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Automatic Causality Determination and Narrative Extraction using the Semantic Inference and Filtering Tool (SIFT)SBC: Intelligent Automation, Inc. Topic: A11aT010
Intelligent Automation Inc. (IAI) is teaming with subject matter expert Prof. Dan Roth from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) to propose a web based tool to search, filter, and collaboratively work on"document chains"interactively. The proposed Semantic Inference and Filtering Tool (SIFT) will provide an intuitive interface coupled with advanced Natural Language Processing (NL ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Infoscitex Corporation Topic: A11aT014
The low cost chloroperoxidase can be potentially applicable to the inactivation of chemical agents due to its exceptional stability, broad substrate profile, and high catalytic efficiency. However, the high cost of producing large amounts of CPO is a major obstacle precluding the formulation and field deployment of this enzyme for chemical agent decontamination. Infoscitex Corporation (IST) and ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: IMPACT Technology Development Topic: A11aT014
Bioengineering offers an efficient and robust route for the production of enzymatic catalysts such as chloroperoxidase (CPO). The CPO from Caldariomyces fumago can catalyze non-specific halogenation of electrophilic organic molecules, epoxidation and hydroxylation of olefins and organic sulfides, and generation of free chlorine from chloride ion. The objectives are to: A. Develop a Caldari ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
High Performance Complex Oxide Thin Film Materials to Enable Switchable Film Bulk Acoustic Resonators (FBAR) for Low-Loss Radio Frequency DevicesSBC: AGILE RF, INC. Topic: A11aT016
The proposed project focuses on a new technology that has a built-in switch to turn the filter on and off, and thus is functionally equivalent to a high-selectivity filter and a low-loss switch, where the switch draws no DC power. Agile calls this new invention the Switchable Trimmable Acoustic Resonator (STAR). An array of such filters could implement a very compact and reconfigurable high-sele ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Aneeve Topic: A11aT018
We aim to undertake a Phase I study of multiferroic heterostructure thin film composite materials (CoFeB / PMN-PT) and their applications in high frequency (>10GHz) microwave passive circuit building blocks. In this Phase I investigation, Aneeve Nanotechnologies together with Prof Charles Ahn (Yale University) and Dr. Pedram Khalili (UCLA) will develop multiferroic heterostructure systems to demon ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: BOSTON APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES, INCORPORATED Topic: A11aT018
In this proposal, Boston Applied Technologies, Incorporated (BATi) together with University of Minnesota proposes to develop a high quality epitaxially grown multiferroic thin film heterostructure through a simple wet chemical route, which has been demonstrated the capability of growing high quality multilayer films through nano-engineering and introducing proper buffer layers. The feasibility of ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Strategic Feasibilities, Inc. Topic: A11aT019
It is accepted that certain animals have the olfactory and learning ability to be trained in the detection of explosives and other compounds. The possibility of using rats and other small mammals to detect landmines, and potentially IED's is very real. In order to perform the detection task efficiently and effectively, these animals need to be trained, and certified as reliable and accurate. ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: LFK Technology Corp. Topic: A11aT024
Active standoff detection of chemical and biological agents with lasers has proven to be very effective. Specific targets include chemical vapors, chemical aerosols, and biological particles. Most notably, the FAL (Frequency Agile Laser) sensor developed by ECBC (Edgewood Chemical Biological Center) has shown capability to detect all of these targets with a single device. Also, optical technique ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Celadon Laboratories, Inc. Topic: OSD10T003
A continuing and growing threat to U.S. military personnel and civilians is exposure to toxic chemicals and pathogens. Useful detection systems exist, but it remains imperative to investigate next-generation technologies that have the potential to improve by an order of magnitude the cost, sensitivity and size of sensor devices. A promising technology that may achieve these goals is DNA-based nano ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
Empires of Fortune: A Virtual Laboratory for Investigation of Collective Behavior and Inter-Group ConflictSBC: Intelligent Automation, Inc. Topic: A12aT006
Developing advanced technologies for an online experimental laboratory has attracted widespread interest across the behavioral sciences for over a half-century, progress has been limited by the difficulty investigating the behavior of large groups and large numbers of groups, due to the practical limits on the number of participants that can be brought into a physical laboratory. We propose to de ...STTR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseArmy