How Can Companies Work with CAMP?

Connections with faculty can be made via CAMP staff/leadership or directly with faculty themselves. Companies typically engage in initial discussions regarding their needs and the potential for CAMP to assist them.

  • Browse/search for expertise, facilities, and contact details through the links above. Once synergies are identified, CAMP offers a variety of contractual arrangements to meet your corporate needs and expectations.
  • Master Collaboration Agreement (MCA) to accommodate multiple research areas and to facilitate long-term relationships.
  • Analytical Service Agreements (ASA) for material analysis and testing.
  • Tailored agreements for work force development.

Success with CAMP

  • CAMP has earned the NYSTAR designation as a Center for Advanced Technology since 1987 with four successful performance-based contract renewals with New York State. CAMP was re-designated in 2018 for an additional 10 years.
  • CAMP champions economic development in Northern New York and across New York State and beyond through partnerships with economic development organizations, industry, innovation centers and research institutes.
  • CAMP has helped New York State companies achieve $245 million in economic impact and helped create and retain 382 jobs over the past decade through research collaborations with industry.
  • CAMP is a collaborative resource partner with the ability to work cooperatively with other NY State CATs and Centers of Excellences to provide solutions for industry needs.

Research Strengths

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 solar devices
  • Biocompatible materials
Materials Processing
  • Additive manufacturing using metals and alloys
  • Film deposition methods for metals, alloys and dielectrics
  • Anti-corrosion technology
  • Chemical mechanical polishing
Materials – Computational Methods
  • Models and simulations for fine particle dispersions in air and/or fluids
  • Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of structural materials
Materials Characterization
  • Full spectrum of analytical tools including electron microscopy (SEM, TEM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), powder x-ray diffraction, single crystal x-ray crystallography, and a range of thermal and mechanical analysis instruments.
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 TelosAir."

Suresh Dhaniyala, Ph.D., Founder and President, TelosAir, LLC

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The Center for Advanced Materials Processing at Clarkson University is a NYSTAR designated Center for Advanced Technology