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Chip-Scale Frequency-Comb Assisted Coherent LIDAR Ranging With Sub-Micrometer Precision (Case No. 2019-340)
SUMMARY: UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a microcomb-based spectrally resolved interferometer (SRI) for precise dimension measurements. BACKGROUND: Physical length determination, a standard quantitative measurement, is currently achieved by the application of a laser interferometer. The application...
Published: 8/2/2022   |   Inventor(s): Chee Wei Wong, Yoon-Soo Jang, Hao Liu, Jinghui Yang
Keywords(s): Electronics & Semiconductors, Laser, Metrology, Network On A Chip, Photodetector, Photonics, Q Factor LIDAR, Semiconductor, Semiconductor Device, Semiconductors, System On A Chip
Category(s): Nanotechnology, optics/photonics, Materials > Nanotechnology, Instrumentation, Electrical, Electrical > Photonics, Electrical > Sensors
Seeing Through Random Diffusers Without a Computer (UCLA Case ID 2021-359)
Summary: UCLA researchers in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed an all optics-based system that can perform image reconstruction at the speed of light for images distorted by light scattering and diffusion. Background: Imaging is an essential technique for everything from biomedical optics and atmospheric physics...
Published: 6/16/2022   |   Inventor(s): Aydogan Ozcan, Yi Luo, Ege Cetintas, Yair Rivenson
Keywords(s): Automation, Computer Vision, Digital Electronics, Electronics & Semiconductors, Optics, Photonics, Remote Sensing, Robotics, Signal Reconstruction, Turbines
Category(s): Electrical, Electrical > Electronics & Semiconductors, Electrical > Imaging, Electrical > Photonics, Mechanical, Mechanical > Instrumentation, Mechanical > Optics, Mechanical > Robotics, Mechanical > turbines, optics/photonics
SUMMARY: UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a photodetector based on Ge/SiGeSn that can be readily integrated with silicon complementary metal-oxide semiconductors. BACKGROUND: Semiconductor photodetectors are sensitive instruments that convert light into electronic signals and can be utilized...
Published: 11/30/2021   |   Inventor(s): Benjamin Williams, Shui-Qing Yu
Keywords(s): CMOS, Electric Current, Electronics & Semiconductors, Germanium, Infrared, Infrared Spectroscopy, Photodetector, Photon, Semiconductor, Semiconductors, Silicon
Category(s): Electrical, Electrical > Electronics & Semiconductors, Electrical > Semiconductors, Materials, Materials > semiconducting materials
SUMMARY: Researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at UCLA have developed a thermal interface for electronic devices that has highly desirable thermal conductivity and excellent elastic compliance. BACKGROUND: Electronic devices, such as smart phones and laptops, generate waste heat that must be dissipated to prevent...
Published: 10/19/2021   |   Inventor(s):  
Keywords(s): Electrical, Electronics & Semiconductors, Heat Transfer, Materials, Nanotechnology, Semiconductor Device, Semiconductors
Category(s): Chemical, Electrical, Electrical > Semiconductors, Materials, Materials > Nanotechnology, Materials > semiconducting materials, Nanotechnology
2019-847 A Battery-Less Wirelessly Powered Frequency-Swept Spectroscopy Sensor
SUMMARYUCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a wirelessly powered frequency-swept spectroscopy sensor.BACKGROUNDWireless power transfer is in increasing demand as the development of network sensors and bio-implantable devices gain popularity. Integration of a vast network of sensors with miniaturized...
Published: 7/23/2020   |   Inventor(s): Aydin Babakhani
Keywords(s): Antennas/Wireless, Electrical, Electronics & Semiconductors, Energy & Water, Medical Imaging
Category(s): Electrical > antennas/wireless, Energy & Water, energy transmission/smart grid, battery, Medical Imaging
2017-977 Load-Induced Frequency-Shift-Keying: A New Modulation Scheme That Enables Simultaneous Near-Field Wireless Power And Data Transmission Through A Single Set of Inductive Coils
SUMMARYUCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed the first modulation system that allows simultaneous wireless power and data transmission through a single pair of inductive coils.BACKGROUNDNext-generation Brain-Machine Interface senses neural data and stimulates the brain when needed, which requires simultaneous external...
Published: 7/13/2020   |   Inventor(s): Asad Abidi, Dejan Markovic, Jiacheng Pan
Keywords(s): Antennas/Wireless, Cns, Electronics & Semiconductors, Medical Devices and Materials, Monitoring And Recording Systems, Psychiatry / Mental Health
Category(s): Medical Devices and Materials, Medical Devices and Materials > monitoring and recording systems, Therapeutics & Vaccines > cns, Therapeutics & Vaccines > psychiatry / mental health, circuits, Electrical > antennas/wireless, Electrical > Electronics & Semiconductors, quantum/neural
Bistable Electroactive Polymers
UCLA Case No. 2009-356 Summary A bistable electroactive polymer transducer is provided for electrically actuated deformation of rigid electroactive polymer members. The polymers have glass transition temperatures (Tg) above ambient conditions and turn into rubbery elastomers above Tg and have high dielectric breakdown strength in the rubbery state....
Published: 1/15/2020   |   Inventor(s): Qibing Pei, Zhibin Yu
Keywords(s): Electronics & Semiconductors, Functional Materials, Materials, Polymers
Category(s): Electrical > Electronics, Materials > Functional Materials
Spin Injector
UCLA Case No. 2006-689Summary UCLA Researchers in the Materials Science and Engineering Department have developed a novel approach for efficient spin injection for use in spintronic devices, such as spin FETs. Background Field effect transistors (FETs) provide a fundamental building block for electronic devices. Unlike conventional FETs, spin FETs are...
Published: 1/8/2020   |   Inventor(s): Ya-Hong Xie
Keywords(s): Electronics & Semiconductors, Materials, Semiconductors
Category(s): Materials > semiconducting materials
Diamond On Nanopatterned Substrates
Summary UCLA researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have developed a nanofabrication method for improving the thermal properties of polycrystalline diamond films grown by chemical vapor deposition. Background Synthetic polycrystalline diamond grown by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is used to thermally manage high power...
Published: 12/11/2019   |   Inventor(s): Mark Goorsky, Yekan Wang, Tingyu Bai
Keywords(s): Electronics & Semiconductors
Category(s): Electrical > Electronics & Semiconductors, fabrication technologies
Pulsed-Coherent Electronic Front End for Detection and Ranging
UC Case No. 2020-109 SUMMARY: Researchers in the UCLA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) device capable of high resolution, high acquisition measurements with minimized walk error and adjustable detection quality. BACKGROUND: Demand for ranging systems with high depth resolution...
Published: 11/18/2019   |   Inventor(s): Chih Kong Yang, Liyang Chen
Keywords(s): Electronics & Semiconductors
Category(s): Electrical > Electronics & Semiconductors, circuits, fabrication technologies
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