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  1. DMEA221-001: Synthesizable Register Transfer Logic (RTL) Assertions

    Release Date: 12-01-2021Open Date: 01-12-2022Due Date: 02-10-2022Close Date: 02-10-2022

    OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Microelectronics TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Electronics OBJECTIVE: Develop a library of practical synthesizable register transfer logic (RTL) assertions (System Verilog is highly preferred), investigate limitations of synthesizable assertions in both integrated circuit (IC) and field programmable gate array (FPGA) design and design verification flows using alrea ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseDefense Microelectronics Activity
  2. A19-115: Synthetic Aperture by Direct Print-down of Micro-lens Arrays on CMOS Imagers

    Release Date: 05-02-2019Open Date: 05-31-2019Due Date: 07-01-2019Close Date: 07-01-2019

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Electronics OBJECTIVE: Design, develop, prototype and demonstrate the ability to form an array of wide field of micro-lenses that can be directly printed down on a Complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) imager. These lenses can either be compound, Gradient Index (GRIN), Freeform, or other. The intent is use such an array in a light field optical configuration to ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseArmy
  3. N152-083: Synthetic Aperture Radar Approaches for Small Maritime Target Detection and Discrimination

    Release Date: 04-24-2015Open Date: 05-22-2015Due Date: 06-24-2015Close Date: 06-24-2015

    Traditionally SAR has been used to provide imagery of fixed structures on land. Objects moving in the scene were unfocused and generally not of value. For large vessels at sea in relatively calm conditions, some advanced focusing algorithms are able to provide high quality imagery but are not useful for small vessels with very dynamic movements. For maritime environments, the community has relied ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  4. N221-014: Synthetic Aperture Radar High Resolution Imaging when Performing Random Nonrepeating Radar Orbits

    Release Date: 12-01-2021Open Date: 01-12-2022Due Date: 02-10-2022Close Date: 02-10-2022

    OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: General Warfighting Requirements (GWR);Networked C3 TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Air Platforms;Battlespace Environments;Information Systems OBJECTIVE: Develop innovative Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) image formation/detections techniques for aerial vehicles performing Coherent Change Detection (CCD) that permits randomized radar orbits. DESCRIPTION: Modern sy ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseNavy
  5. DTRA21B-001: Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Image Generation Data Augmentation (SIGDA)

    Release Date: 04-21-2021Open Date: 05-19-2021Due Date: 06-17-2021Close Date: 06-17-2021

    RT&L FOCUS AREA(S): Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Battlespace; Sensors The technology within this topic is restricted under the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), 22 CFR Parts 120-130, which controls the export and import of defense-related material and services, including export of sensitive technical data, or the Export Administration Regulation (E ...

    STTRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
  6. BT5: Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering

    Release Date: 11-08-2015Open Date: 11-08-2015Due Date: 12-08-2015Close Date: 12-08-2015

    Using synthetic biology to engineer novel biologically-based (or inspired) functions that do not exist in nature. Proposed projects may include creating new manufacturing capability by designing microorganisms, plants, and cell-free systems for the production of novel chemicals and biomolecules. Applications may include (but are not limited to) health-care products, food ingredients, chemicals, an ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  7. BT5: Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering

    Release Date: 02-25-2014Open Date: 05-11-2014Due Date: 06-11-2014Close Date: 06-11-2014

    Using synthetic biology to engineer novel biologically-based (or inspired) functions that do not exist in nature. Proposed projects may include creating new manufacturing capability by designing microorganisms, plants, and cell-free systems for the production of novel chemicals and biomolecules. Applications may include (but are not limited to) health-care products, food ingredients, chemicals, an ...

    STTRPhase INational Science Foundation
  8. BT5: Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering

    Release Date: 02-25-2014Open Date: 05-10-2014Due Date: 06-10-2014Close Date: 06-10-2014

    Using synthetic biology to engineer novel biologically-based (or inspired) functions that do not exist in nature. Proposed projects may include creating new manufacturing capability by designing microorganisms, plants, and cell-free systems for the production of novel chemicals and biomolecules. Applications may include (but are not limited to) health-care products, food ingredients, chemicals, an ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  9. BT5: Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering

    Release Date: 08-25-2014Open Date: 11-02-2014Due Date: 12-02-2014Close Date: 12-02-2014

    Using synthetic biology to engineer novel biologically-based (or inspired) functions that do not exist in nature. Proposed projects may include creating new manufacturing capability by designing microorganisms, plants, and cell-free systems for the production of novel chemicals and biomolecules. Applications may include (but are not limited to) health-care products, food ingredients, chemicals, an ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  10. BT5: Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering

    Release Date: 02-26-2015Open Date: 05-16-2015Due Date: 06-16-2015Close Date: 06-16-2015

    Using synthetic biology to engineer novel biologically-based (or inspired) functions that do not exist in nature. Proposed projects may include creating new manufacturing capability by designing microorganisms, plants, and cell-free systems for the production of novel chemicals and biomolecules. Applications may include (but are not limited to) health-care products, food ingredients, chemicals, an ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
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