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Binghamton University receives $1.7 million NYSTAR award to enhance flexible electronics research

Binghamton University's Integrated Electronics Engineering Center (IEEC) has been awarded $1.7 million from the New York State Office of Science, Technology and Academic Research (NYSTAR) to help speed microelectronics manufacturing research and development in a roll-to-roll (R2R) format.

The award is being made through NYSTAR'S CAT Development program, an initiative that funds nationally recognized New York State research centers to bring high-technology innovations to the marketplace. Since 1991, the IEEC at Binghamton University, a New York Center for Advanced Technology (CAT), has performed leading edge research in electronics packaging, transferring results to the New York State and national packaging industries. The IEEC's history of partnering with leading firms across the Southern Tier and New York State, including Lockheed Martin, IBM, BAE Systems and GE, provides a solid foundation for continued long-term growth of the State's high-tech economy.

The NYSTAR funding will enable the IEEC to develop a new crucial and focused technology area in systems integration and packaging. This area is key from an economic development standpoint, since system integration and packaging are at the heart of job and revenue creation. This thrust will enhance the resources and capabilities of the IEEC and enable the commercialization of new flexible electronic applications.

Binghamton University has become a leader in the field of flexible electronics through its Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing (CAMM), which was established in 2005. Drawing the IEEC and CAMM together in a unique partnership, the funding will build upon their combined strengths and launch the University to the next stage of high technology development, resulting in a R2R prototype manufacturing line that will enable and validate the design of flexible electronic manufacturing capabilities.

The partnership is also expected to develop essential process technol
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Contact: Gail Glover
gglover@binghamton.edu
607-777-2174
Binghamton University
3-Feb-2006


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