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  1. HIGH POWER DIODE-PUMPED LASER AMPLIFIER FOR LASER-DRIVEN ULTRAFAST TABLE-TOP SOFT X-RAY LASER SOURCES

    SBC: XUV LASERS, INC.            Topic: 08a

    The novel high energy, high average power, diode-pumped solid state lasers to be developed by this program will enable the realization of a new generation of high average power table-top x-ray laser sources with applications in ultrafast metrology of materials, studies of molecular structure and catalysis, ultra-high resolution microscopy, and other nanotechnology applications.

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of Energy
  2. REBCO Coated Conductor Cables for Fusion Magnets

    SBC: ADVANCED CONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGIES LLC            Topic: 22c

    The feasibility for fusion as a practical energy source needs to be enhanced significantly by removing some of the restrictions that low-temperature superconductors put on the fusion magnet systems. This can be done by using high-temperature superconductors, allowing for much larger temperature margins, a higher magnet performance and less mechanical degradation during operation. There are curren ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of Energy
  3. Cloud-based Scientific Workbench for Nuclear Reactor Simulation Life Cycle Management

    SBC: RNET TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: 30d

    The predictive modeling approaches and softwares being continually developed and updated by the DOE nuclear engineering scientists (under programs such as NEAMS, CASL, RISMC etc.) need to be efficiently transferred to the nuclear science and engineering community. An advanced workflow management workbench is required to allow efficient usage from small and large bossi- ness and research groups. Th ...

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of Energy
  4. Improved Capillary Guided Laser Wakefield Accelerators based on Diamond Materials

    SBC: EUCLID TECHLABS, LLC            Topic: 03d

    The laser plasma accelerator (LPA) is a very promising technology for generating gamma rays for the detection of contraband bulk nuclear materials, but is currently limited by the rate at which the beam can be pulsed. Erosion of the capillary plasma channel is the main limiting factor and can be mitigated through the use of artificial diamond to construct the channel. Computational modeling and ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of Energy
  5. Optical fiber integration into Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox/Ag/AgX and (RE)Ba2Cu3Ox superconducting coils

    SBC: Lupine Materials and Technology, Inc.            Topic: 27f

    High-temperature superconductors (HTS) are a vital technology for future particle accelerators, motors, generators and other electric power systems, fusion reactors, and many other medical and defense applications requiring high magnetic fields. One remaining limiting factor limiting to the implementation of HTS systems is the lack of adequate sensors to monitor the temperature and strain states o ...

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of Energy
  6. Design and Synthesis of Bio-inspired Macromolecules Containing Atomically Precise Catalytic Active Sites

    SBC: MAINSTREAM ENGINEERING CORP            Topic: 09d

    High selectivity in chemical reactions is the key to reducing costs, energy consumption and emissions in chemical processing. More selective and active catalysts will reduce the need for recovering unreacted chemicals for recycle and removing byproducts. Reducing the burden on separation processes will greatly reduce the energy required for chemical production. We will design macromolecular cataly ...

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of Energy
  7. Programmable, Extensible and Secure System for Software-Defined Multi-Domain Performance Monitoring

    SBC: Samraksh Company, The            Topic: 01a

    Successful adoption of open frameworks such as perfSONAR in Science DMZs within DOE labs, universities, and small-businesses, and the emerging trends of software-defined cloud platforms that inherently require multi-domain performance transparency are major drivers for a new market. However, perfSONAR framework and other proprietary solutions developed by industry cannot be effectively integrated ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of Energy
  8. Anti-Breakdown Coatings for High-Gradient Accelerator Structures

    SBC: Omega-P, Inc.            Topic: 39a

    Development of accelerator structures that can sustain acceleration gradients up to 150 MeV/m are required in order to build a future multi-TeV collider with an energy reach beyond present or planned electron-positron colliders. Limitations for operation with high acceleration gradient arise from RF breakdown. High-melting-point insulated coatings are to be applied first to test samples and to p ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of Energy
  9. Recovery Act- Development of a Fiber Based Source of High Average Power Ultrafast Pulses at 2.0 Microns

    SBC: KAPTEYN-MURNANE LABORATORIES, INC            Topic: 04d

    Bright coherent light sources in the soft x-ray region of the spectrum are useful for a variety of applications of interest to DOE in the basic sciences, nanoscience and biology, and for technological applications. At Free-Electron Laser Facilities, peak power output of the x-ray pulses is enhanced by using a mid-infrared laser pulse instead of a near-infrared pulse. The current front end for mid- ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of Energy
  10. Novel Module Architecture Development for Increased Reliability and Reduced Costs

    SBC: Creative Light Source, Inc            Topic: 07a

    Statement of Problem: The US DOE has set a goal to advance photovoltaics (PV) technology to reach installed costs of less than $1/Watt. This requires module costs below $0.50/ Watt. Thin film PV provides the lowest documented production cost per watt ($0.67) of any PV technology. Module reliability has a direct impact on the levalized cost of energy (LCOE), or the cost of the energy produced by ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
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