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The $600,000 Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Sites grant annually supports 30+ undergraduate and graduate student teams with highly innovative ideas as they explore the commercial aspects of these ideas over five years. The program runs over a six-week period. Each meeting is structured to include a short lecture, time for project work, and interactions with industry mentors.

Lectures cover topics such as value proposition, customer interview training, market size, mentor/mentee effective collaborations, effective idea pitching. Overall, this award will support the efforts of the College of Engineering in promoting entrepreneurship among engineering students and strengthening the entrepreneurship ecosystem on our campus. The program is offered three times per year (fall/spring/summer) with 10 teams per cohort.

Who is Eligible?

Undergraduate and graduate engineering students pursuing ideas of their own or pursuing technologies developed by engineering faculty. While the program is targeting engineering students, students from other majors may participate by collaborating with engineering students.

How Do I Apply?

Teams interested to participate in I-Corps are required to submit a short application that will be evaluated on the following criteria:

  • The strength of the intellectual property/maturity of the technology
  • Team composition and commitment
  • Potential for commercialization

Need More Information?

Magda Lagoudas at m-lagoudas@tamu.edu or co-PI; Rodney Boehm at rodneyboehm@tamu.edu.

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