SEAS News

10/13/19
Materials design and innovation masters student Eric Oliverio won first place in a scholarship competition run by the MidAtlantic Rubber and Plastics Group (MARPG).
9/30/19

Miles will provide outreach to teachers, gov’t officials, industry and others interested in Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.

9/25/19
Students from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences had the opportunity to get out of the classroom this summer, traveling to the coast of Wales for the inaugural year of the Swansea Study Abroad program.
9/25/19

The white Lincoln MKZ joins the Olli self-driving electric shuttle in UB’s growing portfolio of autonomous vehicles and transportation research centers.

9/23/19

The customized Lincoln MKZ will help boost the university’s research enterprise in connected and autonomous vehicles.

9/19/19
Payam Ghassemi, a PhD student in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, earned third place at the 2019 AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization student paper competition.
9/18/19

The novel biometric tool, EarEcho, uses sound waves to identify the ear canal’s unique geometry.

9/17/19

The quantum technology advancement could help lead to improvements in computing, data processing.

9/16/19

The jewel is helping engineers develop tough yet lightweight protective material.

9/12/19
During the month of June, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering hosted the first-ever UB Reinforcement Learning Challenge. The event invited undergraduate and graduate students to apply their skills and knowledge in the field of reinforcement learning, a prominent area of machine learning.