Tech Venture Workshop Application - Spring '21
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and led by the team at the NYU Entrepreneurial Institute, the Tech Venture Workshop is a three half-day program where faculty entrepreneurs and their PhD/postdoc teams learn to test the commercial potential of their research directly with customers and partners. Participating teams receive grant funding from the National Science Foundation, mentorship, and workshops on selecting the right market, customer segment, IP and more.
Teams who successfully complete all three days of the workshop will receive NSF-lineage on their venture, making them eligible to apply for NSF I-Corps as well as other grants and accelerator programs through NYU, where they can receive up to $50,000 in further funding.
Select teams who make a compelling case in their short application below will be invited to participate in a three half-day startup workshop for deep/frontier/bio tech technologies and teams. The workshop is open to current NYU faculty, PhD students/candidates, postdocs, researchers and their collaborators/co-founders, who are working on innovative technologies and ventures in fields such as biotech/life sciences, artificial intelligence, AR/VR, robotics, blockchain, material science, photonics, electronics, energy and quantum computing.
The first Workshop in Spring '21 will take place over three consecutive Fridays (and you must attend ALL three days):
February 12, 9am-2pm EST
December 19, 9am-2pm EST
December 26, 9am-2pm EST
Workshop applications are due Monday, February 1st. You will be notified of your acceptance to the Workshop by Wednesday, February 3rd. NB: If you submit your application before February 1st, you may be notified of your selection earlier as well! If you have questions about the program or application please email:
What is your Team/Venture Name? (If you don't have one, just make one up. You can change it later)
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