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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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7969 – Using machine learning models to perform material simulations with quantum mechanics Background: Traditional experiments and computational modeling often consume tremendous amounts of time and have many experimental limitations. By using machine learning for the design and discovery of new materials, there is the possibility to achieve great improvements in both time and... Read More
6147 – A method for achieving dynamic priority control with multiple queues for N-tier computer systems. Background: The quick fluctuation of response time under the partial-saturation state of hardware is due to hardware resources reaching saturation, causing queues to form for incoming jobs. These queues have no priority regarding the various jobs, causing very short jobs to wait behind... Read More
6551 – A first example of behavior involving molecular inhibitors and the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors to provide potential new drug developments for nervous system disorders Background: Nicotine addiction and neurological disorders are major health concerns in the U.S. population and worldwide. Considerable interest in drug discovery has been focused on allosteric ligands, which are... Read More
3548 – Improvements to Fourier-transform volume holographic spectrometer to decrease size and cost. Background: Compact, portable, efficient, and low-cost spectrometers are of high interest in practical sensing applications, especially in biological and environmental sensors. Conventional spectrometers are comprised of four components which are responsible for directing, dispersing, and... Read More
7762-7763-7764 – A method for multi-material 3D printing that allows the printing of complex 3D structures. Background: Conventional multi-material printing is complex and can only create one product in the same structure. Current multi-material printing techniques involve multiple print heads, different materials with different properties, and sometimes different printing techniques. This results in low... Read More
7434 – A biologically-inspired strategy to enhance the expansion of therapeutic T cells by mimicking the environment and conditions of lymph nodes. Background: Cancer is one of the largest diseases impacting the world and resulting in high mortality rates worldwide. Research and development in cancer treatment has turned to cell immunotherapy, where a patient’s own T-cells are rewired to fight... Read More
8025 – PRIISM; a software that conducts infrastructure system modeling and analysis in a more advanced way than previously possible Background: Existing infrastructure system risk modeling methods focus on single systems, providing assessments of risk within a single infrastructure network type. These modeling and analysis technologies look specifically at a single infrastructure system.... Read More
8035 – A focused ultrasound controller with real-time methods to localize, characterize, and control the cavitation activity for imaging, diagnosis, and treatment. Background: Focused ultrasounds (FUS) mediated stable and inertial microbubble vibrations (acoustic cavitation), are associated with several bio-effects. One of these side effects is blood-brain barrier disruption, which enhances drug... Read More
3080 – A device for improved blood flow control and energy loss in single ventricle heart surgery. Background: One in 500 children is born with a single ventricle heart, resulting in open-heart surgery to repair and separate the pulmonary and systemic blood circuits. In a single ventricle heart, there is one ventricle large enough to pump blood to both the body and the lungs. Total... Read More
7744 – An antenna-less RFID tag able to operate at any frequency with the flexibility to be reprogrammed to work in static (ID mode) or dynamic (multi-bit communication) mode. Background: Radio-frequency identification systems (RFIDs)are highly sought after for many data collection applications, such as tracking devices, identification cards, and contactless payment. A system of tag antennas... Read More