March 1, 2019 Tech Briefs - March 2019 - Vol. 43 No. 3 Here are links to this issue's Features, Tech Briefs, Products and more. You can download the complete issue, LOGIN TO DOWNLOAD Don't have an account? Sign up here. Subscribe to future issues. SUBSCRIBE Inside this issue Supplements Features Articles Lightweighting in Aerospace Component and System Design SAE WCX: Bringing You the Future of Mobility Create the Future Design Contest Alumni Achieve Market Success Products of Tomorrow: March 2019 Q&A Q&A: Harvard's Siyi Xu Designs All-New Strain and Force Sensors 5 Ws 5 Ws of 3D-Printing Piezoelectric Materials Facility Focus Facility Focus: Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory NASA Spinoff Ferrofluid Technology Becomes a Magnet for Pioneering Artists Technology Leaders The Heat Is On: A Guide to Specifying Insulation Materials Tech Briefs Mechanics & Machinery Precision Low-Speed Motor Controller High-Power Thermoelectric Generator MEMS Switch Extends Life of Cellphones System Selectively Sequesters Toxins from Water Computer-Controlled Exercise Equipment Materials Delamination and Porosity in Composites and Adhesives Using Solid and Particulate Powdered Aerogel “Metallic Wood” Has the Strength of Titanium and the Density of Water Composite Advances Lignin as Renewable 3D Printing Material Nanoscale Pillars Act as Memory Foam Software Efficient Security for Cloud-Based Machine Learning Self-Stabilizing, Distributed, Symmetric, Fault-Tolerant Synchronization Generative Design Enhances Autonomous Vehicle Development Optimal Computational Vision Pipeline (OCVP) Electronics & Computers Microfabrication Technique Modifies Semiconductor Material Atom-by-Atom Composable Storage Platform for High-Performance Computing “Light-Written” Photonic Memory Devices Interoperable Intelligent Controllers for Process Management and Control Networks Electronics Withstand Extreme Heat Aerospace Airborne Machine Learning Estimates for Local Winds and Kinematics Multi-Purpose, Flexible Wing Structure for Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Flexible, Spinning Heat Shield for Spacecraft Variable-Depth, Multilayer Liner for Aircraft Noise Reduction Propulsion Green Electric Monopropellant (GEM)-Fueled Pulsed Plasma Thruster Real-Time, Fuel-Optimal, Powered Descent Guidance Using Interpolated Time-of-Flight and Propellant Mass Small-Body Dynamics Toolkit Version 5.0 Sublimable Propellant Source for Iodine-Fed Ion Propulsion System Fuel Cell/Fuel Cell Hybrid System Effects of Reynolds and Mach Numbers in Large Eddy Simulation of Supersonic Round Jets Products Products New on the Market: March 2019 Product of the Month: March 2019 Tech Briefs New Product: TRACO POWER’s TIB 80-EX Power Supplies Photonics & Imaging Technology Briefs Text Tech: Navy Vessels Use Shipboard Signal Lamps for Text Messaging Nano-Optic Endoscope Sees Deep into Tissue at High Resolution Individual Quantum Dots Imaged in 3-D for the First Time New Fast, Economical Bioimaging Technique New Engine Optics to Fuel Future Research A Marriage of Light-Manipulation Technologies Researchers Combine Metalens With an Artificial Muscle X-Ray Study of Low-Density Materials Applications Measuring Aging, Fat and Water Content in Meat Products Using Hyperspectral Imaging Articles Additive Manufacturing Using Infrared and X-Ray Imaging Deep Learning in Machine Vision A New Route to High Sensitivity Pressure Sensors The Role Deep Learning Plays in Imaging Software Products New Products: March 2019 Photonics & Imaging Technology Sensor Technology Briefs Graphene's Magic Is in the Defects Using Inkjet Printers to Build a New Biosensor for Less Invasive Breast Cancer Detection Researchers Develop Sensors to Detect and Measure Cancer's Ability to Spread New Wristband Provides Personalized and Real-Time Tracking of UV Exposure Articles Building Blocks for a Practical Wireless Sensor System Understanding Bluetooth Mesh Networking Applications Make Your Construction Jobsite Safer and Faster with Smart Sensors Driverless Forklifts Products New Products: March 2019 Sensor Technology View the discussion thread.