Join us via Zoom from 10:00-noon on Wed., Nov. 17 as our 10 student finalist teams fast pitch their ideas to our panel of judges, followed by a Q&A session. Winners will be announced during the final 15 minutes of the event.
Please note that you must register to receive Zoom login information.
Here are the finalist teams, a brief description of their project, the team leader and their school (a printable version is available for download):
Think Tinder for sustainably sourced collegiate gear and higher education networking.
Team Leader: Patricia Garcia, Viterbi School of Engineering
A subscription-based platform for college athletes to monetize their media through experiential media content for paying sports fans.
Team Leader: George Pappas, Marshall School of Business
An end-of-life marketplace with a focus on sustainability.
Team Leader: Anjali Kanthilal, Iovine and Young Academy
A hyper-localized matching platform that notifies users when they walk into a room with someone that shares a core background or interest.
Team Leader: Daniel Hanasab, Marshall School of Business
Recordless is a sandbox for the future of music. It contains a music format and marketplace, with the goal of providing interactive music to users.
Team Leader: Roshni Lulla, Dornsife College of Letters, Arts & Sciences
An online marketplace connecting surplus food from local restaurants to deal-loving college students at discounted prices.
Team Leader: Dea Kurti, Viterbi School of Engineering
An innovative solution for auditory training of hard of hearing children with proprietary hardware and exiting game modules.
Team Leader: Juri Hwang, School of Cinematic Arts
Sting No More
A device to reduce needlestick pain during injection procedures for pediatric patients to improve their experience and encourage compliance.
Team Leader: Christopher Kamadinata, Viterbi School of Engineering
An app that uses microlocation devices and AI to facilitate the interaction of visual impaired people in physical environments.
Team Leader: João Pedro Novochadlo, Marshall School of Business
An innovative, efficient, pain-free moisture barrier medical device that offers cancer patients with a central venous catheter, a more comfortable, infection-proof shower experience.
Team Leader: Farbod Amirghasemi, Viterbi School of Engineering