Generalized Image Processor
This technology can have value as a component for many imaging, surveillance, and
machine vision applications.
Guided Bone Regeneration Technology
A novel material has been developed for dental implants that could lead to better
Technology for Internet Routers
A technology developed at the University of Memphis has the potential to save money
for ISPs by reducing their need to buy, maintain and constantly upgrade expensive
Novel Implantable Material for Peripheral Nerve Repair
A novel product platform has been developed that has significant potential to improve
the outcomes of nerve repair procedures.
Clarinet Ligature reduces cracked tones
The enhanced design of the ligature provides improvements in tone, control, articulation
and richness in the core of sound produced by the instrument.
This process provides a method for evaluating semantic spaces within a unified theoretical
Terahertz Imaging Technology
This portable device can provide next-generation threat detection using sub-millimeter
waves that are able to penetrate man-made materials.
Wireless Compact Radar
A compact, wireless, low cost radar and sensor mote system has been developed for
the surveillance and tracking of moving targets.
Emotionally-Sensitive Intelligent Tutoring Systems
The invention consists of software and proprietary algorithms which allow ITSs to
sense and optimally respond to the learner's emotional states and not simply their
Robust Lightweight Insulation Material
A novel approach to employing aerogel technology that overcomes curent limitations
and provides additional capabilities.
System and Method for Automatic Extraction of Conceptual Graphs
A novel technology from the Institute for Intelligent Systems at the University of
Memphis will give ITS developers this valuable tool for extracting conceptual graphs
using semantic information in the text.
Dynamic Text Layout Algorithm Provides Best Comprehension Gains
A better and more flexible way to layout text for improved comprehension with less
reading time. The invention applies to a new way to provide line breaks in text using
the strength of the semantic relation between words in a sentence.