1. New York Business Plan Statewide Final Competition

    Friday, April 25, 2014

    Albany

    The SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE), University at Albany’s School of Business, and Syracuse University will host the fifth annual New York Business Plan Competition (NYBPC) in April 2014.

    Since 2010, over 570 student teams from almost 60 of New York’s colleges and universities have pitched their ideas and ventures at the NYBPC. The winners are selected each year by esteemed judges, including venture capitalists, angel investors, investment bankers, other sophisticated public and private investors, and seasoned entrepreneurs. At the end of the 2013 competition, more than $800,000 in cash and in-kind prizes have been awarded to student entrepreneurs in New York.

    For more information, please visit www.nybplan.com.

  2. New York Business Plan Statewide Final Competition

    Friday, April 25, 2014

    Albany

    The SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE), University at Albany’s School of Business, and Syracuse University will host the fifth annual New York Business Plan Competition (NYBPC) in April 2014.

    Since 2010, over 570 student teams from almost 60 of New York’s colleges and universities have pitched their ideas and ventures at the NYBPC. The winners are selected each year by esteemed judges, including venture capitalists, angel investors, investment bankers, other sophisticated public and private investors, and seasoned entrepreneurs. At the end of the 2013 competition, more than $800,000 in cash and in-kind prizes have been awarded to student entrepreneurs in New York.

    For more information, please visit www.nybplan.com.

  3. NYCAIST, IPS Back End Processes Review

    Tuesday, October 07, 2014

    The New York Center for Advanced Interconnect Science and Technology (NYCAIST) will hold its annual Fall Review at the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) October 7 – October 8, 2014. In partnership with CNSE and the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), this conference will bring together CAIST members who will collaborate and present their research in nanoelectronics.

  4. INDEX Mid-Year Review

    Tuesday, August 05, 2014

    The annual INDEX mid-year review will be held at the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) on August 5 - 6, 2014. INDEX mid-year review is only for SRC/NRI participants and its member companies.

    Hotel rooms have been blocked at the Residence Inn Marriott on Washington Avenue Extension.

    Register here. If you do not have an SRC account, please contact Allison Hilbert at Hilbert@src.org


  5. CNSE Colloquium Series Presents Dr. Robert Sobol

    Friday, May 02, 2014

    Dr. Robert Sobol of the University of Pittsburgh will discuss "Lessons learned from SBIR grants and working with biotech companies" at the May 2, 2014 colloquium series.
  6. CNSE Colloquium Series Presents Dr. Robert Sobol

    Friday, May 02, 2014

    Dr. Robert Sobol of the University of Pittsburgh will discuss "Lessons learnd from SBIR grants and working with biotech companies" at the May 2, 2014 colloquium series.
  7. CNSE Colloquium Series Presents Dr. Robert Sobol

    Friday, May 02, 2014

    Dr. Robert Sobol of the University of Pittsburgh will discuss "Lessons learned from SBIR grants and working with biotech companies" at the May 2, 2014 colloquium series.
  8. Reducing the Cost of Capital for Renewables: Tax Credits, MLPs, REITs and others

    Wednesday, November 20, 2013

    Wednesday, November 20th: 8-9 a.m.
    New York University School of Law
    Faculty Club, D'Agostino Hall
    108 W 3rd St.
    New York, NY
    FREE
    RSVP

    CLE Available. Breakfast Provided.

    Panelists:
    John Rhodes, President, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
    Eli Katz, Partner, Chadbourne & Park LLP

    Moderated by Paul Francis, Distinguished Senior Fellow, NYU Guarini Center

    The primary mode of federal fiscal incentives for renewable power is through the Production and Investment Tax Credits. However, many renewable energy developers are not fully able to utilize these credits by themselves and so use tax equity to raise capital, thus increasing the cost of capital for their projects. There has been considerable discussion recently about using corporate structures (Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs)) that pay no federal tax as a way to decrease the cost, and increase the accessibility of capital for renewable projects.

    This panel will examine these multiple possibilities for renewable finance and discuss which might be the most effective method to decrease the cost of capital.

    For building security purposes, please RSVP here. If you have questions, please email fgcelul@law.nyu.edu.
  9. Fuel Cells for Portable Power

    Tuesday, July 17, 2012

    Fuel cells for portable power show great promise in meeting the ever-increasing power and energy requirements of portable electronic devices and are quickly gaining market share. However, large scale commercialization will depend upon improvements to fuel cell performance and durability, as well as cost reductions. This webinar will focus on recent R&D advancements in direct methanol fuels and their use in portable power. Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory will discuss advanced materials and the development of new methanol oxidation catalysts, hydrocarbon membranes with reduced methanol crossover, and improvements to component durability. Researchers at the University of North Florida will focus on a "passive-water recovery" membrane electrode assembly (MEA), which eliminates the water recovery components, and results in a small, lightweight direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) power supply. Finally, researchers at Arkema will present their polymer electrolyte membrane design for direct methanol fuels which blends poly(vinylidene fluoride) with a sulfonated polyelectrolyte. Register to attend the webinar.
  10. Fuel Cells for Portable Power

    Tuesday, July 17, 2012

    Fuel cells for portable power show great promise in meeting the ever-increasing power and energy requirements of portable electronic devices and are quickly gaining market share. However, large scale commercialization will depend upon improvements to fuel cell performance and durability, as well as cost reductions. This webinar will focus on recent R&D advancements in direct methanol fuels and their use in portable power. Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory will discuss advanced materials and the development of new methanol oxidation catalysts, hydrocarbon membranes with reduced methanol crossover, and improvements to component durability. Researchers at the University of North Florida will focus on a "passive-water recovery" membrane electrode assembly (MEA), which eliminates the water recovery components, and results in a small, lightweight direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) power supply. Finally, researchers at Arkema will present their polymer electrolyte membrane design for direct methanol fuels which blends poly(vinylidene fluoride) with a sulfonated polyelectrolyte. Register to attend the webinar.
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