UNIVERSAL INSTRUMENTS SUPPORTS BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY WITH GIFT
November 15, 2004
Universal Instruments Corp. has presented Binghamton University's Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science with one of their leading-edge high accuracy surface mount placement platforms to support small systems packaging educational and research programs in the Department of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering (SSIE) and Integrated Electronics Engineering Center (IEEC). The equipment donated - an AdVantis AFC-42 platform - will be used by students and faculty in the Watson School labs to study the placement of chips, fine pitch semiconductors and end-of-the-line assembly tasks.
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