Sam T. Liss

Executive Director, Strategic Partnerships

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Hand Recovery from the Comfort of Home

Physical rehabilitation for motor impairment post-stroke involves high repetition of movement in order to retrain the brain on how to move the hand. Access to conventional rehabilitation therapy is limited when there are travel and financial burdens…

Investigators

  • Conor J. Walsh

Deterministic entangled photon pair sources for quantum computing

Quantum entanglement, the non-classical correlation between different subsystems, is a key advantage that quantum computing has over classical computational systems. In quantum communication, entangled photon pairs are a crucial component in…

Investigators

  • Prineha Narang
  • Derek Schawn Wang
  • Tomas Neuman

Electrically Controlled, Shape Morphing Dielectric Elastomer Devices

Soft materials, such as elastomers, can be used as actuators and provide much larger dimensional changes, compared to piezoelectric and electrostrictive materials. However, these dimensional changes in elastomers do not result in more complex shape…

Investigators

  • David R. Clarke
  • Ehsan Hajiesmaili

Stick-on Large-Strain Sensors for Soft Robots

Soft robots require sensors that are soft, stretchable, and conformable to preserve their adaptivity and safety. This technology provides “stick-on” large-strain sensors for soft robots and enables novel functionality for wearable robots, serving as…

Investigators

  • Robert D. Howe
  • Zhigang Suo
  • Canhui Yang
  • Sibo Cheng
  • Yashraj S Narang

Novel Qubit Allocation Algorithm for Quantum Computers

Quantum computers will change the landscape of technology through their capability of solving complex problems that classical computers are unable to solve efficiently. Very soon, quantum computers with 50-100 qubits (intermediate-scale) will be…

Investigators

  • Prineha Narang
  • Wil Thomas Finigan
  • Michael Cubeddu
  • Yudong Cao
  • Thomas Lively

Advancing predicted feedback for improved motor training

The simple act of shooting a basketball can be maddeningly difficult to master. This invention exploits feedback to make a substantial improvement in shooting accuracy and performance. It improves training by giving a shooter feedback about whether…

Investigators

  • Maurice Smith
  • Rishi Singh

Library of molecules addressing key shortcoming in OLEDs – Batch Uniform

Machine learning, promises to radically reduce the cycle time for computational chemistry. This invention is a library of molecules novel deep blue molecule for use in OLED displays, which were identified through the use of machine learning. OLEDs…

Investigators

  • Alan Aspuru-Guzik
  • Rafael Gomez-Bombarelli
  • Timothy D Hirzel
  • Jorge Aguilera-Iparraguirre
  • Phil S Baran

Compounds For Organic Light Emitting Diode Materials

Machine learning promises to radically reduce the cycle time for computational chemistry. This invention is a library of molecules novel deep blue molecule for use in OLED displays, which were identified through the use of machine learning. OLEDs…

Investigators

  • Alan Aspuru-Guzik
  • Rafael Gomez-Bombarelli
  • Timothy D Hirzel
  • Jorge Aguilera-Iparraguirre

Compact, tunable lens using compliant transparent electrodes

Conventional lenses have specific focal lengths and aberration characteristics due to their shape and comprising material. For adaptable systems, such as a camera that can focus at objects at different distances, often mechanical systems area used…

Investigators

  • David R. Clarke
  • Samuel Shian
  • Roger M. Diebold

CMOS integrated NMR spectrometer

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectrometers have been in use for many years and are used to provide imaging or analysis of a sample being tested. In general, an NMR spectrometer is comprised of three main components: a pulse sequencer, an NMR…

Investigators

  • Donhee Ham
  • Dongwan Ha
  • Jeffrey Paulsen
  • Song Yi-Qiao

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