The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is a vibrant and diverse community of researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs. We collaborate to discover new knowledge, educate tomorrow's leaders, and solve the most pressing challenges facing society today. Because in SEAS, resilience is in our DNA and we plan to leave the planet better than we found it.
Assistant Professor Minghui Zheng is the principal investigator on a new $3 million NSF-funded project, The Future of Remanufacturing: Human-Robot Collaboration for Disassembly of End-of-Use Products.
Michel Bruneau, SUNY Distinguished Professor and PhD student Homero Carrión Cabrera are developing a new inexpensive bridge design concept to eliminate bridge closures and repairs after an earthquake.
Our newest faculty enhance the school’s research enterprise in a wide variety of areas, from cognitive computing and human behavior modeling to large-scale data management systems to nano-fluidics.
Paras Prasad and Jonathan Bird are leading a team of researchers on a $7.5 million project to improve computer chip reliability and security via revolutionary testing advancements.
A research team led by Stelios Andreadis will develop innovative technologies for regenerative medicine and educate future leaders in the field with the launch of a new center.
Electrical engineer Huamin Li is investigating a novel transistor concept that can switch speed faster and use less energy. His research is funded by a prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER award.
Paul DesJardin is leading a team of researchers to simulate and help design safe, low-cost motors that could propel nanosatellites, other vehicles into space.
Teams of faculty members throughout the school are working to improve the nation’s plastic recycling efforts, which have been muddled since 2017 when China curtailed importing plastic waste.
Paschalis Alexandridis, John Crassidis, Vladimir Mitin, Sriram Neelamegham, Leslie Ying and Junsong Yuan were recently elected Fellows for distinguished contributions to their fields.