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  1. Generalizable Electrocatalyst Design Framework Combining Multi-Modal Data and Artificial Intelligence

    SBC: Stoicheia, Inc.            Topic: C5505a

    C55-05a-270716Deep decarbonization is urgently needed across the board to solve the climate crisis. While carbon emissions associated with electricity production have reduced significantly over the past decade due to a precipitous decline in solar, wind, and battery costs, several sectors including chemicals and industrial transportation remain hard- to-abate. Specifically, by shifting chemical an ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. PSA Systen Optimization for High Purity Oxygen Separation from Air

    SBC: SAVENGY TECHNOLOGIES LLC            Topic: C5514a

    C55-14a-270735In this program, Savengy Technologies., LLC and its partners will develop an energy efficient, low-cost device for oxygen separation. This device (oxygen generator) is designed for small scale oxygen-blown gasifiers. The proposed system can achieve low energy consumption requirements. We need to improve the purity of pressure swing adsorption (PSA) generated oxygen >98%. It is well-k ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Resolution-Enhanced Coherent Nonlinear Microscopy of Plant Tissues

    SBC: MESA PHOTONICS LLC            Topic: C5519a

    Biological imaging with molecular specificity is most often achieved using fluorescent labeling. Fluorescent light for image contrast is also the basis of most optical “super-resolution” techniques that achieve far-field spatial resolution beyond the classical limit. However, non-invasive imaging techniques have been developed that use only native fluorophores, or bypass fluorescence in favor ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Quantum enhanced bioimaging and sensing for bioenergy

    SBC: MESA PHOTONICS LLC            Topic: C5519b

    Statement of the problem or situation that is being addressed: Critical to the development of biofuels is understanding the chemical and physical environments within individual plant cell or organelles as well as cellular interactions with its environment. The ability to track the chemical exchanges between plant cells and microbial communities in environmental settings could improve the efficienc ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Context-aware Neural-accelerated Visualization Pipeline for Big Volumetric Data

    SBC: Metascape L.L.C.            Topic: C5505a

    The emergence of multiteraflop machines with thousands of processors for scientific computing combined with advanced sensory-based experimentation has heralded an explosive growth of structured and unstructured data in science and engineering fields. Such scientific endeavors require powerful visualization workflows as a fundamental step to understanding and interpreting big data. An ideal data vi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Innovative Powder Metallurgy-Hot Isostatic Pressing Process for Enhanced High Temperature Performance

    SBC: MATSYS INC            Topic: C5512b

    Nuclear power is a key component to the portfolio of technologies necessary to quickly deploy clean, affordable, domestic energy sources in the United States, to meet our energy security and environmental goals. Advanced Manufacturing specifically powder metallurgy-Hot Isostatic pressing is a mature technology that can be readily deployed to produce high temperature material components for nuclear ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. Pigeon- An Urban Atmospheric LiDAR

    SBC: MICHIGAN AEROSPACE CORP            Topic: C5516a

    Urban atmospheres need altitude resolved information about aerosols and winds. Measurements of these parameters in urban settings is difficult due to how quickly winds and aerosols change in space in time in congested urban settings. To enable measurements of winds and aerosols in urban atmospheres Michigan Aerospace Corporation is proposing a Phase I effort to develop and test an atmospheric Ligh ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Diamond Rheometer for the Measurement of High-Temperature Molten Salts


    Small, modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) offer the promise of reliable, base-load energy that is not dependent on weather. Currently, around a dozen nations have programs to develop and deploy MSRs. Challenges to the deployment of MSRs are due primarily to the corrosive and dynamic molten salt. For safe operation of the reactor it is paramount to accurately monitorandcontrolthemoltensalt properties. ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. LOCAETA: Local Climate Air Emissions Tracking Atlas

    SBC: CARBON SOLUTIONS LLC            Topic: C5516c

    Air quality data from top-of-the-line platforms, such as satellites, are difficult to obtain without a high- level of technical knowledge. For this reason, local air quality patterns and trends are often inaccessible to disadvantaged communities (DACs). Many technologies that will be used for deep decarbonization of industrial and power facilities have the added co-benefit of reducing non-CO2 poll ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. DevSecOps for Event-Driven Operations Assessment

    SBC: RISE8 INC            Topic: X224OCSO1

    Space systems’ cyber vulnerabilities represent the “soft underbelly” of the U.S. satellite infrastructure. USSF SpOC Commander, Lt. Gen. Stephen Whiting said governments such as China’s and Russia’s can attack satellites in orbit, but that cyberattacks offer a “lower bar to entry” to lesser powers, such as Iran or North Korea. In response to national security threats such as this one ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseAir Force
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