Clarkson enjoys an international reputation in research and educational programs in the fields of surface science and fine particle technology, including nano- and biomaterials. We work in partnership with industry leaders to develop technology for commercial application.
You will find more information at the Web site for our Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP), a research institute that draws several million dollars in research funding each year.
Greening the new Student Center
Thanks to Assistant Professor of Civil & Environmental engineering Narayanan Neithalath, the new Student Center utilizes locally produced concrete blocks that are more economical, energy-efficient and environmentally friendly than traditional ones.
Several professors in CAMP have been working to improve health, energy and environmental systems for the 21st century, including polymers to improve vision, tools for greener buildings, air purification, and biosensors for health and environmental monitoring. Read the story here.
Clarkson Professor Has Most Accessed Articles in ChemPhysChem Journal