The CUNY Center for Advanced Technology has partnered with the CCNY Department of Electrical Engineering for an exciting event to highlight the industry-relevant work of our students and the NEW collaborative R&D opportunities available to industry at CUNY. Professor David Crouse discussed the next CUNY 2020 Challenge Grant Proposal as an incredible opportunity for industry partners to participate in the capital budget for the new Industry/ University Materials Innovation Center (IUMIC) . See first-hand how the CCNY EE Department is preparing the next generation of STEM leaders:
Learn more about existing industry/ university collaborative programs at CUNY, and the benefits of participating in the I/UMIC:
Please view Professor David Crouse's presentation HERE pdf .
View our guest speaker's presentation, a Grove School of Engineering alumus, Philip Coniglio- VP of Operations at the Composite Prototyping Center, Long Island Forum of Technology pdf
If you would like more information on this event, or how your company may participate in future collaborative research with us, please contact Dr. Myron Wecker at 212-650-7578, email.
The CUNY Center for Advanced Technology held its annual Scientist Meeting and was pleased to welcome many new faculty and scientists to its ranks. The October 22, 2013 meeting held at the Graduate Center covered recent business development activities, in addition to providing an overview of the concrete ways in which the CAT develops industry sponsored research at CUNY, supports SBIR/STTR proposals, and promotes technology research, plus much more.
Below please find a link to the presentations from the event, and if you would like more information on any of our programs please contact Dr. Myron Wecker at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 212-650-7578.
CAT Overview pdf , presented by Dr. Myron Wecker:
CAT Plans and Operations pdf , presented by Dr. David Crouse
CAT Business Development pdf , presented by Wayne Seemungal
CUNY Technology Commercialization Office, pdf presented by Needa Mitra
CUNY 20/20 update IUMIC Proposal pdf , presented by Dr. David Crouse
The CUNY CAT supports important applied research by providing access to CUNY staff and facilities, training scientists and engineers, and nurturing small, start-up companies. Together, the CUNY CAT and its industrial partners generate economic benefits for New York in numerous commercial areas including biomedicine and biotechnology, energy generation and storage, environmental monitoring and conservation, homeland defense and security, information technology and communications, innovative materials including metamaterials and nanotechnology, lasers and electro-optical devices, medical diagnostics and devices, and pharmaceuticals and therapies.
Each Industry Showcase webinar features a single research program of special interest to industry engineers and scientists, presented by a distinguished member of the University Faculty. Attendees may interact with the presenter and follow-up to explore collaborative opportunities and commercial applications.
“SCALABLE POWER AGGREGATION FOR ILLUMINATION, DISPLAYS AND SIGNAGE”
Nicholas Madamopoulos, Ph.D.
Department of Electrical Engineering, Grove School of Engineering, The City University of New York
NOVEMBER 29, 2012 at 2:00PM
“NOVEL APPROCHES TO THE FABRICATION OF POLYMER MATERIALS WITHROBUST SUPERHYROPHOBIC PROPERTIES”
Alan M. Lyons, Ph.D.
Department of Chemistry, College of Staten Island and Graduate School, The City University of New York
APRIL 5, 2012
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To learn more about the CUNYCAT “Industry Showcase” initiative, please contact Dr. Myron Wecker at 212-650-7578, or by email at: email@example.com.
The CAT is often asked by our entrepreneurial faculty for help and advice about starting a business. In response to these requests and as part of the CAT's mission to help New York State businesses in partnership with the CUNY Technology Commercialization Office, the CAT offers individualized assistance as well as a series of workshops produced especially for CUNY faculty and research associates. For further information, contact Myron Wecker 212-650-7578 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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