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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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1945 – Background Currently, heat exchangers on vehicles are typically placed substantially perpendicular to an air flow and towards the front of the vehicle, which requires a large frontal area on the vehicle, thereby producing a high associated drag. Private and commercial vehicles usually employ a heat exchanger commonly referred to as a “radiator” to effect heat transfer. As illustrated, the... Read More
2812 – Background: Two researchers from the College of Mechanical Engineering, Kenneth A. Cunefare and Anne-Marie Albanese Lerner, at the Georgia Institute of Technology have explored vibration absorbers. There are three kinds of vibration absorbers: the tuned vibration absorber (TVA), the active vibration controller (AVC), and the adaptive vibration absorber (AVA). The goal of a vibration... Read More
2577 – Technology Two researchers from the College of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Abhijit Chatterjee and Achintya Halder, at the Georgia Institute of Technology have explored systems and methods for digital-based, standards-compatible testing of analog circuits embedded inside integrated circuits. In this regard, their invention can be broadly described as a built in test that... Read More
6957 – Background: Interconnects in electronic systems are a basic building block that enable electrical signals to move through the different components of the system. The capability of the interconnect to transport signals reliably is a critical factor in high performance electronic systems. Overcoming barriers in the development of interconnect technology can lead to higher performance computing... Read More
6864 – Background: Cell-based assay systems have become increasingly important as the pharmaceutical industry seeks to increase the efficiency of drug development. Use of cell-based assays have the potential to help reverse an increasing trend of costly late-stage drug failures, which can result in a loss of several hundred million dollars. Current cell-based systems, especially those relying on a... Read More
6745 – Background: The vagus nerve, the longest autonomous nerve in the human body, is responsible for a multitude of tasks such as heart rate, gastrointestinal peristalsis, sweating, and muscle movements in the mouth, including speech. Since the first implantation of a cardiac pacemaker over 50 years ago, there has been an interest in devices that stimulate nerve activity to relieve clinical... Read More
6891 – Background: Semiconductor nanowires are promising building blocks for innumerable advanced materials and devices, such as thermoelectrics, light emitting diodes, solar cells, and cellular scaffolds. Despite their potential, a need remains for an efficient and large-scale process for the fabrication of semiconductor nanowires with the dimensions, dopant concentrations, and spatial arrangements... Read More
6559 – Background: Fibrinogen is a soluble plasma protein that is converted to insoluble fibrin fibers in response to damage to the vascular system. The temporary fibrin matrix promotes cell adhesion, migration, and proliferation, which are essential to wound healing. Bioengineered fibrin gels are used to promote wound healing in various clinical applications. However, most commercially... Read More
6492 – Background: Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) represents a novel way of transmitting wireless signals from cellular phones and other wireless telecommunication devices. It enables radio-frequency (RF) signals being broadcast from the device to be spaced much closer together without interference between signals resulting in lower signal power and consequent data loss. Inserting... Read More
5430 – Background: Craniosynostosis is the premature fusion of the cranial suture early in development. If left untreated, blindness, deafness, and delays in development can occur. The current treatment for craniosynostosis uses surgery to remove the fused area and remodel the skull. In up to 40% of patients, the skull re-fuses; necessitating additional surgery that often results in death or... Read More