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Allen J Twarowski

from Thousand Oaks, CA
Age ~76

Allen Twarowski Phones & Addresses

  • 473 Hillsborough St, Westlake Village, CA 91361
  • Thousand Oaks, CA
  • Ventura, CA
  • Dexter, MI

Work

Company: Ballet arts dance wear Address: 31308 Via Colinas Ste 101, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 Phones: (805) 495-7940 Position: Partner Industries: Dance Studios, Schools, and Halls

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Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Allen Twarowski
Partner
Ballet Arts Dance Wear
Dance Studios, Schools, and Halls
31308 Via Colinas Ste 101, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Allen Twarowski
Partner
Ballet Arts Dance Wear
Dance Studios, Schools, and Halls
31308 Via Colinas STE 101, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
(805) 495-7940
Allen Twarowski
Co-Owner, Managing
Ballet Arts
Dance Studio/School/Hall · Dance Instruction · Dance Classes · Fine Art Schools · Dancing Instruction · Schools and Educational Services
31308 Via Colinas, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
(805) 495-7940
Allen Twarowski
Partner
Ballet Arts Dance Wear
Dance Studios, Schools, and Halls
31308 Via Colinas Ste 101, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

Publications

Us Patents

Reversible Thermochromic Optical Limiter

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US Patent:
6652778, Nov 25, 2003
Filed:
Apr 21, 1992
Appl. No.:
07/871930
Inventors:
Allen J. Twarowski - Westlake Village CA
Assignee:
The Boeing Company - Chicago IL
International Classification:
G02F 11337
US Classification:
252582, 359589
Abstract:
A reversible thermochromic optical limiter incorporates a thermochromic material, such as a spiropyran, that has molecules present in one of two states. At ambient temperatures the material is transparent to light. Incident laser radiation causes localized heating that turns the material to a colored state, effectively limiting transmission of the laser radiation. A laser protection device may comprise an optical focusing assembly, a nonlinear thermochromic medium, and a collimating assembly. A far field image having an intrusive laser beam, is focused through the thermochromic medium. The laser beam is focused to a small volume, causing localized heating, a large increase in optical density, and absorption of the laser light. The thermochromic medium has a fast response time over a broad wavelength band and returns to its transparent state when the laser beam subsides. The far field image is focused to a much larger volume so that it does not cause significant heating or change in optical density.

Modular Wireless Integrated Network Sensor (Wins) Node With A Dual Bus Architecture

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US Patent:
7046166, May 16, 2006
Filed:
Apr 29, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/426407
Inventors:
Maxim Pedyash - Simi Valley CA, US
Victor Panov - Newbury Park CA, US
Nikolai Romanov - Agoura Hills CA, US
Dustin McIntire - Ventura CA, US
Gary Gould - Oxnard CA, US
Loren Clare - Thousand Oaks CA, US
Jonathan Agre - Brinklow MD, US
Allen Twarowski - Thousand Oaks CA, US
James Duncan - Thousand Oaks CA, US
Assignee:
Rockwell Scientific Licensing, LLC - Thousand Oaks CA
International Classification:
G08C 19/22
H04Q 9/00
US Classification:
34087007, 34087001, 34087008, 701 13
Abstract:
A modular sensing station architecture that supports flexible power management includes one or more sensors connected to a WINS node. Each node includes power supply, data acquisition, programmable microprocessor and wireless transceiver modules that communicate data and instructions over a bus. The bus suitably includes a signal bus for communicating instructions and low bandwidth data and a high-capacity data bus for transferring high bandwidth data and executing high power tasks. The dual bus approach provides constant communications among the modules and low-capacity data transfer with the option to activate the high-power circuits or tasks only as needed.

Wireless Integrated Sensor Network Using Multiple Relayed Communications

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US Patent:
62082477, Mar 27, 2001
Filed:
Aug 18, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/135762
Inventors:
Jonathan R. Agre - Oak Park CA
Loren P. Clare - Thousand Oaks CA
Henry O. Marcy - Camarillo CA
Allen J. Twarowski - Westlake Village CA
William Kaiser - Los Angeles CA
Wilmer A. Mickelson - Cedar Rapids IA
Michael D. Yakos - Cedar Rapids IA
Christian J. Loeffelholz - Cedar Rapids IA
Jonathan R. Engdahl - Chardon OH
Assignee:
Rockwell Science Center, LLC - Thousands Oaks CA
International Classification:
G08B1/08
US Classification:
340539
Abstract:
Wireless integrated miniature sensing stations which can be organized into a communicating network allow sensitive detection and analysis of vibration, infrared radiation, sound, or other physical signals indicative of an intruder or condition to be monitored over a wide area. The sensing stations operate on low power and include a sensor or sensors, a digital signal processor, a microprocessor, and a wireless transceiver for communication. Network communication is facilitated by multiple relayed transmissions from station to station.

Solid Phase Photosensitizer For Generation Of Singlet Oxygen

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US Patent:
45798370, Apr 1, 1986
Filed:
Oct 22, 1984
Appl. No.:
6/663755
Inventors:
George E. Busch - Milan MI
Allen J. Twarowski - Dexter MI
Assignee:
KMS Fusion, Inc. - Ann Arbor MI
International Classification:
B01J 3300
B01J 1912
US Classification:
502167
Abstract:
A solid phase photosensitizer and method of use for photochemical generation of singlet oxygen. The sensitizer comprises one or more layers of an organic polycrystalline dye solid which absorbs radiant energy to release triplet excitons. Where multiple layers are employed, triplet state energies of the layers decrease toward the outer surface. A sub-monomolecular surface layer of organic molecules has a triplet state energy which is less than that of the adjacent dye-solid layer but greater than that of molecular oxygen. The sub-monomolecular layer thus functions to trap exciton energy at the sensitizer surface for reaction with gaseous molecular ground state oxygen directed thereover.
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