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About IP2M

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SURA's inaugural Intellectual Property to Market ("IP2M") award event is designed to highlight, promote, and challenge the most promising technologies, intellectual property ("IP") and talent from 60+ colleges and universities in the United States. This event aims to attract teams of SURA-Member researchers, students, and/or university staff, PLUS angel and VC investors, government reps, and key service providers.

Who should attend IP2M?
• venture capitalists interested in academic R&D and early-stage deal flow
• angel investors interested in academic R&D and early-stage deal flow
• corporate venture executives interested in strategic relationships with academic R&D
• services providers servicing colleges, universities, and investors
• entrepreneurs, Member alumni, staff, and faculty

Areas of Interest
• energy – production, capture, conversion, storage, transmission
• cleantech – efficiency, renewable, recycling, pollution reduction
• life science – biotechnology, medical devices, pharmaceuticals
• infotech – software, internet, communications, hardware
• nanotech – novel nanomaterials (sub-100nm)
• other – all technologies not mentioned above

 2008 Team Finalists

Auburn University, IP2M Team Leader Paul Swamidass, Professor/Director, Thomas Walter Center. Polymer Actuators and Sensors, Inc. (PASI)
Florida Institute of Technology, IP2M Team Leader Syed Murshid, Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering. Spatial Domain Multiplexing: The Bandwidth Multiplier in Optical Fibers.
Florida Institute of Technology, IP2M Team Leader Kunal Mitra, Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Optical Tomography System Using Short Pulse Laser
University of Maryland, IP2M Team Leader Mehdi Khandani, Assistant Research Scientist, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Structural Health Monitoring of Bridges Using Active RF Test (ART) Technology
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, IP2M Team Leader Wu Feng, Associate Professor, Computer Science. EcoDaemon: Enabling Green Computing Everywhere via Autonomic Software

For more information please contact Russell Moy at rmoy@sura.org.


 

 

 

   
   
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