RadiaSoft LLC

1348 Redwood Ave. Array
Boulder, CO 80304

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 16
Total Value of Awards $6.81MM
Active Awards 3 valued at $3MM
First Award Date 01/01/14
Most Recent Award Date 07/31/17

3 Active Awards Valued at $3MM

Award Title Awarding Agency Phase Award amount Start Date End Date
Integrable Optics Design Principles for Beam Halo Suppression in Accelerator Rings at the Intensity ... DoE 2 $1000K 07/31/17 07/30/19
Dynamic friction in magnetized electron coolers for relativistic beams DoE 2 $1MM 04/10/17 04/09/19
Development of Software Framework for X-Ray Optics Simulation and Modeling DoE 2 $1MM 04/10/17 04/09/19

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Bruhwiler Dr. David Bruhwiler 56 Message
Webb Stephen Webb 2 Message
Cook Nathan Cook 1 Message
Abell Dan Abell 1 Message

16 Awards Won

Phase 2 SBIR Active

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 30a
Budget: 07/31/17 - 07/30/19

Future accelerator applications for discovery science and industrial use will require more intense beams than ever before. New concepts in lattice design are required that can safely handle transport of these high-intensity beams. A possible solution is to use lattice designs with very strong nonlinearities, but which still provide bounded motio...

Phase 2 SBIR Active

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 23d
Budget: 04/10/17 - 04/09/19

RadiaSoft LLC is developing software to minimize technical risk for a future electron ion collider, which promises to fundamentally advance nuclear physics and particle accelerator technology.

Phase 2 SBIR Active

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 04d
Budget: 04/10/17 - 04/09/19

RadiaSoft is developing an open source cloud computing software to simulate synchrotron radiation light sources. These tools will enable scientists across many fields such as medical research and materials science to make breakthroughs.

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 02b
Budget: 02/21/17 - 11/20/17

The design and fabrication of vacuum nano-electronic devices is essential to the present and future US economy and energy sources. Highly-resolved 3D electrostatic particle-in-cell (PIC) simulations are required to correctly model and optimize their fabrication and operation; however, the associated run-time and complexity of such HPC codes is p...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 02a
Budget: 02/21/17 - 11/20/17

The advanced manufacturing and engineering sectors of the US economy require turnkey high- performance computing (HPC) software to reliably automate all aspects of the design, manufacture and operation of emerging hardware solutions to societal needs. Robotic systems are a key element of advanced manufacturing. An optimized 4π radiotherapy syste...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 25e
Budget: 02/21/17 - 11/20/17
PI: Dan Abell

Electron-ion colliders (EICs) are the best microscopes for studying the structure of nuclear matter, particularly the nature and origin of spin in nuclei. To be effective, such machines require electron and ion beams with polarizations as high as 80%. Comprehensive end-to-end simulations to study the spin dynamics and optimize the beam polarizat...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 05b
Budget: 02/21/17 - 11/20/17

Future generations of X-ray free-electron lasers will use novel seeding and tapering schemes to extract power from the electron beams with orders of magnitude greater efficiency. The current state-of-the-art free-electron laser codes are not adequately equipped for designing these machines. By developing a new code with these schemes in mind, a...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 24
Budget: 06/13/16 - 03/12/17

Accelerator stewardship applications include: treatment of potable and waste water, removal of pollutants from stack gases, increased efficiency of material processing, and replacement of radioactive sources in sterilization applications. These applications involve exposing significant mass streams to kGy-class radiation fields, which requires: ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 23d
Budget: 02/22/16 - 11/21/16

Modeling beam loading in RF cavities is currently a difficult supercomputing problem. By developing new hybrid algorithms, we can reduce the beam loading problem to a desktop problem, enabling design of advanced accelerator concepts such as energy recovery linacs and enhanced beam dumps.Using a pseudo-spectral Green’s function type approach, the...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 04c
Budget: 02/22/16 - 11/21/16

The next generation of synchrotron light sources requires much more compact vacuum chambers, greatly increasing performance requirements which are already numerous, demanding, complex and coupled. To manage the more intense synchrotron radiation, photon absorbers in the vacuum system must be sufficiently robust to accept power densities as high ...

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