2006 Winners

Compute Process Allocator 2006

Compute Process Allocator is a computer algorithm technology that increases processing efficiency on massively parallel supercomputers. Developed in conjunction with colleagues at the State University of New York and the University of Illinois, the CPA was licensed to Cray Inc. in 2005.
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HTSS10V 2006

HTSS10V is a solid-state, fluoride-based battery that is safer than traditional batteries in high-temperature applications, such as oil, gas, and geothermal drilling. HTSS10V was developed in conjunction with the High Power Battery Systems Company in Nizhny Novgorod Russia and General Atomics.
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