Research at the Watson School
Our research programs span the academic departments and often integrate with campus-wide organized research centers and institutes of advanced studies.
Areas of research include:
Biomedical analysis, characterization, diagnosis of disease
Biomedical devices, bio- micro- and nano-fabrication (Bio-MEMS/NEMS)
Collective dynamics of complex systems
Computational medicine, bioinformatics, system biology, synthetic biology, diagnosis, and prognosis
Electronics packaging (thermal, fluids,
structural,electrical, materials, reliability)
Electronics and photonics
Health care systems engineering
Materials synthesis and characterization
Mechanical reliability measurement and simulation
Multi-core computer algorithms
Power management and energy aware computing
Sensor design, modeling and reliability
Signal processing and communications
Simulation - Vehicle/Structural; human factors and modeling
Solar cells and power engineering; photovoltaic devices
Stem cell, regenerative medicine, organ on chips and 3D bioprinting
Since our founding in 1983, the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science at Binghamton University has developed an outstanding reputation in the areas of small scale systems, electronics packaging, information security and intelligent systems. Our faculty expertise is critical to our success as a designated New York State Center of Excellence in Small Scale Systems Integration and Packaging (S3IP).
Our diverse research activities are centralized within the departments and organized research centers. To learn more, you should surf our department links.