SUNY Stony Brook

The Department of Computer Science
Stony Brook, NY 11794

Corporate Partners

Faculty & Staff

Name Awards Latest
GT Equipment Tech (old: Ferrofluidics)
Nashua, NH
1 12/01/95
ASB Industries, Inc.
Barberton, OH
1 01/01/99
Power Photonic
Stony Brook, NY
4 09/16/10
Amseta Corporation
Coram, NY
2 01/01/05
Phoenix Group, Inc.
Plainview, NY
1 09/22/95
Advanced Fuel Research, Inc.
East Hartford, CT
4 10/10/03
Plasma Technology, Inc.
Torrance, CA
1 01/01/09
Electron Energy Corp.
Landisville, PA
1 04/03/13
Veromodo, Inc.
Brookline, MA
1 09/30/05
Reservoir Labs, Inc.
New York, NY
1 01/01/14
Staib Instruments, Inc.
Williamsburg, VA
1 09/26/13
Bethpage Technologies,inc.
Dix Hills, NY
1 01/01/03
Rether Networks, Inc.
Stony Brook, NY
2 11/01/07
PolyTherm Corp.
Stony Brook, NY
1 01/01/00
Ferrofluidics Corp.
Nashua, NH
1 09/30/94
Advanced Technology Materials, Inc.
Danbury, CT
1 09/26/94
Integrated Coating Solutions, Inc.
Huntington Beach, CA
1 01/01/02
Mesoscribe Technologies, Inc.
St. James, NY
4 05/21/09
Theseus Logic, Inc.
St. Paul, MN
1 08/15/98
Molecular Imprints, Inc.
Austin, TX
1 09/06/07
Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc.
Columbia, SC
2 11/13/08
Hypres, Inc.
Elmsford, NY
5 12/08/10

38 Awards Won

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Reservoir Labs, Inc.

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 39E-2014
Budget: 01/01/14 - 12/31/14

The Polyhedral User Mapping Assistant and Visualizer (PUMA-V) project is addressing the challenges

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Staib Instruments, Inc.

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Army
Topic: A13A-T011
Budget: 09/26/13 - 03/17/14

The overall objective of this proposal is to evaluate the new in-situ growth monitoring system, Auger Probe, in an MBE environment for reliable and reproducible, highly precise results. State-of-the art data manipulation techniques will be used without impacting the growth process (MBE in this case). Using Auger Electron Spectrometry (AES), th...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Electron Energy Corp.

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Office of the Secretary of Defense
Topic: OSD12-T06
Budget: 04/03/13 - 09/03/13

Recently, the availability of the high performance rare earth based magnets (Nd-Fe-B and Sm-Co) was jeopardized due to the Chinese monopoly of rare earth production, which undermines our national security and competitiveness in the defense and clean energy sectors and creates a strategic vulnerability for the United States. This STTR proposal ai...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Hypres, Inc.

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Navy
Topic: N09-T027
Budget: 12/08/10 - 06/07/12

For SIGINT and surveillance applications the higher sensitivity is of prime importance enabling interception of weak signals. For cellular communications, higher sensitivity results in an increased coverage range of a base station, thereby effecting enormous cost savings, by utilizing fewer base stations per given area. However, the amplitude se...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Power Photonic

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Army
Topic: A09A-T005
Budget: 09/16/10 - 09/15/12

We propose the development of a system for measuring the minority carrier lifetime in strained layer superlattices (SLS). Mid wave infrared (MWIR) and long wave infrared (LWIR) detectors based on SLS technology show promise due to the large and inexpensive focal plane arrays that can be fabricated. The devices are held back though, by excessive ...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Power Photonic

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Army
Topic: A09A-T005
Budget: 08/26/09 - 02/22/10

We propose the development of an instrument system to directly measure the minority carrier lifetime in strained layer superlattices. The Phase I instrument will demonstrate the measurement of lifetimes in the range of 10 ns to 1 us. Phase II development will extend this range to 10 ns to 35 us. The proposed instrument will use a combination of ...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Hypres, Inc.

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Navy
Topic: N09-T027
Budget: 06/29/09 - 04/30/10

Higher receiver sensitivity enables detection of weaker signals, which translates into increased signal-to-noise ratio and increased coverage area. HYPRES, in collaboration with Stony Brook University, proposes to deliver high sensitivity over a wide frequency band using superconductor high-linearity analog-to-digital converter (ADC) technology....

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Mesoscribe Technologies, Inc.

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF08-BT21
Budget: 05/21/09 - 02/21/10

SiC/SiC fiber reinforced composites have been developed for use in gas turbine hot sections allowing for increased temperatures and therefore, increased fuel efficiency and lower emissions. A thermally-sprayed functionally-graded thermal/environmental barrier coating is proposed for SiC/SiC composites designed to provide the necessary thermal pr...

Phase 2 STTR

Firm: Hypres, Inc.

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Navy
Topic: N07-T018
Budget: 04/22/09 - 05/24/12

HYPRES in collaboration with Stony Brook University proposes to develop flip-chip bonding technology for assembling up to 4-chip MCMs operating at cryogenic temperatures. This will address the critical area of the MCM technology development and transition to full commercialization of the superconductor MCM technology for DoD and commercial satel...

Phase 1 STTR

Firm: Plasma Technology, Inc.

Institution: SUNY Stony Brook

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 2009
Budget: 01/01/09 - 12/31/09

Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) power plants are gaining popularity due to their higher cycle efficiency, which is achieved by pushing the inlet operating temperature beyond 1400oC. However, in order to meet long-term goals, with target efficiencies greater than 50% and with lower emissions, the inlet temperature may need to be ra...

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