Congratulations to Assistant Professor Steve Ko, winner of the 2016 UB Teaching Innovation Award.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Dimitrios Koutsonikolas for winning another NSF grant. The award is an NSF CRI  award for Dr. Koutsonikolas's proposal titled "II-New: X60: A Cross-Layer Reconfigurable Multi-Gigabit WLAN Testbed at 60 GHz". Koutsonikolas is PI; EE faculty Josep Jornet, Dimitris Pados, and Zhi Sun are Co-PIS. The total amount of the award is $630K for 1.5 years, with 50% credit going to each of CSE and EE.
CSE has two papers accepted at MobiCom 2016, the industry-leading international conference on mobile computing and networking.
Chen, Errington, Meng recognized for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities; Schifferle recognized for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching

Five UB grad students' design for a custom-fit shoe earned the top spot in the international competition in Singapore.

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Marco Gaboardi for winning his first NSF grant. The award is for Dr. Gaboardi's project titled, "TWC: Large: Collaborative: Computing Over Distributed Sensitive Data", a joint collaboration with Harvard University. The award is expected to total $527,867 over four years.
CSE will present four papers at the 33rd International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2016)  in NYC in June. The ICML program committee accepted only 322 of 1,327 submissions.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Lu Su for winning his first NSF grant. The award is an NSF CRII award for Dr. Su's project titled, "CRII: NeTS: Building Quality-of-Information Aware Distributed Sensing Systems". The award is expected to total $175,000.
ACM SIGMOD/PODS awarded its 2016 Best Paper Award to "FAQ: Questions Asked Frequently', written by Professor Hung Ngo, Associate Professor Atri Rudra, and Mahmoud Abo Khamis (PhD '16).