Patents Awarded to MSI PIs

posted on December 8, 2014

The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) has published a list of patents that have been awarded to University researchers during the several months. Several MSI Principal Investigators are on this list. The complete list can be found on the OVPR's Inquiry blog post, "Patent roll call, fall 2014."

MSI PIs are shown below in bold. The PIs' group pages are linked from their names. Clicking on the Project Title on the PI page will take you to an abstract of the researchers' project(s) at MSI.

Matthew Andrews (Biology - UMD), Lester Drewes, and Greg Beilman (Surgery):

Reperfusion Protection Compositions and Methods of Using

Ramesh Nataragan, Arindam Banerjee (Computer Science and Engineering), and Hanhuai Shan:

Multiple Imputation of Missing Data in Multidimensional Retail Sales Data Sets via Tensor Factorization

Phillipe Buhlmann (Chemistry) and Paul Boswell:

Chemical Sensor

Curtis Corum, Michael Garwood (Center for Magnetic Resonance Research), Steen Moeller, Djaudat Idiyatullin, and Ryan Chamberlain:

Dipole Matched Filter for MRI

Curtis Corum, Djaudat Idiyatullin, Steen Moeller, and Michael Garwood (Center for Magnetic Resonance Research):

Multistep Correction for Angle Consistent in Radial Sampled Datasets

Apostolos Georgopoulos (Neuroscience)

Classifying and Item to One of a Plurality of Groups

Georgios Giannakis (Director, Digital Technology Center; Electrical and Computer Engineering) and Xiaoli Ma:

Estimating Frequency-offsets and Multi-antenna Channels in MIMO OFDM Systems

Nathan Lindquist, Wade Luhman, Russell Holmes, and Sang-Hyun Oh (Electrical and Computer Engineering):

Plasmonic Nanocavity Devices and Methods for Enhanced Efficiency in Organic Photovoltaic Cells

Patrick Schlievert and Marnie Peterson (Pharmacy):

Compositions and Methods for Controlling Infections

Martin Saar (Earth Sciences), Jimmy Bryan Randolph, and Thomas Kuehn (Mechanical Engineering):

Carbon Dioxide-based Geothermal Energy Generation Systems and Methods Related Thereto