The Bioelectronics and Microsystems Lab is specifically designed for the prototyping anddevelopment of microtransducers, microfluidics, biomedical microdevices, and bioelectronic interfaces using microelectromechanical systems technology. The lab is equipped for customized micro-electronic, -mechanical, and -fluidic testing; reliability testing; and cell culture. Both wet and dry lab space is available.
กแ Shared – Nanofabrication Lab
The PI and his students have access to the Nanofabrication Lab at SUNY Binghamton—a central fabrication, processing, and characterization center intended to be used by a diverse campus wide research community. A full-time lab manager maintains and provides training on the instruments.
กแ Shared – Center for Autonomous Solar Power (CASP)
The Center for Autonomous Solar Power (CASP) is a multidisciplinary research center that is meeting the scientific challenges to reduce the cost of solar power and enhance energy efficiency. The CASP has extensive facilities for thin film devices. It includes lithography, deposition, etching, oxidation, diffusion, and characterization tools to name a few.
กแ Shared – Analytical and Diagnostics Laboratory (ADL)
The Analytical and Diagnostics Laboratory (ADL) is a centralized, interdisciplinary, fully staffed research facility at SUNY Binghamton that promotes high tech commercialization of microelectronic technologies by providing instrument and technical support for materials diagnostics, analysis and characterization in areas such as electronics systems integration and packaging, materials research, and flexible electronics. The lab also supports life sciences research applications in medical areas, security systems for detection of pathogens, and additional industrial and consumer applications, both directly as well as through related emerging technologies.