United States Air Force Funds Carbon Technology, Inc. To Characterize Carbon Nanotube Radiation Hardness
June 2022---AFWERX, the innovation arm of the Department of the Air Force, awarded Carbon Technology, Inc. a $1.25M contract to develop and test carbon nanotube-based field effect transistor (CNTFET) devices for characterization in radiation hard environments. Theoretical estimates indicate CNTFET’s could have as much as fifteen times better radiation hardness compared to traditional semiconductor materials.
Department of Energy Awards Phase II Contract To Carbon Technology
Aug. 2021---The Department of Energy awarded a Phase II contract to Carbon Technology valued at $1.1M to build on CTI's NSF funded CNT synthesis breakthrough.
USAF Phase II Award Advances Carbon Nanotube Semiconductor Technology Development
Feb. 2020---CTI's progress on Phase I Establishing carbon nanotube transistor manufacturing and test is the focus of a Phase I SBIR contract ($200K) awarded to Carbon Technology, Inc. The effort in atomic precision manufacturing will advance methods in a CMOS compatible process, particularly Atomic Layer Deposition.
Department of Energy Selects Carbon Technology, Inc. For Atomic Layer Deposition
June 2020---A Phase I contract has been issued by the Department of Energy to Carbon Technology, Inc. for the advancement of Atomic Layer Deposition techniques in the development of carbon nanotube semiconductor devices.
Carbon Technology, Inc. Wins Award For Device Model Development
Feb. 2019--The United States Air Force issued a contract to Carbon Technology, Inc., who will work in conjunction with the University of California, San Diego, to develop device models for carbon nanotube field effect transistors. Models will be based on both numerical simulations and measured devices.
U.S. Army Selects Carbon Technology, Inc. For RF Amplifier Development
Dec. 2018---Carbon Technology, Inc. in conjuction with Duke University has received a $150K development contract from the US Army for the development of a carbon nanotube based amplifier. Leveraging previous work, the effort will focus on processing techniques to create high linearity devices.
Second STTR Contract Awarded To Carbon Technology, Inc.
Dec. 2016---Carbon Technology, Inc. has been awarded a second Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) contract for the development of carbon nanotube based Field Effect Transistors. The $750K DOD/USAF research contract will focus on control of the Schottky barrier formed at the interface of carbon nanotube materials and their electrical contacts.
Carbon Technology, Inc. Receives National Science Foundation SBIR Award
Aug. 2016---The National Science Foundation has awarded a two year, $750K Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase II contract to Carbon Technology, Inc. for the development of carbon nanotube based electronic devices for radio frequency applications.