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April 16th, 2003
Chip maker Infineon eyes use of UAlbany center
"We're in active discussions with Infineon, and although nothing's final yet, I'm optimistic that the future is bright," said Alain Kaloyeros, UAlbany's dean of nanosciences and nanoengineering.
While a contract hasn't been inked, some close to UAlbany's Albany NanoTech initiative are already speaking of it as a done deal. Jim Ryan, director of advanced materials and process technology for IBM Corp.'s Microelectronics unit, mentioned Infineon's Albany-office-to-be in a recent conversation. IBM is a significant investor in the university's nanotechnology efforts.
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