Sentencing for Alain Kaloyeros on federal corruption charges has been pushed to December as his legal team has asked for more time to provide information for a pre-sentencing report, according to court filings.

Kaloyeros, the former president and chief executive officer of SUNY Polytechnic Institute, now will be sentenced on federal corruption charges Tuesday, Dec. 11, in Federal District Court in Manhattan.

He was scheduled to be sentenced Thursday.

In mid-July, federal jurors found Kaloyeros guilty of conspiring to rig bids favoring specific developers on state projects. A jury found him guilty of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and two counts of wire fraud.

"The additional time will permit Dr. Kaloyeros to confer further with the United States Probation Office regarding the pre-sentence report and more fully respond to the proposed sentencing guidelines calculation," reads a letter to District Court Judge Valerie Caproni from Kaloyeros’ attorney Michael C. Miller.

The final is due Nov. 15.

Kaloyeros was one of the driving forces behind the Nano Utica initiative at SUNY Polytechnic in Marcy where two major companies at the time of his arrest were to invest billions of dollars for nanotechnology research and manufacture.

Austrian-based AMS was to generate as many as 4,000 new jobs by 2025 and build a $2 billion chip fabrication plant. GE was to invest $150 million at Quad-C.

The focus of the Kaloyeros trial was on alleged back-room dealing behind Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s ambitious plan to invest more than $1 billion in waterfront parks, modern factories and in medical and technology facilities in Buffalo, the state’s second-largest city.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.