Wenyao Xu is part of a team of University at Buffalo researchers, led by the School of Nursing, who will help adults living in low-income, racial- and ethnic-minority neighborhoods reduce stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Digital Engineering 247 covered UB research by Wenyao Xu on traceability of 3D printed objects. The study, in collaboration with colleagues at Rutgers University and Northeastern University, details the PrinTracker solution, which essentially can detect a unique “fingerprint” of a printer to aid in traceability.
As part of NASA’s Micro-G Neutral Buoyancy Experiment Design Team (Micro-G NExT) Competition, a group of students in UB’s chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is designing something that may actually be used in space one day.
Aditya Singh Rathore, a PhD student in computer science and engineering, received the best paper award at the Association for Computing Machinery’s International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications and Services (MobiSys'20).
3DPrint.com published an article on research led by UB's Department of Computer Science and Engineering that resulted in the development of the RehabPhone, a smartphone software tool that allows for home-based rehab using 3D-printed tools.
Eight graduate students from the Republic of Latvia were among the many students at the University at Buffalo this spring to experience the transition to online learning in response to the global coronavirus pandemic.