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)
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.
Public Engagement Award Winners
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Capstone Experience and Smart and Connected Communities are two of the 2020 President’s Awards for Exemplary Public Engagement winners. Congratulations to Professors Jonathan Muckell, Daphney Zois, Charalampos Chelmis, and Wonhyung Lee.
More than 2,500 UAlbany Face Shields Donated to Frontline Medical Workers
In one month, two colleges at the University at Albany have donated 2,556 face shields to New York’s frontline health workers and emergency first responders.
CEAS Mass-Producing 3-D-Printed Face Shields For Capital Region Medical Community
Add 3-D printers to the list of weapons being used in the fight against the spread of COVID-19. ECE Professor Jonathan Muckell leads a team of volunteers from across the college who are producing face shields to meet the need.
UAlbany Uses 3D Printers to Help Meet the COVID-19 PPE Shortage
As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in New York, students, faculty and staff at UAlbany are helping meet shortages in PPE for hospital personnel and other first responders across the state.
Computer Science Student Accepted into GE’s Digital Technology Leadership Program
Computer Science Data Analytics student Reese Johnson has been accepted into General Electric’s (GE) Digital Technology Leadership Program (DTLP) upon graduation; a program that can give his early career a boost and set him on a clear path for professional success.
Computer Science Professor Testifies Before Members of Congress
Computer Science Professor Siwei Lyu testified before members of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology at the "Online Imposters and Disinformation" hearing.