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2021-096 – The University of Central Florida invention is a Multi-Agent Open Distribution System Simulator (MA‐OpenDSS). The invention is built on OpenDSS and incorporates asynchronous local communication, dynamic behaviors of distributed resources, and a host of distributed optimization and control algorithms. This software has applications in electric power systems and utility industries.... Read More
2021-109 – The University of Central Florida invention is a polymer and metal-based microfabrication technology for 3D microelectrode arrays (3D MEAs). The device incorporates “tri-modal functionality” for obtaining simultaneous data sets comprising electrical, optical and microfluidic markers from a variety of electrogenic cellular constructs. 3D MEAs are the next-generation interfaces for... Read More
11643 – The University of Central Florida invention relates to a new design for ankle-foot prostheses that incorporates a hybrid closed loop pneumatic and hydraulic system to control the level of stiffness and energy return timing during walking.
2021-078 – The University of Central Florida invention is a genetic algorithm framework to explore optimized multi-element free-space optical (FSO) transceiver tiling patterns to ensure maximal signal-to-interference and noise ratio (SINR). The framework also serves to minimize the effects of vibration of the mobile platform and atmospheric turbulence. With the ever-growing demand for... Read More
11650 – The University of Central Florida invention relates to a method of solving a linear equation system for use in matrix inversion, image reconstruction, high–dimensional inverse problems, numerical eigen problems, and ab initio ray-tracing engines.
11654 – The University of Central Florida invention describes the cell structure of an all‐solid‐state lithium secondary battery. The proposed design enables uniform lithium deposition to prevent the formation of dendrites. In addition, the design allows a controlled growth of lithium towards a specific direction into a designated area in the cell. The use of lithium metal anodes causes... Read More
11656 – The University of Central Florida invention is a universal strategy for designing a high-performance, safe, alloy anode for aqueous (water) batteries. Metal anode instability, including dendrite growth, metal corrosion, and hetero-ions interference, occurring at the electrolyte/electrode interface of aqueous batteries, are among the most critical issues hindering their widespread... Read More
11538 – The University of Central Florida invention is a device that incorporates a conventional laser monolithically integrated with a totally undoped semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA) that can produce more than 20dB of optical gain in an overall length of less than 100 μm. A 2-D array of such devices can easily be flip-chip bonded onto a silicon photonic integrated circuit (PIC) for... Read More
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2021-083 – The University of Central Florida invention demonstrates pulse compression and supercontinuum generation in optical fibers with transverse random and longitudinal uniform refractive index distributions.