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Radiation Monitoring Devices, Inc.

Company Information
44 Hunt St #2
Watertown, MA 02472-4624
United States


DUNS: 073804411

# of Employees: 92

Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No

Award Charts

Award Listing

  1. Manufacturing and Packaging of Reliable Bialkali Photocathodes via Sputtering

    Amount: $999,861.00

    The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) at BNL is the nation’s premier quantum chromodynamics (QCD) research facility. Its future upgrade calls for the implementation of electron cooling strategi ...

    SBIRPhase II2018Department of Energy
  2. Robust Kr-85 Detectors for New Waste Cask Design

    Amount: $1,009,731.00

    Dry cask storage systems (DCSS) are used to store spent nuclear fuel from nuclear power plants. Without a long term storage solution in place, storage for decades in casks may be required. High burnup ...

    SBIRPhase II2018Department of Energy
  3. NDT System for Metal Components in Concrete Structures

    Amount: $1,009,268.00

    Improved NDT (non-destructive testing) techniques are needed for inspection of concrete structures in nuclear power plants. Steel reinforcements embedded within concrete can corrode and crack, leading ...

    SBIRPhase II2018Department of Energy
  4. Novel Process for Realization of High-QE Bialkali Photocathodes

    Amount: $149,997.00

    Nuclear detection and spectroscopy is used to detect and characterize global nuclear security threats and prevent spread of materials, technology, and expertise related to weapons of mass destruction. ...

    SBIRPhase I2018Department of Energy
  5. Commercial ALD Process for Elimination of Memory Effects in Xe Beta Cells

    Amount: $150,000.00

    There is a need to improve the monitoring techniques for radioactive xenon (Xe) in the atmosphere, so that clandestine nuclear test explosions can be confirmed. The equipment used for the detection of ...

    SBIRPhase I2018Department of Energy
  6. Metallic Superconducting Bolometers for Rare Particle Detection

    Amount: $149,997.48

    One of the major objectives in high energy particle physics and a top priority for the Department of Energy is the elucidation of the nature of dark matter, a discovery which would truly be transforma ...

    SBIRPhase I2018Department of Energy
  7. Augmented Reality Field Support System for Mitigating Workforce Shortages

    Amount: $149,942.00

    Electric Grid maintenance and repair requires highly skilled labor to complete necessary critical tasks. Currently, much of the experienced- workforce is rapidly approaching retirement and there is th ...

    SBIRPhase I2018Department of Energy
  8. Hyperfast Silicon Detector Modules for Particle Detection

    Amount: $149,939.25

    Advancement in detector technology is continuously ongoing as the needs of high-energy experimental facilities evolve. For example, upgrades are needed at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) as the lumino ...

    SBIRPhase I2018Department of Energy
  9. Gradient Index Nanostructures for Enhanced Scintillation Light Extraction

    Amount: $149,966.39

    Scintillators coupled to photomultiplier tubes or silicon photomultipliers are the most common detectors for X- ray/gamma ray detection, and recent years have seen the development of many excellent sc ...

    SBIRPhase I2018Department of Energy
  10. High Power Ceramic Disk Lasers with Gradient Doping Made by Direct Ink Writing

    Amount: $149,993.98

    The power output of the high power lasers used in physics research is limited by the materials available for making the gain media in the laser. Future increases in power will require new and better m ...

    STTRPhase I2018Department of Energy
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