News

12/6/18

An innovative stroke recovery system landed the UB team in the finals of the Aging Innovation Challenge.

11/30/18

As a young girl in Pakistan, Ramla Qureshi, a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil Engineering, dreamt of being a fighter pilot, and then a lab scientist.  

11/30/18
Michel Bruneau has been named a SUNY Distinguished Professor, the highest faculty rank in the SUNY system. He was among 14 SUNY faculty members appointed to the distinguished professor ranks by the SUNY Board of Trustees at its meeting on Nov. 15.
11/28/18

One September night, senior aerospace and mechanical engineering student Jessica Evans unsuspectingly picked up the phone. On the other end Evans heard the unexpected yet familiar voice of Jacquie Walker, local Channel 4 news anchor and namesake of a prestigious scholarship from the Buffalo chapter of the American Association of University Women.

11/6/18
As a summer research project, Adrian Denner, an undergraduate in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, set out to scavenge useful energy from the vibrations of a thermoacoustic resonator.
10/27/18
An article in Fast Company by Wenyao Xu and Zhanpeng Jin, both associate professors of computer science and engineering, looks at their work to invent a new type of biometric involving “brain passwords” that is uniquely tied to a single human being and can be reset if needed.
10/26/18

Activities include rides in a self-driving bus, robot demonstrations, robot programing and learning about careers in robotics.

10/25/18
Over the past two years, five faculty members from UB’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have received awards from the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) Region 1 chapter.
10/25/18
An article in The Conversation by Wenyao Xu and Zhanpeng Jin, both associate professors of computer science and engineering, looks at their work to invent a new type of biometric that is uniquely tied to a single human being and can be reset if needed.
10/24/18
An article on Tech Republic about 3D printing, common uses and what organizations adopting the technology need to know reports a group of UB researchers have devised a way to match patterns etched onto the surface of a 3D-printed object to the printer that produced it, a discovery that would make it possible to trace 3D printed guns.