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  1. MCP-PMT Timing Layer for LHCb ECAL Upgrade 2

    SBC: INCOM, INC.            Topic: C5638a

    Problem Being Addressed – Phase II LHCb Electromagnetic Calorimeter (ECAL) upgrade for high luminosity flavor physics program at LHC is projected to overcome limitations of the present ECAL system. Upgraded ECAL modules should be tolerant to a radiation dose of about 1 MGy, capable of timing resolution of about 10 psec and energy resolution of about 10% for 5-100 GeV electrons. The choice for th ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Optimization of the gain layer design for radiation hard LGAD based silicon detectors

    SBC: EPIR, INC.            Topic: C5637a

    C56-37a-272608More stringent challenges, as required by future high energy physics experiments, require higher radiation tolerance and higher granularity to the silicon detectors. Recently developed precision timing detector technology based on silicon Low Gain Avalanche Diode (LGAD) although exhibits excellent timing performance, cannot attain 10 µm position resolution needed for advanced 4D det ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Multimodal Optical Sensor for HLW Characterization (C56-22a)

    SBC: PHYSICAL SCIENCES INC.            Topic: C5622a

    Statement of the problem or situation that is being addressed in your application. Remediation of high level waste at nuclear facilities consists of waste retrieval, pretreatment, immobilization through vitrification, and disposal. The proposed technology is an on-line monitoring system that will decrease worker exposure to toxic high level waste by eliminating the need for “grab” sampling dur ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Low Cost Carbons for Next Generation H2 Storage (C56-26c)

    SBC: PHYSICAL SCIENCES INC.            Topic: C5626c

    Statement of the problem or situation that is being addressed in your application. The hydrogen economy is rapidly approaching. Hydrogen fuel is very attractive because it can be easily generated from renewable sources, it has high energy density, and hydrogen combustion does not produce harmful emissions or greenhouse gasses. Hydrogen storage and transportation are the key challenges to widesprea ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Functionalized Polymeric Resins for High-Purity Separations of Rare Earth Elements

    SBC: NUMAT TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: C5604a

    Rare earth elements play a crucial role in the modern economy; these materials are essential for many industrial applications including medical imaging, personal electronic devices, optical displays, lasers, and magnets. Rare earth elements are attractive raw materials for modern industries due to their distinct electronic properties, but their nearly indistinct chemical properties make them very ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Using Metal-Organic Frameworks and Enriching Pressure Swing Adsorption Cycles for Future Radionuclide Monitoring Systems

    SBC: NUMAT TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: C5607b

    First-generation noble gas detection systems currently used by the International Monitoring System (IMS) operate in a similar manner: air is pumped into an activated carbon sieve bed where the radioxenon is isolated. Contaminants are removed, including water, carbon dioxide, and dust. As a result, the sorbent has concentrated xenon, both naturally abundant isotopes and radioactive isotopes, from t ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. Reactive Direct Air Capture of CO2 for Green Urea Fertilizer Production Utilizing Retired Coal Power Plant Dry Desulfurization Processes


    This research explores the potential to “re-purpose” dry flue gas desulfurization (FGD) process technology, designed initially to remove sulfur dioxide (SO2) from coal-fired power plants, for direct air capture of CO2, while generating a solid byproduct that is the major ingredient for urea and nitrogen-based fertilizer. The envisioned patent pending1 process utilizes common dry FGD reactors t ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Enhancement of Bi2212 Powder Consistency to Support Manufacture of High-Performance HTS Wire

    SBC: ENGI-MAT CO            Topic: C5636c

    C56-36c-272696The Department of Energy’s Office of High Energy Physics promotes the development of state-of-the-art particle accelerators for cutting-edge experimentation. To support these advances, improved high- temperature superconducting (HTS) wires are required in order to build high-field magnets that generate magnetic fields greater than 18 T. One key material for the development of HTS w ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. Lead-free bismuth-based semiconductor radiation detector

    SBC: RADIATION MONITORING DEVICES, INC.            Topic: C5603a

    One of the major goals of the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Research and Development (DNN R&D) is to develop new devices for radiation detection. The objective is to detect and identify illicit nuclear materials using radiation detection materials capable of high energy resolution with high detection efficiency. Therefore, low-cost new semiconductor materials for room temperature radiation dete ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Accurate Monitoring of an Electrically Energized Casing Source using Fiber Optic Sensing

    SBC: PAULSSON, INC.            Topic: C5625d

    The Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Carbon Storage program is focused on ramping up commercial scale carbon capture and geologic storage (CCUS) operations across the US to combat the release of CO2, a potent greenhouse gas responsible for global warming, into the atmosphere. Each one of these commercial scale operations will sequester greater than one metric megaton per year of CO2 in geologic ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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