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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY21 is not expected to be complete until September, 2022.

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  1. Parallel Two-Electron Reduced Density Matrix Based Electronic Structure Software for Highly Correlated Molecules and Materials

    SBC: Q-CHEM, INC.            Topic: A14AT013

    The variational two-electron reduced-density matrix (v2RDM) method provides an effective framework for computer modeling of the electronic structure of complex molecules and materials that exhibit strong correlation effects. In Phase I and Phase II of this STTR we have demonstrated that the GPU-accelerated implementation of the v2RDM-based complete active space self-consistent field (v2RDM-CASSCF) ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Pulse Voltammetry Tools for Accurate and Rapid Analysis of Batteries

    SBC: CFD Research Corporation            Topic: A152092

    Pulse voltammetry techniques, coupled with model-based analysis tools, provide a number of advantages for quantitative analysis of electrochemically active materials that govern the performance of batteries and fuel cells. In prior Phase I and II research, CFD Research developed and validated computational models in software that reads voltammogram data from laboratory instruments; predicts the re ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. A Novel, Microscale, Distributable Sensor Technology for Ionizing Radiation

    SBC: CFD Research Corporation            Topic: DTRA14B004

    Terrorist use of radioactive nuclear materials via nuclear and/or radiological dispersion devices (dirty bombs) is a serious threat. Therefore, it is crucial to detect proliferation of nuclear material. Critical challenges include: (a) high sensitivity detection of signature emissions from radioactive isotopes, and (b) cost-effectiveness for deployment of sensor networks across large storage facil ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
  4. Thin Film Deposition of Highly Conductive Metals for Sensor Applications- Phase II

    SBC: Summit Information Solutions, Inc.            Topic: A17AT001

    Deposition of highly conductive, continuous thin film metals has proven to be a significant challenge. There are several techniques that allow deposition of these metals, but their application is limited to planar surfaces and only offer complete line of sight deposition. During a recent Phase I STTR project, Summit Information Solutions, Inc. (Summit), in partnership with University of Alabama in ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Printable Radar Absorbent Materials/Structures for Soldier Uniforms & Other Army Textiles

    SBC: Luna Innovations Incorporated            Topic: A18BT023

    Portable Advanced Battlefield and Ground surveillance radar can now provide effective detection of small targets, posing challenges for troop movement and stealth missions. Radar absorbent strategies have been achieved in composites and larger textile objects, but effective light-weight solutions for current operational clothing and individual equipment systems such as uniforms, knapsacks and body ...

    STTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. Rapid Prototyped 3D Printed Filters for CW Agent Protection

    SBC: TDA Research, Inc.            Topic: A18BT018

    Defense against chemical weapons is a critical DoD requirement. An effective defense requires the development of unique respirator systems that prevent inhalation of chemical warfare (CW) agents. In addition, the protective equipment exposed to CW agents must not pose a residual hazard after use in the battlefield. Existing respirator canisters remove CW agents, but they do not self-decontaminate ...

    STTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Malaria SHIELD™ Delivery System: Long-Term Malarial Chemoprophylactic Drug Releasing Implant

    SBC: Luna Innovations Incorporated            Topic: A18BT022

    Malaria infection and transmission is a continual threat to military and civilian communities across the world, but there are very low compliance rates with current preventative treatments due to gastrointestinal effects of anti-malarial medications, forgetfulness, and a low perception of risk. In order to address the need for a long-acting malaria treatment that bypasses the issue of compliance, ...

    STTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Carbon Nanotube Based Monolithic Millimeter-wave Integrated Circuits

    SBC: Carbonics, Inc.            Topic: A18BT004

    Within this STTR program, Carbonics will partner with USC to commercialize CNTFET based transistor technology that is compatible with wafer-scale monolithic integration process flows whilst offering exceptional performance at mm-Wave frequencies that can outperform incumbent semiconductor high frequency technologies (GaAs, SiGe, RF-CMOS).

    STTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. High Linearity RF Amplifiers from Carbon Nanotubes

    SBC: Carbon Technology, Inc.            Topic: A18BT004

    The Key to further improving the data rate in data communication while minimizing the power consumption is to improve the linearity of a power amplifiers in the system. Carbon Nanotube (CNT) offer intrinsically linear behavior, but to realize advanced linearity in a practical device requires high quality CNT material, and a fabrication process that can take the full advantage of the superior prope ...

    STTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. Deep Ultraviolet Light Sources for Water Purification and Surface Sterilization

    SBC: TRIPLE RING TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: A18BT006

    This proposal is related to the development of high efficiency ultraviolet (UV) light emitting devices (LEDs) operating at 265 nm and 219 nm, which have the potential to replace conventional mercury lamps for many applications including dinsinfection and water purification. To date, the wall-plug efficiency of commercial LEDs operating at 265 nm is in the range of 2-3%, which has been limited by t ...

    STTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
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