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SBC: PLCC2 LLC Topic: C5509a
C55-09a-270378Time-resolved circular dichroism spectroscopy has increasingly been used to probe the dynamic spin states of advanced materials like metal-halide perovskites and spintronic semiconductors. Conventional spectroscopic techniques, however, average thousands of non-sequential left-handed and right-handed circularly polarized spectra together before generating a circular dichroism spectru ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: BioSynthetic Machines, Inc Topic: C5517a
BioSynthetic Machines, Inc. (BSMI) is a Chicago, IL-based startup company launched in late 2021 with a goal to revolutionize design and engineering of the microorganisms for production of chemicals. We utilize the innovative machine learning (ML) and experimental methods of synthetic biology developed by the founders at Argonne National Laboratory and exclusively licensed to the company. Our proof ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
Low-Cost Aerosol Size Distribution, Light Absorption, and Chemical Composition Instruments for Urban Monitoring ApplicationsSBC: BRECHTEL MANUFACTURING, INC. Topic: C5516a
Our warming climate is amplifying environmental and human health problems in urban areas. Heat island effects, flooding, droughts, altered pollutant transport patterns, and human respiratory stress are examples of interactions between macro- and micro-climates that impact urban areas. The share of the global population living in cities is expected to rise to 80% by 2050, compared to 55% today. Emi ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: PLCC2 LLC Topic: C5504b
As progress in quantum information and computation leads to various ground-breaking technologies, there is a need for developing protocols to integrate systems to form quantum networks. The largest bottleneck for quantum networking is optical loss, which reduces quantum information fidelity and occurs at the component and system- level interconnects. Developing ultra-low loss interconnects is crit ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: IERUS TECHNOLOGIES INC Topic: C5501b
C55-01b-270447-AbstractAs device designs become more complex and incorporate new, advanced technologies and materials, accurate simulations of multi-physics phenomenology become critical to ensuring that such design and analysis efforts are successful. The diversity of problems of interest to the Department of Energy (DOE) and wider audiences includes examples such as electric motor/generator desi ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: PROTECTION ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS LLC Topic: C5501b
C55-01b-270620Infrastructure systems such as electricity distribution and transmission grids, transportation networks, and water or oil/gas distribution pipelines are critical from an economic and national security standpoint. Expedited risk quantification of infrastructure network systems is of utmost importance for resiliency assessment against natural or man-made hazards. Currently available te ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: CLOUDSCI LLC Topic: C5516a
Coarse mode aerosol are an understudied but potentially important component of urban aerosols that affect climate and human health. They are highly relevant to DOE’s interest in improving understanding and resiliency related to climate change impacts on urban areas. Coarse mode aerosol can vary spatially and temporally over urban landscapes due to the large range of coarse mode aerosol emission ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: Coreform LLC Topic: C5501b
Tire tread wear is the leading cause of pollution from cars - over 1000x larger than engine exhaust. Tires on electric cars wear out 20% faster on average because of increased torque and weight, so the impact of tire pollution will grow in significance as electric vehicles continue to grow in popularity. Simulation tools used for other aspects of tire and automotive design cannot accurately predic ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: Equity Engineering Group, Inc., The, Shaker Heights, OH Topic: C5501b
C55-01b-270667-AbstractThe world has started to transition to using hybrid-energy systems. As this transition progresses, many companies have started to re-purpose existing, aging assets. This re-purposing of aging assets can be prominently seen in the areas of biofuels processing and in hydrogen and carbon dioxide transmission pipelines. A core issue with repurposing aging assets lies in the ofte ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: SEQUENT LOGIC LLC Topic: C5511c
C55-11c-270712Detector integrated circuits in modern neutron imaging systems output copious amounts data at high throughput – data are output too fast to efficiently store or interpret using standard processing and data acquisition systems. As larger detector arrays are fabricated, corresponding data throughput and required storage depths become untenable. To address this issue, a real-time acqu ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy