Company Overview of Texas State University-San Marcos
Texas State University-San Marcos is an Educational Institution.
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX
Founded in 2010
Key Executives for Texas State University-San Marcos
Head of the Nanomaterials Application Center
Interim Vice President of University Advancement
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Texas State University-San Marcos Key Developments
Quantum Materials Corporation Enters into MOU and University -- Industry Partnership Agreement with Texas State University
Oct 2 13
Quantum Materials Corporation, Inc. announced it has entered into an MOU and University -- Industry Partnership Agreement with Texas State University (TSU) in San Marcos, a short distance from Quantum Materials Corp. headquarters at STAR Park. Texas State's Advanced Functional Materials Laboratory, outfitted with characterization and analysis equipment will assist Quantum Materials' nearby Wet Labs in special projects designed to produce department scientific papers advancing tetrapod quantum dot research. The University - Industry partnership, strong programs and excellent facilities expand the research capabilities of Quantum Materials and will aid its efforts to successfully produce and market quantum dots products. Quantum Materials manufactures both Cadmium-based and Non-Heavy-Metal (Cadmium-Free) Tetrapod Quantum Dots. Colloidal Tetrapod QD are tetrahedrally symmetric nanocrystals with wurtzite arms exhibiting bright and narrow emission, uniquely capable of dual emissions from one energy source and also singularly unique as micromechanical stress gauges measurable by color shifting of their energy gap when bending under strain.
MicroPower Global Announces Production Agreement with Texas State University
Jul 9 13
Texas State University and MicroPower Global announced a new agreement July 8 granting the company exclusive use of a Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) system. Use of the MBE will enable the company to commence production of its advanced semiconductor chips, which convert heat directly to electricity three times more efficiently than ever before. The MBE, a V100 system which has two operating chambers, will continue to be owned by Texas State, with MicroPower paying a monthly fee once operational. Total production capacity using both chambers would be approximately 1.3 million cm square worth of MicroPower chips annually, double the initial capacity that the company had projected. The MBE will be moved by the end of the summer, from its present location on campus to the company's facility at Texas State's Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Park. In addition, MicroPower has also agreed terms with the university for the operation of a new research chamber, due to be installed this month on the development MBE system in the Roy F. Mitte science building on campus.
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