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2021-095 – The University of Central Florida invention is a carbon fiber energy storage system for electric vehicles. The storage devices have an alternating location pattern arrangement of cathode/anode mats and glass/Kevlar mats. This design improves the shear and impact strength of the energy storage devices.
11649 – The University of Central Florida invention is a new type of organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) called the plasmonic OECT (POECT). The invention leverages the near-field effect of plasmonics to increase the sensitivity of OECTs. Organic electrochemical transistors (OECTs) marked a rapid growth in recent years due to their attractive applications in biosensing,... Read More
33099 – This technology is available for collaboration and co-development with UCF’s licensee. For more information, please contact Raju Nagaiah. A revolutionary cable developed by UCF researchers can transmit and store electricity at the same time. The cable combines the energy transmission capability of a copper wire, its core, with energy storage made possible by a hybrid... Read More