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Company Information:

Company Name:
AmplificationTechnologies, Inc.
Address:
50 Eisenhower Drive
Paramus, NJ
Phone:
(718) 951-8031
URL:
EIN:
383655445
DUNS:
134248751
Number of Employees:
6
Woman-Owned?:
No
Minority-Owned?:
No
HUBZone-Owned?:
No

Commercialization:

Has been acquired/merged with?:
N/A
Has had Spin-off?:
N/A
Has Had IPO?:
N/A
Year of IPO:
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Has Patents?:
N/A
Number of Patents:
N/A
Total Sales to Date $:
$ 0.00
Total Investment to Date $
$ 0.00
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Award Totals:

Program/Phase Award Amount ($) Number of Awards
SBIR Phase I $710,343.00 8
SBIR Phase II $1,199,442.00 2

Award List:

Novel Solid State Photodetector to Enable Future Scintillating Fiber Detection Experiments

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2005 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$100,000.00
Agency:
DOE
Principal Investigator:
Abstract:
78904S Many high energy physics experiments need sensitive photodetectors for scintillating fiber readout. Calorimeters and time-of-flight detectors currently use photomultipliers or avalanche photodiodes, but these photodetectors do not meet the requirements of future nuclear physics experiments… More

UV-Sensitive Solid State Photodetector for Dark Matter Detection Using Liquid Xenon

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2005 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$100,000.00
Agency:
DOE
Principal Investigator:
Abstract:
79574S05 Even though liquid xenon shows great promise for the next generation of dark matter searches, there is no photodetector that could be used effectively in these experiments. Of particular interest are solid state detectors with high gain, low noise, and sufficient spectral response at 178… More

Highly Sensitive Photon Counting Detectors for Deep Space Optical Communications

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2005 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$69,999.00
Agency:
NASA
Principal Investigator:
Alexander Krutov, Principal Investigator
Abstract:
A new type of a photon-counting photodetector is proposed to advance the state-of the-art in deep space optical communications technology. The proposed detector would operate at 1064 and 1550 nm, and combine high speed of operation with very gain and ultra low noise. The minimal expected parameters… More

Highly Sensitive Photon Counting Detectors for Deep Space Optical Communications

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2006 / SBIR / Phase II
Award Amount:
$599,545.00
Agency:
NASA
Principal Investigator:
Alexander V. Krutov, Principal Investigator
Abstract:
This project will focus on fabricating and optimizing a photodetector that utilizes the emerging technology of internal discrete amplification to create photon-counting sensitivity detectors with very high gain, ultra low noise, high quantum efficiency and GHz bandwidth for optical communications… More

Very High Gain and Low Noise Near Infrared Single Photon Counting Detectors and Arrays

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2010 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$99,975.00
Agency:
NASA
Principal Investigator:
Yuriy Yevtukhov, Principal Investigator
Abstract:
Amplification Technologies Inc ("ATI") proposes to develop the enabling material and device technology for the design of ultra low noise, high gain and low cross-talk & after pulsing near-infrared single photon counting photodetectors and photodetector arrays sensitive in the eyesafe wavelengths of… More

High Performance Negative Feedback Near Infrared Single Photon Counting Detectors & Arrays

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2010 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$99,981.00
Agency:
NASA
Principal Investigator:
Yuriy Yevtukhov, Principal Investigator
Abstract:
Amplification Technologies Inc ("ATI") proposes to develop the enabling material and device technology for the design of ultra low noise, high gain and high speed near-infrared single photon counting photodetectors and arrays sensitive in the 1000 nm to 1600 nm spectral region for long range space… More

High Performance Negative Feedback Near Infrared Single Photon Counting Detectors&Arrays

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2011 / SBIR / Phase II
Award Amount:
$599,897.00
Agency:
NASA
Principal Investigator:
Yuriy Yevtukhov, Principal Investigator
Abstract:
Amplification Technologies Inc ("ATI") proposes to develop the enabling material and device technology for the design of ultra low noise, high gain and high speed near-infrared single photon counting photodetectors and arrays sensitive in the 1000 nm to 1600 nm spectral region for long… More

Low Light, Short Wave Infrared, Solid State Photodetector

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2011 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$79,866.00
Agency:
DOD
Principal Investigator:
Rafael Ben-Michael, Sr. Research Scientist – (718) 951-8021
Abstract:
The objective of this proposal is to demonstrate the feasibility of the breakthrough technology of internal Discrete Amplification to design and develop low light level single photon sensitive short wave infrared photodetector. These short wave infrared photodetectors will have very high gain, ultra… More

Novel Low Light Level Solid State Imaging Arrays

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2011 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$60,636.00
Agency:
DOD
Principal Investigator:
Yuriy Yevtukhov, Vice President – (718) 951-8021
Abstract:
Amplification Technologies proposes to demonstrate the feasibility of developing novel low light level solid state imaging arrays utilizing the break through technology of discrete amplification technology with very high gain, low noise, high detection efficiency and having no external quenching… More

Acquisition, Tracking and Pointing Technologies for High Energy Laser Applications

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2013 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$99,886.00
Agency:
DOD
Principal Investigator:
Rafael Ben-Michael, Chief Technology Officer – (201) 880-8111
Abstract:
This proposal is directed toward Focus Area 1: Low noise high sensitivity and high bandwidth detector arrays at 1µm. Amplification Technologies Inc. has invented and demonstrated a fundamentally new technology to design and fabricate high-sensitivity photodetectors. We invented an amplification… More