A National Science Foundation-funded project led by faculty members in the University at Buffalo’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will provide critical training on Cyber-Infrastructure technologies for the next generation of research in the advanced manufacturing workforce.
The United States and India have long been leaders in the education and development of engineers. Now, a new joint PhD program in computer science and engineering between the University at Buffalo and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Jodhpur will strengthen this international partnership.
The Wall Street Journal quoted Kenneth Regan, professor of computer science and engineering, in an article on the chaos that ensued when world champion chess player Magnus Carlsen withdrew from a major tournament after a stunning loss to opponent Hans Moke Niemann, igniting suspicions of foul play by Niemann.
Dot.LA reported on the widespread use of deepfake content online and quoted Siwei Lyu, SUNY Empire Innovation Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, director of University at Buffalo’s Media Forensic Lab and the founding co-director of the university’s Center for Information Integrity.
Can an oyster listen? What kind of sound environment is needed for oysters to thrive? Those are the kinds of questions UB faculty member Stephanie Rothenberg is exploring in a new art exhibit with help from a few computer science and engineering students.