News

3/22/19
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.
3/22/19
A story on WIVB-TV and WIVB.com 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.
3/20/19
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.
3/15/19

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.

3/4/19
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.
2/26/19
An article on Hacker Noon about the difficulties of finding accurate information about blockchain and cryptocurrency reports UB offers four courses in Blockchain Specialization.
2/25/19
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.
2/25/19

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.

2/22/19
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.”
2/19/19
Each year, 795,000 Americans suffer a stroke. Upwards of 80% of people survive and return home, with their physical abilities forever altered.