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Patents awarded to Binghamton University faculty between October 2012 and March 2013: Nael Abu-Ghazaleh, associate professor of computer science, patent 8,380,846: Automatic Clustering for Self-Organizing Grids Kanad Ghose, professor of computer science, patent 8,285,999: System and Method for Authenticating Remote Execution and patent 8,397,088: Apparatus and Method for Efficient Estimation of the Energy Dissipation of Processor-Based Systems Kartik Gopalan, associate professor of computer science, patent 8,280,976: Distributed Adaptive Network Memory Engine and patent 8,291,034: Centralized Adaptive Network Memory Engine Ronald Miles, distinguished professor of mechanical engineering, patent 8,276,254: Surface Micromachined Differential Microphone and patent 8,374,371: Miniature Non-Directional Microphone Bahgat Sammakia, vice president for research and distinguished professor of mechanical engineering, patent 8,277,112: Devices and Fluid Methods for Improving Mixing Zhongfei (Mark) Zhang, professor of computer science, patent 8,285,719: System and Method for Probabilistic Relational Clustering Chuan-Jian Zhong, professor of chemistry, patent 8,343,627: CoreShell Nanoparticles with Multiple Cores and a Method for Fabricating Them

Ronald Miles develops directional microphones for hearing aids that are inspired by the ears of a fly. He tests the devices in this new facility, an anechoic chamber that is one of the quietest places on the planet. To watch a video about it, visit go.binghamtom.edu/acoustics.

Binghamton University / Research Magazine / Winter 2014  

In this issue of Binghamton Research, you’ll see how Binghamton University faculty members are capitalizing on Big Data’s potential to impro...

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