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Otis Technology – Lyons Falls, NY

On February 26, 2008 a team from Otis Technology visited Clarkson University to meet with members of CAMP (Center for Advanced Materials Processing). Otis came to Potsdam to engage the faculty in areas of potential collaboration between the two organizations. During the day long meeting, each organization presented material that defined the strength and knowledge of the firearms market and areas of research by the scientists at the university.

A goal of CAMP/Clarkson University is to reach out to NY State industries and partner with them, bringing to bear the scientific skills and research facilities of the University to solve issues facing the companies. Cooperation between companies such as Otis Technology and the CAMP/ Clarkson University has the ability to bring technical solutions to issues facing these companies. Successful solutions to unique materials issues will result in the addition of new jobs in Lyons Falls and the development of increased skill sets at Otis Technology.

CAMP Professor Richard Partch Awarded Patent Plaque from Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials

Senior University Professor Richard Partch (left) receives patent plaque from Cathie Markham, CTO for Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials.

Senior University Professor Richard Partch recently received a patent plaque from Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, for his collaborative work with the Company on polymer coated particles for CMP applications. A co-inventor on the patent is Professor Partch’s former Ph.D. student Hongyu Wang. The award was presented to Professor Partch by the Company’s CTO Cathie Markham.

 

CAMP Professor Roshan Jachuck to Lead Clarkson Effort in “Green” Processing for Pollution Reduction

Clarkson University is a member in the recently announced New York State’s Pollution Prevention Institute that will be hosted by Rochester’s Institute of Technology.  Five “test beds” have been proposed at Clarkson and will involve collaborative efforts of several Clarkson faculty members.  The five “test beds” involve “green” processing via process intensification, advanced materials synthesis for pollution reduction, monitoring / sensors, environmental systems, and green supply chain management.   CAMP Professor Roshan Jachuck is leading the efforts in “green” processing methods and related efforts in biofuel testing to help businesses reduce pollution to become more competitive.  

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