I2P Media 2003

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First Place - Load Bearing Bone Ceramic Technology, Inc.

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Second Place - SiC2 (Silicon Carbide)

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Third Place - Betalain

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Fourth Place - ClassGrabber

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2003 Competition Archives

2003 I2P UT Award-Winners

Six teams competed in this competition. Following are details on all of the entries.

First Place
Imperial College London

Product

Inhalit

Team Members

Vanh Dang,
Rachel Hames,
Donna Winderbank-Scot

Advisor

Dr. Tim Meldrum

A new asthma monitoring and treatment device, which works with existing inhalers to revolutionise the future of asthma care.

Read more: 2003 I2P UT Award-Winners

2003 I2P® UT Austin Judges

Finals
  • Randy Charbeneau –Associate Dean for Research & Jewel McAlister Smith Professor, College of Engineering, University of Texas at Austin. At The University of Texas at Austin, he has taught and conducted research in the Environmental and Water Resources (EWRE) program within the Department of Civil Engineering.
  • John Hime – John was the early marketing executive in four remarkable high tech success stories: Tivoli Systems, MIPS Computer Systems, Frame Technology and Sun Microsystems. He is recognized as an Austin "super-angel", having invested and joined the boards or advisory boards of over 30 early-stage technology companies.
  • Mark Melliar-Smith – Venture Partner, Austin Ventures. Prior to joining Austin Ventures in January 2002, Mark was the President and CEO of SEMATECH from 1997 to 2001 and before that the Chief Technical Officer for Lucent Technologies Microelectronics, the forerunner of Agere Systems, from 1990 through 1996.
  • J. Moore – Admiral B.R. Inman Centennial Chair in Computing Theory and Chair of the Computer Sciences Department, College of Natural Sciences. Dr. Moore is founder and member of Board of Directors of Computational Logic, Inc.
  • Carol Williams - In 1995 with $10,000 in personal savings and 14+ years’ industry experience, she launched Trendsetter Electronics, LLC. In September of 2002 –Trendsetter was recognized by the Austin Business Journal as one of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Privately held Companies in Austin.

Read more: 2003 I2P® UT Austin Judges

Hosts

GAIN echnology Entrepreneurship Society
CEO Texas 3 Day Startup

Partners

NSF NCIIA

Selig Fund in Entrepreneurial Studies

Roden Center of Entrepreneurship

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