I2P Media 2005

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First Place - The Micro Dynamo

Presentation :: Questions and Answers

Third Place - ImmunoTrain Technologies

Presentation :: Questions and Answers

Fourth Place - Automated M-FISH Karyotyping

Presentation :: Questions and Answers

Fifth Place - Instrument to Detect Rheumatoid Arthritis

Presentation :: Questions and Answers

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2005 Competition Archives

2005 I2P UT Austin Award Winners

Finalists

First Place

Product

The Micro Dynamo

Team Members

Thomas D. Pate (Mechanical Engineering),
Moss Shimek (Mechanical Engineering)

This is an ultra-compact human-powered battery charger capable of recharging cell phones, digital cameras, and providing energy to soldiers in the field with a simple cranking or pulling motion. The Micro Dynamo is capable of rapidly capturing human energy that continues to recharge your batteries long after one stops cranking or pulling. The MicroDynamo fits into the palm of a hand, snaps to the back of a cell phone, and can easily be adapted to be powered by biking, walking, or with the extension of an arm.

Read more: 2005 I2P UT Austin Award Winners

2005 I2P UT Austin Judges

Finals

  • Aaron Philipp - Founder and CEO of Affect Consulting.
  • Eric Schieck - Co-Founder of the UT Idea to Product® Competition.
  • Dr. J. Moore - Chair of the Department of Computer Sciences, University of Texas at Austin.
  • Dr. John Butler - Director of the IC2 Institute, University of Texas at Austin. 
  • Michael Davis - Partner in the Intellectual Property and Technology Transactions Practice Group at Haynes and Boone.
  • Rob Adams - Founder and Managing Director of Tejas Venture Partners.

    Read more: 2005 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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