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Achieve your R&D goals
faster, smarter and with less risk!



Dear Business Leader,

Do you want to keep your competitive edge?

Technology companies face an ongoing challenge to maintain their competitiveness and the vibrancy of their intellectual property portfolios.  It is precisely against this challenge to which the Sensor CAT is able to apply material and logistical resources, granted us by the New York State Legislature to assist companies achieve their objectives.

That's why you need to work with Sensor CAT.

Once you engage in collaborative R&D with our Stony Brook University facility, you gain our immediate help in developing new products, and patents that will keep you at the forefront of your market.
The Sensor CAT aids this process in part as co-funder of collaborative R&D projects. Many new products and patents have thus come under the ownership of sponsoring companies, and new companies spun off with our participation.

Out of collaborative projects also come students - your prospective employees - already prepared with special training in your company's technology and product concerns. We also aid companies by providing support letters to proposals, and participate in collaborative proposals. We and Stony Brook University, and the SUNY Research Foundation, are accustomed to commercial conditions of confidentiality as well.

But  that's not even the best part...

We are proud of our track record of helping many technology companies achieve their R&D goals faster, and with less risk. Sensor CAT supported projects mean new products, jobs and patents which rebound to our corporate partners, and to the New York economy.
We look forward to helping you and your company to continue to blaze a trail of innovation and success. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time to discuss your prospective needs in thechnology or to arrange a visit.


Serge Luryi
Founding Director, Sensor CAT

Suffolk Hall, Room 115B
SUNY at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY 11794-3717

tel. 631-632-1368
fax. 631-632-8529
e-mail: lweber@ece.sunysb.eduu



Sensor CAT
Suffolk Hall, Room 115B
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-6217