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Company Information:

Company Name: Gener8 Inc.
City: Sunnyvale
State: CA
Zip+4: 94085-
Woman-Owned: No
Minority-Owned: No
HUBZone-Owned: No
Website URL: N/A
Phone: (510) 798-5090

Award Totals:

Program/Phase Award Amount ($) Number of Awards
SBIR Phase I $801,814.00 7
SBIR Phase II $2,044,494.00 3
STTR Phase I $79,953.00 1

Award List:

High Throughput Fermentation and Cell Culture Device

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2004 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: David L. Klein, Dr.
Award Amount: $99,750.00
Abstract:
75861-The Genomes-to-Life program has plans for projects to grow multiple microorganisms in high throughput under a variety of carefully controlled-state conditions. In addition, recombinant clones will require cultures under controlled conditions at high levels of expression, high throughput, and… More

High Throughput Fermentation and Cell Culture Device

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2005 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: David L. Klein, Dr.
Award Amount: $744,608.00
Abstract:
75861S The Genomes-to-Life (GTL) program has plans to grow multiple microorganisms in high throughput under a variety of carefully controlled-state conditions. To accomplish this, technology will be required to: (1) grow specific biomass under well-characterized states for proteomics, (2) rapidly… More

High-Speed Electronically Tunable Fiber Optic Wavelength Filter

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2012 / STTR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / NAVY
Research Institution: Columbia University
Principal Investigator: William Bischel, General Manager Photonics – (650) 940-9898
Award Amount: $79,953.00
RI Contact: Richard Osgood
Abstract:
Gener8, Columbia University and Lockheed Martin will team to develop a high-speed electronically tunable wavelength filter. Columbia University has developed a method of fabricating thin-films of lithium-niobate called Crystal Ion Slicing (CIS). These thin films enable new electro-optical devices to… More

Quantum Communications Transmitter at 775 nm

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2012 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: NASA
Principal Investigator: William K. Bischel, Principal Investigator
Award Amount: $113,744.00
Abstract:
We propose a novel new architecture for a quantum communications laser transmitter that is designed for free-space polarization encoded quantum key distribution (QKD) between a spacecraft and a ground based system. The transmitter will operate at 775 nm, a wavelength that has previously been… More

Integrated 2.0 Micron Modelocked Laser for E-SASE Advanced Accelerator Applications

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2012 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: William Bischel, Dr. – 650-940-9898 x
Award Amount: $148,423.00
Abstract:
We propose a novel new architecture for a mode-locked laser at 2.0 microns that is designed to achieve sub-100 fs pulse widths for application to free-electron laser (FEL)-based light sources that are using the enhanced self-amplified spontaneous emission (ESASE). The laser design uses… More

Radhard Fiber-less Interferometric Optical Gyroscope

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2012 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOD
Principal Investigator: William K. Bischel, General Manager Photonics Products – (650) 520-7226
Award Amount: $99,993.00
Abstract:
We propose a radical new approach for to the design, fabrication, and testing of a fiber-less Interferometric Optical Gyroscope (IOG) that is designed for Acquisition, Tracking and Pointing applications. A prototype will be fabricated that is then irradiated with 200 kev Gama radiation. Pre and… More

Satellite Quantum Key Distribution System

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2012 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOD
Principal Investigator: William K. Bischel, General Manager Photonics Products – (650) 940-9898
Award Amount: $149,974.00
Abstract:
ABSTRACT: We propose a novel new architecture for a quantum communications laser transmitter that is designed for free-space quantum key distribution (QKD) between a LEO satellite and a ground based system. The transmitter will operate at 778 nm, a wavelength that has previously been analyzed to… More

Development of Line-narrowed Diode Pump Sources for DPAL systems

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2013 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOD
Principal Investigator: William K. Bischel, General Manager Photonics Products – (650) 940-9898
Award Amount: $99,973.00
Abstract:
We propose a radical new approach for to the design, fabrication, and packaging of a narrow-band semiconductor diode laser array pump source for a DPAL high energy laser system. The concept is scalable to kW class pump laser powers.

Integrated 2.0 Micron Modelocked Laser for E-SASE Advanced Accelerator Applications

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2013 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: William Bischel, Dr.
Award Amount: $999,919.00
Abstract:
We propose a novel new architecture for a mode-locked laser at 2.0 microns that is designed to achieve sub-100 fs pulse widths for application to free-electron laser (FEL)-based light sources that are using the enhanced self-amplified spontaneous emission (ESASE). The laser design uses… More

Bragg Grating Enhanced Narrowband Single Photon SPDC Source

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2013 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOC
Principal Investigator: William Bischel – (550) 940-9898
Award Amount: $89,957.00
Abstract:
Spontaneous Parametric Down conversion (SPDC) is currently an active research area in quantum communications (QC) to develop entangled single photon sources. However, the bandwidth of current SPDC sources is too broad for many applications. NIST researchers have modeled a solution to this problem… More

Bragg Grating Enhanced Narrowband Single Photon SPDC Source

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2014 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency / Branch: DOC / NIST
Principal Investigator: William Bischel – (650) 940-9898
Award Amount: $299,967.00
Abstract:
Spontaneous Parametric Down Conversion (SPDC) is currently an active research area in quantum communications (QC) to develop entangled single photon sources. However, the bandwidth of current SPDC sources is too broad for many applications. NIST researchers have modeled a solution to this problem… More