technologies available for licensing

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has a variety of technologies ranging from chemicals to lighting systems to algorithms and everything in-between. Rensselaer’s technologies can help you start a company or be a great addition to your current technology portfolio. To see what technologies are currently available for licensing at Rensselaer, please use the search below. If you have a technology need that Rensselaer’s technologies don’t currently solve, please reach out to IPO to discuss more your needs.

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This technology relates to an ultra high efficient LED system with the capability to modify an LEDs radiation pattern by changing its physical dimension-emission beam shape. The ultra high efficiency and redistribution of light has been achieved without the use of a back reflector. The ultra high efficiency can be controlled by changing the size of the nanorods within the…
This technology relates to a wireless radio communications scheme that minimizes interferences between different channels and increases high bandwidth data communication. Furthermore, this modulation scheme is easy to implement with simple low cost electronic systems. Possible applications for this technology include: optical communication, energy efficient illumination,…
This technology relates to liquid lenses, which are adaptive optical elements that avoid some of the drawbacks of mechanical optical elements, such as delayed movements and excess weight. This technology provides an oscillating liquid lens that includes a liquid drop with first and second droplet portions, a second liquid, and a drive that oscillates the liquid drop within a…
This technology relates to the decorrelation of audio signals for use in surround sound techniques. Decorrelation improves listener envelopment and spatial immersion, but prior techniques suffer from unwanted timbre coloration and are computationally expensive. The present technology improves decorrelation by utilizing a pseudorandom sequence and a reciprocal of the…
This technology relates to nanofilled polymeric materials with a tunable refractive index without increased scattering or loss. The tunability allows the creation of hybrid nanocomposites that combine the advantages of organic polymers (low weight, flexibility, good impact resistance, and excellent processability) and inorganic materials (high refractive index, good chemical…
This technology relates to a plasma diagnostic method by directing THz radiation into plasma and detecting an emission due to the interaction of the THz radiation with the plasma to characterize the plasma. Terahertz (THz) waves occupy a segment of the electromagnetic spectrum between the infrared and microwave bands. As such, they can be used for imaging and sensing in ways…
This technology relates to detecting terahertz radiation using an optical beam in a volume of gas. Ionizing a portion of the volume of gas with the optical beam produces a plasma and fluorescence is produced from an interaction of a radiation wave with the plasma. Information contained in the characteristics of the detected fluorescence can be used to characterize the…
This technology relates to a liquid crystal display with refractive-index-matched electrode structures in its stacked components, which resulting in improved optical efficiency and lower power consumption over conventional LCDs.
This technology relates to a process for creating electrodes in which high-surface area nanostructures are fabricated in situ by electrochemically etching a sacrificial scaffold material. Removing a material after it has been built into the cell opens up pores within the electrode whose size and density can be controlled, resulting in higher efficiency and Pt utilization.…
This technology relates to supports for catalytically active material, particularly for CO oxidation and lean burn deNOx control. There is a need for synthesis routes for supported catalyst that allow for formation of patterned and interconnected porous supports with catalyst nanoparticles of controllable size distributed throughout the support structure. The present…