Royalty Report: Chemicals, Material Composite, Semiconductors – Collection: 2425


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 6


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 6

Primary Industries

  • Chemicals
  • Material Composite
  • Semiconductors
  • Fabrication
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Coating surface
  • Polymer

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 2425

License Grant
Licensee have agreed to acquire a series of patents and related assets and rights relating to Licensor's dynamic thin laminar flow process.
License Property
The DTLF method places single mono layer molecules of nanoscopic particles one beside the other in a homogeneous, continuous thin film production.  Large numbers of nanostructures linked together in a mono layer can facilitate larger scale actions such as a mono layer film that can function as a filter with the size of the pores controlled by the molecules that are utilized.  Mono layers are abundant in nature, for example, in all human cells.  A key difficulty in producing mono layer films whose thickness is only a few nanometer's is that they must be fabricated on a substrate whose surface corrugation is smaller than the size of a molecule. The prevalent methodology for producing such mono layer films has to date utilized the Langmuir-Blodgett method in which the molecularly-smooth water-air interface serves as a floating support for the molecular constituents of the film. The Langmuir-Blodgett method has been characterized as a single sheet, or single batch process, where production of each film is limited to single sheets and production of each new sheet requires starting the process over again. Although successful for research purposes, the Langmuir-Blodgett method is generally acknowledged as not commercially viable to the extent necessary to produce efficient, automated control nanostructure applications and products.
Field of Use
Examples of research uses of mono layers are copious, including light emitting diodes, optical fiber fluorescence sensors, and optical second harmonic generation and photoelectric conversion optical interactions.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5328

License Grant
Pursuant to the Assignment Agreement entered for Patent No. 5,254,237 which is entitled, Plasma Arc Apparatus for Producing Thin Film Diamond Coatings, was granted on October 19, 1993 to Licensor, the inventor of the original titanium nitride and thin film diamond coating processes.
License Property
The Diamond Coating Process includes, but is not necessarily limited to, low temperature titanium nitride, cobalt nitride, chromium nitride, ferroelectric coatings, piezoelectric coatings, diamond hard coatings and diamond semi-conductor substrates.  Thus there has been disclosed a unique plasma arc deposition system for producing diamond, doped diamond or diamond-like coatings on a substrate by pulsed plasma technique.  These techniques do not require or produce temperature rise at the substrate, allowing normally temperature sensitive substrates to be utilized.  Typical of substrates which bond readily to the thin film diamond coatings without degradation are zinc sulfide (ZnS) or zinc selenide (ZnSe), which are useful in infrared windows or laser components.  The system disclosed and described can be used in the development of products and materials such as producing on junction diodes of crystalline carbon, so that rectifiers able to withstand temperatures in the neighborhood of 1000 to 1500 degrees Fahrenheit are also possible. Insulated gate field effect transistors that can handle high source to drain potentials and provide high gain without seriously loading the signal source, while operating at elevated temperatures beyond those achievable with silicon devices, can be produced with the system described.  Many other diamond-like integrated circuit chips, such as light emitting diodes or diodes used in solid state lasers are possible. Since thick diamond layers of good optical clarity can be produced by the process described herein, among the new devices that have become possible is an optical modulator that depends upon the polarizing effects of electric fields upon light beams through the crystal lattice.  This property leads to the entirely new family of high-power, opto-electronic coupling, modulating, scanning and/or sensing devices based upon diamond semiconductors.  Many other semiconductor devices that can utilize the enhanced properties of diamond-like films can be produced with the invention disclosed and described herein.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply for producing diamond-like coatings.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28513

License Grant
University grants, and Licensee accepts, a license to the Licensed Patents and Licensed Technology on a royalty-bearing basis for Authorized Uses in the Field of Use in the Licensed Territory and for issuance of corresponding Commercial Sublicenses, for seven (7) years from the date of issuance of the first patent, directly between Licensee and Commercial Sublicensee on terms and conditions consistent with this Agreement.
License Property
Formation of Nano-Crystalline and Sub-Micron Structures in Steels and Other Metals by Machining and Their Use in the Engineering of New Materials (PRF Reference No. P-00002)

Direct Method for Creating Nanostructured Bulk Forms by Machining (PRF Reference No. P-02129)

Method of Creating Submicron Particles by Abrasive Machining (PRF Reference
No. P-02130)

Large Strain Machining A Method for Making Bulk Nanostructured
          Materials PRF Reference No. 64588
Purdue Ref No.   Serial/Patent No.   Country   File/Date   Comments
————–   —————–   ——-   ———   ——–                                        
64588.00.WO      In the process of filing PCT

          Micro- and Meso- Scale Components with Ultrafine Grained (UFG)
          Microstructure and Enhanced Performance PRF Reference No. 64341
Perdue Ref No.   Serial/Patent No.   Country   File/Date   Comments
————–   —————–   ——-   ———   ——–                                          
64341.00.WO      PCT/US06/16974                 5/3/2006   Filed
64341.00.US      11/381,387          US         5/3/2006   Filed

Field of Use
Field of Use shall mean all fields of use

IPSCIO Record ID: 29380

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to the Australian Licensee a non-exclusive right and license to use (a) all of the Technical Information, furnished by Licensor and (b) any invention claimed in (i) any of the unexpired patents now or hereafter listed on Schedule A attached hereto or (ii) unexpired patents which issue from pending patent applications now or hereafter listed in Schedule A, and any continuations, continuations-in-part, divisions, reissues, reexaminations, or extensions thereof to make, have made, and to lease, sell, or otherwise dispose of (A) SPD Emulsions and Light Valve Film manufactured by Licensee pursuant to this Agreement solely to an Authorized User in the Authorized User's permitted territory and for the applications specified and purpose permitted and (B) Licensed Products in the Licensed Territory.

Licensee shall have the right to grant non-exclusive sublicenses to any of its wholly-owned and controlled subsidiaries, whose obligations to Licensor hereunder Licensee hereby guarantees, and each of which  acknowledges to Licensor in writing for each sublicense that it wishes to become a sublicensee hereunder prior to doing so and agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

License Property
Schedule A  (As of February 8, 2010)


                                         Date    Expiration
Patents in the United States             Issued  Date

5,093,041                Joseph A. Check, III et al
               'Light-Polarizing Material Based on Ethylene-diamine Polyacetic Acid Derivatives' 3/03/92   7/30/10

5,279,773                Robert L. Saxe 'Light Valve Incorporating A
Suspension     Stabilized With A Block Polymer' 1/18/94   3/23/12

5,325,220                Robert L. Saxe 'Light Valve With Low Emissivity Coating As Electrode' 6/28/94    3/9/13

5,463,491                 Joseph A. Check III 'Light Valve Employing a Film Comprising An Encapsulated Liquid Suspension And Method of Making Such Film'  10/31/95  11/6/12

5,463,492                 Joseph A. Check III 'Light Modulating Film of Improved Clarity For A Light Valve' 10/31/95 11/6/12

5,461,506                Joseph A. Check III et al 'Light Valve Suspensions Containing A Trimellitate Or Trimesate And Light Valves Containing The Same' 10/24/95  5/11/13

5,467,217                 Joseph A. Check III et al 'Light Valve Suspensions and Films Containing UV Absorbers and Light Valves Containing The Same' 11/14/95    5/11/13

5,516,463                 Joseph A. Check III et al 'Method of Making Light Polarizing Particles' 05/14/96     07/08/14

5,650,872                 Robert L. Saxe et al 'Light Valve Containing Ultrafine Particles' 07/22/97  12/08/14

5,728,251                 Joseph A.  Check, III 'Light Modulating Film of Improved UV Stability For a Light Valve' 03/17/98  09/27/15

5,764,402       Jean-Francois Thomas; Pierre Vezin 'Optical Cell Control System' 06/09/98  04/24/15

5,838,482       Daniel Decroupet; Pierre Laroche 'Optical Cell' 11/17/98  05/16/15

5,691,849       Rene Ledroit; Jean-Francois Thomas; Andre Hecq 'Rear-View Assembly for a Vehicle and an Adaptor Therefor' 11/25/97     11/25/14

6,114,405            Huifang Zhuang et al 'Ultraviolet Radiation-Curable Light-Modulating Film for a Light Valve, and Method of Making Same' 09/05/00  10/09/17

6,156,239            Robert L. Saxe et al 'Light Polarizing Material, Liquid Suspensions and Films Thereof, and Light Valve Incorporating Same' 12/05/00 02/26/19

6,271,956B1               Robert L. Saxe et al 'Method and Materials for Enhancing the Adhesion of SPD Films and Light Valves Comprising Same' 08/07/01 03/02/20

6,301,040            Srinivasan Chakrapani et al 'SPD Films Having Improved Properties and Light Valves Comprising Same' 10/09/01  05/24/20

6,334,967  B1             Robert L. Saxe et al 'Light Polarizing Particles of Improved Particle    Size Distribution'01/01/02  12/21/20 (See also listing for PCT/US99/15508)

6,416,827            Srinivasan Chakrapani et al 'SPD Films and Light Valves Comprising
Same'                     07/09/02 [10/27/20]

6,429,961B1     Joseph M. Harary et al            'Methods for Retrofitting Windows With Switchable and Non-Switchable Window Enhancements and Retrofitted Windows Produced
Thereby'  08/06/02 10/03/20

6,517,746            Robert L. Saxe et al. 'Polyhalide Particles and Light Valves Comprising Same'  02/11/03  01/05/21

6,522,446                      Robert L. Saxe 'Anisometrically Shaped Metal Particles,Liquid Suspensions and Films Thereof And Light Valves Comprising Same'  02/18/03  04/25/21

6,529,312B1               Robert L. Saxe 'Anisometrically Shaped Carbon and/or Graphite Particles, Liquid Suspensions and Films
Thereof And Light Valves Comprising Same'03/04/03  06/07/19
                          [See also U.S. Patent No. 6,987,602 filed December 27, 2002, a continuation-in-part
of this patent]

6,606,185B2               Robert L. Saxe 'SPD Films and Light Valves Comprising Liquid Suspensions of Heat-Reflective Particles of Mixed Metal Oxides and Methods of Making  Such Particles' 08/12/03 12/08/14

6,804,040            Albert P. Malvino, et al 'Method and Device for Controlling Voltage Provided to a Suspended Particle Device' 10/12/04   02/13/23

6,897,997                 Albert P. Malvino 'Method and Device for Controlling Voltage Provided to a Suspended Particle Device' 05/24/05 02/13/23 (continuation-in-part of 6,804,040)

                     Srinivasan Chakrapani et al 6,900,923   'Siloxane Matrix Polymers and SPD Light Valve Films    Incorporating Same' 05/31/05 06/18/23

                     Robert L. Saxe, et al 6,936,193    'SPD Light Valve Film Incorporating New Suspending Media,and Light Valve Incorporating Same' 08/30/05     04/14/23

6,987,602 B2                   Robert L. Saxe, et al 'Anisometrically Shaped Carbon and/or Graphite Particles, Liquid Suspensions and Films Thereof And Light Valves Comprising Same' 01/17/06   06/07/19 (continuation-in-part of patent 6,529,312B1)

7,361,252            Steven M. Slovak, et al 'Methods for Laminating Films for SPD Light Valves and SPD Light Valves Incorporating Such Laminated Films' (claims priority from 60/562,329)  04/22/08    10/26/25

7,417,785            Albert P. Malvino 'Methods and Circuits for Distributing Power  to SPD Loads 08/26/08  01/18/25

Field of Use
Licensed Product means a Light Valve Architectural Window Product incorporating a Light Valve.  The term Licensed Product shall not include Light Valves used or intended for use in any product other than as specifically defined herein, such as but not limited to, other window products not specifically defined herein, such as windows for transportation vehicles, including, but not limited to passenger cars, recreational vehicles, trucks, mobile cranes, trains, monorails, aircraft, boats, vans, sport utility vehicles, space craft and space-stations, and non-window products such as but not limited to displays, eyewear, sunvisors, toys, mirrors or filters for scientific instruments, lamps or contrast enhancement of displays.

Light Valve means a variable light transmission device comprising a cell including cell walls, containing or adapted to contain an activatable material, described hereinafter, such that a change in the optical characteristics of the activatable material affects the characteristics of light absorbed by, transmitted through and/or reflected from the cell; means incorporated in or on the cell, or separate therefrom for applying an electric or magnetic field to the activatable material within the cell; and coatings, (including, but not limited to, electrodes), spacers, seals, electrical and/or electronic components, and other elements incorporated in or on or combined with the cell.  The activatable material, which the cell contains or is adapted to contain, includes in it solid suspended particles, which when subjected to a suitable electric or magnetic field, orient to produce a change in the optical characteristics of the device, and may be in the form of a liquid suspension, gel, film or other material.

IPSCIO Record ID: 179844

License Grant
The Israeli Licensor hereby grants to the Israeli Licensee, an exclusive, non-sublicensable (unless explicitly authorized in writing by Licensor, such authorization not to be unreasonably denied; however, it is understood and acknowledged by Licensee that a further sublicense is subject to third party consent), non-transferable and non-assignable worldwide, royalty-bearing license to develop, exploit, utilize and Commercialize the Licensed IP and the Licensed Products in the Field only.
License Property
“Existing Patents” or “Licensed Patents” – shall mean (a) patent application no. 61/887,469 entitled 'A Method for the Large Scale Production of Graphene,' filed on October, 7 2013; and (b) all divisions, continuations, continuations-in-part, re-examinations and reissues of the above; and (c) all patents which may be granted pursuant to any of the foregoing patent application.

Graphene is a super-thin and super-strong material that has scientists and engineers very excited.  Graphene is made up of a hexagonal lattice of carbon atoms in a honeycomb like structure. It is just one-atom thick but absorbs 2.3% of light so it can be seen with the naked eye. It can potentially be used to create semi-transparent electronics.

Bullet-resistant materials (also called ballistic materials or, equivalently, anti-ballistic materials) are usually rigid, but may be supple.

Potential graphene applications include lightweight, thin, flexible, yet durable display screens, electric/photonics circuits, solar cells, and various medical, chemical and industrial processes enhanced or enabled by the use of new graphene materials.

Field of Use
'Field' – shall mean the large scale production process of Graphene sheets based on the Licensed IP that uses the production method of exfoliation by Tip Sonication.

IPSCIO Record ID: 223115

License Grant
The United Kingdom Licensor grants to Licensee of the Netherlands an indivisible, non-exclusive license under the Basic Patent Rights, without the right to grant sublicenses, to manufacture, to use and to sell or otherwise dispose of Remuneration Products.

Licensor grants a worldwide, indivisible, non-exclusive license under Licensors Licensed Patent Rights, without the right to grant sublicenses, to manufacture, to use and to sell or otherwise dispose of Products in any and all countries of the world.

License Property
The Basic Patent Rights are for Electroluminescent devices and Method of manufacturing of electroluminescent devices.

The Licensed Patent Rights of either Party shall mean Patent Rights other than Basic Patent Rights relating to the manufacture, structure and operation of polymer electroluminescent devices and entitled to receive the benefit of a priority date before January 1, 2001.

The term Remuneration Products shall mean Products covered by any claim of the Basic Patent Rights.

The Products mean complete polymer electroluminescent devices and arrays of such devices in the form of layers or layer structures incorporating at least a light emitting polymer layer and electrode layers and further optionally incorporating other layers such as for example substrate and supporting layers or protective layers. The term Products excludes devices which are High Information Content Displays. High Information Content Displays are displays with more than 100,000 picture elements (pixels).

Field of Use
Licensee is in the business of manufacturing and selling polymer electroluminescent devices.  The patents focus is semiconductors.
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