Tin AlleyTin Alley betabeta TMTM
WelcomeWelcome
AgendaAgenda
PartnersPartners
What is Tin AlleyWhat is Tin Alley
beta™ ?beta™ ?
ObjectivesObjectives
Program DesignProgram...
PartnersPartners
UoMUoM: Simon Milton Chris Leckie (NICTA) Tim Miller Frank Vetere: Simon Milton Chris Leckie (NICTA) Tim ...
Why Tin AlleyWhy Tin Alley BETABETA
Promote techPromote tech
entrepreneurship asentrepreneurship as
career pathwaycareer p...
Tin AlleyTin Alley BETABETA
IT startup companyIT startup company
paid, summerpaid, summer
internship programinternship pro...
Screen, identify, matchScreen, identify, match
successful startups andsuccessful startups and
studentsstudents
Selection panelSelection panel
Miguel Wood (chair)Miguel Wood (chair)
Catherine CurryCatherine Curry
Dave SlutzkinDave Slu...
Phase 1 -Phase 1 -
startupstartup
selectionselection
One application perOne application per
companycompany
Criteria:Criter...
Phase 2 - Pitch toPhase 2 - Pitch to
studentsstudents5 startups deliver 3-5 startups deliver 3-
minute pitch at aminute pi...
pre-Phasepre-Phase
3 -3 -
studentstudent
selectionselection
One application perOne application per
studentstudent
Criteria...
Phase 3 - startupPhase 3 - startup
interviewsinterviewsTop 15 studentsTop 15 students
shortlistedshortlisted
Panel: panel ...
Key datesKey datesStartup applicationsStartup applications
August 28 – onlineAugust 28 – online
http://blog.getviable.com/...
QuestionsQuestions
CIS fociCIS foci
Business Information SystemsBusiness Information Systems
Geospatial engineeringGeospatial engineering
Int...
BusinessBusiness TechnicalTechnical EngineeringEngineering
M. ISM. IS M. ITM. IT M. E (Software)M. E (Software)
Graduate - largely technical backgroundsGraduate - largely technical backgrounds
M. Eng (Software) = 75M. Eng (Software) =...
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  1. 1. Tin AlleyTin Alley betabeta TMTM WelcomeWelcome
  2. 2. AgendaAgenda PartnersPartners What is Tin AlleyWhat is Tin Alley beta™ ?beta™ ? ObjectivesObjectives Program DesignProgram Design ProcessProcess Key datesKey dates
  3. 3. PartnersPartners UoMUoM: Simon Milton Chris Leckie (NICTA) Tim Miller Frank Vetere: Simon Milton Chris Leckie (NICTA) Tim Miller Frank Vetere
  4. 4. Why Tin AlleyWhy Tin Alley BETABETA Promote techPromote tech entrepreneurship asentrepreneurship as career pathwaycareer pathway Feed Local ITFeed Local IT startup communitystartup community Increase number ofIncrease number of quality applicants toquality applicants to the Melbournethe Melbourne AcceleratorAccelerator ProgramProgram
  5. 5. Tin AlleyTin Alley BETABETA IT startup companyIT startup company paid, summerpaid, summer internship programinternship program [ Dec ’13 - Feb ’14 ][ Dec ’13 - Feb ’14 ] Ugrad, Pgrad,Ugrad, Pgrad, Researchers, andResearchers, and alumni of CISalumni of CIS 5 start-up positions5 start-up positions CompetitiveCompetitive selectionselection
  6. 6. Screen, identify, matchScreen, identify, match successful startups andsuccessful startups and studentsstudents
  7. 7. Selection panelSelection panel Miguel Wood (chair)Miguel Wood (chair) Catherine CurryCatherine Curry Dave SlutzkinDave Slutzkin Didier ElzingaDidier Elzinga Chee FoongChee Foong
  8. 8. Phase 1 -Phase 1 - startupstartup selectionselection One application perOne application per companycompany Criteria:Criteria: IT startup (20%)IT startup (20%) Melbourne basedMelbourne based registered Australianregistered Australian company (10%)company (10%) Revenue positive orRevenue positive or raised capital (15%)raised capital (15%) Demonstrated needDemonstrated need (25%)(25%) Defined role or project forDefined role or project for the intern (30%)the intern (30%)
  9. 9. Phase 2 - Pitch toPhase 2 - Pitch to studentsstudents5 startups deliver 3-5 startups deliver 3- minute pitch at aminute pitch at a student informationstudent information nightnight Students rankStudents rank companies (1 to 5)companies (1 to 5) and submitand submit applicationapplication Ranking determinesRanking determines student buy-instudent buy-in But how areBut how are students chosen???students chosen???
  10. 10. pre-Phasepre-Phase 3 -3 - studentstudent selectionselection One application perOne application per studentstudent Criteria:Criteria: Shipped code: openShipped code: open source / publicly availablesource / publicly available (20%)(20%) Demonstrated externalDemonstrated external designer / developerdesigner / developer training (30%)training (30%) Ability to workAbility to work independently or part of aindependently or part of a team (10%)team (10%) Ability to articulate designAbility to articulate design / code excellence (30%)/ code excellence (30%) Academic performanceAcademic performance
  11. 11. Phase 3 - startupPhase 3 - startup interviewsinterviewsTop 15 studentsTop 15 students shortlistedshortlisted Panel: panel + 1Panel: panel + 1 startup companystartup company reprep One panel perOne panel per startupstartup 3 students3 students interviewedinterviewed 1 successful intern1 successful intern to work with startupto work with startup
  12. 12. Key datesKey datesStartup applicationsStartup applications August 28 – onlineAugust 28 – online http://blog.getviable.com/http://blog.getviable.com/ tac/tac/ Startups notifiedStartups notified August 30August 30 Student pitch/info sessionStudent pitch/info session September 3September 3 InterviewsInterviews September 20September 20 Internships announcedInternships announced September 25September 25
  13. 13. QuestionsQuestions
  14. 14. CIS fociCIS foci Business Information SystemsBusiness Information Systems Geospatial engineeringGeospatial engineering Interaction DesignInteraction Design Distributed and Cloud ComputingDistributed and Cloud Computing Knowledge DiscoveryKnowledge Discovery Computational Bioinformatics and HealthComputational Bioinformatics and Health Information SystemsInformation Systems Optimization and Programming LanguagesOptimization and Programming Languages Complex and Intelligent SystemsComplex and Intelligent Systems
  15. 15. BusinessBusiness TechnicalTechnical EngineeringEngineering M. ISM. IS M. ITM. IT M. E (Software)M. E (Software)
  16. 16. Graduate - largely technical backgroundsGraduate - largely technical backgrounds M. Eng (Software) = 75M. Eng (Software) = 75 M. IT = 140M. IT = 140 M. IS = 356 - 60% have a technical backgroundM. IS = 356 - 60% have a technical background M. Sc (Computer Science) = 46M. Sc (Computer Science) = 46 [research track][research track] Ugrad B. Sc.Ugrad B. Sc. Computer and Software SystemsComputer and Software Systems && Informatics (approx. 120 students)Informatics (approx. 120 students) Our studentsOur students

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