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Recent patent applications related to Kent State University. Kent State University is listed as an Agent/Assignee. Note: Kent State University may have other listings under different names/spellings. We're not affiliated with Kent State University, we're just tracking patents.

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Photopatterning of molecular orientations

A method for aligning molecular orientations of liquid crystals and/or polymeric materials into spatially variant patterns uses metamasks. When non-polarized or circularly polarized light is transmitted through or reflected by the metamasks, spatially varied polarization direction and intensity patterns of light can be generated. ... Kent State University

Biodegradable side chain liquid crystal elastomers: smart responsive scaffolds (srs) for tissue regeneration

Controlled biodegradable smart responsive scaffold (srs) materials enhance attachment and viability of cells, i.e. Actively guiding their expansion, proliferation and in some cases differentiation, while increasing their biomechanical functionality is an important key issue for tissue regeneration. ... Kent State University

Bistable liquid crystal light-modulating device

A bistable liquid crystal spatial light modulating (slm) device (slm) device utilizes the homeotropic and bubble domain texture change of a cholesteric liquid crystal that is responsive to external stimuli, such as electric voltage, light and pressure. The slm device is configured to be switched between the two stable textures of the bubble domain texture or the fingerprint texture. ... Kent State University

Display panel and display apparatus

A display panel and a display apparatus are provided. The display panel includes a first substrate and a second substrate which are arranged oppositely. ... Kent State University

Display device

An embodiment of the present disclosure provides a display device, including: a liquid crystal display panel, comprising a liquid crystal layer including a polymer network formed of a polymerizable monomer; a light guide component, wherein the light guide component is configured such that light from the light source is emitted out from the first surface of the light guide component into the liquid crystal display panel, and in a case that the liquid crystal layer is not applied with a voltage, light from the light source is totally reflected at the liquid crystal display panel without being emitted from a side of the second substrate opposite to the first substrate into the outside air.. . ... Kent State University

Unified computational method and system for patient-specific hemodynamics

A method for computing patient-specific hemodynamics. The method includes receiving three dimensional imaging data of a patent, extracting anatomical data from the three dimensional imaging data, calculating velocity and pressure fields corresponding to the extracted anatomical data, and calculating displacement and velocity of extracted solid particles corresponding to the anatomical data. ... Kent State University

Display panel and manufacturing method thereof

A display panel and a manufacturing method thereof are provided. Each pixel of the display panel includes a transmission region and a reflection region, and the display panel includes a first polarizer, a first base substrate, a first alignment layer, a liquid crystal layer, a second alignment layer, a second base substrate, and a second polarizer. ... Kent State University

Electro-optical devices utilizing alternative transparent conductive oxide layers

Electro-optical devices utilizing alternative transparent conductive oxide (tco) layers, such as aluminum zinc oxide (azo) and gallium zinc oxide (gzo), and indium composites, are able to replace traditional indium-tin-oxide (ito) tcos. As a result, the electro-optical devices of the embodiments of the present invention are able to achieve high operating performance, including: high light transmittance, fast response times and low applied voltages, which are comparable to those of electro-optical devices using (ito) coated substrates, while also being low-cost.. ... Kent State University

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