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Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing


The Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing (CAMM) is a national microelectronics manufacturing R&D center established in 2005 at Binghamton University, with its partners, Endicott Interconnect Technologies and Cornell University. The CAMM operates under the auspices of the New York State Center of Excellence in Small Scale Systems Integration and Packaging. The CAMM works with industrial partners to advance their products and promote their technologies.

The CAMM is demonstrating the feasibility of roll-to-roll electronics manufacturing by acquiring prototype tools and establishing processes capable of producing low-volume test bed products. Current tooling investment is more than $17M.

The CAMM addresses fundamental enabling technologies and sciences associated with roll-to-roll manufacuring of flexible electronics, and also conducts research on issues associated with system design, integration, performance, yield, and manufacturing feasibility. Key application areas include: medical diagnostics, military and homeland security, flexible displays and electronics, space and energy, computers and telecommunications, and additional consumer products.

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Peter Borgesen, Director
Tel: 607-777-5314

Binghamton University
Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing
P.O. Box 6000
Binghamton, New York 13902-6000