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May 7, 2018
Under its RANGE award, a team from Stanford University united with Farasis Energy, Inc to bring advanced mechanical modeling and sensing expertise to battery design and production.
May 7, 2018
The Syracuse University team’s goal is to develop an advanced micro-environmental control system, named μX, which is compact, efficient, quiet, and ergonomic. μX can enable local climate control to keep the occupant comfortable and facilitate expansion of thermostat setpoints, thus significantly reducing energy consumption for building HVAC.
August 23, 2016
Under ARPA-E support, Transphorm’s goal was to advance the state-of-the-art in compact high efficiency power conversion by developing high performance GaN HEMT switches on low cost silicon substrates. Specifically the project team aimed to demonstrate high voltage (600V and 900V) GaN-on-silicon normally-off power switches that could be manufactured at competitive costs. To do so required Transphorm to overcome challenges of growing high quality GaN layers on Si substrates. This task was particularly challenging due to the mismatch of both crystal lattice structure and coefficients of thermal expansion mismatch between GaN and Si.
August 23, 2016
Working within the METALS program, UHV Technologies set out to develop a high throughput, fully automated sorter for light metal alloys, as illustrated in Figure 1.
February 27, 2017
UTRC designed its tank through an integrated computational optimization, employing detailed topology optimization and structural analysis. The
February 27, 2017
Under ARPA-E support, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), in conjunction with the University of California at Berkeley (UCB), Wildcat Discovery Technologies, and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), set out to synthesize and characterize MOF sorbents for carbon capture applications.
February 27, 2017
The primary objectives for this project included both the development and testing of µPMU hardware and the exploration and validation of potential µPMU data applications that would be valuable for utilities.
February 27, 2017
The Berkeley team’s goals were to create a human-carried (backpack) audit package, and demonstrate no more than a 10% difference in the predicted energy usage between a manual audit and the backpack audit process in EnergyPlus models for a commercial building with at least 3 floors and a backpack capital cost of <$40,000.
May 7, 2018
The University of California, San Diego (UCSD) team sought solutions to the RANGE challenges at both the vehicle system level and the cell level. At the vehicle level, the team employed computer models to determine how a battery pack could replace other parts of the car.
May 7, 2018
The University of Colorado, Boulder (CU-Boulder) project seeks to develop a regional natural gas leak detection system by creating a field ruggedized, autonomous DCS and combining the system with inversion modeling.

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