Find everything you need to plan your trip—including information about campus parking, hotel reservations, and event locations. For information about area attractions please see Things to Do.
Discounted rates have been negotiated at hotels nearby the University at Buffalo North Campus. To make reservations please use the information provided below.
Buffalo Marriott Niagara Hotel
1340 Millersport Highway
Amherst, NY 14221
Group Rate: 112.00 USD per night if booked by 9/7/2018
Reservation Link: CSE50 Anniversary Celebration
Staybridge Suites Buffalo-Amherst
1290 Sweet Home Road
Amherst, NY 14228
Group Rate: 107.00/117.00 USD per night
For Reservations: Call 716-276-8750 and mention the UB Department of Computer Science and Engineering
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Buffalo - Amherst
10 Flint Road
Amherst, New York 14226
Group Rate: 107.00 USD per night if booked by 9/8/2018
Reservation Link: University at Buffalo
The 50th Anniversary Golf Outing and Cook-out Dinner on Friday, September 29th will be held at Glen Oak in Amherst, NY.
711 Smith Road
East Amherst, NY 14051
The Department of Computer Science is located on the 3rd floor of Davis Hall on the University at Buffalo North Campus.
Directions to other areas of the University at Buffalo can be found below.
The Emerging Topics in Computing (ETC) symposium will cover topics in computer science and engineering, information technology and cutting-edge computing applications in academia and industries. In 2013, IEEE Computer Society launched a new transaction on emerging topics in computing which covers topics such as enterprise computing systems, computational networks, hardware and embedded system security, high performance computing, next generation wireless computing systems, Internet of Things (IoT), and new hardware for computing. This symposium will examine some of the recent developments in this area and start a new dialog between academia and industries.
Dates: 9/28/2017 - 10/1/2017
Location: University at Buffalo North Campus
General Chair, ETC; Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education, SEAS; Professor, CSE
Event Date: September 28, 2017