The Office of Technology Transfer congratulates the researchers who have had patents issue in the past year.
It is an accomplishment to see a patent ultimately issue from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. We wish to thank the current and former Syracuse University researchers for their commitment and recognize their accomplishment.
This list represents recently issued patents affiliated with research in the College of Arts & Sciences, and the College of Engineering & Computer Science.
Heat-Curling Polymeric Needle for Safe Disposal
Inventors: Patrick T. Mather, Pine Yang – Patent Number: 11,400,236
Issue Date: August 2,2022
Hierarchical Optimized Detection of Relatives
Inventors: Jonathan Adelman, Michael Marciano – Patent Number: 11,309,062
Issue Date: April 14, 2022
Hybrid Additive-Subtractive Laser Fabrication Platform for Shaping Hydrogels
Inventors: Pranav Soman, Puskal Kunwar, Zheng Xiong – Patent Number: 11,260,596
Issue Date: March 1, 2022
Peptide Drug Improvement Using Vitamin B12 and Haptocorrin Binding Substrate Conjugates
Inventors: Robert Doyle – Patent Number: 11,207,415
Issue Date: December 28, 2021
Piezoelectric Sensors and Quartz Crystal Monitors
Inventors: Fritz “Fred” Schlereth, James Spencer – Patent Number: 11,187,680
Issue Date: November 30, 2021
Metamaterial-Boosted Quantum Electromechanical Transducer for Microwave-Optical Interfacing
Inventors: Britton Plourde, Matthew LaHaye – Patent Number: 11,163,209
Issue Date: November 2, 2021
Motion Sensor Assisted Room Shape Reconstruction and Self-Localization Using First-Order Acoustic Echoes
Inventors: Biao Chen, Tiexing Wang, Fangrong Peng – Patent Number: 11,125,553
Issue Date: September 21, 2021
Compositions of Nanoparticles With Radial Gradients and Methods of Use Thereof
Inventors: Mathew Maye – Patent Number: 11,103,923
Issue Date: August 31, 2021
Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Catalytic Converter
Inventors: Jeongmin Ahn, Thomas Welles – Patent Number: 11,101,482
Issue Date: August 24, 2021
Please note: Patents and patent applications are added to Experts@Syracuse soon after they are made public. They are listed in the “Research Output” section.
Much of the above listed intellectual property is available for licensing. Companies and non-for-profits interested in exploring commercial applications should contact the Syracuse University Office of Technology Transfer.