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Maintain a world-class level of scientific rigor, expertise, and innovation while meeting the commercial requirements of a private company.
Impulse established a comprehensive intellectual property protection system allowing it to publish peer-reviewed articles and make featured presentations at professional conferences around the world.
Impulse has achieved an active and respected presence within the scientific community. As prime contractor of the ACPT contract, it collaborated with the following organizations and universities:
Acoustic Fusion Technology Energy Consortium
The Acoustic Fusion Technology Energy Consortium was formed by Impulse and leading academic institutions to advance the study of acoustic inertial confinement fusion (AICF) and its related science, technologies, and equipment.
University of Washington
Applied Physics Laboratory
APL-UW leads research in the basic and applied physics of sound—from sonars used to probe the geology of the deep ocean floor to hand-held, high-frequency focused ultrasound devices to image and stop internal bleeding without surgery
Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering (AME)
AME provides students with a strong grounding in fundamental aspects of the discipline while providing exposure to nanotechnology, mechatronic systems, and biomedical applications involving ultrasonic imaging, lithotripsy, distraction osteogenesis, and robotic surgery.
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
The curriculum in mechanical and aerospace engineering at Rutgers places emphasis on a thorough understanding of the fundamental principles and engineering methods of analysis and reasoning. The Department offers academic degrees both at undergraduate and graduate levels.
University of Mississippi
National Center for Physical Acoustics
NCPA maintains basic and applied research programs in many areas of physical acoustics; provides coordination of major, multi-university research programs in the United States; serves as an advocate for physical acoustics to federal agencies and other organizations; provides significant educational opportunities for students and postdocs; and provides direct research assistance to investigators throughout the world.