BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY OPENS $70 MILLION SMART ENERGY BUILDING
Chemists and physicists to conduct research and teach in buildingMore About Smart Energy Building
Build upon existing strengths in four key areas of alternative energy research.
Solar and thermoelectric energy harvesting
Energy efficiency in electronic systems
Sensor development for energy resource management
People and Initiatives
The Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence in Smart Energy spans a broad area of disciplines and is guided by the committee faculty.
Seed grants have been awarded with funding provided by the Binghamton University Road Map through the Provost's Office and the Division of Research.
Our work focuses on how energy can be reliable, efficient, resilient, integrated and sustainable. Academic and industry collaborators rely on our expertise and innovations.