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					DoD 2007.3 SBIR Topic Summary

Agency      Topic NumberTitle
Air Force   AF073-002   Adaptive Optics Compensation in Deep Atmospheric Turbulence
Air Force   AF073-003   Cryogenic High Power Laser Pump Diodes
Air Force   AF073-004   Integrated wide-bandgap semiconductor photoconductive switch with a terahertz antenna
Air Force   AF073-005   Non-Linear Transmission Line Microwave Source
Air Force   AF073-007   Intracavity Beam Control in Laser Resonators
Air Force   AF073-008   Solid State Switch for high voltage sub-microsecond pulsed power
Air Force   AF073-009   High Average Intensity High Repetition Rate Short Pulsed Neutron Source
Air Force   AF073-010   User Definable 4-D Common Operating Picture (COP)
Air Force   AF073-011   Participant Tracking in Immersive Training and Aiding Environments
Air Force   AF073-012   Terahertz Source and Spectrometer
Air Force   AF073-013   Integration of Psychophysiological and Performance Measures into an Adaptive Aiding System
Air Force   AF073-014   Rapidly Configurable Modular Litter System for use in Aeromedical Transport
Air Force   AF073-016   Architecture Methodology Integration
Air Force   AF073-017   Distributed Multidimensional Analysis of Battlespace Weather
Air Force   AF073-018   Using Next Generation Processors
Air Force   AF073-019   Airborne Network Routing Protocol Security
Air Force   AF073-020   Reservation-based Quality of Service (QoS) in an Airborne Network
Air Force   AF073-025   Metadata & Information Tagging Technologies for Application Interoperability and Services
Air Force   AF073-026   Interface Design and Versioning Framework
Air Force   AF073-027   Variable Continuity of Operations/Service-Oriented Architecture (COOP/SOA) Services
Air Force   AF073-029   Proactive Determination of Networked Node Vulnerability
Air Force   AF073-031   Consolidating Entity Information from Heterogeneous Text Sources for Multi-INT Fusion
Air Force   AF073-033   Advanced Insider Threat Detection and Response
Air Force   AF073-034   Passive and Active Mission Modeling
Air Force   AF073-035   Biomolecular Taggants for Covert Tracking and Watermarking
Air Force   AF073-037   Novel High Power Microwave (HPM) Hardening Materials for Aircraft, Ground, & Space System
Air Force   AF073-038   Surface Processing for Enhanced Environmental and Creep-Fatigue Resistance
Air Force   AF073-039   Development of Electrically Conductive Skins for Morphing Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs)
Air Force   AF073-040   Bearing Sensor Data Transmission for Engine Health Management
Air Force   AF073-041   Advanced Ultra-Lightweight Hybrid/Composite Mirrors (ULHCMs)
Air Force   AF073-042   Materials for Terahertz Detectors
Air Force   AF073-043   Development of High-Definition (HD), Low-Light-Level Detector
Air Force   AF073-044   High Energy Density Storage for Solar Power Generation Systems
Air Force   AF073-045   Carbon Nanofibers, Testing, and Fabrication
Air Force   AF073-046   High Capacity, Lightweight , and Compact Thermal Energy Storage (TES) Technologies and Sy
Air Force   AF073-047   Stand-Off Detection of Functionalized Nanoparticles
Air Force   AF073-048   Temperature-Tolerant Processor for Reliable Control
Air Force   AF073-049   Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) Cooling
Air Force   AF073-050   Advanced Heat Exchanger (HEX) Scaling Methodologies for High-Performance Aircraft
Air Force   AF073-051   Test Method for Inducing Steep Thermal Gradients in Thin-Walled Structures
Air Force   AF073-052   Full-Field Temperature and Strain Measurement Capability for Turbine Engine Applications
Air Force   AF073-053   Spall Propagation-Resistant Hybrid Bearings for High-Performance Turbine Engines
Air Force   AF073-054   Conjugate Heat Transfer Analysis Capability for Gas Turbine Component Design
Air Force   AF073-055   Improved Damping Modeling for Afterburners
Air Force   AF073-056   Advanced Heat Exchanger Materials
Air Force   AF073-057   High-Speed Thermal Sensing System for On-Engine Monitoring of Ceramic Coatings
Air Force   AF073-058   Hypersonic Propulsion
Air Force   AF073-059   Measurement Techniques for High-Pressure, Liquid-Fueled Combustors with High Soot Loading
Air Force   AF073-060   Computational Fluid Dynamics Enhancements for Scramjet Flow Simulations
Air Force   AF073-061   Longer Length Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) for Electric Power Applications
Air Force   AF073-063   Generation of Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Radar Waveforms
Air Force   AF073-064   Wideband, Dual-Polarized, High-Frequency (HF) Element
Air Force   AF073-065   Tunable Filters for the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS)
Air Force   AF073-066   Low-profile, Wideband Antennas for the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS)
Air Force   AF073-067   Efficient Radar Search Modes for Deep Space (DS) Surveillance
Air Force   AF073-068   Three-Dimensional (3-D) Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Image Formation and Exploitation
Air Force   AF073-069   Feature-Aided Tracking, Detection, and Identification of Moving Targets Using Synthetic Apertur
Air Force   AF073-070   Waveforms Optimization Algorithms for Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Development
Air Force   AF073-071   Nonlinear Signal Processing for Advanced Digital Receive Systems
Air Force   AF073-072   Materials/Techniques for Small/Dense Global Positioning System (GPS) Antenna Arrays
Air Force   AF073-073   Digital Beamforming (DBF) for Satellite Operations (SATOPS) Support
Air Force   AF073-074   Multi Channel Radio Frequency Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (RFASIC) for Handheld G
Air Force   AF073-075   Agile Optics and Optical Systems for Autonomous Aerial Surveillance Cameras
Air Force   AF073-076   Exploitation of Large-Format (ELF) Electro-Optic (EO) Data
Air Force   AF073-077   Enhancing Trust via End-node Security in SensorWeb Decision Support Systems
Air Force   AF073-078   Technology Enablers for Layered Sensing
Air Force   AF073-079   Reconfigurable Subaperturing for Endo-clutter Processing
Air Force   AF073-080   Managing Uncertainty in Anticipatory Exploitation
Air Force   AF073-081   Anticipating Emergent Threat Propensity using Human/Machine Perceptual Sensing
Air Force   AF073-082   Vertically Integrated Sensing, Tracking, and Attack (VISTA)
Air Force   AF073-083   Polarization Selective Infrared Detection
Air Force   AF073-084   Actively Excited Bio-Taggant Sensor
Air Force   AF073-086   Store Trajectory Response to Unsteady Aerodynamic Loads
Air Force   AF073-087   Enhanced Acoustical Environment for Modern Weapons Bays
Air Force   AF073-088   Innovative Structural Concepts for Deep-Winged Large Transports
Air Force   AF073-089   Autonomous Control Technologies for Terminal Area Operations
Air Force   AF073-090   Towards a Systematic Approach for Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs) Flight-Enabling Technologies
Air Force   AF073-091   High-Speed Airbreathing Propulsion Integration
Air Force   AF073-093   Pre-processing Algorithms for Exploitation of Remotely Sensed Optical Spectral Imagery for Aut
Air Force   AF073-094   Design-Hardened Radiation Tolerant Microelectronics
Air Force   AF073-095   Radiation Resistant Solar Cell Coverglass Adhesives
Air Force   AF073-096   Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries for Space Applications
Air Force   AF073-097   Space Qualified SDRAM Memory
Air Force   AF073-098   Thin Multijunction Solar Cells
Air Force   AF073-099   Ultra-Dense Three-Dimensional Electronics for Space
Air Force   AF073-100   Ultra-Low-Power Radiation-Hard Electronics
Air Force   AF073-101   Low Cost Deployable Reflector Support Structure
Air Force   AF073-102   Satellite Structures with Engineered or Variable Electomagnetic Properties
Air Force   AF073-103   High Performance Miniaturized Space Weather Instruments
Air Force   AF073-105   Just In Time (JIT) Component Presentation
Air Force   AF073-106   Penetrant Material Waste Reduction and Process Improvement
Air Force   AF073-107   Sulfur Hexafluride (SF6) Replacement or Reduction in high voltage switchgear and airborne rad
Air Force   AF073-108   Distributed, Multi-Echelon Logistics Management
Air Force   AF073-109   Airframe Structural Remote Detection for Stress and Corrosion Crack Damage
Air Force   AF073-110   Handheld Real Time (RT) Climatic/Environmental Sensor
Air Force   AF073-111   Compact Immersive Display Components
Air Force   AF073-113   Hydrophobic/Non-Delaminating Radome Material
Air Force   AF073-131   Cryo-Motion for Space Simulation Testing
Air Force   AF073-132   High Temperature Hypersonic Force Measurement System
Air Force   AF073-133   Mass Flow-Through Measurement System for Transient Jet Interaction Testing
Air Force    AF073-134    Fiber-Based Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy System
Air Force    AF073-135    Vibration Analysis of Rotating Plant Machinery
Air Force    AF073-136    Secure Plant Operations Data Network
Air Force    AF073-138    Low Temperature Multi-Spectral Image Projector
Air Force    AF073-139    Field Sensor for Measuring Total Trihalomethanes (TTHM) Concentrations in Drinking Water
Air Force    AF073-140    Test and Evaluation Metadata Support Tools
Air Force    AF073-141    Portable Biomass Liquid/Gaseous Fuel Reactor
Air Force    AF073-142    Aeroelastic Model Updating
Air Force    AF073-144    Wireless Brake and Tire Monitoring System (WBTMS)
Air Force    AF073-145    Aerothermoelastic Simulation
             MDA07-001 Advanced Sensor Materials for Space
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-002 Advanced Space Power Management & Energy Storage Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-003 High
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Performance Rad Hard Analog to Digital Converter Architectures
             MDA07-004 Improved Cryocooling Component Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-005 Legacy Software Conversion Tool
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-006 Low
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Cost Calibration Test Objects for MDA Systems
             MDA07-007 Passive Cooling of Laser Diodes for Use on Satellites
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-008 Space Component Miniaturization
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-009 Advanced Interceptor Axial Propulsion and Miniature Divert and Attitude Control Systems (DACS
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-010 Advanced Interceptor Guidance, Navigation and Control (GN&C) Components
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-011 Advanced Synergistic Structures for Interceptor Kill Vehicles
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-012 Interceptor Algorithms
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-013 Interceptor Avionics
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-014 Radiation Hard Interceptor Components Test Methods for Missile Defense
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-015 Interceptor Seekers
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-016 Aerodynamic Drag and Lift Characteristics for Irregularly-Shaped Intercept Fragments
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-017 Develop Consistent First-Principles Earthshine and Skyshine Ultraviolet, Visible, and Infrared Co
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-018 High
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Fidelity Missile Hardbody Plume Interaction Modeling
             MDA07-019 Hypervelocity Intercept Modeling with First-Principle, Physics-Based Tools
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-020 Improvements to the BMDS Hit-to-Kill Lethality Predictive Toolset
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-021 Maneuvering Target Phenomenology
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-022 Advanced Missile Materials and Process Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-023 Ballistic Missile Defense System Innovative Power Generation and Storage Devices
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-024 Improved Manufacturing Processes for Propulsion Technology
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-025 Innovative Manufacturing Technologies for Low Cost, High Reliability Electronic Packaging
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-026 Manufacturing Technology Innovations for Advanced Electro Optical Components/Systems for M
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-027 Mitigating Lead-Free Issues in Electronic Circuit Board Manufacturing and Repair
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-028 Production Enhancements for Integrated Anti-Tamper Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-029 Sensor Data Fusion
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-030 Mitigation of Radar Clutter Using Algorithmic Techniques
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-031 Game Theory In Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD)
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-032 Advanced Passive and Active Sensor Technology for Discrimination
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-033 Forecasting IR Satellite Imagery for Adaptive Sensor Tasking
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-034 Device Level Thermal Management Solutions for Phased Array Radar
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-035 Innovative Hardware Technologies for Anti-Jam and Electromagnetic Attack Rejection in Ballisti
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-036 Electrical Interconnect Technologies for MDA Phased Array Radars
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-037 Distributed Aperture Radar Signal Processing Algorithms, Waveforms, and Signal Processing
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-038 RF-Photonic Circuits and Interconnections for Radar Applications
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-039 Distributed Real-Time Information Assurance Management Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-040 Configuration Validation Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-041 Security Policy Reconciliation
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-042 Voice
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) over IP Security
             MDA07-043 Ballistic Missile Defense Anti-Tamper Volume Protection
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-044 Debris Assessment from Spectrally Diverse Sensors and Air Sample to Aid Post-Intercept Weap
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-045 Automated Battle Management / Planning Aids
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-046 Track Correlation / Sensor Netting
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-047 Slow
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Cook-Off Insensitive Munitions Solutions for Solid Rocket Motors
             MDA07-048 Safe
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Liquid Hypergolic Propulsion Systems
             MDA07-049 Insensitive Munitions Solutions for Large Scale Solid Rocket Motors
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-050 High
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Pressure Singlet Delta Oxygen Generator
             MDA07-051 Advanced Hemispherical Reflectance Measurement of Heated Materials
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-052 Fiber
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Optic Gyro (FOG) Performance Improvement
             MDA07-053 Improved Iodine storage, shipping, handling and operations for COIL Lasers
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             NGA07-001 High-Sensitivity Military GPS Receivers
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
             NGA07-002 Alternative (NGA)
National Geospatial-Intelligence AgencyPNT Augmentations for Handhelds
Navy         N07-159         Development of a Lighter Weight, more comfortable and durable
Navy         N07-160         Power Suite for Distributed Operations
Navy         N07-161         Integral Suppressed Weapon Barrel
Navy         N07-162         40mm Low/Medium Velocity Air Bursting Munitions System
Navy         N07-163         Air Flow Noise Reduction Techniques
Navy         N07-164         Sniper Detection
Navy         N07-165         On site sterilizing solution production system
Navy         N07-166         On The Move (OTM) High Frequency (HF) Communications Capability for the EFV
Navy         N07-167         Innovative Manufacturing Process for Defect free, Affordable, High Pressure, Thin Walled Hydra
Navy         N07-168         Residual Stress Measurements Program to Support Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) of Cr
Navy         N07-169         Miniature Corrosion Sensor Hub to Monitor Difficult-to-Access Aircraft Structure with Complex G
Navy         N07-170         Hybrid Bearings Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE)
Navy         N07-171         A Miniature, Lightweight, Low Power, Multi-Sensor Package to Quantify the Corrosive Severity o
Navy         N07-172         Innovative Concepts for Stabilization and Control of Aerial Refueling Drogues
Navy         N07-173         Exhaust Jet Noise Reduction for Tactical Aircraft
Navy         N07-174         A Portable Corrosion Detector for inspecting Aircraft Structures with Complex Geometries.
Navy         N07-175         Intelligent Sensor for Distributed Engine Control for Advanced Propulsion System Application
Navy         N07-176         Laser Surface Texturing for Gears and Bearings
Navy         N07-177         Micromechanical Assessment of Thermochemically Induced NDE Changes in Advanced Compo
Navy         N07-178         Development of a Miniature, Vibro-Mechanical Energy Scavenging (Harvesting) Device for Powe
Navy         N07-179         F-35 Three-Bearing Swivel Nozzle (3BSN) Door Actuator
Navy         N07-180         Surface Mounted Communications Antennae using Microstructure
Navy         N07-181         Conformal Sensor Window
Navy         N07-182         Aerodynamic Infrared Dome
Navy         N07-183         LOW TEMPERATURE IONIC LIQUIDS FOR NAVY APPLICATIONS
Navy         N07-184         Metamaterial-Based Electrically Small Antenna
Navy         N07-185         Algorithm Development for Standard Interface Compliance Verification
Navy         N07-186         High Temperature Superconductor Circuit Integration with CMOS Electronics on Sapphire.
Navy         N07-187         RF-based Geolocation I/Q Data Rate Enhancement
Navy         N07-188         Networked Positioning of Unattended Ground Sensors using JTRS radios
Navy         N07-189         Generalized Environmental Acoustic Model Structure for Bottom Backscatter
Navy         N07-190         Lithium Niobate electro-optic modulators with improved efficiency achieved via novel device geo
Navy         N07-191         A Lightweight, UHF SATCOM Diplexer For Use In Expendable Buoy Systems
Navy         N07-192         Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Reuse Planning Tool for Increasing Capacity in Geo-Synchronous S
Navy         N07-193         Planning and Management of QoS based Mobile Wireless Networks
Navy         N07-194         Shipboard Low Noise Amplifier Assembly.
Navy         N07-195         Land Mobile Satellite Communications – Improved Mathematical and Simulation Methods for St
Navy         N07-196         Modeling Human Decision Making and Agent-Based Modeling of C3 Architectures in Warfare A
Navy         N07-197         High Voltage High Frequency Switch
Navy   N07-198   Low cost, lightweight, low power Precise Positioning System (PPS) GPS Solution for Software D
Navy   N07-199   Develop a New Class of Bonding Agents for High Energy Propellants
Navy   N07-200   Material Degradation Detection of Metal Components in Handling Equipment
Navy   N07-201   Use of Bus Pipe Technologies to Replace Medium and High Voltage Cables
Navy   N07-202   High-Speed Riverine Mine Countermeasure
Navy   N07-203   High Speed Torpedo & Torpedo Salvo Defense
Navy   N07-204   Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV) At-sea Fueling
Navy   N07-205   Reduced Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) Motions For Reliable Recovery
Navy   N07-206   Advanced Direct Energy Conversion for Power Electronics Cooling
Navy   N07-207   Wastewater Treatment Module
Navy   N07-208   Watercraft Controlled Approach System
Navy   N07-209   Autonomous Asymmetric Air Threat Identification
Navy   N07-210   Unmanned Vehicle Security System
Navy   N07-211   Reduction of Post Welding Distortion
Navy   N07-212   Exercise Torpedo Buoyancy (Recovery) System
Navy   N07-213   Improved Clutter Management Techniques for High Resolution Radars
Navy   N07-214   Laser Technology for Shipboard Defense
Navy   N07-215   Fiber Optic Vector Sensor Arrays
Tech Area                          Objective
Sensors, Battlespace, Weapons Determine requirements & evaluate performance for adaptive optics prototype devices that
                                   Demonstrate 77K operation of high power diode laser arrays for solid state laser pumping
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Weapons
Sensors, Electronics, Weapons      Develop an integrated laser-induced wideband gap semiconductor switch and terahertz ante
Sensors, Weapons                   Demonstrate and validate innovative technology that can be used to develop high Q mesoba
Sensors, Weapons                   Beam control functions like fine steering as well as aberrations such as atmospheric disturb
Sensors, Weapons                   Develop a compact, solid state pulsed power switch capable of switching 20-50 kV, and I >
Sensors, Electronics, Weapons      Develop a high energy neutron source with a short pulse, high repetition rate, and time-aver
                                   To
Information Systems, Human Systemscreate a 4-D common operating picture (COP) the elements of which are user selectable
Human Systems                      Individual and simultaneous precision tracking of the location and face direction of multiple p
Biomedical, Sensors, Weapons       Develop a terahertz spectroscopy system consisting of a tunable terahertz source that can g
Human Systems                      Develop a closed-loop, real-time prototype that integrates psychophysiological (i.e., EEG ac
Human Systems                      Develop technology concepts for an innovative patient litter system usable in military transpo
Information Systems                Develop new architecture methodology constructs for information technology systems to pro
Information Systems, Battlespace Improve situational awareness by analyzing complex multidimensional relationships among
Air Platform, Information Systems Develop a model that maps computationally intensive problems, broken down into their com
Air Platform, Information Systems Develop innovative solutions to secure routing protocols within dynamic, ad hoc groups for a
Air Platform, Information Systems Design and develop protocols for providing Integrated Services-model (IntServ) Quality of S
Information Systems                Investigate, develop and demonstrate methods to support metadata and information tagging
Information Systems                Provide a technical and governance framework to make the design and versioning of Servic
Information Systems                Achieve survivability through automatic IT infrastructure discovery, trending and automated
Information Systems                Automate vulnerability scanning of network nodes and analyze the impact these vulnerabiliti
Information Systems                Research and develop technology for high-accuracy consolidation of entity information, extr
Information Systems                The objective of this effort is to define, develop, and demonstrate innovative approaches to
Information Systems                Develop a system that passively models an individual‘s behavior to determine the relative im
                                   This
Information Systems, Human Systems program seeks biomolecular taggant technology to covertly mark, detect or track objec
Materials/Processes, Weapons       To develop and demonstrate conformal coating technology that provides broad band electro
Materials/Processes                 Establish innovative manufacturing techniques to enhance the temperature capability and e
Materials/Processes                Develop and demonstrate conductive deformable materials to enable morphing unmanned a
Materials/Processes                Develop and demonstrate the capability to transmit bearing sensor data for real time monito
Materials/Processes                Develop and demonstrate advanced ultra-lightweight hybrid/composite mirrors (ULHCMs; w
Materials/Processes                Develop materials that enable highly efficient and compact detectors of coherent electromag
Materials/Processes                Design and build a high-definition, low-light-level detector.
Materials/Processes                To develop affordable, long-life, high-energy density storage devices for solar power genera
Materials/Processes                Demonstrate new nano-tailored carbon-fiber forms suitable for eventual incorporation into c
Materials/Processes                Develop integrated TES technologies with goals of 1000 kJ/kg at 20 to 70°C and 180 MJ/m^
Materials/Processes                Develop and demonstrate a system for remote monitoring of the presence and behavior of f
                                   Significantly improve
Air Platform, Information Systems, Materials/Processes the capability of engine controls and aerospace electronics to remove
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Develop innovative methods to cool an aircraft FADEC to make it independent of the fuel co
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Develop characterization and scaling methodologies for aircraft advanced HEXs and corres
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Develop an economically viable test methodology to generate known thermal gradients in th
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Develop methods to accurately measure full-field temperatures and strains associated with
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Develop spall propagation-resistant turbine engine mainshaft bearings to provide increased
Air Platform, Materials/Processes To provide a conjugate heat transfer analysis capability that is suitable for use within the des
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Develop robust models that can accurately predict acoustic damping over a wide range of a
Air Platform, Materials/Processes To improve heat exchanger applications, including return fuel-to-air heat exchangers throug
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Develop real-time, on-engine thermal sensing of static and rotating turbomachinery
                                   Develop
Air Platform, Space Platforms, Weapons technologies that improve high-speed (>Mach 4), air-breathing propulsion and exte
                                   Develop optical
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Space Platformsspectroscopic techniques for quantitative in-situ temperature and concentra
Materials/Processes, Space PlatformsDevelop and demonstrate methods for improving the accuracy and computational turnaroun
                                    Develop
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes material processing/fabrication techniques for long-length bundled carbon nanotub
Sensors, Electronics                Identify and develop techniques to produce a high number (100+) of orthogonal waveforms
Sensors, Electronics                Develop/demonstrate a low cost, dual-polarized, high-frequency (HF), phased array antenna
Information Systems                 Demonstrate new technologies to reduce the size, cost, and power of tunable filters for co-s
Information Systems                 Develop an aerodynamic, wideband, low-profile antenna to enable flexible use of JTRS for a
                                    Develop advanced techniques to perform ground based radar space surveillance and tracki
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
                                    Develop, implement, test, and analyze image processing and exploitation techniques for spa
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
                                    Research, develop, and provide real-time implementations of exploitation algorithms for det
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
Sensors, Electronics                Utilize algorithms to dynamically derive potentially effective jamming waveforms and improv
Sensors, Electronics                Develop real-time nonlinear signal processing (NLSP) techniques to enhance the performan
                                    Research
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics the applicability of new materials and design techniques to develop small and/or d
                                    Develop/demonstrate novel, cost-effective DBF concepts for application to large multi-beam
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
                                    Design,
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics develop, fabricate, and test a low-power multi channel RFASIC that will enable the i
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics Develop new concepts for compact lightweight optics for monitoring broad areas from small
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics Develop an automatic target recognition (ATR) algorithm suite for EO technologies to exploi
Information Systems                 Develop innovative security solutions extending to the end-nodes of collaborative sensor ne
Sensors, Electronics                Develop and demonstrate key technological enablers for effective layered sensing to optima
Sensors, Electronics                Develop and demonstrate an innovative approach for dynamically configuring an array anten
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics Anticipation of target behavior will impact the ability to manage resources, detect anomalous
Sensors, Electronics, Human Systems Research and develop integrated perceptual sensing technologies that help focus Comman
Sensors, Electronics                This effort will develop performance-driven collaborative system control algorithms for explo
                                    Develop
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics new nanoscale polarization structures that support passive spectral and polarizatio
                                    Investigate methods for detecting, identifying, and tracking objects coated with bio-taggant m
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics, Human Systems
Air Platform, Weapons               Investigate the effect of unsteady aerodynamic loading on store separation trajectories and
Air Platform, Weapons               Develop lightweight acoustic suppression options for modern, nonrectangular weapons bays
Air Platform, Space Platforms       Develop and demonstrate an innovative, weight-efficient structural wing design concept for a
Air Platform, Weapons               Develop an autonomous control technology solution for unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) term
Air Platform, Ground/Sea Vehicles Develop flight-suitable enabling technologies for non-fixed-wing micro air vehicles (MAVs).
Air Platform                        Develop rapid design/analysis/testing methods for hypersonic inlet/exhaust systems (Mach 4
Information Systems, Battlespace Develop innovative algorithms to pre-process optical spectral imagery for processing and ex
                                    Develop a Radiation Hardened By Design integrated circuit technology with performance an
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
Materials/Processes, Space PlatformsDevelop innovative solar cell coverglass bonding technologies and/or materials with increas
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Space PlatformsDevelop a lithium ion battery terminal seal that is corrosion-resistant and capable of twenty y
                                    Development of a space-qualified Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (SDRAM
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Space PlatformsDevelop and demonstrate radiation-hard thin flexible single-crystal multijunction space solar
Sensors, Space Platforms            Develop innovative electronics components and systems that exploit extended planar (2.5-D
Electronics, Space Platforms        Develop ultra-low-power, robust electronics that exploit aggressive power reduction and asy
Materials/Processes, Space PlatformsDevelop deployable reflector technologies (up to Ka band) that are lower cost and quicker to
Space Platforms                     Develop satellite structures or coatings with engineered or variable electromagnetic properti
Battlespace, Space Platforms        Develop small low power instruments for small and micro satellites.
Materials/Processes                 Develop inventory flow tools based on low volume production processes to meet requiremen
Materials/Processes                 Reduce material waste streams, decrease processing time, and maintenance required for fl
Materials/Processes                 Reduce or replace SF6 gas with an alternate material that produces the same or better resu
Materials/Processes                 To develop logistics management concepts and tools to provide informed management dec
Materials/Processes                 Develop the ability to remotely sense Aircraft Frame problems particularly in hard to reach a
Materials/Processes, Sensors        Develop and Demonstrate a low cost, durable, portable (handheld desired) RT climatic/envi
Information Systems, Human Systems  Develop compact immersive display components for future deployable training systems for
Materials/Processes                 Develop a low-cost structural radome material with excellent hydrophobic properties, high tr
Space Platforms                      Develop a dynamic positioning hardware capable of high speeds without freezing in the cry
                                    Develop a force
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics, Space Platformsand moment measurement system for wind tunnel article/models.
                                    Develop a
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics, Weapons system to measure jet interaction in continuous-flow wind tunnel environments.
                                    Develop
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics a fiber-based Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy System.
                                    Develop
Information Systems, Materials/Processes advanced signal processing techniques to perform facility vibration analyses.
                                    Develop
Information Systems, Materials/Processes a secure communication system for plant operations.
Materials/Processes, Sensors        Develop a multi-spectral image projection device that can operate from +50°C to -35°C at a
                                    Develop a hand-held, field portable, low cost rapid response sensor to quantitatively measur
Materials/Processes, Biomedical, Human Systems
                                    Develop
Information Systems, Materials/Processes and demonstrate metadata structures and tools to support the complete test and e
Materials/Processes                 Develop a portable biofuel reactor for production of high grade alternate liquid and/or gaseo
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Improve the efficiency and safety of planning and conducting flutter envelope expansion tes
                                    Develop
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors, Electronics a Wireless Brake and Tire Monitoring Device for use on manned and unmanned ai
Air Platform, Weapons               Research and develop an updating thermal model for aircraft simulations where previous flu
                                    The overall objective of this effort is to develop innovative sensor materials solutions to impr
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Space Platforms
                                    Develop advanced space power management and storage for MDA satellite applications.
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Electronics, Space Platforms
Sensors, Space Platforms             Develop (design, fabricate, test) useful, high-performance, radiation-hardened analog-to-d
                                    Improve jitter, mass, and/or power performance for electro-optical (EO) space payloads by
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Space Platforms, Weapons
                                     Devise an innovative means to reduce the manhours/cost required to modernize Ada appli
Information Systems, Sensors, Space Platforms, Weapons
Space Platforms, Weapons             Develop low cost electro-optical calibration test objects compatible with sounding rockets o
                                     Develop innovative concepts and thermal control architectures for cooling laser diodes and
Air Platform, Sensors, Space Platforms
                                     Develop and test miniaturized, lightweight, space qualified components. Special emphasis
Air Platform, Sensors, Space Platforms
Air Platform, Weapons               Develop and demonstrate advanced solid/liquid interceptor propulsion components and sys
                                     Design,
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics, Weaponsdevelop, and demonstrate highly-integrated, compact, high-performance, lightweig
                                     Develop technology for an interceptor Kill Vehicle (KV) that integrates disparate componen
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms, Weapons
                                     The
Information Systems, Sensors, Weaponsevolution of advanced threats, and the development of ballistic missile defenses to ke
                                    The objective of this research and development effort is to encourage the genesis of innova
Information Systems, Sensors, Weapons
                                     The overall objective of this effort is to investigate and/or validate the capability of MDA act
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics, Weapons
                                     Design, develop and demonstrate highly integrated, compact, high performance, lightweigh
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms, Weapons
Battlespace, Weapons                 Develop techniques to measure and/or predict aerodynamic drag and lift characteristics fo
                                    Develop and demonstrate Earthshine
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Battlespace, Space Platforms and Skyshine ultraviolet, visible, and infrared comput
                                     The
Information Systems, Space Platforms ballistic missile defense system requires sensors to detect and track threat missile fro
Information Systems, Battlespace Develop techniques and tools for high-fidelity, first-principle, physics-based modeling of da
Information Systems, Weapons         This SBIR topic calls for improvements in two critical lethality-modeling and code developm
Information Systems, Space Platforms Propulsion systems may perform a variety of maneuvers during the ascent phase of flight t
Materials/Processes, Weapons        Enhance the performance and/or producibility of missile body structures, components and t
                                    MDA is Space to improve the quality,
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes,seekingPlatforms, Weapons reliability and producibility of batteries and related po
Materials/Processes, Weapons         The Manufacturing and Producibility (DEP) Directorate of the Missile Defense Agency (MD
Materials/Processes, Sensors, WeaponsDevelop and demonstrate innovative manufacturing technologies, test/inspection procedur
                                     Identify
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics and develop innovative manufacturing, packaging, integration, and processing tech
Materials/Processes                  The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) and other military services are seeking to mitigate issu
                                     Develop
Information Systems, Materials/Processes and implement production enhancements for Anti-Tamper (AT) technology for the
                                    This topic seeks to apply innovative discrimination concepts to the fusion of sensor (feature
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics
                                     This topic seeks to develop innovative clutter suppression concepts and approaches which
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics
                                    This
Information Systems, Sensors, Weaponstopic seeks to develop advanced, innovative models of the offense and defense in a b
                                    Research and develop innovative concepts which will significantly improve current performa
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
                                    Develop advanced algorithms and software to forecast infrared (IR) satellite imagery for rea
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
                                    Develop and demonstrate low cost, manufacturable, chip-level thermal management solutio
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
Sensors, Electronics, Space PlatformsIdentify, develop, and demonstrate novel or innovative advances in anti-jamming and elect
                                    Develop,
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics demonstrate and test Advanced Interconnection Technologies which significantly
                                     Identify, develop, and
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Battlespace demonstrate novel or innovative advances in distributed aperture alg
                                    Demonstrate robust photonic RF interconnections and components that will enable improve
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
Information Systems                 Develop and demonstrate innovative solutions to the problem of distributed security manag
                                    Develop
Information Systems, Materials/Processes and demonstrate innovative solutions to the problem of validating secure state and
Information Systems                 The computing networks of Ballistics Missile Defense Systems (BMDS) are an important ta
Information Systems                 Develop and demonstrate innovative solutions to the problem of enforcing and implementin
                                    Develop and implement
Information Systems, Materials/Processes, Space Platformsnew innovative anti-tamper (AT) volume protection technology for t
                                    Investigate techniques for weapons type
Information Systems, Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics, Weapons assessment using airborne debris data from multip
                                    To Human Systems, innovative,
Information Systems, Space Platforms,develop advanced,Weapons robust, real-time interceptor to target assignment algorith
                                    Develop advanced, innovative, robust, real-time algorithms and software for the integration
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms
                                    Develop and
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms, Weaponsdemonstrate an insensitive munitions (IM) solutions for a large diameter (12 in
                                    Develop and
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms, Weaponsdemonstrate a liquid hypergolic propulsion (LHP) system for missiles that can
                                    Using a component level or system level approach, develop novel and innovative insensitiv
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms, Weapons
Air Platform, Sensors, Weapons      Improve Airborne Laser (ABL) Chemical Oxygen Iodine Laser (COIL) power, efficiency, pre
Materials/Processes, Weapons        Determine hemispherical reflectance during high power laser engagements in a laboratory
                                    Develop and demonstrate innovative,
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Sensors, Space Platforms, Weapons revolutionary approaches to improve fiber optic gyro (
                                     Improve the method
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Sensors, Weapons by which the Airborne Laser (ABL) Program can obtain very high purit
Information Systems, Electronics     Design, develop algorithms, simulate, implement, and test GPS receiver software algorithm
Information Systems, Electronics     Design, develop algorithms, simulate, implement, and test GPS with alternative sensor tec
                                   Develop Battlespace, Human Systems
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, materials capable of having durability and comfort that is equal to or exceeding the
                                   Develop Electronics
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, a reconfigurable kit of power options to optimize energy usage for a Marine Corps D
Materials/Processes, Weapons       Research, design, build, and test a suppressed barrel that contains an integral sound suppr
Sensors, Electronics, Weapons      Provide the individual Marine Infantryman with air bursting munitions to enhance his battlefie
                                   Develop Human Systems
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, techniques to reduce engine cooling system noise levels to mitigate the potentially
                                   The Marine Corps needs
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Human Systems a capability to detect a potential sniper at a distance before they sh
                                   To produce a one
Materials/Processes, Biomedical, Human Systems for one bleach replacement (to allow use of standard mixing tables) in on
                                   Using existing and future HF band antenna technology, develop a light weight low volume H
Information Systems, Ground/Sea Vehicles
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Improve the reliability and safety and reduce the cost of high pressure, thin walled, hydraulic
                                   Develop
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Weaponsand demonstrate a nondestructive inspection (NDI) system that provides quantitativ
Materials/Processes, Sensors       Develop a miniature corrosion sensor hub that can be used to monitor difficult-to-access air
                                   OBJECTIVE: Develop a cost-effective nondestructive evaluation (NDE) system to facilitate
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Weapons
Materials/Processes                Develop a sensor suite to monitor all significant environmental parameters that influence co
                                   Develop innovative technology that can stabilize/control the motion of an aerial refueling (AR
Air Platform, Sensors, Space Platforms
Air Platform, Weapons              Define new approaches to the design and performance analysis of nozzle components that
Materials/Processes                Develop a portable corrosion detector that can be used to inspect aircraft structure with com
                                    Sensors
Air Platform, Ground/Sea Vehicles,OBJECTIVE: Develop robust intelligent sensor technology for sensing temperature and pre
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Develop laser surface textured gears and bearings for improved wear resistance and fatigue
Air Platform, Materials/Processes Develop micromechanical tools to support innovative nondestructive evaluation (NDE) techn
                                   Develop
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes a miniature vibro-mechanical energy scavenging device to power remote corrosion
Air Platform, Electronics, WeaponsOBJECTIVE: Develop a "smart" electrically powered actuator with integral control electronic
                                   Develop
Information Systems, Materials/Processes a surface mounted, wideband (L-band to Ku-band) tunable communications antenn
Air Platform, Sensors, Weapons Create techniques for grinding, polishing, and measuring conformal shapes such as a toroid
                                   Produce
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Weapons a polished, optically figured, ogive-shape, infrared-transmitting dome made of alum
                                   Identify and/or develop ionic liquids that are liquid from -75 C to at least +100 C for use as e
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Weapons
Materials/Processes, Electronics Develop electrically small antennas and arrays using the unique properites of newly discove
Information Systems                Develop an approach and its algorithms that support the creation of a software solution used
                                   The objective of this task is to develop the ability to monolithically fabricate semiconductor c
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics
                                   Design Sensors, Battlespace
Information Systems, Materials/Processes,and build a system that materially improves the rate at which RF-based geolocations
                                   Define approaches for
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Battlespace a networked system to provide Precise Positioning System (PPS) ge
                                   This topic
Information Systems, Sensors, Battlespace is focused on the single problem of obtaining, storing, and utilizing acoustic bottom
                                   To develop Lithium Niobate (LiNbO3) based electro-optic (EO) modulators with improved m
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics
Sensors, Space Platforms           To develop a small, lightweight, cost effective, UHF SATCOM diplexer for use in a 3-inch di
                                   To Platforms
Information Systems, Sensors, Space develop an Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Reuse Planning Tool software product to help m
                                   The objective of this
Air Platform, Information Systems, Ground/Sea Vehicleswork is the development of advanced prototype tools to be used for the
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors       To develop a stat-of-the-art low noise amplifier (LNA) assembly suitable for shipboard anten
                                   Investigate and
Information Systems, Sensors, Space Platforms develop algorithms and simulation techniques that reduce the variations cur
                                   To improve the representation of human decision making in constructive campaign-level wa
Information Systems, Battlespace, Human Systems
Electronics                        The goal of this SBIR initiative is to provide a high voltage switch having the following charac
                                   Develop technology for the software implementation of a military GPS embeddable solution
Information Systems, Electronics, Battlespace
                                   To develop a new
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Space Platforms class of bonding agents for high energy propellants that improve aging, in
Materials/Processes                Develop and demonstrate an innovative Non-Destructive Test (NDT) capability using the lat
                                   Using Bus Pipe Technologies for power transmission for Future Naval construction will perm
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Electronics
                                   Develop and implement innovative technologies that can provide a low-cost, onboard capab
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors, Battlespace, Weapons
Sensors, Battlespace, Weapons Identify and develop low-cost technologies and concepts that can provide the ability for quic
Ground/Sea Vehicles                Reliable at sea fueling of Unmanned Surface Vehicles with minimal risk to personnel, enviro
Ground/Sea Vehicles                To reduce the motion of Unmanned Surface Vehicles during recovery to increase the proba
Electronics, Weapons               Development of a solid state waste heat recovery system which can dissipate 300-1000 W/c
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Human Systems Develop and demonstrate a modular wastewater treatment system to supplement Littoral C
Ground/Sea Vehicles                Develop and demonstrate a watercraft recovery control system to control, monitor and mana
                                    Sensors
Air Platform, Ground/Sea Vehicles,Develop an autonomous asymmetric air threat identification system that will allow surface co
Ground/Sea Vehicles                Develop and demonstrate a system suite to detect and dissuade interference with deployed
Materials/Processes                Develop and implement innovative technologies that will reduce post welding distortion by re
                                   For FY 08-13, PMS404 will spend and average of $1,244K per year to operate/maintain the
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Weapons
                                   OBJECTIVE: Develop innovative signal processing techniques making use of high resolutio
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics
                                   Develop, demonstrate, and deliver a laboratory brassboard laser with suitable energy, pulse
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors, Electronics, Weapons
Sensors                            Develop and demonstrate a single-line passive fiber optic vector sensor towed array that su
Description
Adaptive optics systems can be very effective for compensating low to moderate atmospheric turbulence levels where the inten
Eventual deployment of high power solid state lasers will require compact, lightweight and environmentally friendly cooling syste
A high power terahertz (THz) device, operating in sub-millimeter wavelengths, offers the possibility of high resolution imaging o
The DoD requires very effective high power microwave (HPM) sources in order to carry out their counter electronics missions.
Over the years of development of high energy lasers, system engineers have gravitated toward handling the generation of the l
Compact, reliable solid state pulsed power switches can be an enabling technology for many Air Force applications such as rad
Improved methods for the remote detection of concealed high explosives are of critical importance to the military for application
In today's net centric warfighting environment, personnel in Air Operations Centers (AOCs) have access to an abundance of inf
Immersive simulation environments may be used to support personnel learning, training, and aiding functions. Visual and audito
The terahertz range of the electromagnetic spectrum lies between the infrared and radiofrequency regions of the spectrum. Re
The increased tempo of military operations, reduced manning and round the clock operations puts high levels of stress on Air F
The current patient litter is a canvass sheet 22 by 72 inches secured on poles. It is too narrow for many patients and cumberso
Object orientated architectures are based on the interactions of objects which have clearly defined responsibilities. This is estab
Weather can adversely impact military operations. Relating the state of the atmosphere, operational thresholds, and operationa
Multi-core processors represent the next generation of processors. Companies such as IBM, AMD, Intel, NVIDIA and ATI are in
Military entities define the concept of the Airborne Network (AN) as the sum total of all capabilities required for conducting airbo
The Department of Defense (DoD) is engaged in initial efforts to develop and IP-based airborne network which interconnects m
Web services are becoming a common mechanism to establish interoperability between systems and applications requiring da
A Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a collection of services that communicate with each other. A greater knowledge in des
Existing Continuity of Operations/Service-Oriented Architectures (COOPs/SOAs) solutions are complex, inflexible and costly as
The number of known vulnerabilities found in common operating systems, network appliances and applications on our heteroge
The goal of this effort is to research and develop innovative technology enabling high accuracy consolidation of entity informatio
Insiders pose an especially serious threat to AF cyber systems. By their nature, insiders are trusted to some degree, and thus m
More programs, such as effects-based operations and mission-driven network management, are becoming focused on leverag
This technology utilizes biological media such as synthetic DNA or proteins to provide complex, molecular scale detectors to co
With the emergence of readily available high power microwave (HPM) technology, the need for immunity from these systems is
Today's most advanced propulsion systems are enabled by materials that can survive for significant periods of time at high tem
Morphing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have the potential to significantly enhance the capability of multi-element missions
Roller bearings are a critical component for engine rotor rotation as well as the lift fan and rotorcraft drivetrains. One of the lead
The DoD requires visible quality mirrors for applications including transformation communication systems, directed energy wea
The THz portion of the frequency spectrum (0.1 to 30 THz) has attracted interest for various potential applications such as seei
Most Air Force reconnaissance and targeting systems contain color or black/white charge coupled devices (CCDs) for daytime
The Air Force has a requirement to store energy generated from photovoltaic sources for autonomous portable ground power a
Composites provide highly effective, multifunctional performance and are utilized on most current satellite systems. Future syst
Cyclically and intermittently powered thermal systems are candidates for TES and transport technologies where the average th
Metal and metal oxide nanoparticles exhibit specific opto-electronic and physical properties that can be exploited for environme
Aerospace engine controls and electronic systems are designed to operate with wide environmental temperature excursions, fr
The FADEC is a critical system in which the thermal management system determines a maximum allowable fuel temperature t
Current and future advanced high-performance aircraft are experiencing higher heat loads over legacy systems that are driving
Thermomechanical fatigue (TMF) is a leading failure mode for the hot-section components of modern gas turbine engines. To
TMF is a leading failure mode for the hot-section components of modern gas turbine engines. To improve the safety, reliability
Turbine engine mainshaft bearing loads continue to increase as engine flowpath components become more efficient and engin
For future gas turbines, it is desirable both to increase performance and to reduce operating costs. While turbine performance
Combustion instability, or screech, occurs in the afterburner of high-performance gas turbine engines. Screech is due to the co
Advanced aircraft engines such as those used on tactical platforms use several types of heat exchangers to transfer heat energ
High cycle temperatures are driving engine designers toward the application of more advanced thermal protection systems. At
Hydrocarbon fueled supersonic combustion ramjets (scramjets) are expected to operate at conditions above Mach 4. Most rece
The demand for high-performance combustors--as stand-alone power plants and as part of combined cycles incorporating gas
The Air Force Research Laboratory's Robust Scramjet program goals are to improve the operating characteristics of hydrocarb
CNTs have recently been demonstrated to possess a variety of potentially useful mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties
MIMO radar technology is based on the transmission of orthogonal waveforms from each element or subarray. These transmit
The OTHR can provide wide area surveillance both in theater and within the continental United States (CONUS); thus, it can b
The Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) requires high-performance tunable filters for co-site mitigation and channel selection.
The Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) operates over a frequency band from 2 to 2000 megahertz. The purpose of this effort
The Space Control Joint Capabilities Document (JCD) defines the warfighter‘s need for space situational awareness (SSA) in th
The production of high quality 3-D imagery is a critical need for future surveillance applications. Such imagery will be useful for
The Air Force is developing a novel persistent, staring mode radar that will enable detection, identification, and long-duration tra
Continuous developments in radar technology have improved detection capabilities as well as electronic counter-countermeasu
Modern radar and digital communication receive systems require ever increasing requirements for additional bandwidth while s
Due to severe space limitations, GPS multi-element adaptive arrays need to be reduced in size for many military systems such
Compared to analog beamforming, DBF for receive beams offers Rx [1] significant improvement in adaptive pattern control for
The size, cost, and power required for RF circuitry to support anti jam processing have generally been too large for practical, co
To effectively operate in urban areas, the military must be able to achieve and maintain persistent awareness of suspicious act
Recent advancements in the use of visible and EO sensors employed for the purpose of supporting the intelligence, surveillanc
The commercial and defense sectors are increasingly using sensor webs and sensor grids for daily operations. Within the defe
Over the last several decades, the U.S. military has developed a wide variety of new sensor and platform types along with muc
Conduct research to define, develop, and demonstrate a dynamically alterable array subaperture architecture. This effort will in
Anticipation of target behavior will have enormous impact on the Air Force‘s ability to manage sensor and other resources, dete
The evolution of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) technologies and their integration into network centric op
Past and current adversaries have conceded open-field force-on-force dominance to U.S. military forces. This dominance is lar
The performance and operational feasibility of passive spectral and polarimetric imaging sensors in the thermal infrared (nomin
In support of a range of defense and homeland security missions, the Air Force is investigating the use of specialized taggant m
Trends in modern weapon design (both powered and nonpowered) have pushed stores toward neutral aerodynamic stability, to
Transonic/supersonic fighter-bombers which utilize open cavities to dispense weapons are subject to cavity acoustic resonance
In this effort, unconventional and innovative design concepts are sought that would be applicable for the next-generation mobili
The Air Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/VA) is currently interested in autonomous control technologies that will enable fixed-wing un
The ultimate promise and practical significance of MAVs rests on the twin pillars of robustness of the vehicle and usefulness of
(Military) Air Force interest in operationally responsive space access and prompt global strike capabilities has driven a need for
The Spectral Surveillance Technologies Section of the Air Force Research Laboratory's Battlespace Surveillance Innovation Ce
Microelectronic components used on satellites are exposed to radiation effects, which threaten mission performance and durat
The End-of-Life (EOL) performance of space power solar arrays could be improved with the use of innovative coverglass adhes
Battery terminal seals are one of the life limiting components that will ultimately limit the service life of lithium ion batteries. Lithi
Radiation hardened memory will be used extensively in future communications satellites for data storage and processing. Curre
Virtually all DoD spacecraft rely on arrays of multijunction solar cells for generation of electrical power. The mass and stowed v
It is well known that the transistor count per area doubles every 18 months on an integrated circuit chip, a trend referred to as ―
The trend in electronics at the component and system level is for ever more increasing density. As electronics devices get sma
Contemporary space deployed RF reflector antennas typically employ shaped mesh surfaces to focus RF energy. These archit
As current satellites achieve ever increasing performance, structural materials must also improve to enable further advanceme
Small dedicated mission satellites are increasingly seen as viable low cost alternatives to large expensive multi-mission platform
To complete an aircraft repair, components are needed from many different sources. Piece parts, repaired parts, purchased ne
Conversion to water washable penetrants and use of dry powder developers shows promise to improve performance while sign
Sulfur Hexafluride (SF6) is the electric power industry‘s presently preferred gaseous dielectric (besides air) and is present in air
While much research has been conducted on the planning and scheduling of processes, there are gaps in the research associa
Aluminum alloys that contain appreciable amounts of soluble alloying elements, primarily copper, magnesium, silicon, and zinc,
The objective of this SBIR is to research, develop, and demonstrate solutions for a Human mobile device that integrates digital
Future training systems will need to meet requirements for modularity, transportability, assembly, and operations to support trai
Research for this topic should yield superior hydrophobic radome materials that also will not delaminate. The ideal radome des
Develop dynamic positioning hardware capable of high speeds without mechanically locking up or freezing in the cryovacuum e
Measurements of vehicle/test article component loads and control-surface loads are required during testing to provide vital info
The Air Force has a need to measure short-duration forces and moments generated by impulse control devices, e.g., transient
The propulsion community has a need for non-intrusive measurements of gas species concentrations and gas temperature in h
Recent advances in high speed signal processing techniques have allowed researchers to identify anomalous frequencies in th
A secure communications network is sought for use in a plant environment. The system shall consist of a set of small, wearab
The goal of this topic is to develop a multi-spectral projection system that can operate at background temperatures seen in the
The Environmental Protection Agency‘s (EPA) Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection By-Products (DPB) Rule that goes into ef
The Test & Evaluation (T&E) of military vehicles encompasses a wide variety of data and utilizes myriad systems to generate, s
The Main Base Landfill at Edwards Air Force Base will reach full capacity by no later than 2017. Many other landfills across the
Currently, predictive flutter analysis methods are inadequate for direct applications to manufactured aircraft due to discrepancie
The goal of this effort is to develop a handheld wireless brake and tire monitoring device that reduces safety risks and improves
The foremost characteristic of hypersonic aerodynamics is considered to be the thermal effects of the flow caused by aerodyna
The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is interested in technology developments in support of advanced strategic sensors. MDA
  The Spacecraft Electrical Power Subsystem (EPS) performs a critical role for on-orbit operations by providing electrical power
  The signal processing requirements of space based sensor and avionic systems are constantly increasing to meet the threats
  Next generation missile midcourse detection infrared sensing technologies and on-board cryogenic cooling needs will require
  The Department of Defense has over the years developed a portfolio of many legacy software systems that represent an inve
   The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has a requirement for low cost test and calibration targets for a variety of electro optical
  With ever-growing demand for secure communication bandwidth, laser communication or lasercom is of increasing interest to
  Proposed MDA systems, such as the Space Tracking and Surveillance System (STSS), require extremely high-resolution Line
Advanced solid and liquid propellants that provide improved performance and reduced environmental impacts compared to trad
  This topic focuses on the gyros, accelerometers, IRU, IMU, associated electronics, and GPS augmentation of the avionics sui
  The phrase ―Synergistic Structures‖ in this context refers to Structures with multiple functions (e.g., fuel tanks or batteries tha
GNC algorithms include interceptor and KV guidance algorithms (including estimators, guidance laws, and controllers) for kinet
  Avionics systems currently used in the BMDS interceptors are still too expensive, bulky, and heavy. They provide limited band
Current interceptor FPAs, analog-to-digital (A/D), D/A converters, memory, processors, and other avionics components need im
Key functions of a missile defense interceptor are to detect, track, discriminate, and engage threat objects. Those functions rely
Missile defense intercepts produce a wide variety of irregularly-shaped debris fragments. Methods are required to model traject
  MDA seeks accurate, robust, and fast first-principles computer models of earthshine and skyshine radiation for the ultraviolet,
  Current missile aerothermal heating methods embedded in codes such as ATAP and OSC have been around for many years
A limited number of missile defense intercept tests have been performed relative to the large matrix of potential interceptors, ta
  Success of the BMDS program is based on kinetic hit-to-kill intercept of incoming threats carrying nuclear, explosive, or chem
  Maneuver examples include flying at angle-of-attack (thrust vector not aligned with the threat velocity vector) using single-nozz
  MDA is seeking high-performance materials and process technologies for enhancement of current and block upgraded missile
Many battery and power source products made for missile defense applications are manufactured in very low volumes. Enhanc
  MDA propulsion systems exhibit stringent performance requirements while simultaneously exposing materials to severe opera
  MDA/military system reliability is more important than ever. Acquisition programs must deal with lower budgets, shorter inserti
  MDA is seeking innovative technologies to develop materials, components, and interfaces that can be inserted into sensors, s
  In the last three years, the European market driven movement to use lead-free surface finishes on electronic components has
  The MDA Director has issued a directive necessitating the protection of critical program information from unintentional transfe
The Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) performance is heavily dependent upon data from dispersed and disparate radar
  The Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) performance is heavily dependent upon data from dispersed and disparate rada
As the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) evolves to incorporate new and enhanced sensors and weapon systems to co
  Future ballistic missile defense face complex countermeasures, such as multiple targets mixed with decoys, balloons and can
The need to monitor the activities of nations hostile to the US requires the routine availability of ground imagery to detect and re
  Wide bandgap semiconductors, namely GaN, have expanded the scope of device applications beyond those of silicon and ga
  The BMDS radar threats envisioned for the near- and far-term are a challenging mixture of electromagnetic threats that includ
: MDA and military systems with limited or decreasing budgets are being required to increase system performance of existing s
The BMDS radar threats envisioned for the mid-and far-term are a challenging mixture of electromagnetic threats. We are see
  Photonic interconnections and components are typically packaged for commercial applications and in general they are not pac
The BMDS consists of numerous heterogeneous components, many of which are IA enabled. It is critical for the security state
The BMDS is aggressively pursuing a capability to perform concurrent test, training, and operations. The goal for Concurrent Te
Research is required into the preservation of the security policy within a system, subsystem and application layers in complex s
  The Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) continues to implement newer technologies, such as VoIP. This has obviated th
The MDA Director has issued a directive necessitating the protection of critical program information from unintentional transfer
This topic develops techniques, features, and measurements to evaluate the multi-spectral phenomenology associated with int
With the addition of emerging weapon systems, to include boost intercept capability (airborne laser or kinetic interceptor), upgra
The Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) employs optical and radar sensors in the detection, tracking, and identification of
Federal law requires all munitions to be as IM compliant as is practicable. An IM compliant munition passes each of the six IM t
  The state-of-the-art for (LHP) systems has improved considerably over the years. Currently, there exist liquid propellant moto
Federal law requires all new and previously-developed munitions to be born or become IM compliant. Currently available IM so
The ABL COIL creates a lasing medium by producing Singlet Delta Oxygen (SDO) which in-turn dissociates an Iodine molecule
The ABL lethality program has been tasked with determining the vulnerability of boosting missile against a laser weapons syste
  Proposed MDA systems, such as Airborne Laser (ABL) require extremely high-resolution Line of Sight (LOS) stabilization and
The ABL Chemical Oxygen Iodine Laser (COIL) creates a lasing medium by producing Singlet Delta Oxygen (SDO) which in-tu
  Many military users need to operate in areas where GPS signal reception is impeded by building walls, dense foliage and urba
  GPS User Equipment (UE) has been successfully integrated with Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) / Inertial Measurement Un
Development of a lighter weight, more comfortable and durable clothing ensemble with FR (flame-resistant) properties. Current
The United States Marine Corps has begun employing an operational concept entitled Distributed Operations. Using dispersed
The Marine Corps‘ use of suppressed weapons is becoming more important every day. Current technology mandates that the
The Marine Corps is interested in a new generation of 40mm low/medium velocity munitions and the corresponding fire control
The Marine Corps Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) is capable of high speed operations on land and sea. The primary engi
This topic seeks technology that will provide a capability to detect a potential sniper at a distance. The technology needs to wor
Intended to replace sodium hydrochloride solution (Bleach) in the use of processing fresh fruits and vegetables, water purificati
The Marine Corps EFV is a 76,000 pound armored and tracked troop and command vehicle designed to operate over harsh ter
High pressure (5000 psi) thin walled, hydraulic tubing is being used in new Navy fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft. Although it
Extensive measurements of surface residual stress (RS) have been performed during recent years confirming that surface RS
Naval aircraft operate in a severely corrosive environment. Corrosion costs are the Navy‘s top aircraft maintenance expense.
  New developments in gas turbine engines are driving the requirements of current bearing technology to its design limits in term
Naval aircraft operate in a severely corrosive environment. Corrosion costs are the Navy‘s top aircraft maintenance expense.
Stabilized drogues will be a critical component to future automated probe and drogue refueling systems, including refueling with
New innovative approaches are sought to design and engineer nozzle components that attenuate the exhaust jet noise of the lo
Naval aircraft operate in a severely corrosive environment. Corrosion costs are the Navy‘s top aircraft maintenance expense.
  Implementation of intelligent propulsion concepts requires advancements in the area of robust control synthesis techniques an
Recent progress in laser surface texturing using ultraviolet(UV) lasers opened new possibilities for surface topography modifica
The Joint Strike Fighter and other military systems are considering the use of organic and Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC‘s)
Naval aircraft operate in a severely corrosive environment. Corrosion costs are the Navy‘s top aircraft maintenance expense.
  Modern fighter aircraft have a number of utility actuators for doors and configuration change. Examples include landing gear,
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) must support a wide array of communications capabilities that require an ever increasing num
  Future air vehicles will benefit from sensor windows that conform to the shape of the airframe. Conformal shapes have the po
  Future high-speed missiles require aerodynamic infrared dome shapes that reduce drag and have greater ability to withstand
Electroactive polymers can be used to create charge storage devices, electrochromic devices, actuators, and sensors; these de
Meeting these demanding requirements will require research, development and application of cutting-edge technologies to dev
The JTRS family of radios is being deployed with waveform application software specifically developed to the SCA, which includ
Various DoD systems are starting to incorporate superconducting devices for sensing and/or manipulating electromagnetic field
Currently fielded COMINT T/FDOA geolocation systems (e.g. Navy HITS Geolocation System and National SSGS Processor) p
Unattended Ground Sensors are an important component of the Future Combat Systems (FCS). For example, Tactical-Unatte
Environmental awareness is a key factor in the optimal deployment of acoustic sensors. To exploit environmental awareness,
The design of external EO modulators requires consideration of many factors, including modulation efficiency, optical loss, mod
Conduct research into the feasibility of using innovative and novel materials and filter design techniques to enable a full-duplex
The U.S. Navy‘s UHF Follow-On (UFO) satellite constellation currently operates using a spatial separation of frequencies. Spa
Mobile wireless networks are employed as critical components of Navy network-centric C4ISR and combat systems. The robu
The LNA assembly will be an integrated package that contains a high power self-protect non-reflective limiter, a highly linear LN
The current LMSC modeling approach is based on recordings and a resultant channel algorithm developed and reported on by
Current traditional warfare assessment models have been criticized for their simplistic modeling of command and control behav
Electronic circuit components such as Field Effect Transistors (FET) have become capable of high speed switching while withs
Next-generation communications, sensors, and weapon systems, as well as consumer electronics, are increasingly implementi
Bonding agents are critically important components of solid rocket propellants which affect processing, mechanical properties,
Safety is a critical parameter when lifting heavy objects or ordnance. Stringent limits are set for the use of metal components in
Demonstrate that Bus Pipe Materials can be cost effectively manufactured and integrated into future Naval construction and ac
The new Maritime Strategy being developed for the United States includes a global fleet station (GFS) concept wherein small s
The ability to operate in certain littoral regions and blue-water environments is challenged by the proliferation of super cavitating
The Navy‘s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) is the centerpiece for using unmanned vehicles (UVs) for conducting mine warfare (MIW
Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs) will be launched and recovered from the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) and, potentially, othe
The Navy has committed to using an Integrated Power System (IPS) for future naval vessels. The insertion of IPS will distribute
The next generation of Navy combatants will utilize modular mission packages to provide focused mission capability and facilita
The next generation of Navy combatants will utilize modular mission packages to provide focused mission capability and facilita
Innovative sensor capabilities, coupled with innovative processing capabilities, are needed for automatic wide area search and
The next generation of Navy combatants will utilize modular mission packages to provide focused mission capability and facilita
The Navy's Program Executive Office for Ships is leveraging the National Research Program (NSRP) to effect change across t
The current torpedo buoyancy system is a hot gas system with many disadvantages. An alternative system, using new technolo
  The world-wide submarine threat has continued to expand as numerous countries upgrade submarine capability, and many co
Conventional high pulse energy vis/NIR lasers available today offer pulse durations in the range <20 ns (q-switched or mode lo
Current generation conventional accelerometers are non-optimal for many submarine sensor applications. Limitations include s
Phase 1
The proposer should select a deep atmospheric turbulence application and develop a prototype device for the Phase I effort. A
Design cryogenic LN diode cooling system and determine laser diode design parameters for LN operation.
Perform the survey of LSS materials and THz antenna technologies. Design and develop concepts for integrated LSS and THz
This phase will require innovative research on new high voltage, high Q repetive pulse generator technology. Design a prototyp
Components, techniques and/or architectures should be designed and modeled. Experimental demonstrations of key aspects
Examine device design and material utilization through modeling and simulation. Perform feasibility experiments of materials a
Investigate innovative approaches to achieving target intensity, repetition rate, and pulse width parameters. Deliver documented
Identify and evaluate user definable/user selectable strategies that demonstrate how data from databases, text, text chat, voice
Examine, compare, and document requirements on candidate tracker technologies. Define and document technical solution op
Determine the feasibility of designing a terahertz source that can generate 1 W, CW terahertz energy from 0.1 to 7 THz coupled
Identify and define salient psychophysiological measures, isolate critical performance measures, develop a task model, design
Propose design concepts to develop a light-weight modular litter assembly that can rapidly be secured within a variety of airfram
Develop a theoretical basis for effective methodology integration. Propose, as needed, new architecture constructs to accommo
Design revolutionary concept for relating highly dynamic complex multidimensional data to accomplish either 1) Continuous, rap
Investigate parameters that distinguish computationally intensive problems. Identify & investigate processor characteristics that
1) Develop alternative approaches to securing commonly used routing protocols (ex.BGP,OSPF) leveraging terrestrial techniqu
Investigate IntServ signaling protocol options suitable to a dynamic airborne network backbone. Present the pros and cons of v
Develop an approach for the design and development of a WISE Toolbox for the warfighter. The toolbox will be designed to all
Analyze the impact of design decision points such as extensibility versus versioning, additional WSDL operations, adding XML
Design a COOP/SOA architecture that achieves survivability through automatic geographic relocation and recovery of failed pro
Deliver and demonstrate an automated best-of-breed scanning capability to detect network nodes, vulnerabilities and interactio
Research and develop techniques for high-accuracy cross-document coreference resolution, and assess their feasibility. An un
Develop a prototype algorithm for detecting and countering insider threats to cyber systems. Design an implementing architectu
Phase I end products shall be: proof of concept prototype & demonstration showing the feasibility of meaningful, passively-deriv
Develop system design, plan for interface integration and identify key hurdles to development. Gather commercial market infor
Develop and demonstrate a conformal shielding material with an SE greater than 60dB over 100MHz to 10GHz. Materials shou
 Based on the candidate chemistries and processing route identified in the proposal for achieving a graded chemistry/microstru
Conceive and demonstrate a materials concept that can obtain a surface resistivity of less than 1 ohm per square, under revers
Develop the technology that will allow the transmission of temperature and vibration data from a bearing sensor operating at or
Fabricate a 4- to 6-inch diameter, space qualifiable, low authority mirror with an areal density below 5 kg/m2. Quantify the mate
The emphasis of the effort is to develop processing techniques for material(s) that enable significant improvement in the operat
Demonstrate the feasibility of a HD, low-light-level detector with improved performance compared to current state-of-the-art (SO
Investigate feasibility of new materials/methods/processes to design and build a breadboard prototype demonstrating the funda
Demonstrate feasibility of producing nano-tailored carbon fibers. Address process stability and scale up. Characterize structura
Develop a feasibility study for proposed innovation to include analysis, design, and experimental approach for TES concept dem
Demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed monitoring system. Identify the approach and assemble lab instrumentation to dem
Design a conceptual engine controller employing a hybrid approach using advanced device technology, temperature-tolerant c
Develop a model of a thermal management system that will be capable of acquiring and rejecting heat loads generated by the F
Develop characterization methodologies and scaling laws for advanced HEXs suitable for use in high performance aircraft. Inc
Determine the technical feasibility and detailed design of an economical test methodology to generate steep thermal gradients
Determine technical feasibility to accurately measure full-field temperature and strain in thin-walled specimens, simulative of tur
Research spall propagation mechanisms through literature review, bench top/subscale experimentation, and M&S. Develop co
Develop a conjugate heat transfer analysis capability and apply it to the design of a turbine component for experimental validati
Develop a detailed design of experiments methodology that identifies key parameters and hierarchy for damping model improv
Identify novel heat transfer materials and surface morphologies that enhance the performance of liquid fuel-to-air heat exchang
Demonstrate the technical feasibility of developing a high-speed, high-resolution thermal sensing system that will operate in the
Design innovative concepts and analyses on one or more critical path issues listed in the Description. Perform detailed numeric
Develop spectroscopic techniques for measuring temperature and species concentrations at elevated pressure. Evaluate the d
Develop and demonstrate methods for improving CFD simulation accuracy or utility for scramjet design and analysis. Quantify
Assess and develop enabling technology approaches for efficient fabrication of nanotubes exceeding current length and bundlin
Identify architectural design requirements for signal generation and matched filtering and develop simulations predicting the per
Investigate and analyze several dual-polarized element configurations suitable for operation from 6 to 28 MHz in a 2-D phased
Design/simulate tunable filters that are suitable for JTRS in terms of board size, RF performance, cost, mass, lifetime, and relia
Modeling and simulation are encouraged to guide the design of a wideband, low-profile antenna, which meets the desired techn
Conduct a feasibility study of the proposed concept and identify: - solution space for ground based SSA applications - signal an
Investigate the technical feasibility of innovative algorithms which improve 3-D image quality. Produce a Phase II plan to exten
Design RF processing system and develop automatic target recognition (ATR) algorithms which detect, identify, and track targe
Conduct proof of concept of an empirical method. Investigate implementation process, coupled with design variable randomnes
1) Identify candidate digital receiver hardware (Low Noise Amplifiers, mixers, filters, ADCs, etc.), 2) Develop innovative digital re
Demonstrate application of the new material and proof of concept of the antenna design using computer modeling tools, or fabr
Investigate several candidate DBF architectures for general application to conformal phased array antennas including cost. Se
Perform tradeoff studies and modeling and simulation as required considering power consumption, size, cost, RF performance
Establish optical design and provide technical analysis that supports the proposed design and quantify expected performance.
Develop innovative algorithms suite to cue potential target areas from LF imagery ISR assets to reduce downstream data volum
1. Develop innovative concepts for incorporating robust security solutions into the end-nodes of a sensor web. 2. Provide desi
Identify a representative military surveillance and targeting mission and the sensory assets utilized. Model system components/
Conduct research to define a dynamically alterable array subaperture architecture. Deliverables shall include 1) Phase I Design
Develop an algorithm/system, potentially including a traffic model tracker and sensor manager, to automatically anticipate/moni
Phase I activity shall include: Design man/machine architecture combining sensing, information, and cognitive technologies to a
Develop approach, design, and algorithms to demonstrate collaborative system control to vertically integrate sensing, tracking,
Develop new nanoscale material constructs that support polarimetric tunability for infrared wavelengths between 2 and 14 µm.
Design a bio-taggant sensor system capable of detecting, identifying, and tracking objects coated with bio-taggant material in c
Identify aircraft weapons bay - store combinations susceptible to store separation bifurcations due to unsteady flow. Conceptua
Define requirements for an initial concept demonstration. In general, offerors will, in a laboratory environment, demonstrate a re
Design and analyze innovative structural concepts applicable to wings of large transport structures. Utilize emerging materials a
Identify and define technologies necessary to address one or more of the technical challenges presented. It is envisioned the P
Conceptualize a multiphysics (aerodynamics, structures, flight mechanics, controls) simulation environment for low-level analys
 Develop preliminary design tool / modify tool to handle hypersonic aeropropulsion (multiple flow paths, etc). Apply tool to repre
Explore pre-processing approaches to enhance target-to-background contrast to optimize target detection in structured environ
Show through analysis and/or hardware demonstration that key technology developments or adaptations can benefit space com
Develop and validate innovative technologies for solar cell coverglass adhesive with increased radiation resistance, combined w
Design, develop and validate innovative approaches for producing a terminal seal for advanced lithium ion space battery cells t
Show through analysis and/or hardware demonstration that key technology developments or adaptations can achieve requirem
Develop innovative approaches to produce thin multijunction solar cells compatible with a lightweight array structure. Identify te
 In Phase I, we seek imaginative but practical means to dramatically increase the density and performance of systems through
Analyze, design and test electronic components/device and/or device concepts that generate significantly less heat than compa
Increase technical maturity of proposed reflector concept given mission specifications from AFRL. Assess system cost, time to
Design concept of tailored EM structures. Provide analysis showing limits of EM properties, variability and control method (if ap
Develop a concept with a detailed design for a low-power, lightweight miniaturized instrument for measuring neutral density, ne
 Research and develop concept demonstration of a Just in Time scheduling tool that can demonstrate planning for the uncertai
Manufacture set of crack specimen; perform study on potential over rinsing Method A penetrants from crack specimen compar
Build on existing knowledge to research full replacement of SF6 or replace with a lower ratio SF6 mixture to find best method(s
Research and develop concept demonstration of a MRO Business Model with defined metrics for assessing feasibility for a ma
To research the possible methods of structural health monitoring to reliably detect, locate and quantify damage in components.
Develop the means by which a prototype sensing device can be designed which accounts for Human Interface, Opacity Determ
Provide a technical report determining the feasibility of the concept and provide a feasibility demonstration.
The contractor shall conduct research into various materials, manufacturing processes for use in the development of Air Force
 Demonstrate the feasibility of operation over a 0.3 m range at a velocity of at least 0.05 m/sec in cryovacuum conditions (<77K
Demonstrate the feasibility of a high temperature measurement system.
Demonstrate the feasibility of the system.
Demonstrate the feasibility of fiber-delivered laser beams to produce CARS signals.
Demonstrate the feasibility of the system.
Develop system architecture and technologies for signal security and non-interference with data collection.
Demonstrate the feasibility of an image projection device capable of operating at -35°C or less for visible and IR.
Demonstrate the feasibility of a basic design for a device suitable for measuring TTHM concentrations in water.
Demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed concept by identifying an initial list of target systems and data to be included in the e
Demonstrate the feasibility of a basic reactor design capable of reliably producing a high grade alternative fuel using the widest
Demonstrate the feasibly of a methodology for a blended model that can reproduce the results of a simple structure like the AG
Demonstrate the feasibility of a conceptualized design for a WBTMD.
Demonstrate the feasibility of an aerothermoelastic simulation using a coupled field analysis software code that includes energy
Identify and investigate materials, unique device designs, novel sensor architectures, and/or production process changes or ad
Design and develop representative proof of concept hardware for either battery or PMAD technology. This hardware will be test
Design rad-hard, high performance analog to digital converter architectures that respond to one or more of the following cases:
Phase I SBIR efforts should concentrate on the development of the fundamental concepts for increased efficiency or reduced m
 Develop an innovative methodology (not a wrapper technology) and conceptual design of a tool that performs the four steps lis
Develop conceptual designs of the hardware based on preliminary analysis. Perform sufficient hardware development and testi
Develop conceptual designs of the hardware based on preliminary analysis. Perform sufficient hardware development and testi
Develop a preliminary design for the proposed component or system. Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis (MS&A) of the design
PHASE I OBJECTIVES: Develop a design and a plan of approach for development for above stated objectives. Through analys
Conduct experimental and analytical efforts to demonstrate proof-of-principle of the proposed technology and concepts to enha
Develop initial design concept; conduct analytical and experimental efforts to demonstrate proof-of-principle; develop preliminar
Develop the algorithms that will provide a high probability of kill against various threats. Demonstrate performance in an integra
Conduct experimental and analytical efforts to demonstrate proof-of-principle of the proposed technology to enhance avionics p
In Phase I, we seek innovative concepts that address one of the components and a reference architecture based on that comp
Research, quantitatively analyze, and develop a conceptual design and assess the feasibility of an active, passive, or dual-mod
Develop and demonstrate an approach for measuring and/or predicting drag and lift characteristics of fragments collected from
The contractor will demonstrate a robust architecture for accurately and rapidly calculating earthshine/skyshine effects in the UV
During Phase I, the important plume-hardbody missile system interactions which impact hardbody signatures will be identified a
Develop and demonstrate an approach for modeling damage and debris from missile defense intercepts using high-fidelity, firs
Develop the necessary analytical tools to demonstrate proof-of-principle of the proposed technology to enhance the performanc
For one maneuvering system at high altitude, identify the chemical and physical phenomena that is required to model and prop
Conduct experimental and analytical efforts to demonstrate proof-of-principle and to improve producibility, increase performanc
Develop conceptual framework for battery or battery production process design/design modification, hardenable solar array and
Develop a strategy to demonstrate the producibility of the proposed propulsion product including integration with an MDA system
Formulate and demonstrate a reliability assessment technology capable of accurately predicating long term life for a componen
Develop conceptual technology for electro-optical component product design, manufacturing, integration approach and test me
Develop and demonstrate the feasibility of evaluating processes to address the specific needs identified in this topic. Conduct
The contractor shall develop the conceptual framework for new and innovative AT production enhancements. The contractor w
Develop and conduct proof-of-principle demonstrations of advanced sensor data fusion concepts/methods for the representatio
Develop proof of principle demonstrations for clutter suppression concepts using simulated data. Perform sufficient analysis an
Develop a mathematical model of a BMD engagement that demonstrates the effects of changes to offense and defense option
Research and develop a conceptual design meeting the above listed physical constraints and parameter requirements. Determ
Define an approach for determining an atmospheric state from IR imagery, and producing 72 hour forecasts of the imagery for
Develop and demonstrate innovative materials and/or techniques capable of reducing device junction temperature without degr
Develop and demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed technologies for anti-jam and/or HMP/UWB/EMP protection. Demons
Demonstrate improved manufacturability of a radar array module. This design will select alternate components, new adhesive m
Research, develop and demonstrate the proposed technologies that address the wide field of interest identified in this topic. De
Perform a feasibility study and an initial development effort that demonstrates a photonic circuit concept capable of providing in
Analyze, design, and conduct proof-of-principle demonstrations of methods for distributed, near-real-time, security managemen
Analyze, design, and conduct proof-of-principle demonstrations of techniques and mechanisms for validating the state and con
Develop methods and tools that support security policy interoperation and application level certification and accreditation in a sy
Analyze, design, and conduct proof-of-principle demonstrations of techniques and mechanisms for establishing secure VoIP wi
The contractor shall develop the conceptual framework for new and innovative AT volume protection technology or technique th
The contractor should demonstrate the ability to integrate spectrally diverse sensor data and formulate hypotheses about weap
Develop the mathematical basis for and provide a demonstration of advanced allocation methods that will enable robust engag
Develop the mathematical basis for and provide a demonstration of track correlation/sensor netting concepts using simulated d
Show understanding of the slow cook-off test and collect data on previously conducted slow cook-off tests which can be used in
Show understanding of the safety problems with different types of hypergolic systems. Propose technology solutions or system
Outline the proposed solution, develop a test procedure, and provide proof of concept demonstration. The proof of concept dem
Establish a list of innovative concepts for achieving the goals above. Select the most promising approaches and conduct mode
Establish a list of innovative concepts for achieving the goals above. Select the most promising approaches and conduct mode
Develop a preliminary design for the identified components and/or sensor to demonstrate approach/design will meet above per
Establish a list of innovative concepts for achieving the goals above. Select the most promising approaches and conduct mode
 Investigate and develop algorithms required to implement a high-sensitivity military GPS receiver. Algorithm design criteria sho
Perform cost/benefit trade study of available PNT augmentation sensor technologies taking into account SWAP and cost. Dev
Produce prototypes (fabrics) that have superior and durable FR performance and similar or even improved comfort properties c
Evaluate technologies and solutions to most efficiently (space, weight, cost, fuel consumption) provide required power for a Dis
The contractor shall conduct research into an integral suppressed barrel for small arms applications. The contractor shall man
The contractor shall research and investigate the development of a fuse initiator that would fit within the 40MM round that can p
Determine the factors that contribute to the existing cooling subsystem noise levels. Develop a feasibility concept that will signif
Determine insofar as possible the scientific, technical, and commercial merit and feasibility of a system design, and an analysis
Develop paper model of bleach replacement system (generation, control, output and storage). Build breadboard system to valid
The contractor will utilize existing vehicle drawings and link budget analysis to determine an antenna configuration and associa
Investigate advanced materials solutions and processes to determine the feasibility of meeting the above objective and provide
Demonstrate feasibility of proposed NDI system to be fast, portable and robust in a production depot environment. Demonstrat
Identify sensor type(s) to be used to monitor a complex structure and detect early-stage pitting corrosion. Construct bread-boa
Develop a technique(s) to improve current NDE methods and demonstrate surface feature inspection, especially C-spalls of ce
Identify the necessary sensors to monitor all major parameters that effect corrosion rates. Design the necessary circuitry to po
Develop concepts for stabilization and control of Aerial Refueling Drogues. Demonstrate feasibility of the approach through ana
Demonstrate the feasibility of proposed methodologies for nozzle performance analysis on mutually-agreed government-furnish
Identify sensor type(s) to be used to detect early-stage pitting corrosion in a complex structure. Construct bread-board system.
Develop a proof of concept for the intelligent engine sensor and establish feasibility of inserting this technology in an engine dev
Demonstrate the feasibility of laser surface texturing and develop optimum process parameters. Combine surface modified sa
Identify one or more micromechanical theories and demonstrate feasibility with a selected NDE technique. Demonstrate that th
Identify typical strain spectrums for typical aircraft structure. Design the necessary circuitry to harvest and store power. The cir
Develop a design for a smart electrically powered 3BSN door actuator. Analyze the design to estimate weight, reliability, mainta
Define the technical requirements for the wideband antenna based upon a thorough review of current and future communicatio
Demonstrate techniques of grinding, polishing, and measuring a shape to be selected by the contractor. A material such as fus
(1) Demonstrate near-net-shape forming of a tangent ogive dome from optical quality ALON, spinel, or polycrystalline alumina.
Develop new ionic liquids with melt transitions below -65 C. Investigate viscosity and conductivity of these materials from -70 C
Conduct research into development of electrically small, metamaterials based antennas that provide improved radiation efficien
Develop an approach and architecture that can automatically verify that software products meet SCA requirements for POSIX a
Determine key issues to fabricating monolithic chips with both silicon and superconductor (single layer and hundreds of Joseph
Develop basic technology concept and prove concept feasibility using modeling and simulation. Technologies identified should
Demonstrate the feasibility of a low-cost, light weight GPS solution that can be embedded in a small Unattended Ground Senso
This phase of the work should demonstrate the feasibility an innovative strategy to define an environmental model structure or t
Design study of a LiNbO3 EO intensity modulator which achieves improved performance for RF analog applications as compar
Investigate the feasibility of incorporating advanced materials such as conductive or plated plastics in solid, other states, rigid a
• Assess the potential gains in UHF SATCOM capability realized by employing a reuse strategy.• Develop spectrum manageme
In the first phase, the approaches, structures and techniques used for the operation of the planning and management tools will
Perform a feasibility and design study to assess technical issues and risks associated with applying this technology to meet the
• Conduct research to develop a prototype of an improved LMSC model. • Develop an optimal approach for building the LMSC
Using the OPNAV warfare assessment scenarios as a baseline context, identify current deficiencies in modeling tactical decisio
Present a device design. Show predicted performance based on modeling and related experimentation.
Develop an architecture for software-implemented GPS functionalities and demonstrate the feasibility of embedding it into a tac
Synthesize and characterize bonding agents. Produce 50-100 grams of multifunctional bonding agents. Perform compatibility te
Conduct a study to determine the feasibility of utilizing recent advances in NDT technologies to detect and measure material de
Develop bus pipe materials to meet the combatant ship shock, vibration, fire, and electrical requirements. This will include crea
The contractor is expected to identify and characterize low-cost scientific and engineering solutions that are quick enough to de
The contractor is expected to identify and characterize modular concepts and technologies for launchers, combat system interf
Develop a conceptual design of the USV at sea fueling system. The design should include a tradeoff study for both the mother
Develop a conceptual design of the proposed solution. The design should include a tradeoff study for both the mother ship and
Demonstrate the feasiblity of a solid state waste heat recovery system as describe above. This technology should be controllab
Demonstrate the feasibility of a concept for a self-contained, wastewater treatment module that will provide the above features.
Demonstrate the feasibility of a ―mother ship‖ based approach, monitor, and control system that will aid a host ship operator in
Demonstrate the feasibility of an autonomous asymmetric air threat identification system that will assess the existence and deg
Demonstrate the feasibility of an innovative USV security system concept that will provide the above mentioned features. Devel
Demonstrate feasibility for improvements being developed and also identify impact upon shipbuilding affordability. Include a firs
Conduct a study of exercise torpedo interface, requirements, and design constraints for use in developing design concepts. D
Develop candidate innovative signal processing algorithms making use of existing sensor suites for improved target detection,
Investigate enabling technologies and component designs that are capable of providing multi-wavelength outputs at required en
Develop a general purpose passive accelerometer specification that addresses the widest possible range of performance requi
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             Military design usingmultidimensional analysis, Data Warehouse forecasting cycles,the efficacy of planning by mit
                            weather, real-world and/or simulated databy shortening
                                         Mr. Robert Farrellapplications streams/sources. Demonstrate and air battle multidimension
                                                      (315)
Implement Phase I application: Weather forecasting 330-3050 330-2807(315)         Robert.Farrell@rl.af.mil
             Military application: A potential result isprocessors, streamlok-kwong.yan@rl.af.mil
                            multi-core processors, (315)in for the different multi-core processorprocessors, COTS hardware to rapid
                                         Mr. Lok-Kwong Yan
                                                      cell 330-2756                 processors, shader affordable high performance compu
Identify which processor characteristics are observed applying huge processing power from architectures. Develop an extendab
              test and demonstrate secure in Fitzgerald BGP, S-BGP, soBGP security issues to and evaluation of across alt
                            Security, Secure Routing, protocols in a laboratory setting. 2) Conduct
                                         Mr. Peter this OSPF,
                                                      (315) 330-3933              important
1) Develop,Military application: Innovationrouting area would address peter.fitzgerald@rl.af.miltest enable networkingprotocolairb
             Military application: The capabilities systems that implement candidate solutions. Demonstrate within
                            Airborne Network, IntServ QoS, Network this Gregory.Hadynski@rl.af.mil on military aircraft emulated
                                         Mr. Greg Hadynski
                                                      (315) 330-4094              effort could be implemented
Complete design and development of prototypedeveloped underModeling and Simulation, resource reservation anto provide
             Military application: The technology will be useful for military applications allow analystsservices. Warfighters will be
                              Toolbox for the warfighter. The Language, Simple Object that use web to
                                         Mr. Frederick Markup
                                                      (315) 330-3906              Frederick.Rahrig@rl.af.mil
Build a complete WISEWeb Services, ExtensibleRahrig toolbox will be developed toAccess Protocol readily establish, acquire
             Military application: This research is design and versioning of design, versioning framework, (SOA) interfaces more
                             and tools that make the appropriate for any instance or node of a SOA. Commercial application: This tr
                                         Mr. George(315) 330-3492
                                                       Ramseyer                   george.ramseyer@rl.af.mil
Provide methodologiesService oriented architecture, versioning, interfaceService Orientated Architecture representative state re
             Military application: Dynamic COOP COOP, business continuity, fail-over, Service-orientedCOOP/SOA are indepe
                            Continuity can dynamically make re-assignment of COOP resources using this Architecture, SOA
                                         Mr. Patrick Hurley
                                                      (315) 330-3624              hurleyp@rl.af.mil
Demonstrate a policy engine that of Operations, capabilities are a need common to all production environments andmanagemen
              capability from Phase IMr. Michael(315) 330-2898 330-3913 exploitation by an opponent actions, indicating the d
                            Sniffing, network analyze that output with vulnerability assessment, complex event enhance network sec
                                           and scanning, vulnerability, system to
Take demoMilitary application: Determining vulnerabilities(315)risk prior risk analysis. Suggest remedialto processing
                                                       Mayhew and                 mayhew@rl.af.mil
             MILITARY Cross-Document Coreference Resolution, Name Disambiguation, Name Discrimination, Name Resoluti
                             a prototypeCarrie Pine(315) 330-2473 for Improvised Explosive Device (IED) predictive analysis will b
                                          capability enabling systems             pinec@rl.af.mil
Research and developAPPLICATION: Multi-INT fusionhigh accuracy consolidation of entity information extracted from across a
             Military approach fromoperatorsRatazzi 330-3766 330-8255
                            Insider, All Mr. Paul in an users of detection, network, modeling, assessment, response
                                          Phase I and experimental cyber infrastructure are potential insider threats. This effort is
                                                      (315)          military     paul.ratazzi@afrl.af.mil
Implement the bestapplication: threat, anomaly, intrusion, (315)hardware/software environment, representative of AF cyber infra
             Military application: The capabilities developed under this peter.fitzgerald@rl.af.mil the user environment and upon u
                            intelligent agents,Fitzgerald and simulation, decision-making, used by any system which depends a
                                          be a modeling 330-3933
                                                      (315)                       effort could be business
The end product for Phase II shall Peterfully functional technology application demonstrated in process modeling, behavior tech
             Military application: Applications could Bar Codes, 330-2953
                            DNA prototype system in a include (315)
                                         Dr. Molecular realisticwatermarking and tracking of objects of interest, intrusion or tamper d
                                                        Renz          working environment. Develop initial phase
                                                                                  renzt@rl.af.mil
Develop and demonstrate a Taggants,Thomas(315) 330-3423Molecular Watermark, Covert Tracking III engineering plan. Sho
             Military application: These Max Alexander
                            HPM, microwave, high (937) 255-9135 an SE greater than 80dB over Shielding applications and can sig
                                         Mr. shielding material with aaircraft, spacecraft, shelter, electromagnetic, hardening
                                                      power microwave, variety
                                                                    (937)         Max.Alexander@wpafb.af.mil
Develop and demonstrate a conformalmaterials will be useful in255-9157 of Electromagnetic 1MHz to 20GHz. Technology dem
                              graded chemistry/microstructure on a larger suite
                                         Mr. Stephan be environmental resistance, graded microstructure,turbine engines,design of e
                                                      (937) 255-1356 military propulsion systems such as of interest for rocket eng
 Demonstrate impact ofof this fatigue, dwell fatigue, in advanced 656-4840 of properties—ideally thosehigh-temperature behavio
             Application creep technology would Russ                (937)         Stephan.Russ@wpafb.af.mil
             Military application: The technology willthick showing656-4706
                            morphing, Dr. Jeffery 1/8‖ have use in <0.1‖ dissipation in morphing UAV skins; seamless control sur
                                          more than Baur elastomers, shape memory polymers, composites, UAVs, adaptive
Apply to 6‖x6‖-reinforced plate notskins, conductive, 255-9143 chargelocal deflection under subsonic aerodynamic loading con
                                                      (937)         (937)         jeff.baur@wpafb.af.mil
             Military application: Sensor, Integrated Systems Health Management, Propulsion Health would have pervasive milit
                            Bearing transmission technology and
                                         Mr. Craig Neslen transmissionintegration
                                                      (937)         (937) ability joined with bearing sensor Demonstrate Harsh Enviro
                                                                                  craig.neslen@wpafb.af.mil
Fully develop and optimize dataBearing sensor data 255-9798 its255-9804 with theabearing sensor. Management, successful in
             Military application: Large segmented materials, space-qualifiable 20-inch (0.5 m), telescopes as well as laser beam
                            lightweight mirrors, hybrid produce(937) 656-4296
                                         Dr. Lawrence mirrors a reconnaissance/surveillance
                                                      (937) 255-9842              Lawrence.Matson@wpafb.af.mil
Conduct a processing science-type program andMatson forcomposite materials, optics type on-axis aspheric mirror. Include
             Military application: This the proposed material or relevant material processes as well as explosives hidden behind
                            terahertz, detector, coherent 255-9889 255-4913
                                         Mr. Charles(937)
                                                       Stutz        (937)         charles.stutz@wpafb.af.mil
The contractor shall further develop work is applicable to military security for detecting weapons and to fully demonstrate the ma
              build HD, low-light-level detector low improved performance need for improved sensor performance at dusk and
                            CCD, CMOS, is a well-documented, critical military
                                         Mr. Paul with 255-9672
                                                      (937)                       paul.fleitz@wpafb.af.mil
Design andMilitary application: Therehybrid,Fleitzlight level, high definitioncompared to current SOTA color and/or black/white C
             Military application: fabricate anshelters, 283-3715 283-2035conversion, UAVs, and lead-acid, lithium-ion, Comm
                            Energy Deployable energy storage system capable of integration with commercial photovoltaic power g
                                         Mr. Reza Salavani
                                                      (850) special operations,
                                                                    (850)         reza.salavani@tyndall.af.mil
Develop Phase I technology to storage, energy density, batteries, energyaircraft, smallphotovoltaic,electric vehicles (EVs).electro
             Military application:nanotubes, carbon Tolle
                            carbon New multifunctional carbon fibers will have applications on military Integrate within a polymeric
                                         Dr. fiber in (937) 255-9070
                                                      product forms amendable to composite
                                                                                  tia.bensontolle@wpafb.af.mil
Demonstrate the carbon nano-tailoredTia Benson fibers, composite, multifunctional fabrication. satellites and aerospace plat
             Military systems identified Tia management,designed of the high-capacity TES level energy storage, TES, to demo
                            integrated thermal Benson and phase change materials, PCM, thermal of into high-power, solid-state
                                         Dr. in Phase I will255-9070
                                                      (937) be                      built at a breadboard system
One or more of the application: Perform integrationTolle packagingandtia.bensontolle@wpafb.af.mil technical readinessthermal
             Military application: Covert Glenninterrogation, (850) 283-6090materiel for functionalized nanparticles at over 100 a
                            prototype system for Johnson
                                         Dr. monitoring of stand-off area and detection
                                                      (850) operations
                                                                     activation, glenn.johnson@tyndall.af.mil
Develop a commercial surface plasmon resonance, 283-6223 detection, microwaveof presence of selected CBE. Commercialm
             Military application: Applications include advanced enginekenneth.semega@wpafb.af.mil design shouldand applica
                            controls, siliconKenneth electronics, electronic circuits, prognostics, digital engine controller, be directe
                                         Mr. carbide Semega (937) 255-0082 flight controls, design. The
                                                      (937) 255-6741               and
Develop and test prototype electronic control hardware employing a temperature-tolerantunmanned aerial vehicles, temperature
             Military application: This loopprototype approach capable of rejecting the required thermal loads and future sink. a
                            full pipe or Mr. Andrew(937)has a (937) 656-7529
                                         other heat pipe 255-8942
                                                       Fleming FADEC, loop heat cooling the FADEC on thermal management
                                                                                  andrew.fleming@wpafb.af.mil
Build a full-scale loop heat authority digital engine control, direct application topipe, LHP, fuel cooling, current to the heat fighterTe
             Military application: SmallerValerie (937)Griethuysen
                            heat exchanger, and lighter Phase I. Demonstrate the model by high-temperature materials, modeling t
                                         Ms. heat transfer, scaling laws, will increase cooling capabilities evaluate several potential
                                                       Van 255-4885               valerie.vangriethuysen@wpafb.af.mil
 Develop and validate the modeling approach from heat exchangersmaterials, heat sink, applying it toand enhance the performa
             Military application: TMF a prototype test 255-7001turbine engines. Thisgradient methodology will provide valuable da
                             and validate isRobert Wright rig TMF testing, robert.wright@wpafb.af.mil
                                         Dr. evident(937)
                                                       in military gas
                                                                     generate steeptemperature testing in thin-walled airfoil testing, inducin
Develop, demonstrate, thermomechanical fatigue, TMF,to (937) 656-7176 thermal gradientstesting, turbinespecimens simulative
             Military application: TMF prototypeWright255-7001 656-7176
                             and validate isRobert (937)
                                         Dr. evident device(s) turbine airfoils, turbineincreasing cost and full-field readiness. measu
                                                       in military (937)
                                                                     accurately engines, full-fieldhot section, and strain in thin-walled tes
                                                                                   measure engine temperature
Develop, demonstrate, thermomechanical fatigue, TMF, togas turbine robert.wright@wpafb.af.mil reducingtemperatureThis tes
             Military application: turbineLewis Rosado255-6519 bearings, under life, spall propagation, carburized application:
                            aircraft, Application to many military high-performance aircraft turbine engines. bearing dynamic conditio
                                         Dr. engines, rolling element 656-7176
                                                      (937)         (937)         lewis.rosado@afrl.af.mil
Demonstrate enhanced spall propagation-resistance of selected concept fatiguerepresentative engine Commercial bearing stee
               performance of theThe code conjugate heat transfer, against experimental data. Further, the code must be cooling
                            turbine, components designed in Phase I lifing, design airfoils for advancedfilm cooling, internal produc
                                         Dr. John Clark 255-7152 656-4531
                                                      (937)         (937)         to thermomechanical fatigue, demonstrator engines, and
Validate theMilitary application: durability, would be used by the OEM john.clark3@wpafb.af.mil
             Military application: ModelsBarry Kiel in 255-7272 II develop a physics-based damping and engine conditions and
                            afterburner,Mr. generated the Phase 255-2660
                                           damping, combustion (937)
                                                      (937)         instability, screech, validated for sector acoustics, mean flow
                                                                                  barry.kiel@wpafb.af.mil
Conduct physical experiments to ascertain key physical data and effort can beHelmholtz resonator,rigmodel from derived unders
             Military application: RFAC Lt Leah Swansonexchanger, in Phase foams, carbon, hybrid fighter aircraft exchanger mo
                            heat transfer, heat exchangerinvestigated metallic, I ready for advanced
                                          material concepts
                                                      (937) 255-3081              leah.swanson@wpafb.af.mil
Develop and demonstrate the new2dfuel cooling, heat that is form-fit-functionthrough fabrication of a RFAC heatto improve ther
             Military application: Real-time, on-engine255-7268 of coated advanced durability demonstrator engine, or on som
                            infrared imaging, demonstrate its capabilities shutters, section components to verify performance and st
                                         Mrs. turbines, cameras, camera on an
                                                      (937)         (937)         Ruth.Sikorski@wpafb.af.mil
Produce a prototype optical system andRuth Sikorskimonitoring255-2660 hot optical devices, gas turbines engines, high speed
             Military application: New and innovative high-speed propulsion technologies aremissile applicable to military and co
                            hypersonic,Mr. on one(937) 255-7296 speed, david.buckwalter@wpafb.af.mil
                                          scramjet, propulsion, (937) 656-4659 access, cruise equally
                                                       or more of the             space
Provide engineering systems analysesDavid Buckwalter high critical path issues in developing larger and broader operating ran
             Military application: theoretical development significant payoffs in gas turbine-based and hypersonic combustion ap
                            combustor, Dr. James Gord 255-7431
                                          high pressure, liquid of spectroscopic techniques spectroscopy
                                                      (937)                       james.gord@wpafb.af.mil
Complete the experimental andThis technology will yieldfuel, soot, lasers, diagnostics,and perform measurements in a governm
              Military application: MilitaryDouglas(937) include scramjetthe software modules into computational tools used by AFR
                          hypersonic,Dr. applications 255-7302 supersonic
                                          scramjet, methods. Incorporate propulsion systems for hypersonic air fuels, modeling, sim
                                                         Davis       (937)        douglas.davis@wpafb.af.mil
Develop software modules implementing the chemical kinetics, 656-4659 combustion, liquid hydrocarbon vehicles. Commercia
              Military application:nanotube, CNT, single-walled carbon nanotube, SWNT, multiwalled carbon nanotube, MWNT, n
                          carbon developed in Phase I and demonstrate the longer lengthfabricate CNT bundles in lengths great
                                         Mr. and commercial applications, using capability to bundled CNTs, include armature windi
                                                       (937)
Optimize fabrication techniquesMilitaryKevin Yost 255-6246                        kevin.yost@wpafb.af.mil
              Military application: MIMO technologies will and matcheddaniel.spendley@hanscom.af.mil
                          waveforms,Mr. Daniel Spendley
                                          orthogonal(781) 377-7312
                                                        waveforms, MIMO radar      filters performance increase to many military applications
Optimize, build, and deliver prototype signal generatorsprovide a significant as designed and proved feasible in Phase I. Delive
              Military application: Dual-polarized (781) Phase(781)OTHRmichelle.champion@hanscom.af.mil simulations. Refine
                          wideband radiators, dual polarized IHF 377-1074detailed numerical electromagnetic
                                           configuration in 377-4036 perform also be applicable to military ground-to-ground comm
                                                        radiators for and           will
Select the most promising elementMs. Michelle Championelement, over-the horizon radar(OTHR), high-frequency (HF) antenna
              Military application: filters, MEMS with low loss and wide tuning filter performance and JTRS suitability in the lab.
                          tunable Components variable capacitors, MEMS transmission line
                                         Dr. James Reid  Phase I effort.          James.Reid@hanscom.af.mil
Produce tunable filter prototypes based on the(781) 377-1077 Demonstrateranges are critical for next generation wideband radi
              Military application: A wideband low-profile antennas, JTRS, magneticallyfabricate andJTRS. Commercial applicatio
                          wideband one Scott Santarelli enhance the scott.santarelli@hanscom.af.mil
                                         Dr. or more(781) will designs. For each design, conducting ground plane, metamaterials,
                                                         candidate
Based on Phase I findings, selectantennas, antenna 377-6854                       channel flexibility offered by demonstrate a prototype ant
              Military application: space surveillance, signal improved data and objects. Enhances SSA for new and existing spac
                          radars, Improved identification/tracking 656-4020
                                         Mr. William promising processing, william.baldygo@wpafb.af.mil
                                                        Baldygo (937)              characterization
Provide a concept demonstration of the most (937) 904-9839 of new spacesignal processing techniques from Phase I. - Imple
              Military application: Both activeI.and passive imaging isreconstruction, data driven autofocus, 3-Dvisualization, terrain
                          persistent-sensing, staring-RF,
                                         Phase Demonstrate image of the algorithms on measured radar data in the application
                                                       (937) 904-9294             leroy.gorham@wpafb.af.mil
Execute the plan developed under Mr. LeRoy Gorham 3-Dthe utilityapplicable within the Departments of Homeland Defense and
              Military application: Airborne technology to feature-aided tracking, moving-target imaging, identify moving targets. D
                          to implement a Uttam Majumder RF processing system to detect, track, and persistent-staring RF sen
                                         Mr. prototype real-time
                                                       (937) 904-9043             uttam.majumder@wpafb.af.mil
Execute Phase II SDP synthetic aperture radar (SAR), track/identify specific vehicles, and individuals across broad urban areas
              Military application: The utility the ECM development process computational method beyond the typicaltechnique, o
                          algorithm, electronic algorithm offers (ECM), radar, electronic warfare, jamming waveform, convention
                                         Dr. Seng Hong 255-6506 innovative
                                                       (937)         (937)        seng.hong@wpafb.af.mil
Develop hardware model to demonstrate of countermeasurean 255-5878 and assess its effectiveness. The algorithm will derive
              Military application: The digital receiver digital receive arrays, phased-array antennas, digital filters, analog-to-digita
                          nonlinear aMr. processing, 377-0216
                                           NLSP techniques demonstrated time NLSP correction techniques.
                                                       (781)                      gary.scalzi@hanscom.af.mil
1) Design, build, test, and deliversignalGary Scalzi incorporating real are applicable to military radar and communication system
               proposed antenna and positioning system,
                          GPS, global material design approaches array, airborne antenna, anti jam array, small antenna, space-
                                         2d Lt flight-worthy antenna arrays. matthew.white2@wpafb.af.mil
                                                       (937) 255-5579              The arrays shall fabrication correct of a prototype article
Validate theMilitary application: Produce Matthew White adaptive through development,be tested toand test environmental condit
              Military application: The DBF perform a 377-2055
                          digital beamforming, multibeam phased-array the GDPAA acquisition thecontrol tradeoffs including Air
                                         Dr. Boris be directly applicable to Boris.Tomasic@hanscom.af.mil
                                                       (781)                      antennas, adaptive pattern design integration phased ar
For the DBF concept selected in Phase I,willTomasicdetailed numerical simulation, and refineprogram forin conformalinto the fab
              Military application: IntegrateMatthew White RF, a final ASIC design. Fabricate a pre-production wafer. Develop
                          GPS, macrocells RF building jam, features, matthew.white2@wpafb.af.mil
                                         2d Lt and other layout into
                                                       (937) blocks
Design the required RFASIC handheld receiver, anti255-5579 ASICincluding ASIC masks and process parameters. Fabricate, c
              Military application: imaging sensor(937) 255-9902
                          optics, Potential applications includesteering, kenneth.barnard@wpafb.af.mil area surveillance and rec
                                         Dr. Kenneth Barnard
                                                          deformable, compactstabilization, UAV, for persistent
                                                                                    imaging systems persistent, surveillance, monitoring
Construct and test a prototypeagile, adaptable, to demonstrate and evaluate the optical design concept. Identify and reduce the
              Military application: Detection, discrimination, (937) 255-5112 from exploited LF data. directly applicable to all tacti
                                                                      track/ID targets
Mature algorithms to ingest cued areas and automaticallyclassification, and ID technologies will be Research image/signal proc
                                         Mary Jarratt  (
                          ATR, sensing, targeting 937) 904-9123                   mary.jarratt@wpafb.af.mil
              Military and demonstrate a prototype that grid, softwaremany military/commercial applications. Technology that ex
                          sensor Sensors are ubiquitous devices with protection, anti tamper, autonomic, trusted protection/anti-t
                                         Mr. Richard(937) 320-9068 320-9037
                                                         Kutter      (937)          Phase I concepts for integrated software computing, sen
1. Design, develop,application:web, global information implements therichard.kutter@wpafb.af.mil
              Military application: sensing, persistent surveillance, Phase Iresource platform types georegistration/geolocation, inte
                          layered The U.S. Mary (937) 904-9123 sensor by and management, and the infrastructure needed to
                                         None military has developed new sensor
                                                       Jarratt       (937)        mary.jarratt@wpafb.af.mil
Improve fidelity of focus problem (and simulation) developed in 255-5112 incorporating more realistic sensor and environment
              Military application: Potential military applications of this design concept would include ground surveillance from mili
                           architecture reconfigurable 330-4878 the STAP, SINR, moving detectable velocity (MDV)
                                         Mr. William Lipe
                                                        demonstrating             William.Lipe@rl.af.mil
Develop a subaperture endo-clutter, design for (315)subapertures, ability to dynamically alter and control subaperture reconfigura
              Military application: behavior model vehicle tracking of multipletargets tracking, feature periodtracking, environmen
                          Managing uncertainty, sensor anticipation
                                         Matt McClure  (937) management, ground target for an extended aided in accurately captur
                                                                                  Matthew.McClure@wpafb.af.mil
Effort will refine and expand theUnmanned aerialand904-9238 algorithm to improve performance and moreurban behavior mo
              Military application: The a prototype implementing Decision I architecture and technologies to makers in Command
                          Surveillance, Human/Machine Sensing,
                                         Kirk Weigand  (937) is a human-in-the-loop sensing system to aid decision show ability for antic
The researcher shall develop/demo desired product 904-9164 the PhaseAids          Kirk.Weigand@wpafb.af.mil
              Military application: A wide array of(937) space, remote sensors, small UAVs, loitering, smart weapons, UGS, huma
                            identified, conduct performance applications exist
                                         None Mary Jarratt
                                                         potential analysis. Demonstrate ability, via experiments and simulations, to impr
                                                                     (937)        mary.jarratt@wpafb.af.mil
Develop the algorithmscollaborative system control, 904-9123 255-5112 in theater for exploiting this capability. COMMERCIAL
              Military application: This plasmons,(937) thedetectors devices. wide range of military remote sensing applications
                          polarization, technologyinfrared potential
                                         Raymond Haren detector array Raymond.Haren@wpafb.af.mil
                                                           has
Fully design and fabricate polarization agile infrared 904-9894 for use in a Perform thorough device characterization, compar
              Military concept into a Morley fluorescence sensing, target detection, Commercial application: This technology can
                          biological taggant, Stone
                                         tailored airborne sensor design forMorley.Stone@wpafb.af.mil
                                                       (937) 904-9536              specific bio-taggant
Refine the baselineapplication: tagging, tracking, and locating; homeland security tracking materials of interest to the Air Force.
              Military application: Any models and execute verification testing. store weapons to develop a Unsteady flow and m
                          store separation, unsteady store loads, weapons that carry trajectory
                                         Mr. Rudy Johnson
                                                       (937) 255-3037 656-4169
                                                                     (937)        rudy.johnson@wpafb.af.mil
 Pursue development of conceptual aircraft (fighter, bomber, unmanned) bay,Compile results or fuel tanks. procedure/tool to iden
              Military with results from Phase Johnson
                          weapons bay, flow control, acoustic to preferred suppression concept. Provide plans for full-scale integra
                                         Mr. Rudy I, (937) 255-3037 656-4169
                                                       down select suppression
                                                                     (937)        rudy.johnson@wpafb.af.mil
Using a trade studyapplication: Matured weapons bay acoustic suppression options will impact future weapon systems design a
              Military application:conceptnonorthogonal structures, truss structures, cost-effective approach. Design a structural c
                          design The structural (937) 255-3157weight-efficient and metallic structures, composite structures
                                         Mr. that leads to the most 255-3740
                                                         Falugi      (937)        michael.falugi@wpafb.af.mil
Select the wing design transport wing, Michaeltechnology developed will be applicable to large transports and other military vehi
              Military application: evaluateCrystal Wiedemannto any military UAV computer or hardware-in-the-loop simulation.
                          UAS, UAV, 1st Lt their (937) 255-8432
                                         terminal area, airfield, autonomous, deconfliction, communication
                                                        performance               crystal.wiedemann@wpafb.af.mil
Develop prototype systems andThis technology would apply through high-fidelity that intends to operate in the terminal area (wit
              Military application: Besides the typical applications for MAVs (reconnaissance/surveillance, flight control, autopilots,
                          MAV, microDr. Michael OL
                                           air vehicle, Phase I wing, gust existing fixed-wing wing, aeroelastic, tagging), the multidiscip
                                                         flexible relative 656-7868
                                                                     (937)        Michael.Ol@wpafb.af.mil
Demonstrate the simulation environment from (937) 255-1196 to alleviation, flappingand flapping-wing MAVs. Compare estima
              Military Application: Operationally(937) propulsion access (rapidsweep to demonstrate optimization ability. Incorp
                          hypersonic,Ms. Heidi Meicenheimer
                                          combined design tool. space parametric turn-around, inexpensive shock-boundary layer
                                                        responsive Perform heidi.meicenheimer@wpafb.af.mil
 Expand matrix of test cases/features for new cycle, 255-3538 integration, inlet, nozzle, mode transition, launch for satellites an
              Military application: Military application:Algorithms and processing techniques optimize the in military systems requi
                          Remote sensing/standoff detection, pre-processing algorithms, multispectral/hyperspectral Develop ada
                                         Tony Ratkowski  algorithms (781) 377-8900
                                                                      for         anthony.ratkowski@hanscom.af.mil
Perform analyses and demonstrate efficacy of(781) 377-3655target. Assess, validate and will be useful algorithms. imaging, and
              Military application: and validateRadiation Tolerance, leaps RHBP, Radiation Hardened CMOS, Radiation Harde
                          Radiation Hardened, Phase I solutions. 853-2205
                                         Creigh Gordon systems need  (505)        creigh.gordon@kirtland.af.mil
Finalize detail design, prototypeFuture military (505)846-6079hugeRHBD,in the ability to acquire, process, and distribute informa
              Military application: This technology is applicable to military satellites and is enabling for higher to particle and EOL
                          Solar Cell material properties for Coating Deposition Technologies, Solar Arrays, Optical Properties, ra
                                         Mr. John Merrill
                                                        Adhesive, solar 846-7877
                                                                     (505)        john.merrill@kirtland.af.mil
Optimize the coverglass adhesiveCover Glass (505) 853-3427 cells. Establish metrics including resistance radiation orbits.UVRa
              Military application: The and fabricate seals ion prototypejohn.merrill@kirtland.af.mil
                          batteries, lithium ion, Merrill 853-3427
                                         Mr. John Li-Ion,
                                                        of lithium for batteries that would be suitable for LEO and GEOdensity with im
                                                                      power, energylithium ion depth-of-discharge, energy missions
Apply results from Phase I to designavailability(505)space (505) 846-7877storage,battery cells. Test and evaluate performance
              Military application: and validate systems need much larger memory capacity than currently available through rad-
                          Radiation Hardened SDRAM, solutions. 853-2205
                                         Creigh Gordon (505)846-6079 (505)        creigh.gordon@kirtland.af.mil
Finalize detail design, prototypeMilitary spacePhase I Single Event Effects, Total Ionizing Dose, Memory, Access Time, Data St
              Military application: All DoDSolarMerrill Thinmultijunction space Cells,cells for Power, Solar Arrays deliver a scaleable
                          High-Efficiency Johninnovative Multijunction john.merrill@kirtland.af.mil power and
                                         Mr. an Cells, 853-3427 to produce thin Space electric
                                                       (505)         (505)        Solar
 Design, demonstrate, and characterizespacecraft useapproach8467877 solarmultijunction solar cells,generation. Solar arrays
              Military application: The contractor 505-846-5813
                          radiation effects on electronics,ofto transition components device)-per-cubic-centimeter system, address
                                         James prototypes a gigascale (order single event transients
                                                                                  james.lyke@kirtland.af.mil
The contractor shall demonstrate practicalLykewill seeksingle event effects, billionto major DoD systems. Commercial applicatio
              Military application: Militaryrad-hard, low-power, dense packaging of high-performance electronicspossible. The Ph
                          asynchronous,prove that ultra-low power, highjames.lyke@kirtland.af.mil technology is in a pervasive s
                                          to systems   505-846-5813
Demonstrate systems constructed James Lyke benefit fromelectronics                 component density device
              Military application: The prototype(s). Raise concept Technology Readiness Level
                          deployable,Jeremy Banick
                                           envisionedradio-frequency,
                                                          antenna is needed forjeremy.banik@kirtland.af.millow cost and rapid fabrication
                                                                                   DoD RF missions requiring
Further refine concept and developstructures, 505-846-9369 antenna, membrane, reflector (TRL). Develop cost and manufac
              Military application: AFRL Brandon Arritt853-2611 846-7877
                          Symbiotic Structures, to satellite programs Conduct EM and mechanical testing, Infrared, Microwave
                                         hardware Multifunctional Structures, Electromagnetic Radiation, Optical,
                                                       (505)         (505)        brandon.arritt@kirtland.af.mil
Refine concept, develop prototype Mr.and majorAFRL specification.can procure the technology in order to provide greater perfo   detailed evalu
              Military application: Miniaturized sensorsminiaturized instrument developed future ionospheric specification (1) for
                          satellite, miniaturized instrument,small
                                          prototype for the on accelerometer, space weather, neutral I. Include these tasks:
                                                                                  chin.lin@hanscom.af.mil
Produce a functioning engineering Dr. Chin Lin(781) 377-2076 satellites are essential forin Phasedensity, thermal plasmaandImp
              Military application: Application to (405) 736-2736 7364178
                          Component volume MRO facility that can beand easily extensible to similar DoD the productioncould hav
                                           Presentation, JIT, Material
                                                       Bowman systems Material by managers involved in operations. It lines, sho
Develop a tool to be used by a lowMr. Randelall weapons (405)Flow,assessedStaging randel.bowman@tinker.af.mil
              Military application: ResultsKarl washable line Method A, Method D, and general series technical and perform tests
                          FluorescentMr. would Inspection, (405) 739-4822
                                           Penetrant be(405) 734-1881including dry powder hydrophilic emulsifier, form a, form b, form
                                                                                  karl.kraft@tinker.af.mil
Obtain necessary equipment for one water Kraft used to change specificationsdeveloper (spray application) order to permitcuse
                          SF6, Sulfur Mr. present inTamirat (405) radar systems, such as airborne warning and control systems
                                            is Solomon Greenhouse gas, dielectric
                                                            airborne military
              Military application: SF6Hexafluride,replacement (Full or 5412      solomon.tamirat@tinker.af.mil
Work with the government on approval of SF6(405) 736-5255 736 mixture) by showing same or better results can be achieved
              Military application: Application to all a MRO environment, randel.bowman@tinker.af.mil
                          Multi-Echelon, Logistics weapons (405) 7364178
                                         Mr. Randel (405) 736-2736
                                                       Bowman systems and extensible to how all DoD operations. It could have a sig
Develop a management decision tool based on Management, throughput                 demonstrating similar constraints (personnel, material, to
              Military best method discovered in phase I to report and track status of aircraft frame structure. Commercial applic
Further develop theapplication: Widespread multi-use application—for airframes, and any existing items. Show how sensors wo
                                         Mike airframe, 734-2834
                                                       (405)                      cracking, detection Diaz
                          Remote Sensor, Sneed structural damage, mike.sneed@tinker.af.mil      Hannah 405-736-5221
              Military results of the PHI research into 777-0359 devicesteve.rasmussen@hill.af.mil the training activities which
                          Visible Applicable to any Military or V,EPA,Compliance Field demonstrate
                                                       (801) a portable            prototype.
Further develop theapplication:Opacity,Digital,Low Cost,TitleGovernment operation with maintenance or prototype under various
                                         Mr. Steve Rasmussen (801) 777-0359
              Military application: Many applications in 777-5733 training and simulation throughoutIDoD. Helmet, Simulator, Grap
                          Deployable,Mr. Logan Williams Retroreflective, Helmet Mounted Phase and technical report.
                                           Compact, Scanner, (801) 586-1866
                                                       (801) modeling,            logan.williams@hill.af.mil
Phase II will result in prototyping, demonstrating, and testing the concept proposed underOptics, Laser,aCommercial application
              Military application: Hydrophobic,Nguyen586-3737 586-3756
                          Radome, a prototypenon-delaminating most chuc.nguyen@hill.af.mil processesall military applicationsa
                                         Mr. Chuc (801) delamination, dielectric, sandwich panel, successfully in while ensuring all RF
                                                                     (801)         economically beneficial
The contractor shall manufacturehydrophobic,radome using theradomes may be utilizedsolid laminate, low-cost manufacturing,
              This devicespace testing, James Burnsathe many range james.burns@arnold.af.mil
                           would be of great interest to 454-3650 test facilities that operate at cryogenic (> 0.15 m/sec) for cryovac
                                         Mr. system (931) 1-meter 454-6348
                                                       over          (931)
Develop and demonstrate a prototypelinear motor, cryogenic motor at maximum speeds achievable temperature and need dyn
              Military application: Viable Richard(931) 454-6225
                          force measurement, hypersonic, high temperature gage, strain on components
                                         Dr. system as described above. richard.roberts@arnold.af.mil
                                                        Roberts
Develop and demonstrate a prototype applications include stress/strain measurementsmeasurement of high temperature dev
              Military application: a prototyperesponse454-6225 above.
                          jet interaction, high system as described
                                         Dr. Richard(931) valves, impulse include a high
                                                        Roberts                   richard.roberts@arnold.af.mil
Development and demonstrate Transient Jet Interaction applications measurementsresponse valves and impulse measuremen
              Military application: A Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy, CARS, Optical Diagnostics, Laser Diagnostics
                            Coherent fiber fiber-based system is applicable Raman Spectroscopy system.
                                          Ron Bishel 931-454-7734                ron.bishel@arnold.af.mil
Develop and demonstrate a prototype optic CARS Coherent Anti-Stokesto turbine combustors, turbine test facilities and hyperso
              Military application: Military jet rotating described signal processing
                            vibration analysis, engine maintenance and ron.bishel@arnold.af.mil
                                          Ron Bishel as machinery,
Develop and demonstrate a prototype system 931-454-7734above. overhaul facilities will be able to accurately determine the ac
              Military application: Homeland Security efforts to protect power plants, dams, facility plants and other potential targe
                            communication, system networkfollowing capabiities: 1) wearable communicators, 2) secure transmiss
                                          1st Lt Ken Wu (931) the
Develop and demonstrate the prototypewireless,with454-4365                       ken.wu@arnold.af.mil
              Military application: This technologyprojection, multi-spectral, flickerless all imaging temperature operate usedlow r
                            low background, scene(661) 277-5946 sceneabraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil background, tem
                                          Mr. multi-spectral projection
                                                            Atachbarian             based on the Phase I effort, that can
Develop and demonstrate a prototype Abraham will be used for device,projection for display, low EO sensor packagesat low for te
              Military application: This device will(661)application at any abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
                            Total Trihalomethanes,based on theBy-Products, Safe Drinking Water Act States and abroad which d
                                          Mr. device, Disinfectant
                                                          find 277-5946           DOD suitable for the United
Develop and demonstrate a prototype Abraham AtachbarianPhase I results,installation inmeasuring TTHM concentrations in wa
              Military application: The results of this effort will be utilized extensivelyincluding the mapping of data betweenlaborato
                            Data Exchange, Semantic Retrieval, metadata language by the various DoD T&E centers and system
                                             Update and improve the
                                                        (661) 277-5946           abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
Develop tools designed in Phase I.Mr. Abraham AtachbarianData Analysis, Data Acquisition, XML, Mathematical and Computer
              Military application: A portable Landfill, Ethanol, Methanol, the amount of waste, generated atto produce a high graa
                            Fuel prototype Abrahambiofuel reactor using the technology developed in Phase I military installations
                                          Mr. portable Atachbarian
                                                        (661) 277-5946
Develop and demonstrate a Cell, Biomass,biofuel reactor would reduce Deploy      abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
              Military methodology, demonstrated in Phaseflight be applicable to fullof aircraft or airborne assets. It will Flutter, Fli
                            Model Updating, Reducedsupport I,
                                          Mr. Abraham Order Modeling, Proper Orthogonal Decomposition, Aeroelasticity, also find a
                                                        (661) 277-5946             of all forms aircraft configurations. Develop and produc
Further develop theapplication: This software willAtachbarianto testingabraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
              Military applications: report the results be a prototype WBTMD numerous military aircraft and ground vehicles. It wi
                            Wireless, Brake, Tire, Temperature, Pressure, Instrumentation, Manned, I design.
                                          WBTMD could of277-5946
                                                        (661) used in            abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
Develop, test, demonstrate, and A Mr. Abraham Atachbarian the testing of based upon the PhaseUnmanned, Aircraft.
              Military application: This effort will benefit the military segment of the aviation industry. The use of a high-fidelity sim
                            Fluid Structure Interaction, Aeroelastic, a fully developed and validated coupled field analysis code.
                                          Mr. Abraham in Phase I into
                                                        (661) 277-5946           abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
Refine the modeling technologies demonstrated Atachbarian Aerothermoelastic, Coupled Field Analysis, instability, modeling,
               the contractor in partnership infrared focal plane arrays,for radiation Lynette Brown verify in developed prototype
                            infrared detectors; with(703) 882-6188 882-6370
                                          Meimei Tidrow  a suitable production meimei.tidrow@mda.miland 255-9907
                                                                    (703)         radiation hardening, bandpass filters.
                                                                                               testing test(937)
In Phase II,Either solely, oris required to have components available foundry, implement, performed on the full scale the Phase I
              The technologies developed as a result of thePhase II contract(s) I, design and fabricate a prototype concept that
                            Electrical Power, Space Power, Power Generation,
                                          Ken Hunt (505) 846-4959     prototype in Phase will be applicable to 854-5958 military and com
                                                                                 ken.hunt@kirtland.af.mil
                                                                                              Sam Stuart(812) many other
Using the lessons learned from fabricating and testingthe (505) 853-2205 Power Storage, Power Management & Distribution,cS
              The offeror analog-to-digital, sample-and-hold,(505) 846-2290 ultra-high-speed,(505) 846-5812 will design of th
                             is expectedDave Alexander 846-4499 acquisition, DoD offices to radiation-hardened
                                           to version (505) ADC suitable for david.alexander@kirtland.af.mil
                                                        of the        data        large        manufacture. The contractor
The contractor will produce a working work with other industry partners and scale Jim Lyke modify and improve the work with the
              Typical MDA militarycryogenic, Infrared Sensorsand design/develop/construct a infrared sensing, cryogen managem
                            radiator, space applications for cryogenic sensing
                                          Tom Roberts
Phase II SBIR efforts should take the innovation of Phase(505) 846-7024 systems relate to breadboard device to demonstrate
                                                        (505) 846-9630I                       Dr. Teng Ooi  (256)
                                                                                 tom.roberts@kirtland.af.mil 313-9228
              Mature the prototype, I, and Ryan Eggert estimation, Software reengineering, reverse 255-4827 X3343 system, an
                            Ada, Legacy reuse, Software255-4822 X3317 a prototype Barbara Frantom concept by HCI
                                          Capt to additional programming languages and platforms, apply to a target DoD
                                                        (937)                                  of the innovative
                                                                                                            (937)
Refine the methodology of Phase extendimplement and demonstrate ryan.eggert@wpafb.af.mil engineering, applying technolo
Demonstrate the full design developed electro (505)Tasks (505) include, and are not limited to, a detailed demonstration of keythe
              The offeror low cost target,work Williams 846-0396 calibration, characterization, modify and improve the design of te
                             is expectedAndrew with other industry partners but DoD David Founds
                                           to in Phase I.
                                                        optical, sensor, 853-3375
                                                                     shall                     offices to sounding rocket, ejection system
                                                                                                            (505) 853-3283
                                                                                 Andrew.Williams@kirtland.af.mil
              The first use of this technology Williams 846-0396 853-3375 are notpassive to,(505) 853-2914 thermal of key te
                            Laser diodeAndrew is envisioned shall Space but flux,Mike Vigil a detailed power,
                                            cooling, thermal management, high heat
                                                        (505)       (505)        Andrew.Williams@kirtland.af.mil demonstration stability,
                                                                                                  limited cooling, high
Demonstrate the technology identified in Phase I. Tasksfor theinclude, Tracking and Surveillance System (STSS). Other potent
              Work with a of prototype component independently 853-3375 and commercialize product(s) basedhardware (MEM
                            MEMS Gyroscope, inertialor 846-4699 to develop       all supporting MS&A. Fabricate prototype on the technol
Complete critical designcommercial company (505) system including Ronald.Ninneman@Kirtland.af.mil Pointing (ATP), beam
                                          R. Rory Ninneman sensors, gimbal motors, Acquisition, Tracking and
                                                        or rate     (505)                     Christopher(505) 846-5123
                                                                                                              Paul
              The developed technology Pashang Esfandiariinsertion potentialHot gas generator, HAN, AND
                            Solid and liquid should have direct DACS, Actuator, into a prototype (505) 853-6241
                                          Dr. mono-propellants,
                                                        (703) 681-3543           pashang.esfandiari@mda.mil
                                                                                              Edward Barth demonstrates the proof of con
Implement one of the promising approaches identified during phase I. Fabricate missile defense systems.     that
              Develop characterize prototypesgyros, proposed technologies and demonstrate functionality. Demonstrate feasibil
                            interceptor, avionics, of the 955-3223 955-1432 or Gary Reisenwitz
                                           plan to manufacture the sensor system,
                                                        (256)       (256)        dimitrios.lianos@smdc.army.mil in Phase II, and assist
Design, develop andand execute aDimitrios Lianos accelerometer, electronics component(s)(256) 955-1762        developed
               fabricate a Synergistic Eugene Fosness that could be demonstrated in Radiation developedenvironment.and Optics
                             prototype aStructures, (703) 882-6117 882-6370
                                           plan to concept
                                                        Integrated Structures, Kill Vehicles, a representative KV in Phase II, The goal
                                                                    (703)        Eugene.fosness@mda.mil 882-6175
                                                                                              Joe Ratliffe(703)
Design andDevelop and execute structuralmanufacture the sensor system, or component(s)Shielding, Communications,assist
Optimize resultsalgorithmsI, evaluate and mature algorithms developedProcessing, Flight Control, 955-5942
              The of Phase developed under the PhaseGuidance, Data in PhaseNoel Paschalprocess for missile defense syste
                            Control Algorithms, Estimation, II effort will beTracy.Wentworth@mda.mil Interceptors, The goal is to tr
                                          Tracy Wentworth 882-7069 882-6361
                                                        (703)       (703)                      I acquisition(256)
                                                                                   inserted the and validate the algorithms. Neural Network
              Develop and execute a avionics, communication, power, system, or component(s) technological hurdles. Demonst
                             and engineering scale-up of 955-3778 technology; processors, data (256) 955-3223Phase II,
                                           plan Engle(256) proposed 955-3614
                                                                    (256)        doug.engle@smdc.army.mil
                                                                                              Dimitrios Lianos
                                                                                                             processors, in
Demonstrate feasibilityinterceptor, Doug to manufacture the avionics signalidentify and addressdeveloped electronics. and assis
The approachthis phase, the contractor on electronics, of mission designs. UsingMichael established requirements for use inin P
              In must be radiation effectsinwillwide range radiation854-1751comply with hardware test technology development M
                             flexible for use a Turflingercomponents to fully sensors, the Deiler the883-1919
                                          Thomas produce854-1670 hardening,
                                                        (812)       (812)                       the results(850)
                                                                                                             of
                                                                                 thomas.turflinger@navy.mil methods
              Develop and execute a a prototype(703) active, sensor system,
                            Remote Sensing,to manufacture the passive, meimei.tidrow@mda.milSpectral component) and demons
                                           plan Multispectral Imaging, Discrimination, IR Detectors, developed in Phase II, and Materia
                                                          of        (703)        or dual-mode seeker Lianos (or Characteristics of assist
                                                                                              Dimitrios system
Design, develop, and characterize Meimei Tidrowthe882-6188 882-6370 or component(s)(256) 955-3223
              Expand data and/ormeasurements (256) 955-3645 Propagation, Drag, Trajectorycommercial satellites.
                              and lift models Freeman
                                           Debris, Lift,and/or predictions using space launches andParks Phase I.
                                                          Aerodynamics, 955-1608
                                                                    (256)        Garry.Freeman@us.army.mil
                                                                                              Ricardo L. (256)
Perform fragment drag Fragments,Garryto debris related to commercial the approach developed in 955-5822A wide range of frag
               Develop the architecture and ultraviolet, visible, andenvironment, clouds, airglowcomprehensive military/commerci
                            radiation transport, earthshine, skyshine,377-8900 models robust and
                                          James models developed
                                                        (781)       (781) infrared
                                                                                 james.brown@hanscom.af.mil
PHASE II: Transition earthshine/skyshine H. Brown 377-4412 under Phase 2 to a and computer algorithms consistent and com
              This for a transitional Thomas Smithpreparing the code developedplume-hardbodyfor 955-3876 to the user hybrid
                             shall be directed plumes; boost phase signatures; high under high thrust distribution
                                          flow; towards
The architecturephasecode shall be developed which shall incorporate the keyaltitude;Phase(256) engines; phenomena, as iden
                                                        (661) 275-5432 275-5471
                                                                    (661)                     Carol Barclay interaction CFD; DSMC; comm
                                                                                 thomas.smith@edwards.af.mil  II
Using the approaches developed and demonstrated955-3645 space collisions involving resident space physics-based tools and
              Expand tools to address damage and debris from I, 955-1608 high-fidelity, first-principle, objects.
                            Fragments,Garry Freeman in Phase prepare the
                                           Debris, Intercept, Hydrocode, Lethality
                                                        (256)       (256)                     Ricardo L. Parks
                                                                                                            (256)
                                                                                 Garry.Freeman@us.army.mil955-5822
Implement the proposed plans, verify modularLethality, Hypervelocity,dimitrios.lianos@smdc.army.milcan be used across a broa
              Once fully developed, the that new(256) 955-3223 design Hydrocodes, Shock-to-Detonation, Deflagration-to-Deton
                            Interceptor,Dimitrios Lianos algorithms955-3614
                                           Hit-to-Kill, coded
                                                          software meets will begoals, andBarryactual (256)from relevant test activities an
                                                                    (256)            integrateduse a product that
                                                                                                 into Pollard
                                                                                                            data 955-1431
Identify all phenomenology signature processes that275-5432 275-5471 flow, reacting flow; plumes, boost phase signatures,
              Transition advancedexit plane; rocket performance; two-phase the lowto supportthrust 882-6091 system. Demonst
                            nozzles; methodology (661) are required to model used and high (703) propellant Apply software to
                                          Thomas Smith existing signature models
                                                        into        (661)                     Gregory Cord
                                                                                 thomas.smith@edwards.af.mil  MDA elements.
              Demonstrate findings of phase I, demonstrate the technology by fabricating, structures technology. Resistance; Ra
                            Missiles; Thermal Japzon Thermal Insulation;eddie.japzon@mda.mil testing a Vibration Provide a poten
                                                                                   Lightweight; Shock Ooi, Ph.D. prototype on a represent
Based on the results and new open/modular, non-proprietary composite materials and/or and(256) 313-9228
                                                        (703)       (703)
                                          Eddie Control; 882-6313 882-6227                    Teng K. Resistance;
                feasibility of is to density, energy density, the (812)power manufacturing process(703) 882-6318demonstrating its
                            power successfully implement conformability, battery, lithium, rechargeable, MDA and other customers
                                            generation and 854-5958 854-2043
                                                                     new         storage technology for use by space,
                                                                                              Steve Linder
Validate theThe intention the powerSam Stuart(812)storage device or samuel.stuart@navy.miltechnology by solar, photovoltaic us
              Complete technology transition and successful (703) 882-6227of a new product technology. This demonstration sho
                            Composites, Divert via(703) 882-6321 Validate the Temperature Material, Insulation, Non-Destructive
                                           and Stottlemyer milestones.
                                                           key       demonstration
                                                                                 Gregory.stottlemyer@mda.mil
Implement the manufacturing plan GregquantifyAttitude Control System, High feasibility of the material or component by demon
              Establish industry standards for lifeElectronics(812) 854-6601 developedRadar component/line replaceable module
                            Electronics Chuck Pagelprediction tools of utilize Low Cost technologies 882-6318
                                          Packaging, (812) 854-2382   Miniaturization,
                                                                                 chuck.pagel@navy.mil (703) and procedures
                                                                                              Steve Linder
Produce, demonstrate and test statistically significant quantitiesanda system design specificT/R Modules, Reliabilityto predict lon
                feasibility of the contractor will apply the thermal vacuumsteve.leclair@mda.mil phases to mass, cold MDAtestin
                            integrated dewar assemblies, innovation882-6227
                                          Dr. Steve LeClair 882-6317 demonstrated in manufacturing, packaging, validation by tran
                                                        (703)       (703)          housing, cryogenic two
Validate theIn this phase,electro-optical product technologies described above by the first operation, coldone or more shield,elem
              Demonstrate the new process technology as part per thesteve.linder@mda.milCoating demonstrate these technolo
                            Lead-free, Ball-Grid Array, in Whisker, 882-6227 military Evaluate and
                                          Steve Linder  (703) 882-6318 an existing II Conformal in particular one
                                                                    (703)         Phase       Chuck Pagel
Refine the technologies and processes developedTinPhase I,of Risk Mitigation,plan.program,(812) 854-2382 that is flowing dow
Demonstrate and validate the AT production enhancements into a critical systemHyong Chang Exploit estimateleveleffective
              Integrate selected use of(AT), Electronics, Volume protection, Reverse Engineering, a854-6463
                            Anti-Tamper AT production enhancements via one or more prototype for BMDS system the test-bed
                                          Douglas Simon 882-6211 882-6227
                                                        (703)       (703)                       technology, (812)
                                                                                 douglas.simon@mda.milefforts and
              Integrate technology into BMDS system 882-7069 Sensortechnology in aOliver(937) 255-4709 X3166data Proces
                            Inferencing on Phase I (703) and (703)
                                          Algorithms,results demonstrate tracy.wentworth@mda.mil environment using
                                                          Decision demonstrate Fusion; Data Fusion; updated system. Partnership m
                                                                                  the         Mark realistic
Update/develop technology based Tracy Wentworth and Theory,882-6361 total capability of theSensor Integration; Signalfromwit
Perform further development of the algorithm in order to enhance its counter-countermeasure, radara wide variety ofElement Pr
              Integrate the technology into the BMDScountermeasure, functionalityDr. Roger Sullivan
                            clutter, clutter suppression, system in coordination with BMDSrun it against
                                          Tracy Wentworth 882-7069 882-6361
                                                        (703)       (703)                       and System Engineering
                                                                                                            (703)
                                                                                 tracy.wentworth@mda.mil 882-6185and the clutter cas
              Integrate Game Theory; Rogertoresource management;roger.sullivan@mda.milof the Element
                               technology into the BMDS system in coordination with each player (703) other‘s capabilities and pay-
                                           Phase 1 (703) 882-6185 882-6361
                                                         include
Develop and update the models in Dr. sensorSullivan incomplete knowledge bythe BMDS C2BMC882-7069 Program Office. Pa
                                                                    (703)                     Tracy management; countermeasures
                                                                                  weapon resourceWentworth
Design, develop, and characterize Dr.process forlarge format IRFPA Active Sensors, Passive(256) 955-3223
              Develop a manufacturingprototype(703) 882-6188 882-6370 or ladarDimitrios Lianos
                            Discrimination, Meimei Tidrowlarge format IRFPA
                                          a IR Detectors, Ladar receiver, or ladar receiver and demonstrate its functionality. Investig
                                                          a the     (703)                       receiver and Sensor, Missile Sensing, Sens
                                                                                                              IR
                                                                                 Meimei.Tidrow@mda.mil assist the RemoteDefense Agen
              Transition forecast infrared (IR)into a forecast (781) 377-8900
                            weather in James IH.satellite 377-4412 sensorDemonstrate commercial and feasibility of the software
                                          Phase
Evolve the approach developedforecasting, satellite imagery prototype to DoD and the potential space intelligence surveillancefo
                                                       Brown imagery,
                                                        (781)                    management, adaptive(703) 882-7069
                                                                                              Tracy Wentworthtasking,
                                                                     capability. james.brown@hanscom.af.mil satellite ground applicatio
              Target MDA industrial partners for (wide bandgap semiconductors, GaN,David Via937) 255-1874 BMDSradar, heat
                            Thermal management, technology (937) 255-4913
                                          John manufacturing processes. with potentialG. power amplifiers,or more arraybe achieved
Develop and demonstrate cost effective Blevins                       transition Validate thermal, reliability and cost benefits to systems.
                                                          937) 255-9872                         integration (into
                                                                                 john.blevins@wpafb.af.mil one phased
Refine/update concept(s)the newon Phase I results. 955-1488 955-3614 the technology in (703) 882-7069system-level test be
              Demonstrate based Electromagnetic Interference, Electromagnetic Pulse, Wentworth Microwave, Radar, X-Bandt
                            Anti-Jam, technologies(256) Evaluate/demonstrate
                                          Larry Altgilbers operation as part of a complete system or a realistic laboratory environment
                                                          via       (256)                     Tracy High Poweroperation
                                                                                 Larry.Algilbers@smdc.army.mil in a
              Establish final array design Array, Interconnections 854-6601 modules distributedin 955-4923
                            Radar, Phased andA. Pagel 854-2382
                                          Charles manufacture (812)
                                                        (812)        amplification on
                                                                                 chuck.pagel@navy.mil (256)
                                                                                              S. produced elemental amplifiers, a backplan
Develop the proposed advanced module including powera 2D array of the the card, Alan MitchellPhase II mounted inbias capac
Refine concept(s) developed new technologies(202) 404-8378 demonstrations. Evaluate the(256) 955-2747system-level test be
              Demonstrate the in phase I to allow nearMIMO, spatio-temporal coding, mainlobe cancellation
                            Distributed Apertures, STAP, real-time 404-2561
                                          Michael Walder operation as part of a complete system or phase I technology to demonstrate
                                                          via       (202)                     Gisele Wilson
                                                                                 Michael.walder@nrl.navy.mil  operation in a
              Production of robust applicationA. Photonic Links, Radar,increase provided Walderhardware over the current radar te
                            Microwave Photonics; Pagel 854-2382 854-6601
                                          Charles ready, the 5,(812)
                                                        (812)         photonic chuck.pagel@navy.mil (202) 404-8378
                                                                                 Packaging Mike by the
Develop a prototype photonic circuit. Demonstrate TRLperformanceinterconnections and components for utilization in MDA/mili
              Prepare detailed plansreal-time trusted management system, network critical management, intrusion prevention,
                            distributed Gary Stevens
                                          for and implement demonstrated gary.stevens@mda.mil(321) and commercial applications
                                                        (703) 882-6504 882-6307
                                                                    (703)        demonstrates advancement 853-0321
                                                                                              Richard Sirmons
Develop and demonstrate prototype platform/software/hardware thatcapabilities onsecurity military of distributed near-real-time,c
              Prepare detailed plans Gary Stevens
                            intrusion prevention, intrusion detection, 882-6307 code, on critical military and state
                                          for and implement demonstrated gary.stevens@mda.mil to discover variances from the re
                                                        (703) 882-6504 malicious
                                                                    (703)        demonstrates the ability
Develop and demonstrate prototype platform/software/hardware thatcapabilities cyber security, Secure commercial applications
              Pursue partnership with information security,on Phase I results the government technology will receive immediate
                             of technology based upon based information gary.stevens@mda.mil
                                          Gary Stevens  DOD prime-contractors since
                                                                    (703)        assurance, computer networks, security policy, environme
Continue development composition, traditional (703) 882-6504 882-6307 and demonstrate applicationsin a realistic security st
              Prepare detailed plans IP, cyber security,882-6504 network
                            Voice over Gary Stevens
                                          for and implementcomputer 882-6307
                                                        (703) demonstrated gary.stevens@mda.mil to enforce the security policies ne
                                                                    (703)        demonstrates the ability
Develop and demonstrate prototype platform/software/hardware thatcapabilities on critical military and commercial applications
             Demonstrate and validate the AT volumevolume protection technologiescritical system technology,854-6463
                           Integrate selected use of Volume Protection, Reverse intoDouglas.simon@mda.mil
                                        Anti-Tamper, AT protection 882-6211 882-6227
                                                      Douglas Simon technologies Engineering, Exploit, Electronics for a BMDS estimate the eff
                                                                   (703)         (703)                    or more prototype efforts and system level tes
                                                                                              a into oneHyong Chang   (812)
                           The contractor will work toward technology integrationrelevant demonstration of weapons typing and explore the pa
                                        Weapons Typing, technology to enable a into the BMDS System with fusion
                                                      Joey Wang(703) 697-6444               joey.wang@mda.mil
             The contractor should further develop theKill assessment, discrimination, RF/IR mutli-spectral the C2BMC Program Office and
                           Integrate the technology intoWang(703) systemAllocation,joey.wang@mda.mil (703) 882-7069 environment Defen
                                        Optimization, Adaptive Scheduling, in coordination with BMDS Wentworth a realistic
                                                      Joey Phase 1 697-6444                   Engagement Planning, interceptor, Ballistic Missile using
                                                                                                         the technology in
             Develop/update the technology based onthe BMDSto provide a demonstration of Tracy System Engineering and the Element Pr
                           Integrate the technology intoWang703-697-6444 coordination with BMDS System Engineering environment using
                                        Track correlation, Sensor 1 system in demonstration of Tracy Wentworth a realistic
                                                      Joey Phase Fusion, Data               joey.wang@mda.mil (703)
                                                                                                         the
             Develop/update the technology based onthe BMDSto provide a Fusion, Multi-sensor technology in 882-7069and the Element Pr
             Refine the solution. Demonstratesolution. Complete 882-6254 motor heather.simko@mda.milintegration intoto use the proper d
                           Continue refiningdesign, insensitive propellants, solid rocket motor design, booster, missile, ballistic system. Work w
                                        case the the solution on a solid rocket 882-6361 testing and begin
                                                      Heather Simko any additional required at either analog (256) 430-4062 a protection
                                                                   (703)         (703)       model                     scale or scaled
                                                                                                         Stephanie Wacenske
             Develop a small-scaleindustry andfuels, hypergolic liquid propulsion, shipboardthe technology in energetics development progra
                           Work with LHP systemHeather Simko demonstration to show its of safety
                                        Hypergolic government labs 882-6254 882-6361 safety ability, considering Navy shipboard applicatio
                                                        or technology to plan the introduction
                                                                   (703)         (703)                   Stephanie Wacenske
                                                                                            heather.simko@mda.mil     (256) 430-4062
             Improve the technology. Refine and test plan and berocket motor design, booster, missile, ballistic 430-4062 of phase II. The p
                           Continue improving the testing Simko 882-6254 882-6361
                                        insensitive propellants, (703) able toWork withheather.simko@mda.mil labsat the end
                                                      Heather thesolid
                                                                     technology. provide a prototype and demonstration to introduce the technology
                                                                                 (703)        industry and government protection
                                                                                                         Stephanie Wacenske
                                                                                                                      (256)
                           Design andAirborne Laser,in Phase I as directed by the government. Conduct fabrication, integration, testing, and t
                                         build a 1/10th Chemical demonstratingLaser (COIL), Singlet Deltamaintenance advantages in a labor
                                                      Roger Weldon 846-7657
                                                                   (505)
             Execute the Program Plan developed scale SOG,Oxygen (505) 846-0748             roger.weldon@kirtland.af.mil
                                                                                 Iodine device light weighting and Oxygen
                           Design modeled in full scale accomplish hemispherical reflectance conductdemonstrating its abilitysensor/hardwarea
                                         build a Laser, functioning 846.3282down select and device, detailed modeling and to be calibrated
                                                      Robert Ulibarri a further 846-1625
             From the concepts andAirbornePhase I,hemispherical reflectance, Temperature dependant reflectance, Temperature dependan
                                                                   (505)         (505)      Robert.Ulibarri@kirtland.af.mil
                           Work with a of prototype components and/orPointing,including all supporting MS&A. Fabricate a minimum of twoPo
                                                       rate sensors; independently develop single (LOS) product line Acquisition, Tracking and de
             Complete critical designcommercial company (505) 846-4699 853-3375 sight sensorstabilization; 853-3990 the technology dev
                                        Gyroscope;R. Rory Ninneman or Inertial sensor Line of
                                                                                 (505)                   Lt. Grant Philipson
                                                                                                                      (505) based
                                                                                            Ronald.Ninneman@Kirtland.af.mil on
             Execute the Program Plan developed in prototypeOxygen (505) 846-0748 easeIodine, Iodine(505) 853-6861 shipping alterna
                           Design andAirborne Laser, Chemical as directed by the government.ofConduct fabrication, integration, testing, and t
                                         build a full scale Phase I LRU, demonstrating (COIL), Dr. Thomas Injection
                                                      Roger Weldon 846-7657 Laser its
                                                                   (505)         Iodine                    handling, storage
                                                                                                                        Jones
                                                                                            roger.weldon@kirtland.af.mil capability,
                           Design refinement/low Sensitivity,production. Introduce receiver‘s Receiver, Low capabilities. Prepare Tracking,the
                                        GPS, High Todd Kawakami demonstrate Military GPS high necessary to fully meet the objectives of a
                                                                    and
             Design, build, and deliver a prototype receiverRobust Operation, thedesign changessensitivitySignal-to-Noise Radioand deliverU
                                                      rate initial 310-653-3228             Todd.Kawakami@losangeles.af.mil
                                                                                 310-653-3336
                           Design refinement/low P. receiverKopcha Time (PNT), Anti-jam, Handheld Receiver, Information Assurance, of the
                                        GPS, Position, Navigation and (military GPS receiver, alternative sensor(s), and algorithm) and demons
                                                                    system
             Design, build, and deliver a prototypeDamianproduction. Introduce design changes necessary to fully meet the objectives PRON
                                                      rate initial 314-263-4454             Peter.D.Kopcha@nga.mil
                                                                                 314-263-8082
                           Be able to commercially produce a superior andUSMC forjohn.bauer.ctr@usmc.mil measure comfortably worn.
                                        flame-resistant; sets) per choice of durable FR clothing item for Marines
                                                      John Bauer(703)432-3330                 a burn injury; military clothing; can be
                                                                                                         Louis Curcio703)432-3325
                                                                                                                      (
             Produce prototype garments (30 to 100fire-resistant; thermal protection;limited field trial to further thattextile suitability and durab
                           Develop final design and generation,mission (703)432-3532 Demonstrate and deliver a prototype system using the
                                        of the suite Joanne Martin electrical conversion, recharging
                                                      under various
             Evaluate the efficiency battery, powercommercialization plans using the knowledge gained during Phases I and II.
                                                                   (703)432-3643            martinjm@mcsc.usmc.mil
                                                                                 environments.           William Story(703)432-3695
                           The contractor shall manufacture small arms integral suppressed barrels for fielded Marine Corps small evaluation
                                        Weapons;silencers;sound suppressor
                                                      George Gibbs (703)432-3676            george.gibbs@usmc.mil
                                                                                                         Salvatore Fanelli
                                                                                                                      (703)432-4949
             The contractor shall manufacture prototypes of the selected candidates and provide these prototypes for testing andarms syste
                           The contractor partner George existing grenade manufacturer to integrate theadeveloped system findings andweapo
                                        Weapons;40mm;grenade;fuse;fire control;airburst
                                                      with an Gibbs(703)432-3676             testing and Salvatore detailed report of onto a host overal
             The contractor will manufacture prototype hardware, conduct system george.gibbs@usmc.mil                 (703)432-4949
                                                                                                          submit Fanelli
                           Contract with and develop a prototype cooling subsystem. safety, toPatrick Hart(703)492-3342
                                        acoustic, noise, cooling,
                                                       vendor (General Dynamics Land Systems) signature, reduction
                                                                                            harveyct@efv.usmc.mil advanced cooling system onto th
                                                                                                (703)492-5330
                                                                                                          integrate the
             Complete concept designthe primeCraig Harveysystem, environmental,Conduct performance testing in the laboratory and subs
                           Further theDetector;Sniper;laser;direction;optic;autonomous Develop a commercial system shall be made comm
                                         system system for Gibbs
                                                      George I to commercial and practices.
                                                                   (703)432-3676            george.gibbs@usmc.mil
                                                                                                         Vincent Ellis(703)432-3580
             Build a prototype ofdevelop the from Phaseboth best commercial military applications. The resultantmarketing plan for the system
                            lessons cost trade off analysis for (703)432-3188
                                        water; bleach; sanatation; Food Service; packaging. meets user needs. Build eight units from this Co
                                                      James Jackson cost effective
                                                                   most                     james.r.jackson@usmc.mil
             IncorporateConduct learned from prototypes into compact rugged balance thatBuild four units of this type for field evaluation. de
                           The contractor will build one or more complete units
                                         one or more prototype(703)492-3327
                                                      Craig Harvey
             The contractor will builtOTM, Amphibious, Communications, HF under contract to the EFV viability, and field testing aboard the
                                                                    systems for concept development, proof of Prime Contractor suitable for operati
                                                                                 (703)492-5330
                                                                                            harveyct@efv.usmc.mil
                                                                                                         Mike Roberts (703)492-3313
                           Demonstrate design Systems; High Pressure; Thin ato include prototype and Developmental Alloys; Processes
                                        Materials concepts developed in Phase transition and implementation plan for high pressure hydraulic
                                                                   (301)342-8071                                      (301)342-4078
             Complete the preliminaryproducibility of the tubing and develop IWalled; Hydraulic Tubing;production cost estimates and detaile
                           Mature the system for field use by (301)757-0472 measurement Condition Based Maintenance; results Diffraction
                                        Residual Stress; NondestructiveNDI RS
                                                                     rugged Inspection; Tracking; prototype system based on the X-Ray of Phase I
                                                                                                                      (301)757-0486
             Develop, produce and implement a robust andmaking the system robust, rugged and field friendly. Integrate the system to deve
                           Implement Corrosion Monitoring;a (301)342-8020
                                         system production the NDE Detection; Health Monitoring; Sensors; Energy Harvesting; Energy Sca
                                                                   prototype to meet final size goals. Manufacture/procure Navy demand. Desired
             Miniaturize the Phase Ifull-scaleand developofCorrosion devices in quantities proportional to market anddemonstration test-articl
                                                                                                                      (301)342-3761
                           Refine the test an automated Hybrid Bearings; Nondestructive Evaluation;on based on theGas Turbine Engines; Q
                                        Ceramic NDE system and demonstrate a full capability system Manufacturing; technique(s) developed
                                                                   (301)342-0873                                      (301)342-0886
             Design, fabricate, and prototype Bearings;production prototype NDE/ ball handling system production representative ceramic rol
                           Implement full-scale production Detection; Nondestructive Evaluation; Structuralmarket
                                        Corrosion; prototype and optimize energy quantities proportional to (301)342-3761
                                                                   the NDE devices                                    Materials
             Miniaturize and develop a system Sensors; of (301)342-8020 inconservation strategies/designs. and Navy demand. Desired
                           Transition the prototype stabilization and control system to the government for developmental and operational flight
                                        Aerial; Refueling; Automated; Controllable; Drogues; ground)
                                                                   (732)323-4058                                      (619)545-0959
             Develop a working prototype with sufficient analysis and testing (flight and/orStabilizedto prove that the prototype is ready for a d
                           Transition the technology to ongoing DoD programs.Further improve selected methodologies so that they can be Co
                                        Nozzles; Supersonitic (301)757-0489
                                                                   I methodologies. Demonstrate that the transition of this innovation Vehicles; em
                                                                                                                      (301)342-8006
             Develop design procedures employing PhaseJets; Exhaust Jet Noise; Propulsion/Airframe Integration; Tactical Air leads to sign
                           Implement Corrosion Monitoring;a (301)342-8020
                                         system production the NDE Detection; Health Monitoring; Sensors; Energy Navy demand. perfoma
                                                                   prototype to meet final size goals. Refine to (301)342-3761
                                                                                                                      user interface and system Desired
             Miniaturize the Phase Ifull-scaleand developofCorrosion devices in quantities proportional themarket and Harvesting; Energy Sca
                           Transition intelligent engine sensor(301)757-0517 turbine engines its use on
                                        Propulsion; intelligent engine Sensors; Smart Sensors; Control Electronics;engines.
                                                                     to military gas                                    stand Full Authority Digital Engine
             Develop and test a prototype of theControl; Intelligent sensor and demonstratefor aircraft. test(937)255-5637
                           surface texturing to selected Laser(301)342-0873
                                        Gears; Bearings; aircraft subcomponents for evaluation of wear resistance and fatigue
                                                                     Texturing; Fatigue; Coatings; Wear aircraft.
             Apply laser Transition laser surface texturing and wear resistant coatings to militaryResistant(937)255-2387 life. Evaluate the
                           Expand the coordinatedfor other materials,model and NDEand structural applications.results Products; Structural Be
                                         technology micromechanical environments, technique building on (301)342-9343 combined analytic
                                                                   (301)342-9355                                      the Extend the
             Develop a quantitative,Micromechanics; Nondestructive Evaluation; Thermochemical Effects; Reaction of Phase I. Expand the
                           Implement Corrosion Monitoring;a (301)342-8020
                                         system production the NDE Detection; Health Monitoring; Sensors; Energy Harvesting; Energy Sca
                                                                   prototype to optimize energy proportional to market and Navy
                                                                                                                      (301)342-3761
             Miniaturize the Phase Ifull-scaleand developofCorrosion devices in quantitiesconservation strategies/designs. demand. Desired
                           Design, fabricate actuator; aircraft actuation; electromechanical actuator;for several secondary actuator applications
                                        smart smart 3BSN door actuator. Conductactuators suitable qualificationpower(vibration, electric tempe
                                                                     electromechanical performance and ball screw; tests actuator; shock, actuat
             Build and test a demonstratorand qualify smart(301)342-9375                                              (301)757-2061
                                        antenna; microstructure; I, select and manufacture the micro electromagnetic antenna that best meets t
                                                      Matthew Durkin
                                                                   (301)995-4201 (301)757-2747
                                                                                            matthew.durkin@navy.mil
             Leveraging the most promising results of Phase unmanned aerial system (UAS); Thomas Hane                 (301)995-4463
                                                                                                          wideband; monopole; dipole
                           Develop a commercial Daniel Harris
                                        sensor window; optical (760)939-1649
                                                      process capable andconformal window; metrology; optical figure
                                                                   finishing; metrology ofdaniel.harris@navy.mil (760)939-1629
                                                                                              a toroidal windowSullivan shape selected by Phase II,
                                                                                                         Roger (or other
             In a series of steps, demonstrate grinding, polishingof making conformal windows with spinel; ALON similar to that ofmutual agr
                           Demonstrate commercial production capability for forming and polishing full-scale domes.The dome may be truncat
                                        infrared dome, ALON, spinel, polycrystalline alumina, describedSullivan I.
                                                      Daniel Harris(760)939-1649            daniel.harris@navy.mil (760)939-1629
                                                                                                         Roger for Phase
             Subscale dome: Fabricate an optically polished ogive dome with dimensionsoptical finishing, ceramic fabrication
                             to 70 production sufficient quantities of candidate materials to duty; James test devices such a platform users bat
                                        Ionic liquids;liquids Irvin low temperature; extreme be tested in Hoover batteries
                                                        electrolytes;
                                                                   (760)939-6655 (760)939-1617
                                                                                            jennifer.irvin@navy.mil (760)939-1645
                                                                                                         charge storage;
ese materials from -70 CInitiateC. Produce ionicJenniferin commercial quantities. Prepare transition packages for specifichybrid high-rate or o
                           Initiate production efforts toelectrically proposed metamaterailsnegativePrepare transition packages for specific its im
                                        metamaterials; build the device antennas; double basedMike Neel small antenna. Demonstrate Nava
                                                      Pamela of the small in(760)939-1409
             Develop a laboratory demonstration model Overfelt     (760)939-3958            Pamela.overfelt@navy.mil
                                                                                                            materials;
                                                                                  commerical quantities. electrically left handed materials; advanced c
                           Support rigorous testing in Phase (619)553-7804
                                        software, interoperability, communications, which will be performed by the JTRS test laboratory and thir
                                                      Lisa Salisbury a fully-functional software SDR
                                                                   I into                   lisa.salisbury@navy.milprototype tool
             Develop the concepts demonstratedof the software‘s functionality, tool, JTRS, ―beta version‖ (619)553-1467that measures a mak
                                                                                 (616)767-4261           Anthony Haile
                           Provide fabricating several de la wishing to have fully integrated 60K superconductor/CMOS circuits with up to sev
                                        superconductor, hundred Josephson junctions, analog superconducting devices and CMOS devices, es
                                                      Paul YBCO, CMOS,
                                                                   (619)553-3912            houssaye@spawar.navy.mil
                                                                                                         Anna Leese de Escobar
             Develop process forfoundry service to parties Houssaye cryoelectronics, silicon-on-sapphire (SOS)        (619)553-5987
                            construct prototype developedKordela be sopoints of operationend Geolocation,(619)524-7891
                                        Parallelizability prototype to
                                                      William in (619)524-7316 it can at the for of this evaluated by operational forces. The Al
                                                                    of floating (619)524-7374
                                                                                 that       william.kordela@navy.mil
                                                                                                         Wayne Bratt The demonstration will include pr
             Design andRefine the and engineering & scalePhase II demonstratedbe fabricated and phase.Geolocation, Radio Frequency,refi
                           Follow-on activities of Gunter Brunhart and integrate the sensor into a opportunities to524-0022 Develop the hard
                                        UGS, JTRS;expected to be
                                                        SDR; GPS; SAASM; PPS
                                                                   (703)588-0566            gunter.brunhart@hqda.army.mil
                                                                                                         Alan Sweeney (619) integrate
             Implement and test a prototypearethe GPS sensor pursued by the offeror, seeking representative UGS node.the developed firmw
                           of the work Bottom focus on implementing directly to the edward.mozley@navy.mil the acoustic constructing the co
                                         should Backscatter; environmental testing the Naval sensor;Piwowarcharacterization; seabed classific
                                                      Ed Mozley (858)537-0230      database, acoustic architecture (619)524-7921
                                                                                             prototype Tom bottom     for
             This phase The prototype capability will be transitionedand(619)524-3034 Oceanographic Office for use in model structure, ne
                           Based on the prototypeEverett Jacobsphotonics; electro-optic modulator; Mach Zehnder modulator; a prototype Lit
                                        RF photonics; microwave phase Based
                                                        device fabrication. II, continuing development shall lead(619)524-7316of commercial grade
                                                                    in                       phase I design, fabricate production
                                                                                                         William Kordelato
             Develop the required processes for developed (619)553-1614 on the jacobs@spawar.navy.mil and characterizewaveguides; EO
                           Develop Phase I to design, SATCOM
                                        advanced materials, advanced filter for use full-duplex, expendable, tethered buoy in UHF Phased that
                                                      UHF develop, construct, and test hartkaka@npt.nuwc.navy.milsolution or
                                                                                             a 3-inch, UHF the proposed
                                                                                                          of SATCOM, submarine-launched, expendab
             Utilize the findings ofthe integrated Kimberly HartkaDiplexer design, inprototype(s)Grant Miller(401)832-5699 environments Arra
                                                                   (401)832-4744 (401)832-3303
                              Refine themodeling, SATCOM,tool based on the preliminaryreal-world needs.• Design and develop research and
                                         UHF Reuse CONOPS(619)524-7768
                                                      planning UHF,more accurately reflect design Pat Browne(858)537-8617
                                                                     to                     jack.nicholson@navy.mil from
                                                                                                          and POA&M
             • Develop a•prototype UHF Reuse Jack Nicholson frequency reuse, overlapping beam, interference earlier PhaseaI modular, sca
                            the protocols, architectures,be expanded from its networks;quality of service (QoS); ad hoc wireless refined andan
                                        network should algorithms and schemes developed in structure to be fully functional as a planning a
                                                      Doug Hulbert mobile wireless          doug.hulbert@navy.mil
             In Phase II,In Phase III, the toolmanagement; (619)553-8955 Phase II prototypePhase I will be further developed, networks; UAV
                           The phase II prototype Hale in will (619)533-2584
                                        RF distribution; Simonds integrated into the performance of the and its Military Utility Assessment will b
                                                      system noise; direction finding; LNA; SSEE system system, and demonstrate minimum mo
                                                                   be                       simonds@spawar.navy.mil
             Develop a prototype system developedlowPhase I. Demonstrate onboardlimiter; switch; shipboard, Mast mount
                              Develop system based on Nicholson I work. • Demonstrate system feasibility, conceptual design, database avail
                                         modular, Channel and reusable system using the prototype Browne(858)537-8617
                                                      Jack the Phase
             • Develop a•prototype aModeling, scalable, Model, Stochastic, Land-Mobile, BlockPat from Phase II.• Include a database ofdesign
                                                                   (619)524-7768                           Error Rate, SATCOM
                                                                                            jack.nicholson@navy.mil
                           deficiencies identified but not addressed in Phase I, designin constructive simulation, command and control/ decisio
                                        Human Decision for modeling decision making and implement tactics; C4ISR; ABM; Agents; Assessme
                                                      John making; (619)524-7962            john.isaacson@navy.mil
                                                                                                         Bill Rix     (619)524-7416
             Building on Explore alternative methods IsaacsonCampaign level modeling; simulation; advanced to include tactical algorithms,
                           Develop device packaging. Perform device reliability and lifetime testing. LaComb
                                        Switch; FET; High Hartka
                                                      Kimberly (401)832-4744     (401)832-3303           Julie Specify device
                                                                                                                      (401)832-5491
             Fabricate device and present test results. Frequency; High Voltage; hartkaka@npt.nuwc.navy.mil environmental constraints
              Complete the full-up development (703)588-0566and PPS capabilities. Demonstrate capabilities tactical SDR hardw
                           JTRS; SDR; GPS; Brunhart for test and
                                        Gunter solution SAASM
Build an unclassified prototype of the GPSSAASM; HMS; PPS evaluation, preferably utilizing representative using representativ
                                                     of the                               Alan Sweeney 524-0022
                                                                                                      (619)
                                                                             gunter.brunhart@hqda.army.mil
              Commercialize pilot plant level Scale-up and (703)601-9399propellants gas generators; strategic
                           bonding agents; tactical propellants;
                                        Carlos Lopez
Scale-up bonding agents tobonding agents. (kg). Formulate high energy propellant; propellant703)601-9374 propellants
                                                     (703)601-9377           SP27315@ssp.navy.mil
                                                                                          Keith Klabernew bonding agents. Characterize
                                                                  characterize high energy with the ( rocket motors.
              Transition the test equipment ClarkDemonstrate the field Evaluation in-service application during equipment handlin
                           Non-destructive Test equipment tool to capability on several different703)601-9224and materials; lifec
                                        Lenert tool. (703)601-9225(703)601-9210
                                                                             lenert.clark@ssp.navy.mil
                                                                                          Cliff Whitner components
                                                                                                      (
Develop a prototype NDT prototype NDT test(NDT); Non-destructive facilities for (NDE); process controls; welds;configurations s
               demonstrate bus pipe manufacturing and and demonstrate bus pipeJeffrey Sachs
                           power; areKevin Walker voltage; bus; pipe; kevin.m.walker@navy.mil
                                         expected to (215)897-1239(215)897-8380            design and(202)781-1411
                                                                                                        installations options that would dir
Create and Follow-on activitiesdistribution; high;createinstallation technologies that can be integrated into a test platform. This w
              Concepts and technologiesCountermeasures,into a prototypetechnologies evaluation on a riverine platform. An impl
                           Riverine, Mine, will be 301-227-6069
                                        Dean Putnam   integrated Squadron, Mine Defeat, High-Speed
                                                                              of for test and and concepts critical to the
The contractor is expected to develop and demonstrate the feasibilitydean.r.putnam@navy.mil Countermeasuresrapid defeat o
              Concepts and technologies will be 301-227-6069feasibilitydean.r.putnam@navy.mil
                           torpedo, high-speed, cavitating, the a prototype for testterminal defense critical to the terminal defen
                                        Dean Putnam   integrated into          reaction, and and concepts
The contractor is expected to develop and demonstratemodular, quickof technologies evaluation on an operational platform as a
              Integration and test of the system (202)781-2670 a ship of in Phase III which may be LCS Seafighter or a mock-u
                           Unmanned Daniel Deitzbe USV aboard a USV Ship; LCS; fueling; replenishment
                                        Surface Vehicle; USV; Littoral       daniel.deitz@navy.mil (202)781-4454
                                                                                          Cecil Whitfield
Development of a prototype system that couldon aintegrated onto Combatopportunity,upon successful testing. Testing of the pro
              II effort should be the development of a USV; Littoralby anthat could LCS; launch; recovery
                           Unmanned Daniel Deitz recovery of USV Combat Ship; be integrated onto USV in Phase III upon suc
                                        Surface for  (202)781-2670             LCS or a commercial
The Phase Integrate and test of the systemVehicle; prototype system daniel.deitz@navy.mil ship ofaopportunity.
              Working with the Navy Donald Hoffman identified in Phase I. Energy conversion; (215)897-8330 system within powe
                           Thermal management; (215)897-7304
                                        and a power as electronics; Direct integrate theKuseian
                                                       Power                 donald.hoffman@navy.mil
                                                                                          John environment, demonstrate
                                                                                                      PCM; recovery
Develop, demonstrate and fabricate a prototypeelectronics manufacturer,In a laboratorywaste heat IPS; waste heat that the pro
               design, land-based and/or shipboard testing, (540)653-7193 Blackwater; Graywater Through module in each of its r
                           Wastewater; Module; Container; Shipboard; LCS;
                                        Thomas Owenprototypedemonstrate and defined in functionality of the laboratory testing, dem
                                                       a            of       thomas.f.owen1@navy.mil
                                                                                          Tina Phase I.
Finalize theThroughfabricate and demonstrate(540)653-7614 the system as certify the Lerke (301)227-5157
               design, with the and demonstrate(540)653-7614 the visualization; control systems Phase I. Through laboratory me
                                         certify the functionality(540)653-7193
Finalize theWorking fabricate Navy,Thomas Owenprototypeof the prototype in: detection and tracking accuracy of watercraft, tes
                           watercraft; recovery; predictive modeling; system concept developed(850)234-4641
                                                       a            of                    Robert McDonald
                                                                             thomas.f.owen1@navy.mil   in
Develop, demonstrate and fabricate a prototypeTracking; Antiterrorism;I.In-port;future U.S. Johnson
              Provide a production system which(540)653-2746 in on a current a laboratory environment, demonstrate that the pro
                           Surveillance; Detection; can be installed Phase In or ATFP
                                        Thomas Wilson identified
                                                         as                  wilsontl@nswc.navy.mil platform for an early determina
                                                                  (540)653-5234                       (540)653-2741
                                                                                          Geoffrey Navy
               design, water-based testing water(540)653-7614 the system certifydefined inLaFollette the prototype in: integration i
                           USV; and demonstrate craft; security;
                                         boat; on an a
Finalize theThroughfabricate small Thomas Owenprototype of detection; dissuasion;functionality of Through laboratory testing, d
                                                       actual or surrogate USV, suite the non-lethal I.
                                                                  (540)653-7193
                                                                             thomas.f.owen1@navy.mil
                                                                                          Robert Phase(540)653-4167
               design, as shipbuilding; plan developed in working prototype of the proposed system. Perform laboratory tests to v
                           appropriate, affordability; materials; processes; welding Dean shipbuilding and repair industry.
                                        James Mattern(202)781-2972           james.g.mattern1@navy.mil
Finalize theImplement the Phase III and demonstrate aPhase II in coordination with the Putnam
               Prepare a Critical systems for use by the Navy in MK54 exercise torpedo sea runs. Contractor to
                                         Performance Specification for the AltshulerMG@npt.nuwc.navy.mil government logistics
                                                                              approach selected, and submit for
PHASE II: Produce buoyancyItemMichael Altshuler Exercise; Undersea; Maintainable; Low Cost; Affordableprovidereview/aps
                                                     (401)832-9292
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DoD 2007.3 SBIR Topic Summary

Agency       Topic NumberTitle
Air Force    AF073-091    High-Speed Airbreathing Propulsion Integration
Navy         N07-179      F-35 Three-Bearing Swivel Nozzle (3BSN) Door Actuator
Air Force    AF073-090    Towards a Systematic Approach for Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs) Flight-Enabling Technologies
Navy         N07-175      Intelligent Sensor for Distributed Engine Control for Advanced Propulsion System Application
Navy         N07-209      Autonomous Asymmetric Air Threat Identification
Air Force    AF073-018    Using Next Generation Processors
Air Force    AF073-019    Airborne Network Routing Protocol Security
Air Force    AF073-020    Reservation-based Quality of Service (QoS) in an Airborne Network
Navy         N07-193      Planning and Management of QoS based Mobile Wireless Networks
Air Force    AF073-048    Temperature-Tolerant Processor for Reliable Control
Air Force    AF073-049    Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) Cooling
Air Force    AF073-050    Advanced Heat Exchanger (HEX) Scaling Methodologies for High-Performance Aircraft
Air Force    AF073-051    Test Method for Inducing Steep Thermal Gradients in Thin-Walled Structures
Air Force    AF073-052    Full-Field Temperature and Strain Measurement Capability for Turbine Engine Applications
Air Force    AF073-053    Spall Propagation-Resistant Hybrid Bearings for High-Performance Turbine Engines
Air Force    AF073-054    Conjugate Heat Transfer Analysis Capability for Gas Turbine Component Design
Air Force    AF073-055    Improved Damping Modeling for Afterburners
Air Force    AF073-056    Advanced Heat Exchanger Materials
Air Force    AF073-057    High-Speed Thermal Sensing System for On-Engine Monitoring of Ceramic Coatings
Air Force    AF073-142    Aeroelastic Model Updating
Navy         N07-167      Innovative Manufacturing Process for Defect free, Affordable, High Pressure, Thin Walled Hydra
Navy         N07-176      Laser Surface Texturing for Gears and Bearings
Navy         N07-177      Micromechanical Assessment of Thermochemically Induced NDE Changes in Advanced Compo
             MDA07-052 Fiber
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Optic Gyro (FOG) Performance Improvement
             MDA07-053 Improved Iodine storage, shipping, handling and operations for COIL Lasers
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Air Force    AF073-059    Measurement Techniques for High-Pressure, Liquid-Fueled Combustors with High Soot Loading
Navy         N07-199      Develop a New Class of Bonding Agents for High Energy Propellants
Navy         N07-168      Residual Stress Measurements Program to Support Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) of Cr
Navy         N07-170      Hybrid Bearings Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE)
Navy         N07-183      LOW TEMPERATURE IONIC LIQUIDS FOR NAVY APPLICATIONS
Air Force    AF073-075    Agile Optics and Optical Systems for Autonomous Aerial Surveillance Cameras
Air Force    AF073-076    Exploitation of Large-Format (ELF) Electro-Optic (EO) Data
Air Force    AF073-080    Managing Uncertainty in Anticipatory Exploitation
Air Force    AF073-132    High Temperature Hypersonic Force Measurement System
Air Force    AF073-133    Mass Flow-Through Measurement System for Transient Jet Interaction Testing
             MDA07-010 Advanced Interceptor Guidance, Navigation and Control (GN&C) Components
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-007 Passive Cooling of Laser Diodes for Use on Satellites
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-008 Space Component Miniaturization
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-172      Innovative Concepts for Stabilization and Control of Aerial Refueling Drogues
             MDA07-050 High
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Pressure Singlet Delta Oxygen Generator
Navy         N07-181      Conformal Sensor Window
Air Force    AF073-088    Innovative Structural Concepts for Deep-Winged Large Transports
Air Force    AF073-058    Hypersonic Propulsion
Air Force    AF073-086    Store Trajectory Response to Unsteady Aerodynamic Loads
Air Force    AF073-087    Enhanced Acoustical Environment for Modern Weapons Bays
Air Force    AF073-089    Autonomous Control Technologies for Terminal Area Operations
Air Force    AF073-145    Aerothermoelastic Simulation
             MDA07-009 Advanced Interceptor Axial Propulsion and Miniature Divert and Attitude Control Systems (DACS
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-173         Exhaust Jet Noise Reduction for Tactical Aircraft
Air Force    AF073-103       High Performance Miniaturized Space Weather Instruments
             MDA07-016 Aerodynamic Drag and Lift Characteristics for Irregularly-Shaped Intercept Fragments
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Air Force    AF073-012       Terahertz Source and Spectrometer
Navy         N07-197         High Voltage High Frequency Switch
Air Force    AF073-100       Ultra-Low-Power Radiation-Hard Electronics
Navy         N07-206         Advanced Direct Energy Conversion for Power Electronics Cooling
Navy         N07-204         Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV) At-sea Fueling
Navy         N07-205         Reduced Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) Motions For Reliable Recovery
Navy         N07-208         Watercraft Controlled Approach System
Navy         N07-210         Unmanned Vehicle Security System
Navy         N07-207         Wastewater Treatment Module
Air Force    AF073-061       Longer Length Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) for Electric Power Applications
Navy         N07-178         Development of a Miniature, Vibro-Mechanical Energy Scavenging (Harvesting) Device for Powe
Navy         N07-159         Development of a Lighter Weight, more comfortable and durable
Navy         N07-160         Power Suite for Distributed Operations
Navy         N07-201         Use of Bus Pipe Technologies to Replace Medium and High Voltage Cables
             MDA07-002 Advanced Space Power Management & Energy Storage Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-163         Air Flow Noise Reduction Techniques
             MDA07-023 Ballistic Missile Defense System Innovative Power Generation and Storage Devices
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-212         Exercise Torpedo Buoyancy (Recovery) System
Navy         N07-194         Shipboard Low Noise Amplifier Assembly.
Navy         N07-202         High-Speed Riverine Mine Countermeasure
Air Force    AF073-144       Wireless Brake and Tire Monitoring System (WBTMS)
Navy         N07-214         Laser Technology for Shipboard Defense
Air Force    AF073-096       Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries for Space Applications
Air Force    AF073-098       Thin Multijunction Solar Cells
Air Force    AF073-011       Participant Tracking in Immersive Training and Aiding Environments
Air Force    AF073-013       Integration of Psychophysiological and Performance Measures into an Adaptive Aiding System
Air Force    AF073-014       Rapidly Configurable Modular Litter System for use in Aeromedical Transport
Air Force    AF073-016       Architecture Methodology Integration
Air Force    AF073-025       Metadata & Information Tagging Technologies for Application Interoperability and Services
Air Force    AF073-026       Interface Design and Versioning Framework
Air Force    AF073-027       Variable Continuity of Operations/Service-Oriented Architecture (COOP/SOA) Services
Air Force    AF073-029       Proactive Determination of Networked Node Vulnerability
Air Force    AF073-031       Consolidating Entity Information from Heterogeneous Text Sources for Multi-INT Fusion
Air Force    AF073-033       Advanced Insider Threat Detection and Response
Air Force    AF073-034       Passive and Active Mission Modeling
Air Force    AF073-065       Tunable Filters for the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS)
Air Force    AF073-066       Low-profile, Wideband Antennas for the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS)
Air Force    AF073-077       Enhancing Trust via End-node Security in SensorWeb Decision Support Systems
             MDA07-039 Distributed Real-Time Information Assurance Management Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-041 Security Policy Reconciliation
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-042 Voice
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) over IP Security
Navy         N07-185         Algorithm Development for Standard Interface Compliance Verification
Air Force    AF073-017       Distributed Multidimensional Analysis of Battlespace Weather
Air Force    AF073-093       Pre-processing Algorithms for Exploitation of Remotely Sensed Optical Spectral Imagery for Aut
             MDA07-019 Hypervelocity Intercept Modeling with First-Principle, Physics-Based Tools
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-196         Modeling Human Decision Making and Agent-Based Modeling of C3 Architectures in Warfare A
             NGA07-001 High-Sensitivity Military GPS Receivers
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
             NGA07-002 Alternative (NGA)
National Geospatial-Intelligence AgencyPNT Augmentations for Handhelds
Navy         N07-198         Low cost, lightweight, low power Precise Positioning System (PPS) GPS Solution for Software D
Navy         N07-166      On The Move (OTM) High Frequency (HF) Communications Capability for the EFV
Air Force    AF073-010    User Definable 4-D Common Operating Picture (COP)
Air Force    AF073-035    Biomolecular Taggants for Covert Tracking and Watermarking
Air Force    AF073-111    Compact Immersive Display Components
Air Force    AF073-135    Vibration Analysis of Rotating Plant Machinery
Air Force    AF073-136    Secure Plant Operations Data Network
Air Force    AF073-140    Test and Evaluation Metadata Support Tools
             MDA07-028 Production Enhancements for Integrated Anti-Tamper Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-040 Configuration Validation Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-180      Surface Mounted Communications Antennae using Microstructure
Navy         N07-187      RF-based Geolocation I/Q Data Rate Enhancement
             MDA07-044 Debris Assessment from Spectrally Diverse Sensors and Air Sample to Aid Post-Intercept Weap
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-043 Ballistic Missile Defense Anti-Tamper Volume Protection
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-189      Generalized Environmental Acoustic Model Structure for Bottom Backscatter
Air Force    AF073-074    Multi Channel Radio Frequency Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (RFASIC) for Handheld G
             MDA07-029 Sensor Data Fusion
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-030 Mitigation of Radar Clutter Using Algorithmic Techniques
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-213      Improved Clutter Management Techniques for High Resolution Radars
             MDA07-037 Distributed Aperture Radar Signal Processing Algorithms, Waveforms, and Signal Processing
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-188      Networked Positioning of Unattended Ground Sensors using JTRS radios
             MDA07-017 Develop Consistent First-Principles Earthshine and Skyshine Ultraviolet, Visible, and Infrared Co
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-164      Sniper Detection
             MDA07-033 Forecasting IR Satellite Imagery for Adaptive Sensor Tasking
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-046 Track Correlation / Sensor Netting
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-192      Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Reuse Planning Tool for Increasing Capacity in Geo-Synchronous S
Navy         N07-195      Land Mobile Satellite Communications – Improved Mathematical and Simulation Methods for St
             MDA07-005 Legacy Software Conversion Tool
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-012 Interceptor Algorithms
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-013 Interceptor Avionics
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-031 Game Theory In Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD)
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-018 High
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Fidelity Missile Hardbody Plume Interaction Modeling
             MDA07-021 Maneuvering Target Phenomenology
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-045 Automated Battle Management / Planning Aids
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-020 Improvements to the BMDS Hit-to-Kill Lethality Predictive Toolset
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Air Force    AF073-038    Surface Processing for Enhanced Environmental and Creep-Fatigue Resistance
Air Force    AF073-039    Development of Electrically Conductive Skins for Morphing Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs)
Air Force    AF073-040    Bearing Sensor Data Transmission for Engine Health Management
Air Force    AF073-041    Advanced Ultra-Lightweight Hybrid/Composite Mirrors (ULHCMs)
Air Force    AF073-042    Materials for Terahertz Detectors
Air Force    AF073-043    Development of High-Definition (HD), Low-Light-Level Detector
Air Force    AF073-044    High Energy Density Storage for Solar Power Generation Systems
Air Force    AF073-045    Carbon Nanofibers, Testing, and Fabrication
Air Force    AF073-046    High Capacity, Lightweight , and Compact Thermal Energy Storage (TES) Technologies and Sy
Air Force    AF073-047    Stand-Off Detection of Functionalized Nanoparticles
Air Force    AF073-105    Just In Time (JIT) Component Presentation
Air Force    AF073-106    Penetrant Material Waste Reduction and Process Improvement
Air Force    AF073-107    Sulfur Hexafluride (SF6) Replacement or Reduction in high voltage switchgear and airborne rad
Air Force    AF073-108    Distributed, Multi-Echelon Logistics Management
Air Force    AF073-109    Airframe Structural Remote Detection for Stress and Corrosion Crack Damage
Air Force    AF073-113    Hydrophobic/Non-Delaminating Radome Material
Air Force    AF073-141    Portable Biomass Liquid/Gaseous Fuel Reactor
             MDA07-027 Mitigating Lead-Free Issues in Electronic Circuit Board Manufacturing and Repair
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-171      A Miniature, Lightweight, Low Power, Multi-Sensor Package to Quantify the Corrosive Severity o
Navy         N07-174      A Portable Corrosion Detector for inspecting Aircraft Structures with Complex Geometries.
Navy         N07-200      Material Degradation Detection of Metal Components in Handling Equipment
Navy         N07-211      Reduction of Post Welding Distortion
Air Force    AF073-139    Field Sensor for Measuring Total Trihalomethanes (TTHM) Concentrations in Drinking Water
Navy         N07-165      On site sterilizing solution production system
Navy         N07-184      Metamaterial-Based Electrically Small Antenna
Air Force    AF073-110    Handheld Real Time (RT) Climatic/Environmental Sensor
Air Force    AF073-138    Low Temperature Multi-Spectral Image Projector
Navy         N07-169      Miniature Corrosion Sensor Hub to Monitor Difficult-to-Access Aircraft Structure with Complex G
Air Force    AF073-072    Materials/Techniques for Small/Dense Global Positioning System (GPS) Antenna Arrays
Air Force    AF073-083    Polarization Selective Infrared Detection
Air Force    AF073-134    Fiber-Based Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy System
             MDA07-026 Manufacturing Technology Innovations for Advanced Electro Optical Components/Systems for M
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-036 Electrical Interconnect Technologies for MDA Phased Array Radars
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-186      High Temperature Superconductor Circuit Integration with CMOS Electronics on Sapphire.
Navy         N07-190      Lithium Niobate electro-optic modulators with improved efficiency achieved via novel device geo
Air Force    AF073-084    Actively Excited Bio-Taggant Sensor
             MDA07-014 Radiation Hard Interceptor Components Test Methods for Missile Defense
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-001 Advanced Sensor Materials for Space
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-004 Improved Cryocooling Component Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Air Force    AF073-003    Cryogenic High Power Laser Pump Diodes
             MDA07-025 Innovative Manufacturing Technologies for Low Cost, High Reliability Electronic Packaging
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-182      Aerodynamic Infrared Dome
Air Force    AF073-060    Computational Fluid Dynamics Enhancements for Scramjet Flow Simulations
Air Force    AF073-095    Radiation Resistant Solar Cell Coverglass Adhesives
Air Force    AF073-101    Low Cost Deployable Reflector Support Structure
             MDA07-011 Advanced Synergistic Structures for Interceptor Kill Vehicles
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-047 Slow
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Cook-Off Insensitive Munitions Solutions for Solid Rocket Motors
             MDA07-048 Safe
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Liquid Hypergolic Propulsion Systems
             MDA07-049 Insensitive Munitions Solutions for Large Scale Solid Rocket Motors
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Air Force    AF073-037    Novel High Power Microwave (HPM) Hardening Materials for Aircraft, Ground, & Space System
             MDA07-022 Advanced Missile Materials and Process Technologies
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-024 Improved Manufacturing Processes for Propulsion Technology
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-051 Advanced Hemispherical Reflectance Measurement of Heated Materials
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Navy         N07-161      Integral Suppressed Weapon Barrel
Navy         N07-215      Fiber Optic Vector Sensor Arrays
Air Force    AF073-002    Adaptive Optics Compensation in Deep Atmospheric Turbulence
Navy         N07-203      High Speed Torpedo & Torpedo Salvo Defense
Air Force    AF073-063    Generation of Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Radar Waveforms
Air Force    AF073-064    Wideband, Dual-Polarized, High-Frequency (HF) Element
Air Force    AF073-070    Waveforms Optimization Algorithms for Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Development
Air Force    AF073-071    Nonlinear Signal Processing for Advanced Digital Receive Systems
Air Force    AF073-078    Technology Enablers for Layered Sensing
Air Force    AF073-079    Reconfigurable Subaperturing for Endo-clutter Processing
Air Force    AF073-082    Vertically Integrated Sensing, Tracking, and Attack (VISTA)
Air Force    AF073-081    Anticipating Emergent Threat Propensity using Human/Machine Perceptual Sensing
Air Force    AF073-067    Efficient Radar Search Modes for Deep Space (DS) Surveillance
Air Force    AF073-068    Three-Dimensional (3-D) Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Image Formation and Exploitation
Air Force    AF073-069    Feature-Aided Tracking, Detection, and Identification of Moving Targets Using Synthetic Apertur
Air Force    AF073-073    Digital Beamforming (DBF) for Satellite Operations (SATOPS) Support
Air Force    AF073-094    Design-Hardened Radiation Tolerant Microelectronics
Air Force    AF073-097    Space Qualified SDRAM Memory
             MDA07-032 Advanced Passive and Active Sensor Technology for Discrimination
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-034 Device Level Thermal Management Solutions for Phased Array Radar
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-035 Innovative Hardware Technologies for Anti-Jam and Electromagnetic Attack Rejection in Ballisti
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-038 RF-Photonic Circuits and Interconnections for Radar Applications
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
             MDA07-015 Interceptor Seekers
Missile Defense Agency (MDA)
Air Force    AF073-004    Integrated wide-bandgap semiconductor photoconductive switch with a terahertz antenna
Air Force    AF073-009    High Average Intensity High Repetition Rate Short Pulsed Neutron Source
Navy         N07-162      40mm Low/Medium Velocity Air Bursting Munitions System
Air Force    AF073-099    Ultra-Dense Three-Dimensional Electronics for Space
             MDA07-003 High
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Performance Rad Hard Analog to Digital Converter Architectures
Navy         N07-191      A Lightweight, UHF SATCOM Diplexer For Use In Expendable Buoy Systems
Air Force    AF073-005    Non-Linear Transmission Line Microwave Source
Air Force    AF073-007    Intracavity Beam Control in Laser Resonators
Air Force    AF073-008    Solid State Switch for high voltage sub-microsecond pulsed power
Air Force    AF073-102    Satellite Structures with Engineered or Variable Electomagnetic Properties
Air Force    AF073-131    Cryo-Motion for Space Simulation Testing
             MDA07-006 Low
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Cost Calibration Test Objects for MDA Systems
Tech Area                                                        Objective                   Description
Air Platform                                                                                 (Military) Air Force interest in op
                                                                 Develop rapid design/analysis/testing methods for hyperso
Air Platform, Electronics, Weapons                                                             Modern fighter aircraft have a
                                                                 OBJECTIVE: Develop a "smart" electrically powered actu
Air Platform, Ground/Sea Vehicles                                                            The technologies for non-fixed
                                                                 Develop flight-suitable enablingultimate promise and pract
Air Platform, Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors                                                     Implementation of intelligent p
                                                                 OBJECTIVE: Develop robust intelligent sensor technology
Air Platform, Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors                                                   Innovative sensor capabilities, c
                                                                 Develop an autonomous asymmetric air threat identificatio
Air Platform, Information Systems                                                            Multi-core processors represent
                                                                 Develop a model that maps computationally intensive prob
Air Platform, Information Systems                                                            Military entities define the conce
                                                                 Develop innovative solutions to secure routing protocols w
Air Platform, Information Systems                                                            The Department of Defense (Do
                                                                 Design and develop protocols for providing Integrated Serv
Air Platform, Information Systems, Ground/Sea Vehicles                                       Mobile wireless networks are em
                                                                 The objective of this work is the development of advanced
Air Platform, Information Systems, Materials/Processes                                       Aerospace engine controls and
                                                                 Significantly improve the capability of engine controls and
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            The cool an aircraft FADEC to
                                                                 Develop innovative methods to FADEC is a critical system m
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            Current and future advanced ai
                                                                 Develop characterization and scaling methodologies for hig
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            Thermomechanical fatigue (TM
                                                                 Develop an economically viable test methodology to gener
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            TMF is a leading failure mode fo
                                                                 Develop methods to accurately measure full-field tempera
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            Turbine engine mainshaft bearin
                                                                 Develop spall propagation-resistant turbine engine mainsh
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            For future gas turbines, it is des
                                                                 To provide a conjugate heat transfer analysis capability tha
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            Combustion instability, acousti
                                                                 Develop robust models that can accurately predictor scree
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            Advanced aircraft engines such
                                                                 To improve heat exchanger applications, including return f
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            High cycle sensing of static dri
                                                                 Develop real-time, on-engine thermal temperatures areand
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                             safety of predictive flutter analy
                                                                 Improve the efficiency and Currently,planning and conducti
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            High pressure (5000 cost of w
                                                                 Improve the reliability and safety and reduce thepsi) thin hig
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            Recent progress in laser surfac
                                                                 Develop laser surface textured gears and bearings for imp
Air Platform, Materials/Processes                                                            tools to support Fighter and oth
                                                                 Develop micromechanical The Joint Strike innovative nond
                                                                  Develop and demonstrate innovative, MDA systems, such
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Sensors, Space Platforms, Weapons                           Proposed revolutionary approa
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Sensors, Weapons                                          The the Chemical Oxygen Iodi
                                                                   Improve the method by which ABLAirborne Laser (ABL) P
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Space Platforms                                           The demand for high-performan
                                                                 Develop optical spectroscopic techniques for quantitative i
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Space Platforms                                           bonding            are critically imp
                                                                 To develop a new class of Bonding agents for high energy
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Weapons                                                   Extensive measurements of sur
                                                                 Develop and demonstrate a nondestructive inspection (ND
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Weapons                                                     New developments in gas eva
                                                                 OBJECTIVE: Develop a cost-effective nondestructive turb
Air Platform, Materials/Processes, Weapons                                                   Electroactive polymers can -75
                                                                 Identify and/or develop ionic liquids that are liquid frombe u
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics                                                           compact lightweight optics for a
                                                                 Develop new concepts for To effectively operate in urbanm
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics                                                           Recent advancements in the us
                                                                 Develop an automatic target recognition (ATR) algorithm s
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics                                                           Anticipation of the ability to man
                                                                 Anticipation of target behavior will impact target behavior w
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                          Measurements of vehicle/test a
                                                                 Develop a force and moment measurement system for win
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics, Weapons                                                  The Air Force has a need to me
                                                                 Develop a system to measure jet interaction in continuous
Air Platform, Sensors, Electronics, Weapons                                                    This topic focuses on the com
                                                                   Design, develop, and demonstrate highly-integrated,gyro
Air Platform, Sensors, Space Platforms                                                         With ever-growing demand for
                                                                   Develop innovative concepts and thermal control architec
Air Platform, Sensors, Space Platforms                                                         Proposed MDA space qualifie
                                                                   Develop and test miniaturized, lightweight, systems, such
Air Platform, Sensors, Space Platforms                                                       Stabilized drogues will be a criti
                                                                 Develop innovative technology that can stabilize/control the
Air Platform, Sensors, Weapons                                                               The Chemical creates a lasing
                                                                  Improve Airborne Laser (ABL) ABL COIL Oxygen Iodine La
Air Platform, Sensors, Weapons                                                                 Future air vehicles will benefit
                                                                 Create techniques for grinding, polishing, and measuring c
Air Platform, Space Platforms                                                                In innovative, weight-efficient s
                                                                 Develop and demonstrate anthis effort, unconventional an
Air Platform, Space Platforms, Weapons                                                       improve high-speed (>Mach 4),
                                                                 Develop technologies that Hydrocarbon fueled supersonic
Air Platform, Weapons                                                                        Trends in modern weapon desig
                                                                 Investigate the effect of unsteady aerodynamic loading on
Air Platform, Weapons                                                                        Transonic/supersonic for mode
                                                                 Develop lightweight acoustic suppression optionsfighter-bo
Air Platform, Weapons                                                                        The Air Vehicles solution for un
                                                                 Develop an autonomous control technology Directorate (AF
Air Platform, Weapons                                                                        The foremost characteristic of h
                                                                 Research and develop an updating thermal model for aircr
Air Platform, Weapons                                                                         advanced solid/liquid intercepto
                                                                  Develop and demonstrateAdvanced solid and liquid prope
Air Platform, Weapons                                                                           the innovative approaches an
                                                                  Define new approaches to Newdesign and performanceare
Battlespace, Space Platforms                                                                   Small dedicated mission satellit
                                                                  Develop small low power instruments for small and micro s
Battlespace, Weapons                                                                           Missile defense intercepts produ
                                                                    Develop techniques to measure and/or predict aerodynam
Biomedical, Sensors, Weapons                                                                   The terahertz range of the elect
                                                                  Develop a terahertz spectroscopy system consisting of a tu
Electronics                                                                                    Electronic circuit components su
                                                                  The goal of this SBIR initiative is to provide a high voltage
Electronics, Space Platforms                                                                   The trend in electronics at the c
                                                                  Develop ultra-low-power, robust electronics that exploit ag
Electronics, Weapons                                                                           The Navy has committed to usin
                                                                  Development of a solid state waste heat recovery system w
Ground/Sea Vehicles                                                                            The Navy‘s Littoral Combat with
                                                                  Reliable at sea fueling of Unmanned Surface Vehicles Ship
Ground/Sea Vehicles                                                                            Unmanned Surface Vehicles (U
                                                                  To reduce the motion of Unmanned Surface Vehicles durin
Ground/Sea Vehicles                                                                            The next generation control sy
                                                                  Develop and demonstrate a watercraft recoveryof Navy co
Ground/Sea Vehicles                                                                            The next suite to detect and co
                                                                  Develop and demonstrate a system generation of Navy dis
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Human Systems                                                             The next generation of Navy co
                                                                  Develop and demonstrate a modular wastewater treatmen
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes                          Develop material processing/fabrication techniques for lon
                                                                                               CNTs have recently been demo
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes                                                       Naval aircraft operate in a seve
                                                                  Develop a miniature vibro-mechanical energy scavenging
                                                                  Develop materials capableDevelopment of a lightercomfor
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Battlespace, Human Systems                             of having durability and weight
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Electronics                                          The power States to optimize e
                                                                  Develop a reconfigurable kit of United optionsMarine Corps
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Electronics                                          Demonstrate transmission Mat
                                                                  Using Bus Pipe Technologies for power that Bus Pipefor F
                                                                   Develop advanced space powerSpacecraft Electrical Pow
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Electronics, Space Platforms                           The management and storag
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Human Systems                                        The Marine Corps system noise
                                                                  Develop techniques to reduce engine cooling Expeditionar
                                                                   MDA                         Many battery and power source
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Space Platforms, Weapons is seeking to improve the quality, reliability and prod
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Materials/Processes, Weapons                                                spend and torpedo of $1,244K
                                                                  For FY 08-13, PMS404 willThe current average buoyancy s
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors                                                                   The noise amplifier (LNA) asse
                                                                  To develop a stat-of-the-art lowLNA assembly will be an in
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors, Battlespace, Weapons                                             The new Maritime Strategy bein
                                                                  Develop and implement innovative technologies that can p
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors, Electronics                                                      and Tire of this effort is to deve
                                                                  Develop a Wireless Brake The goal Monitoring Device for u
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Sensors, Electronics, Weapons                                             Conventional high pulse energy
                                                                  Develop, demonstrate, and deliver a laboratory brassboard
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Space Platforms                                                           Battery terminal seals corrosion
                                                                  Develop a lithium ion battery terminal seal that is are one o
Ground/Sea Vehicles, Space Platforms                                                           Virtually all DoD spacecraft rely
                                                                  Develop and demonstrate radiation-hard thin flexible single
Human Systems                                                                                  Immersive tracking of the locat
                                                                  Individual and simultaneous precision simulation environm
Human Systems                                                                                  The increased tempo of military
                                                                  Develop a closed-loop, real-time prototype that integrates
Human Systems                                                                                  The current patient patient can
                                                                  Develop technology concepts for an innovativelitter is a litte
Information Systems                                                                            Object orientated architectures
                                                                  Develop new architecture methodology constructs for infor
Information Systems                                                                            Web services are becoming a c
                                                                  Investigate, develop and demonstrate methods to support
Information Systems                                                                            A Service Oriented Architecture
                                                                  Provide a technical and governance framework to make th
Information Systems                                                                            Existing Continuity of Operation
                                                                  Achieve survivability through automatic IT infrastructure di
Information Systems                                                                            The number of known vulnerabi
                                                                  Automate vulnerability scanning of network nodes and ana
Information Systems                                                                            The goal of this effort is to resea
                                                                  Research and develop technology for high-accuracy conso
Information Systems                                                                            is to define, develop, and demo
                                                                  The objective of this effort Insiders pose an especially seri
Information Systems                                                                            More models an individual‘s be
                                                                  Develop a system that passively programs, such as effects
Information Systems                                                                            The to reduce the size, System
                                                                  Demonstrate new technologiesJoint Tactical Radiocost, an
Information Systems                                                                            The Joint low-profile antenna to
                                                                  Develop an aerodynamic, wideband,Tactical Radio System
Information Systems                                                                            The commercial and to the end
                                                                  Develop innovative security solutions extending defense se
Information Systems                                                                             innovative consists to the prob
                                                                   Develop and demonstrateThe BMDS solutions of numerou
Information Systems                                                                            Research Missile Defense Sys
                                                                   The computing networks of Ballisticsis required into the pr
Information Systems                                                                              The Ballistic Missile Defense S
                                                                   Develop and demonstrate innovative solutions to the prob
Information Systems                                                                            The JTRS family support is be
                                                                  Develop an approach and its algorithms thatof radios the c
Information Systems, Battlespace                                                               Weather can adversely impact
                                                                  Improve situational awareness by analyzing complex multim
Information Systems, Battlespace                                                               The Spectral Surveillance spect
                                                                  Develop innovative algorithms to pre-process optical Tech
Information Systems, Battlespace                                                               A limited number of first-princip
                                                                    Develop techniques and tools for high-fidelity,missile defe
Information Systems, Battlespace, Human Systems                                                Current traditional warfare asse
                                                                  To improve the representation of human decision making
Information Systems, Electronics                                    Design, develop algorithms, simulate, implement, and tes
                                                                                                 Many military users need to op
Information Systems, Electronics                                                                 GPS User implement, and tes
                                                                    Design, develop algorithms, simulate,Equipment (UE) ha
Information Systems, Electronics, Battlespace                                                    software implementation of a m
                                                                  Develop technology for theNext-generation communication
Information Systems, Ground/Sea Vehicles                                                        The Marine Corps EFV is a 76,0
                                                                   Using existing and future HF band antenna technology, de
Information Systems, Human Systems                                                              In today's net centric warfighting
                                                                   To create a 4-D common operating picture (COP) the elem
Information Systems, Human Systems                                                              This technology utilizes biologic
                                                                   This program seeks biomolecular taggant technology to co
Information Systems, Human Systems                                                              Future training systems will nee
                                                                   Develop compact immersive display components for future
Information Systems, Materials/Processes                                                        Recent advances in high speed
                                                                   Develop advanced signal processing techniques to perform
Information Systems, Materials/Processes                                                        A secure communications netw
                                                                   Develop a secure communication system for plant operatio
Information Systems, Materials/Processes                                                        The Test structures and tools to
                                                                   Develop and demonstrate metadata & Evaluation (T&E) of
Information Systems, Materials/Processes                                                          The MDA Director has issued
                                                                     Develop and implement production enhancements for An
Information Systems, Materials/Processes                                                         innovative is aggressively prob
                                                                    Develop and demonstrateThe BMDS solutions to the purs
Information Systems, Materials/Processes                                                        Unmanned (L-band to Ku-band
                                                                   Develop a surface mounted, widebandAerial Systems (UA
Information Systems, Materials/Processes, Sensors, Battlespace                                   that materially improves the rat
                                                                   Design and build a system Currently fielded COMINT T/FD
                                                                    Investigate techniques for This topic type assessment usin
Information Systems, Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics, Weapons                          weapons develops techniques,
Information Systems, Materials/Processes, Space Platforms                                       The MDA Director has issued
                                                                    Develop and implement new innovative anti-tamper (AT)av
Information Systems, Sensors, Battlespace                                                       Environmental awareness is k
                                                                   This topic is focused on the single problem of obtaining,ast
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics                                                        and test cost, and power requi
                                                                   Design, develop, fabricate,The size, a low-power multi cha
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics                                                       The Ballistic Missile Defense Sy
                                                                    This topic seeks to apply innovative discrimination concep
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics                                                         The Ballistic Missile Defense S
                                                                     This topic seeks to develop innovative clutter suppression
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics                                                         The world-wide submarine thre
                                                                   OBJECTIVE: Develop innovative signal processing techni
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Battlespace                                          The BMDS radar innovative ad
                                                                     Identify, develop, and demonstrate novel orthreats envisio
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Battlespace                                          Unattended Ground Sensors ar
                                                                   Define approaches for a networked system to provide Prec
                                                                    Develop and demonstrate Earthshine and Skyshine ultrav
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Battlespace, Space Platforms                           MDA seeks accurate, robust, a
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Human Systems                                          capability to detect a potential
                                                                   The Marine Corps needs aThis topic seeks technology thas
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                      The need to monitor the activitie
                                                                    Develop advanced algorithms and software to forecast inf
Information Systems, Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                      The robust, real-time algorithm
                                                                    Develop advanced, innovative,Ballistic Missile Defense Sy
Information Systems, Sensors, Space Platforms                                                   The U.S. (UHF) Reuse Plannin
                                                                   To develop an Ultra High FrequencyNavy‘s UHF Follow-On
Information Systems, Sensors, Space Platforms                                                   The current LMSC modeling ap
                                                                   Investigate and develop algorithms and simulation techniq
Information Systems, Sensors, Space Platforms, Weapons                                            The reduce the of Defense ha
                                                                     Devise an innovative means to Departmentmanhours/cos
Information Systems, Sensors, Weapons                                                           GNC algorithms include interce
                                                                     The evolution of advanced threats, and the development
Information Systems, Sensors, Weapons                                                             Avionics systems currently use
                                                                    The objective of this research and development effort is to
Information Systems, Sensors, Weapons                                                           As the Ballistic Missile models
                                                                    This topic seeks to develop advanced, innovativeDefense
Information Systems, Space Platforms                                                              Current missile aerothermal he
                                                                     The ballistic missile defense system requires sensors to d
Information Systems, Space Platforms                                                              Maneuver examples include fly
                                                                     Propulsion systems may perform a variety of maneuvers
Information Systems, Space Platforms, Human Systems, Weapons To develop advanced, innovative, robust, real-time interce
                                                                                                With the addition of emerging w
Information Systems, Weapons                                                                      Success of the BMDS program
                                                                     This SBIR topic calls for improvements in two critical leth
Materials/Processes                                                                             Today's most advanced propuls
                                                                    Establish innovative manufacturing techniques to enhance
Materials/Processes                                                                             Morphing unmanned aerial vehi
                                                                   Develop and demonstrate conductive deformable material
Materials/Processes                                                                             Roller bearings transmit bearing
                                                                   Develop and demonstrate the capability to are a critical com
Materials/Processes                                                                             The DoD ultra-lightweight hybri
                                                                   Develop and demonstrate advancedrequires visible quality
Materials/Processes                                                                             The THz portion of the compact
                                                                   Develop materials that enable highly efficient and frequenc
Materials/Processes                                                                             Most Air Force reconnaissance
                                                                   Design and build a high-definition, low-light-level detector.
Materials/Processes                                                                             The Air Force has a requiremen
                                                                   To develop affordable, long-life, high-energy density storag
Materials/Processes                                                                             Composites provide highly effec
                                                                   Demonstrate new nano-tailored carbon-fiber forms suitable
Materials/Processes                                                                             Cyclically and intermittently pow
                                                                   Develop integrated TES technologies with goals of 1000 k
Materials/Processes                                                                             Metal and metal oxide nanopart
                                                                   Develop and demonstrate a system for remote monitoring
Materials/Processes                                                                             To complete an aircraft product
                                                                   Develop inventory flow tools based on low volume repair, c
Materials/Processes                                                                             Conversion to water washable p
                                                                   Reduce material waste streams, decrease processing time
Materials/Processes                                                                             Sulfur Hexafluride material that
                                                                   Reduce or replace SF6 gas with an alternate (SF6) is the e
Materials/Processes                                                                             While much research has to pr
                                                                   To develop logistics management concepts and toolsbeen
Materials/Processes                                                                             Aluminum Aircraft Frame proble
                                                                   Develop the ability to remotely sense alloys that contain ap
Materials/Processes                                                                             Research for this topic should y
                                                                   Develop a low-cost structural radome material with excelle
Materials/Processes                                                                             reactor for production of high gr
                                                                   Develop a portable biofuel The Main Base Landfill at Edwa
Materials/Processes                                                                               In (MDA) three years, the Eur
                                                                     The Missile Defense Agency the last and other military se
Materials/Processes                                                                     Naval aircraft operate in a seve
                                                           Develop a sensor suite to monitor all significant environme
Materials/Processes                                                                     Naval aircraft operate in a seve
                                                           Develop a portable corrosion detector that can be used to
Materials/Processes                                                                     Safety is a critical parameter wh
                                                           Develop and demonstrate an innovative Non-Destructive T
Materials/Processes                                                                     The Navy's Program that will re
                                                           Develop and implement innovative technologiesExecutive
Materials/Processes, Biomedical, Human Systems             Develop a hand-held, field The Environmental Protection A
                                                                                        portable, low cost rapid respons
Materials/Processes, Biomedical, Human Systems                                          Intended to replace sodium us
                                                           To produce a one for one bleach replacement (to allowhyd
Materials/Processes, Electronics                                                        Meeting and arrays using requi
                                                           Develop electrically small antennasthese demanding the u
Materials/Processes, Sensors                                                             a low cost, durable, SBIR is (ha
                                                           Develop and Demonstrate The objective of this portable to
Materials/Processes, Sensors                                                            The projection topic is to can
                                                           Develop a multi-spectral imagegoal of this device thatdevel
Materials/Processes, Sensors                                                            Naval aircraft operate in be use
                                                           Develop a miniature corrosion sensor hub that can a seve
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics                                               Due to severe space limitations
                                                           Research the applicability of new materials and design tec
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics                                               The performance and operation
                                                           Develop new nanoscale polarization structures that suppo
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics                                               The propulsion community has
                                                           Develop a fiber-based Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spec
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics                                                 MDA is seeking innovative tec
                                                             Identify and develop innovative manufacturing, packaging
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics                                               : MDA and military systems with
                                                            Develop, demonstrate and test Advanced Interconnection
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics                                               Various DoD systems to monoli
                                                           The objective of this task is to develop the ability are startin
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics                                               The design of external EO mod
                                                           To develop Lithium Niobate (LiNbO3) based electro-optic (
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics, Human Systems                                In support of a range of defense
                                                           Investigate methods for detecting, identifying, and tracking
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Electronics, Weapons                                      Current is to investigate and/or
                                                             The overall objective of this effort interceptor FPAs, analo
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Space Platforms                                           The Missile develop Agency (M
                                                           The overall objective of this effort is to Defense innovative
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Space Platforms, Weapons                                     power performance for electro
                                                            Improve jitter, mass, and/orNext generation missile midco
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Weapons                                                   Eventual deployment laser arra
                                                           Demonstrate 77K operation of high power diode of high po
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Weapons                                                     MDA/military system reliability
                                                             Develop and demonstrate innovative manufacturing tech
Materials/Processes, Sensors, Weapons                                                     Future high-speed missiles req
                                                           Produce a polished, optically figured, ogive-shape, infrared
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms                                                    The Air Force Research Labora
                                                           Develop and demonstrate methods for improving the accu
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms                                                    The End-of-Life (EOL) performa
                                                           Develop innovative solar cell coverglass bonding technolog
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms                                                    Contemporary (up to Ka band)
                                                           Develop deployable reflector technologiesspace deployed
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms, Weapons                                             interceptor ―Synergistic Struct
                                                             Develop technology for an The phrase Kill Vehicle (KV) th
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms, Weapons                                            an insensitive munitions (IM) so
                                                            Develop and demonstrateFederal law requires all munition
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms, Weapons                                             The state-of-the-art for (LHP) s
                                                            Develop and demonstrate a liquid hypergolic propulsion (L
Materials/Processes, Space Platforms, Weapons                                           Federal law requires all new and
                                                            Using a component level or system level approach, develo
Materials/Processes, Weapons                                                            With the emergence technology
                                                           To develop and demonstrate conformal coating of readily a
Materials/Processes, Weapons                                                              MDA producibility of missile b
                                                            Enhance the performance and/oris seeking high-performa
Materials/Processes, Weapons                                                              MDA propulsion Directorate of
                                                             The Manufacturing and Producibility (DEP) systems exhib
Materials/Processes, Weapons                                                            The ABL lethality high power b
                                                            Determine hemispherical reflectance duringprogram hasla
Materials/Processes, Weapons                                                            The Marine Corps‘ use of suppr
                                                           Research, design, build, and test a suppressed barrel that
Sensors                                                                                 Current generation conventiona
                                                           Develop and demonstrate a single-line passive fiber optic
Sensors, Battlespace, Weapons                                                            evaluate performance for adap
                                                           Determine requirements & Adaptive optics systems can be
Sensors, Battlespace, Weapons                                                           The ability to operate in certain
                                                           Identify and develop low-cost technologies and concepts th
Sensors, Electronics                                                                    MIMO radar technology is base
                                                           Identify and develop techniques to produce a high number
Sensors, Electronics                                                                    The OTHR can provide wide are
                                                           Develop/demonstrate a low cost, dual-polarized, high-frequ
Sensors, Electronics                                                                    Continuous potentially effective
                                                           Utilize algorithms to dynamically derivedevelopments in rad
Sensors, Electronics                                                                    Modern radar and digital comm
                                                           Develop real-time nonlinear signal processing (NLSP) tech
Sensors, Electronics                                                                    Over the last several decades, t
                                                           Develop and demonstrate key technological enablers for e
Sensors, Electronics                                       Develop and demonstrate an innovative approach for dyna
                                                                                        Conduct research to define, dev
Sensors, Electronics                                                                    Past and current adversaries sy
                                                           This effort will develop performance-driven collaborative ha
Sensors, Electronics, Human Systems                        Research and develop integrated perceptual sensing techn
                                                                                        The evolution of Intelligence, Su
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                                   The Space Control Joint Capab
                                                           Develop advanced techniques to perform ground based ra
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                                   The production of processing a
                                                           Develop, implement, test, and analyze imagehigh quality 3
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                                   The Air Force implementations
                                                           Research, develop, and provide real-timeis developing a n
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                                   Compared to analog concepts
                                                           Develop/demonstrate novel, cost-effective DBF beamformf
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                                   Microelectronic components use
                                                           Develop a Radiation Hardened By Design integrated circui
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                       Radiation hardened memory wil
                                                 Development of a space-qualified Synchronous Dynamic R
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                         Future ballistic missile will sign
                                                 Research and develop innovative concepts which defense
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                         Wide bandgap semiconductor
                                                 Develop and demonstrate low cost, manufacturable, chip-
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                         The BMDS radar threats envis
                                                  Identify, develop, and demonstrate novel or innovative ad
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms                                         Photonic interconnections com
                                                 Demonstrate robust photonic RF interconnections and and
Sensors, Electronics, Space Platforms, Weapons                              Key functions of a missile comp
                                                  Design, develop and demonstrate highly integrated,defen
Sensors, Electronics, Weapons                                               A high power terahertz (THz) de
                                                 Develop an integrated laser-induced wideband gap semico
Sensors, Electronics, Weapons                                               Improved methods for the remo
                                                 Develop a high energy neutron source with a short pulse, h
Sensors, Electronics, Weapons                                               The Marine Corps is interested
                                                 Provide the individual Marine Infantryman with air bursting
Sensors, Space Platforms                                                    It is components and systems t
                                                 Develop innovative electronics well known that the transisto
Sensors, Space Platforms                                                        test) useful, high-performance
                                                  Develop (design, fabricate,The signal processing requirem
Sensors, Space Platforms                                                    Conduct research into the feasi
                                                 To develop a small, lightweight, cost effective, UHF SATC
Sensors, Weapons                                                            The DoD technology that can b
                                                 Demonstrate and validate innovativerequires very effective
Sensors, Weapons                                                            Over the years of development
                                                 Beam control functions like fine steering as well as aberrat
Sensors, Weapons                                                            Compact, reliable switch capab
                                                 Develop a compact, solid state pulsed powersolid state pu
Space Platforms                                                             As coatings with engineered or
                                                 Develop satellite structures orcurrent satellites achieve eve
Space Platforms                                                             Develop dynamic positioning ha
                                                 Develop a dynamic positioning hardware capable of high s
Space Platforms, Weapons                                                        The calibration test objects co
                                                  Develop low cost electro-optical Missile Defense Agency
Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Keywords TPOC 1 Phone                                     Fax         Email         TPOC 2
               Expand design tool / cases/features for new cycle, 255-3538 integration, inlet, flow paths, etc). Apply tool to repre
                            Military Application: Operationally(937) propulsion access (rapidsweep to demonstrate optimization a
                                        hypersonic,Ms. Heidi Meicenheimer
                                                        combined design tool. space parametric turn-around, inexpensive shock-bou
                                                                     responsive Perform heidi.meicenheimer@wpafb.af.mil
 Develop preliminarymatrix of test modify tool to handle hypersonic aeropropulsion (multiple nozzle, mode transition, launch for
              Build for test a demonstratorpowered 3BSN door actuator. Analyze the design to estimate weight, reliability, mainta
                           smart electrically actuator; aircraft actuation; electromechanical actuator;for several secondary actuator
                                        smart smart 3BSN door actuator. Conductactuators suitable qualificationpower(vibration, ele
Develop a designand a Design, fabricate and qualify smart(301)342-9375electromechanical performance and ball screw; tests actuator; sh
              Demonstrate the (aerodynamics, structures, (937)mechanics, controls) simulation environment for low-level control
                           Military application: Besides the typical 255-1196 for MAVs (reconnaissance/surveillance, flight Com
                                        MAV, microDr. Michael OL
                                                        air vehicle, Phase I wing, gust existing fixed-wing wing, aeroelastic, tagging), the
                                                                     flexible relative 656-7868
                                                                                  (937)       Michael.Ol@wpafb.af.mil
Conceptualize a multiphysicssimulation environment fromflight applications to alleviation, flappingand flapping-wing MAVs.analys
              Develop and test a the Propulsion; intelligent engineestablishturbine engines its use ontechnology in anAuthority D
                           Transition intelligent engine sensor(301)757-0517 feasibility of inserting this Electronics; Full engine dev
                                         intelligent engine sensor and Sensors; Smart Sensors; Control
                                                                      to military gas
Develop a proof of concept for prototype of theControl; Intelligent sensor and demonstratefor aircraft. test stand engines.
              Develop, demonstrate and fabricate a prototypeTracking; Antiterrorism;I.In-port;future U.S. Johnson demonstrate
                           Provide a production system which(540)653-2746 in on a current a that will assess
                                        Surveillance; Detection; air be installed Phasesystem laboratory environment,
                                                       asymmetric can identified
                                                                        as        (540)653-5234 In or ATFP  Geoffrey Navy existence an deg
Demonstrate the feasibility of an autonomous Thomas Wilsonthreat identificationwilsontl@nswc.navy.mil theplatform forand earl
              parametersMilitary application: A potential result isprocessors, streamlok-kwong.yan@rl.af.mil
                            that distinguish computationally intensive problems. Identify & investigate from architectures. Develop a
                                        multi-core processors, (315)in for the different multi-core processorprocessors, COTS hardw
                                                       Mr. Lok-Kwong Yan
                                                                    cell 330-2756               processors, shader affordable high perform
Investigate Identify which processor characteristics are observed applying huge processing powerprocessor characteristics that
              alternative approaches Security, Secure Routing, protocols in a S-BGP, soBGP security issues to enable networking
                            test and demonstrate secure in Fitzgerald BGP, laboratory setting. 2) Conduct
                                          to securingMr. Peter this OSPF, protocols (ex.BGP,OSPF) leveraging and evaluation of
                                                        commonly (315) routing
                                                                    used 330-3933             important
1) Develop 1) Develop,Military application: Innovationrouting area would address peter.fitzgerald@rl.af.miltestterrestrial techniqu
              IntServ signaling and development of prototypedeveloped under networkcandidate solutions. the on military aircrafv
                           Military application: The capabilitiesdynamic airborne this Gregory.Hadynski@rl.af.mil reservation
                                        Airborne Network, toHadynski
                                                       Mr. Greg a(315) 330-4094implement and Simulation, resource
                                                                       systems that           effort could be Present Demonstrate within
Investigate Complete design protocol options suitableIntServ QoS, Network Modelingbackbone. implementedpros and cons ofa
              In Phase approaches, network management; (619)553-8955 networks;quality planning and be fully hoc wireless re
                            the protocols, architectures,be expanded from the operation of the of service (QoS); ad functional as a
                                           the tool should algorithms and schemes developed in structure to management tools will
                                                       Doug Hulbert mobile wireless           doug.hulbert@navy.mil
In the first phase, theII,In Phase III,structures and techniques used for its Phase II prototypePhase I will be further developed, ne
              Develop engine prototype electronic Kenneth approach usingenginekenneth.semega@wpafb.af.mil design should
                           Military application: Applications include advanced advanced device technology, temperature-tolerant c
                                        controls, silicona hybrid electronics, electronic circuits, prognostics, digital engine controller,
                                                       Mr. carbide Semega (937) 255-0082 flight controls, design. The
                                                                    (937) 255-6741             and
Design a conceptualand test controller employing control hardware employing a temperature-tolerantunmanned aerial vehicles,
              Build of a thermal managementor Mr. Andrew(937) capable of application to rejecting heat cooling, thermaland futu
                           Military application: This loopprototypecontrol, (937) 656-7529
                                        full pipe system that will approach capable of rejecting the required thermal loads by the
                                                       other heat pipe 255-8942
                                                                     Fleming FADEC, loop heat cooling the FADEC generated manag
                                                                                              andrew.fleming@wpafb.af.mil
Develop a model a full-scale loop heat authority digital enginebehas a direct acquiring and pipe, LHP, fuelloads on current to the hF
               Develop and methodologies and scaling laws (937)Griethuysen
                           Military application: SmallerValerie Van Phase I. HEXs suitablethe model high performance aircraft. Inc
                                        heat exchanger, and lighteradvanced Demonstrate for use sink, high-temperature materials
                                                       Ms. heat transfer, scaling laws, will increase cooling capabilities evaluate seve
                                                                     for 255-4885             valerie.vangriethuysen@wpafb.af.mil
Develop characterization validate the modeling approach from heat exchangersmaterials, heat in by applying it toand enhance th
              Develop, demonstrate, thermomechanical of antest 255-7001turbine engines. Thisgradient methodology gradients
                           Military application: TMF a prototype economical test methodology to gradientstesting, turbinespecimen
                                         and validate isRobert Wright rig TMF testing, robert.wright@wpafb.af.mil
                                                       Dr. evident(937)
                                                                     in military gas
                                                                                   generate steep
                                                                                               temperature testing in thin-walled airfoil tes
Determine the technical feasibility and detailed designfatigue, TMF,to (937) 656-7176 thermalgenerate steep thermalwill provide
              Develop, demonstrate, thermomechanical fatigue, temperature and strain in thin-walledhotcost and full-field readine
                           Military application: TMF prototypeWright255-7001 656-7176
                                         and validate isRobert (937)
                                                       Dr. evident device(s) turbine airfoils, turbineincreasing section, simulative of tur
                                                                     in military (937)
                                                                                   accurately engines, full-field temperature and strain in th
                                                                                               measure engine specimens,
Determine technical feasibility to accurately measure full-field TMF, togas turbine robert.wright@wpafb.af.mil reducingtempera
              Demonstrate enhanced spall through Lewis Rosado255-6519 bearings, fatiguerepresentative engine bearing dynaa
                           Military application: turbine literature review,element 656-7176 under life, spall propagation, carburized
                                        aircraft, Application to many military high-performance aircraft turbine and M&S. Develop co
                                                       Dr. engines, rolling selected concept
                                                                    (937)         (937)       lewis.rosado@afrl.af.mil
Research spall propagation mechanismspropagation-resistance of bench top/subscale experimentation, engines. Commercial b
              Validate heat transfer turbine, The code conjugate heat by design ofto design airfoils for advancedfilmthe code mus
                             performance of the capability anddesigned intransfer, against experimental data. Further, cooling, inte
                                        analysis components (937) 255-7152 656-4531
                                                       Dr. John Clark it to Phase I lifing, thermomechanical fatigue, demonstrator e
                                                                    apply         (937)         a turbine component for
Develop a conjugatetheMilitary application: durability, would be used thethe OEM john.clark3@wpafb.af.mil experimental validati
              Conduct physical application: to ascertain key physical data and develop abeHelmholtz for damping and engine co
                           Military
Develop a detailed design of experiments methodology that identifies(937) II effort canand validated resonator,rigmodel from der
                                        afterburner,Mr. Barry Kiel in 255-7272 parameters physics-based sector acoustics, mean
                                                    Models generated the Phase 255-2660
                                                        damping, combustion instability, screech, hierarchy for damping model improv
                                                                    (937)          key        barry.kiel@wpafb.af.mil
              Develop and demonstrate the new2dfuel cooling, heat that is form-fit-functionthrough fabrication of a RFAC exchang
                           Military application: RFAC heat exchangerinvestigated in Phase foams, carbon, hybrid
                                        heat transfer, morphologies 255-3081
                                                        material concepts
                                                                    (937) that enhance metallic, I ready of liquid fuel-to-air heat heat exc
                                                                                                performance for advanced
Identify novel heat transfer materials and surface Lt Leah Swansonexchanger, theleah.swanson@wpafb.af.mil fighter aircraft to im
              Produce a prototype optical system andRuth Sikorski its capabilities shutters, optical devices, gas will verify perform
                           Military application: Real-time,high-speed, high-resolutionon an advanced components to operate in the
                                        infrared imaging, turbines, cameras, camera Ruth.Sikorski@wpafb.af.mil
                                                       Mrs. on-engine255-7268 of coated
                                                                    (937)         (937)       thermal section system demonstrator engine
Demonstrate the technical feasibility of developing ademonstratemonitoring255-2660 hot sensingdurabilitythat turbines engines,
              Further develop a methodology fordemonstrated in Phaseflight be applicableresultsaircraft configurations. Develop
                           Military methodology, Mr. Abraham support can reproduce theforms ofof Decomposition, Aeroelasticity
                                        Model Updating, Reduced Order Modeling, Proper Orthogonal a simple airborne assets. wi
                                                         software model277-5946
                                                                    (661) that I,               of all to full aircraft or structure like
Demonstrate the feasibly of theapplication: Thisa blendedwillAtachbarianto testingabraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil theItAG
              advanced materials solutions and processes to determine Thin ato include meeting the above objective high pressu
                           Demonstrate design Systems; High Pressure; the feasibility of prototype and Developmental estimates
                                        Materials concepts developed in Phase transition and implementation plan for Alloys; Pr
                                                                    (301)342-8071
Investigate Complete the preliminaryproducibility of the tubing and develop IWalled; Hydraulic Tubing;production costand provide
              Apply laser Transition laser surface texturing and wearoptimum coatings to militaryResistant
                           surface texturing to selected aircraft subcomponents for evaluation of wear resistance and modified sa
                                          surface texturing and develop resistant Coatings; Wear aircraft.
                                                                      Texturing; Fatigue;
Demonstrate the feasibility of laserGears; Bearings; Laser(301)342-0873 process parameters. Combine surfacefatigue life. E
               or more micromechanical theoriesfor other materials,model and NDEselected NDE technique. Demonstratecombin
                           Expand the coordinated and Nondestructive Evaluation; Thermochemical Effects; Reaction Products; S
                                          technology micromechanical environments, technique building on the Extend the that
                                                                    (301)342-9355
Identify oneDevelop a quantitative,Micromechanics;demonstrate feasibility with a and structural applications.results of Phase I.th
              Complete designwiththeof prototype components and/orPointing,demonstrate approach/design Fabricate a the tec
                           Work for a identified R. Rory Ninneman sensor 853-3375 sight sensorstabilization; Acquisition, Trac
                                        Gyroscope; components and/or sensor Line of
                                                        rate sensors; independently develop single (LOS) product line based on minimu
                                                                    or Inertial (505)         Ronald.Ninneman@Kirtland.af.mil
                                                                                                            Lt. Grant Philipson
Develop a preliminarycritical designcommercial company (505) 846-4699 to including all supporting MS&A. will meet above per
Establish a Execute the Program Plan foraachievingChemical as directed by 846-0748 promising approaches andcapability, shipp
              list of innovative concepts developed in the goalsOxygen Selectthe government.ofConduct fabrication,conduct mode
                           Design andAirborne Laser, prototype above. (505) the most easeIodine, Iodine Injection integration, te
                                          build full scale Phase I LRU, demonstrating (COIL), Dr. Thomas Jones
                                                       Roger Weldon 846-7657 Laser its
                                                                    (505)         Iodine                      handling, storage
                                                                                              roger.weldon@kirtland.af.mil
              Complete the experimentalmeasuring temperatureliquid fuel, soot, lasers, diagnostics,and pressure. hypersonic com
                            techniques combustor, Dr. James Gord yield significant payoffs in gas turbine-based and Evaluate the in
                                         for and theoretical development of spectroscopic techniques spectroscopy
                                                       high pressure, 255-7431
                                                                    (937)                     james.gord@wpafb.af.mil
Develop spectroscopic Military application: This technology will and species concentrations at elevatedperform measurements d
Synthesize Scale-up bondingbonding tobonding agents.50-100 grams (703)601-9399propellant; propellant rocketstrategic propel
              and characterize agents agents. Produce (kg). Formulate high energy propellants gas generators; motors.
                           Commercialize pilot plant level Scale-up and characterize high bonding with the new bonding agents. C
                                        bonding agents; tactical propellants; multifunctional energy agents. Perform compatibility te
                                                       Carlos Lopez (703)601-9377 of                        Keith Klaber
                                                                                              SP27315@ssp.navy.mil
              Develop, produce the system for field use andmaking NDI RS measurement Condition Based Maintenance; results
                            of proposed NDI system to be by (301)757-0472robust Tracking; prototype system based Demonstrat
                                        Residual Stress; Nondestructive Inspection; in a production depot friendly. Integrate X-Ray
                                                                       portable and
Demonstrate feasibilityMatureand implement a robust fast, ruggedthe system robust, rugged and fieldenvironment.on the the sys
              Design, fabricate, the test an automated Hybrid Bearings; Nondestructive Evaluation; Manufacturing; Gas Turbine
                             to improveCeramicNDE methods and demonstrate a full capability inspection, especially C-spalls of ce
                                          current NDE system (301)342-0873 surface handling system based on the technique(s
                                                                    and demonstrate
Develop a technique(s)Refine and prototype Bearings;production prototype NDE/ ballfeaturesystem on production representative
                           Initiate meltIonic liquids;liquids-65 C. Investigate viscosity and conductivity packages batteries
                                           transitions below Irvin low temperature; extreme duty; James storage;
                                                         electrolytes;
                                                                    (760)939-6655 (760)939-1617
                                                                                              jennifer.irvin@navy.mil materials from -70 C
                                                                                                            charge these
Develop new ionic liquids with production ionicJenniferin commercial quantities. Prepare transitionof Hoover for specific platform
              Construct and test a prototypeagile, adaptable, Barnard thesteering, kenneth.barnard@wpafb.af.mil performance.
                           Military application: imaging sensor(937) 255-9902
                                        optics, Potential applications include proposedimaging and UAV, for persistent area surveillan
                                                       analysis that deformable, compactstabilization, quantify expected
                                                                       supports                  design systems persistent, surveillance, mo
Establish optical design and provide technical Dr. Kenneth to demonstrate and evaluate the optical design concept. Identify and
              Mature algorithms application: potentialand automatically (937) 255-5112 assets to reduce downstream data volum
                           Military suite to cued areas Jarratt 937) 904-9123 imagery and ID exploited LF data. directly applicabl
                                        ATR, sensing, targeting areas from track/ID targets
                                                       Mary target(                LF         mary.jarratt@wpafb.af.mil
Develop innovative algorithms to ingestcue Detection, discrimination, classification,ISRfromtechnologies will be Research image
               algorithm/system, potentially including a traffic modelmanagement, groundto improve performance periodtracking,
                           Military application: behavior model vehicle tracking algorithm target for automaticallyaided in accur
                                        Managing uncertainty, sensor anticipation sensor manager, to an extended anticipate/moni
                                                       Matt McClure (937) tracker             Matthew.McClure@wpafb.af.mil
Develop an Effort will refine and expand theUnmanned aerialand904-9238 andof multipletargets tracking, feature and moreurban b
              Develop and demonstrate a prototype applications include stress/strain measurementsmeasurement of high temp
                           Military high temperature Richard(931) system. temperature gage, strain on components
                                        force measurement, hypersonic, high
                                                       Dr. system as described above. richard.roberts@arnold.af.mil
                                                                     Roberts
Demonstrate the feasibility of aapplication: Viable measurement454-6225
              Development and demonstrate a prototyperesponse454-6225 above.
                           Military application:
                                        jet interaction, high system as described
                                                       Dr. Richard(931) valves, impulse include a high
                                                                     Roberts                  richard.roberts@arnold.af.mil
Demonstrate the feasibility of the system. Transient Jet Interaction applications measurementsresponse valves and impulse m
              Design, develop andand efforts aDimitrios Lianos proposed technologies and demonstrate functionality. Demonstr
                           Develop characterize avionics, of the 955-3223 955-1432 or component(s) developed in Phase II,
                                        interceptor, demonstrate proof-of-principle electronics Gary Reisenwitz
                                                        plan to manufacture the sensor system,
                                                                    (256)         (256)       dimitrios.lianos@smdc.army.mil
Conduct experimental and analyticalexecutetoprototypesgyros, accelerometer,of the proposed technology and concepts to enha
Develop conceptual designs of theLaser identified in onWilliams 846-0396 include, Tracking and Surveillance System (STSS). O
              Demonstrate the technology diodeAndrew is envisioned for the 853-3375 sufficientlimited to, a detailed power, therm
                           The first usehardware based Phase I. Tasks shall Space but are notpassive cooling, high demonstrati
                                            of this technology preliminary analysis. Perform
                                                        cooling, thermal management, high heat flux,Mike Vigil development and testi
                                                                    (505)         (505)       Andrew.Williams@kirtland.af.mil
                                                                                                               hardware
              Complete designwiththeof prototypecompany (505) system Modeling, Ronald.Ninneman@Kirtland.af.milof basedhard
                           Work for a proposedR. component or 846-4699 to develop   including all supporting MS&A. Fabricate prototype on
Develop a preliminarycritical designcommercialcomponentor independently 853-3375 and commercialize product(s) Pointing (A
                                        MEMS Gyroscope, inertial rate sensors, gimbal motors, Acquisition, Tracking and the design
                                                          Rory Ninneman
                                                                      or system.(505)          Simulation,Christopher Paul
                                                                                                             and Analysis (MS&A)
              Develop a working prototype with sufficient analysis control system to the government for the approach through ana
                           Transition and control of Aerial RefuelingControllable; Drogues; ground) prove that the prototype is r
                                        Aerial; Refueling; Automated; Drogues. Demonstrate feasibility
                                                                    (732)323-4058
Develop concepts for stabilizationthe prototype stabilization and and testing (flight and/orStabilizedto of developmental and opera
              list of innovative concepts developed scale SOG,Oxygen Selectthe government. Conduct fabrication, integration, te
                           Design andAirborne Laser,in the goals above. (505) the most
                                          build 1/10th Phase I demonstratingLaser (COIL), Singlet Deltamaintenance advantage
                                                       Roger Weldon 846-7657
                                                                    (505)         Iodine device light weighting and Oxygen
                                                                                              roger.weldon@kirtland.af.mil
Establish a Execute the Program Plan foraachievingChemical as directed by 846-0748 promising approaches and conduct mode
              In a series of of grinding, polishing, andoptical (760)939-1649 conformal windowscontractor. ALON similar to as by
                           Develop a commercial Daniel Harris
                                        sensor window; measuring ofshape to be window; metrology; optical figure
                                                       process capable making
                                                                    finishing; metrology ofdaniel.harris@navy.mil
                                                                                                a toroidal windowSullivan shape such that o
                                                                                                              with (or other
Demonstrate techniques steps, demonstrate grinding, polishingaandconformalselected by theRogerspinel; A material selected fus
               analyze innovative application:conceptnonorthogonalwings of weight-efficient structures. large emerging materialsa
                           Military structural concepts that leads to 255-3157large transport and cost-effective approach. Design
                                        design The structural (937) the most 255-3740
                                                       Mr. applicable to structures, truss structures, metallic structures, composite stru
                                                                     Falugi       (937)       michael.falugi@wpafb.af.mil
Design andSelect the wing design transport wing, Michaeltechnology developed will be applicable to Utilizetransports and other a
              Provide engineering analyses on one David Buckwalter high critical path the Description. Perform detailed numeric
                           Military application: New and innovative 255-7296 speed, david.buckwalter@wpafb.af.mil
                                        hypersonic,Mr. on one critical paththe 656-4659 technologies aremissile applicable to mi
                                                        scramjet, propulsion, (937) listed in access, cruise equally
                                                                     or more of issues        space
Design innovative concepts and systems analysesor more(937) high-speed propulsionissues in developing larger and broader o
               Pursue development of conceptual models and execute verification testing. Compile results or fuel tanks. Unsteady
                           Military store combinations Rudy Johnson loads, weapons bay, store weapons to develop Conceptua
                                        store separation, unsteady store (937) 656-4169that carry trajectory
                                                       Mr. susceptible bomber, unmanned)
                                                                    (937) 255-3037            rudy.johnson@wpafb.af.mil
Identify aircraft weapons bay - application: Any aircraft (fighter,to store separation bifurcations due to unsteady flow.a procedure
              Using a trade studyapplication: Matured weapons bay acoustic suppression options will impact future weapon syste
                           Military with results from Phase Johnson
                                        weapons bay, flow control, acoustic to preferred suppression concept. Provide plans for full-s
                                                       Mr. Rudy I, (937) 255-3037 656-4169 laboratory environment,
                                                                    down select suppression a
                                                                                  (937)         in
Define requirements for an initial concept demonstration. In general, offerors will,rudy.johnson@wpafb.af.mil demonstrate a re
               define technologies necessary to address oneperformance through high-fidelity thatpresented. operate in the the P
                           Military application: evaluateCrystalwould apply to technical challenges communication
                                        UAS, UAV, 1st Lt their (937) 255-8432 any military UAV computer or hardware-in-the-loop s
                                                       terminal area,Wiedemann
                                                                         more of the          crystal.wiedemann@wpafb.af.mil
Identify andDevelop prototype systems andThis technology orairfield, autonomous, deconfliction, intends to It is envisionedtermin
              Refine the modeling aerothermoelastic simulationAeroelastic, asegment of the aviation industry. The field analysi
                           Military application: This effort will benefit the military fully developed software Fieldthat includes energy
                                        Fluid Structure Interaction, using aI coupled field analysis and validated Analysis, of a high
                                                       Mr. Abraham in Phase into
                                                                    (661) 277-5946            abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
Demonstrate the feasibility of antechnologies demonstrated Atachbarian Aerothermoelastic, Coupledcodecoupleduseinstability
              Implement one of the a design approaches approach forinsertion potentialHot gas generator, HAN, AND
                           The developed technology Pashang EsfandiariDACS, Actuator, above prototype that demonstrates the p
                                        Solid and liquid should have direct development for into a stated Barth
                                                       Dr. mono-propellants,
                                                                    (703) 681-3543            pashang.esfandiari@mda.mil Through analys
                                                                                                            Edward objectives.
PHASE I OBJECTIVES: Develop promisingand a plan of identified during phase I. Fabricate missile defense systems.
             Develop design procedures methodologies for(301)757-0489 Further improve selected methodologies so that the
                          Transition the technology to ongoing DoD programs. Demonstrate that the transition government-furnish
                                        Nozzles; Supersonitic I nozzle performance analysis on mutually-agreed of this innovation V
                                                                       methodologies.
Demonstrate the feasibility of proposed employing PhaseJets; Exhaust Jet Noise; Propulsion/Airframe Integration; Tactical Air le
             Produce a functioning engineering prototypesensorsminiaturized instrumentessential measuring I. Include specifica
                            a detailed design Miniaturized instrument,small
                                        satellite, miniaturized for the on accelerometer, space weather, future ionospheric these ne
                                                        low-power, lightweight miniaturized are developed neutral neutral density, ta
                                                                                               chin.lin@hanscom.af.mil
Develop a concept withMilitary application:for aDr. Chin Lin(781) 377-2076 satellites instrument forforin Phasedensity, thermal pla
Develop and demonstrate an approach lift measurements (256) 955-3645 Propagation, Drag, Trajectorycommercial satellites. r
             Perform fragment drag Fragments,Garryto debris related to commercial the approach developed in Phase I. A wide
                          Expand data and/or measuring and/or predicting drag using space launches andParks
                                         and for models Freeman
                                                       Debris, Lift,and/or predictions andGarry.Freeman@us.army.mil collected from
                                                                      Aerodynamics, 955-1608characteristics of fragments
                                                                                   (256)         lift         Ricardo L.
             Develop, demonstrate, terahertz, directed energy,can generate 1 W, CW energy for medical imaging and security ap
                          Military application: Use an government to generate 333-2420 terahertz energy from 0.1 to 7 THz during
                                         and terahertz source that radio frequency radiation, dosimetry, spectroscopy
                                                      Dr. operational 333-3722 terahertz
                                                                    (719)          (719)       jill.mcquade@brooks.af.mil
Determine the feasibility of designing a validate byJill McQuadeterahertz source/spectrometer system that was designed coupled
             Fabricate device andpredictedtest results. Frequency; High Voltage; related experimentation. device
                          Develop present performance Hartka on modeling and lifetime testing. LaComb
                                        Switch; FET; High based
                                                      Kimberly (401)832-4744       (401)832-3303              Julie Specify
Present a device design. Show device packaging. Perform device reliability and hartkaka@npt.nuwc.navy.mil environmental
             Demonstrate systems constructed James Lyke low-power, dense packaging of high-performance heat than compa
                          Military application: Militaryrad-hard, ultra-low power, highjames.lyke@kirtland.af.mil
                                          components/device and/or device concepts that
                                                       to systems   505-846-5813                component significantly less electronics in a
Analyze, design and test electronicasynchronous,prove that benefit fromelectronics generate density device technology is possi
             Develop, demonstrate and fabricate heat recovery system manufacturer,In a laboratorywaste heat IPS; waste heat
                          Working with the Navy Donald Hoffman identified describe Energy conversion; PCM; recovery system
                                        Thermal management;(215)897-7304
                                                      and a power as electronics; Direct integrate technology
                                                                      Power                    donald.hoffman@navy.mil
                                                                                                              John environment, demonstrate
Demonstrate the feasiblity of a solid state waste a prototypeelectronics asin Phase I.above. ThistheKuseian should be controllab
             Development of a prototype system that could(202)781-2670 a ship of in Phasetradeoff successful testing. Testin
                          Integration and test sea fuelingVehicle; USV;design should include a Cecilwhich may be LCS Seafighter
                                        Unmanned Daniel Deitzbe USV aboard a USV Ship; LCS; fueling; replenishment
                                                      Surface system. The Littoral             daniel.deitz@navy.mil
                                                                                                                III Whitfield
Develop a conceptual design of the USV atof the system on aintegrated onto Combatopportunity,uponstudy for both the mother
             The Phase Integrate and test of the systemVehicle; prototype system daniel.deitz@navy.milboth the opportunity.
                          II effort should be the Daniel Deitz recovery of USV by anthattradeoff study for recovery
                                        Unmanned solution. for a USV; Littoral Combat could be integrated onto USV in Phase
                                                      Surface The   (202)781-2670                  a Ship; commercial
Develop a conceptual design of the proposeddevelopment ofdesign should includeLCS or a LCS; launch;ship ofamother ship and
             Finalize theWorking ―mother Navy,Thomas Owenprototypeof the visualization; control systemshost ship operator in
                           design, with the and based approach, monitor, the control system that will McDonald
                                        watercraft; recovery; predictive modeling; system concept developeda Phase I. Through lab
                                                                                                              Robert aid in
Demonstrate the feasibility of a fabricateship‖ demonstrate(540)653-7614and prototype in: detection and tracking accuracy of wa
                                                                      a              of
                                                        certify the functionality(540)653-7193 thomas.f.owen1@navy.mil
Demonstrate the feasibility of anwater-based testing watersystem conceptdetection; dissuasion;functionality of Through laboratoi
             Finalize theThrough fabricate small Thomas Owenprototype of the system certifythe aboveLaFollette the prototype in:
                           design, innovative USV security (540)653-7614 that will provide defined in Phase I. features. Devel
                                        USV; and demonstrate craft; security;
                                                      boat; on an a                (540)653-7193
                                                                                               thomas.f.owen1@navy.mil
                                                                                                              Robert mentioned
                                                                      actual or surrogate USV, suite the non-lethal
Demonstrate the feasibility of a fabricatefor a demonstrate(540)653-7614 treatment and certify the Lerke I. theof the module in
             Finalize theThrough concept and self-contained, prototypedemonstrate module that will provide Through laboratory
                           design, land-based and/or shipboardwastewater the system as defined inGraywater
                                        Wastewater; Module; Container; Shipboard; LCS; Blackwater; functionality above features.
                                                      Thomas Owen testing, (540)653-7193
                                                                      a              of                       Tina Phase
                                                                                               thomas.f.owen1@navy.mil
               develop fabrication techniquesMilitaryKevin Yost
                          Military application:nanotube, CNT, single-walled carbon nanotubes exceeding current CNT bundles in le
                                        carbon developed in efficient and demonstrate the longer lengthfabricate CNTs, include arm
                                                      Mr. and commercial applications, nanotube, SWNT, multiwalled carbon nanotube
Assess andOptimize enabling technology approaches for Phase255-6246                            kevin.yost@wpafb.af.mil
                                                                    (937) I fabrication of using capability to bundled length and bundlin
             Miniaturize Implement Ifull-scaleand developof (301)342-8020necessary circuitry to harvest and store power. deman
                          the Phase system aircraft structure. Designto optimize energy proportional to market and Harvesting; E
                                          typical production the NDE Detection; Health Monitoring; Sensors; Energy Navy
                                                                     prototype the
Identify typical strain spectrums forCorrosion Monitoring;aCorrosion devices in quantitiesconservation strategies/designs. The cir
             Produce prototype garments (30 to produce a superior andUSMC forjohn.bauer.ctr@usmc.mil comfort properties c
                          Be able to commercially andsets) perFR thermal protection; clothing even for Marines measure comfo
                                        flame-resistant; Bauer(703)432-3330
                                                      John durable choice of durable FR burn injury; military clothing; can be
                                                                                                  similar or item improved
                                                                                                              Louis Curcio
Produce prototypes (fabrics) that have superior100fire-resistant; performance anda limited field trial to further thattextile suitabilit
Evaluate technologies and solutions to mostand commercialization plans using the knowledge gained during Phases I andaII.
             Evaluate the efficiency battery, power generation,mission (703)432-3532 Demonstrate and deliver a prototype system
                          Develop final design efficientlyMartin electrical cost, fuel consumption) provide required power for Dis
                                         of the suite Joanne (space, weight, conversion, recharging
                                                      under various (703)432-3643              martinjm@mcsc.usmc.mil
                                                                                   environments.              William Story
             Create and Follow-on activitiesdistribution; high;createinstallation and electrical requirements. This into a test crea
                           demonstrate bus pipe manufacturing and and demonstrate bus pipeJeffrey Sachs
                                        power; areKevin Walker voltage; bus; pipe; kevin.m.walker@navy.mil
                                                       expected to  (215)897-1239  (215)897-8380               design and installations options th
Develop bus pipe materials to meet the combatant ship shock, vibration, fire,technologies that can be integratedwill include platf
              develop representativeElectrical concept as a result for either battery or PMAD I, design andPower Management & D
                          The technologies developed Space Power, thePhase II contract(s) technology. fabricate a prototypetest
                                          proof of Power, hardware of Power Generation,
                                                      Ken Hunt (505) 846-4959       prototype in Phase will be applicable to many will be co
                                                                                               ken.hunt@kirtland.af.mil
                                                                                                              Sam Stuart
Design andUsing the lessons learned from fabricating and testingthe (505) 853-2205 Power Storage,This hardwareother milita
             Complete that contribute to primeCraig Harvey subsystemsubsystem. safety, toPatrick Hart testing in the laborato
                          Contract with and develop a prototype cooling noise levels.(703)492-5330 reduction
                                        acoustic, noise, cooling,
                                                        vendor (General Dynamics Land Systems) signature, the advanced cooling sys
                                                                                               harveyct@efv.usmc.mil
                                                                                                      Develop integrate
                                                                                                                a feasibility
Determine the factors concept designthethe existing cooling system, environmental,Conduct performance concept that will signif
             Validate framework forpower density, energy density, the (812)power manufacturing processuse by MDA and other
                            feasibility of is to successfully implement conformability, battery, lithium, rechargeable, space, solar, ph
                                          battery or battery production 854-5958 854-2043 modification, for
                                                        generation and process design/design technology hardenable solar demons
                                                                                   new         storage        Steve Linder
Develop conceptual theThe intention the powerSam Stuart(812)storage device or samuel.stuart@navy.miltechnology byarray and
             PHASE II: Produce buoyancyItem Performance Specificationconstraints for use in developingsubmit for governmen
                           Prepare a Critical systems for use by and Navy in MK54 exercise torpedo sea runs. Contractor to
                                        Buoyancy; Flotation; Torpedo; design for the AltshulerMG@npt.nuwc.navy.mil concepts. D
                                                        requirements, the
                                                                    (401)832-9292               approach selected, and design
Conduct a study of exercise torpedo interface,Michael Altshuler Exercise; Undersea; Maintainable; Low Cost; Affordableprovid
             Develop and design system developed in will (619)533-2584 associated with switch; shipboard, Mast mount the
                          The phase II prototype Hale Simonds integrated into the performance of the system, and demonstrate m
                                        RF to assess technical be directionrisks
                                                      system noise;  issues and finding; LNA; SSEE system this technology to meet
                                                                                               simonds@spawar.navy.mil
Perform a feasibility a prototype study distribution; lowPhase I. Demonstrate onboardlimiter; applyingand its Military Utility Asses
             The contractor to identify technologiesCountermeasures,into a prototypetechnologies evaluation on a riverine platfor
                          Concepts and and characterize be 301-227-6069 and engineering solutions that are quick enough to de
                                        Riverine, Mine, will low-cost scientific
                                                      Dean Putnam    integrated Squadron, Mine Defeat, High-Speed
                                                                                                of for test and and concepts critical to the
The contractor is expectedis expected to develop and demonstrate the feasibilitydean.r.putnam@navy.mil Countermeasuresra
             Develop, test, demonstrate, and report the results be a prototype WBTMD numerous military aircraft and ground ve
                          Military conceptualized design forTemperature, Pressure, Instrumentation, Manned, I design.
                                        Wireless, Brake, Tire, (661) 277-5946
                                                      WBTMD could of used in
                                                                     a WBTMD.                  abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
Demonstrate the feasibility of aapplications: A Mr. Abraham Atachbarian the testing of based upon the PhaseUnmanned, Aircraf
Investigate Utilize the findings established in PhaseMak develop, demonstrate,providing multi-wavelength outputs at required en
             enabling technologies and SEWIP P3I around (202)767-0088 multi-line; deliver a Stan Moroz for field applications.
                          An anticipated component designsthe FY10laser; of would require laboratory brassboard that meets p
                                        laser; visible; near-infrared; dye capable
                                                      Paul I to                    (202)767-1494
                                                                                               mak@nrl.navy.mil
                                                                      that are timeframe and long pulse.       such sources
             Apply results from Phase I to designavailability(505)spaceterminal energy storage,battery cells. Test and evaluate pe
                          Military application: The and forMerrill 853-3427 846-7877 would be suitable ion space battery cells t
                                        batteries, lithium ion, Li-Ion,
                                                      Mr. John producing afor batteries that advanced lithium for LEO and GEOdensit
                                                                      of lithium (505) seallithium ion depth-of-discharge, energy miss
                                                                                    power,        for
Design, develop and validate innovative approaches fabricate seals ion prototypejohn.merrill@kirtland.af.mil
              Design, demonstrate, High-Efficiency Johninnovative multijunction space Cells,cells for Power,structure.and deliver
                          Military application: All DoDSolarMerrill Thincells compatible withthin Space electricSolar Arrays
                                         produce thin multijunction solar Multijunction john.merrill@kirtland.af.mil power Identify te
                                                      Mr. an Cells, 853-3427 to produce a lightweight array
                                                                    (505)          (505)       Solar
Develop innovative approaches to and characterizespacecraft useapproach8467877 solarmultijunction solar cells,generation.
             Prototype proposed Phase I design system Martin 988-6561 it 988-6285Define and document technical solution op
                                          requirements on candidate realistic untethered
Examine, compare, and documenttracker, human John needingtracker technologies.high-resolution data simultaneously usingse
                                                      Mr. performance, wireless, for resolution, simulator, immersive, to/from dismou
                                                                    (480)          (480)        least three individuals transfer
                          Military application: Any concept and demonstrate high atjohn.martin@mesa.afmc.af.mil high fidelity, go
              define salient psychophysiologicalDr. Chris Russellbefunctional state, operations by decreasing mission errors and i
                          Military application: Thismeasures,(937) 255-7601for UAVchristopher.russell@wpafb.af.milpsychophysio
                                        adaptive automation, operator critical performance measures, develop a task model, design
                                                         applicationisolate useful
                                                                       will                       human performance modeling,
Identify andBuild, optimize, and test the psychophysiological and performance based adaptive aiding prototype demonstration in
             Refine the design and identify specific John Plaga
                          Military application: Used formodular combat casualty care, military operational medicine, currently cann
                                        aeromedical evacuation, litter assembly in multiple aircraft including those a variety of airfram
                                                      Mr. aeromedical transport that can rapidly be secured within Demonstrate mod
                                                                      equipment255-3343 john.plaga@wpafb.af.mil
                                                                                    that
Propose design concepts to develop a light-weightmedical(937) 255-1166 can be integrated with the system. thatin-flight medica
             Propose and demonstrate prototype and in a (315) 330-3492on new george.ramseyer@rl.af.mil Analysis
                          Military effective methodology integration. based
                                        OperationalMr. George realistic environment that implement the new constructs developed in
                                                        Architecture, System Architecture, Object Oriented, Structured
                                                                      Ramseyer                 theoretical architecture constructs to accommo
Develop a theoretical basis for application: Toolstools approaches Propose, as needed, new constructs will be directly applicable
              approach for the design and development of a will be Toolbox for theSimple Object Access Protocol readily establi
                          Military application: The technology WISE useful for military applications allow analysts to
                                          Toolbox for the warfighter. The Language, Frederick.Rahrig@rl.af.mil services. Warfigh
                                                      Mr. Frederick Markup
                                                                    (315) 330-3906              warfighter. to that use will
Develop an Build a complete WISEWeb Services, ExtensibleRahrig toolbox will be developed The toolboxweb be designed to all
               impact methodologiesService orientedas extensibility and versioning of additional WSDL operations, adding XML
                          Military application: This research is appropriate for any instance or node of a SOA. Commercial applica
                                          and tools suchGeorge(315) 330-3492 interface design, versioning framework, (SOA) inte
                                                      Mr. architecture, versioning,
                                                                      Ramseyer                 george.ramseyer@rl.af.mil
Analyze theProvide of design decision points that make the designversus versioning, Service Orientated Architecture representa
             Demonstrate a policy engine that cansurvivabilityCOOP, business continuity, fail-over, production environments and
                          Military application: Dynamic COOP through automatic geographic to all Service-orientedCOOP/SOA
                                         that achieves dynamically make re-assignment of COOP resources using this of failed pro
                                                      Mr. Patrick Hurley
                                                                    (315) 330-3624             hurleyp@rl.af.mil
Design a COOP/SOA architecture Continuity of Operations, capabilities are a need commonrelocation and recoveryArchitecturem
              demonstrate an automatedPhase IMr. Michael(315) 330-2898 tovulnerability analysis. Suggest remedial actions, ind
                           capability from best-of-breed scanning capability 330-3913 exploitation vulnerabilities andenhance n
                                        Sniffing, network analyze that output with system risk assessment, complex event interactio
                                                        and scanning, vulnerability, detect to
Deliver and Take demoMilitary application: Determining vulnerabilities(315)risk priornetwork nodes,by an opponent to processing
                                                                      Mayhew and               mayhew@rl.af.mil
             Research and develop Cross-Document Coreference Resolution, Name Disambiguation, Name Discrimination, Nam
                          techniques a prototypeCarrie Pine(315) 330-2473 for Improvised Explosive Device (IED) extracted fro
                                         for high-accuracy cross-document accuracy consolidation of entity information predictive an
                                                       capability enabling systems             pinec@rl.af.mil
Research and develop MILITARY APPLICATION: Multi-INT fusionhighcoreference resolution, and assess their feasibility. An un
Develop a prototype algorithm application: threat, anomaly, intrusion, (315)hardware/softwareDesignassessment, response of AF
             Implement the bestfor detecting and countering insider of detection, network, modeling, an implementing threats. T
                          Military approach fromoperatorsRatazzi 330-3766 to cyber systems. environment, representative
                                        Insider, All Mr. Paul in an users threats 330-8255
                                                       Phase I and experimental
                                                                    (315)          military         infrastructure are potential insider architectu
                                                                                               paul.ratazzi@afrl.af.mil
             The end product forproof of II shall Peterfully functional technology application demonstrated in the user environmen
                          Military Phase concept prototype (315)and simulation, decision-making, usedmeaningful, passively-deriv
                                        intelligent agents,Fitzgerald 330-3933 showing the feasibility of by any system which depe
                                                      be a modeling  & demonstration           effort could be business
Phase I end products shall be: application: The capabilities developed under this peter.fitzgerald@rl.af.mil process modeling, be
             Produce tunable filter prototypes basedJTRSvariable capacitors, MEMS performance, line mass, JTRS suitability in
                          Military thattunable Components Reid 377-1077 Demonstrate filter performance and lifetime, and relia
                                          are suitable for on the(781) Iof and size, RF transmission cost,
                                                      Dr. James in terms effort.
                                                                      Phase                    James.Reid@hanscom.af.mil
Design/simulate tunable filters application: filters, MEMS with low lossboardwide tuning ranges are critical for next generation wid
             Based on Phase findings, selectantennas, low-profilewideband, low-profile antenna,fabricate andJTRS. Commercia
                          Military application: A wideband Santarelli antennas, JTRS, magnetically which meets demonstrate met
                                        wideband one or more(781) a enhance the scott.santarelli@hanscom.af.mil desired techn
                                                      Dr. the design of will designs. For each design, conducting ground plane, a pr
                                                                      candidate
Modeling and simulation are Iencouraged to guide Scott antenna 377-6854                        channel flexibility offered by the
              innovative conceptsand incorporating a prototype that implements thePhase I concepts for integrated Provide prot
                          Military for demonstrate robustubiquitousgrid, softwaremany military/commercial web.
                                        sensor Sensors are security devices with protection, anti tamper, autonomic, trusted com
                                                      Mr. Richard(937) 320-9068 320-9037
                                                                      Kutter       (937)           end-nodes of a sensor applications. Techno
1. Develop 1. Design, develop,application:web, global informationsolutions intotherichard.kutter@wpafb.af.mil 2. software desi
Analyze, design, and conduct proof-of-principle demonstrations 882-6504 882-6307 network security military of distributed nea
             Develop and demonstrate prototype platform/software/hardware for distributed, near-real-time, securitycommercial p
                          Prepare detailed plansreal-time trusted management thatcapabilities on critical management, intrusion a
                                        distributed Gary Stevens
                                                      for and implement demonstrated gary.stevens@mda.mil
                                                                    (703) of methods system,
                                                                                   (703)       demonstrates advancement and managemen
                                                                                                              Richard Sirmons
             Continue development composition, traditional (703) 882-6504 application level certification networks, securityreceive
                          Pursue partnership with information security,on Phase I results and demonstrate technology will in a sy
                                         of technology policy upon based (703) 882-6307 the government
                                                      Gary Stevens   DOD prime-contractors since
                                                                                    and        assurance, computer and accreditation policy
Develop methods and tools that support security based interoperationinformation gary.stevens@mda.mil applicationsin a realisti
             Develop and demonstrate prototype platform/software/hardware thatcapabilities on critical military and commercial a
                          Prepare detailed plans IP, cyber security, of techniques and
                                        Voice over Gary Stevens
                                                      for and implementcomputer 882-6307
                                                                    (703) demonstrated gary.stevens@mda.mil
                                                                                   (703)       demonstrates for establishing secure security
Analyze, design, and conduct proof-of-principle demonstrations 882-6504 networkmechanismsthe ability to enforce the VoIP wi
              approach and architecture that can automatically verify that softwaresoftware SDR SCA Haile JTRS for POSIX a
                          Support rigorous testing in Salisbury communications, which will bemeet
                                                      Lisa Phase (619)553-7804
                                                                     I into a fully-functional lisa.salisbury@navy.mil the
                                                                                                products performedrequirements test laborato
                                                                                                              Anthony by
Develop an Develop the concepts demonstratedof the software‘s functionality, tool, JTRS, ―beta version‖ prototype tool that mea
                                        software, interoperability,                (616)767-4261
             Implement Phase I application: Weather forecasting 330-3050 330-2807
                          Military design usingmultidimensional analysis, Data Warehouse accomplish either 1) Continuous,mu
                                        weather, real-world and/or simulated databy shortening
                                                      Mr. Robert Farrellapplications streams/sources. Demonstrate and air battle rap
                                                                    (315)          (315)       Robert.Farrell@rl.af.mil
Design revolutionary concept for relating highly dynamic complex multidimensional data to forecasting cycles,the efficacy of plan
             Perform analyses application: Military application:Algorithms and processingvalidate detection in structured environ
                           approaches to enhance target-to-background(781) 377-8900 algorithms, multispectral/hyperspectral im
                                        Remote sensing/standoff detection,contrast Assess, techniques will be useful algorithms. D
                                                      Tony Ratkowski  algorithms for pre-processing
                                                                                                optimize target and optimize the in
Explore pre-processingMilitaryand demonstrate efficacy of(781) 377-3655target.toanthony.ratkowski@hanscom.af.mil military sy
Develop and demonstrate an approachaddress damage and debris from from missile defense intercepts using high-fidelity, firs
             Using the approaches developed and demonstrated955-3645 space collisions involving resident space physics-base
                          Expand tools to for modelingFreeman and debris I, 955-1608 high-fidelity, first-principle, objects.
                                        Fragments,Garry damage in Phase prepare the
                                                       Debris, Intercept, Hydrocode, Lethality
                                                                    (256)          (256)                      Ricardo L. Parks
                                                                                               Garry.Freeman@us.army.mil
             Building on Explore alternative methods IsaacsonCampaign level modeling; implement tactics; C4ISR; ABM;and con
                          deficiencies identified but as a baseline in Phase I, designin constructive simulation, command Agents
                                        Human Decision for modeling decision making and deficiencies in modeling tactical decisio
                                                      John making;  (619)524-7962              john.isaacson@navy.mil
                                                                                                              Bill Rix
Using the OPNAV warfare assessment scenariosnot addressed context, identify currentsimulation; advanced to include tactical a
              and develop and deliver a prototype receiverRobust Operation, military GPS receiver. Algorithm fully meet the obje
                          Design refinement/low Sensitivity,production. Introduce receiver‘s Receiver, Low capabilities.criteria sho
 InvestigateDesign, build,algorithms required to implementand demonstrate thedesign changessensitivitySignal-to-Noise Radioa
                                        GPS, High Todd Kawakami
                                                      rate initial 310-653-3228    310-653-3336
                                                                       a high-sensitivity Military          high necessary to design
                                                                                               Todd.Kawakami@losangeles.af.mil Prepare
             Design, build, study ofGPS, Position, receiverKopcha Time (PNT), Anti-jam, Handheld Receiver, fully meet the Dev
                          Design refinement/low P. Navigation and (military GPS receiver, alternative sensor(s), and algorithm) a
                                                                     system
Perform cost/benefit tradeand deliver a prototypeDamianproduction. Introduce design taking into account SWAP and cost. obje
                                                      rate initial 314-263-4454    314-263-8082Peter.D.Kopcha@nga.mil
                                          available PNT augmentation sensor technologies changes necessary to Information Assur
              architecture for software-implemented GPS functionalities and demonstrate the feasibility of representative using r
                          Complete the full-up development (703)588-0566and PPS capabilities. Demonstrate capabilities tactica
                                        JTRS; SDR; GPS; Brunhart for test
                                                      Gunter solution SAASM
Develop an Build an unclassified prototype of the GPSSAASM; HMS; PPS evaluation, preferably utilizingembedding it into a tac
                                                                    of the                                    Alan Sweeney
                                                                                               gunter.brunhart@hqda.army.mil
The contractor will utilize existing vehicle Amphibious, Communications, HF under contract to the EFV viability, and and associa
            The contractor will builtOTM, drawings andmorebudget analysis to determine an Mike Roberts Contractor testing
                          The contractor will build one or link complete units
                                         one or more prototype(703)492-3327
                                                    Craig Harvey                (703)492-5330harveyct@efv.usmc.mil
                                                                                                           antenna Prime
                                                                   systems for concept development, proof ofconfiguration field suitable
             evaluate aMilitary application:that Mrs.applications that demonstrate how command and voice communications,O
                           working prototype Military strategies include AOCs andfrancine.schaffner@wpafb.af.mil chat, voice
                                       common operating picture how data
                                                     demonstrates (COP), (937)air and space text, text chat, control environments. o
                                                                  (937) 255-8889 databases, operations center text, text
                                                                                4-D,            other
Identify andConstruct user definable/user selectableFrancine Schaffner from255-8366 data from databases,(AOC), command an
            Develop and demonstrate a Taggants,Thomasidentify Codes, 330-2953
                          Military application: Applications could Bar key(315) to development. Covert Tracking market infor
                                       DNA prototype system in a include watermarking and tracking of objects of interest, intrusion
                                                    Dr. Molecular realistichurdles environment. Develop initial phase
                                                                    Renz          working renzt@rl.af.mil
Develop system design, plan for interface integration and (315) 330-3423Molecular Watermark,Gather commercialIII engineerin
            Phase II will result in prototyping, demonstrating, and testingprovide alogan.williams@hill.af.mil IDoD. Helmet, Sim
                          Military application: Many applications in 777-5733 trainingfeasibilityMounted Optics, and technical re
                                       Deployable,Mr. Logan Williams and the concept proposed under Phase
                                                      Compact, Scanner, (801) 586-1866
                                                                  (801) modeling,                Helmet demonstration.
Provide a technical report determining the feasibility of the concept Retroreflective,and simulation throughoutLaser,aCommercial
            Develop and demonstrate a prototype jet rotating described signal processing
                          Military application: analysis, engine maintenance and ron.bishel@arnold.af.mil
                                       vibration Ron Bishel as machinery,
Demonstrate the feasibility of the system. Militarysystem 931-454-7734above. overhaul facilities will be able to accurately deter
            Develop and demonstrate the prototypewireless, networkfollowing capabiities: 1)data collection. plants and other po
                          Military application: Homeland Security efforts to protect power plants, dams, facility
                                       communication,signal securitythe non-interference with wearable communicators, 2) secu
                                                     for Ken Wu   (931) and
Develop system architecture and technologies1st Lt system with454-4365                       ken.wu@arnold.af.mil
            Develop tools designed in Phase I.Mr. Abraham AtachbarianData Analysis, systems and various DoD T&Edata betw
                          Military application: conceptSemantic Retrieval, metadataextensivelyincluding the to be included in the e
                                       Data Exchange, by identifying an the list of abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
                                                      Update and improve initial
                                                                  (661) 277-5946                language by the data mapping of centers
Demonstrate the feasibility of the proposedThe results of this effort will be utilizedtargetData Acquisition, XML, Mathematical ana
The contractor shall develop the selected ATframeworkSimon enhancementscritical systemHyong Chang Exploit contractorle
            Demonstrate and validate the useproductionfor new 882-6211 protection, Reverseenhancements. BMDSestimate w
                          Integrate conceptual of(AT), Electronics, Volume 882-6227 or moreEngineering, a The system th
                                       Anti-Tamper AT production and innovative via one
                                                    Douglas enhancements into a AT productiontechnology, for
                                                                  (703)         (703)        douglas.simon@mda.milefforts and
                                                                                                               prototype
            Develop and demonstrate prototype platform/software/hardware thatcapabilities on critical military the state and con
                          Prepare detailed plans Gary Stevens
                                       intrusion prevention, intrusionof techniques and mechanismsthe ability to discover variances
                                                    for and implement detection, malicious
                                                                  (703) demonstrated gary.stevens@mda.mil
                                                                                (703)        demonstrates for validating and state
Analyze, design, and conduct proof-of-principle demonstrations 882-6504 882-6307 code, cyber security, Secure commercial a
            Leveraging the most promising results of Phase I, select and manufacture the micro electromagnetic antenna that b
                                       antenna; microstructure; based upon a thorough (UAS); Thomas and
                                                    Matthew Durkin(301)995-4201 (301)757-2747matthew.durkin@navy.mil
                                                                                                            wideband; monopole; dipole
Define the technical requirements for the wideband antennaunmanned aerial system review of currentHanefuture communicatio
Develop basic technology conceptprototype developedKordela be demonstratedbe fabricated and phase.Geolocation, Radio Fre
            Design andRefine the and engineering & scalePhase using(619)524-7374 simulation. Technologies demonstration wi
                           construct Parallelizability prototype to II sopoints of operationend Geolocation, The identified should
                                        and prove concept feasibility
                                                    William in (619)524-7316 it can and
                                                                   of floating that
                                                                                  modeling at the for of this evaluated by operational forc
                                                                                                           Wayne Bratt
                                                                                             william.kordela@navy.mil
            The contractor should further develop theKill assessment, discrimination, demonstration of hypotheses about weap
                          The contractor will work integrate spectrally enable asensor data and System with fusion typing and exp
                                       Weapons Typing, technology to diverse into the BMDS formulate weapons
                                                    Joey Wang(703) 697-6444                  joey.wang@mda.mil
The contractor should demonstrate the ability totoward technology integrationrelevant RF/IR mutli-spectral the C2BMC Program
The contractor shall develop the selected ATframeworkSimon 882-6211 882-6227
            Demonstrate and validate the usevolumevolumenew technologies intoDouglas.simon@mda.mil
                          Integrate conceptual of Volumefor protection technologiescritical system technology, foror technique th
                                       Anti-Tamper, AT protection and Reverse Engineering, Exploit, Electronics efforts and estim
                                                    Douglas Protection, innovative AT volume protection technology a BMDS syste
                                                                  (703)         (703)         a into oneHyong Chang
                                                                                                            or more prototype
            of the work of the work Bottom focus feasibility (858)537-0230 to the to define anTom Piwowarcharacterization; seab
                           should demonstrate the on implementing directly
                                        should Backscatter; environmental testing theedward.mozley@navy.mil the acoustic constru
                                                    Ed Mozley an innovative strategy Naval sensor; bottom model structure or t
                                                                                  database, acoustic architecture for
                                                                                              prototype environmental
This phase This phase The prototype capability will be transitionedand(619)524-3034 Oceanographic Office for use in model s
            Design the required RFASIC handheld receiver, Whiteconsideringfinal ASIC ASIC masks and process parameters.
                          Military application: simulation asother layout RF, a including design. Fabricate a pre-production waf
                                       GPS, macrocells RF building jam, features, matthew.white2@wpafb.af.mil
                                                    2d Lt and required
                                                                  (937) blocks into
Perform tradeoff studies and modeling andIntegrateMatthewanti255-5579 ASICpower consumption, size, cost, RF performance
            Update/develop technology demonstrations system 882-7069 Sensortechnology in aOliver updatedrepresentatio
                          Integrate technology into BMDS of(703) andsensor datatracy.wentworth@mda.mil environment using d
                                       Inferencing on Phase I results demonstrate theFusion; Data Fusion; for the system. Par
                                                     Algorithms, advanced (703)
                                                                    Decision demonstrate      fusion concepts/methods
                                                                                                           Mark realistic
Develop and conduct proof-of-principle based Tracy Wentworth and Theory,882-6361 total capability of theSensor Integration; S
Develop proof of principle demonstrations clutterinto the BMDScountermeasure, counter-countermeasure, radara wide variety an
            Perform further development of the algorithm in order concepts 882-6361 with BMDSrun it Sullivan
                          Integrate the technology suppression, system in coordination
                                       clutter, for clutter Wentworth 882-7069 usingfunctionalityDr. Roger against
                                                    Tracy suppression to enhance its tracy.wentworth@mda.milsufficient analysis of
                                                                  (703)         (703)         simulated data. Perform Engineering and the
                                                                                                            and System
            Develop the technology processing algorithms making Navyfor evaluation. Demonstrate performance and that algo
                          Integrate successful algorithms prototype system existing sensor suitesOpen Architecture detection,
                                       Clutter; Signal Processing; Radar; Detection; Discrimination; for improved target
                                                    yavuz a into
Develop candidate innovative signaland design/build dogrul existing use ofradar processors.  yavuz.dogrul@navy.mil
Research, developconcept(s) developed new technologies(202) 404-8378 demonstrations. Evaluate the phase Iin this topic. to d
            Refine andDemonstrate the proposedI technologies MIMO, spatio-temporal coding, mainlobe cancellation system-
                           demonstrate the in phase to allow near that address theMichael.walder@nrl.navy.mil technology De
                                       Distributed Apertures, STAP, real-time 404-2561 field of interest or operation in a
                                                    Michael Walder operation as part ofwide
                                                                    via         (202)                      Gisele Wilson
                                                                                                a complete system identified
            Implement and of a low-cost,JTRS;expected to solution integratebe embedded ina opportunities to integrate Senso
                          Follow-on activities of weight GPS(703)588-0566
                                       UGS, light Gunter Brunhart and that can the sensor into Alan Sweeney
                                                      SDR; GPS;be     SAASM; PPS             gunter.brunhart@hqda.army.mil Ground Devel
                                                                                                            a small Unattended
Demonstrate the feasibility test a prototypearethe GPS sensor pursued by the offeror, seeking representative UGS node.the dev
            PHASE II: Transition the architecture andfor accurately and andenvironment,to earthshine/skyshine effects inmilitary
                           Develop robust architecture ultraviolet, visible, rapidly Phase 2 a and airglowcomprehensive the UV
                                       radiation transport, earthshine, skyshine,377-8900 models robust and
                                                    James models developed
                                                                  (781)         (781) infrared
                                                                                             james.brown@hanscom.af.mil
The contractor will demonstrate aearthshine/skyshine H. Brown 377-4412 under calculatingclouds, computer algorithms consiste
            Build a prototype ofdevelop the from Phaseboth commercial meritmilitary applications. The resultantmarketing plan fo
                          Further theDetector;Sniper;laser;direction;optic;autonomous Develop system design, system shall be
                                         system technical, and best commercial practices.
                                                    George I to commercial and andgeorge.gibbs@usmc.mil
Determine insofar as possible the scientific,system for Gibbs     (703)432-3676                            Vincent Ellis
                                                                                              feasibility of a a commercial and an analysis
            Evolve the Transition forecast infrared (IR)intofrom imagery prototype to
                           determining an atmospheric state (781) 377-4412 sensorproducing 72 the potential space intelligence su
                                       weather in James IH.satellite imagery, and Demonstrate commercial and the imagery for
                                                    Phase
Define an approach forapproach developedforecasting, satellite IR imagery, 377-8900DoD andhour Wentworth feasibility of the
                                                                 Brown
                                                                     a forecast (781)        management, adaptive tasking,
                                                                                                           Tracy forecasts of
                                                                                 capability. james.brown@hanscom.af.mil satellite groun
            Develop/update the the and provideintoWang703-697-6444 coordination with BMDS Wentworthusing simulated d
                          Integrate for technology a demonstration of track Fusion, Multi-sensor technology in a realistic environ
                                       Track correlation, Sensor 1 system in demonstration of the
                                                    Joey Phase Fusion, Data                  joey.wang@mda.mil
                                                                                                           netting concepts
Develop the mathematical basistechnology based onthe BMDSto provide acorrelation/sensor Tracy System Engineering and the
            • potential gains in UHFUHF Reuse CONOPS(619)524-7768 preliminaryreal-world needs.• Design and develop r
                            Refine themodeling, SATCOM,tool based on the
                                          SATCOM planning UHF,more accurately reflect designbeam, interference
                                                     capability realized by employing overlapping Pat Browne spectrum manageme
                                                                    to                       reuse strategy.• POA&M
                                                                                                           and Develop
• Assess the Develop a•prototype UHF Reuse Jack Nicholson frequency reuse,a jack.nicholson@navy.mil from earlier PhaseaI m
            • Develop develop a aModeling, Channel and LMSC model. Land-Mobile, optimal approach for II.• Include LMSC
                            Develop system based on Nicholson I work. • Demonstrate system Pat Browne SATCOM design, data
                                        modular, an improved(619)524-7768 using the Block feasibility, conceptual
                                                    Jack the Phase   reusable system
• Conduct research toa•prototypeprototype ofscalable, Model, Stochastic, • Develop anprototype from Phase building thea datab
                                                                                                            Error Rate,
                                                                                             jack.nicholson@navy.mil
            Refine the Mature the prototype, I, and Ryan Eggert estimation, Software reengineering, Frantom concept by HCI
                           methodology (not a wrapper technology)255-4822 X3317 ryan.eggert@wpafb.af.mil
                                       Ada, Legacy reuse, Software and conceptuallanguages and platforms, applythe a target DoD
                                                    Capt to additional programming a prototype tool that performs to four steps lis
                                                                  (937)                                     of the innovative
 Develop an innovativemethodology of Phase extendimplement and demonstrate design of a Barbara reverse engineering, applyi
Develop the algorithmsThe algorithmsI, evaluate and maturekill against variousbeTracy.Wentworth@mda.mil Interceptors, The
            Optimize results willPhase developed under the PhaseGuidance, Data Processing, Flight performancefor an integra
                           that of provide a highTracy Wentworth 882-7069 will threats. Demonstrate Control, algorithms. Neu
                                       Control Algorithms, Estimation, II effort 882-6361 PhaseNoel Paschalprocess in missile de
                                                     probability (703)
                                                                  of algorithms developed in
                                                                                (703)                       I acquisition
                                                                                               inserted the and validate the
            Demonstrate feasibilityinterceptor, avionics, communication, power, the proposed technology to enhance in Phase p
                          Develop and efforts a demonstrate proof-of-principle of system, or component(s) technological hurdle
                                        and engineering scale-up of 955-3778 technology; processors, data processors, avionics I
                                                     plan Engle(256) proposed 955-3614
                                                                                (256)        doug.engle@smdc.army.mil
                                                                                                           Dimitrios Lianos
Conduct experimental and analyticalexecuteto Doug to manufacture the avionics signalidentify and addressdeveloped electronics
Develop a mathematical updateof a models in Dr. sensorSullivan incomplete knowledge bythe BMDS C2BMC Element Program
            Develop and model the BMD Theory; Rogertoresource management;roger.sullivan@mda.milof the other‘s capabilitie
                          Integrate Game engagement that demonstratescoordination with each toWentworth defense option
                                          technology into the BMDS system in the effects of changes player
                                                     Phase 1 (703) 882-6185 882-6361
                                                                   include      (703)                      Tracy offense and
                                                                                              weapon resource management; countermeas
During Phase I, architecturephasecode shall bemissile system interactions code developedplume-hardbodyfor engines; phenome
            The the important plume-hardbodyflow; plumes; boostshall incorporate the keyaltitude;Phase II interaction CFD;the
                          This for a transitional Thomas Smithpreparing the which thomas.smith@edwards.af.mil be identified a
                                       shall be directed towards
                                                      developed which phase signatures; high under high thrust will
                                                                  (661) 275-5432 275-5471
                                                                                (661)         impact hardbody Barclay
                                                                                                           Carol signatures distribution to DS
For one maneuvering system at high altitude, identify the chemical and physical model flow, reactingrequired toelements. phase
            Identify all phenomenology signature processes that275-5432 275-5471 the lowto supportthrust propellant system
                          Transition advancedexit plane; rocket performance; two-phase usedthat ishigh MDA model andApply
                                       nozzles; methodology (661) are required to models
                                                    Thomas Smith existing signature phenomenaGregoryflow; plumes, boost prop
                                                                  into          (661)        thomas.smith@edwards.af.mil
                                                                                                              and Cord
            Develop/update the the and provideintoWang(703) systemAllocation,joey.wang@mda.mil
                          Integrate for technology Adaptive Scheduling, in coordination with BMDS System Engineering and the
                                       Optimization, a demonstration of advanced allocation of Tracy Wentworth a realistic engag
                                                    Joey Phase 1 697-6444                     Engagement Planning, interceptor, Ballistic M
                                                                                                           the technology in
Develop the mathematical basistechnology based onthe BMDSto provide a demonstrationmethods that will enable robust environ
Develop the necessarythe proposed plans, verify modularLethality, Hypervelocity,dimitrios.lianos@smdc.army.milthe performanc
            Implement Once fully tools to demonstrate proof-of-principle of design Hydrocodes, Shock-to-Detonation, be used ac
                           analytical developed, the that new(256) 955-3223 955-3614
                                       Interceptor,Dimitrios Lianos algorithmsthe proposed andBarryactualenhance can Deflagratio
                                                     Hit-to-Kill, coded
                                                                    software meets will begoals, technologyproduct that relevant test
                                                                                (256)                        into Pollard
                                                                                                 integrateduse a to data from
                                         graded chemistry/microstructure on a 656-4840for properties—ideally chemistry/microstru
                                                    Mr. Stephan be environmental resistance, graded a graded those of interest for
             Demonstrate impact ofof this technology would identified in thelarger suite ofachievingmicrostructure, high-temperat
                          Application creep processing route Russ (937) 255-1356 military
                                                                                (937)        Stephan.Russ@wpafb.af.mil
 Based on the candidate chemistries andfatigue, dwell fatigue, in advanced proposalpropulsion systems such as turbine engines
            Apply to 6‖x6‖-reinforced plate notskins, conductive, 255-9143 resistivity memory polymers, composites, under revers
                          Military application: The that than obtainhave use in chargelocal deflection ohm per UAV skins; seamless
                                       morphing, Dr. Jeffery 1/8‖ a surface <0.1‖ dissipation in morphing square, UAVs, adap
                                                    more can Baur elastomers, shape of
Conceive and demonstrate a materials concepttechnology willthick showing656-4706 less than 1 under subsonic aerodynamic
                                                                  (937)         (937)        jeff.baur@wpafb.af.mil
Develop the technology that will allow the transmission of technology and its255-9804data from abearing sensor. Management, s
            Fully develop and optimize dataBearing sensortemperature and vibrationjoined with bearing Health operating at pe
                          Military application: Sensor, Integrated Systems Health Management, Propulsion sensor would have orH
                                       Bearing transmission (937) 255-9798 integration with the
                                                    Mr. Craig Neslen transmission ability
                                                                    data        (937)        craig.neslen@wpafb.af.mil         Demonstrate
             4- to 6-inchMilitary application: Large segmentedMatson for space-qualifiable 20-inch (0.5 kg/m2. Quantifyas well as
                           diameter, science-type program and materials, with an areal density below m), telescopes the mate
                                       lightweight mirrors, hybrid produce(937) 656-4296
                                                    Dr. Lawrence mirrors a reconnaissance/surveillance
                                                                  (937) 255-9842             Lawrence.Matson@wpafb.af.mil
Fabricate a Conduct a processing space qualifiable, low authority mirrorcomposite materials, optics 5 type on-axis aspheric mirr
            The contractor is to further develop work is applicable to military security for detecting weapons and to in the operat
                          Military application: This the techniques 255-9889 255-4913
                                       terahertz, detector, coherent for material(s) that enable processes as well as explosives hidd
                                                    Mr. Charles(937)Stutz       (937)        charles.stutz@wpafb.af.mil
The emphasis of the effort shall develop processing proposed material or relevant material significant improvement fully demons
            Design andMilitaryaapplication: Therehybrid,Fleitzlightimproved definitioncompared improved sensor performance
                           build HD, low-light-levelPaul with improved high
                                       CCD, CMOS, is a well-documented,performance compared to current state-of-the-art (SO
                                                    Mr. detector  (937) level, critical military
                                                                                             paul.fleitz@wpafb.af.mil
Demonstrate the feasibility ofHD, low-light-level detector lowwith 255-9672 performanceneed for to current SOTA color and/or bla
            feasibility ofMilitary application: storage, energy to design and build a breadboard prototype demonstrating the funda
                           new technology to fabricate anshelters, 283-3715 283-2035conversion, UAVs, and lead-acid, lithium
                                       Energy Deployable energy storage system capable of integration with commercial photovolt
                                                    Mr. Reza Salavani
                                                                  (850) special operations,
                                                                                (850)        reza.salavani@tyndall.af.mil
Investigate Develop Phase I materials/methods/processes density, batteries, energyaircraft, smallphotovoltaic,electric vehicles (E
            Demonstrate the carbon nano-tailoredTia carbon Tolle
                           of producingcarbon New multifunctional carbon fibers will have applicationsfabrication. satellites and aer
                                                    Dr. fiber in (937) 255-9070 process stability and
                                                         carbon product forms amendable to composite on military Integrate within a
                                                                   fibers. Address           tia.bensontolle@wpafb.af.mil
Demonstrate feasibilityMilitary application:nanotubes, Benson fibers, composite, multifunctional scale up. Characterize structura
            One or more of the application: Performto includewill255-9070 change materials, PCM, thermal energy storage, TE
                                       integrated thermal Bensonanalysis, design, and experimental approach for into high-power
Develop a feasibility study for proposed innovationinintegrationTolle packagingandtia.bensontolle@wpafb.af.mil TES concept dem
                                                    Dr. Phase I and phase
                                                                  (937) be                     built at a breadboard system
                          Military systems identified Tia management,designed of the high-capacity TES level of technical readin
            Develop a commercial surface Covert Glenninterrogation, (850) 283-6090materiel for functionalized nanparticles at
                          Military application: monitoring system. stand-off area and detection
                                       prototype system for Johnson
                                                    Dr. monitoring of operations approach and assemble lab instrumentation to dem
                                                                  (850) Identify the
                                                                                 activation, glenn.johnson@tyndall.af.mil
Demonstrate the feasibility of the proposedplasmon resonance, 283-6223 detection, microwaveof presence of selected CBE. Co
            Develop a tool to be used by a Application to all weapons (405)Flow,assessed extensible to planning forthe productio
                           concept demonstrationvolume MRO facility that can7364178 can demonstrate similar DoD operations.
                                       Component Presentation, JIT, Material toolMaterial by managers involved in the uncertai
                                                      of a Just (405) 736-2736
                                                                  Bowman systems that        randel.bowman@tinker.af.mil
 Research and developMilitary application: lowMr. Randelin Time scheduling beand easilyStaging
            Obtain crack specimen; perform study would Inspection, changeMethod A D,developer (spray application)comparb
                          Military application: ResultsKarl Kraft used to Method specifications and generalcrack specimen order
                                       FluorescentMr. on washable line (405) A, Method
                                                      Penetrant be(405) 734-1881including dry powder hydrophilic series technical and pe
                                                                                             karl.kraft@tinker.af.mil
Manufacture set ofnecessary equipment for one waterpotential over rinsing739-4822 penetrants from emulsifier, form a, formto
            Work with the government on SF6Hexafluride,replacement (Full or 5412
                          Military researchSulfur Mr. presentof Greenhouse gas, radar systems, SF6 as airborne warning and can
                                       SF6, full replacement inTamiratreplace with a lower by showing same or better results con
                                                      is Solomon SF6 or (405) dielectric
                                                                       airborne military
Build on existing knowledge to application:approval of SF6(405) 736-5255 736 mixture) ratio such mixture to find best method(s
                                                                                             solomon.tamirat@tinker.af.mil
            Develop a Military application: Application to all a MRO Model with defined
                          concept demonstrationMr. based Business environment, randel.bowman@tinker.af.mil
                                       Multi-Echelon, Logistics weapons (405) 7364178
                                                     of Randel (405) 736-2736
                                                                  Bowman systems and extensible for assessing operations. It could
                                                                                              demonstrating similar constraints (personnel,
Research and developmanagement decision tool a MROon Management, throughput metricsto how all DoD feasibility for a ma
            Further develop theapplication: Sensor, Sneed phase application—for airframes, and any existing items. Show how
                          Military best method discovered in structural damage, track status of aircraft frame structure. Comme
To research the possible methods Remote Widespread multi-use toto report detect, locate and quantify damage in components.
                                                    Mike airframe, 734-2834
                                                                  (405)                      cracking, detection Diaz
                                                                                                            Hannah
                                        of structural health monitoring I reliably and mike.sneed@tinker.af.mil
            The contractor shall manufacturehydrophobic,radome using the 586-3756 for use beneficial processesallAir Force
                          Military application: variousChuc non-delaminating most chuc.nguyen@hill.af.mil
                                       Radome, a prototype (801)
                                                    Mr. materials, manufacturing processes
                                                                   delamination, dielectric, sandwich panel, successfully in of military a
                                                                                (801)         economically in the development while ensu
The contractor shall conduct research into Hydrophobic,Nguyen586-3737 radomes may be utilizedsolid laminate, low-cost man
            Develop and demonstrate reactor portablecapable ofEthanol,producing Deploy
                          Military basic a Cell, design Landfill, 277-5946 using thethe amount developed in Phase I the widest
                                       Fuel prototype Abrahambiofuel reactor
                                                    Mr. portable Atachbarian Methanol, high grade alternative fuel using military in
                                                                  (661) reliably             abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
Demonstrate the feasibility of aapplication: A Biomass,biofuel reactor would reducea technology of waste, generated atto produce
Develop and demonstrate the feasibility processes developedTinPhase I,of Risk specificmilitary program, inand demonstrate thes
            Refine the technologies and of evaluating processes to address882-6227 needs identified this topic. one that is
                          Demonstrate the new process technology as part per thesteve.linder@mda.milCoating
                                       Lead-free, Ball-Grid Array, in Whisker, an existing II plan. Evaluate particular Conduct
                                                    Steve Linder                (703)         Phase
                                                                  (703) 882-6318 the Mitigation, Conformal Chuck Pagel
             necessary Implement full-scale major parameters thatdevices inconservation Design the necessary circuitry to po
                          and develop a system Sensors; Detection; Nondestructive Evaluation; Structuralmarket
                                         Corrosion; prototype and optimize energy quantities proportional to Materials
                                                                     the NDE effect
Identify the Miniaturize sensors to monitor allproduction of (301)342-8020 corrosion rates. strategies/designs. and Navy deman
             Miniaturize Implement full-scale early-stage pitting NDE Detection; Health structure. Construct bread-board system.
                          the Phase Corrosion Monitoring;a (301)342-8020
                                          system production the corrosion in final size Monitoring; Sensors; Energy Navy deman
                                                                     prototype to meet complex goals. Refine to user interface and syste
Identify sensor type(s) to be used Ito detect and developofCorrosion devicesain quantities proportional themarket and Harvesting; E
             Develop a prototype NDT test equipment test(NDT); Non-destructive facilities for (NDE); process controls; welds;conf
                          Transition feasibility of Lenert ClarkDemonstrate in NDT Evaluation Cliff different components and de
                                         Non-destructive Test equipment tool to capability on several Whitner
                                                          NDT tool. (703)601-9225  (703)601-9210
                                                                                               lenert.clark@ssp.navy.mil
                                                                                                              to detect application during equipm
Conduct a study to determine the the prototypeutilizing recent advances the field technologiesin-service and measure materialma
             Finalize the for improvements being plan developed also identifyprototype of the proposed affordability. Include indus
                           design, as shipbuilding; affordability; materials; processes; welding Dean shipbuildingPerform laborato
                                         appropriate, developed and in working impact upon shipbuilding system. and repair a firs
                                                       James Mattern (202)781-2972             james.g.mattern1@navy.mil
Demonstrate feasibilityImplement the Phase III and demonstrate aPhase II in coordination with the Putnam
             Develop and demonstrate design for a Abraham AtachbarianPhase I results, concentrations inUnited States and abro
                          Military basic a prototype device, suitable for measuring abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil
                                         Total Trihalomethanes,based on theBy-Products, Safe Drinking Water water.
                                                       Mr. device Disinfectant
                                                                        find 277-5946           DOD suitable for the Act
Demonstrate the feasibility of aapplication: This device will(661)application at anyTTHM installation inmeasuring TTHM concentra
             IncorporateConduct replacement prototypes into compact rugged balancestorage). Buildunits of Build eightto valid
                             bleach cost trade off analysis for (703)432-3188
                                         water; bleach; sanatation; Food Service; packaging. Build four breadboard system units f
                                                       James Jackson cost effective
                                                                     most                      and that meets user needs.
Develop paper model oflessons learned from system (generation, control, output james.r.jackson@usmc.milthis type for field ev
Conduct research into laboratory demonstration model Overfelt
             Develop a development of electrically small, the device antennas; double negativePrepare transition packages for s
                          Initiate production efforts toelectrically proposed metamaterails basedMike Neel small antenna. efficien
                                         metamaterials; build metamaterials based antennas that provide improved radiation Demon
                                                       Pamela of the small in(760)939-1409
                                                                     (760)939-3958  commerical quantities. electrically left handed materials;
                                                                                                                materials;
                                                                                               Pamela.overfelt@navy.mil
             Further by Military prototype sensing research into adesigned which accounts for Human Interface, Opacity Determ
                          which a results of the PHI deviceany Military or Government operation with maintenance or training acti
                                                       Mr. Steve can Cost,Title V,EPA,Compliance Field demonstrate
                                                                     (801) portable              prototype.
Develop the meansdevelop theapplication:Opacity,Digital,Low be777-0359 devicesteve.rasmussen@hill.af.mil the prototype un
                                         Visible Applicable to Rasmussen (801) 777-0359
             Develop and demonstrate a prototype multi-spectral277-5946 device,projection for for visibleeffort, sensor package
                          Military application: This technologyprojection, multi-spectral, flickerless display, low EO that can backgr
                                         low background, scenecapable used for scene -35°C oron theall imaging temperature
                                                       Mr. device (661) projection
                                                                          Atachbarian             based less Phase I and IR.
Demonstrate the feasibility of an image projection Abraham will be of operating at abraham.atachbarian@edwards.af.mil operate
             Miniaturize Implement full-scaleandcomplex structure and detect final size Monitoring; Sensors; Construct bread-boaE
                          the Phase Corrosion a develop a (301)342-8020
                                          system Monitoring; the NDE Detection;quantities pitting corrosion. Energy Harvesting;
                                                                     prototype to meet Health goals. Manufacture/procure Navy deman
Identify sensor type(s) to be used Ito monitorproduction ofCorrosion devices inearly-stage proportional to market anddemonstratio
             Validate theMilitary application: and positioningconcept of the antennamatthew.white2@wpafb.af.mil
                             of the new material and Lt flight-worthy antenna arrays. The arraysantenna, anti modeling tools, orproto
                                         GPS, global materialof (937) approaches array, airborne shall fabrication array, small anten
                                                       2d proof design 255-5579
                                                                        system,                  design using computer jam correct of a fabr
Demonstrate applicationproposed antenna Produce Matthew White adaptive through development,be tested toand test environm
             Fully design material constructs thattechnologyinfrared detectors devices.a Perform thorough device2 and 14 µm.
                          Military application: This plasmons,(937) the potential
                                         polarization, supportHaren detector array use in wide range of between characterizati
                                                       Raymond polarimetric tunability Raymond.Haren@wpafb.af.mil
                                                                         has
Develop new nanoscale and fabricate polarization agile infrared 904-9894 forfor infrared wavelengthsmilitary remote sensing a
             Develop and demonstrate a prototype optic CARS Coherent Anti-Stokesto turbine combustors, turbine Diagnostics
                          Military application: A laser fiber-based systemCARS signals. Raman Spectroscopy system.
                                         Coherent fiber beams 931-454-7734 applicable
                                                       Ron Bishel to produce is                ron.bishel@arnold.af.mil
Demonstrate the feasibility of fiber-delivered Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy, CARS, Optical Diagnostics, Laser test facilities
             Validate technology forintegrated dewar will apply the thermal vacuumsteve.leclair@mda.mil approach and or cold
                            feasibility of the contractor assemblies, innovation882-6227
                                           electro-optical Steve LeClair 882-6317 demonstrated in manufacturing, packaging, validat
                                                       Dr. component product(703)
                                                                     (703)           design, manufacturing, integration phases to mass, me
                                                                                                 housing, cryogenic two
Develop conceptual theIn this phase,electro-optical product technologies described above by the first operation, coldonetestmor
Demonstrate improvedEstablish final array design Array, Interconnections array of the thealternate components, new mounted in
             Develop themanufacturability of a radarandA. Pagel 854-2382 854-6601 modules Alan MitchellPhase II amplifiers,
                            proposed advanced module including powera 2D
                                         Radar, Phased array module. This design will select card, distributedin
                                                       Charles manufacture (812)
                                                                     (812)                     chuck.pagel@navy.mil elemental adhesive m
                                                                                   amplification on          S. produced
             Develop process forfoundry service chips with wishing to have fully integrated 60K superconductor/CMOS circuits wi
                          Provide fabricating several hundred Josephson junctions, analog superconducting hundreds of Joseph
                                         superconductor, YBCO, CMOS, and superconductor (single layer (SOS)
                                                          to parties both silicon
                                                                     (619)553-3912             houssaye@spawar.navy.mil
                                                                                                             Anna Leese de Escobar
Determine key issues to fabricating monolithicPaul de la Houssaye cryoelectronics, silicon-on-sapphire and devices and CMOS
             Develop the required the prototypeEverett Jacobsphotonics; electro-optic modulator; Mach Zehnder modulator; a p
                          Based intensityphotonics; microwave phase Based performance design,analog applications as compar
                                         RF modulator which achieves improved
                                                          device fabrication. II, continuing development shall lead to production of comm
                                                                      in                        phase I for William Kordela
                                                                                                             RF fabricate
Design study of a LiNbO3 EO on processes for developed (619)553-1614 on the jacobs@spawar.navy.mil and characterizewave
             Refine the baselineapplication: tagging, tracking, and locating; homeland security Commercial application: This tech
                          Military concept into taggant, fluorescence sensing, target objectsbio-taggant bio-taggant material in c
                                         biological Morley Stone
                                                        tailored airborne 904-9536
                                                                       identifying, design forMorley.Stone@wpafb.af.mil
                                                                                                specific coated with
Design a bio-taggant sensor system capableaof detecting,(937) sensorand tracking detection, tracking materials of interest to the
In Phase I, we seek innovative concepts contractor on one(812) 854-1670 854-1751comply Michael established requirements f
             The approachthis phase, the that address electronics, of mission designs. Usingwith hardware test technologycomp
                          In must be radiation effectsinwillwide range radiation hardening, sensors, the Deiler the methods deve
                                          flexible for use a Turflingercomponents to fully reference architecture based on that
                                                       Thomas produce components and a
                                                                       of the      (812)                       the results of
                                                                                               thomas.turflinger@navy.mil
Identify andIn Phase II,Either solely, oris required designs, components available foundry, implement, performed on the full scale
              investigate the contractor in partnership infrared focal plane arrays,for radiation Lynette Brown verify in develope
                           materials, unique device to have (703) 882-6188 882-6370 and/or testing testprocess filters.
                                         infrared detectors; with novel sensor architectures,
                                                       Meimei Tidrow               (703)        radiation hardening, bandpass changes or ad
                                                                                                             production
                                                                      a suitable production meimei.tidrow@mda.miland
Phase I SBIR effortsSBIR efforts should take the innovation of Phase(505) 846-7024 systems increased efficiency or reducedde
             Phase II should concentrate oncryogenic, Infrared Sensorsand design/develop/construct to breadboard device to m
                          Typical MDA military the development of for cryogenic sensing
                                         radiator, space applications 846-9630
                                                       Tom Roberts                  I           concepts for relate a infrared sensing, cryoge
                                                                                                             Dr. Teng Ooi
                                                                     (505) the fundamental tom.roberts@kirtland.af.mil
             Build LN diode cooling system and mate it to Pump Lasers;Nd:YAG;Yb:YAG;Cryogeniccustomers. Commercial app
                          Military application: Develop and Ross power laser conversion kits to LN operation.
                                           system and determine(505) LN cooling parameters for DoD lasers;Solid State Lasers
                                                       Dr. Sean high diode design
                                                                       laser                   sean.ross@kirtland.af.mil
Design cryogenicprototype cooling Liquid Nitrogen;Diodemarket 846-9148 diode stack capable of optically pumping Nd:YAG or
             Produce, demonstrate and assessmentfor lifeElectronics(812) 854-6601 developedRadar term life forprocedures t
                          Establish industry standards technology854-2382of accurately Low Cost technologies and a Reliability
                                         Electronics Chuck Pagelprediction tools of utilize predicating long component/line replace
                                                        Packaging, (812) capable    Miniaturization,
                                                                                               chuck.pagel@navy.mil
                                                                                                             Steve Linder
Formulate and demonstrate a reliabilitytest statistically significant quantitiesanda system design specificT/R Modules, componen
             Subscale dome: Fabricate an optically polished ogive from with dimensionsoptical finishing, ceramic fabrication
                          Demonstrate commercial ALON, spinel, polycrystalline alumina, describedSullivan
                                         infrared a tangentHarris capability for forming and polishing full-scale domes.
                                                       Daniel ogive  (760)939-1649             daniel.harris@navy.milpolycrystalline alumina.
                                                                                                             Roger or
(1) Demonstrate near-net-shape forming ofdome,production dome domeoptical quality ALON, spinel,for Phase I. The dome ma
             Develop software modules improving Douglas(937) include scramjetthe software modules into computational tools u
                          Military application: MilitaryCFD simulation kinetics, supersonic scramjet design hypersonic air Quantify
                                         hypersonic,Dr. applications 255-7302 or utility for
                                                         scramjet, methods. Incorporate propulsion systems for and analysis. fuels, m
                                                                        Davis      (937)       douglas.davis@wpafb.af.mil
Develop and demonstrate methods for implementing the chemical accuracy656-4659 combustion, liquid hydrocarbon vehicles.
             Optimize innovative technologies for solar cellAdhesive, Coating Deposition Technologies, Solar Arrays, Optical Pr
                          Military application: This technologycoverglass(505) military satellites and isincluding resistance radiation
                                         Solar Cell material properties for solar 846-7877
                                                       Mr. John Merrillapplicable to
                                                                         is          adhesive Establish metrics enabling for higher to particl
                                                                                               john.merrill@kirtland.af.mil
Develop and validatethe coverglass adhesiveCover Glass (505) 853-3427 cells. with increased radiation resistance, combined w
             Further refine concept and developstructures, given mission
                          Military application: The prototype(s). Raise conceptantenna, membrane, reflector (TRL). Develop cost a
                                         deployable,Jeremy Banick
                                                          envisionedradio-frequency, Technology Readiness Level
                                                                        antenna is needed forjeremy.banik@kirtland.af.millow cost and rapid
                                                                                                 DoD RF missions requiring
Increase technical maturity of proposed reflector concept 505-846-9369 specifications from AFRL. Assess system cost, time to
             Design andDevelop and execute structuralmanufacture effortsbe demonstratedproof-of-principle; develop preliminar
                           fabricate a Synergistic Eugene Fosness that could to demonstrate in Radiation developedenvironment
Develop initial design concept; conduct analytical and experimental the sensor system, or component(s)Shielding, Communicat
                                          prototype aStructures, (703) 882-6117 882-6370
                                                         plan to concept
                                                                     Integrated Structures, Kill Vehicles, a representative KV in Phase II,
                                                                                   (703)                     Joe Ratliffe
                                                                                               Eugene.fosness@mda.mil
Show understanding ofContinue cook-offthe solution. Complete 882-6254 motor heather.simko@mda.milintegration intoto usein
             Refine the solution. Demonstrate theinsensitive propellants, solid conducted slow Stephanie Wacenske ballistic syste
                           the slow refiningdesign, solution data on previously rocket motor design, booster, which scaled used
                                         case test and collect on a solid rocket 882-6361 testing and begin missile, be a prot
                                                       Heather Simko any additional required at either analog scale or can
                                                                     (703)         (703)        model        cook-off tests
Show understandingaofWork with industry andfuels, hypergolic liquid propulsion, shipboardthe technology in energetics develop
             Develop small-scale problems with different (703) 882-6254 882-6361 its Propose technology solutions orshipboa
                           the safety LHP systemHeather Simko demonstration to show of safety
                                         Hypergolic government labs of hypergolic systems. safety ability, considering Navy system
                                                         or technology to plan the introduction
                                                                     types         (703)                     Stephanie Wacenske
                                                                                               heather.simko@mda.mil
             proposed solution, develop a test procedure, and provide toWork design, demonstration. The proof tothe end pha
                          Continue improving the testing Simko 882-6254 ofwithheather.simko@mda.mil labsatof introduce the
                                         insensitive propellants, (703) able (703) concept
                                                       Heather thesolid technology.motor a prototype and demonstration
                                                                                      provide industry and government
                                                                                                             Stephanie Wacenske concept
Outline the Improve the technology. Refine and test plan and berocketproof 882-6361booster, missile, ballistic protection of dem
             Develop and demonstrate conformalmaterials will be useful in 255-9157 of Electromagnetic 1MHz 20GHz. harda
                          Military application: These Max Alexander SE greateraSE greaterover 100MHz to 10GHz. applications
                                         HPM, microwave, high (937) 255-9135 an aircraft, spacecraft, shelter,Shielding
                                                       Mr. shielding material with
                                                                     power         (937) variety 60dB than 80dB over electromagnetic, shou
Develop and demonstrate a conformalashielding material with an microwave, thanMax.Alexander@wpafb.af.mil toMaterialsTechn
Conduct experimentalthe results and new open/modular, non-proprietary composite materials producibility,Ph.D.technology. Res
             Based on and analytical efforts Thermal Japzon proof-of-principle andLightweight;and/or and testing a Vibration Pro
                          Demonstrate findings of phase I, demonstrate the technologyimproveTeng K. structures prototype on
                                         Missiles; to Eddie Control; Thermal Insulation;eddie.japzon@mda.mil increase performanc
                                                         demonstrate               (703)         to             Shock Resistance;
                                                                     (703) 882-6313 882-6227 by fabricating, Ooi,
             Implement the manufacturing plan GregquantifyAttitude Control 882-6227of a new product technology. This demons
                          Complete technology transition andproposed propulsion product including integration with Insulation, Non
                                          the producibility of via successful (703) Validate the Temperature Material, an componen
                                                        and Stottlemyer milestones.
                                                                         key        demonstration
                                                                                               Gregory.stottlemyer@mda.mil
Develop a strategy to demonstrateComposites, Divert the (703) 882-6321 System, High feasibility of the material orMDA system
             list of innovative concepts forin full scale the goals above. Select846-1625 promising approaches and conduct mode
                          Design modeled aachieving accomplish hemispherical reflectance conductdemonstrating its abilitysenso
                                          build
Establish a From the concepts andAirbornePhase I,hemispherical reflectance, Temperature dependant reflectance, Temperatur
                                                    Laser, functioning 846.3282down select and device, detailed modeling and to be
                                                       Robert Ulibarri a further
                                                                     (505)         (505) the most
                                                                                               Robert.Ulibarri@kirtland.af.mil
             The contractor shall manufacture integral suppressed barrelcandidates and provide these prototypes for shallsmall
                          The contractor into manufacture small selected for suppressed barrels for fielded Marine Corps man
                                         Weapons;silencers;sound suppressor
                                                       George Gibbs  (703)432-3676             george.gibbs@usmc.mil
                                                                                                             Salvatore Fanelli
The contractor shall conduct research shallanprototypes of the arms integral small arms applications. The contractor testing and
Develop a general purpose passive successfulJudith Bishoppassive accelerometer array thatChhay Limlineof performancean alt
             Design, fabricate and demonstrate a prototype, Accelerometer, Submarine Towed Array
                          Based upon accelerometerFiber Optic provide this arraythe the submarine twin
                                         Vector Sensor, specification that addresses judith.bishop@navy.mil applicabilitydevelopm
                                                         demonstration,
                                                                     (202)781-2501             to             shows direct
                                                                                   (202)781-4523widest possible range advanced as requi
             The Phase Military application: a thorough analysis ofsystems,laser communications,adaptive optics,turbulence,scin
                          II effort will include Such turbulence application and develop
                                           atmospheric applications include Phase Ilaser, ground imaging systems, laser designators,
                                                       Dr. Larry Wright the tactical prototype device over a wide range of turbulence
                                                                     (505)         (505)       larry.wright@kirtland.af.mil
The proposer should select a deeptactical laser,ground imaging 846-4346 846-4018a prototype device for the Phase I effort. A
             The contractor to identify technologies will be 301-227-6069feasibilitydean.r.putnam@navy.milcombat operational p
                          Concepts and and characterize modular conceptsa prototype for testfor launchers,
                                         torpedo, high-speed, cavitating, the and technologies terminal defense critical to interf
                                                       Dean Putnam   integrated into              reaction, and and concepts
The contractor is expectedis expected to develop and demonstratemodular, quickof technologies evaluation on an systemthe ter
             Optimize, build, requirements for signal generation will and matcheddaniel.spendley@hanscom.af.mil
                          Military application: MIMO technologies and matched filtering and designed and proved feasible in Pha
                                         waveforms,Mr. Daniel Spendley
                                                         orthogonal(781) 377-7312
                                                                      waveforms, MIMO radar     filters performance increase to many military a
Identify architectural design and deliver prototype signal generatorsprovide a significant asdevelop simulations predicting the per
             and analyze several dual-polarized elementdual polarized (781)OTHRmichelle.champion@hanscom.af.mil phased(
                          Military application: Dual-polarized (781) Phase Isuitable over-the horizon radar(OTHR), high-frequency
                                         wideband radiators, configurations HF 377-1074 also be numerical electromagnetic simulat
                                                         configuration in 377-4036 perform
                                                                      radiators for and           operation applicable to military 2-D
Investigate Select the most promising elementMs. Michelle Championelement, forwilldetailed from 6 to 28 MHz in a ground-to-gr
             Develop hardware model to demonstrate the ECMimplementation process, electronic warfare, jamming waveform,
                          Military empirical method. Seng algorithm offers (ECM), radar, coupled with design variable randomnes
                                         algorithm, electronic Hong development process computational method beyond the typical
                                                       Dr. Investigate 255-6506 innovative
                                                                     (937)         (937)       seng.hong@wpafb.af.mil
Conduct proof of concept of anapplication: The utility of countermeasurean 255-5878 and assess its effectiveness. The algoritht
             1) Design, build, test, and deliversignal processing, digital mixers, filters, ADCs, etc.), military radar and filters, ana
                                         nonlinear a(Low Noise(781) demonstrated time phased-array Develop innovative digital re
                                                                      Amplifiers, receive arrays, NLSP correction techniques.
1) Identify candidate digital receiver hardware Mr. Gary Scalzi incorporating real are applicable to 2) antennas, digitalcommunica
                                                          NLSP techniques
                          Military application: The digital receiver 377-0216                  gary.scalzi@hanscom.af.mil
             Improve fidelity of focus problem and simulation) developed in Phase Iresourceutilized. more system sensor and e
                          Military application: sensing, persistent surveillance, sensor by and platform types georegistration/geol
                                         layered The U.S. Mary (937) 904-9123 sensory assets management, and the infrastructur
                                                       None military has developed new sensor
                                                                     Jarratt       (937)       mary.jarratt@wpafb.af.mil
Identify a representative military surveillance (and targeting mission and the 255-5112 incorporatingModel realistic components/
             Develop define a dynamically alterable array (315)subapertures, ability Deliverables shall include ground surveillan
                          Military application: Potential military applications of this design concept would include 1) Phase I Design
                                          architecture reconfigurable 330-4878 the STAP, SINR, moving detectable velocity (MDV)
                                                       Mr. William Lipe
                                                                      demonstrating            William.Lipe@rl.af.mil
Conduct research toa subaperture endo-clutter, design forsubaperture architecture. to dynamically alter and control subaperture
             Develop the algorithmscollaborative system of(937) space, remote sensors, theater for integrate this capability. CO
                          Military application: to demonstrate potential applications control small UAVs, loitering, smart weapons,
                                           identified, conduct performance analysis. Demonstrate ability, via experiments and simulatio
                                                       None Mary Jarrattcollaborative system exist
                                                                                   (937)       mary.jarratt@wpafb.af.mil
Develop approach, design, and algorithms A wide array control, 904-9123 255-5112 in to vertically exploiting sensing, tracking,
             The researcher shall develop/demo desired product 904-9164 Decision Aids
                          Military application: The a prototype
                                         Surveillance, Human/Machine Sensing, sensing, I architecture and technologies to makers i
                                                       Kirk architecture is a human-in-the-loop sensing system to aid decision show ab
                                                                     (937) combining           Kirk.Weigand@wpafb.af.mil
Phase I activity shall include: Design man/machineWeigandimplementing the Phaseinformation, and cognitive technologies to a
             Provide a concept demonstration of the and identify:904-9839 space william.baldygo@wpafb.af.mil for new andan
                          Military application: Improvedmost (937) - solution of data ground based SSA applications signal e
                                         radars, concept identification/tracking 656-4020
                                                       Mr. William promising processing, characterization Enhances SSA
                                                                      Baldygo (937)               space objects.
Conduct a feasibility study of the proposedspace surveillance, signal improvednewforand signal processing techniques- from Pha
             the technical feasibility persistent-sensing,I.and passive imaging isreconstruction, data driven autofocus, 3-Dvisualiz
                          Military application: Both active staring-RF, 3-Dthe 3-D image quality. Produce a Phase plan to exten
                                         of innovative algorithms which
                                                        Phase Demonstrate image of the algorithms on measured radar data in the
                                                                     (937) 904-9294            leroy.gorham@wpafb.af.mil
Investigate Execute the plan developed under Mr. LeRoy Gorham improveutilityapplicable within the DepartmentsIIof Homeland D
             Execute Phase II SDP synthetic automaticradar (SAR), feature-aided tracking, which detect, imaging,across broad u
                          Military andto implement a Uttam Majumder RF(ATR) specific vehicles, and individuals identify movin
                                          develop aperture target real-time
                                                       Mr. prototype recognition processing system to detect, track, and persistent-sta
                                                                     (937) 904-9043            uttam.majumder@wpafb.af.mil
Design RF processing system application: Airborne technology to track/identify algorithms moving-target identify, and track targe
             several candidate DBF digital beamforming, multibeam phased-array the phased array antennas control tradeoffsSe
                          Military application: The DBF generaldirectly applicable to Boris.Tomasic@hanscom.af.mil
                                          architectures for perform a 377-2055
                                                       Dr. Boris be application numerical simulation, and refine the including cost. in
                                                                     (781)                     antennas, adaptive pattern design integration
Investigate For the DBF concept selected in Phase I,willTomasicdetailedto conformalGDPAA acquisition program forin conforma
             Finalize detail design, prototypeFuture military (505)846-6079hugeRHBD,in the ability to acquire, process, and distrib
                          and/or application: and validateRadiation Tolerance, leaps
                                         Radiation Hardened, Phase solutions. developments or Radiation Hardened CMOS, Radi
                                                       Creigh Gordon systems need  (505)       creigh.gordon@kirtland.af.mil
Show through analysis Military hardware demonstration that key Itechnology 853-2205 RHBP, adaptations can benefit space com
            Finalize detail design, prototypeMilitary spacePhase Single Event Effects, Total Ionizing Dose, Memory, Access Tim
                          and/or application: and validate systems need much larger
                                       Radiation Hardened that key solutions. developments or capacity than currently available t
                                                   Creigh Gordon(505)846-6079 (505)       creigh.gordon@kirtland.af.mil
Show through analysis Military hardware demonstration SDRAM,Itechnology 853-2205memory adaptations can achieve requirem
Research and develop Develop a characterize Dr.processabove listed (703) 882-6370 orSensors, Passive IR Sensor,its functiona
            Design, develop, and manufacturingprototypeforlarge format IRFPA Active ladarDimitrios Lianos
                          a conceptual design meeting the (703) 882-6188
                                       Discrimination, Meimei TidrowlargephysicalIRFPA
                                                    a IR Detectors, Ladar format constraintsreceiver and demonstrate RemoteDe
                                                                 a the          receiver, or ladar andreceiver andrequirements. Determ
                                                                                          Meimei.Tidrow@mda.mil assist the Missile Se
                                                                                                         parameter
Develop and demonstrate innovative materials and/or techniques capable of reducing device integration into one orwithoutarray
            Develop and demonstrate cost effective Blevins
                          Target MDA industrial partners for (wide bandgap semiconductors, GaN,David Via and cost more BMDS
                                       Thermal management, technology (937) 255-4913
                                                   John manufacturing processes. with potentialG. powertemperaturephased degr
                                                                 937) 255-9872transition Validate thermal, reliability
                                                                                          john.blevins@wpafb.af.mil
                                                                                                        junction amplifiers, benefits to
Develop and demonstrate concept(s)the of the Larry Altgilbers Interference, 955-3614 the technology in a realistic laboratory en
            Refine/update the feasibility newonproposedresults. 955-1488 anti-jam and/or HMP/UWB/EMP protection.aDemons
                          Demonstrate based Electromagnetic operation as Electromagnetic Pulse, Wentworth Microwave, Rad
                                       Anti-Jam, technologies(256) Evaluate/demonstrate
                                                     Phase I technologies(256) part of a complete system or Power
                                                                 via           for        Larry.Algilbers@smdc.army.mil in system-
                                                                                                       Tracy High operation
            Develop study and an initial development effort that 854-2382 Radar,increase provided Walderhardware providing in
                          Production of robust applicationA. Photonic Links, 854-6601
                                       Microwave Photonics; Pagel demonstrates a photonic circuit and components for utilization
                                                   Charles ready, the 5,(812)
                                                                (812)          photonic chuck.pagel@navy.mil
                                                                                          Packaging Mike by the
Perform a feasibility a prototype photonic circuit. Demonstrate TRLperformanceinterconnections concept capable of over the cur
Research, quantitatively analyze, characterize Meimei Tidrowthe882-6188 882-6370 or component(s) developedor dual-mod
            Design, develop, and and develop a prototype(703) active, sensor system,
                          Develop and execute a a conceptual design and passive, meimei.tidrow@mda.milSpectral component) a
                                       Remote Sensing,to manufacture the assess the feasibilityDimitrios Lianos (or Characteristic
                                                    plan Multispectral Imaging, Discrimination, IRofseeker system
                                                                 of           (703)       or dual-modeDetectors, passive, in Phase II,
                                                                                                           an active,
             survey develop, and establish High resolution(505) 846-0995 for one or more prototypesintegrated LSS and THz
                          Military application: fabrication and other devices,Terahertz
                                       High power antenna technologies. Design and susumu.yakura@kirtland.af.mil
                                                    wideband terahertz of (505) at relatively far distances and establishing an und
                                                                 imaging objects           develop concepts for to yield high performanc
Perform theDesign, of LSS materials and THz Dr. S. Joe Yakura capabilities846-9103 antennas,Laser-induce semiconductor ph
            innovative approaches high energyDr. Edward (505) gamma, be846-9853 functional, reliability, etc. testing towherev
                          of the application: Such a neutron source device.aPerform
                                       to achievingneutron source, repetition rate,greatpulse width military detector systems demon
                                                     target intensity, 846-0687
                                                                  prototype (505)       and fissile, for parameters. Deliver documented
                                                                                          edward.ruden@kirtland.af.mil
Investigate Finalization Militarydesign and fabrication of theRuden would explosives, benefit detector, intensity, high repetition, e
            The contractor will manufacture prototype hardware, conduct initiator that to integrate thethe 40MM report of onto ap
                          The contractor partner George existing of a fuse system george.gibbs@usmc.mil
                                       Weapons;40mm;grenade;fuse;fire control;airburst
                                                    with an Gibbs
                                                                (703)432-3676              testing and Salvatore detailed round that can
                                                                                                       submit Fanelli
The contractor shall research and investigate the developmentgrenade manufacturer would fit within adeveloped system findings
             we contractor shall but practical means to dramaticallya transition components device)-per-cubic-centimeter syst
                          Military application: The contractor 505-846-5813
                                       radiation effects on electronics,ofto gigascale (order single event transients systems through
                                                   James prototypes          increase thejames.lyke@kirtland.af.mil of
                                                                                            density and performance
 In Phase I,The seek imaginativedemonstrate practicalLykewill seeksingle event effects, billionto major DoD systems. Commerci
Design rad-hard, high performanceis expectedDave sample-and-hold,(505) 846-2290 scaleone or more of the following cases:
            The contractor will produce a working work with other industry partners and ultra-high-speed, radiation-hardened w
                          The offeror analog-to-digital, Alexander architecturesacquisition, DoD Jim Lyke modify and improve the d
                                        analog to digital converter 846-4499 that respond to offices to
                                                    to version (505) ADC suitable for david.alexander@kirtland.af.mil
                                                                of the         data        large       manufacture. The contractor will
            the feasibility of incorporating to design, SATCOM Diplexer design, inprototype(s)Grant Miller submarine-launched
                          Develop Phase I advanced develop, construct, for use full-duplex, UHF the proposed solution or UHF P
                                       advanced materials, advanced filter and test hartkaka@npt.nuwc.navy.mil
Investigate Utilize the findings ofthe integrated Kimberly Hartkasuch as conductivea 3-inch, expendable, tethered buoy in environ
                                                    UHF materials
                                                                (401)832-4744               or
                                                                              (401)832-3303 plated plastics in solid, other states, rigid a
                                                                                                       of SATCOM,
            will require Military application: Uses of this voltage, high (505) airborneBuild ground-based pulsedDesign target iden
                           Phase II research on Mr. William (505) the Phase 853-3081 generator technology. radar, sinewave
                                       non-linear,transmissionD. of 846-0416 effort. and and demonstrate a prototype prototyp
                                                    new high part Prather Q repetive william.prather@kirtland.af.mil
                                                                 line,high power          pulse
This phase Execute theinnovativeplanning developed astechnology include Imicrowaves,HPM,directed energy,dampedaof a high
            The provider and/or architectures Mr. Charles(505) 853-1069 the ability to integrate laser for multipleof key aspects
                          Military application: This technology is applicablestabilization,beam control
                                       Laser resonators,fine tracking,beam to lightweight laser systems resonator and beam contr
                                                    should be designed and 853-1698
                                                                  concepts (505)            Experimental demonstrations
Components, techniquesshould demonstrate the proposedBecknerand modeled. charles.beckner@kirtland.af.miltactical platform
            Develop, fabricate application: Modulators for (505)peak power 846-9853 systems for manned and unmanned airand
                           and material utilizationDr. Matthewhigh 853-4507 electrical switch capableexperiments of
                                       demonstratethrough modeling and (505)
                                                      a prototype,power,high power microwave,IGBT,JFET,GaAs,SiC,GaN,laser trigg
                                                                    solid state pulsed powerPerform feasibility of switching 20-50 kV, a
Examine device designMilitary and solid state switch,pulsedDomonkossimulation. matthew.domonkos@kirtland.af.milmaterialsve
Design concept of concept,EM application: ProvideBrandon AFRL specification.can procure the technology in ordermethod (if ap
            Refine tailored develop prototype Mr.and majorArritt853-2611 of EM brandon.arritt@kirtland.af.miltesting, provide gr
                          Military structures. AFRL analysis showing programs Conduct EM variability and control to Infrared
                                       Symbiotic Structures, to satellite limits 846-7877
                                                    hardware Multifunctional Structures, Electromagnetic Radiation, Optical,
                                                                (505)         (505)        properties, and mechanical                     d
            Develop and demonstrate a overof great interestat athe manyof 454-6348 that operate at cryogenic (> 0.15 m/sec)
                          This devicespace testing, James Burns 454-3650 range james.burns@arnold.af.mil conditions (<77K
                                        would be a 0.3 m range to velocity test least 0.05 m/sec in cryovacuum
                                                   Mr. system (931) 1-meter at facilities
                                                                over          (931)
 Demonstrate the feasibility of operation prototypelinear motor, cryogenic motor at maximum speeds achievable temperature an
Develop conceptual designs of thelow cost target,work WilliamsTasks (505) include, and are not limited to, development and the d
            Demonstrate the full design developed electro (505) 846-0396 calibration, sufficient hardware a detailed demonstrat
                          The offeror is expectedAndrew with other industry partners but DoD David Founds and improve testi
                                        hardware based on preliminary analysis. Perform characterization, modify
                                                    to in Phase I.
                                                                optical, sensor, 853-3375
                                                                               shall                   offices to sounding rocket, ejection
                                                                                          Andrew.Williams@kirtland.af.mil
              Phone      Fax       Email       TPOC 3 Phone           Fax      Email
cenheimer@wpafb.af.mil
              (301)757-2061
Ol@wpafb.af.mil
              (937)255-5637
                         (540)653-5234
              (540)653-2741                    Glen Sturtevant
                                                           (703)588-2449
                                   Geoffrey.d.Johnson@navy.mil                 foxe@onr.navy.mil
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              (301)342-4078
              (937)255-2387                                (937)255-2387
              (301)342-9343
              (505) 853-3990       Grant.Philipson@kirtland.af.mil
                         (505)     thomas.jones@kirtland.af.mil
              (505) 853-6861 846-0748
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                         (202)764-2105
              (703)601-9374        SP2731@ssp.navy.mil
              (301)757-0486
              (301)342-0886                                (301)995-4341
                         (760)939-1733
              (760)939-1645        james.hoover@navy.mil
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                         (256)     gary.reisenwitz@mda.mil
              (256) 955-1762 955-1689          Noel Paschal           (256)    noel.paschal@us.army.mil
                                                           (256) 955-5942 955-1432
                         (505)     michael.vigil@kirtland.af.mil
              (505) 853-2914 846-5051
                         (505)     christopher.paul@kirtland.af.mil
              (505) 846-5123 846-7877
              (619)545-0959                                (301)342-2632
don@kirtland.af.mil
                         (760)939-1617
              (760)939-1629        roger.sullivan@navy.mil
alugi@wpafb.af.mil
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edemann@wpafb.af.mil
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              (505) 853-6241                   Greg Stottlemyer
                                                           (703)
                                   edward.barth@kirtland.af.mil882-6321        gregory.stottlemyer@mda.mil
             (301)342-8006
hanscom.af.mil
                        (256)     ricardo.parks@us.army.mil
             (256) 955-5822 955-3614
de@brooks.af.mil
                        (401)832-3303
             (401)832-5491        LaCombJA@npt.nuwc.navy.mil
e@kirtland.af.mil
             (215)897-8330        john.kuseian@navy.mil
                        (202)781-4695
             (202)781-4454        whitfieldcl@navsea.navy.mil

               (850)234-4641        Robert.g.mcdonald@navy.mil
               (540)653-4167        lafolletterd@nswc.navy.mil
                          (301)227-3720
               (301)227-5157        tina.lerke@navy.mil
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               (301)342-3761
                          (703)432-3322
               (703)432-3325        louis.curcio@usmc.mil
                          (703)432-3532
               (703)432-3695        william.story@usmc.mil
                          (202)781-4566
               (202)781-1411        jeffrey.r.sachs@navy.mil
                          (812)     samuel.stuart@navy.mil
               (812) 854-5958 854-3589
                          (703)492-5141
               (703)492-3342        hartpa@efv.usmc.mil
                          (703)     steve.linder@mda.mil
               (703) 882-6318 882-6227
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                          (202)767-1494
               (202)767-2172                     Larry Caramia   (202)781-4589
                                    moroz@nrl.navy.mil (202)781-2996       lawrence.caramia@navy.mil
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               (321) 853-0321       richard.sirmons@patrick.af.mil
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                          (616)767-4261
               (619)553-1467                    Alan M. Sweeney524-0022 524-4522
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                          (256)     ricardo.parks@us.army.mil
               (256) 955-5822 955-3614
               (619)524-7416        bill.rix@navy.mil
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               (619) 524-0022       alan.sweeney@navy.mil
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                       (812)     hyong.chang@navy.mil
            (812) 854-6463 854-1332
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                       (301)342-5655
            (301)995-4463        thomas.hane@navy.mil
                       (619)524-7374
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                          (812)     hyong.chang@navy.mil
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               (619)524-7921        thomas.piwowar@navy.mil
white2@wpafb.af.mil
               (937) 255-4709 X3166 mark.oliver@wpafb.af.mil
                          (703)     roger.sullivan@mda.mil
               (703) 882-6185 882-6361
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                          (256)     gisele.wilson@smdc.army.mil
               (256) 955-2747 955-3958
               (619) 524-0022       alan.sweeney@navy.mil
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                          (703)784-5842
               (703)432-3580        ellisvj@mcsc.usmc.mil
                          (703)     Tracy.Wentworth@mda.mil
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                          (703)     tracy.wentworth@mda.mil
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               (937) 255-4827 X3343 Barbara.frantom@wpafb.af.mil
               (256) 955-5942                    Dimitrios Lianos
                                                             (256)      (256)
                                    noel.paschal@us.army.mil 955-3223 955-1432dimitrios.lianos@smdc.army.mil
                          (256)     dimitrios.lianos@smdc.army.mil
               (256) 955-3223 955-1432                       (703) 681-3543
                                                 Dr. Pashang Esfandiari       pashang.esfandiari@mda.mil
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                          (256)     carol.barclay@smdc.army.mil
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                          (703)     gregory.cord@mda.osd.mil
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                          (703)     tracy.wentworth@mda.mil 955-3223 955-1432
               (703) 882-7069 882-6370                       (256)
                                                 Dimitrios Lianos       (256) dimitrios.lianos@smdc.army.mil
                          (256)     barry.pollard@smdc.army.mil
               (256) 955-1431 955-3614
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               405-736-5221         hannah.diaz@tinker.af.mil
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               (812) 854-2382       chuck.pagel@navy.mil
            (301)342-3761
            (301)342-3761
                      (703)601-9210
            (703)601-9224       sp201231@ssp.navy.mil
  Dean Putnam                   dean.r.putnam@navy.mil
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ckson@usmc.mil
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                          (619)553-1090
               (619)553-5987                     Everett Jacobs
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                          (619)524-7374
               (619)524-7316        william.kordela@navy.mil
one@wpafb.af.mil
                          (850)     michael.deiler@eglin.af.mil 882-6162 882-6370
               (850) 883-1919 882-4128                      (703)
                                                 Erwin Myrick          (703)  erwin.myrick@mda.mil
                          (937)     lynette.brown@wpafb.af.mil
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                          (256)     Teng.Ooi@mda.mil
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                          (760)939-1617
               (760)939-1629        roger.sullivan@navy.mil
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                          (703)     joseph.ratliffe@mda.mil
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ander@wpafb.af.mil
                          (256)     teng.ooi@mda.mil
               (256) 313-9228 313-9855                      (256) 876-1712
                                                 Dr. Gerald Russell           Gerald.russell@us.army.mil
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               (703)432-4949        salvatore.fanelli@usmc.mil
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                          (256)     dimitrios.lianos@smdc.army.mil
               (256) 955-3223 955-1432
               (937) 255-1874       glen.via@wpafb.af.mil
                          (703)     Tracy.Wentworth@mda.mil 313-9549 313-9548
               (703) 882-7069 882-6370           Pete Cerny(256)      (256)   pete.cerny@mda.mil
               (202) 404-8378          (202) 404-2561
                                    Michael.walder@nrl.navy.mil
                          (256)     dimitrios.lianos@smdc.army.mil (256) 955-1432
               (256) 955-3223 955-1432                     (256) 955-5942
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                          (505)     james.lyke@Kirtland.af.mil
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                          (401)832-3303
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                          (505)     David.Founds@Kirtland.af.mil
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