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Atomically Thin Circuits on Silicon [ID 16025]
As Moore’s Law predicted, impending limitations in traditional CMOS technology led to a need for new innovation. The potential of two-dimensional (2D) materials, such as graphene, to both enhance existing technologies as well as provide new functionalities stimulated an explosion of research into these materials. In addition to characteristics...
Published: 10/23/2018   |   Inventor(s): Eric Stinaff, Martin Kordesch, Sudiksha Khadka
Category(s): Engineering > Electronics, Sensors & Photonics
Engineering of an Ultra-Thin Molecular Superconductor by Charge Transfer [ID 09026]
OverviewProf. Hla and his collaborators have engineered an ultra-thin, nanometer scale organic superconductor. These miniaturized superconducting materials show promise in a wide variety of applications for electronic components and devices. Several potential uses for these new materials include SQUID and SMES devices, superconducting electromagnets,...
Published: 10/23/2018   |   Inventor(s): Saw Hla
Category(s): Engineering > Electronics, Sensors & Photonics, Engineering > Manufacturing
Tight Optical Integration (TOI) of Images with GPS Range Measurements [ID 09001]
OverviewThe technology is an advanced Tight Optical Integration (TOI) algorithm that integrates optical information and GPS range measurements for navigation purposes. It uses the pixel domain to represent optical information, and the range domain to represent GPS measurements. A geographic location can be determined using the information from both...
Published: 10/23/2018   |   Inventor(s): Thomas Arthur, Zhen Zhu, Sumit Bhattacharya, Maarten Uijt de Haag, Kim Michael Scheff, Kevin Johnson
Category(s): Engineering > Aerospace, Aviation & Transport, Computer Science > Software, Engineering > Electronics, Sensors & Photonics
Electrocatalysts & Additives for the Oxidization of Solid Fuels [ID 05011]
OverviewHydrogen is expected to be the primary energy source in the 21st century for electricity generation, fuel, and other applications. It is an environmentally clean source of energy since it generates no pollutants. Fossil fuels and water are the major inputs for the manufacture of hydrogen. These inputs and their required processes, however, are...
Published: 10/23/2018   |   Inventor(s): Gerardine Botte
Category(s): Physical Science > Chemistry, Engineering > Energy & Renewables, Engineering > Electronics, Sensors & Photonics