Maxwells Labs, a material science company, has recently been awarded a Phase I Grant from the United States Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) AFWERX program. This exciting announcement will allow the company to continue its development of Super-Planckian Radiative Heatsink technologies, providing significant technological advancements to the Air Force and other departments in the DoD.
The primary focus of Maxwells Labs is radiation-based cooling technologies, which are made possible by an advanced AI-driven design platform of thermal metamaterials. This technology is of particular interest in its application to space vehicles, satellites, terrestrial equipment exposed to high-heat environments, and high-performance computing systems. The technology development under the subject SBIR topic proposed by Maxwell Labs will contribute to solving mission needs in these areas.
Our Super-Planckian Radiative Heatsink technology has the potential to revolutionize the way we approach high-performance cooling solutions. This transformative technology offers a passive, highly efficient, and compact cooling solution that will allow for greater cooling performance with a reduced form factor.
Maxwells Labs is proud to be working with the United States Air Force to further develop this technology and contribute to solving mission-critical needs. With this continued funding and development, our technology will undoubtedly make a significant impact on the future of high-performance cooling solutions.