NEXUS-NY Cohort #5 Application Deadline November 11

NEXUS-NY seeks applications from entrepreneurial teams interested in moving energy technologies from research labs to market.  Through a competitive selection, 10 teams are identified to receive business, educational and financial support of up to $75,000. 

To date, NEXUS-NY has helped launch 21 startup companies.  Fifteen graduates have gone on to raise more than $23M, and six have generated initial customer revenue.

For additional information and to apply, visit the NEXUS-NY website.  Application deadline is Saturday, November 11.  

Syracuse University has participated with one team and we hope to see additional teams apply and succeed moving forward.  The Office of Technology Transfer has additional information on the application questions and process.  Please contact Elizabeth Jeffery with your questions.

NEXUS-NY is a program of High Tech Rochester (HTR) and is funded largely through a proof-of-concept center grant from NYSERDA

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NEXT Conference – Save the Date

Learn What’s New and Exciting at NEXT, a technology, manufacturing, and biotech conference focused on cutting-edge trends and NEXT generation innovation.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel & Conference Center

Keynotes:

Artificial Intelligence and the Road Ahead – Hod Lipson, PhD

Convergent Futures: Cognitive Neuroscience Meets Deep Learning – Dave Warner, MD, PhD

Also, nine educational workshops in concurrent tracks that focus on Biotech Innovation, Manufacturing Excellence, Technology & the Law.

Registration is required at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/next-2017-conference-registration-34985858645.  Registration fee is only $25.00 and includes meals, parking and cocktail reception.

Attention Syracuse University Inventors

Plan Early for Publications and Presentations in January 2018

Many faculty members use the winter break to finalize manuscripts and to present at conferences.  It is never too early to contact our office to discuss protecting the intellectual property that has been created at Syracuse University.  With the coming holiday observances and due to the lead time needed to analyze invention disclosures and pursue patent protection (if warranted), inventors are encouraged to finalize invention disclosures as soon as possible, especially inventors that plan to present at conferences or finalize publication submissions in early 2018.  Please contact our office with any questions regarding upcoming technology disclosures.

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Faculty Partner with Technology Transfer to Obtain Patent for Movement Monitoring System

The Office of Technology Transfer congratulates Drs. Velipasalar, Almagambetov and Casares on the February 14, 2017 issuance of a U.S. Patent for a Movement Monitoring System.  More information about the invention can be found in a recent article highlighted on the Syracuse University Engineering & Computer Science website.  Additional information about this patent titled “Automatic Detection by a Wearable Camera” can be found on Google Patents.