Lobo Rainforest I-Corps Application
Thank you for your interest in I-Corps! Use this application to apply to the Spring 2019 UNM Lobo Rainforest NSF I-Corps Site Program. The application deadline will be in February 5, 2019. In completing this application, you attest that you are committed to completing approximately 10 weeks of I-Corps site meetings and training that will occur in the Spring 2019 semester on Mondays, February 25 to April 25, 2019 4pm-5:30pm. If you have any questions about the program or application, please reach out to Cara Michaliszyn, STC.UNM at cmichaliszyn@stc.unm.edu.
Email address *
Team Information
Team/Company Name *
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Academic Lead (AL)
The academic lead is typically a UNM faculty, staff member, principal investigator or an advisor to a student-led project. They typically serve as the technical lead and overall project manager, who deeply understands the science and limitations of the technology. Please note if you need an AL.
AL Name
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AL Email
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AL Background and UNM Department
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Entrepreneurial Lead
The entrepreneurial lead (EL) is a UNM student and will lead the "field work" for the project by conducting the market discovery interviews. The EL is also expected to attend at least 6 of the 10 weekly meetings.
EL Name
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EL Email
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EL Phone Number
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EL Background and UNM Department
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Formed a company?
Have you formed a company? *
Idea/Technology
If the technology was developed at UNM, has an invention disclosure form been submitted to STC.UNM (the technology transfer office)?
Description of Idea/Technology *
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Commercial Potential
What is the problem your technology solves? *
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Who do you think will buy your product / service? What is your target industry? *
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Why would they choose your technology/product over another? *
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Additional
Please add any comments or questions. If you need help identifying an academic or entrepreneurial lead, please note this here as well.
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