Faculty Profile: Dr. Andrea Dziubek, Applied Mathematics

From the capital of Germany to the rolling hills of Indiana, Dr. Andrea Dziubek has brought her specialty in Applied Mathematics around the world. And now she brings that knowledge, along with her worldwide experiences, to SUNY Poly as an Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics. “My colleagues here at SUNY Poly are great, with expertise […]

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Student Profile: Nadia Suguitan, Nanoscale Engineering and Applied Mathematics ’19

Many students often begin their college career unsure of what they want to specialize in over the course of their academic career – but not Nadia Suguitan. Nadia, a Nanoscale Engineering and Applied Mathematics major at SUNY Poly’s Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE), knew exactly what her interests were and the type of […]

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Student Profile: Tanzid Sultan, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics `16

Tanzid Sultan can usually be found curled up at the Peter Cayan library or somewhere else on campus, reading something related to physics. His interest in physics began in high school, but he never believed it was a field that he would devote his life to. Instead, he was encouraged to study engineering. When he […]

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Graduate Student Q + A: Garrett Hassard, Accounting, B.S. ’20

Name: Garrett Hassard Degree: M.S. in Accountancy with a focus in Forensic Accounting and Valuation Hometown: Oneonta, NY Expected Graduation Year: May 2022 Why did you choose SUNY Poly? I chose SUNY Poly because of the small class sizes and because accounting, my area of study, is accredited by the AACSB, which only 5% of […]

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Niranjan Addanki, Computer & Information Science, M.S., ’18: ‘SUNY Poly was a game changer for me’

A few years before moving to New York City to pursue a career in cybersecurity – specifically within the specialty of bot mitigation – SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) alumnus Niranjan Addanki could be found scrambling between classrooms in Donovan Hall, eagerly working to tackle his next big-data research project. A native of India, Niranjan […]

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Internship Q & A: Colin Henkler, IPG Photonics

Name: Colin Henkler Expected Graduation: May 2019 Program of Study: Nanoscale Engineering and Applied Mathematics Internship Organization: IPG Photonics Organization’s area of work: IPG Photonics is a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance fiber lasers and amplifiers. What did you focus on during your internship program? While at IPG Photonics I was a wafer processing […]

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Student Profile: Elena Musteata, Nanoscale Science ’18

A rising junior at SUNY Poly, Elena Musteata is not spending her summer lying around. The Toronto native, who double majors in applied mathematics and nanobioscience is occupying her summer with a coveted internship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Washington, D.C. Musteata was chosen for the NIST Summer Undergraduate Research […]

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Not Your Average Boot Camp!

Computational Boot Camp ’15 & the SUNY STEM Passport Program A dozen students from SUNY Poly, SUNY Poly’s CNSE, Stony Brook University, SUNY Buffalo, and University of Albany convened at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica this summer for a boot camp unlike any other. The two-week computational boot camp, led by SUNY Poly faculty members Andrea Dziubek, Edmond […]

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