Temple University

Dept. of Computer & Informatio 1805 N. Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Corporate Partners

Faculty & Staff

Name Awards Latest
Applied Sensor Research & Development Corporation
Arnold, MD
2 01/01/11
BioSignal Analytics, Inc
Philadelphia, PA
1 07/01/16
Intelligent Fusion Technology, Inc.
Germantown, MD
2 01/01/15
Foster-miller, Inc.
Waltham, MA
1 09/30/00
Proteus Optics LLC
Rose Valley, PA
2 10/05/05
Vortec Corp.
Collegeville, PA
1 08/18/98
Mainstream Engineering Corporation
Rockledge, FL
3 07/31/17
Mesh, Inc.
Oxford, PA
1 09/09/10
CFD Research Corp.
Huntsville, AL
1 01/01/07
TDI Technologies, Inc
King of Prussia, PA
1 06/23/16
SCCAQ Energy LLC
Richland, WA
5 03/13/17

20 Awards Won

Phase 2 STTR Active

Firm: Mainstream Engineering Corporation

Institution: Temple University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 09d
Budget: 07/31/17 - 07/30/19

High selectivity in chemical reactions is the key to reducing costs, energy consumption and emissions in chemical processing. More selective and active catalysts will reduce the need for recovering unreacted chemicals for recycle and removing byproducts. Reducing the burden on separation processes will greatly reduce the energy required for chem...

Phase 2 STTR Active

Firm: SCCAQ Energy LLC

Institution: Temple University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 32
Budget: 03/13/17 - 03/12/19

DOE NE-75 is seeking advanced radioisotope space power conversion systems in the 10-500 watt electric range to support NASA science missions. Current radioisotope thermoelectric generators (RTGs) for these applications are very reliable, but extremely inefficient. Due to the cost and limited availability of radioisotope fuel, robust and reliable...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Mainstream Engineering Corporation

Institution: Temple University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 15a
Budget: 02/21/17 - 11/20/17

Separations often account for a majority of process costs. This is because all traditional separation processes have inherent weaknesses that prevent the system from achieving perfect (or even near perfect in many instances) selectivity. These weaknesses result in large recycle streams and require multiple separation units in concert in order to...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: BioSignal Analytics, Inc

Institution: Temple University

Agency: National Science Foundation
Topic: SH
Budget: 07/01/16 - 06/30/17

The broader impact / commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer Phase I project is enabling real-time seizure detection in intensive care units ? especially units at hospitals without 24/7 neurologist coverage to interpret scans in a timely manner. High performance real-time detection of critical EEG events in an ICU setting...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: TDI Technologies, Inc

Institution: Temple University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N16A-T013
Budget: 06/23/16 - 12/20/16

The objective of STTR Topic N16A-T013, Cyber Forensic Tool Kit for Machinery Control, is to develop live digital forensics that, at run time, provide a cyber-protection strategy and aid in identification of malfunctions due to malicious and non-malicious events, while ensuring minimal impact on overall system performance. A proposal has been pre...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Mainstream Engineering Corporation

Institution: Temple University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 09
Budget: 06/13/16 - 03/12/17

High selectivity in chemical reactions is the key to reducing costs, energy consumption and emissions in chemical processing. More selective and active catalysts will reduce the need for recovering unreacted chemicals for recycle and removing byproducts. Reducing the burden on separation processes will greatly reduce the energy required for chem...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: SCCAQ Energy LLC

Institution: Temple University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 32
Budget: 06/13/16 - 03/12/17

DOE NE-75 is seeking advanced radioisotope space power conversion systems in the 10-500 watt electric range to support NASA science missions. Current radioisotope thermoelectric generators (RTGs) for these applications are very reliable, but extremely inefficient. Due to the cost and limited availability of radioisotope fuel, robust and reliable...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: SCCAQ Energy LLC

Institution: Temple University

Agency: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Topic: T3.01
Budget: 06/10/16 - 06/09/17

SCCAQ Energy, LLC (SCCAQ), in collaboration with Temple University and Infinia Technology Corporation (ITC), is pleased to propose a Stirling Kilopower Innovative Prototype (SKIP) that is ideally suited for use with fission-based Space Nuclear Power Systems (SNPS) and/or Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NEP) systems. SKIP adapts the ongoing developm...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: SCCAQ Energy LLC

Institution: Temple University

Agency: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Topic: T3.01
Budget: 06/10/16 - 06/09/17

SCCAQ Energy, LLC (SCCAQ), in collaboration with Temple University and Infinia Technology Corporation, proposes to develop an Advanced Stirling Regenerator and Heat Exchanger Assembly to significantly increase the performance and durability of Stirling Power systems to address the need for an efficient and robust Radioisotope Power System for sp...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: SCCAQ Energy LLC

Institution: Temple University

Agency: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Topic: T3.01
Budget: 06/10/16 - 06/09/17

SCCAQ Energy, LLC (SCCAQ) in collaboration with Temple University and Infinia Technology Corporation (ITC) proposes to develop a Reliable Stirling Convertor (RSC) prototype free-piston Stirling (FPS) engine designed to address NASA needs for space power applications. This STTR proposal is specifically addressed to Topic T3 (Space Power and Energ...

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