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  1. High-Power Chip Scale Coherent Laser Array

    SBC: CORCORAN ENGINEERING, INC.            Topic: A22BT007

    In the proposed effort, Clemson University COMSET, Corcoran Engineering, and Freedom Photonics will develop chip-scale directed energy microsystems using coherent beam combining of single mode lasers to provide a high-power output beam with excellent beam quality and high brightness.  To create this high--performance Photonic Integrated Circuit (PIC), we will design, fabricate and demonstrate a h ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Software for Parallelized Analyses and Rapid Optimization (SPARRO)

    SBC: NEXTGEN AERONAUTICS, INC.            Topic: A22BT008

    The basic idea of a morphing aircraft wherein the vehicle changes its configuration to optimally perform in multiple flight segments holds the promise of achieving unprecedented levels of efficiency.  Morphing is most promising for small UAVs and taking inspiration from birds, we can exploit large shape changes, rapid inertia changes, articulation etc., to fly in congested urban and indoor spaces ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. Fast Startup, Fuel Flexible CPOX System for SOFC

    SBC: PRECISION COMBUSTION, INC.            Topic: A22BT009

    A compact and portable SOFC, 1-3 kW, is an excellent choice to convert a hydrocarbon fuel source to electricity due to its high efficiency. Currently, SOFCs are optimized to run a single fuel source, and a fuel flexible reforming technique that can integrate with SOFC is needed to have the potential to utilize all different energy assets, including propane, methane, and biogas. Catalytic partial o ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
  4. Compact, Low-Cost, Biogas Reformer for 3 kW SOFC Power Generator

    SBC: ASPEN PRODUCTS GROUP INC            Topic: A22BT009

    Ever-increasing demands for power and energy have tethered military field personnel to long logistic tails that limit the ability to maneuver and make resupply convoys prime targets for attack.  The deployment of new power sources with greater efficiencies, increased energy densities, and reduced thermal and acoustic signatures will facilitate improvements to communications, weapons, and support ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Thin-absorber AlInAsSb APDs for low-noise and low-voltage e-SWIR photodetection

    SBC: PHYSICAL SCIENCES INC.            Topic: A22BT011

    Physical Sciences Inc. and Prof. Seth Bank at the University of Texas Austin will develop thin-absorber avalanche photodiodes based on digital alloys of AlInAsSb for high-performance photodetection between 2.0 – 2.5 μm. The AlInAsSb quaternary alloy system allows for compositional grading throughout the device structure, enabling novel photodiode architectures inaccessible with other III-V allo ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. Time-Accurate Modeling for Hypersonic Morphing Vehicles

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES INC            Topic: A22BT012

    To achieve enhanced tactical performance, speed, reach, and lethality, next-generation hypersonic vehicles must be designed for increased dynamics, control, and maneuverability. Morphing and adaptive structures, and active control surfaces will be critical in achieving these goals. However, the time-varying flow-field brought about by changes in vehicle orientation and configuration make such desi ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Mapping Strain in Composite Materials using Terahertz Metamaterials

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: A22BT013

    Triton Systems, Inc., in partnership with the University of Alabama and with the support of Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, will design, build, and test the Triton Composite Optical Strain Mapping Integrated Control (COSMIC) System, a combination of (i) terahertz (THz) metamaterial reflectors applied to composite panels that converts linearly polarized light to circularly polarized based on t ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Versatile and Interpretable System Explanations for AI in Multi-Domain Operations (VISION)

    SBC: CHARLES RIVER ANALYTICS, INC.            Topic: A22BT016

    As the Army pivots to larger combat operations, the increased scale and complexity of multi-domain operations (MDO) has heightened the difficulty of synchronizing collection and operations across domains. Commanders conducting planning are limited by “human bandwidth,” which can degrade the quality of plans and desynchronize operations. Unfortunately, the policies learned from many current AI ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. Thermal Lensing-Free Chalcogenide Windows

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: A22BT017

    Triton Systems, Inc. along with our academic partner have reviewed the commercial and academic literature on chalcogenide glasses that have high transparency in the near infrared.  Based on this, as a team we have identified potential ChG compositional ranges that could meet the Navy's stringent requirements.  We will use prediction analysis based on prior work from our partner to predict likely ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. Cryogenic Optical Links for Digital Sensor Transmission and Readout with Energy Efficient Modulators

    SBC: LUCIDEAN, INC            Topic: A22BT018

    Digital sensor data received by infrared focal plane arrays (IRFPA) faces a readout bottleneck before exiting the cooled environment to room temperature processing. This is the very same bottleneck faced in other applications with harsh environments, such as quantum and classical supercomputing. Electrical links are lossy and bandwidth limited, and coaxial cables have a high thermal conductivity a ...

    STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
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