I-Corps NSF Workshop Series

Monday, November 9, 2020 4:00pm to 8:00pm

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Are you interested in taking your innovative idea, technology, or processes commercial?   Husky Innovate is hosting the Fall 2020 I-Corps NSF workshop series designed to help participants advance their research ideas toward additional funding or outside adoption. 

Entrepreneurially minded graduate & undergraduate students, faculty, staff, alumni and local community teams are invited to join the I-Corps Michigan Tech Site Program’s Lean Startup fall cohort.

The site program offered through Michigan Tech is structured around the lean startup teaching methods and principles used by NSF's National I-Corps ProgramThe purpose of the NSF funded I-Corps Site Program is to foster entrepreneurship that will lead to the commercialization of technology and to develop team readiness for the teams going on to the I-Corps National I-Corps program.  

Michigan Tech and affiliate institution teams who complete the five-week workshop and customer discovery process are eligible for the following opportunities:


  • $2,500 mini-grant for continued customer discovery and prototyping 

  • NSF's National I-Corps program which includes $50,000 in funding and additional training 


Participation in the workshop can lead to qualification for research and other funding from several granting agencies, including the NSF I-Corps and SBIR/STTR/PFI programs and various state and regional programs.  Past participants have reported that they saved time and money by better understanding potential applications of their technology, experienced improved engagement with teams, and improved their ability to receive add-on funding. 

Our fall cohort will meet online via zoom on the following dates:


Monday, October 12th, 4-8 PM

Monday, October 19th, 4-6 PM

Monday, November 2nd, 4-6 PM 

Monday, November 9th, 4-8 PM


Register here - https://bit.ly/I-Corps_F2020.  The zoom link will be shared on the registration form.  

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