News

9/20/19
The Week reported on UB research led by Zhanpeng Jin, associate professor of computer science and engineering, which developed the EarEcho, a biometric tool that uses sound waves transmitted through modified wireless earbuds to identify smartphone users via the unique geometry of their ear canal.
9/20/19
Futurity reported on UB research led by Zhanpeng Jin, associate professor of computer science and engineering, which developed the EarEcho, a biometric tool that uses sound waves transmitted through modified wireless earbuds to identify smartphone users via the unique geometry of their ear canal.
9/18/19

The novel biometric tool, EarEcho, uses sound waves to identify the ear canal’s unique geometry.

9/12/19
During the month of June, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering hosted the first-ever UB Reinforcement Learning Challenge. The event invited undergraduate and graduate students to apply their skills and knowledge in the field of reinforcement learning, a prominent area of machine learning.
9/12/19

“Risk Analysis in the Digital Era," was the theme of this year’s conference, which involved presentations from several industrial engineering faculty and students.

9/10/19

Great Lakes Security Day 2019 brought together nearly 100 researchers to discuss the field’s latest advancements.

9/4/19

As Chair-Elect, Winikus will help lead the Local Advisory Board, which is the committee that oversees strategic planning for each of the five Women Engineers (WE) Local North American conferences.

8/29/19
Scienmag.com reports that highlights of the Association for Computing Machinery International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2019) include research by UB computer science and engineering investigators.
8/15/19

The UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has been recognized as an Exemplar Bronze Award recipient by the ASEE Diversity Recognition Program. The program publicly recognizes engineering colleges that make significant progress in increasing diversity and inclusion.

8/8/19
As the intersections between the healthcare system and technology continue to grow, one of the greatest challenges is data sharing of confidential information across a number of organizations.