Student News

Indian media outlet Republic World reported on a new mapping technique co-developed by Neeti Pokhriyal, a PhD candidate in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, that can help combat extreme poverty.

‘Smart’ recycling totes? Parking lots that tell you what spaces are open? Students presented class projects that could benefit the community.

An article on Innovators Magazine, a European-based science and technology publication, looks at research by Neeti Pokhriyal, a UB PhD candidate in computer science, that reports a new mapping technique that harnesses big data is being developed to transform the ability of governments and aid organizations to tackle extreme poverty.

The goal of the event was to help high school students envision what their life could be like if they choose to pursue a STEM discipline at UB. 

The Solar Splash competition is a 5-day annual “electric boat regatta.” The 2017 competition took place in Springfield, Ohio from June 7-11.
An article in Business First reports NanoHydroChem, a company started by Parham Rohani, a UB PhD candidate in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, won $50,000 last week in the FuzeHub Commercialization Competition in Albany.