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  1. Integrated Circuit Fabrication and Yield Control

    Tuesday, October 17, 2017

    Albany

    Integrated Circuit Fabrication and Yield Control
    October 17 to 18, 2017

    Learn the basics of chip fabrication from an expert - from basic transistors to step-by-step build sequences - at SUNY Poly, the world's #1 college for nanotechnology!

    This two-day course is ideal for engineers, technicians, sales persons, account managers, executives and others who need basic fabrication knowledge and perspective to deal effectively with customers and make informed decisions.

    Many have said this is the best course on IC fabrication they have ever taken!

    Tuition for the two day course is $1,275, which includes continental breakfast and lunch both days, plus notes of the course.

    Visit the IC Fabrication and Yield Control webpage for more details on the course.

    TO REGISTER: Please send an email to [email protected] with course date in the subject line. In the body of the email please include your name, company name, telephone number and address. Upon receiving your registration, Dr. Levine will follow up with additional information regarding the course.

    For more information, please contact Dr. Levine at 518-437-8623, or by email at [email protected].

  2. Summer Science Series Lecture on Alzheimer's Disease

    Tuesday, June 27, 2017

    Albany

    SUNY Poly Professor Dr. Janet Paluh will discuss "Alzheimer's disease in the era of Nanotechnology, Stem Cells and Computational Modeling" at the Summer Science Series Lecture on Tuesday, June 27.

    This event is free and open to the general public.

    Register Here.
  3. Summer Science Series Lecture on Breast Cancer Metastasis

    Wednesday, July 19, 2017

    Albany

    SUNY Poly Professor Dr. James Castracane will discuss breast cancer metastasis at the July 19 Summer Science Series Lecture. The talk will cover the development and use of a novel microdevice, the NANIVID, to attract and capture metastatic breast cancer cells. The main goal is to discover what causes a certain subset of cells to break away from the main tumor and invade the circulatory system and spread throughout the body. Using the CNSE state of the art fabrication facilities, the NANIVID is created through wafer level processing with dimensions of 3 x 1.5 x 0.15 mm and inserted directly into a tumor. The subsequent release of chemoattractants begins the process which is imaged in real-time with single cell resolution. Analysis of the captured cells is focused on discovering the biochemical signaling that causes migration with the hope of developing treatments to stop the spread.

    This event is free and open to the general public.

    Register Here.
  4. Summer Science Series Lecture on Detecting Nanoparticles

    Tuesday, August 15, 2017

    Albany

    Professor Gregory Denbeaux will provide a talk on "Detecting Nanoparticles" at the August 15 Summer Science Series Lecture. Following the talk, Professor Denbeaux will be providing a tour of our world-class cleanrooms.

    This event is free and open to the general public.

    Register Here.