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  1. Development of Wakefield Accelerating Structures at Ultra-high Frequencies

    SBC: RADIABEAM TECHNOLOGIES, LLC            Topic: 30c

    The development of a multi-TeV e+e- linear collider is a key priority set by the P5 panel, which established the long-term strategy of the U.S. HEP program. A Two-Beam Acceleration (TBA) is one of the most promising approaches for this facility due to its potential for achieving high efficiency and the ability to accelerate particles with positive and negative charges. However, there are still cha ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
  2. Preventing Biofouling of Oceanographic Sensors Using UV Illumination Powered by a Compact Wave Energy Converter

    SBC: 3NEWABLE LLC            Topic: 13c

    Electrical power is scarce at most offshore locations, so oceanographers design buoy systems to consume very little power in order to reduce the frequency of ship voyages to replace batteries. These expensive voyages can cost several tens of thousands of dollars per day. Solar and wind power can recharge batteries, but harvested power is limited and each source has shortcomings. Wave energy operat ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
  3. Fast, Low Kerf-loss Wafering of Silicon Ingots for Low-cost Solar Power

    SBC: NIELSON SCIENTIFIC LLC            Topic: 11b

    Silicon wafers are the single largest cost component within solar photovoltaic modules. To maintain the cost reduction targets outlined in industrial roadmaps, wafer costs need to be significantly reduced. Reducing the cost of wafers requires reducing the kerf-loss and wafer thickness while increasing throughput in tools for processing silicon ingots into wafers. The proposed technology augments t ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
  4. An Advanced Simulation based 3D Framework and Toolkit for Fire Protection and Fire PRA

    SBC: CENTROID PIC INC            Topic: 37i

    At 10.8% Compound annual growth rate(CAGR), Fire Protection Systems Market Size is expected to reach 9.34 Bn USD by 2025. This however reflects only the systems but does not include the services, consultancy and other operator expenses incurred by the industry sectors impacted. Modeling and implementing fire safety for nuclear power plants is an expensive and complex activity. It is difficult to c ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
  5. Polarization Manipulation and Correction Device

    SBC: ADELPHI TECHNOLOGY INC            Topic: 29d

    At several workshops held at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) over the past 5 years, members of several U.S. scientific communities stressed the need for an advanced capability for measuring slow molecular motions in complex fluids such as polymers and biomaterials. The technique preferred by these researchers is called Neutron Spin Echo (NSE). While there are two NSE spectrometers in the U.S. ...

    STTR Phase I 2021 Department of Energy
  6. A new medium field superconducting magnet for the EIC

    SBC: PARTICLE BEAM LASERS, INC.            Topic: 37g

    Most superconducting accelerator magnets are presently based on a conventional “cosine theta” design. Typically, the magnet length vastly exceeds the aperture, and the loss in effective length from the ends (about a coil diameter in typical dipoles) is relatively small. However, for relatively short magnets such as those envisioned for the Interaction Region (IR) of the Electron Ion Collider ( ...

    STTR Phase I 2021 Department of Energy
  7. Quantum All-Optical Transponder (QOAT)

    SBC: FREEDOM PHOTONICS LLC            Topic: 06a

    Quantum networks will be tasked with entangling physically separated quantum nodes and facilitating secure communication between distant parties. This necessitates the development of devices that can support high data rate transparent optical quantum networks that coexist with classical networks on a shared optical fiber transmission system. Freedom Photonics will develop a Quantum All-Optical Tra ...

    STTR Phase I 2021 Department of Energy
  8. Realtime Neuromorphic Cyber-Agents (Cyber-NeuroRT)

    SBC: QUANTUM VENTURA INC            Topic: 03a

    Cybersecurity in HPC environments operates at much larger scales than traditional IT domains and the traditional Machine learning networks are not fast enough to handle large volumes of computations. Neural networks combined with Edge-based hardware-resident next-generation technologies such as neuromorphic processors can monitor and even predict events in high throughput environments and hence pr ...

    STTR Phase I 2021 Department of Energy
  9. Terrestrial-aquatic isotope sensor for in-situ field measurements

    SBC: OPTO-KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS INC            Topic: 29aq

    Ecological and biogeochemical processes occurring along coastal interfaces are poorly understood on a mechanistic level and critically underrepresented in current models, impeding our ability to make informed resource management decisions. Stable isotope ratio measurements, e.g., 13C/12C, can provide detail about pathways and sources by adding specificity and attribution information that concentra ...

    STTR Phase I 2021 Department of Energy
  10. A Novel Low-Cost, Miniaturized Hydrogen Sensor with High Robustness and Reliability for Continuous Hydrogen Monitoring

    SBC: 4D MAKER, LLC            Topic: 27b

    Hydrogen has been widely used in many applications from aerospace and chemicals to fuel cells and satellite power supply. Although hydrogen is not toxic, it has a very broad flammability range (4%-74% concentration in air and 4%-94% in oxygen), leading to explosion in the presence of heat source. Thus, hydrogen monitoring is of paramount importance during the processes of hydrogen production, tran ...

    STTR Phase I 2021 Department of Energy
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