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 Deep Springs TechnologyCarol Wedding Small Business Other Energy Technologies Deep Springs Technology (DST) makes tiny hollow beads of various materials including silicon carbide and a number of metals. These materials are strong, lightweight and conductive. Metal beads have recently been demonstrated to efficiently transfer heat in a novel heat exchange system.
Website: www.teamdst.com

Email: cwedding@teamist.com

Phone: 419-536-5741x103

Address: 4750 W. Bancroft, Toledo, OH, 43615, United States
OH
 Ceramic Theory, Inc.Joseph Fellows Small Business Other Energy Technologies Advanced ceramic systems processing and development: high temperature ceramic heat exchanger design and development, structural ceramics, ceramic composites, joining solutions
Website: ceramictheory.com

Email: joseph.fellows@ceramictheory.com

Phone: 8018089739

Address: 3661 W 1987 S, Salt Lake City, UT, 84104, United States
UT
 Purdue UniversityShripad T. Revankar Academic Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear Currently professor of Nuclear Engineering at Purdue University. Worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and at the Nuclear Engineering Department of University of California, Berkeley. Life member and elected Fellow of ASME, ANS and AIChE. Over 35 years (post Ph.D.) of research experience/interest in advanced reactor systems, reactor safety, reactor thermalhydraulics, composite fuel for advanced nuclear reactors, instrumentation, multi-phase flow and heat transfer, microgravity multiphase flow, direct energy conversion, hybrid power systems, high temperature heat exchangers, nuclear hydrogen generation, solar energy storage, packed bed reactor, renewable energy, and fuel cell technology. Has directed/worked on over 50 experimental project on heat transfer systems including compact heat exchangers, design and safety study of advanced simplified boiling water reactor, thermochemical direct splitting of water for hydrogen generation at temperatures ~1000 C, large scale heat exchanger experiments, and database and analysis of passive condenser system choking flow and steam generator integrity. Has published over 375 peer reviewed technical articles in archival scientific journals and conference proceedings, and author/coauthor of three recent books on fuel cells and hybrid energy systems. Has served as consultant to academia, national laboratories and industries in Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, South Korea, and USA. Capabilities include thermalhydraulics experimental design, construction, instrumentation, testing, and data analysis, multi-instrument (over 1000 sensors) data acquisition systems, scaling of large and small scale experiments from prototype systems, modeling of complex single and two phase flow phoneme, CFD applications to advanced heat exchanger systems such as diffusion bonded mini-micro channel compact heat exchangers. There is adequate space for conduct of experiments in the Multiphase and Fuel Cell Research Laboratory (MFRCL). The MFRCL is equipped with conventional instruments as well as state-of-the-art instruments for thermal hydraulics experiments. The MFCRL has adequate tools for mechanical work and some electronics work. The lab is supported by a dedicated departmental full service machine shop with technicians. Purdue University maintains a number of user facilities on campus including computational facilities.
Website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/NE/people/ptProfile?resource_id=3691

Email: shripad@purdue.edu

Phone: 1-765-496-1782

Address: 400 Central Drive,, West Lafayette, IN, 47907, United States
IN
 Aurora Flight SciencesEdward Lovelace Large Business Transportation Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing Company, is a leader in advanced aircraft development including autonomy, composites, aero structures, electrification, and mission operations. Aurora is developing electrified aircraft (electric, hybrid, and turboelectric) and related technology for a wide spectrum of applications. Thermal management is a key driver of the competitiveness of these solutions, and we can provide aircraft demonstration thru commercialization applications and technology development collaboration.
Website: http://www.aurora.aero

Email: lovelace.ed@aurora.aero

Phone: 617-500-0281

Address: 150 CambridgePark Drive, 4th Floor, Cambridge, MA, 02140, United States
MA
 Tipos de Energia S.L.Luis Suarez Small Business Other Energy Technologies Founded in 2017, we are a startup developing cleaner, safer, lower-cost nuclear energy with its state-of-the-art molten salt reactor technology.
Website: https://tiposdeenergia.online/

Email: cursovideos10@gmail.com

Phone: 965666262

Address: Rambla 22, Barcelona, Catalunya, 08001, Spain
Catalunya
 University of Texas-DallasOrlando Auciello Academic Other Energy Technologies O. Auciello is a materials scientist, physicist, and EE expert, who developed and patented, with colleagues, at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) (1990-2012), and at University of Texas-Dallas (UTD) (2012-present) a unique ultrananocrystalline diamond (UNCD/2-5 nm grains) film technology, for which the UNCD films exhibit a unique combination of outstanding mechanical, trtibological, chemical, electrical, thermal, and biological properties, which already resulted in industrial products based on UNCD coatings, currently commercialized by Advanced Diamond Technologies (company co-founded by Auciello and Carlisle-spanned from ANL in 2003, profitable in 2014), namely: a) UNCD-coated mechanical pump seals, providing 20% energy cost saving via friction reduction, for use in many industries (shipping to market); b) UNCD-coated bearings for mixers for the pharmaceutical industry (shipping to Merck-Millipore); c) new electrically conductive Boron-doped B-UNCD-coated metal electrodes for water purification system, outperforming all other electrodes in the market today, due to the extreme resistance to corrosion by B-UNCD (shipping to market). Auciello is also developing new microcrystalline diamond (MCD) films for high power electronics and, with B-doping, providing corrosion resistant electrical contacts, showing promising electrical and thermal transport properties (1800 W/K . m, close to single crystal diamond (SCD) (2100 W/K.m), with the great advantage that MCD films are being grown currently on up to 50 x 50 cm areas of Si and other substrates materials, at a low cost industrial scale, as opposed to SCD, which can be grown only on very small (~ 2 to 4 cm diameter) and expensive SCD diamond substrate. Auciello’s laboratory at UTD features an industrial large area microwave plasma chemical vapor deposition (MPCVD) system, capable of growing UNCD to MCD films on up to 200 mm diameter substrate, and a hot filament chemical vapor deposition(HFCVD) systems capable of growing UNCD to MCD films on up to 100 mm diameter substrates. In addition, Auciello has available another industrial MPCVD system at the facility of Original Biomedical Imlants ) OBI-México), subsidiary to OBI-USA (two companies co-founded by Auciello and colleagues to commercialize the UNCD to MCD films technologies in high-tech and medical device products. Auciello has access to the clean room facility of UTD and to a four floor building with clean rooms classes 1-1000 and millions dollar film-based
Website: www.utdallas.edu

Email: orlando.auciello@utdallas.du

Phone: 6304006200

Address: 800 W Campbel Rd, RL10, Richardson, TX, 75080, United States
TX
 Indiana University-Purdue University IndianapolisAndres Tovar Academic Other Energy Technologies Andres Tovar, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Mechanical and Energy Engineering and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). He has extensive research experience in structural and material optimization methods including topology, Bayesian, and multi-objective optimization. Dr. Tovar is the Director of the IUPUI Center for Additive Manufacturing Research Institute (CAMRI) and expert in design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM). His research efforts have been funded by NSF, AFOSR, NASA, ARPA-E, The Walmart Foundation, The Raytheon Foundation, General Motors, and Honda R&D Americas.
Website: http://www.engr.iupui.edu/~tovara/

Email: tovara@iupui.edu

Phone: 3172787090

Address: 723 West Michigan Street, SL 260N, Indianapolis, IN, 46202, United States
IN
 University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignPratap Vanka Academic Power Generation: Renewable We have extensive expertise in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computational Heat Transfer, parallel computing, and new concepts for heat transfer enhancement. We would like to team up with small and large industries interested in developing, fabricating and testing of high temperature high pressure heat exchangers.
Website: https://mechanical.illinois.edu/directory/profile/spvanka

Email: spvanka@illinois.edu

Phone: 2172448388

Address: 1206 West Green Street, Urbana, IL, 61801, United States
IL
 PARC, A Xerox CompanyDavid M. Johnson Large Business Other Energy Technologies PARC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Xerox Corporation and a leading multidisciplinary research center with extensive programs in clean energy applications. PARC has over 150 researchers across 4 different laboratories doing research in AI and human-machine collaboration, digital workplaces, novel printing, IoT and machine intelligence, digital design and manufacturing, and microsystems and smart devices. PARC has a long history of successful collaborations with academic, government, and private entities and is interested in finding interesting partners for HITEMMP. We are especially interested in expertise in powder metallurgy and heat exchanger applications and testing.

PARC has significant expertise both computational design and analysis and novel additive manufacturing technologies. Our additive manufacturing development efforts focus on graded material manufacturing of both metal and ceramic parts. We are also working on new representations and algorithms to design, analyze and plan the manufacture of highly complex structures that can be fabricated with state-of-the-art technology. Our interdisciplinary work unifies principles of computational physics, geometric reasoning, automated spatial planning, and field modeling.
Website: https://www.parc.com/

Email: dmj@parc.com

Phone: 1.650.812.4721

Address: 3333 Coyote Hill Road, Palo Alto, CA, 94304, United States
CA
 Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryCharlie Freeman Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Other Energy Technologies PNNL is recognized internationally for its Chemical and Process Engineering capabilities that translate scientific discovery and early designs into innovative, first-of-a-kind chemical and energy processes. PNNL has experts also in the development of materials, unit operations and chemical processes at scales ranging from bench-scale through pre-commercial scales. PNNL has over 100 chemical engineers, mechanical engineers, and chemists specializing in catalysis and reaction engineering, gas and liquid phase separations, heat exchange, process intensification, fluid dynamics and mixing, thermal mechanical modeling, flowsheet development and modeling, and techno-economic analyses.
Website: https://www.pnnl.gov

Email: charles.freeman@pnnl.gov

Phone: 509-375-6368

Address: 902 Battelle Blvd, Richland, WA, 99354, United States
WA
 Helicon Thin Film SystemsDonald Hilliard Small Business Other Energy Technologies We are seeking to provide coating development in collaboration with organizations involved at the bulk-component level of heat exchanger technology, preferably involving our Arizona facility, where we are testing high-temperature SiC-based heat transfer circuits in collaboration on high-concentration solar test-beds with storage currently demonstrating greater than Sunshot targets in year-around operation.

Our experience in developing high-temperature thin film barriers for aggressive environments extends back three decades. Our focus has been on energetic, reactive vapor deposition processes utilizing specific plasma and electron-beam technologies, for enhanced control in obtaining desired phase formation, stoichiometry, and morphology in film/multi-layer/substrate properties. Over 90% of our thin film process development business has been generated from industry customers (not grants). Since the early 1990’s we have developed fundamentally, new, processes (multiple patents) in reactive, plasma-activated and electron-assisted formation of refractory compounds (primarily oxides, borides and carbides), with a proven track record in high-cycling applications for delta-temperature above 800C.

We have extensive capabilities in fluid-flow manifold surfaces utilized in greater-than-800C applications, including long-term cycling of air/fuel stable interfaces and interconnects in high-temperature fuel cells enabling several high-profile startups from their inception; also, >800C electrolyzers utilized in multiple NASA programs; 1200C-plus compatible multi-layers in melt-recrystallization interfaces; multi-layer memory device structures for withstanding extended 850C anneals; various boride and carbide films for nuclear irradiated materials; low-emissivity absorbers for high-temperature solar. In surface preparation, we have capability in state-of-the-art surface preparation, in sub-arc-second and sub-nanometer regime, with CMP development on difficult materials, producing ultra-flat surfaces for high-finesse x-ray gratings and synchrotron optics.

Our capabilities also include in-house, accelerated reliability testing for high-temperature and corrosive-environment barriers, with materials characterization including x-ray/electron diffraction, HR-TEM, FE-SEM, interferometry-based stress analysis and stress tailoring.
Website: www.heliconthinfilmsystems.com

Email: don@heliconthinfilmsystems.com

Phone: 6507739537

Address: 702 E. Fair Street, Tucson, AZ, 85714, United States
AZ
 University of Wisconsin-MadisonXiaoping Qian Academic Other Energy Technologies Our group conducts fundamental research in topology and shape optimization of multi-physics systems. This includes optimization of Navier-Stokes flow and conjugate heat transfers, such as minimizing pressure drop and increasing heat transfer.

We have also developed optimization methods that can account for manufacturing constraints during the optimization process.

Our publications are available at Google Scholar page: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=6L9iT4sAAAAJ&hl=en
Website: http://qian.me.wisc.edu/

Email: qian@engr.wisc.edu

Phone: 6082623543

Address: Mechanical Engineering Building, 1513 University Avenue, Madison, WI, 53706, United States
WI
 Applied Novel Devices Inc.leo mathew Small Business Other Energy Technologies Applied Novel Devices (AND Inc.) has novel process and device technologies, such as thin-crystalline (Mono layer to 50 Microns) materials that are manufactured using various proprietary and patented process. We can provide thin crystalline Silicon, Germanium and GaAs materials that are 30 microns on metal foils with pn-junction, MOSFETs and other devices depending on the application.

We use our thin crystalline process to provide flexible Mono-crystalline Silicon solar cells , flexible Molybdenum di-sulphide monolayer transistors and Silicon MEMS/microfluidic devices that can be customized for various applications.
Website: www.appliednoveldevices.com

Email: leomathew@appliednoveldevices.com

Phone: 5127757991

Address: 15844 Garrison Cir, Austin, TX, 78717-3005, United States
TX
 Kyma Technologies, Inc.Keith Evans Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Kyma is a diversified supplier of advanced materials, vapor phase crystal growth tools, and niche devices. For the HITEMMP program Kyma could contribute to a team's project in a number of different ways. We could deposit one or more of a large number of crystalline wide bandgap semiconductor materials including gallium nitride, aluminum nitride, aluminum gallium nitride, and gallium oxide all by hydride vapor phase epitaxy (HVPE). We could also deposit a large number of metals and compounds using Kyma's advanced plasma vapor deposition (PVD) technology. Kyma is also growing high crystallinity graphene materials using a very scalable process which is already up to 4-inch diameter. And we can create custom crystal growth or advanced deposition tools for any of the above materials and materials classes. Additionally, we are open to leasing time on our existing crystal growth tools such that our partner can do their own thing and with as much privacy as needed. Additionally, we have a very strong wafering effort in which we can slice, grind, and polish difficult materials, all the way through CMP leaving sub-nm surface RMS with no measurable subsurface damage.
Website: www.kymatech.com

Email: evans@kymatech.com

Phone: 919.789.8880 ext. 2222

Address: 8829 Midway West Road, Raleigh, NC, 27617, United States
NC
 nanoRANCH-UHV Technologies, Inc.Nalin Kumar Small Business Other Energy Technologies nanoRANCH (aka UHV Technologies, Inc.) is a high technology R&D small business which specializes in advanced materials, devices, CVD diamond fabrication, 3D printing and manufacturing equipment/instruments. Our business model involves (i) technology development with Government funding, (ii) prototype fabrication and technology demonstration using our own extensive labs, and (iii) commercialization through strategic partnerships and spin-offs. Our R&D facilities include over 20,000 sq. ft. of prototyping/manufacturing capabilities located in Fort Worth, TX and Lexington, KY. We currently have two large ARPA-E contracts under the METALS and ROOTS programs, in addition to several SBIR and commercial R&D projects.

In relation to the HITEMMP solicitation, we have developed an unique 3D printing/additive technology called confined electro-deposition (CED) technology under funding from DOE. The low cost CED technology can 3D print extremely small (as small as 100 nanometer) features as well as large (3-5 millimeters) features made from pure metals such as copper, nickel, solder and alloys including high entropy alloys as well as various ceramics & composites. We are currently working on 3D printers to fabricate vertical interconnects on 3D stacks of chips/modules as well as 6 ft wide multi-layer printed circuit boards. The CED technology is ideal for additive manufacturing of next generation high performance heat exchangers with complex internal structures with extremely fine structures. In particular, the CED technology is capable of mass production of (i) very fine (1-200 microns) metallic micro-fluidic channels directly fabricated on the back of chips and chip packages, (ii) high thermal and mechanical performance alloys that can not be fabricated using the traditional laser or e-beam based powder-bed 3D printing technologies, (iii) fabrication of extremely high thermal conductivity copper-CNT nano-composites, (iv) additive manufacturing of unique topologies incorporating metals, alloys, plastics and ceramics in the same 3D printer at a low cost, and (v) fabrication of electrical and thermal vias to achieve optimum heat exchanger performance.
In addition, nanoRANCH has extensive diamond and CNT fabrication technologies which may be useful for the HiTEMMP program.

We are seeking to participate in the HITEMMP teams where we can provide our expertise in advanced materials, diamond and 3D printing technologies.
Website: www.nanoRANCH.com

Email: nkumar@nanoRANCH.com

Phone: 8178803880

Address: 1708 Jaggie Fox Way, Lexington, KY, 40511, United States
KY
 KyoceraEric Parlow Large Business Other Energy Technologies The World Leader in Fine Ceramics

Ceramic Additive Manufacturing offers topologies and physical designs that optimize device structure with suitable advanced ceramic
materials for increased heat transfer, precise fluid flow, and high strength

Kyocera currently offers SiC Heat Exchangers

-Material Technology: Kyocera provides over 200 types of ceramic materials including oxide, non-oxide and metal composite

-Process Technology: We possess the world's largest sintering kilns and CIP equipment, as well as various forming, machining and bonding technologies.

-Design Technology: Utilizing our own HPC server, we can provide various types of analysis including stress, thermal, and vibration.

-Measurement/Evaluation Technology: We possess a large variety of precision measurement and inspection equipment, enabling us to offer a wide range of analysis and evaluation services.
Website: https://global.kyocera.com/prdct/fc/index.html

Email: eric.parlow@kyocera.com

Phone: 8287777976

Address: 100 Industrial Park Road, Hendersonville, NC, 28792, United States
NC
 Vacuum Process Engineering, Inc.Carl Schalansky Small Business Other Energy Technologies For more than 40 years Vacuum Process Engineering, Inc. has established a reputation as an innovator and a reliable producer of mission-critical assemblies for customers across many organizations and across the globe: high-tech industries such as aerospace, medical, and semiconductors, educational institutions, national laboratories, and much more.
We are at the vanguard of quality-oriented, technically advanced services and products: microchannel heat exchangers, bonding, brazing, thermal processing, and R&D work with nanoparticles.
VPE is a certified AS9100 and ISO 9001 California corporation committed to meeting customer quality and on-time delivery expectations through practicing continuous improvement, and by operation of an effective Quality Management System.
Website: www.vpei.com

Email: carls@vpei.com

Phone: 9169256100

Address: 110 Commerce Circle, Sacramento, CA, 95815, United States
CA
 Sierra Engineering & Software, Inc.Jeffrey Muss Small Business Other Energy Technologies Sierra Engineering & Software, Inc. has over 20-years experience designing, analyzing, fabricating and testing heat exchange devices for liquid rocket engines. The combustion chamber designs have operated at pressures as high as 2300 psia and the coolant pressures have been as high as 5000 psia. We have experience with cryogenic and high temperature fluids. We understand the thermostructural effects of intense heat and pressure, and have engineered solutions to achieve the desired cycle life. We understand a range of advanced manufacturing processes including additive manufacturing through DMLS, diffusion bonding, electron beam welding and high vacuum brazing.
Website: www.sierraengineering.com

Email: jmuss@sierraengineering.com

Phone: 916-363-6161

Address: 3050 Fite Circle, #212, Sacramento, CA, 95827, United States
CA
 Alumina EnergySasha Braun Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Developing packed bed thermal energy storage systems for high temperature and high temperature renewable and conventional energy power generation solutions. Particular focus on super critical CO2 power cycles with thermal energy storage in concentrating solar power generation. Additional focus on grid scale electric energy storage for renewable integration and grid management services using an innovative electric-thermal energy storage configuration with conventional and advanced power cycles.
Website: www.aluminaenergy.com

Email: sasha@aluminaenergy.com

Phone: 1 (310) 433 4268

Address: 6676 Olde Stage Rd., Boulder, CO, 80302, United States
CO
 Illinois Institute of TechnologySumanta Acharya Academic Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear My background is in experimental and computational thermal-fluid sciences. My two primary application areas are heat exchangers and gas turbine cooling and combustion. I have published nearly 200 journal articles and book chapters and graduated over 60 doctoral and masters students. Would like to participate in a project contributing to optimization of HX design, CFD/CHT, and testing. Would like to collaborate with someone who has 3D printing capability and a manufacturer of HX.
Website: https://engineering.iit.edu/faculty/sumanta-acharya

Email: sacharya1@iit.edu

Phone: 312-567-3701

Address: Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, 60661, United States
IL
 Michigan State UniversityAndre Benard Academic Power Generation: Renewable The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Michigan State has undergone significant growth in recent years and has numerous faculty members and researchers working on thermal systems design, energy systems, metallurgy, and additive manufacturing. In addition, the department has significant strengths on topology optimization applied to a variety of physical systems (structures, fluids and thermal systems). A group of faculty members from these areas have formed a team interested in responding to the anticipated FOA on high performance heat exchangers. The team has significant facilities for 3D metal printing appropriate for innovative systems with complex large shapes. Novel designs and complex shapes that result from topology optimization for high performance heat exchangers can be manufactured using our 3D printing facilities. We are seeking partners for commercialization and scale-up of innovative heat exchanger concepts.
Website: me.msu.edu

Email: benard@egr.msu.edu

Phone: 5174321522

Address: 428 S. Shaw Ln Room 2555 EB, East Lansing, MI, 48824, United States
MI
 Advanced Cooling Technologies Inc.Howard Pearlman Small Business Other Energy Technologies Relevant experience in high temperature heat transfer including design, manufacturing and testing of high temperature heat pipes that use sodium and potassium working fluids and material envelopes that include stainless, inconel, and Ni-based superalloys operating at temperatures up to 1000 deg. C. Also experienced in heat exchanger design and some prior work on 3D printing high temperature heat exchangers.
Website: www.1-act.com

Email: howard.pearlman@1-act.com

Phone: 717-205-0642

Address: 1046 New Holland Ave, Lancaster, PA, 17601, United States
PA
 National Energy Technology LaboratoryOmer N Dogan Government Owned and Operated (GOGO) Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear NETL has been in the forefront of research and development for compact heat exchangers for the supercritical carbon dioxide power cycles. This research includes materials selection and performance testing in extreme environments, heat exchanger performance testing, and advanced manufacturing techniques for heat exchangers. Capabilities include high-temperature high-pressure autoclaves for materials corrosion testing, severe environment corrosion testing facility, mechanical testing lab and electron microscopes and other analytical instruments for microstructural and microchemical characterization.
Website: www.netl.doe.gov

Email: omer.dogan@netl.doe.gov

Phone: 541-967-5858

Address: 1450 Queen Avenue, S.W., Albany, OR, 97321, United States
OR
 Rolling Piston MotorsZhong Ai Xia Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear A newly invented rotary machine might be useful for the development of heat exchangers or high-efficiency modular power generation systems.
US Patent 9638186, Rotary Pump and Rotary Motor, is a simple, low-cost, straight shaft device that works on continuous fluid flow as a turbine,
it can run at higher temperature and higher speed than reciprocating machines.
The new machine can serve as an inline controllable component either for heat exchangers or waste heat recovery and additional power generation.
It is even also hopeful to serve as a cost-effective platform to replace or reduce the need of many stages of turbomachinery, enabling a substantially smaller footprint for these systems while yielding better efficiency and manufacturability properties.
Website: http://rollingpiston.com/

Email: andy@rollingpiston.com

Phone: 4122513265

Address: 838 Ella Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15243, United States
PA
 Resolved AnalyticsStewart Bible Small Business Other Energy Technologies Resolved Analytics accelerates the process of evaluating and improving the performance, reliability and safety of products and processes through simulation. Our business minded engineers are focused on understanding our customers' specific challenges and aspirations and proactively applying our expertise in thermal-fluid and structural dynamics to achieving ideal business outcomes. Our mission is to ensure our customers engage in holistic and modern approaches to developing new products, optimizing designs, and eliminating uncertainty.
Website: https://www.resolvedanalytics.com

Email: stewart@resolvedanalytics.com

Phone: 9192250767

Address: 810 Vickers Ave, Durham, NC, 27701, United States
NC
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