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Workshops and Collaborations

College of Engineering and Applied Sciences – SUNY Fashion Institute of Design

Faculty and administrators convened at CEWIT, on the Stony Brook University campus to discuss the convergence of design and engineering, and to spur and support research and undergraduate education collaborations.

Convened November 16, 2017. For more information, contact

College of Engineering and Applied Sciences - School of Medicine Workshop on Engineering-Driven Medicine

The workshop was structured to synergize Stony Brook University strengths in the convergence of engineering and medicine and help formulate broad agenda for the future. Participants are faculty researchers across campus interested in engineering-driven medicine.

Energy Systems for Sustainability Workshop: A College of Engineering and Applied Science Initiative

Building on current strengths and in response to the major societal challenges of our time, the College of Engineering and Applied Science is aligning its research vision to focus on  cross-cutting themes of major societal significance.

Convened July 26, 2016. For more information, contact

Charting Interdisciplinary Approaches to Cancer Research

Co-organized by CEAS, Stony Brook Cancer Center, School of Medicine, the Laufer Center for Physical & Quantitative Biology, and the Office of Vice President of Research the workshop convened clinicians, scientists and engineers to share ideas, stimulate creative collaboration and kick off  a seed funding campaign for interdisciplinary cancer research.

Convened December 16, 2016. For more information, contact

Stony Brook Cyber Day 2016

Hosted by the National Security Institute ( NSI), the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences convened the Stony Brook Cyber Day, to address the challenges of a future dominated by automation, and collaborate on to ways to improve security and privacy. NSI, part of the Department of Computer Science in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, is currently conducting over $10M in cyber security research through grants from the National Science Foundation, U.S. Army Research Laboratory’s Army Research Office, Office of Naval Research, and private industry.