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  1. e: Other

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    In addition to the specific subtopics listed above, the Department invites grant applications in other areas that fall within the scope of the topic description above.Questions – contact Barry Sullivan, barry.sullivan@science.doe.gov

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  2. 24: High Energy Density Plasmas and Inertial Fusion Energy

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    High-energy-density laboratory plasma (HEDLP) physics is the study of ionized matter at extremely high density and temperature, specifically when matter is heated and compressed to a point that the stored energy in the matter reaches approximately 100 billion Joules per cubic meter (the energy density of a hydrogen molecule). This corresponds to a pressure of approximately 1 million atmospheres or ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  3. a: Advancing the Science of High Energy Density Laboratory Plasma

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    The Department has an interest in producing and developing the science of high-energy-density plasmas. Research and development activities are sought to support on-going activities in laser-driven, pulsedpower- driven, and heavy-ion-driven high-energy-density plasma physics. Proposed work should be focused on a specific application, diagnostic or need that would lead to potential commercialization ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  4. b: Other

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    In addition to the specific subtopics listed above, the Department invites grant applications in other areas that fall within the scope of the topic description above.Questions – contact Ann Satsangi, ann.satsangi@science.doe.gov

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  5. 25: Low Temperature Plasmas

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    Low temperature plasma science and engineering address research and development in partially ionized gases with electron temperatures typically below about 10 eV. Richness of the field comes from the intimate contact between energetic plasmas and ordinary matter in all its phases: gas, liquid, and solid making it one of the highly complicated, usually coupled, and nonlinear systems. Research is su ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  6. a: Science Enabling Low Temperature Plasma Engineering and Technology

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    A weakly to partially ionized gas is often characterized by strong nonequilibrium in the velocity and energy distributions of its neutral and charged constituents. Topics being encouraged include (1) developing experimental, theoretical, and model-based predictive capability for plasma and chemistry processes, plasma kinetics, and interactions between plasma and material surfaces, (2) development ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  7. b: Other

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    In addition to the specific subtopics listed above, the Department invites grant applications in other areas that fall within the scope of the topic description above.Questions - contact Nirmol Podder, Nirmol.Podder@science.doe.gov

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  8. 26: High Energy Physics Computational Technology

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    The DOE supports the development of computational technologies essential for success of the experimental, theoretical, and R&D programs in the Office of High Energy Physics (HEP). HEP funded research is aimed at understanding how our universe works at its most fundamental level though Energy, Intensity and Cosmic Frontiers [1]. Experiments for HEP science are data intensive, and rely heavily on sc ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  9. a: Software and Simulation Tools

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    Grant applications are sought to develop innovative computing tools and software for high energy physics simulation and modeling. Topics of interest include simulation and modeling algorithms for high energy physics processes and models, particle accelerators [9], and theoretical calculations. Software and codes for high performance supercomputers should be scalable on such machines. Grant applica ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  10. b: Web Tools and Collaboration Software for Distributed Computing

    Release Date: 07-29-2011Open Date: 08-02-2011Due Date: 09-17-2011Close Date: 09-17-2011

    The international nature of HEP experiments and their large computing resource requirements drive the current HEP paradigm of handling and analyzing experimental data in a highly distributed fashion. By aggregating world-wide computing resources from HEP and other disciplines, initiatives like theOpen Science Grid [5] aim to enable a federated computing model for HEP and other participating discip ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
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