In the Media

Public news media mentioning the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University at Buffalo.

10/19/18
An article on CNET in the U.S., UK and Australia reports on research by Wenyao Xu, associate professor of computer science and engineering, that has discovered the first way to track 3D-printed objects, including guns, using the unique “fingerprints” that 3D printers leave on the objects they produce.
10/19/18
An Associated Press article about a Maryland professor who may have found a lost Herman Melville manuscript that includes hints of what later would become his masterpiece “Moby Dick” reports the handwriting was analyzed by UB’s CEDAR forensics lab and that Sargur Srihari, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and founding director of CEDAR, presented a comprehensive forensic analysis in a paper.
10/18/18
An article in the Baltimore Sun about a Maryland professor who may have found a lost Herman Melville manuscript that includes hints of what later would become his masterpiece “Moby Dick” reports the handwriting was analyzed by UB’s CEDAR forensics lab and that Sargur Srihari, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and founding director of CEDAR, presented a comprehensive forensic analysis in a paper.
10/17/18
An article on New Atlas reports on research by Wenyao Xu, associate professor of computer science and engineering, that has discovered the first way to track 3D-printed objects, including guns, using the unique “fingerprints” that 3D printers leave on the objects they produce.
10/16/18
An article in Popular Mechanics reports on research by Wenyao Xu, associate professor of computer science and engineering, that has discovered the first way to track 3D-printed objects, including guns, using the unique “fingerprints” that 3D printers leave on the objects they produce.
10/16/18
An article in Wired about Rolls-Royce’s marine-focused enterprise to use artificial intelligence to develop completely autonomous ships reports Buffalo Automation, a startup with close ties to UB, has developed a system that can control ships up to 800 feet long.
9/19/18
An article in Business First reports UB is launching the Artificial Intelligence Institute – or UBuffalo.AI – a new institute that will explore how to combine machines’ ability to ingest, connect and recall information with concepts that humans excel at, such as reasoning, judgment and strategizing, to develop dynamic human-machine partnerships.
9/6/18
A story on WIVB-TV reports that UB is training the next generation of cybersecurity professionals after receiving a $2.39 million National Science Foundation grant. It interviews Shambhu Upadhyaya, professor of computer science and engineering.