- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers ten engineering programs leading to the degree of bachelor of science (BS) degree: aerospace, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, industrial, material science, and mechanical engineering.
Seven combined BS/MBA programs are offered in conjunction with the School of Management. BA, BS, and BS/MS degrees in computer science are offered through the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. BS/MS degrees are offered through the Departments of Biomedical and Electrical Engineering. A BS degree in engineering physics is offered jointly with the Department of Physics. A BS degree in bioinformatics and computational biology is an interdisciplinary program offered jointly with the College of Arts and Sciences. Minors are offered in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Manufacturing, Robotics, Human Factors and Ergonomics Engineering, Operations Research, and Quality Engineering. Additionally, a certificate is offered in Data Intensive Computing.
The curricula allow students flexibility in their programs of study and encourages interaction between students and faculty. The undergraduate educational experience prepares students for professional practice and advanced study. Special programs including our experiential learning program, undergraduate research, and internship opportunities provide professional development skills and experiences and facilitate placement of our graduates in high-quality engineering positions.
About Our Facilities
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences occupies six buildings on UB's north campus: Bell, Bonner, Davis, Furnas, Jarvis, and Ketter Hall.
Together, these buildings form an outstanding educational and research facility, comprising 275,000 square feet of laboratory and office space.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) is housed in Davis Hall. Faculty offices, teaching assistant consultation space, and research laboratories are located on all floors of Davis Hall. Additional teaching laboratories are housed in Baldy, Bonner and Bell Halls. Course lectures are scheduled in various buildings across the north campus.
About Our Faculty
The faculty members of the department, all of whom have national and international reputations in their fields, are involved in research projects that have a variety of special contracts. Many have also received research funding from corporations such as Cisco, Google, IBM, Intel, Kodak, Microsoft, Nokia, and Xerox.
These projects include research in:
- algorithms and theory
- augmentative technology for the handicapped
- computer networks and distributed systems
- computer security and information assurance
- computer vision and information visualization
- data integration and databases
- high performance and grid computing
- cyber infrastructure and computational science
- knowledge representation
- computational linguistics
- medical applications and bioinformatics
- human computer interaction
- wireless computing
- multimedia databases and informational retrieval
- pattern recognition
- machine learning
- data mining
- programming languages and software systems
- embedded systems
- computer architecture
Faculty List Directory
Please visit the Computer Engineering department website for additional information about our faculty.