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SBC: HI-Z TECHNOLOGY, INC. Topic: A10AT024
Hi-Z Technology, Inc. (Hi-Z) and the University of California San Diego propose to adapt Hi-Z’s innovative Quantum Well (QW) thermoelectric (TE) technology to develop a TE cooler for the Army’s base camp tents. The cooler is to be embedded in the flexible tent materials and powered by electricity generated by photovoltaics. Hi-Z has developed nanocomposite QW TE materials that have high Figur ...STTR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: High Precision Devices, Inc. Topic: ARMY08T020
Currently large capacity cryostats, capable of hosting experiments for many qubits, require expensive and hard to obtain liquid cryogens. A few small cryo-free systems exist but they are non-ideal for this use. An opportunity exists for a large scale, cSTTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: HPS Simulations Topic: AF09BT31
Existing computer combat wargames offer a sophisticated and high fidelity base platform for accurately modeling standard combat scenarios. However, the rapid development of UAV capabilities in terms of sizes, weapons, sensors, communications and flight ability is presenting a new challenge for these simulations. At the same time, the general state of world affairs is changing such that the likeli ...STTR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: Inlustra Technologies LLC Topic: MDA09T001
Inlustra Technologies and the University of Notre Dame propose a Phase I STTR program that, combined with a subsequent Phase II effort, will result in methods for the scalable production of semi-insulating non-polar GaN substrates. These substrates will be utilized in the fabrication of high-power/high-frequency AlGaN-GaN electronic devices capable of reliable operation under high thermal load. ...STTR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
SBC: DOLCE Technologies, LLC Topic: AF09BT33
DOLCE Technologies, LLC, in collaboration with Professor Rick Averitt’s research group at Boston University and Eric Shaner’s group at Sandia National Laboratories, will develop and deliver a high performance room-temperature Terahertz detector array solution based on metamaterial absorbers integrated with bi-material cantilevers. The metamaterial approach is frequency scalable and can operat ...STTR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: EDEN PARK ILLUMINATION, INC. Topic: AF08T012
ABSTRACT: EDEN PARK ILLUMINATION, INC. and the University of Illinois have formed a team to pursue the demonstration and commercialization of large arrays of microcavity plasmas capable of producing white light panels with luminous efficacies above 30 lumens/W. This proposed project will demonstrate the ability of arrays of microplasmas to yield flat lamps of high efficiency, luminance, and col ...STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: Microxact, Inc. Topic: AF09BT23
To streamline data processing in, e.g., hyperspectral imaging, new massively parallel data processing circuits are needed. The team of MicroXact Inc. and UC Santa Barbara propose to develop circuits based on completely novel computing paradigm, which could be extremely efficient (i.e. dense, relatively inexpensive, and consume very little power) for massively parallel signal processing. We offer t ...STTR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: Microxact, Inc. Topic: AF09BT39
Photovoltaics, while promising clean and reliable energy source, is not yet compatible with fossil energy for most applications. Organic-based solar cells have potential to reduce the cost of solar energy due to low-cost active materials, high-throughput reel-to-reel deposition technologies, low-temperature processing and application versatility. Currently organic photovoltaics (OPV) cannot commer ...STTR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: NEXGENSEMI CORPORATION Topic: AF09BT35
Graphene has become one of the most promising new materials to form semiconductor devices and microelectronic interconnects. NexGenSemi Corporation in collaboration with Sandia National Labs will develop a “Patterned Graphene Interconnect (PGI) and material modification for nanofabrication of transistor devices. This process resolution will dip deep down into the state-of-the-art technology no ...STTR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: INSCOPE SOLUTIONS Topic: N08T033
Research Proposed: The continued development of an innovative and comprehensive energy management technology that could lead to revolutionary improvements in Combat Reach Capabilities (CRC)and significant increases in a force multiplier.The goal is to optimize energy sources of untethered unmanned vehicles and unattended sensors in order to significantly improve the overall mission capabilities of ...STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy