ADVANCING FORWARD, TOGETHER.
Our SEM Laboratory proudly houses cutting-edge equipment as seen with our SMT assembly line of intercommunicating and auto-correcting machines. Our research integrates the fundamentals of AI to refine the processing of electronics packaging and advance in the direction of Industry 4.0.
Congratulations to the selected Projects for the year 2019-2020!
Power-electronic Modular Power Conversion System for Batteries integration to AC system
Computing Thermal Conductivity in Materials form First Principles
The Mechanical and Electromigration Behavior of Pb Free Solder Joints containing Bi: High Melt-Low Melt Solder Interconnect Structures for SMT Applications.
Chuan-Jian Zhong & Mark Poliks
Through-Hole Filling for Fabricating Microelectrode Array Chip and 3D Printing for Constructing Plug-and-Play Sensor Platform
Paul Chiarot & Peter Huang
Electronics Cooling Using Electrospray
Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Adhesion Enhancement of Copper/Glass and Polyimide/Glass Interfaces
Seokheun (Sean) Choi
High-Density and High-Performance Paper-based Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs)
Understanding and Preventing Microjoint Defects Through Design and Process Control
Scott Schiffres & Changhong Ke
Laser 3D Printing Cooling Devices onto Semiconductors
A Polymer Composite Interlayer for Reliable Thermal Cycling of Printed Electronics
Thank you to all applicants for their submissions. Although we were unable to match with all, we look foward to the possibility of matching in the next cycle of submissions.
We would also like to thank our TAB members for their time and support in mentorship and evaluation throughout the process.
- 2.5/3D Packaging
- mm Wave in Packaging
- Automotive & Harsh Environments
- Flexible & Additive Electronics
- Materials for Packaging & Energy Storage
- Power Electronics
- Sensors, Embedded Electronics & IoT
- Thermal Challenges
- Wearable and Flexible Electronics for Medical Applications
31st Annual Electronics Packaging Symposium- Small Systems Integration
GE Research and IEEC are proud to host the 31st Annual Electronics Packaging Symposium- Small Systems Integration.
This two-day program brings together leaders in academia, industry and government to share up-to-date quality information on various topics of electronics packaging, and provides opportunities to network, share expertise, learn, and build partnerships.
Our program includes a line-up of distinguished speakers, technical presentations, a half-day IEEE Heterogeneous Integration Roadmap Workshop, a student poster session with students from Universities in NY, and exhibits from leading companies.
Visit our symposium page for details, or REGISTER NOW!
Check out the summer MEPTEC Report.
The deadline to submit 2019-2020 Pooled Project Proposals has been extended to Monday, May 6, 2019. This is the final date we will receive submissions. No exceptions.
Submit proposals to:
For last minute questions, contact:
Associate Director Benson Chan
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Pooled Research Projects for the year 2019-2020
Faculty members are encouraged to submit proposals for an opportunity to be "seed" funded by the IEEC, up to 50k, on collaborative projects with industry TAB members.
Please take a look at our guidelines for more information on the proposal, and visit our member portal for more information on our TAB members and their project needs.
Submission deadline: April 30, 2019
Please submit to: IEEC@binghamton.edu
Awarding of the 2019-2020 Pooled Research Projects: May 15, 2019
Please contact the above address with questions or requests for access to the above information.
IEEC to receive Outstanding Research Award, presented by Koh Young Technology, Inc.
Working together for nearly 3 years in SEML, Koh Young Technology Inc. has been a part of providing invaluable technical support with the smart factory, and together, our research has advanced in fine-tuning SMT to feature accuracy, reliability and process optimization.
Thank you Koh Young Technology Inc., for this recognition and your valued partnership.
LATEST IEEC NEWS:
A visit from Tioga Hills Elementary School
Yet again, another fun-filled day with our young friends from Tioga Hills Elementary School. On Monday, April 29, Research Scientists Dr. Jung, Dr. Sharma, and Dr. Proper, from the Analytical and Diagnostic Laboratory (ADL), met with fourth-graders to give a tour of the lab. The students were able to learn about scientist works and the kinds of equipment used, along with experimenting with liquid nitrogen in a safe yet fun environment.
A visit from Vestal Hills Elementary School
On Friday, March 29, the Analytical and Diagnostic Laboratory (ADL), a fellow member of our family of research centers, provided a lab tour for our special visitors from Vestal Hills Elementary School.
The tour provided an opportunity for fourth grade students to see firsthand the works of a scientist and the equipment they use.
Scientist Jenny Proper, showed what it would be like to see specimens and pollen samples in high resolution under an electron microscope, while Senior Scientist Anju Sharma, engaged the students in interactive experiments with liquid nitrogen, by freezing flowers and cheese puffs, to highlight its properties and portray the effects, in a fun manner.
The lab tour allowed for students to walk away with an educational experience beyond the classroom, taking away with them the values and possibilities offered in the field of science.
2019 Binghamton University Industry Day
We would like to place a special thanks to ASE for graciously hosting our successful "Binghamton University Industry Day."
This event took place in San Jose, California, where our IEEC Director, SB Park and Associate director, Benson Chan, together with the S3IP team, provided companies on the west coast an opportunity to learn about the uniqueness of our centers and labs.
Topics of interest were:
• Thermal management, failure analysis, reliability improvement, material properties and mechanics for electronics manufacturing, including heterogeneous integration
• Advances in Industry 4.0 automation for electronics manufacturing lines
• Progress in commercialization of flexible hybrid electronics
• Techniques for data center energy efficiency improvement
• Warpage Engineering and stress reduction for improved assembly and reliability
More information on this event to come.
Technical Advisory Board Meeting
Thank you to our Technical Advisory Board, faculty and staff members for attending our Technical Advisory Board Meeting held on March 12, 2019.
At this meeting, industry members shared their project needs, while faculty members shared their research topics. This opened the floor for potential collaboration on Pooled Research Projects for the year 2019-2020.
Faculty members are encouraged to submit proposals for an opportunity to be "seed" funded by the IEEC.
Deadline for submission of research proposals: April 30, 2019
Awarding of the 2019-2020 Pooled Research Projects: May 15, 2019
Please take a look at our guidelines.
Proposals may be submitted to IEEC@binghamton.edu.
You may also contact the above address with questions or requests for more information regarding our TAB member presentations.