Technology commercialization is an important step in translating discoveries into new products and services that benefit the public good. Inventions by faculty in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are listed below.

Patents issued in 2019

Asymmetric error correction and flash-memory rewriting using polar codes

Michael Langberg, Department of Electrical Engineering, August 13, 2019

Magneto-electric logic devices using semiconductor channel with large spin-orbit coupling

Jonathan Bird, Department of Electrical Engineering, July 23, 2019

Communication systems and methods of communicating utilizing cooperation facilitators

Michael Langberg, Department of Electrical Engineering, March 5, 2019

Patents issued in 2018

Compositions and method for light triggered release of materials from nanovesicles

Jonathan Lovell, Department of Biomedical Engineering, October 2, 2018

Microfabricated calorimeter for RF power measurement

Albert Titus, Department of Biomedical Engineering, March 20, 2018

SEAS Inventors

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