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Fused Computation of Convolutional Neural Network Layers
A CNN hardware accelerator that improves energy efficiency ideal for architectures that focus on the dataflow across convolutional layers Background: Deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are rapidly becoming the dominant approach to computer vision and a major component of many other pervasive machine learning tasks. Technology Overview:...
Published: 8/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Michael Ferdman, Peter Milder, Monaj Alwani
Keywords(s): CNN, Convolutional, Deep Learning, FPGA, GPU Accelerator, Neural Networks, Technologies
Category(s): Computer, Computer Software, Electronics and Electronic Materials, Campus > Stony Brook University
Electrode Materials for Group II Cation Based Batteries
Magnesium is more abundant than lithium and is air stable, so magnesium batteries make a promising replacement for li-ion batteries Background: Batteries are described as an alternative technology to lithium batteries which are currently in widespread use. New proposed battery technology will have significantly lower environmental impact than...
Published: 8/27/2020   |   Inventor(s): Kenneth Takeuchi, Esther Takeuchi, Amy Marschilok
Keywords(s): battery, Cathode, Electrode, group II, Technologies
Category(s): Energy Conservation, Environment, Electronics and Electronic Materials, Campus > Stony Brook University
Hybrid Electrolytes for Group II Cation Based Batteries
A hybrid electrolyte system with Group II cation batteries that are safer and have a lower environmental impact than lithium ion batteries Background: Lithium ion batteries and lead acid batteries are used as benchmark systems. Variation in the cost of specific batteries is dependent on factors such as design, manufacturing process and number of...
Published: 8/25/2020   |   Inventor(s): Esther Takeuchi, Kenneth Takeuchi, Amy Marschilok
Keywords(s): battery, Cathode, Electrode, group II, Technologies
Category(s): Electronics and Electronic Materials, Energy Conservation, Environment, Campus > Stony Brook University
Highly Porous Fibrous Network Materials for Gas Filtration
A nanofibrous gas filtration membrane with tunable pore size and low pressure drop ideal for filtering fumes, viruses and particulate matter Background: Filtration is used to separate one substance from another by entrapment within or on a filter medium. Air filtration can be important in both industrial and personal applications, especially as pollution...
Published: 8/25/2020   |   Inventor(s): Benjamin Chu, Benjamin Hsiao, Hongyang Ma
Keywords(s): 3-dimantional network structure, air filtration, Cellulose nanofibers, chemically cross-linking, gas filtration, membrane, polysaccharide nanofibers, Technologies
Category(s): Material and Composites, Research Tools and Reagents, Electronics and Electronic Materials, Campus > Stony Brook University
The Addition of Graphene and Metal or Metal Oxide-Modified Graphene to Improve Organic Solar Cells
The addition of graphene or metal-graphene to organic polymer solar cells improves energy production without high silicon costs Background: Presently, organic solar cells are extremely expensive due to the materials used. Additionally, they are inefficient due to a large amount of energy lost in the production process. This discovery offers...
Published: 8/24/2020   |   Inventor(s): Miriam Rafailovich, Rebecca Isseroff, Li Hongfei, Andrew Chen
Keywords(s): Energy, Graphene, Polymer, Technologies
Category(s): Energy Conservation, Electronics and Electronic Materials, Material and Composites, Campus > Stony Brook University
Compact Spectrometer for X-rays
Cost-effective spectrometer focusing apparatus for portable X-ray imaging Background: An x-ray spectrometer is an optical device used to resolve and select different x-ray photon energies. The x-ray spectrometer operates by using a diffractive crystal. A von Hamos x-ray spectrometer includes an x-ray source defined by a rectangular slit, a cylindrical...
Published: 8/24/2020   |   Inventor(s): Paul Northrup
Keywords(s): diffraction, Technologies, X-ray fluorescence, X-ray spectrometer
Category(s): Electronics and Electronic Materials, Education and Training, Material and Composites, Optics and Photonics, Research Tools and Reagents, Campus > Stony Brook University
Semiconductor Laser Source with Electrically Tunable Emission Wavelength
A tunable semiconductor with novel wavelength adjusting technology Background: An adjustable semiconductor light source, such as lasers or light diodes, have a high demand for variable wavelengths in a controllable manner. Although there are methods to change the wavelength of a light beam, they are either impractical or uncontrollable. There is a...
Published: 7/8/2020   |   Inventor(s): Gregory Belenky, Mikhail Kisin, Serge Luryi, Leon Shterengas, Sergey Suchalkin
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Electronics and Electronic Materials, Optics and Photonics, Campus > Stony Brook University
Solderless Circuit Connector
Surface mount connector that allows for repeated mounting and unmounting of electronic components with densely populated pinless terminals Background: Over time the size of integrated circuits (ICs) have decreased, but with this, the number of circuits per package has increased (and continues to). It's necessary to facilitate communication between...
Published: 7/7/2020   |   Inventor(s): Anatoliy Borodin, Yuri Polyakov
Category(s): Electronics and Electronic Materials, Campus > Stony Brook University
Ultra-Low Power Core for Lightweight Encryption
Using a bit serialized, ultra-low power SIMON core that leverages adiabatic switching to provide cybersecurity via the form of encryptions Background: The exponential advancement of the internet, coding, and devices that embody both have led to a term known as ubiquitous computing. This term basically means that computing can be done anywhere, on...
Published: 7/7/2020   |   Inventor(s): Emre Salman, Milutin Stanacevic, Yasha Karimi, Tutu Wan, Huang Yuanfei
Category(s): Electronics and Electronic Materials, Information Technology, Campus > Stony Brook University
Degradable Polymeric Materials via Large Ring Alternating Ring Opening Metathesis Polymerization (AROMP)
An effective way of designing a myriad of intelligent materials that are readily degradable and easily synthesized Background: Ring opening metathesis polymerization is a technique which enables the synthesis of materials of diverse architecture owing to its tolerance to a large range of functionalities. Traditionally, the scope of monomers used yields...
Published: 7/6/2020   |   Inventor(s): Nicole Sampson, Jingling Zhang, Francis Boadi, Guofang Li
Category(s): Drug Delivery, Electronics and Electronic Materials, Material and Composites, Therapeutics, Campus > Stony Brook University
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