News

4/5/18
A story on WPIX-TV in New York City reports on a new app developed by Wenyao Xu, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, that can help detect autism in children as young as 12 months old.
4/4/18
A story on WKBW-TV reports on a new app developed by Wenyao Xu, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, that can help detect autism in children as young as 12 months old.
4/2/18

The app, EarlySee, gives parents an easy-to-use tool to help identify the disorder earlier.

3/29/18
An article on New York Upstate reports on UB research on embedding self-powered wireless sensors the size of key fobs under roads in order to provide updates on road condition to transportation planners and drivers with connected vehicles, and quotes Wenayo Xu, assistant professor of computer science and engineering.
3/28/18

Industrial and systems engineering alumnus Michael Moskal has been recognized for his contributions to the Florida high tech industry.

3/27/18
An article on Tech Xplore about a UB project that would use networks of self-powered wireless sensors laid under the road surface to provide regular updates on road conditions to transportation planners, drivers with connected cars and others quotes Wenyao Xu, assistant professor of computer science and engineering.
3/26/18
James F. van Oss is passionate about his alma mater and in giving back to the University at Buffalo and the community at large.
3/26/18
An article in Business First about a “Thought Leaders” discussion on the state of cybersecurity reports panelists included Shambhu Upadhyaya, professor of computer science and engineering, who said he wants to see more training and more policies that can be enforced.
3/26/18

System under development harnesses energy from pavement vibrations created by automobiles.

3/14/18
"Being back at my alma mater is my obvious inspiration. I know that UB is one of best in the world. Every day when I leave my office, I think to myself, 'I hope what I did today made UB a better place,' said John Crassidis, who was recently recognized with the celebrated Samuel P. Capen professorship.