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  1. Community Day

    Saturday, November 01, 2014

    The Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering at SUNY Polytechnic Institute will host its annual Community Day on Saturday, November 1. Community Day will offer guests a unique opportunity to receive a firsthand look at CNSE's Albany NanoTech Complex, which is the most advanced research enterprise of its kind at any university in the world: an ever-expanding $20 billion, 1.3 million-square-foot megaplex that attracts corporate partners from around the world and offers students a one-of-a-kind educational experience.

    Both adults and children will have the chance to interact with CNSE faculty, students and staff, and to participate in a variety of activities that promote a greater understanding of nanotechnology, including

    • Tours of NanoFab Xtension's (NFX) cutting-edge 450mm cleanroom facilities
    • Tours of Tech Valley High School
    • Hands-on polymer experiments
    • Cleanroom gowning demonstrations
    • Kid's Corner featuring child-friendly activities relating to nanotechnology
    • Nanotechnology overview presentations
    • Undergraduate and Graduate information sessions
    • Displays showcasing research in CNSE's constellations, including health care and energy

    Additionally, Community Day events will be held concurrently at SUNY Polytechnic Institute's Computer Chip Commercialization Center (Quad-C) in Utica, part of Governor Cuomo’s ‘Nano Utica’ initiative, and CNSE's Smart System Technology and Commercialization Center of Excellence (STC) in Rochester.

    Pre-register here.

     

  2. SUNY CNSE/SUNYIT Colloquium Series Presents Vassili Karanassios

    Friday, November 14, 2014

    Professor Vassili Karanassios of the University of Waterloo will discuss "PV Science and Technology" at the November 14, 2014 colloquium series.
  3. SUNY CNSE/SUNYIT Colloquium Series Presents Lung Chi Chen

    Friday, December 12, 2014

    Lung Chi Chen of New York University School of Medicine will discuss "All particles, great and small" at the December 12, 2014 colloquium series.
  4. SUNY CNSE/SUNYIT Colloquium Series Presents Jeff Owrutsky

    Friday, November 21, 2014

    Jeff Owrutsky of Navel Research Labs will discuss "Optical studies of nanostructures and solid oxide fuel cells" at the November 21, 2014 colloquium series.
  5. SUNY CNSE/SUNYIT Colloquium Series Presents Will Schroder

    Friday, December 05, 2014

    Will Schroder of Kitware Informatics will discuss "Open Source Applications for Science Research and Education" at the December 5, 2014 colloquium series.
  6. SUNY CNSE/SUNYIT Colloquium Series Presents Xiaochun Long

    Friday, October 31, 2014

    Xiaochun Long of Albany Medical College will discuss "Novel Regulators of Vascular Smooth Muscle Phenotype" at the October 31, 2014 colloquium series.
  7. SUNY CNSE/SUNYIT Colloquium Series Presents Sanat Kumar

    Friday, November 07, 2014

    Sanat Kumar of Columbia University will discuss "Designer Nanocomposites by Leveraging Nanoparticle Self-Assembly" at the November 7, 2014 colloquium series.
  8. SUNY CNSE/SUNYIT Colloquium Series Presents Caitlyn Butler

    Friday, October 24, 2014

    Caitlyn Butler of the University of Massachusetts Amherst will discuss "Bioelectrochemical Systems: Opportunities for Electricity Production from Environmental Contaminants" at the October 24, 2014 colloquium series.
  9. 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.
  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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