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Advanced Energy Research & Technology Center (AERTC)

The Advanced Energy Center is a true partnership of Academic institutions, Research institutions, Energy providers and Industrial Corporations. Its mission is innovative energy research, education and technology deployment with a focus on efficiency, conservation, renewable energy, and nanotechnology applications for new and novel sources of energy.

David Hamilton,  Director of Operations
david.hamilton@stonybrook.edu
631-216-7400
www.aertc.org


Long Island High Technology Incubator (LIHTI)

The Long Island High Technology Incubator is a non-profit business incubator that supports and stabilizes early-stage, high-risk, high-tech businesses to enhance their opportunity for development and growth. We are dedicated to helping new technologically-innovative companies to mature by providing them with a variety of support resources and services. In addition to its beautiful setting, LIHTI’s location on the Stony Brook University campus enables the transfer of ideas from the University to the private sector. The companies that develop and grow as a result of being a part of the Incubator create jobs and expand the tax base on Long Island and in New York State. In its 16 years of operation, the incubator has housed over 70 companies, which have had a high survival rate upon graduating from the program.

Mr. Matthew Stadler
matthew.stadler@stonybrook.edu
631-727-4631
www.stonybrook.edu/calverton

 


Stony Brook University Business Incubator at Calverton

Stony Brook University's Incubator at Calverton was conceived as an economic engine to enhance Eastern Long Island's agricultural, aquacultural and environmental industries.  As one of Stony Brook's business incubators, Calverton is helping to create a new base of industries and higher paying jobs by promoting the survival and growth of its companies.  Tenants can take full advantage of vast resources to accelerate the research and development of products and/or services for introduction into the marketplace.  Our modern offices, conference rooms, laboratories with both fresh and salt-water access, as well as our new food processing facility provide an excellent working environment that focuses on the development of new ventures compatible with the unique economic setting of Long Island's East End.

Mr. Matthew Stadler
matthew.stadler@stonybrook.edu
631-727-4631
www.stonybrook.edu/calverton


Small Business Development Center

One of twenty-three campus-based regional Small Business Development Centers within New 
York State, the SBDC at Stony Brook brings together the resources of the University, the private   sector and government at all levels to assist entrepreneurs, business and industry in the solution of their problems, leading to increased productivity and profitability.  

Mr. Bernard Ryba, Executive Director
bernard.ryba@stonybrook.edu
631-632-9070
www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/sbdc/

 

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