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

6/16/17

Graduate engineering students' pro bono analytics makes a difference for Meals on Wheels and The Teacher's Desk.

5/19/17
Shaher Yar Jahangir, Jerry Qu, Daniel Seaberg, and Justin Vitale, all undergraduate seniors in the ISE department, won first prize in the Silent Hoist and Crane Company Undergraduate Materials Handling competition for their paper titled "Patient Handling in Healthcare Providers: Overhead and Portable Lifts". The Silent Hoist and Crane Materials Handling Prize is awarded annually for the best one or two papers on the topic of materials handling. 
5/18/17
Professor Batta was interviewed about his recent articles titled "Controlling a Fleet of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to Collect Uncertain Information in a Threat Environment" and his work in urban OR and search problems.
5/5/17

UB engineering student Abhinav Khare is presenting his idea at the prestigious SOLVE event at MIT.

4/27/17
A team of UB graduate students took home one of the top prizes in the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute’s sixth annual Research and Development competition held April 21 at UB.
4/26/17

UB students took the top prize in the graduate division of the NYS Pollution Prevention Institute’s Research and Development competition.

4/3/17
We would like to thank everybody for participating in the 2017 ISE Poster Competition. All of the presented student posters were excellent, and the scores were quite close. In the end, the following two posters received the highest scores and have been selected to represent the department at the SEAS Annual Graduate Research and Information Event:
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.