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What is the DOE Phase 0 Program?

The DOE Phase 0 Program is provided by the Department of Energy to assist first time applicants learn how to prepare responsive applications to the Small Business
Innovation Research (SBIR) and/or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program. To be eligible for this service which is provided at no charge, applicants must be a small business with the capability to respond to the topics in the DOE Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOA). These solicitations are released twice a year. To begin, please check the banner at the top of the page to see when the topics for the next FOA will be released and then review the eligibility criteria.

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Offices

DOE SBIR/STTR Topics are generated by
the following DOE Offices

Topics

DOE SBIR/STTR Topics are generated by
the following DOE Offices

Office of Advanced Computing Research

Office of Basic Energy Sciences

Office of Advanced Computing Research

Office of Advanced Computing Research

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Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research

TECHNOLOGIES FOR MANAGING AND ANALYZING COMPLEX DATA IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

a.  Complex Data 

ACCELERATING THE DEPLOYMENT OF ADVANCED SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES

a.   Deployment of ASCR-Funded Software 

b.  Integration of ASCR-Funded Libraries 

c.  Other

HPC CYBERSECURITY

a.  Cybersecurity Technologies 

b.  Other

TECHNOLOGIES FOR SHARING NETWORK PERFORMANCE DATA

a.  Anonymization Tools and Services 

b.  Correlate Log Data and or Host Sensor Data with Network Trace Data 

c.  Other

TRANSPARENT OPTICAL QUANTUM NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES

a.  Photonic Quantum Light Sources 

b.  Quantum Buffers 

c.  Optical Quantum Multiplexers/De-Multiplexers 

TECHNOLOGY TO FACILITATE THE USE OF NEAR-TERM QUANTUM COMPUTING HARDWARE

a.  Software for Calibration, Characterization, and Control of Quantum Processors