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Center of Excellence in Materials Informatics (CMI)

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UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Materials Informatics (CMI) leverages cutting-edge materials science, big data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced manufacturing expertise and infrastructure to drive critical R&D activities that directly impact private sector growth. Together with UB’s Center for Advanced Technology (UB CAT) and the Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics & Life Sciences (CBLS), the CMI anchors UB’s technology-based economic development infrastructure. The CMI works with over 100 materials research faculty with broad ranging expertise in diverse areas of materials engineering and development. The CMI also fosters STEM education and internship opportunities for students.

Cornell AgriTech Center of Excellence for Food and Agriculture

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The Center of Excellence for Food and Agriculture at Cornell AgriTech serves as a hub connecting businesses and entrepreneurs with the services they need to succeed. The Center of Excellence works with partners across the state to increase the size and scope of the food and agriculture economy in New York by fostering the growth of new companies, new products, and existing businesses.

Binghamton University S3IP Center of Excellence

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We solve problems for manufacturing companies leveraging the broad capabilities and deep technical resources of a leading research university. Our 6 research centers address microelectronics manufacturing, flexible hybrid electronics, and heterogeneous integration of electronics, thin film electronic devices for energy harvest and storage. Advanced battery research is directed by Dr. Stan Whittingham, 2019 Nobel Laureate for invention of the Li-ion battery. Our professional staff backed by the deep expertise of faculty, assists companies in problem solving and use of our 7 laboratories addressing manufacturing methods and materials, thermal management, failure analysis, and reliability improvement.

Workforce Development Institute

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The Workforce Development Institute (WDI) is a statewide non-profit that works to increase opportunities for all New Yorkers to succeed in the workforce while earning family-sustaining wages. We use a range of tools including “boots on the ground” information, workforce expertise, data analysis, and flexible funding to facilitate projects that help labor unions, employers, educational institutions, and other workforce partners think and act differently regarding hiring, training, educating, and retaining an inclusive and productive workforce.

Center for Advanced Materials Processing at Clarkson University

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CAMP's expertise in materials science and processing supports companies interested in understanding and exploiting state-of-the-art, advanced, tailor-designed materials and processes to improve products, solve manufacturing challenges, increase yield, lower cost and foster innovation. Our research faculty is world-renowned and willing to put their expertise to work on your company’s challenges in the areas of materials processing, materials synthesis and functionalization, materials characterization, and materials by design. CAMP offers a variety of contractual arrangements to meet your corporate needs, incl. Analytical Service Agreements (ASA) for material analysis and testing, and more.

Alfred University

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SInce 1987, the Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology (CACT) at Alfred University has served industry seeking access to the expertise needed to solve complex manufacturing challenges in the areas of technical ceramics and glass. CACT links companies with the tools for analytical and research needs in areas including materials (bioceramics, carbon-based composites, electronic ceramics, optical materials, structural ceramics, energy storage materials), modeling (microstructure, atomistic structure of glass/ceramics, defect behavior, multiscale/multiphysics modeling), processing (powders, nanoparticles, tape casting, isostatic pressing, sintering), and properties/characterization (mechanical, thermal, optical, structural, spectroscopy).

Square One Coating Systems

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AS9100 and Nadcap accredited metal finisher servicing over 200 companies across the Northeast involved in a wide variety of industries, but specifically focusing on aerospace and defence.

Square One Coating Systems LLC

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Metal Finishing services provided since 2013. Services include, Anodizing, Electrolytic plating, Electroless plating, Chem Film, Conversion Coatings,
Company is NADCAP accredited, ISO9001 - 2016, AS9100D certified, ITAR registered and has a Federal Firearm License.


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PureHempNY is involved with the entire Hemp Plant - from the Roots to the Seeds. After three years of R&D, we are launching various Products including Hemp Packaging, Hemp Wall Papers, HempCrete Blocks, Hemp Flooring, Hemp Tampons, Abandoned Gas Well Capping, etc.


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FuzeHub is the go-to resource for startup, small, and mid-size manufacturers and technology companies in New York State. We provide thoughtful guidance and access to an extensive network of program and funding solutions. These resources, along with our industry expertise, enable manufacturers and technology companies to solve growth challenges, including productivity, commercialization, research, and development. Since inception, we have tracked some amazing results working with NYS companies.




As the Vice President for Large-Scale Renewables, Georges leads NYSERDA’s work in advancing both land-based renewable energy and offshore wind resources. Prior to joining NYSERDA in September 2021, he spent nearly ten years at General Electric (GE)
Georges Sassine
VP, Large Scale Renewables (NYSERDA)
Dr. Jian Sun joined the faculty at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in 2002, where he is currently a Professor in the Department of Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering.
Jian Sun
Director of the Center for Future Energy Systems (CFES)


Before starting his “second career” in academia, Brian enjoyed a successful career in sales management, product management, marketing, and strategic planning. His career included positions of increasing responsibility at Johnson & Johnson, Crane & Company, and Taconic Biosciences.
Brian Apkarian
Director of Business Development (CFES)
Chulsung Bae is a Ford Foundation Professor at the Dept of Chemistry & Chemical Biology RPI. Bae's research group focuses on the development of functional polymeric materials that might find applications in the areas of clean energy and environmental technologies.
Chulsung Bae
Ford Foundation Professor - RPI
Everton is a manufacturing virtuoso focused on helping the manufacturing community, industry, start-ups, local colleges and universities, and business leaders to advance innovation and technology. More...
Everton H. Henriques
NY MEP Solutions Manager | FuzeHub
Michael has more than 17 years of experience ranging from engineering and product development, manufacturing, business development and operations. Prior to joining CEG in 2013, he was director of an incubator program, an entrepreneur, and was a senior engineer at Boeing.
Michael Lobsinger
SVP and Center Director for CEG
David Whipple is the Director of Industry Development for renewable energy at Empire State Development, the State level job creating agency. He works with partners to help renewable energy businesses establish manufacturing operations in NY.
David Whipple
Director of Industry Development - ESD
Peter is skilled in Residential & C&I Solar Energy, Environmental Awareness, Public Speaking, International Education, Organic Farming, Offshore Wind Supply Chain Management, Circular Economy and Climate Change Science. He has a Masters of Science focused in Science for Sustainable Development from Linköping University.
Peter Lion
Senior Advisor - Offshore WInd - NYSERDA
Jude Auman
Project Development - LJUNGSTRÖM
Christopher is responsible for managing multiple product lines across various industries to effectively deploy roadmaps and the overall vision for hydrogen infrastructure. 
Christopher D. Johnson
Product Manager - Plug Power
Cullen Brown is a Key Account Manager in the Customer Business Development group at (NYPA), helping manage NYPA’s economic development programs, as well as working with municipalities and SUNY campuses to achieve their CLCPA goals.
Cullen O. Brown
Associate Key Account Manager - NYPA


  • 7:30 AM
    Doors Open
  • 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    Registration and Breakfast

    Location: Main Hall

  • 8:30 AM - 8:45 AM
    Welcome Addresses

    Location: RMCC Theater

    Master of Ceremonies: Everton H. Henriques
    Welcome: Cathleen McColgin, John Piseck, Franca Armstrong, Matt Watson, Elizabeth Lusskin

  • 8:45 AM - 9:00 AM
    Sponsor Presentations

    Location: RMCC Theater

    Lloyd Ploof – Square One Coatings, Jacob Perry – Neff Automation, Cory Albrecht – AIM, Bill McDonald – Herkimer College

  • 9:00 AM – 9:15 AM
    Keynote Speaker I

    Location: RMCC Theater

    John Lorence V.P. Manufacturing Engineering The Fountainhead Group

  • 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM
    Breakout Sessions: Part I

    Room 294

    Manufacturing Solutions Track: How to Fund, Build, and Market a Better Product​ (read more)

    Room 295

    Agriculture Solutions Track: Energy Saving Technology and Grant / Incentive Programs:(read more)

  • 10:15 AM – 12:00 PM
    Exhibitor Showcase & Networking

    Location: Main Hall

  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
    Lunch and Main Keynote

    Location: Lower Level Dining Hall

    Marion Terenzio – President, SUNY Cobleskill

    Elizabeth Dribusch – CEO, NYS Farm Bureau

  • 1:15 PM – 2:00 PM
    Breakout Sessions: Part II

    Room 294

    Manufacturing Solutions Track: Cybersecurity Solutions for Manufacturing​ (read more)

    Room 295

    Agriculture Solutions Track: Energy Efficiency Programs and Funding Opportunities (read more)

  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
    Exhibitor Showcase & Networking

    Location: Main Hall

  • 3:00 PM
    Event Concludes




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