Perseverance on Target for Mars Landing
After having traveled nearly 292.5 million miles, NASA’s Perseverance spacecraft is just about set to touch down on Mars. UAlbany faculty researchers share in the excitement that is the culmination of a seven-month trip from Earth and nearly eight years of planning.
Space-Borne Remote Sensing and a New Age of Discovery
A lecture explores remote sensing and a new age of discovery
5 Questions with Faculty: Jeffrey Braunstein
Jeffrey Braunstein is the newest faculty member to join UAlbany's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Robots and the Future of Construction
Can an army of robots be deployed to form the bridges and tunnels of the future? Read how Weifu Wang's new project could help the U.S. in a number of ways. (Pictured: Weifu Wang, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
A Closer Look at Deep Tissue Imaging
Researchers from UAlbany and UC Irvine are collaborating on a project that will allow for better noninvasive deep tissue imaging. (Pictured: Petko Bogdanov, associate professor of Computer Science)
Distinguished Dissertation Research in Engineering Education
CEAS academic advisor Michelle Mora receives a UAlbany Distinguished Dissertation Award for her research in engineering education.
PFAS Remediation with Professor Liang
Yanna Liang discusses PFAS remediation with Jared Wesley Singer of the Water Justice Lab the day after the NYS Dept. of Health established maximum contamination levels for PFOA and PFOS in drinking water. (Photo Credit: Erda Estremera on Unsplash)
A COMPASS to Provide Service and Support
Three UAlbany researchers easing the path between those in need and those willing to help get a boost from NSF along the way. Pictured: Drs. Charalampos Chelmis, Daphney-Stavroula Zois, and Wonhyung Lee.