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Fast focus regulation during laser beam welding

Ref-Nr: B75226

Category
Measurement technology & microsystems
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Prototype
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laser beam welding
focus shift
focus position
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Fast focus regulation during laser beam welding
Laser beam welding (© iwb)

During laser beam welding the focus position of the laser beam should be on the workpiece surface. With the present invention, this focus position can be detected in relation to the workpiece. Thus, the process can be set up quickly, but also the focus shift could be compensated. Also, this method can prepare the basis for calibrating scanner optics.

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Fish tracking using ultrasound

Ref-Nr: B75144

Category
Energy & environment
Measurement technology & microsystems
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Prototype
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Fish-Tracking
tomography
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Fish tracking using ultrasound
© Brocken Inaglory/Wikipedia

Monitoring of fish swarms in muddy waters or during the night with new procedure for operating and reading out of multi static sonars.

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BTBPM (or UMX1) and BDNAPM (or UMX2)

Ref-Nr: B75098

Category
Chemistry & biotechnology
University
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Stage of development
Prototype
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High-performing explosives
high oxygen content
thermally stable insensitive explosive
comparable to HMX
superior to RDX
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BTBPM (or UMX1) and BDNAPM (or UMX2)

Synthesis and use of two new high performing explosives: bis(3,4,5 trinitropyrazolyl)methane (UMX1 or BTNPM) and bis(3,5 dinitro 4 aminopyrazolyl)methane (UMX2 or BDNAPM)

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Lalistat as a new antiviral agent

Ref-Nr: B73018

Category
Immunology & Inflammation Diseases
Infectious Diseases
Vaccines
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Prototype
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Influenza Typ A viruses (H5N1)
HCV
HBV
viral entry
viral uncoating
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Lalistat as a new antiviral agent
Lalistat mode of action by the example of A: Influenza virus and B: HCV

The present new therapeutic lysosomal lipase A antagonist Lalistat is a convenient and reliable pharmaceutical agent to prevent virus infections such as HCV, Influenza Typ A (H5N1) and other virus infections without any risks of reinfections and development of resistance mutations.

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Metallized open-cell foams and fibrous substrates

Ref-Nr: B74226

Category
Chemistry & biotechnology
University
Universität Bayreuth
Stage of development
Prototype
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Metallized
open-cell foams
high electrical conductivity
thermal insulation, acoustic insulation
antimicrobial properties
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Metallized open-cell foams and fibrous substrates

Open-cell foams and fibrous substrates provide a wide range of properties which make them very attractive for different applications in many fields. Metallization of open-cell foams and fibrous substrates could give novel polymer / metal composites with highly interesting properties for a variety of ap- plications. However, the applications with metal composites are still limited, because of the existing problems due to the metallization methods, where often complex or laborious procedures are required or are restricted to certain polymer surfaces, if high quality metallization is desired.
Therefore, there is a need for the homogenous metallization of open-cell mel- amine formaldehyde (MF) foams which provides electrically conductive foams with a specific resistance R < 50 Ω mm2 m–1, which until now is not known in the current state-of-the-art.

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Marbostat

Ref-Nr: B73271

Category
Immunology & Inflammation Diseases
University
Universität Regensburg
Stage of development
Prototype
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HDAC6 inhibitor
rheumatoid arthritis
inflammatory disease
autoimmune disease
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Marbostat
Histological analysis of arthritic paws in collagen-induced arthritis (CIA).A: Histological arthritis score of Marbostat-100 (30mg/kg) treated animals compared to vehicle control. Box plots demonstrate the 10th (whisker), 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th (whisker) percentile. Every black dot represents the mean value of replicate determinations in one animal.B-G: Representative DMMB staining of affected joints during CIA. Dark purple color indicates presence of sulfa

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease that leads to progressive joint deformity, disability, and occasionally premature death. Emerging evidence suggests the utility of histone deacetylase inhibitors (HDACi) in the treatment of chronic immune and inflammatory disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis. Several studies have shown the decreasing effect of selective HDAC6 inhibitors on the secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines in vitro and a significant therapeutic response has been demonstrated in animal inflammatory disease models.

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Light-emitting electrochemical cells

Ref-Nr: B74173

Category
Chemistry & biotechnology
Electrical engineering & electronics
University
0
Stage of development
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Light emitting electrochemical cell
LEEC
printed electronics
OLED, Light emitting diode
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Light-emitting electrochemical cells

We present light-emitting electrochemical cells based on hybrid lead halide perovskite nanoparticles. The latter are not oxygen sensitive and therefore the LEECs can be produced from solution or by spraying. The resulting LEECs are characterized by a four layer structure. They feature moderate luminance (> 2 cd/m2) and efficacies (> 0.02 cd/A), but high stabilities even after keeping
the devices under ambient conditions.

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Monolithically Integrated Nanowire Lasers on Silicon

Ref-Nr: B75073

Category
Electrical engineering & electronics
Information & communication
Measurement technology & microsystems
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Prototype
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Nanowire Laser
Telecommunication
Optical Switch
CMOS-process
monolithic integration
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Monolithically Integrated Nanowire Lasers on Silicon
A III-V semiconductor Nanowire Laser laser cavity monolithically integratedonto a silicon microchip

Here we offer a technology that allows formation of III-V-material vertical nanowire lasers grown directly on a silicon wafer as a substrate. This opens the door to CMOS-conform production of telecom-lasers as well as new logical chip architectures.

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Thin film area scan device for hyperspectral imagers

Ref-Nr: B75132

Category
Measurement technology & microsystems
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Prototype
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Thin film
distance measurement
area scan
mapping
confocal
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Thin film area scan device for hyperspectral imagers

For two-dimensional film thickness determination, a measurement system based on a hyperspectral imager has been developed for the first time. A head forms a measurement line. Reflection of the measurement object is displayed on the entrance slit of the hyperspectral imager. From the spectral reflectance data of each locally resolvable pixel of the examined object the layer height is reconstructed. If the measurement object is moving uniformly, combined measurement lines are resulting in a two-dimensional measuring surface. In addition, for each locally resolvable pixel the distance between head and measurement object can be determined.

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Intuitive Programming of robots

Ref-Nr: B75045

Category
Mechanical engineering
University
Universität Bayreuth
Stage of development
Prototype
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intuitive robot programming
first operation
batch-size 1 production
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Intuitive Programming of robots

Teach-In-Programming of robots is faced with a fundamental challenge: binding in external hardware und synchronizing robots with diverse hardware components within a simple programming environment. The present solution allows for intuitive programming of multiple robots and adapting existing programs from pre-existing offline programming. Movements and other actions are displayed in a clear diagram representation, from which movement durations or cycle time lines can be seen. There is the possibility to synchronize different components and to edit the recording of movements and to train ("teach-in").

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