Institute News

3/31/20

Civil engineering alumnus Stephen Still has donated $10,000 to UB’s student emergency funds, to help students with limited access to food, housing, technology and other critical resources.

4/1/20

A study published in Science Advances on April 1 reveals a new hypothesis that may explain why European cave bears went extinct during past climate change periods.

10/29/12
University at Buffalo faculty members are available to discuss challenges relating to the arrival of Hurricane Sandy on the East Coast, including threats to buildings, infrastructure and water supplies.
8/17/18
An article on All3DP, a 3D printing news website, reports Olli, the 3D-printed bus developed by Local Motors, is undergoing testing at UB that will inform policy on transportation issues, reliability and safety.
9/5/18
An article on Next Gen Transportation News reports Olli, the 3D-printed bus developed by Local Motors, is undergoing testing at UB that will inform policy on transportation issues, reliability and safety, and quotes Venu Govindaraju, vice president for research and economic development.
11/19/19

Panagiotis Ch. Anastasopoulos, associate professor in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering and director of the Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics has been named a 2019 Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate Analytics.

1/5/18

University at Buffalo faculty members associated with two of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ institutes will host a reception, and present at the 2018 Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, in Washington, D.C.

12/15/15

Chunming Qiao received the 2015 Distinguished Technical Achievement Award from IEEE’s Communications Society Communications Switching and Routing Technical Committee.

9/25/19

The white Lincoln MKZ joins the Olli self-driving electric shuttle in UB’s growing portfolio of autonomous vehicles and transportation research centers.

2/25/19

University at Buffalo faculty, staff and students from civil, industrial and computer science and engineering had a strong presence at the Transportation Research Board’s 98th Annual Meeting.