Fundació URV posted this:Automatic sanitization of textual documentsRedaction or sanitization is required to declassify sensitive textual documents or make them available for secondary use. This task, which is complex, time-consuming and prone to errors, is performed manually by one or several human experts. Our technology automatizes the process by automatically detecting terms and term combinations appearing in the documents that may disclose sensitive information. Such terms are then subject to redaction or generalization.
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Compressive Sensing in Radar DetectionAn efficient method for radar detection of sparse targets using compressive sensing. Compressive sensing allows transmission of a single radar pulse for velocity determination and Doppler detection of targets Project ID : 7-2011-192
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Cancellation of Non-linear Interference in Optical Fiber CommunicationCancellation of Non-linear Interference in Optical Fiber Communication Project ID : 7-2013-675
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Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:CATCHAPs/HIPS to test and improve the securityA research group from the Computer Engineering Department of the University of Alcalá proposes a security analysis expertise to those individuals and companies that are developing their own CAPTCHA/HIP proposals or want to test the security of their current proposals. The group can also work towards the improvement of the security of current CAPTCHA/HIP proposals whenever that target is attainable. Moreover, the group has a few CAPTCHA proposals that could be implemented at a grand scale level. These proposals though, need to undergo a security analysis previous to being put into production. It could be possible to share part of the IP with the companies wanting to implement these proposals if they assist the group economically in their initial implementation and security analysis. The group is seeking for individual clients and companies to achieve collaboration and commercial agreements with technical assistance.
DIT Hothouse posted this:Pressure Sensitive HologramsThey are currently widely used on credit cards, cheques and high value items. However, because mass production of holograms is traditionally from a single ‘master hologram’ all security holograms for a particular product range are identical and any serialization is non holographic (e.g. printed serial numbers over the hologram surface in regular black ink). This technology addresses the gap in the market for individualized holograms which each contain a unique number or code that can checked easily by the end user. The end user simply checks the number against the serial number on the product and verifies that (1) the security hologram is present and (2) it is genuine. The product is a stand alone printed text or pattern which has the appearance of a transmission hologram (typically rainbow effect, but microtext within the printed text could be also incorporated if higher complexity is required). The unique characteristic of the product is that due to the holographic digital printing technique each product can be individualised at no additional price compared to similar hologram products.
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UNIVERSIDAD DE ALICANTE posted this:Environmentally friendly holographic recording materialOur research group has developed a new photopolymer which may be used as a holographic recording material. It is easy to prepare in layers of the desired thickness and has a lower potential toxicity than conventional materials. It is characterized by being environmentally friendly, since it does not contain any petroleum-derived solvents or other components classified as toxic, biotoxic, explosive, radioactive, oxidising, corrosive, inflammable or environmentally hazardous, and no such substances are used to prepare it. The only solvent used is water, thus minimizing any risk of contamination and, at the end of its useful life, it is easy to recycle in aqueous phase. It is possible to automatize all the stages of its preparation, and it enables holograms to be obtained in a single stage without the need for subsequent processing. We are looking for companies interested in acquiring this technology for its commercial exploitation. Innovative aspects: • Due to its characteristics and the fact that during the preparation process, its useful life and subsequent elimination, water is the only solvent used, the negative impact of this material on the environment is minimized. • It does not contain any components classified as toxic, biotoxic, explosive, radioactive, oxidising, corrosive, inflammable or hazardous for the environment. • Although the fabrication process is totally safe for workers, it is possible to automatize all the stages, thereby reducing the production costs. • Layers of different thicknesses may be easily obtained and they may be used at different wavelengths.
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:RF labfar field ;near field ; antenna pattern ;scattering tests; Automatic and manual measurements in; frequency range of 0.1GHz – 20GHz Near-field scanners; field probes ;Agilent Performance Network Analyzer (PNA) ; Signal generators; high-power sources, lock-in amplifier; chemical etching and engraving machine • Characterization and fabrication of antennae and other RF devices (0.1-20GGz) • RF experiments up to 20GHz • Antennae Characterizations • Devices Characterization • Complex Multiphysics experiments • Nonlinear RF devices • Imaging and Field Scanning • Metamaterials and Complex Systems • Radar Applications • Meta- materials Project ID : 12-2016-994
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Compressed lightfield imagingCompressed lightfield imaging Project ID : 7-2013-577
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:localization using TOA from Multipathlocalization using TOA from Multipath Project ID : 4-2012-335
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Rhenium Nanostructures and ElectrodepositionRhenium (Re) exhibits a unique combination of properties qualifying it to be a high performance engineering material, for applications in aerospace, electronics, medical devices and fuel cells. Rhenium has the second highest melting point of all metals, the third highest Young’s modulus of elasticity and the fourth highest density. While the other refractory metals have a body centered cubic (bcc) structure, Re has a hexagonal close packed (hcp) structure. Consequently, it does not possess a ductile-to-brittle transition and, therefore, can safely be used at subzero temperatures. In addition Re has a creep-rupture strength over a wide high temperature range, up to about 2000°C. These properties imply that structures made of Re have excellent mechanical stability and rigidity, enabling the design of parts with thin sections, extremely attractive for high-temperature structural and high energy system applications. Re nanostructures are likely to exhibit remarkable advantages over other nanostructured metals. Project ID : 3-2012-389
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Imaging system and method for imaging objects with reduced image blurImaging system and method for imaging objects with reduced image blur Project ID : 7-2013-440
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Multi Focus Imaging using Optical Phase MaskMulti Focus Imaging using Optical Phase Mask Project ID : 7-2014-779
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:INFERRING THE PERIODICITY OF DISCRETE SIGNALSINFERRING THE PERIODICITY OF DISCRETE SIGNALS Project ID : 4-2013-527