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Keep up to date with the latest Industrial and Systems Engineering news.

3/29/17
WIVB-TV quotes UB researchers Matthew Bolton and Scott Eardley about Bolton’s research to develop a tool that prevents hospital alarm masking.
3/29/17
UB tool aims to make hospitals safer
3/27/17
An article on Gadgets Now reports on UB research suggesting that data from Twitter and other social media platforms can help improve event planning, route scheduling, crowd regulations and subway operations.
3/20/17
Surgical Products Magazine reported on a new tool being developed by UB associate professor Victor Paquet that will help identify poor posture in surgeons in the operating room.
3/20/17

“Know that if you do good work, you will be helping someone somewhere in the world,” were some of the words of wisdom Ashish Shah (PhD ’93, MS ’89, Electrical Engineering) shared with students and fellow alumni during the annual Engineering Celebrations event.

3/17/17
An article on Medical Xpress about “alarm fatigue,” the idea that nurses or doctors can become desensitized to the nonstop cacophony of beeps that patient-monitoring devices make, reports a UB-led research team is developing a computer-based tool to identify these auditory blind spots, and quotes Matthew Bolton, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering.
3/17/17
An article on Futurity reports on a study that UB researchers used to develop a tool to help surgeons improve their posture in the operating room to reduce back and neck pain, and quotes Victor Paquet, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering.
3/17/17
An article on Science News for Students reports on Vader Systems, a company founded by father-and-son entrepreneurs Scott and Zack Vader, who have designed  and are manufacturing a liquid metal printer, with an assist from Chi Zhou, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering.
3/16/17

A new tool, based in part upon MP3 audio coding, could alleviate the problem.