Brown University

Chemistry Department 324 Brook Street
Providence, RI 02912

Corporate Partners

Faculty & Staff

Name Awards Latest
Altair Center, LLC
Shrewsbury, MA
1 09/01/98
Ryon Technologies
Providence, RI
5 01/01/14
Scientific Solutions, Inc.
North Chelmsford, MA
4 01/01/06
Deep Springs Technology
Toledo, OH
1 07/01/13
Ceramatec, Inc.
Salt Lake City, UT
1 04/05/04
Aspen Sciences, Inc
Austin, TX
1 01/01/09
Fluidity Software, Inc.
Somerville, MA
1 01/01/06
Holographic Lithographic Systems
Bedford, MA
1 08/19/99
Envergex, Llc
Sturbridge, MA
1 01/01/07
Imaging Systems Technology
Toledo, OH
1 08/06/15
Hope Technologies, Inc.
Little Compton, RI
1 09/01/98
Objectvideo
Reston, VA
1 03/22/10
Physical Sciences, Inc.
ANDOVER, MA
2 01/10/06
ReliaCoat Technologies, LLC
East Setauket, NY
2 07/11/16
Hypercomp, Inc.
Westlake Village, CA
1 04/09/13
Toyon Research Corp.
Goleta, CA
1 02/01/10
Seashell Technology LLC
La Jolla, CA
1 08/01/06
Traclabs, Inc.
San Antonio, TX
1 09/22/10
Opto-knowledge Systems, Inc.
Torrance, CA
1 01/01/01
CFD Research Corp.
Huntsville, AL
2 09/13/04
Aptima, Inc.
Woburn, MA
2 05/26/10
Maxentric Technologies LLC
Fort Lee, NJ
1 06/28/12

33 Awards Won

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: ReliaCoat Technologies, LLC

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N16A-T019
Budget: 07/11/16 - 05/10/17

Due to high power density and durability, gas turbines provide significant benefits in terms of efficiency and performance that in recent years, marine gas turbines have been deployed in commercial and cruise ships. Marine gas turbine technologies are essentially extensions of aero-gas turbine technology. Aero, land and marine engines have been ...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Imaging Systems Technology

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N13A-T012
Budget: 08/06/15 - 02/06/17

The objective of the work described in this proposal is to aid in the advancement of Mo-Si-B alloys for use in high temperature applications such as hot gas stream components in turbine engines. Such alloys are being characterized for their monotonic tensile properties in tension and compression as well for their creep resistance. Likewise, mult...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Ryon Technologies

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Army
Topic: A11a-T017
Budget: 01/01/14 - 12/31/14

The ability to rapidly detect, identify and monitor chemical agents remains a challenge of significant importance to the Armed Forces. Existing chemical sensing techniques have shortcomings that inhibit widespread implementation. To address this situation, Ryon Technologies is developing a portable instrument that is based on Rydberg Fingerprint...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Ryon Technologies

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Army
Topic: A11A-T017
Budget: 11/29/13 - 11/29/14

The ability to rapidly detect, identify and monitor chemical agents remains a challenge of significant importance to the Armed Forces. Existing chemical sensing techniques have shortcomings that inhibit widespread implementation. To address this situation

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Deep Springs Technology

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N13A-T012
Budget: 07/01/13 - 04/30/14

The objective of the work described in this proposal is to aid in the advancement of Mo-Si-B alloys for use in high temperature applications such as hot gas stream components in turbine engines. Such alloys are being characterized for their monotonic tensile properties in tension and compression as well for their creep resistance. Likewise, mult...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Hypercomp, Inc.

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF12-BT15
Budget: 04/09/13 - 01/09/14

ABSTRACT: Stability phenomena that are of vital interest in liquid rocket motor development involve a confluence of diverse physics and interactions across many system components. Any comprehensive, self-consistent numerical model is burdened by a very large computational mesh, stiff unsteady processes which limit permissible time step, and the ...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Maxentric Technologies LLC

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Topic: SB12A-006
Budget: 06/28/12 - 08/29/13

Next generation DoD electronic warfare (EW) and commercial communication systems are currently faced with the challenge of delivering a receiver capable of multi-band reception. The receiver must meet various wireless standards and cover an expanse of frequencies and bandwidths. Traditionally the solution to the multi-band converge problem emplo...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: ReliaCoat Technologies, LLC

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N12A-T019
Budget: 06/25/12 - 04/26/13

ReliaCoat Technologies, LLC, a Stony Brook University based spin-off, in conjunction with program partner Prof. Nitin Padture of Brown University and collaborators GE Aviation and Sulzer Metco, proposes to develop innovative and cost effective approaches for design and processing of high performance plasma sprayed TBC coatings that are resistant...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Ryon Technologies

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Army
Topic: A11A-T017
Budget: 08/26/11 - 02/25/12

The ability to rapidly detect, identify and monitor chemical agents remains a challenge of significant importance to the Armed Forces. Existing chemical sensing techniques have shortcomings that inhibit widespread implementation. To address this situation, Ryon Technologies is developing a portable instrument that is based on Rydberg Fingerprin...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Traclabs, Inc.

Institution: Brown University

Agency: Army
Topic: A10A-T030
Budget: 09/22/10 - 03/22/11

TRACLabs Inc. has worked with NASA to create indoor/outdoor, vision-based leader-following systems for sparse, extra-terrestrial environments. Brown University's Robotics Group has demonstrated leader-following and gesture recognition in high-traffic, dynamic, indoor environments using active lidar sensing. We propose to combine our technologi...

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