The Keller Center in conjunction with Princeton's Office of Technology Licensing, are pleased to announce the 11th Annual Innovation Forum. The purpose of this signature event is to showcase Princeton research that offers the potential to be commercialized. The forum consists of a competition piece in which participants are asked to present their research in a 3 minute “elevator pitch” presentation to a panel of judges followed by a 2 minute Q&A session. Audience members will include angel investors, venture capitalists, students, faculty, staff, and members of the Princeton area entrepreneurial community. Prize money totaling $30K will be awarded to the top three entries. The competition will be followed by a keynote, demo stations and reception allowing for community building and networking.
3:00-4:15pm FORUM PRESENTATIONS
4:15-5:00pm DEMO STATION RECEPTION
5:15--5:45pm KEY NOTE: Gordon Ritter '86, Emergence Capital Partners.
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5:45-6:00pm AWARDS CEREMONY
Princeton's Keller Center focuses on bridging technology and society through innovation, leadership, entrepreneurship and design thinking. Providing both undergraduate and graduate students with a broad range of interdisciplinary courses and co-curricular activities, the Keller Center aims to educate leaders for a technology-driven society.
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