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  1. Low-Cost Hybrid Plasmonic and Photonic "Campanile" Near-Field Probes by Nanoimprint Lithography

    SBC: HIGHRI OPTICS, INC.            Topic: 07a

    Near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM) is a powerful and unique approach to characterize the chemical, physical and potentially biochemical properties of materials with the nanometer scale resolution in real-time. A key element for NSOM systems that combine optical spectroscopy with scanning probe microscopy, is the actual probe itself. While many commercial vendors offer off-the-shelf meta ...

    STTR Phase II 2020 Department of Energy
  2. Photonic Memory Controller Module (P-MCM)

    SBC: FREEDOM PHOTONICS LLC            Topic: 04a

    As computational density for high-performance computing and big-data services continues to scale, performance scalability of next generation computing systems is becoming increasingly constrained by limitations in memory access, power dissipation and chip packaging. The processor-memory communication bottleneck, a major challenge in current multicore processors due to limited pin-out and power bud ...

    STTR Phase II 2020 Department of Energy
  3. Energy-Efficient Reconfigurable Universal Accelerator Interconnect

    SBC: FREEDOM PHOTONICS LLC            Topic: 05a

    Recent advances in computing systems fundamentally changed and shaped almost every aspect of today’s society; from healthcare to finances and scientific discoveries, our everyday lives will depend more and more on computing and communication infrastructures and their capability to process and deliver critical information in real time. However, as high-performance-computing systems and datacenter ...

    STTR Phase II 2020 Department of Energy
  4. NOVEL POLYMER-ELECTROLYTE MEMBRANE DEVELOPMENT FOR CARBON DIOXIDE CONVERSION TO SOLAR FUEL

    SBC: TWELVE BENEFIT CORPORATION            Topic: 19b

    Solar fuels production is necessary for the future of the global economy. To produce solar fuels from CO2, a highly conductive and stable polymer-electrolyte is needed for this demanding application. A promising class of polymer-electrolytes for electrochemical energy applications has been developed, and this project’s goal is to scale-up production, add quality controls, and reduce waste. The n ...

    STTR Phase II 2020 Department of Energy
  5. A Collaboration to Develop a Commercialization Path or a Photonic Memory Controller Module (P-MCM)

    SBC: PLC CONNECTIONS            Topic: 04a

    As computational density for high- performance computing and big-data services continues to scale, performance scalability of next generation computing systems is becoming increasingly constrained by limitations in memory access, power dissipation and chip packaging. The processor-memory communication bottleneck, a major challenge in current multicore processors due to limited pin-out and power bu ...

    STTR Phase II 2020 Department of Energy
  6. An Instrument Platform for Controlling Weld Microstructures to Minimize Stress Corrosion Cracking in Dry Storage Canister

    SBC: SPECTRAL ENERGIES LLC            Topic: 38b

    Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is a potential safety concern for welded stainless-steel dry storage canisters (DSC) for spent nuclear fuel (SNF). The welding procedure introduces high tensile residual stresses and changes in material properties in the heat-affected zone (HAZ) in the DSC. This might promote pitting and SCC crack initiation and growth when exposed to an aggressive chemical environm ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
  7. Overpass/Underpass coil design for high field dipoles

    SBC: PARTICLE BEAM LASERS, INC.            Topic: 33b

    We propose to develop and demonstrate the overpass/underpass (also called cloverleaf) end design for high field block coil dipole magnets made with Nb3Sn Rutherford cable. Block coil dipole designs are appealing for their simplicity in the body of a magnet, but less so in the ends of certain blocks that must be lifted to clear the beam tube. This lifting — which typically is in the hard directio ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
  8. Corrugated Feedhorn Arrays by Additive Manufacturing

    SBC: Faraday Technology, Inc.            Topic: 35g

    The Department of Energy’s Office of Science seeks to reduce cost and improve high energy physics particle and radiation detector sensitivity and manufacturability via the flexibility and reproducibility of additive manufacturing to produce complex detector components. Cosmic microwave background measurements characterize the temperature and polarization anisotropies of the universe. A critical ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
  9. Co-Development of Oscillating Water Column (OWC) and Offshore Power Station

    SBC: ROI Engineering LLC            Topic: 13c

    In response to the Water Power Technologies Office “Co-Development of Marine Energy Technologies at Smaller Scales.” We propose a co-development of an “Oscillating Water Column” and the “Offshore Power Station”. This proposal is to design a small scale Oscillating Water Column to provide the “offshore energy” as described as one of the activities needed in the “blue economy”. W ...

    STTR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
  10. 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
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