Impact Indicating Paint - Texas Foundation For Innovative

Report
Benefiting government, industry and the public
through innovative science and technology
Steve Wellinghoff, Ph.D
Institute Scientist, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Division
San Antonio, Texas, (210) 522-3084, [email protected]
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SwRI Today
 Over 3,200 employees
 Revenue in 2012 exceeded
$584 million
 Over 1,200 acres / 4.86 km2 facility
in San Antonio, Texas
 2.2 million ft2 / 204,400 m2 of
laboratories & offices
 Over 1000 patents
 Multiple US and foreign Locations
 37 R&D 100 awards
www.swri.org
Operational Characteristics
 Not for profit 501C3
 Revenue from contracts
 Applied RDT&E services
 Physical sciences & engineering
 Broad technological base
 Capital intensive operation
 Internal research program
– $ 7.4 million in FY 2012
– 84 projects
SwRI Organization Chart
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IR&D Program
Objectives
•Preliminary Data
•IP position
•Collaborations
•Intramural
•Extramural
Board of Directors
U.S. Nuclear
Regulatory
Commission
Geosciences
& Engineering
CNWRA
Executive
Vice President
Biomedical
Research
CFO and Senior
Vice President
Reviewed by ACR
•Regular
•Quick Look
•Disruptive
Operations
Legal
Human Resources
Reviewed by Special
Committee
•Presidential
•Connect Program
SwRI-UTSA
Fuels
& Lubricants
Research
S O U T H W E S T
Quality
President
R E S E A R C H
Business
Facilities/Services
Treasurer
Mechanical
Engineering
Applied
Physics
Applied
Power
I N S T I T U T E
Automation
& Data
Systems
Signal
Exploitation
& Geolocation
Chemistry
& Chemical
Engineering
Engine,
Emissions
& Vehicle
Research
Space
Science
& Engineering
Aerospace
Electronics
& Information
Technology
Manufacturing Extension
Partnership – TMAC Program
60 Centers like TMAC nationwide
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Partnering with SwRI on SBIR/STTR Phase 1, Phase 2
Programs
SwRI Partnership Benefits
• Broad technical expertise to compliment a small business skill set.
• Interest in developing technology not competing on commercialization.
• Established reputation of delivering on project deliverables.
• Flexible approach to intellectual property.
• Establish business operations to handle government contracting.
SwRI’s Interests
• Participation on cutting edge technologies.
• Developing relationships with entrepreneurial community
• Developing relationships with government program managers
• Contract R&D dollars
Recent SBIR/ STTR Awards with SwRI Partner
Phase 1
• Plasma Immersion Ion Processing (PIIP) of Organic/ Inorganic based layered AntiReflection Coatings ( INTERMaterials LLC)- Utilize PIIP to deposit with SiO2, TiO2 and Al2O3
as the organic/ inorganic hybrids for the optical coating materials onto curved plastic
parts.
• Graded-Composition Refractory Coatings for Protection of Cu-Rails for Electromagnetic
Launchers (Engineered Coatings Inc.) - Use Plasma Enhanced Magnetron Sputtering
(PEMS) to deposit thick, erosion, and wear-resistant coatings on Cu.
• Non-Toxic, Corrosion-Resistant Amorphous Coatings for Protection of Steel Tailhook
Components (Engineered Coatings Inc.) - Deposition trials to fabricate amorphous Al-CoCe coatings using IBAD with e-beam evaporation.
• Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings for Low-Friction Ducting (Aspen Systems) – Apply
Diamond like carbon coating to the inside of air ducts.
• Preparation of Mo-Si-B Particles (Aspen Systems Inc.)
• Impact Indicator Paints (Luna Innovations)
• Smart Coatings for Impact Indication (Luna Innovations)
• Extended Pot Life Marine Coatings (Luna Innovations)
• Multifunctional Self-Healing Coatings (Luna Innovations)
• Self-Healing Adhesives and Composites (Luna Innovations)
• Impact Indicating Paint (Luna Innovations)
Recent SBIR/ STTR Awards with SwRI Partner
Phase 2
• Thin-Film, Ceramic Thermocouple Sensors Fabricated by Enhanced Plasma Deposition
and Shadow-Mask Patterning (Engineered Coatings Inc) – Develop a nitride based
thermocouple for the hot section of aircraft engines.
• Modeling of Microwave –Infrared Double Resonance Spectroscopy for Detection of
Explosives and Hazardous Chemicals (Kestrel Corporation) – Density Functional Theory
and Hartree-Fock computational modeling of identified species with specific excitation
wavelengths.
• Advanced Oxygen Evolution Catalysts for PEM Electrolyzers (Lynntech Inc.) Production of nano-platelet binary catalysts.
• Improved Performance, More Producible Long Wave IR Integrated Dewar Assemblies
(N-Science Corp.) – development of coatings for cryogenic applications.
• Intelligent Processing using Vartram ( Eltron) – Polymer processing optimization.
• Intelligent Coatings for Self Healing (Luna Innovations }
• Impact Indicator Paints (Luna Innovations)
• Damage Indicating Paints (Luna Innovations)
• Blood –Brain Barrier Bypass Technology (Impel NeuroPharma)
SwRI Projects with Small Manufacturers
Large Scale Production
Of Final Product Remote
From SwRI
Demonstration , Multiple Unit Operation,
Large Pilot Facility at SwRI
Cash Flow to Small Business
From Sale of Side Products
Attract More
Investment
Onsite/Remote
Monitoring of Process
By Small Business
Private Funding
SwRI Administered
TMAC Funding
SwRI
501C3
IP Terms
IR&D/Government
Funding of Related Onsite Scaled
Pilot Production Processes with
Appropriate HAZOP/ISO Procedures
New Small
Business
Private Funding
License
Agreement
Small Business
University
Spinout
SBIR/STTR
Phase 1/Phase 2s
For Small Pilot
Scale Process
Drug Development with Small Business
Complete Clinical Trials
for Potential Product Deployment
Phase 1 Clinical Trials
Attract More
Investment
Pre-clinical Work
Contracting Agreement
SwRI
501C3
IR&D/Government Funding for
Micro/Nanoencapsulation
of Drugs
www.uthscsa.edu
/hscnews/pdf/rapamycin_quotes.pdf
STTM
Rapamycin
Holdings, Inc
License
Agreement
Texas Research & Technology
Foundation, TRTF
Texas Technology Development
Center, T3DC
University of
Texas Health
Science Center
SA/Barshop
Institute
US Government Funding
For Anti-aging Drug
www.uthscsa.edu/hscnews
/singleformat2.asp?newID=4358

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