Calling all undergraduate and graduate students from ALL MAJORS!
For the opportunity to engage in hands-on experience with new use cases for emerging technologies and opportunities to build skills, make industry connections, connect to other students with similar interests, and explore use cases in diverse industries.
Choose Your Own Adventure!
Tell Your Own Story
Explore applications for emerging technologies.
Define new use cases for existing technologies.
Work on your own entrepreneurial idea.
Join a team and collaborate on exploration or creation.
Explore a new use case for an emerging technology or a new application for an existing technology, or a personal idea.
JOIN AN EXISTING TEAM
Work with an existing group of students on a project surrounding a new use case for an emerging technology or a new application for an existing technology.
CREATE A TEAM
Coordinate with other multidisciplinary students to create a new use case for an emerging technology or a new application for an existing technology, or a personal idea.
FIND NEW TEAM MEMBERS
Connect with fresh talent to enhance an existing team centered around a project of your interest.
Check Out Our Past Projects
Spring 2020: Clairvo Team
Michael Gira,UW-Madison Freshman, Computer Science
Jack Cai, Freshman, Computer Engineering
Matthew Kruepke, Freshman, Business
Ben Chui, Freshman, Chemical Engineering
Spring 2020: Clairvo Project
Lost and Google Maps doesn’t seem to do the trick? With a new take on literally walking you through how to get somewhere, students at UW Madison are in the works of developing an Augmented Reality Navigation platform. This is a new form of technology in which individuals learn how to use AR more effectively as they are directed to various locations indoors.
Fall 2020: Dairy Project
Seven teams participated in a Dairy Innovation Challenge sponsored by the Dairy Innovation Hub at Uw-Madison in Fall 2020. Students from Uw-Madison and UW-River Falls competed for $11,000 in cash prizes. The winning teams created projects focused on improving the shelf life of dairy products, increasing awareness for milk consumption, and creating sustainable business practices for the dairy industry. All the projects introduced emerging technologies as part of their proposed solutions.
Spring 2021: Petra Team
Thor Larson, Senior, College of Engineering
Jan Wodnicki, Junior, College of Engineering
Spring 2021: Petra Project
Petra is looking to combat diabetes, as it has become an international epidemic. Their diagnostic system predicts ulcers in the feet of diabetes patients before breaking through the skin and prioritizes high-risk patients and early intervention, while maintaining a cost 10X lower than existing solutions. Through their technology, Petra can create a new diagnostic modality to transform current standard of care and an opportunity to alleviate enormous financial burden and patient suffering.