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Each year Georgia Tech develops hundreds of technologies, and we seek industry collaborators to license and take those technologies from our labs to the market. Technologies are searchable by category, key word, or phrase and include a detailed description of the technology, inventor and patent information, and contact information to learn more about each technology.
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6550 – Background: As the popularity of genomics applications increases, there is demand for new algorithms to handle the data generated. Particularly, the need to keep track of the k-mers, or short sequences of data, resulting from genomic analysis means that better algorithms are needed to support applications as they analyze genomic data for research and clinical diagnostic purposes. ... Read More
6914 – Background: Supervisory control and data acquisitions (SCADA) systems are utilized across many industrial control systems (ICS) applications including building automation, oil and gas distribution, national power plants, water, sewage, and even traffic lights. A security breach within a critical SCADA system might lead to very tragic consequences. In the past few years, attacks on... Read More
6885 – Background: In today’s society, data security breaches and cyber-attacks are a pervasive worldwide problem for governments, companies and for the average consumer and computer user as well. Many security breaches target company databases, retail point-of-sales (POS), the internet and e-commerce activities, with the intent of stealing personal information (usernames, passwords, ssno,... Read More
6824-6878 – Background: In today’s society, a growing number of users are demanding more sophisticated services from wireless communication devices. This demand has led to an increase on the wireless channel. In order to meet this rising demand and capacity, communication devices have increased the number of antennas at the transmitter and receiver, thereby creating multiple-input multiple-output... Read More
4292 – Background Pressure ulcers are widely considered to be a critical problem in rehabilitation because they result in severe discomfort and high healthcare costs. The prevention of pressure ulcers is a constant preoccupation for every nursing team as they are a significant secondary complication of mobility impairment. In addition, other skin diseases (e.g., chronic diseases) have... Read More
1673 – The leading edges of wings, tails, fins, struts, cowls, and other appendages of supersonic and hypersonic vehicles are normally blunted so that the heat transfer and structural loads will be manageable. However, much of the wave drag experienced by these vehicles is due to leading edge blunting. Wave drag is responsible for approximately one-third of the total drag experienced by aircraft,... Read More
1054 – A dual linearly-polarized cross-correlating radiometer including an apparatus for calibrating the cross-correlating channel of the radiometer is described. The apparatus for calibrating the cross-correlating channel comprises a first calibration load, a second calibration load positioned perpendicularly thereto, and means for rotating the calibration loads relative to the feedhorn of the... Read More
1250 – Aroylaniline compounds which exhibit anti-retroviral activity, pharmaceutical compositions containing such aroylaniline compounds, and methods for treating a retroviral-infected host comprising administering an antiviral effective amount of an aroylaniline compound to a host.
6401 – Background: Advances in electronic miniaturization is resulting in the development of extremely small (‘nano’) sized parts and components. Nanoscale devices are heavily researched items since they offer tremendous advantages in terms of improved performance, lower manufacturing cost and smaller form factors. In this invention, a nano-transceiver (transmitter-receiver) capable of... Read More
6075 – Background: Inductive links have been extensively used for short-range data and power transmission and are quickly becoming one of the most common methods to wirelessly send power and data from the power source to several electronic devices. The major challenges that limit the widespread commercialization of inductive links include achieving high power transmission efficiency, high data... Read More