A team of computer science and engineering graduate students are participating in the first-ever eBay Machine Learning Challenge, to help the industry giant find ways to make sense of its massive amounts of unstructured data.
A story on Chess.com about Latvian-Czech chess player Igors Rausis, who was stripped of his GM title after a rulilng from the FIDE Ethics Commission, mentions Ken Regan, an associate professor of computer science and engineering.
With finals approaching, student workloads are at an all-time high – and so are stress levels. Undergraduate students Anant Patni and Angad Minhas used their technical backgrounds to create several apps featuring soothing sounds to help others relax.
Fei Xu and Bhargava Urala Kota, both PhD students in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and part of UB’s Center for Unified Biometrics and Sensors (CUBS), received Best Paper Awards at the 15 International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR).
Seventeen faculty and staff from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are among those who were honored for notable achievement, service and teaching at UB's 16th annual Celebration of Faculty and Staff Academic Excellence.
On Thursday, October 3, 2019, over 100 members of the UB community gathered in Slee Hall to honor exceptional alumni, students and corporate partners at the Sixth Annual School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Awards Night.
On the tenth floor of Furnas Hall sit three 10-foot-high blue and white rockets. Though often the backdrop to students hanging out, studying, and talking about space, these aren’t just any rockets – they’ve each been built entirely by hand, travelled to New Mexico and back for the annual Spaceport America Cup, and – most impressively – travelled thousands of feet into the atmosphere.
The Financial Times quotes David Doermann, director of UB’s Artificial Intelligence Institute and an Empire Innovation Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, in an article titled, "Can you believe your eyes? How deepfakes are coming for politics."