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  1. a: Accessibility of Climate Model Data to Non-Researchers

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

    The purpose of this subtopic is to broaden the usage of federally-funded, long-term climate change simulations of high-end climate models, such as the Community Climate System Model, the NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory model, and the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies model. Therefore, grant applications are sought to develop technology for making the output of these models more a ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  2. b: Develop Modeling Capabilities and Tools that will Facilitate a Better Linkage Between Global and Regional Climate Model Output and Wind-Energy Stakeholders

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

    There are a wide range of uncertainties in general circulation and regional climate models that make them unsuitable for direct use in the design and planning of wind-energy systems. In addition, the global climate model output resolution is much too coarse for use by wind energy planners. Modeling tools that are capable of converting the output of global models to local scales and enable better u ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  3. c: 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 Renu Joseph, Renu.Joseph@science.doe.gov

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  4. 08: Technologies for Subsurface Characterization and Monitoring

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

    New measurement and monitoring tools for interrogating physical, chemical, and biological processes in subsurface environments are important elements of Department of Energy (DOE) research efforts to support the assessment of remediation performance and DOE site stewardship. The purpose of these research efforts is to determine the fate and transport of contaminants generated from past weapons pro ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  5. a: Mapping and Monitoring Hydrogeologic Processes in the Shallow Subsurface

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

    While subsurface characterization methods are improving and yielding higher-resolution data, they are still not routinely used to describe flow and transport processes or to guide remediation activities. Grant applications are sought to develop high-resolution geophysical, geochemical, or hydrogeological methods to: (1) characterize subsurface properties that control the transport and dispersion o ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  6. b: Real-Time, In Situ Measurements of Geochemical, Biogeochemical and Microbial Processes in the Subsurface

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

    Sensitive, accurate, and real-time monitoring of geochemical, biogeochemical, and microbial conditions are needed in subsurface environments, includinggroundwater, sediments, and biofilms. In particular, highly selective, sensitive, and rugged in situ devices are needed for low-cost field deployment in remote locations, in order to enhance our ability to monitor processes at finer levels of resolu ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  7. c: 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 David Lesmes, david.lesmes@science.doe.gov

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  8. 09: Technology to Support BES User Facilities

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

    The Office of Basic Energy Sciences (BES), within the DOE’s Office of Science, is responsible for current and future user facilities including synchrotron radiation, free electron lasers, and the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS). This topic seeks the development of technology to support these user facilities.

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  9. a: Synchrotron Radiation Facilities

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

    As synchrotron radiation has become a ubiquitous tool across a broad area of forefront science, the DOE supports collaborative research centers forsynchrotron radiation science. Research is needed for advanced detectors and advanced radiation sources, including superconducting and short-period undulators. With advances in the brightness of synchrotron radiation sources, wide gap has developed betw ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
  10. b: Beam Diagnostic Instrumentation for Free Electron Lasers and 3rd Generation Light Sources

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

    Advanced electron-beam diagnostic instruments are needed to support the development of X-ray Free Electron Lasers (FEL), as well as the operation and upgrade of 3rd generation light sources. Grant applications are sought to develop monitors for beam position and electron bunch length. The beam position monitor should have nanometer resolution and associated electronics for both linac and storage r ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Energy
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