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Research Highlights

Stay up to date on all the research projects underway in ISE.

2/3/17
The volume and auditory properties of medical alarms can produce situations to where medical personnel cannot hear and properly respond to these alarms.
1/25/17
Assistant professor Lora Cavuoto recently completed an applied research project at MOD-PAC, a local manufacturer of folding cartons and personalized print products, to proactively address concerns related to injury risk. 
1/25/17
ISE faculty members Victor Paquet, Ann Bisantz, and Lora Cavuoto are leading the development of new person-centered information technologies, sensing systems, assistive technologies, and home environments to advance health and function at home.
1/25/17

Professor Chi Zhou, in collaboration with computer science and engineering faculty Wenyao Xu and Jinhui Xu, was recently awarded a two-year project from the National Science Foundation. The project aims to develop a transformative computational paradigm of 3D printing in mass customization.

1/25/17
ISE associate professor Jun Zhuang has been awarded a three-year grant of $306K from the National Science Foundation for research on a project ''Robust Approval Process in the Face of Strategic Adversaries and Normal Applicants.'' 
1/25/17
Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S., and accounted for almost 70,000 deaths in 2010, the majority of which were caused by coronary heart disease (CHD) or stroke.
1/25/17
With the coming epoch of connected vehicles and self-driving vehicles, professor Changxu (Sean) Wu at ISE is leading an NSF-funded research team at UB to investigate the human driver behavior in operating connected vehicles and self-driving vehicles.
1/25/17
The National Football League (NFL) is the highest revenue generating sports league in the world and uses numerous complex rules in scheduling regular season games to maintain fairness, attractiveness and its wide appeal to all fans and franchises.