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SBC: NANOCOATINGS INC Topic: C5512a
The Department of Energy (DOE) requires the demonstration of bimetallic corrosion-resistant surfaces for structural and cooling components used in molten-salt nuclear-reactor systems. Proposed coating materials must survive thermo-mechanical loading (e.g., no flaking or spalling) during exposure to the high-temperature conditions encountered during reactor operation and maintain metallurgical stab ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: EPIR, INC. Topic: C5522c
C55-22c-270318More stringent challenges, as required by future high energy physics experiments, require higher radiation tolerance and higher granularity to the silicon detectors. Recently developed precision timing detector technology based on silicon Low Gain Avalanche Diode (LGAD) although exhibits excellent timing performance, cannot attain 10 µm position resolution needed for advanced 4D det ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
Applying Small footprint Borehole Electric and Magnetic Field Sensors for Geophysical Monitoring NetworksSBC: PAULSSON, INC. Topic: C5513c
C55-13c-270336The Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Carbon Storage program is focused on ramping up commercial scale carbon capture and geologic storage (CCUS) operations across the US to combat the release of CO2, a potent greenhouse gas responsible for global warming, into the atmosphere. Each one of these commercial scale operations will sequester greater than one metric megaton per year of CO ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: KITWARE INC Topic: C5516c
High concentrations of underserved populations with low social capital in urban areas, along with assets and ecosystems in vulnerable zones, present high risks of cascading failures and expected loss of lives and property. A key gap is the lack of urban models that can help to address and visualize threats, especially under a changing climate and with growing urbanization and “coastalization” ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
Robust cost-effective characterization of petrophysical properties in sedimentary geothermal applications leveraged by drilling data and cuttingsSBC: GREENPATH SYSTEMS LLC Topic: C5513a
Petrophysical properties such as porosity and permeability are arguably the most important parameters in enhancing geothermal heat production through better completion design and stimulation plan. Collecting well logs are often passive and associated with additional costs. In addition, many logging packages cannot sustain high-temperature formations often observed in geothermal conditions. In thes ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: KLIMA JOANNA Topic: C5522a
C55-22a-270353The DOE Office of Nuclear Physics (NP) seeks new developments in detector electronics with significantly improved energy, position, timing resolution, sensitivity, rate capability, stability, dynamic range, and background suppression. Applications are sought to develop high channel density (>=256 channels/board) digital data acquisition system with >= 100 MSPS, >=12 bit ADC informati ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: OPTIPRO SYSTEMS, LLC Topic: C5518a
C55-18a-270355Synchrotron light sources have continuously and impressively grown in brightness and beam quality since their inception in 1947 at General Electric in upstate New York . Indeed, we are at the point where X-ray synchrotron light sources have been optimized to the Diffraction Limit and Free Electron Lasers (FEL) have been fully developed. Nonetheless, ongoing manufacturing and metro ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: Protochips, Inc. Topic: C5510a
C55-10a-270371Electron Tomography (ET) is used to visualize nanostructures in three dimensions, but long acquisition times make it unsuitable for the study of fast in situ reactions and dose-sensitive materials. The limiting factor for fast acquisition of ET data is stage instability causing drift in all directions while tilting. Because ET requires many images taken within the exact same field of ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: CAPESYM INC Topic: C5524b
Every particle collider experiment needs large acceptance and low mass tracking detectors between the interaction point and the calorimetric detectors. The current trend of increasing the luminosity of the next generation of particle colliders will significantly increase the number of possible hit combinations, making it extremely difficult to identify tracks with the current tracking detectors. T ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
SBC: PLCC2 LLC Topic: C5509a
C55-09a-270378Time-resolved circular dichroism spectroscopy has increasingly been used to probe the dynamic spin states of advanced materials like metal-halide perovskites and spintronic semiconductors. Conventional spectroscopic techniques, however, average thousands of non-sequential left-handed and right-handed circularly polarized spectra together before generating a circular dichroism spectru ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy