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Corporate Partners

Faculty & Staff

Name Awards Latest
Applied Radar, Inc.
North Kingstown, RI
1 11/01/07
OUT of the FOG Research
San Francisco, CA
1 06/23/08
Implant Sciences Corp.
Wakefield, MA
1 03/29/94
Schwartz Electro-optics, Inc.
Orlando, FL
1 06/18/96
Menlo Systems Inc.
Newton, NJ
1 01/01/10
Icosystem Corp.
Cambridge, MA
1 07/01/02
LongWave Photonics, LLC
Boston, MA
2 01/01/11
Satcon Applied Technology, Inc.
Boston, MA
1 07/23/07
Inframetrics, Inc.
N. Billerica, MA
1 09/01/98
American Magnetics, Inc.
Oak Ridge, TN
1 01/01/00
Nascent Technology Corp.
Lexington, MA
4 08/15/06
Fusion Research Technologies, Llc
Madison, WI
1 01/01/07
ProtoInnovations, LLC
Pittsburgh, PA
2 05/14/15
NANO-C, INC
Westwood, MA
1 01/01/09
SENSIMETRICS CORP.
Somerville, MA
1 01/01/07
Metal Matrix Cast Composites, LLC (dba M
Waltham, MA
3 03/24/00
Applied Physical Sciences Corp.
Groton, CT
2 06/30/08
Atmospheric & Environmental Research, in
Lexington, MA
2 09/01/00
Displaytech, Inc.
Boulder, CO
1 08/06/97
Oceanscience Group
Oceanside, CA
1 06/28/10
Scientific Solutions, Inc.
Nashua, NH
1 07/01/03
Aculight Corp.
Bothell, WA
1 10/08/03
Parasym
Los Angeles, CA
1 09/26/08
Payload Systems, Inc.
Cambridge, MA
3 01/01/06
Alphatech, Inc.
Burlington, MA
3 08/31/04
Satcon Technology Corp.
Boston, MA
1 10/03/01
Superconductor Technologies, Inc.
Santa Barbara, CA
1 08/01/06
Terahertz Technologies LLC
Walnut Creek, CA
1 01/01/08
Twinleaf
Princeton, NJ
1 06/16/15
IS Robotics, Inc.
Somerville, MA
4 06/10/98
Advanced Magnetic and Cryogenic, LLC
Macungie, PA
1 01/01/04
Simbex, LLC
LEBANON, NH
1 08/15/06
Aware, Inc.
Bedford, MA
1 08/11/05
Nanolab, Inc.
Waltham, MA
3 05/17/10
APIC Corporation
Culver City, CA
1 06/15/11
Supercon, Inc.
Shrewsbury, MA
2 01/01/11
iRobot Corp.
Bedford, MA
1 07/13/07
Veromodo, Inc.
Brookline, MA
1 09/15/04
Engineous Software
Cary, NC
1 07/01/03
Zona Technology, Inc.
Scottsdale, AZ
2 03/15/14
Molecular Mechanisms LLC
Somerville, MA
1 07/01/02
GC Holdings, Inc.
Fremont, CA
1 07/14/08
Rdrtec, Inc.
Dallas, TX
1 01/01/15
Phoenix Integration
Blacksburg, VA
1 01/01/14
Metis Design Corp.
Boston, MA
5 11/02/10
Q Peak, Inc.
Bedford, MA
2 08/16/10
Vector Controls Inc.
Newton, MA
2 07/13/11
Ii-vi, Inc.
Port Richey, FL
1 09/15/95
Webb Research Corp.
East Falmouth, MA
2 05/26/98
Northeast Photosciences, Inc.
Hollis, NH
2 10/20/95
Foster-miller, Inc.
Waltham, MA
4 06/06/98
Spinix Corp.
Devens, MA
1 09/23/99
iGlobe, Inc.
Franklin, NH
1 01/01/14
Systems Technology, Inc.
Hawthorne, CA
1 07/01/04
Dawn Research Inc
Madison, AL
1 01/01/14
Advanced Device Technology, Inc.
Nashua, NH
2 11/06/95
Quantum Signal, LLC
Saline, MI
6 01/01/14
Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc.
Melbourne, FL
3 01/01/01
Nemometrics Corp.
Boston, MA
7 01/01/10
Aeroastro, Inc.
Ashburn, VA
2 09/09/04
Infrared Components Corp.
Utica, NY
1 08/25/95
Wide NET Technologies, Inc.
Acton, MA
1 09/01/06
Raydiance, Inc.
Orlando, FL
2 10/07/08
Advanced Technology Materials, Inc.
Danbury, CT
1 06/15/96
Ewing Technology Assoc., Inc.
Bellevue, WA
1 01/01/99
Arkyd Astronautics, Inc.
Bellevue, WA
1 01/01/12
Viasat, Inc.
Carlsbad, CA
1 06/10/97
Ventions, LLC
San Francisco, CA
1 10/11/07
Sensimetrics Corporation
Malden, MA
2 04/01/05
Advanced Mechanical Technology, Inc.
Newton, MA
2 01/01/08
Lytek Corp.
Phoenix, AZ
2 08/12/04
Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.
Dayton, OH
2 07/31/98
Microsat Systems
Littleton, CO
1 05/12/02
Electron Power Systems, Inc.
Acton, MA
3 09/08/99
Cambridge Electronics, Inc.
Belmont, MA
1 09/15/15
Triton Systems, Inc.
Chelmsford, MA
1 11/06/14
Ambri, Inc.
Cambridge, MA
1 06/27/11
Hyper-therm High-temperature Composites,
Huntington Beach, CA
1 01/01/04
Scientific Systems Company, Inc.
Woburn, MA
7 01/01/14
Stellar Micro Devices
Austin, TX
2 09/20/05
Axis Engineering Technologies
Cambridge, MA
2 01/01/05
Faraday Technology, Inc.
Englewood, OH
2 06/13/16
Physical Sciences, Inc.
ANDOVER, MA
3 06/15/11
Ferro Solutions, Inc.
Woburn, MA
5 09/26/06
Science Research Laboratory Inc.
Somerville, MA
1 01/01/99
Dynamic Object Language Labs
Haverhill, MA
1 01/01/15
Systems & Technology Research
Woburn, MA
1 01/08/14
Ocean Acoustical Services & Instrumentat
Lexington, MA
1 01/01/14
Freedom Photonics LLC
Goleta, CA
1 12/04/14
Decisive Analytics Corp.
Arlington, VA
1 10/22/08
Mide Technology Corp.
Medford, MA
3 01/01/14
Ues, Inc.
Dayton, OH
2 10/04/07
Advr, Inc.
Bozeman, MT
2 01/01/15
Perceptronics Solutions, Inc.
Sherman Oaks, CA
1 08/01/06
Agiltron Corp.
Woburn, MA
2 01/29/16
Global Infotek, Inc.
Reston, VA
1 06/09/06
Structured Materials Industries
Piscataway, NJ
2 09/10/96
Aspen Aerogels, Inc.
Northborough, MA
1 01/01/07
Adaptive Methods, Inc.
Centreville, VA
1 07/06/15
Energid Technologies
Cambridge, MA
1 07/01/03
Technology Service Corp.
Silver Spring, MD
1 07/15/96
Stottler Henke Associates
San Mateo, CA
1 05/24/07
Hypres, Inc.
Elmsford, NY
2 07/15/01
Calabazas Creek Research, Inc.
San Mateo, CA
2 01/01/08
Tech-X Corporation
Boulder, CO
1 08/21/02
Aurora Flight Sciences Corp.
Manassas, VA
5 01/01/10
Charles River Analytics, Inc.
Cambridge, MA
4 02/13/09
Creare, Inc.
Hanover, NH
12 09/29/16
Busek Co., Inc.
Natick, MA
10 12/13/13
CFD Research Corp.
Huntsville, AL
3 07/01/03
Luna Innovations, Inc.
Roanoke, VA
1 01/01/09
Aptima, Inc.
Woburn, MA
2 04/03/08
Aerodyne Research, Inc.
Billerica, MA
6 09/24/10
Hyper Tech Research, Inc.
Columbus, OH
2 09/07/05
Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation
Cambridge, MA
1 06/10/16
Vishwa Robotics and Automation LLC
Arlington, MA
1 07/01/13
Name Contacts Awards
Luis Velasquez Garcia
 
1
Erik Woisin
 
1
Michael Leskiw
 
1
Goldberg
 
1
Bensey
 
1
Dr. Jordan Rosenthal
 
1
Tomas Palacio
 
1
Paul Juodawlkis
 
1
Danielle Braje
 
1
Michelle Hudak
 
1
Michael P. Corcoran
 
28
Dava J. Newman
 
3
Stacey Sullaway
 
3
Benjamin Snedeker
 
1
Pierre Lermusiaux
 
1
Susan Kilmer
 
3
Lynch
 
1
Dr. Rodney Cole
 
1
Patrick Winston
 
1
Michael McElman
 
0
Ben Egan
 
0
David Pronchick
 
0
Karl Iagnemma
 
2
Dr. Mary L. Cummings
 
4
Dr. Gang Chen
 
2
Dr. Brian Wardle
 
2
Ali S. Argon
 
1
Robert C. O'Handley
 
1
Dr. Sedwick
 
1
Ahmed Ghoniem
 
1
Alexander Pentland
 
1
Franz Hover
 
1
Paul A Lagace
 
1
Jeffrey Friedland
 
2
M. McGonagle
 
1
Ms. Rosemary Hanlon
 
1
Bob O'Handley
 
2
Melanie A. Straight
 
1
Eric Feron
 
1
Dr. Tayo Akinwande
 
1
Steven Leeb
 
4
Nicholas Roy
 
1
Jon P. How
 
2
Hugh Herr
 
2
Steven R. Hall
 
2
Brian P. Sack
 
9
Louis D. Braida
 
2
David Harrington
 
1
Dr. Donald Sadoway
 
1
Gail Powderly
 
3
David J. Harrigan
 
7
Ms. Patricia K Greer
 
19
Lucie Piazza
 
1
Paul C. Powel
 
1
Frank D. Schimmoller
 
1
Dr. R. Temkin
 
1
Michael Cima
 
1
Mr. Zachary J. Lemnios
 
2
Leslie Kolodziejski
 
1
Franz Kaertner
 
3
Robert Haimes
 
1
Yoel Fink
 
2
Professor Alan Epstein
 
1
Dick K.P. Yue
 
2
Paula Hammond
 
1
Dr. Henrik Schmidt
 
2
Prof. Jonathan How
 
2
Dr. Qing Hu
 
2
Institute o Massachusetts
 
1
Patrick W. Fitzgerald
 
1
Dr. Akintunde Akinwande
 
1
Laureen Augustine
 
1
Daniel E. Oates
 
1
Denise Moody
 
1
Charlotte Morse
 
1
Thomas B. Duff
 
2
Chryssostomos Chryssostom
 
1
Stephen McAlarney
 
5
Dr. Leslie Pack Kaelbling
 
1
Mike Corcoran
 
1
Kara DeNutte
 
1
Kimberly Mann
 
2
Ramon Downes
 
3
Joseph Minervini
 
2
Benn Egan
 
1
James R. Glass
 
1
Jagadeesh S Moodera
 
1
Michael Strano
 
1
David Moncton
 
1
Mary A. McGonagle
 
2
Dr. Carl E. Nielsen
 
2
Scott Hamilton
 
1
Dan Oates PhD
 
1
Anthony Favaloro
 
3
Angela Olsen
 
5
Chanell L. Rome
 
2
Prof. Vladan Vuletic
 
1
Paul Powell
 
4
Mr. Eric Grimson
 
2
Dr. Josh Tenebaum
 
1
Sara Seager
 
1

228 Awards Won

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Creare, Inc.

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: Army
Topic: A16A-T012
Budget: 09/29/16 - 04/03/17

Analysis of chemical and biological samples in the field has many advantages over laboratory analysis. Laboratory analyses can be slow, involve increased expense, lead to additional waste generation and disposal problems, and may introduce errors due to sample degradation or mishandling. In situ analysis mitigates all of these problems. The s...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Faraday Technology, Inc.

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 18
Budget: 06/13/16 - 03/12/17

Statement of the problem or situation that is being addressed in your application. Coal-generated power represents a major source of electrical generation in the Nation, and will likely remain so for the foreseeable future. However, recently proposed limits on CO2 emissions from new electrical generation capacity will necessitate carbon capture ...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Topic: T4.03
Budget: 06/10/16 - 06/09/17

Fractionated spacecraft architectures to distribute mission performance from a single, monolithic satellite across large number of smaller spacecraft, for missions like close proximity inspection, sparse aperture arrays, robotic assembly, servicing, refueling, etc., can enable higher mission capability, reconfigurability and robustness. This dis...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Faraday Technology, Inc.

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 15c
Budget: 02/29/16 - 11/21/16

In the near term, in order to mitigate carbon emissions to the extent possible while carbon-neutral, renewable energy resources are developed sufficiently to address the total demand of the Nation, there is a significant need for technologies capable of up-converting captured carbon dioxide either to value-added products or to forms able to be s...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Agiltron Corp.

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: Army
Topic: A15A-T016
Budget: 01/29/16 - 08/15/16

Thin-film, lightweight, large-area flexible inorganic solar cells have shown promise to meet the militarys remote power needs on the battlefield. However, thin film solar cells normally have inferior conversion efficiencies due to limited absorption of sunlight by the thin active layer. Various approaches have been investigated to improve conver...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Creare, Inc.

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: Army
Topic: A15A-T017
Budget: 12/09/15 - 06/07/16

Energy harvesting from garments is an innovative technology that can power critical soldier systems without limiting mobility or adding a logistical burden. Soldiers currently carry a large amount of batteries in both weight and type for various applications, including communication, computing, and sensors. Creare and the Microsystems Technolo...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Cambridge Electronics, Inc.

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: Navy
Topic: N13A-T025
Budget: 09/15/15 - 03/14/17
PI: Ling Xia

The goal of Phase II of this STTR project is to optimize the GaN transistor obtained in Phase I to deliver a 100-W power amplifier with 90% power added efficiency (PAE) at 1 GHz. Emphasis will be put on optimizing output capacitances, improving gate control and further improving epitaxial wafers. We will finalize our design of power amplifier ci...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Adaptive Methods, Inc.

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: Navy
Topic: N15A-T015
Budget: 07/06/15 - 05/06/16

Hull mounted sensor arrays are an important tool used to determine localized threat assessment. The location of these arrays on the ship is critical. They must be placed at the quietest location on the hull to minimize own-ship noise which can interfere with array sensitivity. To determine these quiet locations, Adaptive Methods has proposed inc...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Twinleaf

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: Navy
Topic: N15A-T004
Budget: 06/16/15 - 01/15/16

The proposed work seeks to establish electric field sensor performance goals and study state of the art electro-optic and nitrogen vacancy diamond electric field sensors.

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: ProtoInnovations, LLC

Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Agency: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Topic: T11.01
Budget: 05/14/15 - 05/13/17

ProtoInnovations, LLC (PI) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have formed a partnership to research, develop, and experimentally characterize a suite of robotic controls to significantly improve the safety, mean travel speed, and rough-terrain access of wheeled planetary rovers. In meeting this goal we have been developing algor...

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