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  1. Functional Gradient-Based Geometric Curve Synthesis for Dynamic Quantum Error Suppression

    SBC: ERROR CORP.            Topic: C5306a

    C53-06a-271155Harnessing the quantum state of nature holds tremendous potential for creating new quantum technologies that surpass the capabilities of current systems. To create these new technologies, precise control over the quantum state must be maintained while simultaneously suppressing noise processes that would otherwise lead to decoherence and inaccurate results. This project will address ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Electrodeposited Overlays for Improved Durability of Nuclear Reactors

    SBC: Faraday Technology, Inc.            Topic: C4720a

    C47-20a-271162Next generation molten salt reactor systems require the development of scalable processes to apply bimetallic structures of corrosion-resistant materials onto boiler and pressure vessels. This will improve the corrosion resistance, reliability, and lifetime of components in liquid-fuel and liquid-cooled reactors. Molten salts enable economical operation due to higher temperatures (>6 ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  3. 2a. Efficient Monte Carlo Simulations in the Cloud

    SBC: RADIASOFT LLC            Topic: C5302a

    C53-02a-271164Research and development advances in novel nuclear reactor design for power production depend on computer simulations to validate efficiency and safety. Most existing simulation co des require training and expertise and have restrictive licenses that make them hard to acquire and use. One promising open-source code is easy to use and can spread its calculations across many computers, ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  4. E4S: Extreme-Scale Scientific Software Stack for Commercial Clouds

    SBC: PARATOOLS, INC            Topic: C5302b

    C53-02b-271168The software used in High Performance Computing (HPC) and ArtificialIntelligence/MachineLearning (AI/ML) workloads is increasingly complex to maintain, install, and optimize. More problematic is the poor performance portability of applications between platforms, forcing site-specific re-engineering of codes. Existing solutions to deployment of AI/ML work?ows on commercial cloud envir ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Engineered Enzymes for Polyurethane Recycling

    SBC: Birch Biosciences, LLC            Topic: C5331a

    C53-31a-271169Significant technical innovations are needed to improve the economics of plastic recycling. Plastic recycling rates in the United States have been stagnant for more than a decade: less than 10% of plastics are currently recycled, and only 5.5% of polyurethane plastics are recycled. Plastics have become a major contributor to global warming, as emissions from global plastics productio ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Rapid and Tunable Cooling Technology for Vacuum Furnaces


    C49-18a-271181The need for high-temperature furnaces for neutron scattering experiments has been increasing considerably. One of the major limiting factors of these furnaces is the cooling rate. Currently, the vacuum furnace relies on radiation to dissipate heat and takes at least 2 hours to cool the furnace low enough to safely open for a sample change. This results in significant limitations of ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  7. Wavelength Tunable Visible Picosecond Laser

    SBC: Aqwest, LLC            Topic: C5312a

    C53-12a-271184Photocathodes are critical for generation of high-brightness electron beams in accelerators that are used in science, industry, and medical disciplines. A visible wavelength-tunable picoseconds laser is required to support optimization of photocathodes leading to more compact, high-performance, and cost-effective systems. Such lasers are not available commercially. With new sources o ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Geothermal Asset Integrity Model

    SBC: OLI SYSTEMS INC            Topic: C5321a

    C53-21a-271193Assuring trouble-free performance of downhole and surface components is critical for generation of low- cost electricity from geothermal energy systems. Because geothermal environments can be extremely corrosive, managing the corrosion of alloys used in geothermal system through a combination of proper alloy selection and operational practices is essential. Unfortunately, materials s ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  9. Rare Earth Metals Recycling by Hydrogen Reduction of REOs/Salts

    SBC: POLYKALA TECHNOLOGIES LLC            Topic: C5127a

    C51-27a-271194Rare earth elements (REEs) are crucial to the production of green energy motors in wind turbines, hybrid cars, electric vehicles, and electronic devices. REEs are also widely used in defense systems, including precision-guided munitions, radar systems, avionics, night vision equipment, satellites and guided missiles. China dominates the REEs production and exports and is continuing t ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Development of Superconducting High Heat-Load Undulator

    SBC: RADIABEAM TECHNOLOGIES, LLC            Topic: C5311a

    The development of superconducting undulators (SCU) that can stably operate at shorter periods and higher peak fields require designs with smaller gaps. These smaller gaps devices can be subjected to higher heat loads due to increased sensitivity to resistive wall impedances, beam losses, geometric impedance contributions and synchrotron radiation heating. Consequently, short period SCUs should id ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
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