NSF I-Corps Program Information Session

Friday, October 14, 2022 11:30 – 1:00 pm
Discovery to Product (D2P), 1403 University Avenue

FREE, in person,* lunch provided
Pre-registration requested

Calling campus researchers! Are you working on a science or engineering innovation? Do you want to explore its commercialization potential? The NSF I-Corps program can provide you with entrepreneurial education, mentoring and up to $50,000 in funding.

*We will keep registrants updated on any changes to the event format.

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The National Science Foundation (NSF) created I-Corps (Innovation Corps) to bridge the gap between fundamental research discoveries in science and engineering, and the commercialization of technologies, products and processes with the potential to benefit society.

Learn how participating in I-Corps programs could advance your innovation at this information session designed for busy students, postdocs and faculty. UW–Madison researchers and Discovery to Product (D2P) mentors who participated in regional and national I-Corps programs will share their experiences and answer attendees’ questions. D2P’s staff mentors have completed Great Lakes I-Corps Instructor Training and have served as I-Corps Mentors in the National I-Corps Teams program. In the past two years, D2P has mentored six teams in national and regional I-Corps programs.

Hear from members of three D2P-mentored UW–Madison teams that completed the regional and national NSF I-Corps Teams Programs, seeking to identify the commercial path forward for innovations which originated on campus. Scroll down for panelist details.

Questions? Contact Aimee Arnoldussen at aimee.arnoldussen@wisc.edu.

If you need an accommodation to participate, please contact Aimee Arnoldussen at aimee.arnoldussen@wisc.edu by Friday, September 30.

This event is offered by UW Discovery to Product (D2P) as part of UW–Madison’s 2022 Innovate Week. Explore other Innovate Week events designed for campus innovators.

Program Panelists

Kyoung-Shin Choi

Credentials: PhD

Position title: Professor, Department of Chemistry

ChloBis Water, Inc.

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Shannon Stahl

Credentials: PhD

Position title: Steenbock Professor of Chemical Sciences

HOP Electrosynthesis

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Margaret Lumley

Credentials: PhD

Position title: ChloBis Water, Inc.

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Mathew Johnson

Credentials: Graduate Student

Position title: Materials Chemistry

HOP Electrosynthesis

Erick Oberstar

Credentials: PhD

Position title: Associate Faculty

Constrast Dynamics

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