Roundtables Planned to Discuss Research Expansion at UAlbany
The University at Albany is hosting a series of three roundtables to discuss its efforts to transform the Division for Research and Economic Development. The forums will focus on plans to develop and expand the University’s research enterprise.
Albany AI Design Phase Includes Tour of University of Florida’s HiPerGator
As the design phase of the $200 million, Albany Artificial Intelligence Supercomputing Initiative (Albany AI) gets underway, Vice President for Research and Economic Development Thenkurussi (Kesh) Kesavadas recently led a delegation from UAlbany to see first-hand how the University of Florida’s (UF) AI efforts are bringing transformational learning opportunities to its students.
Doctoral Student Studies Role of AI in Government
Tzuhao Chen, a PhD student at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy is studying how AI can be applied to a host of issues in the public sector, with the goal of transforming public services for the betterment of society.
Exploring the Potential of AI in Government Decision-Making
Researchers at UAlbany’s Center for Technology in Government have co-authored a study aimed at answering how AI techniques can be used to boost government decision-making by gearing public spending toward increasing GDP, decreasing inflation and reducing income inequality.
UAlbany Launches Massive Artificial Intelligence Cluster Hire of 27 Faculty
The University at Albany will add an unprecedented 27 new faculty members specializing in artificial intelligence in the coming months, marking the next critical phase in the University’s ambitious plan to incorporate elements of AI teaching and research across all academic programs. The 27 new hires — the largest cluster hire in the University’s history — are among 49 new faculty members expected to join UAlbany next year and will help lay the foundation for the University’s new AI academy.
UAlbany Artificial Intelligence Symposium
November 21, 2022 | 8:30am - 12:30pm | SUNY Poly College of Nanoscale Sciences and Engineering
Project Aims to Overcome Signal Interference in Radio Astronomy
A new project led by researchers Dola Saha and Aveek Dutta at the University at Albany aims to address the challenges created by the growing congestion of radio interference from airborne transmitters in order to improve astronomical observations of radio telescopes.
Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering Garner ABET Accreditation
After a more than yearlong review, the University at Albany’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) has secured ABET accreditation for its bachelor of science degrees in computer science and electrical & computer engineering.