Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Antenna Maker Awards $100K Research Grant to Wireless Lab

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Antenna Maker Awards $100K Research Grant to Wireless Lab

The college’s Advanced Wireless Systems Research Center has won a two-year, $100,000 research grant from a Western New York antenna manufacturer to co-develop high-efficiency compact anten­nas for railway transpor­tation systems and, potential­ly, other applications. Patanjali Parimi, director of the research center and principal investigator for the grant, said STI-CO Industries of Orchard Park made the award

Getting at the Heart of Lake Effect Snow Storms

Associate Professor of Meteorology Scott Steiger ’99 and a team of collaborators, supported by National Science Foundation grants, fly into the heart of lake effect snowstorms to study their structure and improve forecasting.

Last spring, SUNY Oswego received a $320,000 National Science Foundation grant to fly and drive into the heart of lake effect snowstorms to study their structure and improve forecasting. Field work began in December. “We are getting awesome data from this storm!” said Associate Professor of Meteorology Scott Steiger ’99 after a mid-December snow storm

Engineering Programs Receive High Needs Grant

Engineering Programs Receive High Needs Grant

Oswego has received a SUNY High Needs Program grant of $183,800 to accelerate development of its engineering programs and recruit and prepare students for high-need jobs in the region. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the latest round of grants June 6, saying, “The High Needs Program helps fulfill SUNY’s original purpose: to be world class institutions

NSF Grant Funds Brain and Health Monitoring Research

Jason Bennett

Mirroring the support he received as an undergraduate chemistry major at SUNY Oswego, Jason Bennett ’01, Ph.D., mentors students at Penn State Erie, the Behrend College. A three-year National Science Foundation award of $243,462 that began July 2013 will advance their research. The NSF grant will help fund development of a material that can selectively oxidize hydrogen

College’s New X-ray Device to Probe Archeological Samples

Kathleen Blake uses Forensic X-ray Device

Analyzing sharp-force trauma, studying ceramic artifacts disinterred after centuries, disclosing the trace elements in soils—SUNY Oswego forensic anthropologist Kathleen Blake can think of many uses for portable X-ray equipment purchased with a National Park Service grant. The new instrument will enable faculty and student researchers to study samples in detail without liquefying, pulverizing or otherwise