Available Technologies by Category
Highly Efficient Electrically Conductive Adhesives
  • The developed approach offers many advantages such as reduced materials cost
  • Low processing temperature
  • Compatible with low cost, flexible substrates such as paper and PET
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Highly Efficient, Durable Cathodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs)
  • More stable: The technique used enhances cathode durability while maintaining the high-kinetic electrode structure
  • Stackable: The cathode design is suitable for implementation in a fuel cell stack
  • Fast: The combination of nanoparticles and conformal coatings provides increased reaction sites and rapid transport paths
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Highly Sensitive Standoff Gas Sensing Using Carbon Nanotubes
  • Extremely sensitive gas sensor based on the change in resonant frequency of circuit caused by interaction of gas molecules with carbon nanotubes
  • CNTs can be functionalized to detect one or more analytes with high specificity
  • Sensor can be manufactured using inkjet printing technologies to reduce costs
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Hybrid Extrusion and Coating Technology
  • The technology provides dynamic, in-process patterning that will benefit the mass production of layer-based thin film devices
  • This new approach allows for a purely additive approach to making layer-based devices and does not require an additional subtractive step
  • The integration of CAD into the system allows for making complex patterns
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Hybrid Meta-Surfaces for Active, Non-Volatile Light Manipulation
  • Fast: Enables highly dense pixels with fast (nanosecond) switching capability
  • Scalable: Can be fabricated with features down to nanometer sizes; the overall device can incorporate several meta-surfaces with different features over a large-size wafer
  • Agile: Offers high switching robustness (up to 1012 cycles)
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Hybrid Molecular Catalysts: A New Blueprint for Catalyst Design, Preparation, and Testing
  • Attachment of molecular catalysts to solid supports can lead to new reactivity not seen under homogeneous conditions
  • At an optimal atomic layer deposition (ALD) layer thickness, the molecular catalyst remains highly active while still being resistant to surface detachment and subsequent deactivation
  • Catalyst separation and recovery achieved via a simple filtering and washing process rather than energy- and time-intensive distillation or re-crystallization processes
  • In addition to the simple filter-and-wash process mentioned above, encapsulation requires only about 10 reaction cycles, making this process technologically and economically viable for large-scale manufacturing
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Hybrid Nanowire for Creating Mechanical Energy
  • Increased solar conversion efficiency
  • Fibers increase the surface area of light exposure
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Hybrid Triboelectric Nanogenerator Harvests Mechanical and Electrical Energy
  • Sustainable: Harvests energy from the environment to minimize the use of non-renewable materials for power
  • Highly efficient: Exhibits an unprecedented conversion efficiency of 50% to 85%, an area power density of 313 watts per square meter, and a volume power density of 340 kilowatts per cubic meter
  • Powerful: Integrates with several other TENGs for output power of 1 megawatt
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Hybrid Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks for Effective Gas Separation
  • Tunable: Provides a mechanism for adjusting the porosity and functionality of ZIF materials to be used in a range of applications
  • Advanced: Demonstrates significantly higher levels of separation selectivity from molecular mixtures of interest than previous ZIF models
  • Scalable: Holds potential for large-scale CO2 separation in different materials, such as membranes and adsorbents
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Hydrogel Surfaces for Modulation of Cell Secretory Activity
  • Multiple formulations – set of hydrogel formulations to control the secretory behavior of cells
  • Customizable – hydrogels can be tailored to exhibit a range of mechanical and biochemical properties:
    • Mechanical properties controlled by length and concentration of polymers, concentration of free radical initiators, curing time
    • Biochemical properties include what peptide, lipid, carbohydrate or other moieties are incorporated into the hydrogel network.
    • Can be formed as flat surfaces or three dimensional matrices
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Hydrogel-Based Artificial Ligaments Offer Substantial Improvements for ACL Reconstruction Therapies
  • This biocompatible hydrogel-based device is designed to reproduce natural ligament/tendon function to decrease the incidence of immune responses that lead to chronic inflammation.
  • An alternative to standard artificial ligaments and tendons, the device is designed to be placed via non-invasive techniques, making it a safer alternative to current, invasive surgical methods.
  • Non-biodegradable hydrogels are highly durable, potentially increasing the lifespan of the prostheses.
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Hydrogels for Controlled Delivery of Lysostaphin to Treat Staphylococcus aureus Infections
  • Injectable (or surgically applied) hydrogel formulation conforms and adheres to the fracture and surrounding tissue, ensuring efficient, local delivery of lysostaphin
  • Localized treatments enable higher relative doses to be given at the site of infection, and enhanced stability from the hydrogel carrier may reduce the number of overall doses needed
  • Tunable nature of the material provides control over the amount and time over which lysostaphin is delivered
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Image-Based Disease Severity Algorithm
  • The technology utilizes an image-based algorithm and automatic methodology to detect biomarkers in disease.
  • It leverages a well-trained neural network on a dataset of healthy instances to learn the feature distribution of the healthy data.
  • Anomaly detection algorithms generate anomaly scores based on properties of the neural network, providing a measure of severity by assessing how anomalous an instance appears compared to the healthy distribution.
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Improve the Reliability of Quantum Computers by Mitigating Measurements Errors
  • Increased reliability by 2-3x: Some current quantum computers have average measurement error rates ranging from 6%–8%, with worst case rates ranging from 25%–30%. Georgia Tech’s methods improve measurement fidelity by 2–3x.  
  • Improved usability: Implementation of the EDM uses the top-four mappings produced by the underlying mapping policy.
  • Proactive: Using AIM to predict the state that is being measured and the error rate profile of the machine, the predicted state can be proactively mapped to the strongest state using a specifically designed inversion string.
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Improved Adaptive Control System Using Selectable Parameters
  • Faster: Requires less complexity in the code, enabling faster control response times
  • Smoother: Improves control stabilization and tracking performance
  • Versatile: Augments existing nonadaptive control systems without modifying the gains employed in those systems
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Improved AZA-peptide Epoxides
  • Versatile: able to treat multiple diseases
  • Can be administered with or without other protease inhibitors 
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Improved Electrically Driven Temperature Swing Adsorption (ETSA) System for Faster, More Productive Direct Air Capture of Carbon Dioxide
  • This electrically driven temperature swing adsorption (ETSA) system uses sorbent-coated carbon fibers that exhibit Joule heating and rapid temperature swings for improved CO2 direct air capture (DAC).
  • Over ten times faster temperature controls and six times faster CO2 desorption rate in ETSA than temperature swing adsorption (TSA) operation under the same DAC condition
  • The dual-layered structure composed of a Joule heating core and CO2 adsorbing coating layer result in a larger amount of CO2 chemisorption.
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Improved Liquid Sanitization Cyclic Filtration System
  • Biological, chemical, and physical contaminants are extracted from liquids and discharged as separated waste while the system is in operation
  • Extracted contaminates are continually flushed from the system to reduce residue accumulation on the filtration membranes
  • Self-cleaning filter design allows the system to operate more efficiently than traditional water filtration methods
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Improved Privacy: A Data Security Solution
  • Easy-to-use – Overcomes usability problems and/or server modifications of existing privacy solutions
  • Standalone – Ability to be used as a standalone program that provides better isolation than other products
  • Secure – Allows the provider or online entity to enhance the user’s confidence that the personal data will be not be compromised
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Improved Projection Exposure System for Fabricating Nanomaterials
  • High speed processing: Enables rapid prototyping and large-scale manufacturing
  • Simple optics: Nano-scale patterning achieved without complex optical systems or photomasks
  • Cost effective: Replaces slow and expensive electron beam lithography
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