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1 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 1 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y This work was performed under the support of the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Technology Innovation Program, Cooperative Agreement Number 70NANB9H9012 VOTERS Outreach and Impact Ralf Birken Northeastern University

2 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 2 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Education/ScholarshipOutreach/Collaboration ConferencesNew R&D projects VOTERS Outreach

3 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 3 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y EDUCATION/SCHOLARSHIP

4 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 4 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y NEU GRADUATE STUDENTS 10 Ph.D., at least partially funded by VOTERS Yu Liu RAPhD ECE2012 Yifeng Lu RAPhD Interdisciplinary 2013 Yubo Zhao RAPhD Interdisciplinary2014 David Vines-CavanaughRAPhD CEE2014 Yiying Zhang RAPhD Interdisciplinary2014 Nicole Martino RAPhD CEE2013 Wenjun Zhang RAPhD Interdisciplinary 2014 Qi Wang RAPhD ECE2013 Ming Li RAPhD ECE2013 Sindhu GhantaRAPhD ECE M.S., at least partially funded by VOTERS Jason Durant RAMS ECE2010 Hao Liu RAMS CEUML(2012) Vitaliy Saykin RAMS CE2011 David Vines-CavanaughRAMS CE2011 Kyle AnsteyRAMS ECE2010 Bo LIRAMS ECE2010 Reid VilbigRAMS CE2013 Xin MaRAMS ECE2013 Salar Shahini ShamsabadiRAMS CE2014

5 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 5 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y UML GRADUATE STUDENTS Total: 6 M.S. and 6 B.S. at least partially funded by VOTERS Burak Boyaci (2010), M.S. Sam Talbot (2010), B.S. Ibrahim C. Solak (2011), M.S. Alice Chao (2012), M.S. Carlos Jaquez (2013), M.S. Hao Liu (2013), M.S. Justin Wilson (2013), M.S. Ross Gladstone (2013), B.S. Sarah Kurtzer (2014), B.S. Othman Belgrini (2014), B.S. David Perloff (2015), B.S. Steven Vaughan (2015), B.S.

6 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 6 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y UVM GRADUATE STUDENTS Total: 1 B.S., 5 M.S., 1 Visiting Ph.D. and 1 Postdoctoral Fellow at least partially funded or otherwise supported by VOTERS Mohamed Metwally B.S. Anbu Venkatachalam M.S. Earl Lawyer M.S. Ken Ngai M.S. Andrew O’Brien M.S. Yu Zhang M.S. Xianlei Xu Visiting PhD student from China University Mining and Technology Beijing Dylan Burns Postdoctoral Fellow

7 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 7 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y NEU 1.Real-Time Wireless Dynamic Tire Pressure Sensors and Energy Harvesting System. Filed on May 21, Ming L. Wang, Qi Wang and Greg McDaniel. Patent pending. 2.Real Time Pavement Profile Sensing System Using Air-coupled Surface Wave, Yinghong Cao and Ming L. Wang, Filed in January 20, 2012, No. 61/434,522, PCT/US12/ Patent Pending. 3.Conformal and configurable millimeter-wave integrated array radar in a compact package, Dan Busuioc and Ralf Birken, and Ming L. Wang, Filed on March 23, PCT/US13/ Patent Pending. 4.Roaming Mobile Sensor Platform Collection Geo-Referenced Sensor Data and Creating Thematic Maps, R. Birken., Ming L. Wang, and Sara Wadia Fascetti, No. 61/315,571, March 21, Patent Pending. Tire Excited Acoustic Sensing System. With Greg. McDaniel, 61/434,559, Merged into 4 above. Real Time DGPS Correction Approach Through Cellular Network, With Y. Zhang, J. Zhang and R. Birken, Sep., 2010, No. 61/434,548, Provisional filed, now abandoned. UVM Highway speed GPR system (in preparation) Patents – 4 pending

8 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 8 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Journal papers Over 40 publications and counting h/publications/journal_articles/ h/publications/journal_articles/

9 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 9 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Book and Book Chapters Sensor Technologies for civil infrastructures: Performance assessment & health monitoring, M. Wang, J. Lynch, and Sohn (eds.), Woodhead Publishing, chapters from VOTERS authors will appear in book above ook_chapters/ ook_chapters/

10 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 10 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Education/Scholarship Over 40 Students involved, at least partially funded, at all levels 4 Patents pending Over 40 Publications 5 book chapters Collaboration ConferencesNew R&D projects VOTERS Outreach

11 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 11 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y CONFERENCES

12 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 12 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Hosting Major Workshops and Conferences 1.ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Annual Meeting, June 1-4, 2011, NEU, Boston, USA. Chair and Co-chairs M. Wang with J. Hajjar and D. Bernal. 450 participants from 22 countries. 2.(ANCRISST) on Advanced Smart Materials and Smart Structures Technology (140 from 10 countries), July, 2009, M. Wang, Organizer and Chairman at NEU, Boston, USA. 3.US-Taiwan Workshop on Bio-inspired Sensor and Actuating Technology, April 2009 (95 from 10 countries), Taipei, Taiwan. Co-chair M. Wang with C. H. Loh of National Taiwan University.

13 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 13 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Chaired at Major Conferences SPIE Smart Structures/NDE Symposium 2013, San Diego, CA, March 10-14, 2013 – Tzu-Yang Yu - Conference Chair for Nondestructive Characterization for Composite Materials, Aerospace Engineering, Civil Infrastructure, and Homeland Security VI Conference – Ming Wang – Session Co-Chair for Corrosion and Health Monitoring of Civil Infrastructures – Ming Wang – Session Co-Chair for SHM/NDE for Bridges – Dryver Huston – Session Co-Chair for Remote Sensing – 6 presentations from VOTERS Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering & Environmental Problems (SAGEEP), Denver, CO, March 17-21, 2013 – Ralf Birken – Session Chair for Advances and recent applications of GPR: Civil Infrastructure – Ralf Birken – Session Chair for Advances and recent applications of GPR – 6 presentations from VOTERS

14 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 14 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Conference Proceedings Over 50 poster or oral presentations at relevant conferences cations/conference_proceedings / cations/conference_proceedings /

15 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 15 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Education/Scholarship Over 40 Students involved, at least partially funded, at all levels 4 Patents pending Over 40 Publications Collaboration Conferences Hosted 3 Major Ones Chaired 6 Sessions this year alone Over 50 Proceedings (Posters and Presentations) New R&D projects VOTERS Outreach

16 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 16 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y COLLABORATION

17 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 17 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Collaborations Federal Highway Administration State Highway Departments – Minnesota – Washington State – Massachusetts – Pennsylvania Federal Aviation Administration Supporting Organizations

18 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 18 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y UVM – Ongoing discussions with Vermont Agency of Transportation on bridge maintenance – Attended FHWA Workshop on Virtual NDE Laboratory, Dec. 2011, McLean, VA Trilion – Working with the PA DOT to expand the VOTERS project UML – MassDOT – Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) NEU – UPS, Fedex, Walleye – Sky Research – Technical University Delft Collaborations

19 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 19 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Technology Transfer Licensing agreement between ESS and NEU to sell NEU designed GPR antennas together with the ESS- GPR, in final preparation

20 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 20 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Education/Scholarship Over 40 Students involved, at least partially funded, at all levels 4 Patents pending Over 40 Publications Collaboration Industry Federal and State Local Communities Technology Transfer Conferences Hosted 3 Major Ones Chaired 6 Sessions this year alone Over 50 Proceedings (Posters and Presentations) New R&D projects VOTERS Outreach

21 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 21 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y NEW R&D PROJECTS

22 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 22 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y New Projects UVM Source: NASA EPSCoR Title: Prediction and Monitoring of Ablation of Thermal Protective Systems Under Atmospheric Reentry Conditions – Role on Project: D Huston Co-I – Entire Project: 9/1/11 - 8/31/14 – Total Costs : $1,500,000 ($750,000 federal and $750,000 non-federal match) – Specific Aims: to monitor ablation of thermal protection systems Source: NASA VSCG Title: Hydrogen Flame Imaging – Role on Project: D Huston PI – Entire Project: 9/1/ /31/11 – Total Costs : $5,000 – Specific Aims: to image UV hydrogen flames with passive collimated optics Source: US Army STTR Phase I with Performance Lasers Title: Compact, Rugged, and Low-Cost Wavelength-Versatile Burst Laser – Role on Project: D Huston University PI, with Harry Rieger of Performance Lasers as Prime PI – Entire Project: 9/1/ /29/12 – Total Costs : $30,000 – Specific Aims: to develop hand held eye safe burst lasers

23 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 23 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y New Projects (cont.) UVM Source: Vermont Agency of Transportation and Transportation Research Center Title: Prediction and Mitigation of Scour for Vermont Bridges – Role on Project: D Huston Co-I – Entire Project: 10/11 – 09/14Total Costs : $310,478 – Specific Aims: to develop scour sensing and remediation Source: National Park Service Title: Fort Bowie – Role on Project: D Huston Co-I – Entire Project: 07/11 – 03/14 – Total Costs : $205,000 – Specific Aims: to examine preservation of adobe walls at historic fort Source: US Army STTR Phase II with Performance Laser Title: Compact, Rugged, and Low-Cost Wavelength-Versatile Burst Laser – Role on Project: University PI, with Harry Rieger of Performance Lasers as Prime PI – Entire Project: 9/1/ /31/14 – Total Costs : $225,000 (UVM subcontract) – Specific Aims: to develop hand held eye safe burst lasers

24 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 24 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y New Projects (cont.) UVM Source: AFOSR STTR Phase II with Industrial Measurement Systems Inc. Title: Novel Materials for In-Situ Ablation Sensing – Role on Project: Co-I, with D Fletcher as University PI, and Donald Yuhas of Industrial Measurement Systems Inc. as Prime PI – Entire Project: 9/1/ /31/14 – Total Costs : $250,000 (UVM subcontract) – Specific Aims: to develop ablation sensors for hypersonic vehicles Source: NASA VSGC Title: Ultraviolet Flame Imaging with Quantum Dot Collimated Optics – Role on Project: PI – Entire Project: 09/01/2013 – 08/31/2014 – Total Costs: $27,500 – Specific Aims: to develop an ultraviolet hydrogen flame imaging system using quantum dots and collimated optics

25 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 25 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Pending Proposals UVM Source: DOD Army DURIP Title: Acquisition of a High Resolution 4D X-ray Computed Tomography System to Support Existing and New National Defense-Related Research and Education – Role on Project: D Huston Co-I, M. Dewoolkar PI – Entire Project: 6/15/13 – 6/14/14 – Total Costs : $899,800 – Specific Aims: to acquire high resolution x-ray equipment Source: DOD Army DURIP Title: Adaptive and Cognitive Ground and Wall Penetrating Radar System – Role on Project: D Huston PI, T Xia Co-I – Entire Project: 6/15/13 – 6/14/14 – Total Costs : $188,219 – Specific Aims: to acquire adaptive and cognitive ground penetrating radar equipment Source: NSF with Dartmouth College Title: Data Managed Cognitive Ground Penetrating for Bridge Safety Inspection – Role on Project: T Xia PI, D Huston Co-PI of UVM – Entire Project: 02/01/2014 – 01/31/2017 – Total Costs: $328,158 – Specific Aims: to develop a novel cognitive ground penetrating radar to leverage inspection accuracy and efficiency of bridge structure safety

26 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 26 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Pending Proposals (cont.) UVM Source: NSF Title: Wound Closing Mechanics and Control for Structural Healing Role on Project: PI – Entire Project: 09/01/2013 – 08/31/2015 – Total Costs: $219,287 – Specific Aims: to study the mechanics and control of wound closing in self- healing structures Source: US Army STTR Phase I with Superior Technical Ceramics Title: Self Repairing Antenna Embedded in Composite Structures – Role on Project: D Huston PI, T Xia Co-PI of UVM – Entire Project: 09/01/2013 – 02/28/2014 – Total Costs: $78,173 – Specific Aims: to develop self-repairing composite antennas for ballistic armor

27 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 27 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Pending Proposals (cont.) NEU S ENSOR - BASED E VALUATION OF THE C RITICAL U RBAN R OAD - TRANSPORTATION E NVIRONMENT (SECURE) PI:Dr. Ralf Birken (Northeastern University) Co-PI’s: Dr. Auroop Ganguly, Dr. Jennifer Dy, Dr. Ming Wang (Northeastern University), and Prof. Vipin Kumar (University of Minnesota) Sponsor:NSF CyberSEES Proposed Date:September 1, 2013– August 31, 2016 Proposed Funds:$1,200,000 ($1,000,000 NEU) Status: Submitted February 5, 2013 U NIVERSITY T RANSPORTATION C ENTER FOR Preservation of the Urban Road Environment (PURE) PI:Dr. Ming Wang (Northeastern University) Co-PI’s:Dr. Ralf Birken (Northeastern University) Collaborators:UCLA, AU, CDM, City of Boston, City of Brockton, CDM Smith Sponsor:RITA USDOT Proposed Date:September 30, 2013– September 30, 2016 Proposed Funds:$2,250,000 ($1,250,000 NEU) Status:Submitted March 19, 2013

28 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 28 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Pending Proposals (cont.) UML M ULTI - MODAL U NMANNED A ERIAL V EHICLE S ENSING S YSTEM FOR THE R EMOTE S ENSING OF B RIDGES AND T UNNELS PI:Dr. Tzuyang Yu Co-PI’s: Dr. D. Huston (UVermont), Dr. C. Cao (UConn), Dr. Y. Zhang (GeorgiaTech), Dr. Dr. V. Wang (UML), Dr. A. Gyekenyesi (NASA) Sponsor:USDOT RITA CRS&SI Proposed Date:July 15, 2013– July 14, 2015 Proposed Funds:$2,693,134 Status: Invited for oral presentation (04/03/13) R APID REMOTE DEFECT AND DAMAGE DETECTION OF LARGE - AREA COMPOSITE STRUCTURES PI:Dr. Tzuyang Yu Co-PI’s:Dr. J. Chen, Dr. C. Niezrecki, Dr. E. Reynaud Sponsor:NSF SSS Proposed Date:September 1, 2013– August 31, 2016 Proposed Funds:$408,345 Status:Pending review

29 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 29 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Pending Proposals (cont.) UML L OW C OST R APID M ANUFACTURING OF F IBER O PTIC P RESSURE S ENSORS FOR I NSPECTION AND M ONITORING IN H IGH P OWER E NERGY S YSTEMS PI:Dr. David Lai Co-PI’s: Dr. Tzuyang Yu Sponsor:USDOT SBIR Proposed Date:September 1, 2013– August 31, 2014 Proposed Funds:$268,750 Status: Invited for full proposal (04/03/13) L OW C OST R APID M ANUFACTURING OF F IBER O PTIC P RESSURE S ENSORS FOR I NSPECTION AND M ONITORING IN H IGH P OWER E NERGY S YSTEMS PI:Dr. David Lai Co-PI’s: Dr. Tzuyang Yu Sponsor:DOE SBIR Proposed Date:September 1, 2013– August 31, 2014 Proposed Funds:$150,000 Status: Invited for full proposal (04/03/13)

30 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 30 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Education/Scholarship Over 40 Students involved, at least partially funded, at all levels 4 Patents pending Over 40 Publications Collaboration Industry Federal and State Local Communities Technology Transfer Conferences Hosted 3 Major Ones Chaired 6 Sessions this year alone Over 50 Proceedings (Posters and Presentations) New R&D projects More than 10 new projects More than 10 pending proposals Unfortunately many rejected ones VOTERS Impact Summary

31 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 31 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y BUSINESS ASPECTS

32 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 32 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y Cost Estimates of VOTERS Components UVM-GPR cost of prototype $55,000 hardware cost of duplication in low quantities $50,000 hardware estimated cost for medium and high quantity commercial version maybe under $10,000 ESS-GPR Estimated cost in low quantities for prototype versions of the ESS Gen3 GPR radar system for GEARS is $3500. This includes the electronics, housing, and acquisition software, but does not include antennas. Multiply this number time the number of antenna pairs needed for the GEARS array system. For example, a system with 16 antenna pairs would cost about $56k, a third of currently available slower commercial GPR arrays

33 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 33 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y prototypelow quantitiesmedium and high quantity DRS $2500$1200~$800 TEASE $3000$2000~$1500 BOSS $4500$3000~$2000 DTPS $6000$4000$2000 MASS $5000$4000$2500 SLiMR $1250$350$200 Video $4000$2000$1000 MAP-GIS $30000$20000 Will depend on server demand Cost Estimates of VOTERS Components

34 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 34 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y How to commercialize? Reduce equipment cost and outfit many vehicles – Sell hardware and maintain systems – Maintenance and training – MAP-GIS software subscription, data management Outfit one vehicle per region and survey continuously – By subscription – Whole city gets updated data every x months – Data on demand, recent data collected within 6 months always available, whoever wants it can purchase it – Survey upon request (old model) Combine with other mobile data collection – Mobile SI platform adaptable, expandable, and scalable

35 Apr. 5 th, 2013 | 35 | 4 th NIST Site Visitwww.neu.edu/votersP R O P R I E T A R Y This work was performed under the support of the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Technology Innovation Program (TIP), Cooperative Agreement Number 70NANB9H9012 Thank you! Supporting Organizations


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