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Corporate Partners

Faculty & Staff

Name Awards Latest
3tex, Inc.
Cary, NC
1 06/08/07
CSA Engineering, Inc.
Mountain View, CA
2 10/31/03
Pilato Consulting
Bound Brook, NJ
1 08/15/02
Nanorelease Technologies, LLC
San Antonio, TX
1 09/14/11
Infoscitex Corp.
Waltham, MA
1 09/12/06
Thies Technology
Henderson, NV
2 01/01/08
T/J Technologies, Inc.
Ann Arbor, MI
1 08/14/96
RST Scientific Research, Inc.
Anaheim, CA
4 07/09/12
Accelerator Technology Corporation
College Station, TX
2 01/01/02
Leonardo Technologies, Inc.
Bannock, OH
1 07/18/08
Accacia International, Inc.
Austin, TX
1 07/01/13
Calnetix
Cerritos, CA
2 06/08/06
SunEthanol Incorporated
Hadley, MA
1 01/01/08
Electro Magnetic Manufacturing and Appli
Elm Mott, TX
1 02/17/09
Aeroprobe Corp.
Christiansburg, VA
2 06/09/98
NanoMEMS Research LLC
Irvine, CA
1 10/01/08
Intelligent Fusion Technology, Inc.
Germantown, MD
1 01/01/15
VectorNav Technologies, LLC
Richardson, TX
1 01/01/12
Nanosonic, Inc.
Pembroke, VA
1 01/01/11
Reeves & Sons, LLC
Richland, WA
2 01/01/07
TAO of Systems Integration, Inc.
Hampton, VA
2 08/14/03
Calnetix Technologies, Llc
Yorba Linda, CA
2 01/01/12
KOO & Associates International, Inc.
Austin, TX
2 02/16/05
Performance Polymer Solutions, Inc.
Moraine, OH
2 01/01/06
Altus Biologics, Inc.
Cambridge, MA
1 11/25/96
American Research Corp. of VA
Radford, VA
2 01/22/97
Marlow Industries, Inc.
Dallas, TX
2 12/06/04
Scientific Systems Company, Inc.
Woburn, MA
1 09/04/01
Giner, Inc.
Newton, MA
2 10/29/15
IBC Materials & Technologies
Lebanon, IN
1 05/20/16
Custom Manufacturing & Engineering, Inc.
Pinellas Park, FL
2 07/31/06
Physics, Materials & Applied Math Resear
Tucson, AZ
6 08/04/15
Williams-pyro, Inc.
Fort Worth, TX
1 07/01/03
ADA Technologies, Inc.
Littleton, CO
1 05/24/11
Kitware
Clifton Park, NY
1 10/11/12
Lynntech, Inc.
COLLEGE STATION, TX
6 08/12/14
Traclabs, Inc.
San Antonio, TX
2 06/21/12
CFD Research Corp.
Huntsville, AL
1 07/23/99
Aptima, Inc.
Woburn, MA
1 09/18/06
Hyper Tech Research, Inc.
Columbus, OH
3 04/10/17
Applied Nanotech, Inc.
Austin, TX
2 10/31/13

72 Awards Won

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Hyper Tech Research, Inc.

Institution: Texas A&M University

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

Hyper Tech is developing a long-length superconducting NbTi CIC cable that can improve the performance/cost for a new DOE colliders plus energy and medical applications like MRI and SMES.

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Hyper Tech Research, Inc.

Institution: Texas A&M University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 25h
Budget: 02/21/17 - 11/20/17

Hyper Tech proposes to develop a new technology for the high-performance superconducting mag- nets that are required for final focus in an electron-ion collider. The Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) is a pro- posed colliding beam facility in which polarized beams of ions and electrons would be to study the spin structure of nuclear matter. Final-focu...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: IBC Materials & Technologies

Institution: Texas A&M University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N16A-T005
Budget: 05/20/16 - 12/30/16

In this proposed SBIR program, IBC Materials & Technologies, in conjunction with our industry partner Mechanical Solutions, Inc. (MSI) and Texas A&M University, will leverage our knowledge and experience in the domain of industrial metallic coatings to develop a metallurgical coating solution for the Air Foil Bearing. IBC has deep expertise in a...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Hyper Tech Research, Inc.

Institution: Texas A&M University

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

Hyper Tech proposes to develop a long-length structured cable for use in superconducting accelera- tor magnets. The Medium-energy Electron-Ion Collider (MEIC) is a proposed colliding beam facility in which polarized beams of ions and electrons would be collided at energies up to ~100 GeV/u for ions and 20 GeV for electrons. The arc lattice for i...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Giner, Inc.

Institution: Texas A&M University

Agency: Army
Topic: A14A-T012
Budget: 10/29/15 - 10/28/16

Antimicrobial treatment of military textile systems is intended to provide enhanced protection to the Warfighter in the field by preventing colonization of harmful bacteria that cause problems such as odor, dermatitis, impetigo, cellulitis, and other skin irritations. Current treatments can impart antimicrobial functionality to textiles; however...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Physics, Materials & Applied Math Resear

Institution: Texas A&M University

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF15-AT39
Budget: 08/04/15 - 05/09/16

ABSTRACT: The ability to convert extreme aerodynamic heating into electricity via thermoelectric generators presents a unique opportunity to leverage this otherwise undesirable condition. The harvested energy can be used to power the significant electrical demand of a hypersonic/long range vehicle while also aiding in managing high temperatures....

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Intelligent Fusion Technology, Inc.

Institution: Texas A&M University

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF12-BT09
Budget: 01/01/15 - 12/31/15

ABSTRACT: Space superiority needs protected tactical space communications with dynamic spectrum sharing, routing adaptation and interference mitigations against kinetic and non kinetic threats. The main focus of this project is to develop game-theoretic analytics and frameworks to support the Air Forces autonomy science & technology strategy (e....

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Physics, Materials & Applied Math Resear

Institution: Texas A&M University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N14A-T004
Budget: 09/09/14 - 04/09/15

Combustion instability, or screech, occurs in many modern gas turbine systems, and is due to the complex physical coupling of the acoustic resonances in the combustion chamber with fluctuations in the heat release of the combustion process. These instabilities can produce large pressure fluctuations that can be severe enough to damage engine har...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Giner, Inc.

Institution: Texas A&M University

Agency: Army
Topic: A14A-T012
Budget: 08/20/14 - 02/18/15

Antimicrobial treatment of military textile systems is intended to provide enhanced protection to the Warfighter in the field by preventing colonization of harmful bacteria that cause problems such as odor, dermatitis, and skin irritation. Current treatments can impart antimicrobial functionality to textiles; however, they all possess broad-spec...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Lynntech, Inc.

Institution: Texas A&M University

Agency: Army
Topic: A14A-T007
Budget: 08/12/14 - 02/10/15

The use of novel magnesium materials with desirable properties can provide significant weight reduction and improved fuel economy in military, automobile, and aerospace applications. The proposed project aims to develop a microplasma discharge based magnesium vaporization process for manufacturing of novel magnesium alloys and composites. The me...

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