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  1. High Efficiency Computation of High Reynolds Number Flows via Anisotropic Adaptive Mesh Refinement

    SBC: CMSOFT, INC.            Topic: N13AT009

    This STTR Phase I project aims to design, implement, and demonstrate a rigorous, practical, fast, and re-usable anisotropic mesh adaptation software module for enabling the efficient computation of high Reynolds number flows in large computational domains. To this effect, it focuses on developing: (a) a set of portable and cache-friendly dynamic data structures that ease the implementation in a hy ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Conformal Array Laser Imager for Bondline Evaluation&Repair (CALIBER)

    SBC: ADVANCED SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: N13AT011

    The NAVY solicits new non-destructive inspection (NDI) methods to address detection and evaluation of kissing bonds and bondline integrity in aerospace composites since no currently accepted standard exists. In response AS & T Inc. propose, the Conformal Array Laser Imager for Bondline Evaluation and Repair (CALIBER), designed expressly for this purpose. The novelty of the proposed approach lies i ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Progressive Model Generation for Adaptive Resilient System Software

    SBC: SECURBORATION, INC.            Topic: N13AT014

    Complex software systems are typically developed by disparate engineering teams working concurrently. At the same time, software requirements are frequently dynamic, evolving even during active development cycles. Discrepancies between how software is defined and how it is implemented at the modular level can cascade into critical system errors when modules are integrated. More troubling is that i ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Compact robust testbed for cold-atom clock and sensor applications

    SBC: COLDQUANTA, INC.            Topic: N13AT018

    As strontium and other alkaline-earth metals become increasingly attractive for ultracold-atom applications, there is a growing need to develop compact, robust systems for cooling, trapping, and studying these elements. In this proposal, ColdQuanta will team with Dr. Jun Ye at JILA and the University of Colorado at Boulder to develop a portable, turn-key system that can produce, utilize, and optic ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. A Universal, Low-Cost Atomic Magnetometer

    SBC: Twinleaf LLC            Topic: N13AT019

    We propose to develop a universal atomic magnetometer magnetometer capable of operation as either a three-axis vector atomic magnetometer or a scalar (total field) atomic magnetometer. We furthermore operate the magnetometer in a regime that is inherently free of sources of drift in the lasers or cell to achieve unprecedented low drift at low frequency. The magnetometer is being developed for volu ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. Proactive Contextual Decision Support for Decision Making Under Uncertainty

    SBC: PACIFIC SCIENCE & ENGINEERING GROUP, INC.            Topic: N13AT020

    Decision making is driven by context. Context can be hard to operationalize and harness to the design of decision support systems. Modern military task displays often omit important context which can lead to singificant errors. This problem is exemplified in undersea warfare and specifically contact management for safe littoral navigation. In littoral navigation, workload may be high and team memb ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. Body-worn Wireless Neurophysiological Monitoring Network

    SBC: Cognionics, Inc.            Topic: N13AT021

    This project will develop a wireless, body-worn neurophysiological monitoring suite. The system comprises of multiple'patches'designed to cover the body for ECG, EEG and EMG acquisition along with auxiliary sensors for temperature and motion capture. The core of the Phase I project will focus on demonstrating the feasibility of the device for EEG and evoked applications due to the high t ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. Solid-State Fundamental Mode Green Laser for Ocean Mine Detection

    SBC: Lumany            Topic: N13AT023

    To address the Navy"s need for a solid state fundamental mode green laser for ocean mine detection, Lumany is proposing a compact, high efficiency, diode pumped solid state, q-switched laser based on novel laser diode pumps and a unique solid state crystal with excellent energy storage properties for high peak power, short pulsed green lasing output at 520nm from the fundamental mode. This propose ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. First-Principles-Based Framework for Discovery and Design of Sustainable Non-Rare-Earth High-Temperature Alloy Systems

    SBC: CFD RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: OSD12T06

    In this STTR Phase I project, CFD Research Corporation and University of Nebraska at Omaha will develop a preliminary computationally-driven first-principles framework for discovery and design of non-RE-containing alloys for high temperature applications. While rare-earth (RE) based alloys have played a pivotal role in modern defense and high-tech industry, sustainability of RE-based materials is ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
  10. Coherent Beam Combining of Mid-IR Lasers

    SBC: Pranalytica, Inc.            Topic: A10aT007

    Many military applications require efficient optical sources producing several to hundred watts in continuous-wave (CW) or quasi-continuous-wave (QCW) operation at room temperature (RT) in the MWIR (3-5 micron) and LWIR (8-12 micron) regions. While QCLs have become the sources of choice in these spectral regions, the only realistic option to attain hundred-watt power level with good beam quality i ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseArmy
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