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Electronics packaging symposium planned

Electronics packaging symposium planned

Published Sep 21, 2011

An upcoming Binghamton symposium will focus on thermal management, 3-D packaging and other aspects of electronics packaging. Read more

STOC, S3IP honor technology leaders

STOC, S3IP honor technology leaders

Published Nov 18, 2010

The New York State Center of Excellence at Binghamton University and the Southern Tier Opportunity Coalition recently honored four individuals for promoting economic development and technological advances in the Southern Tier. Read more

Construction begins for research facility

Construction begins for research facility

Published Oct 13, 2010

Binghamton University today launched construction of its New York State Center of Excellence building in a ceremony attended by elected officials, local leaders and University representatives. Read more

Flexible electronics forum sets agenda for field

Flexible electronics forum sets agenda for field

Published Aug 23, 2010

The annual Flexible Electronics Symposium at Binghamton drew more than 175 scientists and engineers for discussions of flexible electronics, device and conductor printing and emerging electronic materials. Read more

Binghamton electronics researcher honored

Binghamton electronics researcher honored

Published Jun 1, 2010

Binghamton's Bahgat Sammakia received the 2010 ITherm Achievement Award in honor of his pioneering research. Read more

Exploring medical uses of flexible electronics

Exploring medical uses of flexible electronics

Published Mar 31, 2010

A federal grant that supports student research on the medical applications of flexible electronics could lead to innovations such as smart bandages and "green" nanotechnology. Read more

Putting data centers on a low-energy diet

Putting data centers on a low-energy diet

Published Feb 19, 2010

Computer scientist Kanad Ghose and mechanical engineer Bahgat Sammakia see an emergency on the horizon in terms of the ever-larger carbon footprint left by data centers. They’re looking for a way to manage both workload and cooling in these installations, which are at the heart of so much of what all of us do online every day. Read more