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    • Safety and efficacy of megakaryocytes induced from hematopoietic stem cells in murine and nonhuman primate models 

      Guan, Xin; Qin, Meng; Zhang, Yu; Wang, Yanan; Shen, Bin; Ren, Zhihua; Ding, Xinxin; Dai, Wei; Jiang, Yongping (Stem Cells Translational Medicine, 2016)
      Because of a lack of platelet supply and a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved platelet growth factor, megakaryocytes have emerged as an effective substitute for alleviating thrombocytopenia. Here, we report the ...
    • Scalable fabrication of coupled NV center - photonic crystal cavity systems by self-aligned N ion implantation 

      Schröder, Tim; Walsh, Michael; Zheng, Jiabao; Mouradian, Sara L.; Li, Luozhou; Malladi, Girish; Bakhru, Hassaram; Lu, Ming; Stein, Aaron; Heuck, Mikkel; Englund, Dirk (2017, 2017)
      Towards building large-scale integrated photonic systems for quantum information processing, spatial and spectral alignment of single quantum systems to photonic nanocavities is required. Here, we demonstrate spatially ...
    • Secure Routing in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks 

      Jadhav, Sumedh; Hash, Larry; Adviser (2016-05-01)
      The detailed study investigates the various problems faced by Mobile Ad hoc Networks because of their inherent characteristics. The characteristics make these networks vulnerable to various attacks. The attack known to be ...
    • SECURITY CHALLENGES IN SDN IMPLEMENTATION 

      Patil, Pradnya; Hash, Larry; Advisor; White, Joshua; Reviewer; Tekeoglu, Ali, Reviewer (2018-05)
      This study analyzes how security challenges caused by data and control layer separation in the SDN, such as Denial of Service attacks and unauthorized access attacks, limit SDN deployment. This study also offers network ...
    • Self-Study 2016: A Self-Study Submitted to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education 

      SUNY Polytechnic Institute (2016-01-06)
      The narrative and appendices contained herein comprise the revised Self Study document for SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) as part of its decennial evaluation by the Middle States Commission of Higher Education ...
    • Sense Making Methodology: A Study of the Impact of a New Technology on Banking Culture 

      Smith, Daniel J. (2012-12-01)
      The purpose of this paper is to explore the possibility that Remote Deposit Capture technology has enhanced productivity and culture at ABC Credit Union. This study used relevant literature as well as qualitative research ...
    • SipNrate: Mobile Application for New York State Wines 

      Choquette, Rebecca E (2015-12)
      It is estimated that 893 million gallons of wine were consumed in 2014, according www.wineinstitute.org, which is an increase of 228 million gallons from ten years ago. In addition mobile phone usage has soared with 90% ...
    • Smart Technologies in a Technology Classroom: Integration Investigation of Smart board and Smart Notebook into 7-12 Technology Education Classroom 

      Owens, Travis H. (2012-04-01)
      The project explores how the different uses of Smart technologies (Smart Board and Smart Notebook) can aide in teaching technology education and address New York State and ITEEA (International Technology and Engineering Educators ...
    • Social Media Emoji Analysis, Correlations and Trust Modeling 

      Preisendorfer, Matthew; Sengupta, Sam; Adviser; White, Joshua; Adviser; Tekeoglu, Ali; Adviser (2018-01-18)
      Twitter is an ever-growing social-media platform where users post tweets, or small messages, for all of their followers to see and react to. This is old news of course, as the platform first launched over ten years ago. ...
    • Spanning Tree Protocol 

      Kasu, Sivalasya; Hash, Larry; Adviser; Marsh, John; Reviewer; Bull, Ronny; Reviewer (2015-05-21)
      This technology case study focuses on Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). The Spanning Tree Protocol is a layer2 protocol that ensures a loop free topology for any LAN network. The basic function of STP is to prevent loops in ...
    • Spectral element method for stability analysis of milling processes with discontinuous time-periodicity 

      Lehotzky, David; Insperger, Tamas; Khasawneh, Firas; Stepan, Gabor (International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2017)
      This paper presents an application of the spectral element method for the stability analysis of regenerative machine tool chatter models in milling operations. An extension of the spectral element method is introduced in ...
    • Sql Course Development Via Scaffolding, Social Constructivism, & Fantasy Football 

      Thornton, Shawna (2013-12-01)
      Applying scaffolding and social constructivist concepts in online learning environments requires consideration of multimedia design and the impact it has on learning achievement. Online learning is transforming students’ ...
    • Strategic Plan 2020 

      Durgin, William (2012-12-01)
      As a polytechnic institution, SUNYIT offers professional, technical and liberal arts programs, combining theory and practice to prepare graduates for rewarding careers that will enable them to be contributing members of ...
    • Strong photoluminescence enhancement of silicon oxycarbide through defect engineering 

      Ford, Brian; Tabassum, Natasha; Nikas, Vasileios; Gallis, Spyros (Materials, 2017-04-23)
      The following study focuses on the photoluminescence (PL) enhancement of chemically synthesized silicon oxycarbide (SiCxOy) thin films and nanowires through defect engineering via post-deposition passivation treatments. ...
    • Struggling to start over: human rights challenges for Somali Bantu refugees in the United States 

      Coughlan, Reed; Stam, Kathryn; Kingston, Lindsey (Taylor and Francis, 2015-07-09)
      Despite persistent challenges to successful refugee resettlement in the United States, migration from Somalia has attracted little widespread attention from human rights scholars. Utilizing longitudinal data from qualitative ...
    • The Student Commons 

      Stokes, Amy (2011-09-01)
      Over the past decade, distance learning has grown (in popularity) and developed at such a fast rate that getting your degree online is now accepted as a popular alternative to traditional face-to-face education (Connolly, ...
    • Study of Brain Computer Interfacing (BCI) with Cochlear Implant as an Example 

      Roy, Debsuta; Hash, Larry; Advisor (2016-08)
      Brain Computer interfacing (BCI) has been under constant research to improvise the pathway amongst the brain and outside subject in several characteristics. This technology is being widely appreciated as the world tends ...
    • Substrate dielectric effects on graphene field effect transistors 

      Hu, Zhaoying; Sinha, Dhiraj Prasad; Lee, Ji Ung; Liehr, Michael (Journal of Applied Physics, 2014)
      Graphene is emerging as a promising material for future electronics and optoelectronics applications due to its unique electronic structure. Understanding the graphene-dielectric interaction is of vital importance for the ...
    • SUNYIT History 

      Swann, John; Narrator; Panebianco, Anthony; Dean-Kelly, Louise; Sarner, Ronald; Novillo, Jorge; Torok, Carol; Schabert, Daniel; Hakken, David; Connors, Frances; Hall, James Allan; Smith, Milt; Hochberg, Michael; Murray, Sharon; Murabito, William; Wranesh Cook, Mary Lou; Harris, Malcolm "Bud"; Ouderkirk, Sandra (SUNY IT Instructional Resources, 2007-01)
      Oral history of SUNYIT from Faculty and Staff.
    • Supplemental Teaching Tools: Will They Help Students Improve Their Learning Capabilities? 

      Cirillo, Mary Catherine (2012-12-01)
      This project explores the use of supplemental teaching tools as an aid to a traditional lecture course. The website is geared for a community college course in Advertising and/or History of Visual Communication. I also ...