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Long-term, vital partnerships with industry, government labs, and other research organizations are essential for the continued growth and competitiveness of the SUNY research enterprise. We continually identify, establish, and grow strategic partnerships that catalyze our research efforts and help our faculty align their work with some of the biggest challenges faced by our businesses, economy, and society.

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The SUNY-IBM AI Collaborative Research Alliance is a strategic partnership between two institutions with broad and deep AI expertise and a commitment to advancing the state of the art in AI. Research and development projects conducted under this alliance  will focus on AI science, applications and hardware, promoting both scientific outputs and technology commercialization opportunities.

The SUNY Applied Materials Research Institute (SAMRI) is a strategic alliance that focuses on a broad set of areas including advanced materials, energy storage, optical/photonic/quantum devices, packaging and integration technologies, nanoscale processing and technologies, and biomedical devices and analytics.

wolfspeed - strategic partnership

A public-private partnership between the State of New York and Wolfspeed (formally Cree), the global leader in silicon carbide technology, is investing $1 billion to construct and equip a state-of-the-art, highly-automated 200mm silicon carbide wafer fabrication facility.


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SUNY’s partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory encompasses talent development, research, innovation, entrepreneurship, and commercialization in areas of shared strategic interest including applications of artificial intelligence (Al) and quantum information science, and engineering (QISE).

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The American Semiconductor Innovation Coalition (ASIC) represents more than 180+ businesses, startups, universities, national labs, and nonprofits dedicated to bringing the best research and development to The National Semiconductor Technology Center and The National Advanced Packaging Manufacturing Program.