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  • Workplace fatigue problems can be curbed, experts say

    Wednesday, June 20,2018

    An article on Business Insurance about measures employers can take to combat fatigue in the workplace interviews Lora Cavuoto, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

  • Your reaction to pics of Leonardo DiCaprio, animals could unlock your smartphone

    Thursday, June 7,2018

    A biometric system proposed by professors from the UB Department of Computer Science and Engineering measures brainwaves and creates a brain password that’s ‘cancelable,’ meaning it can be reset if hacked.

  • Learn the basics of blockchain: Q&A with Dr. Bina Ramamurthy

    Tuesday, June 5,2018

    Dr. Bina Ramamurthy, UB computer science and engineering research associate professor, shares what you can learn from the four-course Blockchain series on the Coursera learning platform.

  • Weighing in on the world’s smallest house

    Thursday, May 31,2018

    NBC News interviewed UB Distinguished Professor Mark Swihart about a “tiny house” – smaller than the width of a human hair – built by a team of French scientists. Swihart, an expert in nanotechnology, called the effort “quite impressive.”

  • UB launches online blockchain course series

    Tuesday, May 29,2018

    Blockchain technology is expected to revolutionize the world and is advancing at an unprecedented pace. That’s why, as University at Buffalo computer science and engineering research associate professor Bina Ramamurthy says, there is urgency in supporting those who will propel it forward.

  • Ushering manufacturers through the digital transformation

    Tuesday, May 22,2018

    After 30+ years of business experience, Silvio Pietro Monticelli of Milan, Italy, is leveraging Europe’s appetite for adopting cutting-edge technologies. Our online courses helped inspire a new consulting career.

  • UB TCIE assistance adds extra safety layer to Bak USA’s ‘cobot’ operations

    Monday, May 21,2018

    Despite a bevy of precautions already engineered into their collaborative robots (cobots), Bak USA leaders refuse to gamble in protecting their workforce. They reached out to TCIE to assess the safety of its cobots and instill a more robust recognition of safe practices among employees.

  • Workshop offers hands-on experience in 3D printing, additive manufacturing

    Wednesday, May 16,2018

    This spring, 40 students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences met weekly in UB’s Digital Manufacturing Lab to learn how to use 3D printing technology to design and prototype projects.

  • UB launching 13 technology courses online

    Friday, May 11,2018

    The UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) is ramping up its presence on the world’s largest educational platform by releasing online courses about today’s hottest technology topics, including blockchain technology, energy, collaborative robot safety and computer vision.

  • Wind energy’s swift growth, explained

    Wednesday, April 25,2018

    In The Conversation, a news and commentary website, UB engineering professor John Hall says wind energy is growing domestically and abroad, and will continue to grow.

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