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SPIR Announces New ADL Equipment Usage Grants

The Strategic Partnership for Industrial Resurgence (SPIR) Office at the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science announces grants available to small and medium sized companies interested in utilizing the Analytical and Diagnostics Laboratory (ADL), a centralized, interdisciplinary, fully staffed research facility at Binghamton University. For more about information, visit SPIR New ADL Equipment or contact 607-777-4532 to discuss your company’s needs.

 

Welcome to ADL

The Analytical and Diagnostics Laboratory (ADL) is a centralized, interdisciplinary, fully-staffed, multi-user research facility at Binghamton University that promotes high-tech commercialization of microelectronic technologies by providing instrument and technical support for materials diagnostics, analysis, characterization, and device processing in areas such as electronics systems integration and packaging, materials research, and flexible electronics. The lab also supports life sciences research applications in medical areas, security systems for detection of pathogens, and additional industrial and consumer applications, both directly as well as through related emerging technologies. ADL facilities are used by members of the Binghamton University research community, other academic institutions and profit and nonprofit organizations.

Analytical and Diagnostics Laboratory is a component of The Small Scale Systems Integration and Packaging Center (S3IP), a New York state Center of Excellence.

The ADL facilities are staffed by Ph.D. level research scientists and engineers who provide equipment training, consultative assistance, operator services and research collaboration to our industry and academic partners. The lab includes state-of-the-art instrumentation for electron microscopy. optical microscopy, thermal analysis, non-destructive evaluation, spectroscopy, x-ray analysis, mechanical and electrical testing, surface and interface analysis, thin film fabrication and analysis, mesoscale machining systems and extensive sample preparation tools.

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Last Updated: 11/26/13