The 13th annual Innovation Forum will showcase Princeton research that offers the potential to be commercialized. The event includes a competition pitch, a networking demo station reception, a keynote address, and an awards ceremony. Prize money totaling $30,000 is awarded to the top three entries.
This year’s Innovation Forum will feature technology with commercialization potential from various departments at Princeton University including Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chemistry, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience as well as Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
Teams cover a range of potential applications in a variety of industries ranging from biotech, automotive, to infrastructure monitoring.
This year’s keynote speaker will be Princeton University Professor of Mechanical and Biological Engineering Craig Arnold, who will present is talk titled “Fast Optics”.
This event is co-hosted with the Office of Technology Licensing