University of Texas at Dallas

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Richardson, TX 75080

Corporate Partners

Faculty & Staff

Name Awards Latest
3tex, Inc.
Cary, NC
2 08/02/05
L J Engineering Technology
Walnut Creek, CA
1 03/15/12
Altair Center, LLC
Shrewsbury, MA
2 10/03/05
Test Devices, Inc.
Hudson, MA
1 07/18/07
Texas Piezoelectric Incorporated
Dallas, TX
1 01/01/08
Asier Technology Corp.
Plano, TX
1 07/01/03
Polatomic, Inc.
Richardson, TX
4 02/09/07
Mohawk Innovative Technology, Inc.
Albany, NY
1 07/01/13
NanoComposites Inc.
The Woodlands, TX
1 01/01/10
Solarno Inc
Coppell, TX
6 01/01/13
MedNano
Irving, TX
1 01/01/10
Nanotechlabs, Inc.
Yadkinville, NC
1 09/02/08
COVALENT ASSOC., INC.
Corvallis, OR
1 01/01/98
Monopole Research
Thousand Oaks, CA
1 10/09/07
Scenpro, Inc.
Richardson, TX
2 06/03/02
Xidex Corp.
Austin, TX
1 01/01/00
Intelligent Epitaxy Technology, Inc.
Richardson, TX
2 10/04/06
Radiant Research, Inc.
Austin, TX
2 09/06/96
Orbital Technologies Corp.(orbitec)
Madison, WI
2 01/01/04
Innovalight, Inc.
Austin, TX
1 08/15/02
Nextgen Aeronautics
Torrance, CA
1 02/15/12
Princeton Lightwave, Inc.
Cranbury , NJ
1 10/21/04
TDA Research, Inc.
Wheat Ridge, CO
1 01/01/03
Photodigm, Inc.
Richardson , TX
1 08/01/05
Lynntech, Inc.
COLLEGE STATION, TX
8 09/01/16
Composite Technology Development, Inc.
Lafayette, CO
2 09/17/09
Charles River Analytics, Inc.
Cambridge, MA
1 10/22/13
Nanohmics, Inc.
Austin, TX
1 10/15/09

50 Awards Won

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Lynntech, Inc.

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: Army
Topic: A15A-T006
Budget: 09/01/16 - 08/31/17

In military settings, vehicle engine noise can be a source of vulnerability, revealing the location of vital resources to hostile threats. Cancellation of the vehicles noise is necessary to safeguard many military missions and mitigate enemy threats. This proposal concerns an innovative lightweight thermoacoustic device using thin, flexible, nov...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Lynntech, Inc.

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: Army
Topic: A15A-T006
Budget: 09/01/15 - 02/29/16

In military settings, vehicle engine noise can be a source of vulnerability, revealing the location of vital resources to hostile threats. Cancellation of the engine noise is necessary to safeguard many military missions and mitigate enemy threats. This proposal concerns an innovative lightweight thermoacoustic device using thin, flexible, novel...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Lynntech, Inc.

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Topic: T3.01
Budget: 05/26/15 - 05/25/17

NASA emphasizes the need to implement energy harvesting in its future mission activities, as well as to conserve on energy and to enhance the sustainability of NASA's facilities. By harvesting energy from the ambient surroundings, there is less dependence on a primary power supply (e.g., combustion engines, fuel cells, batteries, solar cells, et...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Lynntech, Inc.

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Topic: 14-1-T3.01
Budget: 01/01/14 - 12/31/14

NASA emphasizes the need to implement energy harvesting in its future mission activities. By harvesting energy from the ambient surroundings, there is less dependence on a primary power supply (e.g., combustion engines, fuel cells, batteries, solar cells, etc.). Overall power consumption is thereby reduced, equipment weight goes down and logist...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Charles River Analytics, Inc.

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF13-AT11
Budget: 10/22/13 - 07/21/14

ABSTRACT: Intelligence analysts need to process large amounts of text information to form an understanding of a topic of interest. The sheer amount of information can be overwhelming, so automated text analytics that assist with filtering, information extraction, and document understanding, can be highly beneficial. Deep natural language process...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Mohawk Innovative Technology, Inc.

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: Navy
Topic: N13A-T022
Budget: 07/01/13 - 04/30/14

The overall objective of the Phase I and Phase II proposed effort is to design and demonstrate the ability to develop a high-speed shock tolerant composite flywheel energy storage system (FESS) using a low cost manufacturing process. The Phase I tradeoff design studies will assess the FESS size, operating speeds and material requirements needed ...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Solarno Inc

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 03E-2013
Budget: 01/01/13 - 12/31/13

Solar water heaters are a well-established renewable energy technology that has been widely adopted outside of the United States. Here we propose to significantly improve the evacuated solar tube collectors (ETC) by utilizing the dry-drawable carbon nanotube (CNT) sheets for solar energy absorption and CNT multifunctional nanocomposites with fu...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Lynntech, Inc.

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF10-BT22
Budget: 12/01/12 - 11/30/14

ABSTRACT: There are a growing number of military (and civilian) applications for unmanned aircraft. To extend their mission capabilities, unmanned aircraft can incorporate solar panels onto their structure to generate electrical energy from the sun. Solar cell efficiency is inversely proportional to the cell s operating temperature. Therefore...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: L J Engineering Technology

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF11-BT04
Budget: 03/15/12 - 12/14/12

ABSTRACT: The main issue with the development of a reliable constitutive model for explosive materials and concretes is the lack of a fundamental understanding of the evolution of 3-D microstructure and damage in these materials when they are subjected to multi-axial loading under confinement conditions. The main technical challenges are determi...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Nextgen Aeronautics

Institution: University of Texas at Dallas

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF11-BT13
Budget: 02/15/12 - 11/14/12

ABSTRACT: NextGen Aeronautics Inc. proposes use of CNT yarn to weave antenna elements into composite fabric used on Unmanned Vehicles. Use of highly conductive materials, which have previously demonstrated performance at least as good as copper at the desired frequencies, woven into the structural materials will enable antennas to be more simply...

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