Impressions from the i²c StartAcademy 2017

February 21st- 23rd, 2017

Identifying MARKET OPPORTUNITES for potential SPIN-OUT IDEAS COMING FROM RESEARCH

i²c STARTacademy 2018 – the Bootcamp 4 Scientists

Identify and evaluate market opportunities - this is the first step for scientists who want to transfer their technology/their research results into successful products or services. The i²c STARTacademy supports scientists to develop an initial understanding of research transfer, either in the application or commercialization opportunities of their results. Tools and methods enable scientists to develop a business model and a first financial plan. Our bootcamp helps you identify how to transform your research into a potential spinout.

 

BENEFITS:

  • Your participation is your first step towards a potential spin-out Fellowship application (FFG funding amounting to € 500,000.-)

  • PhD students have the opportunity to qualify for the i²c Award - a high potential PhD scholarship amounting to € 5000, - + workplace in the i²c co-working space incl. participation in the TUW i² incubation program after finishing the PhD,

  • Identify application fields: develop market opportunities for your own technology

  • Business model generation

  • Financial planning: which financing options are available, do they fit your utilization philosophy and what implementation strategy is needed

  • Mentoring from inter- / national coaches, founders, and investors

  • Pitch training: present and communicate your ideas in a short, comprehensible and compelling manner

  • Full access to the i²c Founder and Investor Network

 

TARGET GROUP:

TU Wien scientists and researchers from all disciplines

 

FORMAT:

Bootcamp for maximum 10 teams
The participants work on their own technology

 

DURATION:

3 days intensive training and workshop
Pitch-event with a jury of experts (at the i²c Networking Friday)

 

BOOTCAMP DATE AND LOCATION:

February 13th-15th, 2018
Prechtlsaal
1040 Vienna, Karlsplatz 13

 

COSTS:

Participation is free of charge and limited to 10 projects

LANGUAGE:

English

 

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Please send a brief description of your technology to i2c-app@informatik.tuwien.ac.at by January 14th, 2018 latest. The description should include a short summary of your research result, the names and affiliation of your team members (at least 3 per project), the state of the art and what makes your project unique in the field of application. Additionally, please provide a brief description of your expectations from the program. Workshop language and language of submission is English.

                  

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