San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Mechanical Engineering students at Cooper Union have been testing their ideas via the Lean LaunchPad methodology for the past 15 weeks. There are 8 teams of 3-4 students each that will demo their final MVPs (minimal viable products) as well as share the story of their Lessons Learned.
Come to Cooper Union to see the culmination of "Undergrad I-Corps" for engineering students!
Agenda (8 presentations; 15 minutes each)
1: Quickipedia App that gives users control in finding relevant and simple definitions, and enforcing understanding with visuals.
2: Jam Session Finder We are developing an app to allow musicians to find other musicians in their area to jam with
3: Syringe Switcher One-handed device to change patients’ syringes
4: The Cooper Box A subscription-based educational competition to promote interest in engineering
5: Glass Keyboard Glass Keyboard
6: Eppendorf Tube Labeler Eppendorf Tube Labeler
7: The BagHugger A rigid cap for plastic bags. The BagHugger is an invention developed by the Invention Factory at Cooper Union
8: funhAPPens An app/website that suggests events for you to go to based on your interests and schedule.