On May 8, 2010 UB Engineering celebrated its xx’th Commencement ceremony.
550 of the graduates participated and with great ceremony were duely conferred their hard-earned and well-deserved B.A., B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. To assist their tranisition from their recently completed academic concentration to the next stage in their life's trajectory they were privileged to hear the following address by Harvey G. Stenger, Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at UB, and remarks by Russ Agrusa, UB Engineering Alumnus and the 2010 recipient of the UB Engineering Dean’s Award for Achievement.
Department researchers prepare nanoparticles by laser-driven thermal decomposition of vapor-phase precursors. Here a transmission electron micrograph image shows two particles about 5 nm in diameter in which the crystal planes of silicon atoms are visible.
Center of Excellence for Document Analysis and Recognition (CEDAR)
Research at CEDAR focuses on the theory and applications of pattern recognition, machine learning, and information retrieval. CEDAR is a leader document analysis and recognition, object recognition in images in three-dimensional scenes, forensic document examination, textual information retrieval, biometrics, and bioinformatics.
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UB IE's 'Research Institute for Safety and Security in Transportation' conducts innovative research that combines human factors and technical expertise to better understand and improve quality performance in this critical endeavor. The center works closely with the FAA and Sandia National Laboratories.