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  1. Ultra-Lightweight, High-Efficiency Epitaxial Lift-Off Solar Cells and Arrays

    SBC: Microlink Devices, Inc.            Topic: N14AT003

    MicroLink Devices and the University of Notre Dame propose to develop an ultra-lightweight, high-efficiency, GaAs-based, multi-junction solar cell that will be suitable for use in future platforms requiring very high specific power (>3.0 kW/kg) and very high areal power density (>370 W/m2). We will achieve this result by reducing the metal content of MicroLinks current inverted metamorphic (IMM), ...

    STTR Phase I 2014 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Production of Chemical Reagents for Prompt-Agent-Defeat Weapons

    SBC: NALAS ENGINEERING SERVICES INC            Topic: DTRA14B001

    The US DoD requires robust ways of neutralizing threats posed by hostile powers and terrorist organizations that may be in possession of dangerous weapons of mass destruction (WMDs). Unfortunately, the weapons currently available to the DoD do not offer a way for the WMD to be destroyed without risking the spread of that material throughout the area. The strategy for the defeat of biological weapo ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
  3. Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Diver Thermal Human Interface

    SBC: Welkins, LLC            Topic: N15AT012

    This effort, led by WElkins, LLC and its research partner, Wheaton College, proposes to develop and test a next generation SDV human thermal interface system with major technical improvements in three areas: the thermal interface garment, umbilical connections, and fluid delivery system. To improve the thermal interface garment, WElkins proposes replacement of the current generation tube suit with ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Innovative Physics-based Modeling Tool for Application to Passive Radio Frequency Identification System on Rotorcraft

    SBC: DELCROSS TECHNOLOGIES, LLC            Topic: N15AT005

    It is well known that the interior air frame makes for a complex RF environment. This is due to the resonant electromagnetic cavity nature of the air frame interior, which is a result of a large internal volume and conductive boundaries. This complex interior presents a challenge in determining optimal placement of RFID tags. We propose to develop a physics based computational tool for optimizing ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. GaN for High Rep Rate Pulsed Power

    SBC: KYMA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: N15AT023

    Kyma will develop and model a modular high rep rate (>100kHz) photoconductive switch using GaN and commercial-off-the-shelf laser diodes. The switch will be designed to switch >1.5kV at >150A in 5-10ns.

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. More Efficient GaN- SiGe based MMICs for Communication and Radar Systems

    SBC: EPISENSORS, INC            Topic: N14AT007

    Active Electronic Scanned Array (AESA) radars play a strategic role in surveillance and reconnaissance. A GaN based T/R circuit will be radiation-hard but difficult to integrate with the remainder of the signal chain due to incompatible technologies. SiGe HBT technology, with its high frequency performance and the ability to blend in with CMOS, can act as a bridge between the high frequency III-V ...

    STTR Phase I 2014 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. Plasma Electrolytic Diffusion Treatments for Reduced Electrochemical Current Density in Aircraft Structural Fasteners

    SBC: IBC Materials & Technologies, LLC            Topic: N14AT014

    Modern aircraft make extensive use of fasteners made of steel, titanium, nickel and other alloys mated with aluminum and composite airframe materials. This coupling of dissimilar materials yields galvanic corrosion issues, which degrades mechanical integrity, is costly to inspect, and poses a safety and reliability risk. Traditional design approaches of corrosion rate predictions based on open cir ...

    STTR Phase I 2014 Department of DefenseNavy
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