Blockchain technology is expected to revolutionize the world and is advancing at an unprecedented pace.

An article on Robotics Business Review about the contributions that universities are making to swarm robotics reports UB researchers are part of a team that is working to improve the perception and navigation of RoboBees.
Kui Ren and Terri Nusstein from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have been named recipients of the 2018 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence.

This year's distinguished alumnus graduate commencement ceremony speaker, Victor Bahl, is director of mobility and networking research in Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence and Research division, a member of Microsoft’s Redmond Lab Leadership Team, and co-founder of a non-profit organization, Computing For All, which he began with his wife, Ritu.


The UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is ramping up its presence on the world’s largest educational platform by releasing online courses about blockchain technology, energy, collaborative robot safety and computer vision.

A story on WIVB-TV interviews Thiru Vikram a UB student turned CEO of Buffalo Automation, about technology he is working on to develop a self-driving boat.
Abdulrahman Hassaballah, a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, won first place for his research poster in the annual SEAS Graduate Student Poster Competition.

The grants bring UB’s total to five this year, a sign the university is recruiting top-flight early-career faculty.

An article in Business First about blockchain, the web-based database that records single transactions on a multitude of servers, offering an alternative that is theoretically more secure and efficient than the current financial services sector, reports UB held a Blockchain Buildathon recently and that Bina Ramamurthy, research associate professor of computer science and engineering, taught an introduction to blockchain class during winter break.
Ever wonder how much energy buildings on campus use every year, or where that energy comes from? Curious to know which building uses the most energy? Well a group of students from the ELN’s Sophomore Living Learning Community are about to launch an app that will tell you just that.