Spun out of North Carolina State University, Lupine Materials and Technology is organized around two areas of endeavor: Optical fiber sensors for high temperature superconducting magnets and Thick film ferrites for conformal microwave antenna. Lupine is the sole-source world-wide for technical expertise in optical fiber sensors for high temperature superconducting (HTS) magnets. The commercial markets for the enhanced optical fiber low temperature sensing technology are those that benefit from the use of superconducting magnets. Near term that transates into advanced motors and generators for defense applications and wind generation. Longwe Term that means fusion reactor and high energy physics in the Department of Energy. Thick Film Ferrites for Conformal Microwave Antenna. Lupine is currently the sole source of ferrite thick films to Northrop-Grumman due to other institutions being unable to develop a process that provided them the types of film required for their system. The focus is now to develop similar hexaferrite thick films, which enable smaller, simple antenna designs.