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A Smartphone by #SUNY

What would happen if we utilized resources from many of our 64 campuses across New York State to produce a smartphone? As it turns out, the result is pretty cool!

Generation SUNY

on 10 September 2013

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A Smartphone by SUNY
Stony Brook University partner Brookhaven National Laboratory develops high-power, next-gen lithium ion batteries.
Researchers at the University at Albany, SUNY New Paltz and SUNY Geneseo specialize in the study and development of minerals and synthetic materials with unique properties.
SUNY Potsdam and Schenectady County Community College alumnus Paul Riker is a leading audio visualization engineer.
Oswego Alumnus Peter Bocko began research development of LCD screens in 1982 with Corning Inc. where he is now Chief Technology Officer.
The University at Buffalo's Smartphone Lab may collaborate with SUNY Plattsburgh, SUNY Oswego, and SUNY Canton to develop apps for an excellent user experience.
The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering is the only research facility in the world capable of manufacturing 450mm wafers to be applied in next generation devices.
SUNY New Paltz’s Electrical Engineering major teaches the skills necessary to effectively wire a smartphone.
SUNY ESF’s Dr. Christopher Nomura has developed an antibacterial substance that may help keep the exterior of the smartphone clean—while radiation levels, like any mobile phone, are kept low and may be monitored by an array of radiation resources, like at one of SUNY’s three hospitals.
Erie Community College’s CNC Machining program focuses on designing and sculpting materials, such as aluminum.
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