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Matthew L. Bolton is working on a collaborative NSF award with researchers at Carnegie Mellon University to use formal, mathematical techniques to quantify the reliability of cyber-human systems and automatically design problematic human errors out of the system. 


A team led by Moises Sudit received a $1,000,000 grant from the Office of Naval Research to help decision-makers make decisions in real-time, based on complex scenarios that can quickly grow exponentiallly.

A story in Risk & Insurance about fatigue identification software quotes Lora Cavuoto, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering.

Communication between emergency medicine providers plays a critical role in delivering safe and effective care to patients. Ann Bisantz, a professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, was recently part of a team of investigators seeking to better understand this relationship.

Nine of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences best and brightest teachers and researchers were among the 21 to receive the University at Buffalo’s 2020 Exceptional Scholar and Teaching Innovation Awards.
The Military Operations Research Society recently gave the 2020 MOR Journal Award to Rajan Batta and his former student, Michael Moskal II for their paper on real-time routing of UAVs to collect threat information.

Esther Jose is a University at Buffalo student success story. She graduated in May with a bachelor’s of science in industrial engineering and an impressive list of awards and presentations, and will be continuing her studies at MIT this fall.


UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences held a virtual town hall Friday to discuss racial injustice, and how it affects the school, the greater Buffalo area and beyond.