2012 Competition Archives
2012 UT Award Winners
Marvin Selig Finalists
Chris Slaughter, Jason Metcalfe, Dustin Hopper, Albert Rondan, Nick Shelton, Jeffrey Mahler
|The team is developing a software system for high-speed image processing and computer vision. Lynx labs system combines multiple images obtained from a single moving camera to produce 3D models of arbitrary environments. Their product is a hardware solution combining an embedded processing system on a chip (SoC), the software, and a low cost camera to enable live dense 3D mapping.|
2012 I2P UT Austin Judges
Marvin Selig Finals Judges
Pete Selig is an angel investor in bioscience and technology companies and an active entrepreneur in real estate and restaurant businesses.
Bill Hulsey of HULSEY, P.C., Intellectual Property Lawyers (HULSEYIP) applies a highly developed specialty and experience in a broad span of technical fields. HULSEYIP takes great pride in serving emerging growth companies competing in global markets with products and services relating to energy, life sciences, electronics, environmental, software, and aerospace technologies.
Norman Kaderlan, Ph.D., is an internationally known and respected management advisor, teacher and writer. He is President of Technology Innovation Group, Inc., which he co-founded in 2002, an international organization that assists clients in transforming knowledge into wealth using science and technology as drivers of economic development.
Jennifer Parks specializes in early-stage technology commercialization assessment, creation of marketing narratives based on technical concepts, and in-depth literature reviews and competitive assessments. Jennifer founded Redshift Inventive.
Ms. Jerri L. Paul is currently Global Operations, Strategic Initiatives Principal Engineer at Dell. She has worked in product and business strategy for more than 15 years consulting with entrepreneurs, investors, non-profits and companies on technology adoption and business strategy. Ms. Paul worked in Technology Governance & Strategy at Dell Inc. in the office of the CTO for Services Product Group.
Rene José Rodrigues Fernandes is the Senior Project Director for the Centre for Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation (FGVcenn) at Fundação Getulio Vargas. He is also a lecturer on entrepreneurship and Commercial Director for the newspaper Jornal Integração.
Skip Porter, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Innovation and Science Enterprise, College of Natural Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin CNS