Innovation teams: commercializing science"ensinar aos estudanteso processo de comercializaçãode ciência e tecnologia,focando em como julgar opotencial de comercializaçãode cada tecnologia."
ProfessoresLuis Perez BrevaProfessor de Inovação e PesquisadorEscola de Engenharia MITNoubar AfeyanProfessor na Sloan School of Management - MITManaging Partner and CEO of Flagship Ventures
"mente e mãos"i-Teamers:- MetadeEstudantes de MBA- MetadeEstudantes PhDsAlunos
1. Pesquisadores do MIT apresentam seus projetos2. Cada aluno lista os projetos preferidos3. Formação de times com base na lista de preferência1 time = 1 projetoFormação dos times
Projeto preferido"Tumor ablationprobe" - lung cancer
CaseCânula rígidaAgulha curvaflexívelProtótipo do projeto
Conor Walsch - nosso PI● Assistant Professor ofMechanical andBiomedical Engineering atHarvard● Core Faculty Member, WyssInstitute of BiologicallyInspired Engineering atHarvard
Nosso i-TeamElena HelmanPhD Health Sciences and Technology - Harvard e MITLauren LionsMaster in Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy SchoolLamees Hamada*MBA at Sloan School of Management - MITLucas NóbregaUniversity of São Paulo Medical School
Steve Kelly - nosso catalyst● Presidente e Chief OperatingOfficer at Myomo
Objetivo aofinal do semestreRecomendação:- start-up- licenciamento- parceria- mais pesquisa- "engavetar"Não um business-plan mas um "assessment" datecnologia.
Estrutura do curso- 4 horas-aula semanais- 3 meses de aula (Set/07 a Dez/07)- Apresentação meio do semestre-Trabalhos quinzenais- Apresentação final do semestre
Na quarta semana de aula......nossa MBA deixa o time"Hey Team,Trying to figure out my schedule and making time forclasses, I realized I absolutely over-committed thissemester, so I have to drop i-Teams.Good luck with the rest of the semester!Lamees "
Innovation teams"teachstudents the process ofscience and technologycommercializationfocusing on how to judge a technology’scommercial potential."
Stata CenterThe Ray and Maria Stata Center (pronounced /steɪtə/ STAY-ta) or Building 32 is a720,000-square-foot (67,000 m2) academic complex designed by Pritzker Prize-winningarchitect Frank Gehry for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The buildingopened for initial occupancy on March 16, 2004. It sits on the site of MITs former Building20, which housed the historic Radiation Laboratory, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Contained within the building are the Computer Science and Artificial IntelligenceLaboratory, the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems, as well as theDepartment of Linguistics and Philosophy. Academic celebrities such as Noam ChomskyandRon Rivest have offices there. World Wide Web Consortium founder Tim Berners-Leeand free software movement founder Richard Stallman also have offices within.Several MIT classes, including many taught by the computer science and electricalengineering department (Course VI) are held inside. The Forbes Family Café is alsolocated in the Stata Center, serving coffee and lunch to the public.In contrast to the trend at MIT of referring to buildings by their numbers rather than theirofficial names, the complex is usually referred to as "Stata", or "the Stata Center". Thetwo towers are often called "G Tower" and "D tower".