JUNE 17-19, 2024

TechConnect World 2024 Program - Monday June 17

7:00RegistrationConvention Center Pre-Function
8:30TechConnect World Innovation Conference - Plenary KeynotesMaryland C
Session chair: Jennifer Rocha, Dalia Yablon, Matthew Laudon, TechConnect ATI, US
TechConnect Overview: Connecting Research, Accelerating Innovation
M. Laudon, J. Rocha, D. Yablon, TechConnect ATI, US
Durable, Affordable and Scalable Carbon Removal using the Engineered Storage of Biomass
H. Murnen, Graphyte, Inc., US
Scalable Production of Hierarchical Carbon-Based Aerogel Materials for Filtration Applications
C. Arnold, Princeton University, US
How SBA is Enabling the Future
D. Syed, U.S. Small Business Administration, US
10:00Coffee BreakConvention Center Pre-Function
10:00CHIPS Workforce Development and Student Leaders Conference Internal Welcome and Networking (SLC Participants Only)National Harbor 12
Session chair: Maria Fernanda Campa, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
B. Brough, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
J. Ashcroft, Micro Nano Technology Education Center, US
D. Yablon, TechConnect World Innovation Conference, US
10:30Needs of the Fusion IndustryNational Harbor 7
Session chair: Arnold Lumsdaine, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Costs and trade-offs in building up a supply chain
H. Lux, D. Wolf, C. Price, J. Cowan, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, UK
Workforce Needs to Support Rapid Deployment of Fusion
K. Furlong, C.M. Jacobson, Realta Fusion, US
Supply Chain Concerns for Commercial Fusion Reactors - Focus on Blanket Materials and HTS Tape
A. Shone, M.J. Ginsberg, A.L. Washington, C.J. Pickles, J.O. Astbury, Tokamak Energy, Inc., US
Traditional and Novel Supply Chain Constraints for the Growing Fusion Energy Industry
C.P.S. Swanson, Thea Energy, US
10:30Composite Materials 1Chesapeake 3
Session chair: Kenan Song, University of Georgia, US
Glass-like polymer-based cover windows for flexible electronics applications
Y. Matsuda, Quantum-Si, US
3D Printable Liquid Metal Patterning on Polymers
K. Song, D. Ravichandran, D. Patil, UGA, US
Additive Manufacturing of High-performance Continuous Carbon Fiber Composites with Fiber-placement and Stereolithography-inspired Consolidation and Curing
J.M. Pappas, X. Dong, Arizona State University, US
10:30NanoparticlesChesapeake C
Session chair: Joe Smith, Missouri University of Science & Technology, US
How to increase the energy efficiency of a LCD by the use of a quantum dot enhancement film emitting polarized light
J. Niehaus, S. Becker, T. Jochum, Fraunhofer CAN, DE
Spark Ablated Nanoparticle Synthesis with VSP-P1
T.E. Plona, D.C. Loveday, J.J. Slack, J.L. Harding, Nanoscience Instruments, US
2D-Hydrodynamic Flow Focused Microfluidic Analog to Bulk Nanoparticle Fabrication
E.K. Marecki, B. Davidson, P. Knight, K.W. Oh, SUNY University at Buffalo, US
Synthesis of NIR quantum dots and their application
S. Becker, E. Salikhova, J.S. Niehaus, Fraunhofer CAN, DE
10:30Carbon Nanostructures & ApplicationsChesapeake B
Session chair: Christopher Sims, NIST, US
A Fluorescent Carbon Nanomaterial Probe for Visualizing Dopamine Release at Synapses
A.G. Beyene, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, US
Laser manufactured 3D graphene neural electrodes
P. Kang, B.G. Kim, S. Movaghgharnezhad, H. Kim, George Mason University, US
Large-scale multifunctional nanocomposite fabrics with high power factor for polymer thermoelectrics
Y. Martinez Rubi, M.B. Jakubinek, C.T. Kingston, B. Ashrafi, A.J. Paleo, B. Krause, P. Pötschke, G. Palumbo, J. McCrea, R. Pallotta, H. Katugaha, National Reseach Council Canada, CA
Exploration of Aqueous Two-Phase Systems for Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube Separations via Automated Fluorescence Titration
C.M. Sims, T. Hicks, J.A. Fagan, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
10:30Pathways of Innovation for Critical MineralsNational Harbor 4
Session chair: Santa Jansone-Popova, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Materials Challenges for the Energy Transition: How Innovation Can Make a Difference
Y. Fujita, A. Ku, E.A. Kocs, A. Haddad, R.W. Gray, Idaho National Laboratory, US
Perspectives on “Innovation” for Recovery of Critical Minerals and Securing the Supply Chain
D.M. Wellman, S. Duyvesteyn, Rio Tinto, US
Accelerating Innovation: A New Mode of Collaboration through the Critical Materials Collaborative (CMC)
H.A. Khazdozian, G. Bromhal, U.S. Department of Energy, US
10:30Biofuels & BioremediationChesapeake A
Session chair: R. Helen Zha, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US
Marquis: A case study in sustainable ethanol production
J. Aurandt-Pilgrim, Marquis, US
Utilizing Liquid-Liquid Extraction (LLE) or Solvent Extraction (SX) in the Efficient Recovery and Purification of Biofuels & Bioproducts
D. Glatz, B. Cross, Koch Modular Process Systems, US
Surfactant Assisted Hydrothermal Liquefaction of Corn Stover for Hydrochar and Oil Production
B. Maddipudi, K. Huynh, Z. Fickbohm, A. Shende, G. Bauer, R. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines, US
Catalytic hydrothermal liquefaction of corn stover pellets for production of biofuels
Z. Fickbohm, B. Maddipudi, K. Huynh, G. Bauer, R. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines, US
10:30Fuel Cell DevelopmentsAnnapolis 3-4
Session chair: John Kopasz, Argonne National Laboratory, US
The Road to High Efficiency Long Haul Class-8 HD FCEV, a Holistic Approach to Meet Performance and Durability
V.S. Murthi, Nikola Corporation, US
The Tipping Point for Hydrogen-Powered Applications: Enabling Vehicle Electrification with Fuel Cells
M. Weig, Nuvera Fuel Cells LLC, US
Fuel Cells with Superior Heat Rejection
E.S. De Castro, Advent Technologies, US
Drop in membranes for advance hydrogen fuel cells and electrolyzers
G. Ong, Celadyne Technologies, US
Real time continuous monitoring of ionomer degradation with ion-sensitive field effect transistor microsensors - Towards fuel cell EV engine diagnostics and predictive maintenance
D. Dong, Rowan University, US
10:30SPMConnect: Novel uses of Cantilever DynamicsNational Harbor 5
Session chair: James De Yoreo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
AFM cantilever structure revisited – improving AFM imaging speed through unconventional cantilever design
G.E. Fantner, N. Hosseini, M. Neuenschwander, P. Swain, M. Penedo, EPFL, CH
Harnessing torsional resonances for enhanced atomic force microscopy
B. Pittenger, M. Ye, S. Hu, J. Thornton, P. De Wolf, Bruker Corporation, US
AFM cantilever, contact mechanics, and electrostatics calibration in the off-resonant dynamic regime
S. Raghuraman, N. Domingo, S. Jesse, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
10:30Energy Storage Keynotes: Toward CommercializationNational Harbor 13
Session chair: Imre Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy, US
Energy Storage Opening Remarks
I. Gyuk, DOE, US
NAS Batteries for long-duration stationary energy storage
C. Brannock, BASF Corporation, US
Design Considerations for Longer Duration Energy Storage Systems – Perspectives from the Eos Development and Commercialization Process
F. Richey, EOS, US
Emerging Battery Technology and the potential changes to the ESS Market
M. Sanders, Avicenne Energy, US
10:30Sustainable PolymersChesapeake 1
Session chair: Mu Sung (Matt) Kweon, ExxonMobil, US
Microbial Processes of Environmental Plastic Weathering and Biodegradation in Natural Systems
M.B. Duhaime, R.N. Cable, J.K. Choi, A. Mizrahi, L. Michaelson, A. Bhaumik, C. Plotzke, S. Zhang, T. Lin, P. Thakre, Y. Tan, J. Hu, D. Meunier, Y. Lai, Z. Chen, University of Michigan, US
Kinetics of homogeneous nucleation in supercooled polymer melts
A. Anstey, P.C. Lee, University of Ottawa, CA
Sustainable Cannabinoid-Derived Biopolymers for Biopotential Electrodes
M. Sotzing, J. Toribio, A. Pollock, G. Sotzing, A. Chortos, Purdue University, US
Mixed Plastic recycling into valuable chemicals
M. Arifuzzaman, Re-Du, US
10:30Industrial Water SupplyChesapeake 11
Session chair: Lin Zhao, Dow Chemical Company, US
Preparing for a more volatile water supply, and management, future that has already arrived!!
T.D. Finley, Dow, Inc, US
Opportunities and Challenges for Iron and Steel Industry Water Use, Treatment, and Reuse in the United States: An overview of Current Industry Practices via Case Studies
N. Sharma, P. Lemar, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (UT-Batelle, LLC), US
Membranes For Sustainable Environment and Clean Energy
A. Roy, NREL, US
10:30Space Based Manufacturing Value PropositionAnnapolis 1-2
Session chair: Jonathan Jakischa, TechConnect ATI, US
Automation Unearthed: The Future of Manufacturing
S. Sonty, Space Tango, US
Rhodium SPARC Challenge™: Space Programs Advancing Research and Commercialization (SPARC) to Expand Space Biotech
O. Gámez Holzhaus, Rhodium Scientific, US
Science of Manufacturing in Space to Benefit Earth
R. Hernandez, ISS National Laboratory, US
10:30CHIPS Workforce Development Program: Tutorial on the Semiconductor IndustryNational Harbor 12
Introductory Remarks, Congressman Jake Auchincloss - MA
D. Weinstein, OSTP, The White House, US
S. Roberts, City University of New York, US
L. Folks, University of Arizona, US
A. Michelin, SUNY Poly/NY CREATES, US
J. Ellington, Wolfspeed, US
10:30TechConnect Innovation Spotlights: AI, Data, Cyber, Software IMaryland 3
Session chair: Jennifer Rocha, TechConnect ATI, US
BILT 3D Immersive Interactive Instructions
A. Qureshi, BILT Incorporated, US
edgeCore - Data Twin Solution Driving Actionable Enterprise Decision Making and AI/ML Adoption
J. Jarman, Edge Technologies, US
Direct Conversion Process™, UHT Silicon Carbon Fiber (Fi-Bar™) Materials
K. Koller, Advanced Ceramic Fibers, LLC, US
The Walacor Platform
L. George, Walacor, US
A Method of Mechanochemically-Assisted Extraction of Lithium from α-Spodumene and Other Hard-rock Minerals
C. Forney, Ames National Laboratory/Iowa State University Research Foundation, US
Generative AI Requirements Development
S. O'Neill, Iris Technology Corp, US
Review Panelist
J. Fanelli, Navy CIO, US
Review Panelist
M. Schweitzer, Falconwood Inc./US Navy, US
Review Panelist
K. Mish, ManTech, US
Review Panelist
P. Staszak, Boeing, US
Review Panelist
R. Hatcher, Phoenix Semiconductor Corporation, US
10:30US EPA People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Student Design CompetitionMaryland 5
M. Gwinn, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US
K. Deener, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US
EPA P3 Student Team Project Pitches, U.S. Universities, US
10:30TechConnect Innovation Spotlights: Medical Devices & MaterialsMaryland 4
Session chair: Nick Kacsandi, TechConnect ATI, US
Rapid Pathology Intra-procedural Diagnosis (RPIDx)
R. Wellner, Caelum Diagnostic Solutions, Inc., US
Next generation antimicrobial materials for healthcare
E. Tate, Inhibit Coatings Ltd, US
Nanoparticles for the inhibition of respiratory viruses
O. Mendoza, Nanobio and tronics SA de CV, US
GERM NINJA - 3 Seconds ends Hospital Acquired Infections
T. Chi, Polarity Medical Technology Inc, US
Transforming Battlefield Trauma Care with the SiOxMed Universal Combat Matrix
A. Jorgensen, SiOxMed, US
A Blue Chemical Portfolio from the Coral Microbiome
J. Tittl, Cordelia Biosciences, US
Precision without Radiation: Advanced Needle Guidance Technology for Percutaneous Needle Interventions
P. Vemavarapu, XRMedix, US
Review Panelist
C. Clyburn, MedForeSight LLC, US
Review Panelist
J. David, BryceTech , US
Review Panelist
C. Stebbins, ATI, US
Review Panelist
TBA, NobleReach, US
10:30SBIR/STTR Innovation Summit: SBIR 101Maryland A
E. Page-Littleford, SBA, US
11:00SBIR/STTR Innovation Summit: Agency Reverse PitchesMaryland A
A. Richards, EPA, US
E. Metz, ED, US
J. Colucci-Ríos, NIST, US
D. Shaffer, DOT, US
T. Neville, USDA, US
C. Benesh, DHS, US
K. Woodman, NASA, US
E. Chant, DOE, US
S. Fertig, HHS, US
L. Portnoy, NSF, US
G. Sims, DoD, US
11:30TechConnect Innovation Spotlights II: AI, Data, Cyber, SoftwareMaryland 3
Session chair: Jennifer Rocha, TechConnect ATI, US
OPERA - Operational Process Efficiency and Resource Analytics
J. Beyle, SC Tech, US
SkyPro - Data Augmentation for Rapid Automatic Target Recognition
N. Kriplani, Vadum Inc., US
SmartCoil - the first real-time monitoring system for AHU Coils
J. Seippel, Sensible, Inc., US
Review Panelist
J. Fanelli, Navy CIO, US
Review Panelist
M. Schweitzer, Falconwood Inc./US Navy, US
Review Panelist
P. Staszak, Boeing, US
Review Panelist
R. Hatcher, Phoenix Semiconductor Corporation, US
12:00Lunch BreakOn own
12:00TechConnect World, SBIR/STTR Pavilion, and EPA P3 Exhibit Hall OpensExpo Hall BC
12:00TechConnect Business Team Meet & Greet - Booth 501Expo Hall BC
12:00EPA P3 National Student Design Competition ShowcaseExpo Hall BC
1:00Space Enabled Biological ProductsAnnapolis 1-2
Session chair: Jonathan Jakischa, TechConnect ATI, US
Characterization of Protein-based Artificial Retina Thin Films Produced via Layer-by-Layer Assembly on the International Space Station
N.L. Wagner, D. Sylva, H. Sylva, K. Dixit, J.A. Greco, LambdaVision, US
In-Space Expansion of Hematopoietic Stem Cells: Technical Progress, Economic Potential, and Commercialization Challenges
L. Stodieck, S. Countryman, F. Karouia, T. Niederwieser, P. Huang, A. Zubair, L. Helander, B. Freed, BioServe Space Technologies, US
Biomanufacturing Tissue and Cells in Microgravity
M. Mulligan, K. Savin, A. Rogers, Redwire, US
A review of organoid production in microgravity
R. Roettgen, Prometheus Life Technologies AG, CH
1:30Views from Suppliers INational Harbor 7
Session chair: Jaydeep Deshpande, Commonwealth Fusion Systems, US
Beyond Science: Engineering a Fusion Power Plant
B. Uppal, Kyoto Fusioneering America, US
The Crucial Role of Vacuum Technology in Fusion Energy Development
A. Schopphoff, Pfeiffer Vacuum, DE
Procuring and Manufacturing Vacuum Systems for Fusion
M. Lane, Equans, FR
Control system will be on your critical path
R. Sabjan, Cosylab, SI
Magnetic Qualification of Vacuum Pumps for use in Fusion Reactors
G. Gallo, US ITER / ORNL, US
Extrusion of BeTi Beryllides from powder
S. Mueller, S. Gall, R. Nitschke, A. Goraieb, FORMING GmbH, DE
1:30CHIPS Workforce Development Program: Career Panel for Community College/Technical College Students and EducatorsNational Harbor 12
Session chair: Quinn Spadola, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
Introductory Remarks
V.C. Carter, National Science Foundation, US
B. Harrop, Princeton University, US
T. Pennell, Cornell University, US
T. McCaughey, GlobalFoundries, US
A. Denmon, Santa Monica College, US
M. Murdock, Intel Corp., US
1:30Medical Device InnovationsChesapeake B
Session chair: Jeannine M. Coburn, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US
Bio Electronic Information Processing: An Emerging Technology
W. Bentley, University of Maryland, US
High-precision magnesium microtubes for stents with improved mechanical properties
S. Mueller, S. Gall, R. Nitschke, F. Gensch, FORMING GmbH, DE
Phenotype independent capture of circulating tumor cells using magnetic probes
K. Morris, C. Bilynsky, A-L. Papa, The George Washington University, US
SampleCAP: A power-free system for biomolecule concentration
S.V. Angus, B. Swan, C. Stewart, A.S. Cowan, M.F. Smiechowski, Guild Associates, Inc., US
Simulations of exhaled breath aerosol deposition to support laboratory breath aerosol measurements
V. Malave, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), US
Catalyzing Global Change: The Power of Innovation for Positive Impact
S.A. Mensah, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US
1:30Micro & Bio Fluidics, Lab-on-ChipNational Harbor 6
Session chair: Kwang W. Oh, University at Buffalo SUNY, US
Teeny tiny flows and tissue development
C. Nelson, Princeton University, US
Miniaturized, inexpensive, and rugged dressings for AI-powered monitoring and rapid closure of chronic wounds
A.J. Bandodkar, North Carolina State University, US
Lateral flow assay for quantitative detection of biomarker in saliva
K-Y Hwang, ctbio, KR
Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy to determine the change in dielectric properties of the membranes of malignant cells
K.H. Tantawi, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, US
XPORT ENTRAP: Droplet Microfluidic Platform for Enhanced DNA Transfer Between Microbial Species
J.A. Wippold, M.J. Chu, B.L. Adams, A. Han, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command – Army Research Laboratory, SynBio Tools Branch, Biology and Biological Sciences Division, Army Research Directorate, US
1:30Membranes & TransportChesapeake 2
Session chair: Derek L. Patton, University of Southern Mississippi, US
Aromatic polyamide-derived carbon molecular sieve membranes for hydrogen separation
C. Zhang, G. Iyer, C.E. Ku, University of Maryland, College Park, US
Measuring Structure-Property Relationships in Polymer Composites Containing Metal-Organic Frameworks
A.B. Baumann, P.A. Beaucage, R. Vallery, D. Gidley, R.C. Nieuwendaal, C.R. Snyder, J. Ilavsky, C.M. Stafford, C.L. Soles, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
Commodity plastic derived mesoporous materials for environmental remediation
Z. Qiang, M. Robertson, A. Griffin, University of Southern Mississippi, US
Impact of pressure and time on water absorption of coated paperboard
B. Mesic, Karlstad University, SE
1:30Composite Materials 2Chesapeake 3
Session chair: Sri Vaishnavi Thummalapalli, University of Georgia, US
Ultrathin Polymer Composite Films for Next-generation Electromechanical Accoustics
G. Liu, Virginia Tech, US
Braided Composite System With Haptic Feedback for Teleoperation
N. Diaz Armas, S. Thakur, J. Zhang, C. Onal, J. Mead, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
Additive Manufacturing of Carbon Fiber-reinforced Carbon Structural Electrodes
J.M. Pappas, X. Dong, Arizona State University, US
3D Printable 2D Nanoparticles
K. Song, S. Jambhulkar, D. Patil, UGA, US
1:30Securing Robust Critical Mineral SuppliesNational Harbor 4
Session chair: Alison Fritz, National Energy Technology Laboratory, US
Leveraging interagency efforts to strengthen critical minerals supply chains
L. Friedersdorf, National Science and Technology Council for Critical Minerals and Materials, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, US
Non-Equilibrium Transport Driven Separations (NETS) Initiative
V. Murugesan, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
Accelerating critical mineral exploration world-wide using AI
J. Caers, Stanford University, US
Process Development and Techno-Economic Analysis for the Recovery of Rare Earth Elements and Critical Minerals from Unconventional Resources
A. Noble, Virginia Tech, US
Three-Stage Process for Acidic Water Pollution Cleanup and Production of Critical Mineral Concentrates for National Security
S.V. Pisupati, M. Rezaee, The Pennsylvania State University, US
Sector Allocations and Supply Chain Considerations for Rare Earth Elements
M. Nkiawete, R. Vander Wal, Penn State University, US
1:30Protein & Lignocellulosic MaterialsChesapeake A
Session chair: Halil Tekinalp, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Water-responsive Materials for Evaporation Energy Harnessing
X. Chen, CUNY Advanced Science Research Center, US
Self-assembled nanoparticle-enzyme clusters and substrate channeling – a developing system for de novo biosynthesis
J.C. Breger, E. Oh, M.H. Stewart, K. Susumu, S.A. Walper, S.A. Díaz, S.L. Hooe, M. Thakur, M.G. Ancona, I.L. Medintz, G.A. Ellis, US Naval Research Laboratory, US
Low-Cost Cardboard Derived Carbon Electrode for Asymmetric Supercapacitor
K. Huynh, B. Maddipudi, Z. Fickbohm, G. Bauer, R. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines, US
Spray dried cellulose nanofibers produced using various wood pulp feedstocks and their effects on polypropylene composite properties
D.J. Gardner, S. Hwang, Y. Han, University of Maine, US
A New, Energy-Efficient Method for the Recovery of Lignin from Agriculturally Based, Unevaporated Black Liquor Streams
M.C. Thies, B.S. Lynn, Clemson University, US
1:30Quantum Information Sciences & TechnologiesChesapeake C
Session chair: Piotr Kulczakowicz, Quantum Startup Foundry, US
From the ground state up -- a quantum startup's founding story with small business grant seed funds
D. Lucarelli, Error Corp, US
Computational Fluid Dynamics on Quantum Computers
M. Syamlal, Qubit Solve, US
Quantum Computing and Simulations for Energy-related Applications
H.P. Paudel, Y.-L. Lee, S. Crawford, M.-T. Nguyen, B. Avramidis, D. Alfonso, Y. Duan, National Energy Technology laboratory, US
SiGeSn for Monolithically Integrated Optoelectronic Devices on Silicon
N. Rosson, A. Fischer, R. Scott, Lawrence Semiconductor Research Laboratory, US
Photonics Programs at Stonehill College: Bridging Education and Industry
G. Gu, C. Schnitzer, N. Vu, B. Bacon, R. Adams, T. Seaward, J. Evora, J. Wong, C. Dwyer, and C. Leonard, Stonehill College, US
1:30Hydrogen Production & Industrial UsesAnnapolis 3-4
Session chair: John Kopasz, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Perfluorinated Sulfonic Acids for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzers, are We Stuck with Forever Chemicals Forever?
K. Swider-Lyons, Plug Power, US
Thermo-catalytic Decomposition of Natural Gas and Regeneration: An Overview
R.L. Vander Wal, M.M. Nkiawete, J.W. Heim II, Penn State University, US
Thermo-Catalytic Decomposition: Hydrocarbon Feed, Carbon Catalyst Structure, and Regeneration Comparisons
M. Nkiawete, R. Vander Wal, The Pennsylvania State University, US
Hydrogen Production by E-field Enhanced Thermo-Catalytic Decomposition of Natural Gas Using Carbon Catalysts
J.W. Heim II, R.L. Vander Wal, The Pennsylvania State University, US
Low Temperature Hydrogen Plasma Process for reducing GHG emissions from Iron Making
J.P. Kopasz, Z. Zeng, D. Ellis, J. Rebohar, J. Krogstad, M. Sankaran, Argonne National Laboratory, US
1:30SPMConnect: Electrical Modes I (Electrostatics & Conductive)National Harbor 5
Session chair: Mihir Pendharkar, Stanford University, US
Atomic-Resolution Surface Imaging under Ambient Conditions via Conductive Atomic Force Microscopy
M.Z. Baykara, University of California, Merced, US
Tracking charge dynamics by high speed and time resolved Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy
S. Jesse, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Measuring Microsecond Dynamics in Photovoltaics with Time-Resolved Electrostatic Force Microscopy
R. Giridharagopal, M.D. Breshears, J. Pothoof, D.S. Ginger, University of Washington, US
Spatially resolved random telegraph noise
P. Grutter, McGill University, CA
Optimized Cantilevers for Highly Sensitive and Spatially Resolved Measurements of Magnetic, Electric, and Dielectric Properties in Lift-Mode operated AFM Techniques
P. De Wolf, R. Poddar, K. Kaja, B. Pittenger, S. Hu, Bruker, US
1:30Synthesis of MXene & ApplicationsChesapeake 12
Session chair: Anirudha Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Defect engineering and high-temperature phase transformation of 2D MXenes toward materials for extreme environments
B.W. Wyatt, B. Anasori, Purdue University, US
The Advancement of 2D Materials as Solid Lubricants
A. Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Advancing MXene Manufacturing: Technical Insights from Argonne MXene Innovations
Z.D. Hood, S.P. Adhikari, Argonne National Laboratory, US
1:30Emerging Batteries 1National Harbor 13
Session chair: Erik Spoerke, Sandia National Laboratories, US
Aqueous Zinc Batteries for Large Scale Storage: Role of Electrolyte
E.S. Takeuchi, K.J. Takeuchi, A.C. Marschilok, Stony Brook University, US
Recent Insights into Zinc/Manganese Oxide Batteries for Large Scale Energy Storage
K.J. Takeuchi, A.C. Marschilok, E.S. Takeuchi, Stony Brook University, US
Energy Storage for Energy Systems: Approaches for a Sustainable Energy Future
A.C. Marschilok, E.S. Takeuchi, K.J. Takeuchi, Stony Brook University; Brookhaven National laboratory, US
Rechargeable zinc manganese batteries: a flexible option for long duration energy storage
G.M. Cowles, G.G. Yadav, Urban Electric Power, Inc., US
Rethinking Energy Storage Uses Cases for Long-Duration Energy Storage
E.D. Spoerke, Sandia National Laboratories, US
1:30Advanced Manufacturing of MaterialsChesapeake 1
Session chair: William "Cy" Wilson, NASA, US
Advancements in quantum material science and engineering technology to reprogram molecules.
D. Hogan, Spin Q Biophysics, Inc., US
Investigating the Corrosion Behavior and Mechanism of Aluminum Covetics Fabricated with Laser-Induced Graphene
M.A. Khan, D.E.C. Lobo, P. Kang, George Mason University, US
A New Solid-state Diffusion Welding Method for Fe- and Ni- based Superalloys
J.-B. Hwang, E.-S. Kim, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, KR
Electrospinning in Industry: Versatile and Scalable Nanomaterials Production
H.A. Lacy, R.K. Tindell, L. Gray, F.J. Chaparro, Nanoscience Instruments, US
1:30Technologies to Address Emerging Challenges in Water CircularityChesapeake 11
Session chair: Lin Zhao, Dow Chemical Company, US
Closing the loop on PFAS Treatment with Sustainable, Green options and reducing long-term Risk
R. Distefano, K. Winston, Calgon Carbon Corporation, US
PFAS detection with advanced solid-state nanopore chips
Z. Xia, Goeppert LLC, US
Enhancing the efficiency of cooling towers
M. Damak, Infinite Cooling, US
Powering circular water economy with technology
A. Ehre, IDE Technologies, IL
IMET Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Technology
M. Gencer, K. Gencer, IMET Corporation, US
Green Oxidation Processes for Industrial Wastewater Treatments
Y. Kun-Lin, National University of Singapore, SG
2:30CHIPS Workforce Development Program: Career Panel for Four Year Undergraduates/Graduate Students and EducatorsNational Harbor 12
Session chair: Alex Norman, Princeton University, US
D. Schmidt, IBM Research, US
C. Cramer, Highline College, US
J. Ellington, Wolfspeed, US
J. Rush-Byers, Micron, US
2:30Space Enabled Materials & Hardware ProductsAnnapolis 1-2
Session chair: Chris Menzel, Menzel Engineering Design, US
Microgravity 101: Understanding the Significance of In-Space Manufacturing
J.J. Frick, J. Janowitz, Astral Materials, US
ZBLAN in Space: Comparing Phase Transitions in Microgravity versus Earth’s Gravity
A. De, Apsidal, US
In-Space Production of MoS2 Films for Next-Generation Electronics
D.J. Niedzwiecki, Goeppert LLC, US
LEO – A New Technology Platform – Leveraging Low Earth Orbit for Advanced Materials Research and Manufacturing
G.B. Rodrigue, M. Shumbera, J.M. Smith, Allbright Consulting, US
Revolutionizing Space Manufacturing: Sharing Insights from the Breakthroughs in Optical Glass Fabrication from ISS
M. Vestel, Flawless Photonics Inc., US
2:30Graphene Devices & Flexible Wearable ElectronicsChesapeake 12
Session chair: Anirudha Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Visuotactile Sensor Fusion for Bio-inspired Multisensory Integration
M.U.K. Sadaf, N.U. Sakib, A. Pannone, H. Ravichandran, S. Das, Pennsylvania State University, US
Short-Channel Low-Voltage MoS2 Memtransistors with High Gate-Tunability
T. T. Zeng, S. E. Liu, R. Wu, V. K. Sangwan, M. C. Hersam, Northwestern University, US
Fabrication of a 0D-2D Hybrid Heterostructure and Its Optoelectronic Properties for Broadband Photodetector Application
D. Sengottuvelu, M. Majdoub, S. Nouranian, A.V. Sumant, N.R. Pradhan, A. Al-Ostaz, University of Mississippi, US
Integration of RF Technology and Graphene Oxide for Wireless Humidity Sensing
S. Aryal, A.B. Kaul, University of North Texas, US
Laser-induced 3D Graphene for High-performance Optical Sensors
P. Kang, B.G. Kim, S. Movaghgharnezhad, M. Kim, George Mason University, US
3:00Coatings & SurfacesChesapeake 2
Session chair: Christopher M. Stafford, NIST, US
Industrial Coating Technologies Trend and Evolution: Functionality, Sustainability, and Productivity
H.W. Ro, PPG Industries, US
White Aluminium Anodising Technology with Wide Applicability
Z. Yang, D. Tang, C. Goode, Cirrus Materials Science, NZ
Well-defined functional aromatic polyamide brushes for high performance coatings and anti-fouling surfaces
C.J. Reese, R.J. Dickhudt, N. Conte, M.D. Shlafstein, V. Skovorodnev, P. Montgomery, S. Jung, E. Ambrosius, X. Guan, B. Anger, Y. Qi, X. Liu, S.G. Boyes, George Washington University, US
3:30AI-Accelerated Materials Design and Deployment Town Hall - Materials Genome Initiative (MGI)Annapolis 3-4
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize the way we design, develop, and deploy new materials. This town hall will bring together industry leaders to discuss priorities and strategies for harnessing AI to accelerate materials innovation. Join us for a lively discussion on topics such as autonomous R&D, AI-enabled exploration of the vast materials design space, and opportunities for collaboration among industry, government, and academia.
Session chair: Lisa E. Friedersdorf, Office of Science and Technology Policy, US
B. Segal, Lockheed Martin, US
L. Lee, IBM Research (Zürich), CH
S. Arturo, Dow, US
C. Boswell-Koller, National Science Foundation, US
E. Breckenfeld, NVIDIA, US
3:30CHIPS Workforce Development Program: Registered ApprenticeshipsNational Harbor 12
Session chair: Robert Weinman, NIICA, US
S. Newton-Klitz, Micron, US
J. Ellington, Wolfspeed, US
K. McDaniel, Indium Corporation, IMT Apprenticeship, US
T. McCaughey, GlobalFoundries
3:30SPMConnect: Panel Discussion - SPM for SemiconductorsNational Harbor 5
Session chair: Jason Killgore, NIST, US
G. Min, Park Instruments, US
D. Ziegler, Nanosurf, US
K. Amponsah, Xallent Inc., US
1:30TechConnect Innovation Spotlights: Electronics, Sensors, CommunicationsMaryland 4
Session chair: Bart Romanowicz, TechConnect ATI, US
Bidirectional Power Converter
A. Vaughn, Aegis Power Systems, US
Epsilon's NanoLens: The Future of Flat Lens Technology
A. Arias, Axelys, US
Nano-probe Thermoreflectance Microscope (NTM)
J. Gaskins, Laser Thermal, US
Medium-doped Amorphous Glass (MAG) digital memory devices for next-generation edge AI and automotive applications
D. Loke, Singapore University of Technology and Design, SG
Subsea Communications Network to Enable Collaborative Swarms of AUVs
E. Larson, Tampa Deep Sea Xplorers, Inc., US
Review Panelist
J. Epstein, Lockheed Martin, US
Review Panelist
B. Romanowicz, TechConnect ATI, US
Review Panelist
P. Kotidis, NobleReach, US
Review Panelist
P. Staszak, Boeing, US
1:30TechConnect Innovation Spotlights: Space, Defense, MobilityMaryland 5
Session chair: Emma Mooney, TechConnect ATI, US
Isidore - A Low Cost, High Throughput, Quantum Resistant Space Encryptor
E. Adolphe, Forward Edge-AI, Inc., US
Flexible Mesh Reflector Antenna Technology for GEO Space Applications
S. Koller, Mithril Technologies, Inc., US
Hyperspectral Orbital Remote Imaging Spectrometer (HORIS)
S. Garimella, MyRadar, US
Analyz™ - Pioneering a Software Platform for Advanced Security Analysis and Threat Mitigation of Hardware Designs
R. Dutta, Silicon Assurance, US
SWARM - personal assistant and Bodyguard drones
T. Chi, Swarm-Drones LLC, US
Supply Chain Transparenacy as a Service
A. McDougall, The Provenance Chain Network, US
Review Panelist
B. Fitzpatrick, QinetiQ, US
Review Panelist
C. Owens, Lockheed Martin, US
Review Panelist
N. Simonson, Northrop Grumman, US
Review Panelist
Y. Gamble, SanPete Financial Group, US
1:30Counter WMD Innovation Challenge - Sponsored by CWMDMaryland 3
Session chair: Laura Murphree, TechConnect ATI, US
Review Panelist
TBA, Northrop Grumman, US
Welcome from Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Consortium
M. Stebbins, ATI - CWMD, US
J. Sarik, Nanohmics, US
V. Putkaradze, SenseVOC LLC, US
J. Grey, Sandia National Laboratories, US
E. Hoffmann, Venti LLC, US
L. Hergenroeder, Alakai Defense Systems, US
K. Olsen, D-Tect Systems, a division of Ludlum Measurements, US
M. Derzon, Gold Standard Radiation Detection, Inc., US
E. Biesieda, SteriO3 LLC, US
S.S. Lee, A2US, Inc., US
L. Dubois, Nanoionix LLC, US
B. Hall, Luna Labs USA LLC, US
A. Adema, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus School of Medicine, US
K. Rambhatla, Metakosmos, US
P. Mangos, J. Ferraro, Adaptive Immersion Technologies, US
Review Panelist
R. Spencer, ANSER, US
Review Panelist
J. Lesho, Defense Architecture Systems, Inc., US
Review Panelist
J. Collins, InterFuze, US
Review Panelist
D. Grogan, JRAD, US
1:30SBIR: Inside the Head of an EvaluatorMaryland 1-2
Learn key insights on the criteria used to evaluate SBIR/STTR proposals.
E. Hawkes, SBA, US
A. Richards, EPA, US
J. Thabet, DARPA, US
M. Coffman, USDA, US
E. Chant, DOE, US
1:30SBIR: Navigating Agency DifferencesMaryland A
An inside look into the world of SBIR/STTR. You should leave with an understanding of how to figure out which agency is right for you and concrete next steps.
N. Kamei, SBA, US
S. Fertig, HHS, US
D. Lang, DHS, US
G. Sims, DoD, US
J. Gray, NIST, US
2:45Federal Lab Technology Transfer (FLC 101)Maryland 5
Session chair: Federal Lab Consortium (FLC)
P. Zielinski, FLC, US
M. Salgaller, National Institutes of Health, Technology Transfer Office, US
2:45TechConnect Innovation Spotlights: Electronics, Sensors, CommunicationsMaryland 4
Session chair: Bart Romanowicz, TechConnect ATI, US
Air Quality Monitoring Solutions
Harbinger™ Powered Sensor Array
D. Abramovitz, Tempest Droneworx, Inc., US
Compliance Testing of Systems Against SOSA Specification
M. Kokar, VIStology, Inc., US
Laser manufacturing of graphene-nanoparticle composite
P. Kang, George Mason University, US
Low SWaP Neuromorphic Vision for Drones and Embedded Applications
G. Barrows, Centeye, Inc., US
Innovative Power Semiconductor & Power Packaging Solution
A. Morgan, NoMIS Power Corporation, The Research Foundation for SUNY, US
Long-Wave Infrared Phase Modulator and Device for Producing Polarization Ellipticity Standards
M.H. Kim, Texas Tech University Office of Research Commercialization, US
Review Panelist
B. Romanowicz, TechConnect ATI, US
Review Panelist
P. Kotidis, NobleReach, US
Review Panelist
P. Staszak, Boeing, US
Review Panelist
J. Blumenau, AAR Corporation, US
Review Panelist
P. Feinberg, Northrop Grumman, US
2:30SBIR: Finding Help and SupportMaryland 1-2
This panel will highlight the types of support available for applicants on their SBIR journey
E. Hawkes, SBA, US
K. Covey, North Carolina FAST, US
C. Guttierez, USPTO, US
R. Shuman, I-Corps (NSF), US
H. McClendon, FAST, US
2:30SBIR: Get to Know NSF SBIRMaryland A
This is your chance to get to know the NSF SBIR Program more fully. Hear from four NSF SBIR Program Directors about what they look for in an applicant/application.
N. Kamei, SBA, US
B. Schrag, NSF, US
H. Ahn, NSF, US
L. Portnoy, NSF, US
3:30SBIR: Spotlight NIH SBIRMaryland 1-2
Take a deeper dive into the many facets of the NIH SBIR/STTR Program. You will gain an understanding of "What is an NIH IC?", "What are Specific Aims?", "What is a good impact score?", and so much more.
S. Fertig, HHS, US
E. Billingslea, NIGMS, US
M. Rajagopal, NIH, US
K. Ashmont, NIH, US
3:30SBIR: Executing My AwardMaryland A
Leave with an understanding of what needs to be done during Phase I to comply with grants/contracts and to put your organization in the best position for Phase II.
E. Garland, Eva Garland Consulting, US
E. Blatt, Scale Firm, US
B. LaCroix, Jameson & Company, US
E. Poppe, Cherry Bekaert, US
B. Smith, US Navy, US
3:30Emerging Batteries 2National Harbor 13
Session chair: Imre Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy, US, & Erik Spoerke, Sandia National Laboratories, US
Research on Low-Cost Na Battery Chemistry for LDES Applications
G. Li, J.M. Weller, H.H. Han, E. Polikarpov, D.M. Reed, V.L. Sprenkle, Pacific Northwest National Lab, US
Harmonizing efficiency with sustainability in layered oxide and carbon electrodes of sodium-ion batteries
P. Lavela, M. Aranda, A. Medina, R. Alcántara, J.L. Tirado, Universidad de Córdoba, ES
Achieving higher energy density in Li-ion Batteries (LIB) by implementation of incommensurate/rotated multilayer graphene anode.
T. Paronyan, HeXalayer, LLC, US
4:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception, Poster Session I (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall BC
4:00TechConnect Business Team Meet & Greet - Booth 501Expo Hall BC
4:00EPA P3 National Student Design Competition Showcase ReceptionExpo Hall BC
4:00SBIR/STTR Pavilion ReceptionExpo Hall BC
4:00TechConnect Corporate Partner Speed DatingExpo Hall BC
Lockheed Martin
Ginkgo Bioworks
Koch Modular
Novo Nordisk
TechOpp, Inc.
Woodside Energy
4:00Coatings & Surfaces - PostersExpo Hall BC
Rapid R2R Prototyping of Novel Technologies
B. Sullivan, M. Merwin, J. Beaudry, Y. Sahoo, FHT, US
4:00Composite Materials - PostersExpo Hall BC
Polymer/Glass Composites via 3D Printing for High Transparency, Mechanical Durability and Self-Healing Capabilities
T. Sobczak, D. Patil, K. Song, UGA, US
Design and preliminary assessment of composites from winery waste for multifunctional application
S. Bhattarai, M.A. Oluwagbemiga, N.F. Adegboyega, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, US
4:00Nanoparticles - PostersExpo Hall BC
*STUDENT POSTER AWARDEE* Copper-bearing hydrotalcite minerals as precursors for photocatalytic supported plasmonic nanoparticles
J. Cabezas Parra, E.R. Newmeyer, J. North, M. Hershey, D.F. Swearer, Northwestern University, US
In-situ AFM-SEM-EDS nanoparticle imaging and characterization
K. Arat, F. Dong, W.K. Neils, S. Spagna, Quantum Design, US
4:00Carbon Nanostructures - PostersExpo Hall BC
Ag-loaded hollow carbon framework for stable anode-free Li metal batteries
J.H. Sung, J-S Yu, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, KR
4:00Drug Delivery - PostersExpo Hall BC
Precision without Radiation: Advanced Needle Guidance Technology for Percutaneous Needle Interventions
P. Vemavarapu, XRMedix, US
SynerGene’s Versatile Platform Technology for Delivery of Diverse Molecules Into TfR-expressing Cells and Across the BBB
J.B. Harford, S.S. Kim, M. Moghe, A.S. Rait, K.F. Pirollo, E.H. Chang, SynerGene Therapeutics, Inc., US
Feasibility Assessment through Visco-Elasticity Measurement of High-Concentration Formulation
C. Kim, D.A. Weitz, and W. Jhe, Seoul National University, KR
Nanotechnology driven turmeric nanoformulation with enhanced functionality
R. Kaur, Punjabi University Patiala, IN
4:00Bio-Based Materials - PostersExpo Hall BC
Recent Advances in Biofunctional and Sustainable Chitin-Based Materials
T. Basak, R. Panackal Shibu, A. Zannat, J. L. Shamshina, Texas Tech University, US
Regenerative microbial stem cells to boost the efficiency of fermentation
N. Mushnikov, AsimicA, Inc, US
4:00Fuel Cell - PostersExpo Hall BC
NixFey nanoporous electrocatalysts for oxygen evolution reaction in alkaline water splitting
E. Chuluunbat, N.-A. Nguyen, A. Szaniel, H.-S. Choi, Chungnam National University, KR
Cobalt Nitride-Implanted PtCo Intermetallic Catalysts for High Performance Fuel Cell Cathode
M. I. Maulana, H.-Y. Lee, C. Gyan-Barimah, and J.-S. Yu, Deagu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, KR
4:00Energy Storage - PostersExpo Hall BC
Combining Fast EV Charging and Storage: A Novel Plan to Improve Economics and Reduce Emissions
S. Brauer, C. Brumlik, Nanobiz LLC, US
4:00Photonics - PostersExpo Hall BC
Using Electron Beam Lithography to Perform Full Process Calibration using TRACER ​
J.U. Gadea Morales, Applied Physics & Materials Science at Caltech, US
4:00Graphene - PostersExpo Hall BC
Argonne MXene Innovations: Advanced 2D Materials for Next-Generation Applications
S.P. Adhikari, Z.D. Hood, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Laser-Induced Graphene-Palladium Nanohybrids for Flexible and Wearable Gas Sensor
P. Kang, B.G. Kim, M. Kim, George Mason University, US
Review on Functional Mixed Anion Layered Compounds (MALC) and Computational Chemical Analysis on a Representative MALC, Sr2VFeAsO3-δ
Y. Kamihara, Keio Univ., JP
Nanomechanical Probing of Confined Water in Graphene-Liquid Cells
S.S. Jugade, S. Sadighikia, P. van Deursen, P. Sen, A.K. Naik, Indian Institute of Science, IN
Probing Electrical Property of Low-Angle Twisted Bilayer Graphene by Conductive Atomic Force Microscopy
M-H. Choi, H. Noh, D. Velarde, Y. Yu, G. Min and S.B. Kaemmer, Park Systems, US
Evaluating the Impact of Defects, Interfaces and Boundaries on Thermal Transport in 2D Materials Using a Novel Opto-Thermal Metrology Technique with Sub-Micron Resolution
B.M. Foley, A.H. Jones, P.E. Hopkins, J.T. Gaskins, Laser Thermal, US
Imaging Spectroscopic Ellipsometry for Nanomaterials Characterization
M. Diware, H. Noh, G. Min and S. Kaemmer, Park Systems, US
4:00Polymers - PostersExpo Hall BC
Degradation and Upcycling of Polyolefins to Valuable Chemicals
G. Liu, Virginia Tech, US
De-plasticization of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) Wastes into Value-Added Carbon Materials
D. Saha, H. Grappe, Eco Carbon LLC, US
Fungal Chitin as a Renewable and Abundant Alternative to Crustacean Chitin
A. Zannat, J.L. Shamshina, Texas Tech University, US
Economically viable Viable Approaches for the generation Generation of Chitin Nanomaterials and Their Utilization in Material Reinforcement
R. Panackal Shibu, J.L. Shamshina, Texas Tech University, US
4:00Advanced Manufacturing - PostersExpo Hall BC
Microscopic investigation of evolution of micro-crack in tight radius bending with advanced high strength steels
K. Jeong, Y. Jeong, J. Lee, G. Kim, J. Yoon, Hanyang University, KR
Gaining Visibility Into Discrete Manufacturing Processes With MQTT and Sparkplug
R. Subramanyan, HiveMQ, US
Additive Manufacturing of Polymer/Nanoparticle Composites for Diverse Applications
D. Patil, T. Sobczak, K. Song, UGA, US
A digital twin model of ceramic powder manufacturing process using computer simulation and machine learning
J. Park, B. Kim, G-A. Ryu, H.S. Jang, S. Hyun, S. Baik, Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology, KR
Modular Pilot & Demonstration Systems - Accelerating the Global Transition to Clean Energy
M. Villegas, Koch Modular Process Systems, US
Electron Beam and Laser Welding to Support On-Orbit Servicing, Assembly, and Manufacturing
B. Panton, W. McAuley, A. Brimmer, E. Choi, A. Ramirez, The Ohio State University, US
Laser beam welding of 316L under low atmospheric pressure for simulation of space welding conditions
A. Brimmer, E. Choi, W. McAuley, B. Panton, A. Ramirez, The Ohio State University, US
300mm Silicon-on-Insulator Technology for Radiation Hard Defense Applications
J.U. Lee, University at Albany-SUNY and RadBOX Semi, Inc., US
4:00Industrial Water - PostersExpo Hall BC
Strategies for Effective Contaminant Removal in Industrial Wastewater: A Comparative Study of Steam Stripping and Solvent Extraction Methods
W. Gallei, K. Parkinson, Koch Modular Process Systems, US
Dew Point Distillation
J. Premer, D. Pandelidis, Baryon inc, US
4:00Biomaterials & Medical Devices - PostersExpo Hall BC
ASTM Standards in Medical Device Cleaning Validation
G.J.C. Braithwaite, S.H. Spiegelberg, Cambridge Polymer Group, Inc., US
Development of a Three-Species Biofilm Model on Ex Vivo Porcine Skin Tissues
F. Tabatabaei, N. Byrnes-Shaver, T. Conti, iFyber, US
3D-Printed Tool for Creating Standardized and High-Throughput Burn Wounds in Ex Vivo Human Viable Skin Tissues
M. Javid, F. Tabatabaei, iFyber, US
Analyzing the Influence of Microarchitectural Design on Chitin Cell Culture Scaffolds for 3D Tissue Engineering Applications
T. Basak, J. L. Shamshina, Texas Tech University, US
Evaluation of the Biocompatibility of SiOxD Wound Matrix
A.M. Jorgensen, M. Loll, D. Hickerson, W. Hickerson, SiOxMed, LLC, US
A Novel Silicone Based Polymer Universal Combat Matrix (UCM) Provides Multi-day Hemostatic Control of Junctional, High Pressure, and Non-compressible Hemorrhagic Injuries
A.M. Jorgensen, SiOxMed, LLC, US
How a University-based Incubator Program Supports Early-Stage Medical Device Innovation
K. Durdon, Central New York Biotech Accelerator, Upstate Medical University, US
4:00Material Characterization & Imaging - PostersExpo Hall BC
Reactive accelerated aging as a novel in vitro method for degradation studies of polymer materials
A. Schadenhofer, J. Körner, Leibniz University Hannover, DE
Analytical techniques for soft-solid characterization
G.J.C. Braithwaite, J. White, Cambridge Polymer Group, Inc., US
Towards causal understanding of phenotypes and developmental anomalies
W. Tao, C. Keller, M. Hurtt, G. Srinivasa, R. Whitaker, M. Langham, University of Utah, US
4:00Printed & Flexible Electronics - PostersExpo Hall BC
Performance Analysis of Physically Flexible Commercial Microcontroller with Soft Polymer Encapsulation
M.S. Kim, G.A. Torres Sevilla, M.M. Hussain, Purdue University, US
Stretchable and conductive polydimethylsiloxane/liquid metal composites with a hierarchical structure
C. Liu, J. Ding, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, US
Scalable Process Controls for Aerosol Jet Printing 3D Conformal Circuits
J.D. Rurup, E.B. Secor, Iowa State University, US
4:00Sustainable Nanotech - PostersExpo Hall BC
Development of Magnesium Hydroxide and 5Mg(OH)2·MgSO4·3H2O Synthetic Tuning System through Basic/Acid Catalyst
Y.J. Kim, Y.J. Yoon, KICET (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering & Technology, KR
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