Prof. Bikson directs: 2013 Kaylie Entrepreneurship Competition

-Tuesday May 21, 2012, Steinman Lecture Hall –

Please join us for a very special event at the Grove School of Engineering on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 – the 3rd Annual Kaylie Prize for Entrepreneurship at The City College of New York.   In topics ranging from using online tools to change how we wait in lines, changing paper recycling with disappearing ink, to wall-climbing robots in the subway, to innovations in medical technology, the Kaylie semi-finalist teams will compete in fast-paced presentations and physical demonstrations – culminating in the selection of a winner.

The Kaylie Prize for Entrepreneurship was established in 2010 through an endowment by alumnus Harvey Kaylie.  Mr. Kaylie is president and founder of Mini-Circuits, a Brooklyn-based RF and microwave electronic components design, manufacture, and distribution company.  The Kaylie Prize for Entrepreneurship has developed into one of the most innovative and exciting entrepreneurship mechanisms in New York City. It has facilitated rapid acceleration of commercialization of student-generated ideas. The prize is directed by Prof. Marom Bikson.

This event is an opportunity to experience an intensive one-day competition and join a network of NYC area business and engineering leaders.

 So please join us in the Steinman Lecture Hall:

3:30 pm               Opening remarks by President Coico, Mr. Kaylie and Dean Barba

3:44 pm               Introduction of teams by Prof. Marom Bikson

3:45 – 4:45 pm     Short presentations by each of the 5 teams
4:45 – 6:45 pm     Reception and judging

6:45 – 7:00 pm     Announcement of the winners by Mr. Kaylie  

Neural Engineering