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VP for research named IEEE Fellow

VP for research named IEEE Fellow

Published Jan 7, 2014

Mechanical engineer Bahgat Sammakia has been named an IEEE Fellow. Read more

Her goal: more reliable power grid

Her goal: more reliable power grid

Published Oct 4, 2013

Eva Wu develops ways to monitor and control a power grid that is too complex for current automated equipment to control and sometimes operates too fast for much human intervention. Read more

Center elevates electronics

Center elevates electronics

Published Jul 31, 2013

Small-scale systems research at Binghamton leads to new and improved products as well as new jobs. Read more

Engineer seizes potential of lab-on-a-chip

Engineer seizes potential of lab-on-a-chip

Published Oct 9, 2012

With a single inexpensive, disposable lab-on-a-chip, Binghamton researcher David Klotzkin says it may be possible to conduct — in the field — tests that, not so long ago, had to be conducted individually in a laboratory. Read more

Industrial engineer puts simulations to work

Industrial engineer puts simulations to work

Published Jan 13, 2012

Sarah Lam and her students partner with high-tech companies to save time and money with the aid of computer simulation. Read more

Simulation pioneer turns to medical applications

Simulation pioneer turns to medical applications

Published Dec 27, 2011

Frank Cardullo continues to find novel applications for simulation, moving from airplanes and spacecraft into the operating room. Read more

Universities, industry partner for ‘green’ electronics

Universities, industry partner for ‘green’ electronics

Published Nov 8, 2011

Headed up by researchers at Binghamton University and its partners, the new Industry/University Cooperative Research Center in Energy-Efficient Electronic Systems will link the fields of information technology, telecommunications, electronic systems and cooling equipment.
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