TransInfo News

4/4/19

Director France Córdova briefed a UB audience on the new Convergence Accelerator in a Critical Conversations keynote address.

3/22/19
A front-page column in the Buffalo News featured alumnus Stephen Still (BS civil '76) who described how his transformational experiences as a UB undergraduate set him on a path toward a graduate degree at Princeton University and a successful management career in fleet and network planning for major airlines.
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.
12/10/15

Qing He, Stephen Still Assistant Professor in Transportation Engineering and Logistics, was interviewed by The Weather Channel’s “Weekend Recharge” for a story about weather-related tweets. He was also featured on WKBW-TV's monthly Buffalo Niagara 360 Spotlight Professional Series as a rising star in transportation engineering.

12/15/15

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

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.
8/23/18
An article on Robotics and Automation 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.
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.
8/10/18
A story on WKBW-TV reports on Olli, a self-driving bus being tested at UB, and interviews Chunming Qiao, professor and chair of computer science and engineering.
4/16/18
An article about a “smart corridor” that is in the works for a 2.5 mile stretch of Main Street near downtown reports the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus and UB researchers are about to test a 12-passenger driverless shuttle on private roads on the North Campus, with research on it incorporated into the planning and design of the Smart Corridor and Main Street project.