Advanced Materials, Manufacturing, Fiber and Films
Semiconductor optical fibers marry the enablement of modern electronic devices of semiconductors with the light-guiding capability of fiber optics. Combining these attributes allows for the desirable material properties of important semiconductor phases in the form of long lengths of fiber. Semiconductor optical fibers are made using one of two approaches: the molten core method and a chemical vapor deposition method….
Inventor: John Ballato, Thomasina Zaengle, Baris Kukuoz, Ursula Gibson
This patient risk-assessment machine learning algorithm predicts patient response to cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) intervention enabling more informed selection criteria and improved rates of therapy success. Approximately 90,000 patients receive cardiac resynchronization therapy per year, with only 50% of that population benefitting. This directly results from the uncertainties surrounding which patients will actually benefit from the procedure. Providing insights into…
Inventor: Will Richardson, Anamul Haque, William Douglas Stubbs Jr.
This failure methodology utilizes purposeful generation of labeled failure mode datasets via surrogate purposeful failure twin (SPFT) simulations. Machine learning powered performance analysis, predictive maintenance, and production management capable of reducing unexpected failure and unnecessary downtime are enabled via this innovation. This technology revolutionizes the manufacturing operations management (MOM) system market, which currently suffers from a gap in the availability…
Inventor: Ethan Wescoat, Laine Mears
Clemson University researchers have developed a novel forming process that combines polymer injection forming and supercritical assisted injection methods to efficiently create multi-material hybrid structures for a wide range of applications.
Inventor: Srikanth Pilla, Saeed Farahani
Clemson University researchers have developed a CMPI system and method that allows for faster signaling processing time and a higher measurement rate of more than 100 km.
Inventor: Hai Xiao