College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Jahnavi Bonagiri: Bridging the Digital Divide
Computer Science student Jahnavi Bonagiri is interning with the Community Impact Team at the United Way, where she is exploring ways to combat the digital divide among communities in need.
Experts Advisory: Cyberattack Shuts Down Another Critical Industry
Computer Science professors Pradeep Atrey and Amir Masoumzadeh among UAlbany cybersecurity experts who can speak to recent cyberattacks devised to cripple critical industries and infrastructures.
Engineering Students Present Senior Capstone Projects
CEAS graduating seniors presented on their year-long capstone design experience, where teams of students propose, design, build, test, demonstrate, present and fully document a working prototype of a sophisticated electronic system.
Ekenna’s Research Tackles Robotics, Mathematics and Malaria
Assistant Professor Chinwe Ekenna is an active researcher who is also focused on fostering opportunities, particularly for young women, in STEM fields — as a mentor and advocate for equity and inclusiveness in the workplace, life and learning environments.
CEAS Faculty Garner CAREER Awards for Advancing Online Education and Cybersecurity
At UAlbany’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS), two faculty members have joined the esteemed ranks of CAREER Award winners, as they lead projects aimed at improving and securing online learning environments: Assistant professors of Computer Science Amirreza Masoumzadeh and Shaghayegh (Sherry) Sahebi. With their respective grants, CEAS now has seen eight faculty members receive CAREER awards, including researchers in Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering.