|2019-03-13||UW Neural Engineering Tech Studio||
1414 NE 42nd Street
UW Neural Engineering Tech Studio
The UW’s Neural Engineering Tech Studio showcases new neural engineering technology designed by undergraduate and graduate students.
The UW Neural Engineering Tech Studio was created to give students an opportunity to be creative and innovative with neurotechnology. In this 10-week course, offered once per year, teams of graduate and undergraduate students compete to create novel neural engineering device prototypes that are commercially viable. On March 13, the teams’ final projects are presented to a panel of industry judges in a “shark tank” format. The winning team receives support and mentoring to continue developing their prototype and/or create a startup company.
The event is free and open to the public.
This year’s projects include:
Team Fusion: A spinal support device with stimulation capability to enhance rehabilitation
Engagefy: An attention monitoring system
Myovate: EMG controlled robotics
Kioku: A memory enhancement app for smart phone users
Aurora: Sleep optimization using physiologic monitoring
PanicAway: A smart phone app that assists users in averting or recovering from panic attacks
For more information: Contact course instructor and CNT Director of Industry Relations and Innovation, Scott Ransom, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-540-5561.
Event type: Generic UW Event