A New York State Center of Excellence at Binghamton University
Partnering with industry for economic impact
Partnering with academia for research impact
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The Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing (CAMM), a a partnership between Binghamton University (BU), i3 Electronics, Cornell University and the Flex Tech Alliance, is the nation's first prototype research and development (R&D) facility in large area flexible electronics.
CASP addresses scientific challenges to reduce the cost of solar power and enhance energy efficiency. The center conducts research related to thin-film solar cells, supercapacitors, thermoelectric cells and reliability studies with an emphasis on Earth-abundant, low-toxicity materials.
The Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems works to develop systematic methodologies
for efficiently operating electronic systems, including data centers, by controlling
resources and managing workloads to achieve optimal energy consumption.
The IEEC is dedicated to the advancement of electronic packaging technology and the electronics industry. We conduct leading edge research in a wide variety of packaging areas for the technological and economic benefit of our member companies.
Better ways to store energy are critical to becoming more energy efficient. One of
the keys to advances in energy storage lies in both finding novel materials and in
understanding how current and new materials function.
The Analytical and Diagnostics Laboratory (ADL) is a centralized, interdisciplinary,
multi-user research and development facility at Binghamton University that promotes
commercialization of microelectronic technologies.
About Our Facility
S3IP’s interdisciplinary teams of scientists and engineers moved into a new $30 million, 114,000-square-foot building in 2014. The two-story glass, metal and stone building has versatile laboratory space and offices that support Binghamton University’s expanding industry partnerships.