Professor’s blog helps crossword fans fill in the blanks

By Rachel Coker On Apr 8, 2012

...and Twitter account, where Sharp riffs on matters only tangentially related to crosswords and his other passion, pulp fiction. “I prefer the Facebook page as a place to hang out...… Read more


Microelectronics facility names new director

By Rachel Coker On Oct 29, 2009

...range of subjects and served on a National Research Council panel for 15 years. S3IP Director Bahgat Sammakia said, “Borgesen brings a wealth of experience to the CAMM with his...… Read more


Exploring medical uses of flexible electronics

By Sarah Fecht On Mar 31, 2010

...and webinars to discuss their research and exchange ideas. James Turner, research scientist at S3IP and co-writer of the IGERT application, explained that such multidisciplinary collaborations “open up a wealth...… Read more


New center to focus on solar energy

By Rachel Coker On Oct 23, 2008

...Building on the expertise of S3IP, which incorporates the Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing and the Integrated Electronics Engineering Center, CASP will develop thin film solar modules. Mimicking nature’s own...… Read more


University celebrates two lab openings

By Research Advancement On May 4, 2012

...had decades ago in Endicott.” An integral part of the S3IP, the labs will bring together government, academia and industry partners to collaborate in areas such as electronics, healthcare and...… Read more


Funding boosts flexible electronics research

By Research Advancement On Sep 1, 2015

...Sammakia, vice president for research and director of S3IP. “This campus has a strong history of bringing academia and industry together to produce innovations that benefit society. We can’t wait...… Read more


An image of success: BU computer scientist takes aim at improved indexing and understanding digital information

By Susan Barker On Jun 1, 2003

...manipulate and understand complex video or images is pressing. Verbal cues–whether keywords or multiple page abstracts–are just not cut out for the job and neither coercion nor clichés can change...… Read more