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Company Information:

Company Name: Sci Engineered Materials, Inc.
City: Columbus
State: OH
Zip+4: 43228
Woman-Owned: No
Minority-Owned: No
HUBZone-Owned: No
Website URL: N/A
Phone: (614) 486-0261

Award Totals:

Program/Phase Award Amount ($) Number of Awards
SBIR Phase I $766,409.00 10
SBIR Phase II $3,017,185.00 5
STTR Phase I $99,988.00 1

Award List:

SUPERCONDUCTING CURRENT LEADS USING HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTORS

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1989 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Dr Edward R Funk , Principal Investigator
Award Amount: $49,968.00
Abstract:
In phase i various high temperature superconductors will be used in composite configurations with noble metals and low temperature superconductors to construct conductors to serveeither as "cold ends" or "intermediate-temperature ends" of current leads that will transport current from… More

THE USE OF HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTORS IN ELECTRONIC CIRCUITRY

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1991 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency / Branch: DOD / DARPA
Principal Investigator: Ed Funk , Principal Investigator
Award Amount: $49,548.00
Abstract:
The focus of this phase i proposal is the research into the use of high temperature superconductors (hts) in electronic circuitry in order to enhance the speed of performance of the electronic function. the resistivity of the circuitry causes delay of the siginal propogation. this delay is a large… More

SBIR Phase I: An Advanced Method to Manufacture Continuous Reacted Lengths of BSCCO-2212 Wires

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1998 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: NSF
Principal Investigator: Suvankar Sengupta
Award Amount: $97,252.00

Demonstrate the Feasibility of fabricating a Dual Microstructure YBCO Toroid Suitable for Gravity Shielding Experiments

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1998 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: NASA
Principal Investigator:
Award Amount: $70,000.00

N/A

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1999 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency: NASA
Principal Investigator:
Award Amount: $584,339.00

N/A

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1999 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency: NSF
Principal Investigator: Suvankar Sengupta
Award Amount: $399,855.00

STTR Phase I: NOx Sensors For Internal Combustion Engines

Award Year / Program / Phase: 1999 / STTR / Phase I
Agency: NSF
Research Institution: Ohio State University
Principal Investigator:
Award Amount: $99,988.00
RI Contact: N/A

SBIR Phase I: New Coordination Complexes for the Synthesis of Nanocrystalline SrRuO3.

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2001 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: NSF
Principal Investigator: Ramachandra Revur
Award Amount: $100,000.00
Abstract:
This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I project will investigate a method for making nanocrystalline strontium ruthenate (SrRuO3) using new coordination compounds. Strontium ruthenate has been identified as a replacement for pure metal electrodes in dielectric and ferroelectric… More

Feasibility of Cost Effective, Long Length, BSCCO 2212 Round Wires, for Very High Field Magnets, Beyond 12 Tesla at 4.2 Kelvin

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2002 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Suvankar Sengupta
Award Amount: $100,000.00
Abstract:
70375 Researchers continue to make progress toward the cost/performance goal for the metal oxide superconductors needed for high energy physics research. This project will forward this goal through the synthesis and integration of sub-micron and even nano-ceramic powders, combined with the… More

Feasibility of Cost Effective, Long Length, BSCCO 2212 Round Wires, for Very High Field Magnets, Beyond 12 Tesla at 4.2 Kelvin

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2003 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Suvankar Sengupta
Award Amount: $633,550.00
Abstract:
70375S02-II Researchers continue to make progress toward the cost/performance goal for the metal oxide superconductors needed for high energy physics research. This project will forward this progress through the synthesis and integration of sub-micron and even nano-ceramic powders, combined with… More

Feasibility of Cost Effective, Long Length, BSCCO 2212 Round Wires, for Very High Field Magnets, Beyond 12 Tesla at 4.2 Kelvin

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2003 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Suvankar Sengupta
Award Amount: $0.00
Abstract:
70375S02-II Researchers continue to make progress toward the cost/performance goal for the metal oxide superconductors needed for high energy physics research. This project will forward this progress through the synthesis and integration of sub-micron and even nano-ceramic powders, combined with… More

Feasibility of Cost-Effective, Long Length, BSCCO 2212 Round Wires, for Very High Field Magnets Beyond 12 Tesla at 4.2 Kelvin

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2005 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Scott S. Campbell, Dr.
Award Amount: $99,793.00
Abstract:
78404S Researchers continue to make progress toward the cost/performance goal for the metal oxide superconductors needed for high energy physics research. This project will forward this goal through the addition of dopants to high temperature superconductor ceramic powders, in order to provide… More

Flux Pinning Additions to Increase Jc Performance in BSCCO-2212 Round Wire for Very High Field Magnets

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2007 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Scott Campbell, Dr
Award Amount: $99,887.00
Abstract:
With the drive towards higher field dipole magnets ¿ the engineering goal for the near term (7-10 years) is at least 15 T ¿ the material requirements for superconductors are becoming stringent. While the processing and application of existing metal-based materials have advanced to a… More

Flux Pinning Additions to Increase Jc Performance in BSCCO-2212 Round Wire for Very High Field Magnets

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2008 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Scott Campbell, Dr
Award Amount: $749,898.00
Abstract:
With the drive towards higher-field dipole magnets, the material requirements for superconductors have exceeded the performance of existing metal-based super conductor materials. For this reason, the ceramic superconductor, bismuth strontium calcium copper oxide (BSCCO-2212), in the form of a… More

Homogenous BSCCO-2212 Round Wires for Very High Field Magnet Applications

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2008 / SBIR / Phase I
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Scott Campbell, Dr.
Award Amount: $99,961.00
Abstract:
With the drive towards higher-field dipole magnets, the material requirements for superconductors are becoming stringent. Compared to existing metallic superconductors, high-critical-temperature ceramic materials have the very significant advantage of extremely high critical field values. For this… More

Homogenous BSCCO-2212 Round Wires for Very High Field Magnet Applications

Award Year / Program / Phase: 2009 / SBIR / Phase II
Agency: DOE
Principal Investigator: Scott Campbell, Dr.
Award Amount: $649,543.00
Abstract:
With the drive toward higher-field dipole magnets, material requirements for superconductors are becoming stringent. Although the processing and application of existing metal-based materials have advanced to a significantly higher level than those of their ceramic high-critical-temperature… More