Lucid Circuit is developing microchips for space-based geospatial analytics in small satellites. The company was launched in 2017 by USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s Information Sciences Institute researcher Michel Sika, who worked with the USC Stevens Center for Innovation to license a technology that is central to the company’s space applications.
TAG grants help to add value to unlicensed USC-owned technology, thereby increasing the probability of licensing and supporting the commercialization of discoveries created at USC. TAG awards provide funding up to $50,000 for a project duration of no more than one year.
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