In the Media

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

3/1/18
An article in Business First reports an autonomous electric bus called Olli is coming to the UB North Campus in the spring, where it will be overseen by Adel Sadek, director of UB’s Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics, and Chunming Qiao, chair of computer science and engineering, both in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
2/27/18
An article on the website of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International reports UB recently purchased a driverless Olli bus that will be operated by researchers on private or sanctioned-off roads on campus, and quotes Adel Sadek, professor of civil, structural and environmental engineering, and Chunming Qiao, SUNY Distinguished Professor and chair of computer science and engineering.
1/16/18
An article in Business First and Buffalo Law Journal about Blockchain technology and its potential impact on such industries as finance, health care, logistics, accounting and real estate reports UB offers a course on it that is taught by Bina Ramamurthy, research associate professor of computer science and engineering.
1/2/18
An article on Innovation Toronto reports a UB-led team of researchers has discovered how to identify smartphones by examining just one photo taken by the device, and quotes Kui Ren, SUNY Empire Innovation Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
12/21/17
Buffalo Business First reports a new course concerning blockchain technology that UB computer science professor Bina Ramamurthy is teaching during the winter session.
12/19/17
An article on Gizmodo India lauded research in UB’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering for developing a method to use smartphones to battle cybercrime.
12/18/17
New Atlas reports that Kui Ren, SUNY Empire Innovation Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, and a team of researchers, have discovered how to identify smartphones by analyzing just a single photo taken by the device.
12/15/17
An article on Yahoo News Canada reports UB researchers have discovered a way to identify smartphones by analyzing just a single photo taken by the device, and quotes Kui Ren, SUNY Empire Innovation Professor of Computer Science and Engineering.