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News Article | May 25, 2017
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Castle Rock, CO, May 25, 2017 --( NavPoint Real Estate Group is a comprehensive Commercial Real Estate Services Firm that handles a wide variety of investment assignments. The company provides services including Exclusive Brokerage Representation, Property/Asset Management, and Consulting, throughout Colorado and the Western US covering all Commercial Property types. NavPoint brings an experienced team to every assignment that has a broad understanding of the national Commercial Real Estate market while also bringing acute local knowledge to each assignment. The firm is currently involved in the exclusive brokerage or management of over 1,500,000 SF of commercial real estate. NavPoint Real Estate Group is based in Castle Rock, Colorado. The firm handles commercial real estate sales, leasing and investment in all property types with market coverage through Colorado. To contact NavPoint Real Estate Group, please call the main office at 720.420.7530 or email at info@navpointre.com The Company’s website can be found at www.navpointre.com Castle Rock, CO, May 25, 2017 --( PR.com )-- NavPoint Real Estate Group is pleased to announce the sale of a 3,928 SF office condo at 7940 S University Blvd Suite 100/110 in Centennial. The seller was J Medical Center. The buyer was Turquoise Properties, LLC. Matt Kulbe and Brent Ham of NavPoint Real Estate Group represented the seller. This deal successfully closed in May 2017. The property is conveniently located off S University Blvd and E County Line Road located less than 1/4 mile north of C470. The office condo was originally constructed in 1999.NavPoint Real Estate Group is a comprehensive Commercial Real Estate Services Firm that handles a wide variety of investment assignments. The company provides services including Exclusive Brokerage Representation, Property/Asset Management, and Consulting, throughout Colorado and the Western US covering all Commercial Property types. NavPoint brings an experienced team to every assignment that has a broad understanding of the national Commercial Real Estate market while also bringing acute local knowledge to each assignment. The firm is currently involved in the exclusive brokerage or management of over 1,500,000 SF of commercial real estate.NavPoint Real Estate Group is based in Castle Rock, Colorado. The firm handles commercial real estate sales, leasing and investment in all property types with market coverage through Colorado. To contact NavPoint Real Estate Group, please call the main office at 720.420.7530 or email at info@navpointre.com The Company’s website can be found at www.navpointre.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Navpoint Real Estate Group


Zamiri M.,University of New Mexico | Plis E.,University of New Mexico | Kim J.O.,University of New Mexico | Lee S.C.,University of New Mexico | And 8 more authors.
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2014

Detectivity of mid-wave infrared (MWIR) detectors based on InAs/GaSb type II strained layer superlattices (T2SLs) can be significantly enhanced at select wavelengths by integrating the detector with a back-side illuminated plasmonic coupler. The application of a simple metal-T2SL structure directly on the GaSb substrate can result in radiation losses into the substrate due to the low refractive index of T2SL layer. However, insertion of a higher refractive index material, such as germanium (Ge), into the metal-SLS structure can confine the surface plasmon waveguide (SPW) modes to the surface. In this work, metal (Au)-Ge-T2SL structures are designed with an approximately 100 nm thick Ge layer. The T2SL layer utilized a p-i-n detector design with 8 monolayers (MLs) InAs/8 MLs GaSb. A plasmonic coupler was then realized inside the 300 μm circular apertures of these single element detectors by the formation of a corrugated metal (Au) surface. The T2SL single element detector integrated with an optimized plasmonic coupler design increased the quantum efficiency (QE) by a factor of three at an operating temperature of 77 K and 3 to 5 μm illumination wavelength, compared to a reference detector structure, and each structure exhibited the same level of dark current. © 2014 SPIE.


Acosta L.,University of New Mexico | Klein B.,University of New Mexico | Tian Z.-B.,University of New Mexico | Frantz E.,University of Cincinnati | And 5 more authors.
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2014

The objective of this study is to optimize the absorption in the active region of InAs/GaSb T2SL photodetectors for the realization of high-performance MWIR devices. Two sets of MWIR (Î100% cut-off ~ 5.5Î=m at 77K) T2SL detectors were realized; one set with varied detector absorber thickness, the other set with varied T2SL period. The T2SL material quality was evaluated on the basis of room temperature photoluminescence (RTPL) and the high-resolution X-ray diffraction (HRXRD) data. Then the device performance was compared using spectral response, dark current and responsivity measurements. Finally, quantum efficiency was calculated and employed as a metric for the definition of the optimal T2SL period and active region thickness. For the first part of the study, a homojunction pin architecture based on 8 monolayers (MLs) InAs/8MLs GaSb T2SL was used. The thickness of the non-intentionally doped absorber layers were 1.5Î=m, 2.5Î=m, and 3.5Î=m. For the second part of the study, unipolar barrier (pBiBn) devices were grown. The thickness of the absorber region and the T2SL constituent InAs layer thicknesses were kept the same (1.5 Î=m and 8 MLs, respectively) whereas the T2SL constituent GaSb thickness was varied as 6 MLs, 8 MLs, and 10 MLs. We have found that the pin detector with 2.5 Î=m thick absorber and the pBiBn detector with 8 ML InAs/ 8 ML GaSb T2SL composition are, within the scope of this study, optimal for the realization of MWIR single-element devices and FPAs with corresponding architectures. © 2014 SPIE.


Rotter T.J.,Actoprobe LLC | Busani T.,Actoprobe LLC | Rathi P.,Actoprobe LLC | Jaeckel F.,Actoprobe LLC | And 9 more authors.
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2015

We propose to utilize confocal Raman spectroscopy combined with high resolution atomic force microscopy (AFM) for nondestructive characterisation of the sidewalls of etched and passivated small pixel (24 μm×24 μm) focal plane arrays (FPA) fabricated using LW/LWIR InAs/GaSb type-II strained layer superlattice (T2SL) detector material. Special high aspect ratio Si and GaAs AFM probes, with tip length of 13 μm and tip aperture less than 7°, allow characterisation of the sidewall morphology. Confocal microscopy enables imaging of the sidewall profile through optical sectioning. Raman spectra measured on etched T2SL FPA single pixels enable us to quantify the non-uniformity of the mesa delineation process. © 2015 SPIE.


Moreira A.,University Blvd | Caskey M.,University Blvd | Fonseca R.,University Blvd | Malloy M.,University Blvd | Geary C.,University Blvd
Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine | Year: 2012

Objective. The objective of this study was to determine if the continued use of vitamin A in a nursery utilizing early surfactant and nasal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) was warranted. Study design.A retrospective, cohort study of appropriately sized, preterm neonates weighing ≤1000g at birth was conducted. Two time periods were compared: Pre-Vitamin A was composed of extremely low birth weight who were routinely cared for with early nasal CPAP (n=76); and Post-Vitamin A (n=102) consisted of ELBWs who were cared for similar to Pre-Vitamin A, but with the addition of vitamin A. Outcome variables included the incidence of BPD and other pulmonary and major neonatal morbidities. Results. Between Pre-Vitamin A and Post-Vitamin A the incidence of moderate to severe BPD decreased by 11%, from 33% to 22% (p=0.2). No difference was found in the number of ventilator days or in the incidence of any other neonatal morbidity or mortality, including intraventricular hemorrhage, necrotizing enterocolitis, or patent ductus arteriosus requiring surgical ligation. Conclusion. In a neonatal unit utilizing early surfactant followed by nasal CPAP at delivery, supplementing extremely premature neonates with vitamin A demonstrated a trend towards a decrease in the incidence of moderate to severe BPD; however, this change requires a larger sample to verify in the future. © 2012 Informa UK, Ltd.


Plis E.,University Blvd | Myers S.,University Blvd | Ramirez D.,University Blvd | Smith E.P.,Raytheon Co. | And 4 more authors.
Infrared Physics and Technology | Year: 2015

We report on the design, growth, fabrication and characterization of dual-band (long-/long-wave infrared) type-II InAs/GaSb strained layer superlattice (T2SL) detectors with pBp architecture. Under operating the bias of -200 mV and +100 mV, quantum efficiencies of 37% (∼11 μm band) and 25% (∼9 μm band) were realized, respectively. To reduce the dark current in a dual-band T2SL detector, the effect of a "restoration" chemical etch treatment and ZnTe passivation on device performance were investigated. © 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


Ramirez D.A.,University Blvd | Plis E.A.,University Blvd | Myers S.A.,University Blvd | Morath C.P.,Air Force Research Lab | And 3 more authors.
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering | Year: 2015

The realization of high operating temperature (HOT) midwave infrared (MWIR) photodetectors would significantly relax the requirements imposed on the cooling system, which would lead to a reduction in the size, weight, and cost of the detection system. One of the most attractive material systems to develop HOT photodetectors is InAs/GaSb Type II Superlattice (T2SL). This is due the ability of T2SL materials to engineer the band structure of the device, which can be exploited to make devices with unipolar barriers. It has been shown that the use of unipolar barriers can dramatically reduce the dark current levels of the device, which is essential to realize HOT photodetectors. In this work, we report on the performance of a unipolar barrier mid wave infrared detector based on type-II InAs/GaSb strained layer superlattice for high operating temperatures. The device architecture is the double-barrier heterostructure, pBiBn design. Under an applied bias of -10 mV and an operating temperature of 200 K, the best performing devices show a dark current density of 4.9×10-4 A/cm2. At 200 K, the measured zero-bias specific detectivity was 4.4×1010 Jones. © 2015 SPIE.


National Institute for Fitness and Sport (NIFS) Mini Marathon & 5K Training Program—27 Years and Running Training for a race event is better with a group. Join NIFS Mini Marathon & 5K Training Program and cross the finish line this spring. Indianapolis, IN, November 21, 2016 --( Now in its 27th year, the NIFS Mini Marathon & 5K Training Program prepares participants for both the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini Marathon scheduled for Saturday, May 6, 2017 the Geist Half Marathon on Saturday, May 20, 2017 and the Carmel Marathon on Saturday, April 22, 2017. These races also have 5K courses for those wanting to compete at a shorter distance. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced level runner or walker, the NIFS Mini Marathon & 5K Training Program offers a safe and fun way to prepare your body for any race event. This interactive training program is developed by exercise physiologists, fitness specialists, registered dietitians and accomplished athletes. Past participant Denise says this about the program, “I look forward to participating every year. The training program is even more fun than the actual race!” The 14-week program includes an educational training clinic on January 25, weekly group walks/runs with pace groups available from 7:30-16-minute mile, program shirt, weekly Wednesday access to NIFS for cross training, snacks and refreshments and a celebration dinner. 1st year rookies who are non-members receive a 30-day membership to NIFS. Early bird discount rate runs from October 29-November 29, 2016. New family rate— immediate household family members receive 50% off registration fee when another family member registers. To register, or for more information regarding the NIFS Mini Marathon and 5K Training Program, call Amanda Bireline at (317) 274-3432, ext. 219 or register online at www.nifs.org under Programs. NIFS media contact, Trudy Coler (317) 274-3432, email tcoler@nifs.org. Visit www.nifs.org. National Institute for Fitness and Sport is a non-profit organization committed to enhancing human health, physical fitness and athletic performance through research, education and service. Indianapolis, IN, November 21, 2016 --( PR.com )-- Registration is now open for NIFS Mini Marathon & 5k Training program. Training is at NIFS convenient downtown location Wednesday nights, January 25-May 8, 2017, at 6 pm. Online registration is now open Now in its 27th year, the NIFS Mini Marathon & 5K Training Program prepares participants for both the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini Marathon scheduled for Saturday, May 6, 2017 the Geist Half Marathon on Saturday, May 20, 2017 and the Carmel Marathon on Saturday, April 22, 2017. These races also have 5K courses for those wanting to compete at a shorter distance.Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced level runner or walker, the NIFS Mini Marathon & 5K Training Program offers a safe and fun way to prepare your body for any race event. This interactive training program is developed by exercise physiologists, fitness specialists, registered dietitians and accomplished athletes.Past participant Denise says this about the program, “I look forward to participating every year. The training program is even more fun than the actual race!”The 14-week program includes an educational training clinic on January 25, weekly group walks/runs with pace groups available from 7:30-16-minute mile, program shirt, weekly Wednesday access to NIFS for cross training, snacks and refreshments and a celebration dinner. 1st year rookies who are non-members receive a 30-day membership to NIFS.Early bird discount rate runs from October 29-November 29, 2016. New family rate— immediate household family members receive 50% off registration fee when another family member registers.To register, or for more information regarding the NIFS Mini Marathon and 5K Training Program, call Amanda Bireline at (317) 274-3432, ext. 219 or register online at www.nifs.org under Programs.NIFS media contact, Trudy Coler (317) 274-3432, email tcoler@nifs.org. Visit www.nifs.org.National Institute for Fitness and Sport is a non-profit organization committed to enhancing human health, physical fitness and athletic performance through research, education and service. National Institute for Fitness and Sport Trudy Coler (317) 274-3432 www.nifs.org 250 University Blvd Indianapolis, IN 46202 Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from NIFS

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