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  1. Analysis Tools for Detection and Diagnosis of Biological Threats

    SBC: ALPHA-GAMMA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: CBD04113

    DNA microarray technology, in combination with statistical and predictive modeling tools, could be used to evaluate thousands of genes against distinct gene expression patterns induced by chemical/biological agents to provide early identification and speed therapeutic intervention. The overall objective of this Phase II effort is to leverage existing public domain resources and commercial tools t ...

    SBIR Phase II 2005 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
  2. Power The Force: Future Force Power Systems- Critical Enabler for Army Transformation

    SBC: Belle Aerospace Corp            Topic: A04098

    Efficient and portable POWER, to drive the Military's Future Combat technology and equipment is the key to a successful Future Force. Belle Aerospace Corporation is proposing a very compact, lightweight portable power generation system for use in small Military Tactical Generators (MTG) in the 250 to 2000 Watt power range. Using a proven generator and power electronics technology from Hamilton Sun ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. Multi-Resolution Representations and Simulation of Large Terrain Models

    SBC: COLLIDE, INC.            Topic: A03207

    We propose to develop multiresolution representations and algorithms for synthetic terrain environments. They will be used for representing large terrain models as well dynamic and atmospheric simulations. Our ultimate goal is to increase the validity of the simulation by incorporating the multiple models at varying resolutions. We will use the OneSAF simulation Product Line Architecture Framework ...

    SBIR Phase II 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  4. Insensitive Munitions Modeling and Simulation

    SBC: Corvid Technologies LLC            Topic: A05201

    Insensitive munitions (IM) design and testing for propulsion systems is hindered both by high test costs and the complexity of propellant responses to IM stimuli. Modeling and simulation tools for predictions of IM hazards are under development that characterize many of the pertinent phenomena, including damage sensitization to reaction and delayed-onset detonation. Such tools can provide many b ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Computer-Adaptive Assessment of Temperament to Support Personnel Selection and Classification Decisions

    SBC: DRASGOW CONSULTING GROUP LLC            Topic: A04029

    We intend to use our recently developed IRT model for scoring multidimensional pairwise preference items as the basis for a computerized adaptive test (CAT) that is designed to be fake resistant. The items will consist primarily of pairs of personality statements, on different dimensions, which are similar in social desiriability. A respondent's task will be to choose the statement in each pair ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. High Performance Longwave Infrared (LWIR) HgCdTe on Silicon

    SBC: EPIR TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: A04119

    It is critical in the field on infrared imaging to reduce array costs and simultaneously improve their performance. We propose to achieve both. The use of long wavelength infrared HgCdTe grown on Si substrates will reduce the array costs, increase its mechanical strength and permit the fabrication of larger area arrays than present-day technology based on bulk CdZnTe substrates. Performance enhanc ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Advanced High Operating Temperature Mid-Wave Infrared Sensors

    SBC: EPIR TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: A05052

    High sensitivity HgCdTe infrared arrays operating at 77K can now be tailored in a wide range of wavelengths. However, the cooling requirements make them bulky and unsuitable for many DOD applications. We propose two novel approaches to increase their operating temperature. In the first approach, we will demonstrate p-d-n equilibrium HgCdTe detectors. Because of the lack of symmetry between the va ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. High Performance Longwave Infrared (LWIR) HgCdTe on Silicon

    SBC: EPIR TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: A04119

    The use of Si-based composite substrates for HgCdTe infrared focal plane arrays holds the promise of improved resolution, greater robustness and lower cost as compared to arrays that employ the present-day standard CdZnTe substrates. The principal challenge associated with the use of Si-based substrates is the presence of dislocations, created by the large lattice mismatch, that thread into the Hg ...

    SBIR Phase II 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. Development of Low Stress Ohmic Contacts to HgCdTe

    SBC: EPIR TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: A05099

    The problem to be solved in the proposed work is that the deposition of the usual In and Au metal contacts on HgCdTe-based IR detectors creates additional stress in the HgCdTe immediately below the contacts, This stress has been observed to getter threading dislocations, which, in turn, creates misfit dislocation segments just below the detector surface and parallel to the surface, in the active a ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. Thermoelectric Cooling of Photodetector Arrays with HgCdTe-based Superlattices

    SBC: EPIR TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: A05T013

    The most challenging degrading effect on current state-of-the-art focal plane arrays is caused by the random spatial and temporal photoresponse nonuniformity of the pixels. We propose a major improvement by controlling the temperature of individual pixels with individual thermoelectric coolers. We will use HgxCd1-xTe/HgyCd1-yTe superlattices (SLs) as the thermoelectric material. Two major benefits ...

    STTR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
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