As a summer research project, Adrian Denner, an undergraduate in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, set out to scavenge useful energy from the vibrations of a thermoacoustic resonator.
This fall, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences welcomed its largest incoming class of graduate students to date. The unprecedented class of 902 graduate students represented a 31% increase over fall of 2017.
In 2005, a group of ten students traveled over 5,000 miles from their home country of Turkey to study at UB. The cohort came with a unique goal: to participate in the Dual Diploma Program, a partnership between the University at Buffalo’s Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering and Istanbul Technical University (ITU).
An article in the Buffalo News reports Algorhythm Technologies, formerly called Bitcrusher and a winner of UB’s Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition, is one of 18 finalists vying for a total of $350,000 in FuzeHub’s New York State Commercialization Competition next month in Albany.
“It was the most beautiful place I have ever been to. From the top of the hills, we could see miles and miles of mountains, trees and coffee bushes,” said Aaron Chaney, secretary of Engineers Without Borders and a student in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering.
Computer science PhD alumnus Zhisheng Yan earned the 2018 Outstanding PhD Thesis in Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications Award from the Association for Computer Machinery Special Interest Group on Multimedia Systems (ACM SIGMM).