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Faculty & Staff

Name Awards Latest
Transformational Technologies Innovation
Tallahassee, FL
1 07/25/08
Ionova Technologies, Inc.
Frederick, MD
2 01/01/10
INSILICOM LLC
Tallahassee, FL
1 01/01/14
Energia Technologies, Inc.
San Leandro, CA
2 08/02/10
JXT Applications, Inc.
Beavercreek, OH
1 08/01/06
IAP Research, Inc.
Dayton, OH
1 06/08/16
Supercon, Inc.
Shrewsbury, MA
1 01/01/08
BIG Horn Valve, Inc.
Sheridan, WY
2 01/01/02
Nanotechnology Patronas Group Inc
Tallahassee, FL
1 01/01/16
Weidlinger Assoc., Inc.
New York, NY
2 11/15/02
RCT Systems, Inc.
Linthicum, MD
2 06/25/12
Evans Capacitor CO.
East Providence, RI
1 11/18/99
Muons, Inc.
Batavia, IL
1 01/01/09
Q-chem, Inc.
PLEASANTON, CA
2 09/21/16
Spectral Energies, LLC
Dayton, OH
1 09/01/08
Tai-Yang Research Company
Knoxville, FL
1 09/22/11
KOO & Associates International, Inc.
Austin, TX
2 04/01/13
Mtech Laboratories LLC
Ballston Spa, NY
1 10/29/04
Custom Manufacturing & Engineering, Inc.
Pinellas Park, FL
2 01/04/07
Cascade Technologies, Inc.
Palo Alto, CA
1 09/09/14
Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.
Lancaster, PA
2 01/01/15
Advanced Conductor Technologies LLC
Boulder, CO
1 07/06/15
American Superconductor Corp.
Devens, MA
3 01/01/07
Tai-yang Research Corp.
Tallahassee, FL
3 06/14/16
Hepburn and Sons LLC
Manassas, VA
1 06/08/16
Nhu Energy Inc.
Tallahassee, FL
2 07/31/17
Hyper Tech Research, Inc.
Columbus, OH
2 10/28/04

42 Awards Won

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Nhu Energy Inc.

Institution: Florida State University

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 13a
Budget: 07/31/17 - 07/30/19

Maximizing the value proposition for solar and distributed energy resources to consumers requires a more integrated and coordinated approach to utilizing these resources on-site. Commercial solutions are not yet widely available to provide optimal use of combined on-site resources locally, while at the same time optimizing their value to the el...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Q-chem, Inc.

Institution: Florida State University

Agency: Army
Topic: A14A-T013
Budget: 09/21/16 - 09/25/17

Variational two-electron reduced-density-matrix (v2RDM) methods can provide a reference-independent description of the electronic structure of many-electron systems that naturally captures multireference correlation effects. These methods offer one of the few possible routes to performing the large-active-space computations that are necessary fo...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Tai-yang Research Corp.

Institution: Florida State University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N16A-T011
Budget: 06/14/16 - 12/11/16

The Navys Next Generation Integrated Power Systems (NGIPS) for on shore, surface ships, and underwater vehicles will require novel power distribution systems. State of the art prime mover power generation and high power directed weapons require power distribution cables that surpass conventional copper cable capabilities. As such, the Navy has d...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Nhu Energy Inc.

Institution: Florida State University

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

Maximizing the value proposition for solar and distributed energy resources to consumers requires a more integrated and coordinated approach to utilizing these resources on-site. Commercial solutions are not yet widely available to provide optimal use of combined on-site resources locally, while at the same time optimizing their value to the ele...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Hepburn and Sons LLC

Institution: Florida State University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N16A-T012
Budget: 06/08/16 - 12/05/16

Hepburn and Sons LLC teamed with Florida State University (FSU) Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS) propose to develop an affordable, general method for grounding Medium Voltage Direct Current (MVDC) zonal electrical power systems for naval warships. The grounding system concept developed in Phase I will evaluate the incorporation of electr...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: IAP Research, Inc.

Institution: Florida State University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N16A-T009
Budget: 06/08/16 - 12/05/16

In this phase I we propose to extend our work on MVDC isolation device to include fault detection, and fault localization circuitry. We have previously developed under an SBIR a 6 kVDC, 2000A isolation device that was built and tested in MVDC ship distribution system laboratory at FSU CAPS. In this phase I we propose to use rogowski coils and ha...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Nanotechnology Patronas Group Inc

Institution: Florida State University

Agency: National Science Foundation
Topic: MI
Budget: 01/01/16 - 12/31/16

This Small Business Technology Transfer Phase I project is for the development of a triboluminescent sensor system (ITOFPress) for quasi-distributed load sensing along the length of a wind blade for active control of wind turbines. According to experts, this innovation could result in a 20% increase in wind turbine power generation through enhan...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Tai-yang Research Corp.

Institution: Florida State University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N15A-T016
Budget: 07/06/15 - 05/06/16

To handle the so-called black start fault contingency, Energy to Power Solutions proposes the use of a novel hybrid cable design. The cable would be designed to handle the full 100 % electric power load under normal operating and battle conditions (i.e. a fully/partially functioning cryogenic cooling system operating at cryogenic temperatures ~ ...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Advanced Conductor Technologies LLC

Institution: Florida State University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N15A-T016
Budget: 07/06/15 - 05/06/16
PI: Van Der

The Navy is interested in developing hybrid superconducting power transmission cables that would carry at least 5 kA of current and have a current density of at least 35 MA/m2. The cable should be able to carry 30 % of the rated current even when the superconducting cable fails. We propose to develop a hybrid superconducting cable, based on CORC...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.

Institution: Florida State University

Agency: Navy
Topic: N13A-T007
Budget: 01/01/15 - 12/31/15

Corrosive environments together with cyclic loading can lead to the formation of localized corrosion pits and corrosion fatigue cracks which can significantly deteriorate the structural integrity of aircraft components. The exact nature of corrosion fatigue damage is dependent on the competing multi-scale processes resulting from complex interac...

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