Current Research Pillars

Materials Synthesis

  • Fine particle synthesis, surface modifications and dispersions
  • Thin and thick film coatings
  • Smart materials
  • Functional polymer materials
  • Materials and structures for energy conservation and soar devices

Materials Processing

  • Additive manufacturing using metals and alloys
  • Film deposition methods for metals, alloys and dielectrics
  • Anti-corrosion
  • CMP Substrates beyond Si

Materials – Computational Methods

  • Models and simulations for fine particle dispersions in air and/or fluids

Materials Characterization

  • Full spectrum of analytical tools

Advanced Materials Technology Transfer

  • Biocompatible Polymers
  • Materials to improve railroad safety

Education and Training

  • Graduate student research projects
  • Undergraduate research projects
  • STEM activities

Technology Transfer

  • Projects for industry (sponsored research)
  • 4 Seminars per year
  • MS and PhD students theses
  • MS/PhD student internships 

    MS/PhD student internships at
    corporations and industries

Education & Training

  • STEM outreach to area secondary schools
  • Poster presentations by students at CAMP technical meetings

Suresh Dhaniyala Quote
With the help of Clarkson’s Center for Advanced Materials Processing, we have been able to make significant progress in our NSF STTR project.  In the short time during which the project has been active, CAMP along with our faculty/student collaborators at Clarkson, have been able to produce an air sensor prototype that holds great promise. We are very excited about what we hope is the start of a long partnership between CAMP and Potsdam Sensors.

Suresh Dhaniyala, Ph.D., Owner Potsdam Sensors, LLC

Corporate & Government Sponsors

Corporate & Government Sponsors have an opportunity to develop a closer working relationship with the faculty across Clarkson University’s schools and departments, who have knowledge, skills, expertise, and experience in cutting edge science and engineering disciplines pertinent to the company’s product lines. Corporate Sponsors may use CAMP as an extant research arm to understand existing product performance, an innovation lab to develop and evaluate new products or improve processes, and/or a partner in new product development. In addition, Corporate Sponsors will have preferred access to meet and collaborate with Clarkson students (undergraduate and graduate levels), to establish preferred talent pipelines addressing future workforce needs.

Government Sponsors

Corporate Members

Corporate Members have an opportunity to explore the benefits of engaging with CAMP and to begin to develop closer working relationships with faculty across Clarkson University’s schools and departments, who have knowledge, skills, expertise, and experience in cutting edge science and engineering disciplines pertinent to the company’s product lines. Corporate Members may use CAMP to better understand existing product performance and to develop and/or evaluate new products or improve processes. In addition, Corporate Members will have preferred access to meet and collaborate with Clarkson students (undergraduate and graduate levels), to establish preferred talent pipelines addressing future workforce needs.

  • Eastman Kodak
  • UK Abrasives
  • US Hybrid
  • Stebbins Engineering and Manufacturing Company
  • Tapecon
  • EBARA
  • IBM

CAMP is sponsored by:

NYSTAR Empire State Development Division of Science, Technology & Innovation
The Center for Advanced Materials Processing at Clarkson University in a NYSTAR designated Center for Advanced Technology

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