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Validation Experiments to Measure Transient Aerothermoelastic Response of a Curved Panel to Hypersonic FlowsSBC: METROLASER, INCORPORATED Topic: AF16AT24
An experiment to obtain validation data on the transient aerothermoelastic response of a curved panel in hypersonic flows will be designed and evaluated for its feasibility. Significant challenges must be overcome for a successful experimental campaign i...STTR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseAir Force
Development of powder bed printing (3DP) for rapid and flexible fabrication of energetic material payloads and munitionsSBC: MAKEL ENGINEERING, INC. Topic: DTRA16A001
This program will demonstrate how additive manufacturing technologies can be used with reactive and high energy materials to create rapid and flexible fabrication of payload and munitions. Our primary approach to this problem will be to use powder bed binder printing techniques to print reactive structures. The anticipated feedstock will consist of composite particles containing all reactant spe ...STTR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
Laser and Rapid-thermal Crystalization of GeSn and SiGeSn layers for IR detectors and Si-based OE devicesSBC: FREEDOM PHOTONICS LLC Topic: AF16AT28
Advanced infrared imaging techniques are of great interest but associated high costs of III-V and II-VI SWIR and MWIR materials prohibit their widespread deployment and integration with other optoelectronic devices. Freedom Photonics and its team partner...STTR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: FREEDOM PHOTONICS LLC Topic: AF16AT30
allowing the sensitive RF front-end to be located away from the now more compact phased array antenna. We are proposing a rugged photonic integrated spatial division multiplexing RF link for phased array system with low cost, size, weight and power cons...STTR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: FREEDOM PHOTONICS LLC Topic: AF14AT13
This work will focus on the development of monolithic SWIR focal plane array technologies using CMOS or CMOS compatible fabrication technology. This will be realized on a Silicon substrate and incorporate APD+TIA arrays and be scalable to Megapixel arrays and coherent receiver operation for capture of the full optical wavefront vector information.STTR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: RADIABEAM TECHNOLOGIES, LLC Topic: N16AT010
The Department of the Navy has a need for the development of an additive manufacturing (AM) process for key vacuum electronic device components to meet on-demand, flexible, and affordable manufacturing requirements. The developed manufacturing method has a potential to reduce cost of vacuum electronics by as much as 70% as well as simplify and hence expedite production process of these devices by ...STTR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: INTELLIGENT OPTICAL SYSTEMS, INC. Topic: N15AT008
Additive manufacturing (AM) is a very promising technique for rapid, low-cost production of aircraft parts directly from a CAD file. AM is especially appealing for complex parts that would be costly or impossible to fabricate by machining or casting. At the current time there are no reliable, cost-effective techniques to qualify the finished parts. Several government studies have noted this gap an ...STTR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: NANOCOMPOSIX, INC. Topic: A17AT014
Recreational drug use by military personnel can impact soldier preparedness and performance especially in difficult and demanding environments. One challenge for monitoring illicit drug use is that current tests rely on the identification of specific chemical structures. Small variants in the chemistry of a drug can evade detection. In this Phase I SBIR, we will develop a lateral flow test that ...STTR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Stottler Henke Associates, Inc. Topic: ST16C003
We propose to investigate, in collaboration with the Massachusetts General Hospital Voice Center and Altec, Inc., the application of surface electromyography (sEMG) to assessing cognitive workload, strain, and overload. Specifically, sEMG sensors placed on the face and neck will detect emotional/motor responses to workload strain. The proposed effort will build on the substantial sEMG experience o ...STTR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
SBC: HEAT, LIGHT, AND SOUND RESEARCH, INC. Topic: N16AT018
Systems that operate in constrained environments depend on the acoustics in several ways. Harbor defense systems detect intruders (peopleand/or vessels) by either listening for their noises (passively) or by pinging on them and detecting their echoes (actively). Furthermore, suchsystems may also form the equivalent of an underwater cell phone network using sound to carry the information. The acous ...STTR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseNavy