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  1. Compressive Sampling Video Sensor for Change Detection

    SBC: Inview Technology Corporation            Topic: A12aT007

    InView and its close partner Rice University are world leaders in CS imaging algorithms and CS imaging sensor development. Over the last 8 years, there has been impressive progress on imaging architectures that seek to reduce the amount of data sensed by exploiting signal priors and task-specific imaging. We propose to leverage these latest advances in compressive sensing and computational imaging ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Development of Low Temperature Ultracapacitor

    SBC: Yardney Technical Products, Inc.            Topic: A12aT010

    The objective of this Phase 1 effort is to develop an asymmetric supercapacitor (ASC) that provides>10 Wh/kg energy density and a high power density, and maintains this performance down to -55 degrees C. Yardney Technical Products (YTP), a recognized specialty high energy battery manufacturer in Pawcatuck, CT in collaboration with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) proposes to design, develop and ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. High Performance, Low Temperature Asymmetric Supercapacitors

    SBC: ADA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: A12aT010

    Today's military equipment is required to operate in extreme conditions: frigid arctic locations, dry/hot deserts, and humid tropical jungles, which leads to design operating temperature ranges of approximately -50degreesC to 70degreesC for current power systems. No commercial electric power storage device can perform at high rates at the lower limits of this temperature range, and technolo ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  4. Oriented Enzymatic Electrodes with Enhanced Charge Transfer

    SBC: CFD RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: A12aT011

    Our objective is to develop a novel method for structurally orienting enzymes onto an electrode surface. The technology will significantly increase the electron transfer efficiency of the electrode and thereby enable a state-of-the-art energy source for low power military and commercial systems. The proposed enzymatic fuel cell (EFC) will leverage ongoing research at both CFDRC and the Universit ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Nanostructured Carbon Nanosheet Electrode for Enzymatic Fuel Cells

    SBC: LUNA INNOVATIONS INCORPORATED            Topic: A12aT011

    Enzymatic fuel cells provide significant potential for increased energy density with low costs through the use of renewable fuel sources and biocatalysts. Their real-world application is primarily limited by 1) the lack of effective enzyme immobilization method to support efficient electron transfer from enzyme to the electrode surface, 2) low power density and 3) high overpotentials. Luna Innovat ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. Enhanced Charge Transfer in Biological Molecules on Nanostructured Electrode Surfaces

    SBC: Polestar Technologies, Inc.            Topic: A12aT011

    The overall objective of this program is to enhance significantly charge transfer from biological molecules to nanostructured electrode surfaces. To achieve this objective, we plan to use combination of three approaches: 1) Develop an effective means for integrating the biological molecules onto the anode and cathode surfaces of the nanostructured electrodes, 2) Reduce the distance between the act ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Mesh Generation and Control for Moving Boundary Problems

    SBC: HYPERCOMP INC            Topic: A12aT012

    In this proposal, a team comprising of HyPerComp Inc. and NASA-JPL aims to develop modular parallel adaptive meshing capability for problems involving implicitly captured interfaces such as free surface capture using the level set method. In specific, these models will be demonstrated along with the appropriate software interfaces for the US Army PROTEUS toolkit. The foundation for this developmen ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Nondestructive Concrete Characterization System

    SBC: Troxler Electronic Laboratories            Topic: A12aT013

    Currently nuclear-based gauges are the most widely used equipment in the construction industry to measure moisture and density of pavement materials. Such measurements are very accurate, rapid, and non-destructive. Attempts to replace these nuclear methods by non-nuclear methods have shown strong limitations. For this project, we propose to integrate nuclear and seismic technologies to measure t ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. High Performance, Cost Effective, Planar Molecularly Controlled Semiconductor Resistor (MOCSER) Gas Sensors on InAs and InN

    SBC: KYMA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: A12aT014

    We plan to implement a planar Molecularly Controlled Semiconductor Resistor (MOCSER) gas sensor on both InAs and InN platforms for the ppt-ppm detection of NOx and H2O. Kyma Technologies and Duke University will leverage Duke"s leading MOCSER based NOx sensor technology which uses surface functionalization of InAs with hemin (chloroprotoporphyrin IX iron(III)) to create a strong affinity for NOx. ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. High Performance InAs and InN Semiconductor Gas Sensors

    SBC: STRUCTURED MATERIALS INDUSTRIES, INC.            Topic: A12aT014

    In this STTR program, Structured Materials Industries, Inc. (SMI) and partners will develop low-cost, planar gas sensors, with high sensitivity and high selectivity. Gas sensors are critical to many existing and emerging applications in defense and homeland security. Present technology gas sensors based on metal oxide films do not have the required sensitivity or selectivity. The technical appr ...

    STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy
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