An article in IEEE Spectrum on Facebook’s 60-GHz Terragraph technpology quotes Swetank Kumar Saha, a research assistant and PhD candidate inthe Department of Computer Science and Engineering, who has studied the performance of 60-GHz consumer gear for indoors.
A story on WIVB-TV and on student entrepreneurs from outside Western New York staying local to pursue startups interviewed two students from two companies, Classavo and ColdSpace, both started by UB students.
Biomedical engineering faculty and students from UB made several significant contributions at this year’s SPIE Medical Imaging Conference. Notably, Alex Podgorsak, a PhD student in biomedical engineering, won a Cum Laude Award for Best Student Poster Presentation.

Over 70 students from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences gathered in Davis Hall to hear Julia Nguyen, a community organizer, writer, speaker, and software engineer, share her personal experience with mental health issues and how to promote understanding and wellness in STEM fields.

Gang Wu, an associate professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, was named a 2018 Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate Analytics, in recognition of his contribution of multiple highly cited papers that ranked in the top 1% in Web of Science.
An article on Hacker Noon about the difficulties of finding accurate information about blockchain and cryptocurrency reports UB offers four courses in Blockchain Specialization.
University at Buffalo faculty, staff and students from civil, industrial and computer science and engineering had a strong presence at the Transportation Research Board’s 98th Annual Meeting.

While teaching a course on energy systems at UB, David Blekhman (PhD ’02, mechanical engineering) discovered his love for clean energy technology, in particular fuel cell technology.

Kwang W. Oh, professor of electrical and biomedical engineering, has been awarded a 2019 Qualcomm Faculty Award (QFA) for research that “inspires students and sparks new approaches in key technology areas.”
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