innovative laser solutions
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Iris Light selected into the Techstars Space Accelerator & receives investment
The accelerator, which runs in partnership with the United States Space Force and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, is focused on the next generation of space technology companies from adjacent industries (i.e., automotive, agriculture, energy, mining, finance, and manufacturing) that seek access to the aerospace industry as a primary go-to-market channel, and technologies that can be applied commercially into the space and aerospace sectors (i.e., autonomy, robotics, etc).
Companies selected for The Techstars Space Accelerator will have access to the world’s leaders in the aerospace industry to help advance their businesses in market positioning, customer acquisition, product development and overall growth.
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CEO Husko presents at NextFlex 2023 aerospace workshop hosted by Boeing
Chad Husko, CEO introduced Iris Light's unique semiconductor ink technology to the NextFlex printed electronics industry consortium 2023 in Seattle, WA.
Iris Light wins NSF STTR – Phase I
Iris Light Technologies has been awarded an NSF Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I award with partner Boise State University. The team is working to develop light-emitting photonic inks for silicon photonics.
Iris Light wins Department of Energy SBIR Phase I
Iris Light was selected for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 1 to advance energy-efficiency of on-chip printed opto-electronic components made from our proprietary nanomaterial inks.
Iris Light awarded AFWERX SBIR Phase I contract from US Air Force
Iris Light received an AFWERX Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to advance on-chip 2um photodiodes for LIDAR imaging using our proprietary photonic inks.
Iris Light teams up with Cornell in JumpStart
One of the many New York connections that grew out of Luminate was an industry co-development project with Cornell to examine the atomic-scale properties of photonic ink. Thank you to NYSTAR for your support!