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Your weekly AMO update
Advanced Manufacturing Office
November 9, 2017
- FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Atomically Precise Manufacturing
- PowerAmerica Call for Project Concept Paper
- STREAM LIVE: DOE Energy Talks
- AMO’s RAPID Institute Announces First Project Selections
- PowerAmerica’s Quest to Make Silicon-Carbide Power Electronics Succeed
The DOE Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program offices recently released its FY 2018 Phase 1 Release 2 topics. This solicitation includes a new topic on Atomically Precise Manufacturing that is focused on molecular machines.
Click here to learn more about various subtopics and the application requirements and process.
Concept papers for PowerAmerica’s Call for Projects are due Friday, November 10. PowerAmerica is seeking projects to accelerate the adoption of SiC and GaN power electronics technologies.
The full Call for Projects can be found here. The full submission deadline is Friday, December 22, 2017.
Increase your energy IQ! Watch and learn more about various projects supported by DOE from some of our colleagues and partners who know them best.
Tim Theiss - Program Manager, Bioenergy Technologies Program, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Topic: “Recent Advances in Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)”
AnnaMaria Garcia - Director, Weatherization and Intergovernmental Programs Office, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Topic: “Taking it to the States: Partnering for Energy Affordability, Reliability, and Resiliency”
Ken Buell - Director, Emergency Response and Recovery, Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Infrastructure Security and Energy Restoration Division
Topic: “How Do You Respond to One Hurricane … Or to Four in One Season?”
Stream LIVE at Energy.gov/live from 12pm-1pm EDT.
The Advanced Manufacturing Office’s Rapid Advancement in Process Intensification Deployment (RAPID) Institute announced the first-round of public-private partnership projects selected for negotiation. Out of more than 70 submitted proposals, the national consortium chose 21 projects to tackle manufacturing challenges. The selected projects range in duration from 15 months to 4 years and receive funding of approximately $30 million including cost share. RAPID plans a second project solicitation in the spring of 2018.
Learn more about RAPID Manufacturing Institute’s inaugural project selections. Additional information about RAPID and its objectives can be found at www.aiche.org/rapid.
Researchers at the Advanced Manufacturing Office’s PowerAmerica Institute, led by Jay Baliga, Professor at North Carolina State University, are on a mission to reduce the price of silicon carbine (SiC) to 1.5 times the cost of silicon. The project chose X-Fab in Lubbock, Texas, which has a line dedicated to silicon carbide production.
Read more about X-Fab’s and PowerAmerica’s role in making SiC devices more cost-competitive with silicon.
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