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Faculty & Staff

Name Awards Latest
Altairnano, Inc.
Reno, NV
1 01/01/08
Planetary Emissions Management Inc.
Cambridge, MA
1 01/01/08
Ceramare Corp.
New Brunswick, NJ
2 01/01/01
ZN Technology, Inc.
Brea, CA
1 12/08/03
Layered Manufacturing, Inc.
New Brunswick, NJ
1 09/28/01
Ceramatec, Inc.
Salt Lake City, UT
1 06/08/07
Lithium Technology Corp.
Plymouth Meeting, PA
1 07/16/07
Agave Biosystems, Inc.
Ithaca, NY
1 10/03/11
Hifunda, Llc
Salt Lake City, UT
1 01/01/10
Webb Research Corp.
East Falmouth, MA
2 06/01/02
Foster-miller, Inc.
Waltham, MA
2 09/29/00
OLI Systems, Inc.
Morris Plains, NJ
2 03/15/97
Mphase Technologies
Little Falls, NJ
2 08/29/08
dBmCorp, Inc.
Oakland, NJ
1 06/27/11
United Silicon Carbide, Inc.
Monmouth Junction, NJ
1 05/03/10
Wavefront Research, Inc.
Bethlehem, PA
2 09/13/95
RF Monolithics, Inc.
Dallas, TX
1 08/15/96
Northeast Science & Technology
East Sandwich, MA
1 01/01/98
Advanced Cerametrics, Inc.
Lambertville, NJ
2 04/23/96
Brimrose Corporation of America
Sparks, MD
1 01/01/07
Nanopowder Enterprises, Inc.
Piscataway, NJ
1 12/02/96
Polestar Technologies, Inc.
Needham Heights, MA
2 10/30/12
Mayflower Communications Co., Inc.
Bedford, MA
2 09/20/04
Structured Materials Industries
Piscataway, NJ
2 01/01/09
Mechanical Solutions, Inc.
Whippany, NJ
1 01/01/03
Opto-knowledge Systems, Inc.
Torrance, CA
2 01/01/10
Technology Holding, LLC
Salt Lake City, UT
1 08/25/09
Combustion Research & Flow Technology
Pipersville, PA
1 12/19/14
Navsys Corp.
Colorado Springs, CO
1 09/26/03
Optimal Solutions
Bridgewater, NJ
1 02/21/17

41 Awards Won

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Optimal Solutions

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 02a
Budget: 02/21/17 - 02/20/18

Process industries have a pressing need to assess the state of materials at each stage in their supply chains – starting with raw materials at a vendor location and ending with the finished goods at customer sites. Such assessments entail the measurement of material properties like chemical composition and physical properties. Today’s assessment...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Combustion Research & Flow Technology

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF14-AT23
Budget: 12/19/14 - 09/19/15

ABSTRACT: The goal of the Phase I effort is to develop a detailed and comprehensive plan that identifies specific, tangible improvements to improve the fidelity of modeling trans-critical combustors. Both hydrogen/oxygen as well as hydrocarbon (RP-1, RP-2) / oxygen systems will be considered. The focus will be on developing improved modules fo...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Polestar Technologies, Inc.

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Army
Topic: A12A-T011
Budget: 10/30/12 - 04/24/13
PI: Yufeng Ma

The overall objective of this program is to enhance significantly charge transfer from biological molecules to nanostructured electrode surfaces. To achieve this objective, we plan to use combination of three approaches: 1) Develop an effective means for integrating the biological molecules onto the anode and cathode surfaces of the nanostructur...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Agave Biosystems, Inc.

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Army
Topic: A11A-T030
Budget: 10/03/11 - 05/02/12

The ability to direct the wound pathways following injury could provide a critical path in wound care at crucial times during the progression of healing. A promising field of study in wound healing is epigenetics; alterations in gene expression caused by mechanisms other than changes in DNA sequence. Identification of epigenetic factors and th...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: dBmCorp, Inc.

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N11A-T038
Budget: 06/27/11 - 04/27/12

dBm Corp in consortium with Rutgers University and XPRT propose to develop an NxN RF Emulator Matrix (N2REM) that is based on 1 to N channel implementation rather than 1 to 1 to enable the implementation of complex scenarios. This will allow a given node to have an independent RF relationship with every other node in the matrix. It is proposed t...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: United Silicon Carbide, Inc.

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA09-T006
Budget: 05/03/10 - 11/02/10

In response to SBIR topic MDA09-T006, USCI proposes to develop the first medium-level integrated circuit for radiation-tolerant applications. The advanced integrated circuit will be demonstrated based on a novel yet simple design SiC transistor that has the potential to provide a factor of 10X improvement in performance comparison to state-of-th...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Polestar Technologies, Inc.

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF09-BT03
Budget: 04/30/10 - 01/30/11

The overall objective of this program is to develop an effective means for integrating enzymes onto an electrode in order to improve electron transfer and enzyme loading and stability. The approach is based on conformably coating a layer of functional polymer onto an arrayed multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) electrode. The immobilized enzym...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Opto-knowledge Systems, Inc.

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 58 B-2010
Budget: 01/01/10 - 12/31/10

Spectroscopy in the long-wave infrared (LWIR) wavelength region (8 to 12

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Hifunda, Llc

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 04 B-2010
Budget: 01/01/10 - 12/31/10

The nation is currently faced with the significant challenge of developing alternative sources of energy to meet our growing energy needs in a sustainable and environmentally responsible manner, while reducing carbon emissions. For a significant population of the western United States and the world that live near geothermal resources that may be...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Technology Holding, LLC

Institution: Rutgers University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N07-T022
Budget: 08/25/09 - 06/16/12

A battery is proposed that utilizes a Li+ conducting, solid-electrolyte separator, LiSICON, Li metal anode and high-capacity cathode. The LiSICON ceramic is fabricated using state of the art tape casting methods which allows composite structures of porous and dense layers ~100 Ým thick. The layered structure increase mechanical strength and decr...

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