Electronics & Computing
POWERING THE NEXT-GEN INTERNET OF THINGS
ActiveMEMS is advancing microfabrication of piezoelectric materials and transducers for micro-electromechanical systems manufacturing.
Fellow: Erkan Aktakka
ENABLING 1000X IMPROVEMENTS IN COMPUTING
Aligned Carbon's precision single-walled carbon nanotubes will enable 1000x improvement in computing performance through ultrafast and efficient three-dimensional chips.
Fellows: Cara Beasley and J Provine
ACCELERATING THE FUTURE
Astrileux is developing manufacturing techniques that will dramatically reduce the energy required to produce future integrated circuits.
Fellow: Supriya Jaiswal
ACCELERATING QUANTUM COMPUTING
Bleximo is introducing quantum computing for solving complex challenges, such as simulating electronic and chemical properties of new materials and molecules.
Fellow: Alexei Marchenkov
ULTRA-COMPACT IMAGING TECHNOLOGY
FlatCam is developing ultracompact, inexpensive lensless cameras for Internet of Things, microscopy, and other imaging applications.
Fellow: Jesse Adams
FROM ATOMS TO APPAREL
Funxion's energy-efficient manufacturing process seamlessly integrates smart materials, sensors, and circuitry onto fabrics without altering the look, feel, and function of the fabric.
Fellow: Raj Bhakta
DEMOCRATIZING MICRO- AND NANOFABRICATION
Inchfab is a platform enabling fabrication of the next generation of micro- and nanoscale technologies.
Fellows: Parker Gould and Mitchell Hsing
ENABLING TOMORROW'S DEVICES
Laminera is developing a method for low-temperature manufacturing of nanometer scale conductive materials using atomic layer deposition.
Fellow: Lauren Otto
ACCESSIBLE MATERIAL ANALYSIS
NuSight Photonics develops optical sensors for material analysis to address global challenges in industries including security, food and drug safety, and health monitoring.
Fellow: Amir Atabaki
EMPOWERING NEXT-GENERATION HIGH-SPEED COMMUNICATIONS
SkyGig’s advanced wireless technology paves the way to 5G and broadband communications in the global race to ubiquitous connectivity.
Fellows: Armin Jam and Avish Kosari
MOBILE MAGNETOMETERS FOR TODAY’S NEEDS
Sonera Magnetics is developing a high-sensitivity magnetometer that can operate at room temperature and in portable form factors, dramatically increasing potential applications.
Fellows: Nishita Deka and Dominic Labanowski
AI FOR CLIMATE AND WEATHER RISK FORECASTING
Terrafuse develops physics-informed AI technology for ultra-fast, hyperlocal climate and weather risk prediction.
Fellow: Adrian Albert