Apply for the ASU Innovation Open and get up to $100k in funding! Submit your five-minute pitch video by October 31
Calling all entrepreneurs! The best collegiate student-led tech startups are encouraged to apply for the ASU Innovation Open!
- $100k cash — IoT prize sponsored by Avnet
- $100k cash — Climate Change prize sponsored by Breakthrough Energy Ventures (Bill Gates led fund)
- $25k cash — Technology for Social Equity Prize sponsored by Zero Mass Water
- $25k cash — Sensor prize sponsored by ON Semiconductor
- $25k cash — Hardware Engineering prize sponsored by SilSync
- $25k cash — Autonomous Vehicle prize sponsored by State Farm
The semi-finalist and finalist ventures will be invited to compete at Sun Devil Stadium on January 31, 2020.
This is a fun opportunity to apply your robotics and AI skills in a fast-paced environment with peers (and future colleagues!) all across Arizona. This technology is being used across all industries and these skills are valuable to you.
Sri Hari Jayakumar, Sheran Dass and Akshay Kumar Dileep, three Fulton Schools graduate students and friends from Chennai, India, took inspiration from their own college application experience to win an award in their first U.S. hackathon competition — Sunhacks 2019, hosted at ASU in September.
Develop a solution to an autonomous driving challenge and win a $5,000 scholarship — enter by December 6
October is National Cybersecurity Month, and ASU wants to celebrate with a student video contest! ASU’s University Technology Office is sponsoring a video contest. Join for some great prizes.
Students with the best videos can win up to $250 in gift cards!Submit your video today to email@example.com!
ASU Student and Faculty Innovators: How might voice technologies, such as Alexa, reduce friction points within your area of research or among people’s daily lives at work, play, or at home?
Apply to ASU Venture Devils and transform your idea into reality!
ASU Venture Devils aims to catalyze the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with venture mentors who provide dedicated startup support. Accepted founders also receive direct access to ASU seed funding opportunities, training and development offerings and venture development spaces.
Helios Rocketry is the official ASU team competing to win the Base11 Space Challenge — a $1 million dollar competition for the first student-led team that designs, builds and launches a liquid-propelled, single-stage rocket to an altitude of 100 km.