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CNSE Professor Dr. Alain Diebold honored as SPIE Fellow at 2013 Advanced Lithography conference
Cutting-edge research conducted by Dr. Alain Diebold at the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) has led to his being named as a Fellow of SPIE, an international society that is focused on advancing emerging technologies through interdisciplinary information exchange, continuing education, and career and professional growth.
Summertime means exceptional internship opportunity for CNSE undergraduate student
For the second straight summer, CNSE undergraduate student Nicole Palmer is receiving real-world experience while participating in an on-site internship with CNSE corporate partner Tokyo Electron Ltd. (TEL).
CNSE undergraduate spends his summer ‘SURFing,’ gaining world-class research experience
CNSE undergraduate student Brian Janiszewski is “SURFing” this summer, but it has nothing to do with waves and everything to do with groundbreaking research.
CNSE Graduate Student Awarded Esteemed Fellowship to Improve the Computer Chips of Today and Tomorrow
Research conducted by CNSE Ph.D. candidate Michael Rizzolo to develop innovative wiring that will enable faster, more powerful computer chips has helped him win a prestigious IBM/Graduate Research Collaboration (GRC) Fellowship through the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) that will further his studies at the UAlbany NanoCollege.
CNSE Professor Ji Ung Lee Publishes Innovative Graphene Research in IEEE Spectrum Magazine
Innovative research at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) is advancing the concept that graphene could someday replace the standard switches found in today’s transistors.
CNSE professor awarded NIH grant to revolutionize production of heparin
How can a cell be convinced to do something that nature did not intend for it to do? CNSE Associate Professor of Nanobioscience Dr. Susan Sharfstein was awarded an $836,000 grant by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to do just that and, in the process, persuade cells to produce a life-saving drug.
CNSE bridges the gap from nanoscale innovation to technology implementation
With leading-edge research and development (R&D), a dynamic collaborative environment, and unparalleled world-class resources, the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) offers a one-of-a-kind paradigm that is breaking the mold in integrating groundbreaking academic research with advanced manufacturing technologies that are critical to sustaining and building the 21st century innovation economy.
CNSE Undergraduate Student is Named First Recipient of the Yang Family NEXUS Scholarship Not a Typical Summer for Undergraduate Interns at CNSE
CNSE undergraduate student Michael Hovish was recently honored as the first-ever recipient of the Yang Family Nanotechnology EXploration for Undergraduate Scholarship ("NEXUS").
Summer internships may evoke images of time spent behind a desk or in front of a filing cabinet. For 22 undergraduate students who spent the summer interning at CNSE, however, the experience was as unique as it was rewarding. CNSE Graduate Student Receives Prestigious NIH Recognition for Innovative Neuroscience Research
Research conducted at CNSE by Ph.D. candidate Jennifer King to help mitigate the devastating effects of neurological disorders such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and Epilepsy has led to her receipt of a prestigious award sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). CNSE Nanoeconomics Professor Lands Prominent Fellowship at Bureau of Economic Analysis
When used properly, historical knowledge can be leveraged to help guide the future. CNSE Assistant Professor of Nanoeconomics Dr. Unnikrishnan Pillai is using data gathered from the nanoelectronics industry to help advance the emerging solar energy sector in the United States as part of a prestigious fellowship.
CNSE Students Break New Ground as Part of Pioneering Undergraduate Program
It is rare that someone can point to an achievement as a "first in the world." However, 15 students at the UAlbany NanoCollege are on their way to just such a distinction as they pursue the world's first comprehensive baccalaureate degrees in Nanoscale Science.
High School Seniors Conducting Research at CNSE Receive Recognition in Prestigious Intel Science Talent Search
From clean energy initiatives to revolutionary health-related research, three high school students took their science projects to the next level under the guidance of CNSE faculty as part of internships at CNSE's world-class Albany NanoTech Complex.
Recent CNSE graduate lands prestigious research position at NIST
Dr. Phillip Rogers came to CNSE with a desire to explore the groundbreaking science of nanotechnology. After graduating in December as valedictorian of his class, he is now enjoying the unique opportunity to put his education and experience to work in a prestigious Postdoctoral position at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Washington, DC.
CNSE professor leads pioneering cancer research initiative
Dr. Yubing Xie is working to transform the way cancer research is undertaken, while also inspiring future scientists to explore the vast potential of nanobioscience.
CNSE Professor utilizes innovative system for groundbreaking nanoscale healthcare research
Improving the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases are only a few of the ways that nanotechnology is impacting the healthcare industry. Dr. Nathaniel Cady, CNSE Assistant Professor of Nanobioscience, is using his research with the Nano eNabler molecular printing system on the path toward revolutionizing an industry.
CNSE Student and Next-Generation Leader wins UAlbany President's Award
To Bharat Avasarala, a doctoral candidate in nanoscale engineering at CNSE, a top-notch education entails more than pioneering coursework and cutting-edge research - for him, it is just as important to hone his leadership skills.
CNSE graduate and China native settles in New York State to pursue his passion for nanotechnology
Dr. Da Song moved from China to New York to pursue a Ph.D. in nanotechnology at CNSE. Now that he's earned his degree, he's staying right here in the Empire State to launch his career.
CNSE Professor leads groundbreaking emission reduction project
A research project led by CNSE Assistant Professor of Nanoengineering Dr. Michael Carpenter will make strides toward a cleaner environment by addressing concerns related to global warming.
CNSE Professor receives prestigious award for his work toward revolutionizing an industry
Imagine your computer powering on the same way as your television, without needing time to "boot up." That's just one possible outcome of research being done by Dr. Vincent LaBella, Associate Professor of Nanoscience at CNSE, who was recently recognized for his work.
CNSE and U.S. Army research collaboration aids the next-generation soldier
Keeping soldiers safe by tracking their vital signs through sensors embedded in army fatigues is just one project being explored as part of a groundbreaking partnership between the UAlbany NanoCollege and U.S. Army.
CNSE student receives 'extraordinary opportunity' to work on pioneering EUV tool
Sudhar Raghunathan moved from India to pursue a world-class nanotechnology education at CNSE. Little did he know that he would become one of the only students anywhere to work with the world's first extreme ultraviolet (EUV) Alpha Demo Tool (ADT).
World-Class Education and Experience Gives CNSE Graduate an Advantage in the 'Real World'
Armed with a M.S. degree in Nanoscale Science from CNSE and more experience than most graduate students have right out of school, Evan Spadafora has begun his career with IBM.
The world's first nanoeconomics graduate is awarded his Ph.D. from CNSE
In October 2004, Dr. Erez Golan moved to the Albany area to attend the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering. Three-and-a-half years later, he is the world's first graduate in Nanoeconomics.
Chancellor's Award Recipient to Pursue NanoBio Degree 'at home' at CNSE
Growing up in New York's Capital Region, Nick Fahrenkopf often drove by CNSE's Albany NanoTech Complex and was intrigued by it. Now, he's thrilled to have the chance to study the exciting world of nanobioscience right in his own backyard.