Graduate study at Binghamton with S3IPGraduate students from a variety of disciplines work on projects in S3IP's research centers. Faculty and student researchers in chemistry, physics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science and other departments at Binghamton University conduct research with funding from the Center of Excellence. In 2016 alone, they produced more than 200 papers, presentations, technology disclosures and patents. During the past 10 years, 82 doctorates and 121 master's degrees have been granted to students working on S3IP-supported research.
If you're interested in tackling some of the most pressing issues facing the electronics manufacturing industry, figuring out better ways to manage data centers, exploring new materials for use in solar cells and lithium-ion batteries, then graduate study at Binghamton can put you on a path to a fascinating career. Our graduates go on to work for industry leaders including GE, IBM, Microsoft and Google.
For more information and details about applying to Binghamton, visit the Graduate School.