Media Advisory and Photo opportunity: New york Power authority to announce Funding for Advanced Energy Research Technology center at stonybrook University
January 6, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York Power Authority President and Chief Executive Officer Richard M. Kessel will be joined by Robert B. Catell and Dr. Yacov Shamash of the Advanced Energy Research Technology Center (AERTC) and Samuel L. Stanley, Jr., MD, president of Stony Brook University to announce significant financial investment and partnership in the Center’s research activities.
AERTC is operated by the Research Foundation of the State University of New York, a nonprofit educational corporation at Stony Brook University. AERTC was established to institute a broad-based interdisciplinary research program which integrates fundamental science, nanotechnology, and engineering to design the next generation of advanced energy systems.
News Conference Announcing Financial Support for the Advanced Energy Research
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Stony Brook University Research and Development Park
Bert Cunningham (NYPA)
|Lauren M. Sheprow (Stony Brook University)
|DIRECTIONS:||LIE (495) east to Exit 62 N/Nicolls Road (Route 97) about 8.5 miles to the South entrance of Stony Brook University. Turn left onto South Drive through two traffic lights to the end: turn right onto Stony Brook Road. 3 miles; entrance to Research & Development Park and the CEWIT building is marked with signage on the left.|
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