Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) Excellence in Technology Transfer Award
- Pulse Thermal Processing, developed by the team of the following scientists and staff: Chad Duty, Craig Blue, Art Clemons, Nancy Dudney, David Harper, Ron Ott, John Rivard, Adrian Sabau, Alex DeTrana, all of ORNL and Stan Farnsworth, Kurt Schroder, and Charlie Munson of NovaCentrix, (2013).
- CermaClad, developed by the team: Chad Duty, Craig Blue, Nancy Dudney, David Harper, Ron Ott, John Rivard, Bill Peter, Adrian Sabau, Art Clemons, Alex DeTrana, all of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Anupam Ghildyal and Andrew J. Sherman of MesoCoat, Inc, and Greg Engleman of CeralUSA, (2012).
- New Stainless Steel Alloy Tooling for High-Temperature Presses, developed by the team: Govindarajan Muralidharan, Philip J. Maziasz, Michael L. Santella (ret.), Neal D. Evans, Christopher O. Stevens, Jackie R. Mayotte, and Frank V. Damiano of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Roman Pankiw, Donald P. Voke, and Alberto Jablonski of Duralloy Technologies, (2012).
- Materials for a Low-Cost, Clean Cookstove, developed by the team, which was led by: Mike Brady (MST), included Larry Walker (former MST, now FCID), Dave Stinton (Ret EESD), Tom Rosseel (MST), Tim Theiss (ETSD), Joe Morasco, Alex DeTrana (TTED), and Frank Damiano (TTED) at ORNL and Jesse Walker, Envirofit, Morgan Defoort (CSU), and Bryan Willson (CSU), (2012).
- Flexible Thin-Film Solar Photovoltaics on RABiTS, developed by the team: Parans Paranthaman, Lee Heatherly, Sung-Hun Wee, Claudia Cantoni, Daniela Bogorin, Kyunghoon Kim, Fred List, Tolga Aytug, Amit Goyal, Dominic Lee, Frank Damiano and Mark Reeves, (2011).
- CF8-C Stainless Steel and Adaptive Band Excitation (Project of the Year), developed by the team: P. J. Maziasz, R. Johnson, and A. G. DeTrana, (2008).
- Adaptive Band Excitation Method in Scanning Probe Microscopy, (Excellence in Technology Transfer), developed by the team: S. V. Kalinin, S. Jesse, and A. G. DeTrana, (2008).
- High-Performance Lanthanum Manganese Oxide-enabled, High Temperature Superconducting Tape, developed by the team: V. Selvamanickam, A. Goyal, M. P. Paranthaman, X. Xiong, and T. Aytug,( 2008).