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May 12th, 2008

National Science Foundation plugs

Abstract:
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $199,000 grant to fund a joint SUNYIT-MVCC nanotechnology project.

"Educators and researchers in New York State are a major reason the semiconductor industry is so interested in Marcy NanoCenter," said Timothy Dunn, Mohawk Valley EDGE Vice President of Economic Development and Marketing. "This accomplishment for SUNYIT and MVCC represents yet another milestone in the journey to prepare our workforce to compete in this industry and in a flat world."

The project, "Instructional Laboratory for Visualization and Manipulation of Nanoscale Components for Engineering Technology Students," is under the direction of Salahuddin Qazi, professor of electrical engineering technology at SUNYIT, and Robert C. Decker, associate professor of electrical engineering technology at Mohawk Valley Community College. The grant will be used to purchase specialized equipment that will be housed in existing laboratories on both campuses.

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