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Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology
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Overview: The Center of Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology

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A general overview of the Center; our mission, research areas, commercialization, facts, and figures. Learn more by visiting www.cewit.org, or joining our mailing list. CEWIT is pleased to share news …

A general overview of the Center; our mission, research areas, commercialization, facts, and figures. Learn more by visiting www.cewit.org, or joining our mailing list. CEWIT is pleased to share news & events, upcoming conferences, and opportunities for partnership.

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  • 1. Research and Development Park AERTC CEWIT Bio Medical Technology Mezzanine
  • 2. CEWIT AERTC CEWIT Bio Medical Technology Mezzanine
  • 3. AERTC AERTC CEWIT Bio Medical Technology Mezzanine
  • 4. CEWIT Mission  Conduct first-class interdisciplinary research and development in wireless and information technology  Foster new enterprise development  Address skilled technology worker shortage
  • 5. R&D Divisions  Network Technologies  Software Systems  Communications and Devices  Systems and Infrastructure  Medical Devices and Technologies  Smart Energy
  • 6. Facility  100,000 square-foot, state-of-the- art building  40 new research laboratories  7,000 square-foot incubator space  First building in Stony Brook University Research and Development Park
  • 7. Facility  State-of-the-art Data Center  Direct 500Mbps Internet Connection with     redundancy 20Gbps backbone over CAT7a & fiber optical network cabling 100% WiFi, WiMax Coverage VoIP Unified Communication Private Enterprise Computing Cloud and Storage Cloud
  • 8. Interdisciplinary R&D Computer Science Electrical & Applied Mathematics & Computer Statistics Engineering Mechanical Medicine Engineering Health Technology Management CEWIT Material Science & Engineering Biomedical Psychology Technology & Engineering Society
  • 9. Strategic Focus Areas Imaging and visual computing Intelligent information systems Sensor networks and mobile computing Cyber security Cloud computing High performance computing Homeland security  Smart grid  Wireless medicine  Biomedical informatics       
  • 10. Worldwide Partnerships  Industry – large, medium and small scale enterprises  National research laboratories  Domestic and foreign academic institutions  High-tech startups  CEWIT Korea
  • 11. Advisory Boards  Industry Advisory Board  Medical Advisory Board  Scientific Council  Technology Council
  • 12. Accomplishments  Over $160 million in industry commitments matching $50      million state capital award More than 320 projects completed with industry partners More than 210 projects completed with federal agencies 123 invention disclosures, 36 US patents issued, 12 licenses More than 680 research publications 4 new startups companies based on CEWIT innovations
  • 13.  CEWIT Korea Sister organization in Songdo, Incheon Free Economic Zone (IFEZ)  Established to commercialize technologies and spur economic growth  Collaborations between US and Korean academic and industrial organizations  Focus on smart energy, transportation, collaborative networking, transparent computing, visual computing, and healthcare  Emphasize fast design, agile development, and short time-to-market
  • 14. Advanced Energy Center (AEC)  Broad based interdisciplinary research programs  State-of-the-art laboratories to develop advanced energy technologies  Full scale demonstration, benchmarking and testing facilities for smart grid development  Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum building
  • 15. Virtual Colonoscopy  Volume rendering to generate view of colon wall  Virtual view similar to optical colonoscopy view Virtual Optical Virtual Optical  “CT virtual colonoscopy … is an accurate screening method … and compares favorably with optical”  New England Journal of Medicine, 2003
  • 16. Immersive Gigapixel Display – The Reality Deck     Massive Immersive Visualization Environment. 308 LCD Displays – a total of 1.2 billion pixels worth of resolution, rivaling the acuity of the human ocular system. 85 high end workstations with multiple Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) drive the displays and offer massive computational and visualization capabilities. Development of novel interaction techniques via Motion Tracking, Gestures, etc.
  • 17. GigaPixel Image  President Barack Obama’s Inaugural Address  Shanghai, 272 Gigapixels  London  Paris  Prague, Strahov Library
  • 18. Designing Architecture and Fastest Superconductor Chips @ SBU  Prof. Mikhail Dorojevets: Ultra High Speed Computing Lab, ECE Dept.  Developing architecture and new design techniques for 20-50 GHz superconductor processors  Designing experimental superconductor chips in collaboration with the U.S. companies and Japanese Universities and foundries The first-ever 20 GHz 8-bit superconductor IC designed, fabricated and demonstrated operation in a joint SBU-Hypres, Inc. project (April 2011)  20 GHz 8-bit processor datapath chip:  Development of an architecture and cell-level design @SBU  A joint project with Hypres, Inc. (Elmsford, NY)  30 GHz 16-bit processor (international project):  Development of an architecture and complete chip design @SBU  A joint project with Japanese Universities at Yokohama and Nagoya, and superconductor foundry at Tsukuba (Japan)  Successful experimental demonstrations in 2011  20 GHz 8-bit processing unit
  • 19. Computer-Aided Remote Diagnosis of Acute Chest Pain
  • 20. Computer Augmented Rehabilitation a person’s  Games are likely to engage attention  Traditional training/exercises are often boring and repetitive  Games can challenge the player to achieve sustained success  Progression to increasingly difficult levels  Games can aid the management of pain  Cognitive tasks and attention distractions can block the perception of pain  “Wiihabilitation”
  • 21. CEWIT Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Labs  Collaboration with BNL, CSHL, NYU, Albert Einstein, UCLA, WUSTL, and Univ. of Colorado.  Collaboration with Computer Sciences, Anesthesiology, Biomedical Engineering, Hematology, Medicine, Pathology, Pharmacology, Psychology, Psychiatry, and Radiology.  Imaging Informatics, Biostatistics & Bioinformatics, Geo-statistics
  • 22. Biostatistics/Bioinformatic  s Genome-wide association studies of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) on nicotine addiction (BNL/WUSTL)  Network analysis of SNPs and risk analysis of SNPs on nicotine addiction. Below are the SNP networks of controls, nicotine addicted subjects and the combined groups. 24
  • 23. Prevention of Lost Personal Items in Long Term Care Facilities  Primary points of loss    On food trays after meals -> Equip dining hall attendants with wearable reader modules In sheets and clothes going to laundry -> Install RFID enabled portals in laundry path Additional readers at strategic points such as garbage disposal
  • 24. Specimen Tracking Send Print tag and label Permanents collection Enter specimen details Fresh and Frozen, Hand Carried Receive Reconcile Read Specimen details Send the specimen to destination Track at all times over Wifi.
  • 25. Home of the Future  Apartment in CEWIT building with sensors and RFID readers  Modeling and recognizing human activity from sensor data  Responding to the environment  Applications: assisted living, home care, chronic disease management, preventive care
  • 26. Large-Scale News/Blog Analysis scale text analysis system which tracks Lydia is a large millions of entities in the news across newspapers and blogs on an ongoing daily basis.
  • 27. Energy Efficient Utility Monitoring/Metering Internet System Architecture Broadband connection DSL/Cable WiFi router ZigBee-based water meter WiFi ZigBee-based electric meter Control Box ZigBee ZigBee-based gas meter Water utility Company servers Electrical utility Gas utility Company Company servers servers
  • 28. Minimizing “Light Pollution” from Windmill Farm Using WiFi Mesh Network
  • 29.  Cyber-Security  Regulatory Compliance  Privacy and Data Confidentiality  Interoperability and Standards  Transparent Infrastructure Scalability  New Energy Efficient Designs  Application Deployment Mechanisms  Economic Modeling of new Market  Portability for Legacy IT in Clouds
  • 30. Smart Grid  Fundamental technologies that will drive the Smart Grid  Integrated communications  Sensing and measurement  Cybersecurity  Data management and visualization
  • 31. Smart Transit  Real-time Tracking of Buses  Wi-Fi access  Real-time Content Delivery
  • 32. Visit Us Online at www.cewit.org

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