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  1. Ultra-High Energy Resolution Electron Monochromator for Atomic Resolution Studies

    SBC: Nion Co            Topic: C5313a

    C53-13a-271299A recent development in electron microscopes improved energy resolution ten times, enabling a new field of science: the study of atomic vibrations at the nanometer scale, down to single atoms. The proposed development will improve the energy resolution 3x further, extending the field to new areas including quantum information technology. A new type of electron monochromator, used tog ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Toward multi-threaded concurrency in HDF5.

    SBC: LIFEBOAT LLC            Topic: C5302a

    C53-02a-271303Open-source standard scientific software and hierarchical data format for data management is the de facto standard for scientific and engineering applications. It is widely used in large-scale simulations of physical phenomena, aircraft flight testing, high-speed neutron and X-ray detectors data acquisition, and many more. One of the known limitations of the software is a lack of mul ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  3. High-Temperature Electronics for Real-Time, In-Line Monitoring of Molten Salt Reduction and Oxidation (RedOx)

    SBC: OZARK INTEGRATED CIRCUITS INC            Topic: C5320b

    C53-20b-271305The prospect of nuclear power produced with advanced molten salt-cooled reactor (MSR) designs has garnered the attention of the Department of Energy in conjunction with the private sector. The salts are used to transfer heat from the reacting fuel. All designs describe a chemically stable salt with a melting point near 500°C, heated by the nuclear reaction to a temperature near 700 ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  4. A Robust, Remote, Real-Time Monitor for Orthophosphate

    SBC: QUANTITATIVE BIOSCIENCES, INC.            Topic: C5325a

    C53-25a-271316Increasing demands on the Nation’s vital natural resources will require extensive and ambitious R&D efforts aimed at achieving a predictive understanding of complex biological, earth, and environmental systems. Recent advances in sensing and machine learning technologies are opening up the possibility for “smart sensor” approaches to automation and optimization of data collecti ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Advanced Manufacturing and Smoothing of X-Ray Mirrors, Phase II

    SBC: OPTIMAX SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: C5307a

    C53-07a-271318The advancement of grazing incidence X-ray optic technologies brings promise of new discoveries and novel applications for synchrotron applications, space exploration, and more. However, these goals are limited by the current state of the art of domestic manufacture and metrology of diffraction-limited x-ray mirrors, specifically those for synchrotron applications. This proposal outl ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Development and Commercialization of an Integrating, Gain-Autoranging Hybrid Pixel X-ray Detector

    SBC: RAYONIX, L.L.C.            Topic: C4921a

    C49-21a-271327 Many fields of science and applied science use X-rays to study matter at small and fast scales, and the knowledge from these experiments helps power the world economy. Powerful X-ray light source facilities such as synchrotrons and free electron lasers have been developed to study the structure of matter down to the atomic scale, and they can even create “molecular movies” of ch ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  7. Robust Split Laser Sensor for Harsh Environment Sensing Applications

    SBC: METROLASER, INCORPORATED            Topic: C5324a

    C53-24a-271332For long-term CO2 sequestration monitoring, it is important to detect elevated levels of metal contaminants such as Ca, K, Sr, etc., is soil and water as it can provide an early detection of CO2 leakage from geologic carbon storage. Technologies are also needed for direct and in situ measurements of greenhouse gases, CO2 and CH4 for environmental monitoring. For in situ and real-time ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Helium Flow Meter

    SBC: HYPERBOLOID LLC            Topic: C5334b

    C53-34b-271354The Superconducting Radio Frequency (SRF) Cavities, that accelerate particles in many of the US DOE Labs, need a method of indicating their health “real-time” during use. The Helium Flow Meter, proven to work in Phase I, measures extra heat generated by contaminants inside the cavity by measuring increased evaporation of helium from the cooling bath in which the cavity is immerse ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  9. High Performance Scintillator and Beam Monitoring System

    SBC: Integrated Sensors, LLC            Topic: C4731d

    C47-31d-271361Nuclear physics has a need for new enabling materials and technologies for next-generation detectors at DOE particle accelerator research facilities. Improvements are needed in high-performance scintillator materials for detecting and counting charged particles in real-time over a wide range of energies and beam intensities. Integrated Sensors, LLC has demonstrated two new types of h ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Autonomous Monitoring of Low Phosphate Concentrations at TAIs

    SBC: LEIDEN MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: C5325a

    C53-25a-271365Although phosphate is a critical nutrient involved in estuarine productivity, it is also a well-known contaminant of surface and ground water. This contamination can have significant effects in sensitive areas such as terrestrial aquatic interfaces (TAIs) where the flux of nutrients can change over a relatively short period of time leading to hypoxia and the formation of harmful alga ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
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