Student News

An article in Business First reports Buffalo Automation has received $900,000 in seed funding to expand pilot tests of its AutoMate system, a high-tech platform that helps steer self-driving ships around specific obstacles and directly to long-term destinations even during the night.

Nine UB students in management, computer science and computer engineering won first place in the Northeast Collegiate Cyberdefense Competition.

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) awarded UB’s student chapter a Certificate of Commendation for its outstanding activities, a distinction earned by just the top 5% of all ASCE student organizations.
James F. van Oss is passionate about his alma mater and in giving back to the University at Buffalo and the community at large.

Participants in the Three Minute Thesis competition proved that it's possible to explain complicated research in a brief — and interesting — way.

Three environmental engineering students presented research at the New York Water Environment Association, Inc. (NYWEA) conference in New York City, last month.