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Friday, March 6 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
From University Research to Real World Innovation LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

UT Dallas has a wide range of talented inventors in science and technology. Join us to learn more about how the cutting edge resarch of UT Dallas faculty and students is being turned into commercially viable innovations, bringing benefit, economic activity and jbos to our region. As UT Dallas pushes toward Tier 1, this workshop will explain how inventions and technologies developed by the UTD community can be accessed by those outside of the university. Inventors, business leaders and investors all benefit when partnerships are formed. This workshop will provide and opportunity for community members, investors and entrepreneurs to:
  • Collaborate with UTD in connection with its start-up activity
  • Learn how to access technologies available for licensing
  • Hear from several faculty and PhD students as they share their experiences with venture development
Questions? Contact Melissa Palmer, Program Manager, Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, UT Dallas, melissa.palmer@utdallas.edu

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Speakers
avatar for Emiola Banwo

Emiola Banwo

Student, UT Dallas
My area of interest lies at the intersection of the Psychology, Technology, and Business strategy that go into creating new product and service experiences that are consumer usable, technologically feasible and financially viable. | | I extend my general scientific approach of understanding the world to Product Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Observing and Questioning the way things are, Identifying problems, Conducting Research, followed by an iterative process of Constructing hypothesis, Experimenting, Analyzing results, and drawing conclusions. | | I'm a Design thinker with a lifelong empathy with people and identifying their needs; shining a critical eye to the finest details of a product and making design decisions with clear and sensible intentionality. | I have a depth of technical knowledge in hardware and software systems that does not limit my scope of product creativity. I create early prototypes to demo experiences that leverage hardware and software integration, then can communicate effectively with developers and engineers for concrete solutions... Read More →
avatar for Melissa Palmer

Melissa Palmer

Program Manager, Institute for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, University of Texas at Dallas


Friday March 6, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Fort Work, 9th Floor 211 N. Ervay, 9th Floor