Calling 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!

The Tech Exploration Lab (TEL) is excited to offer students a “neutral space” to explore new use cases with emerging or existing technologies, leveraging the TEL resources and staff to guide exploration and offer assistance. 

TELL YOUR OWN STORY

This spring, there are opportunities for students to pursue personal interests, with additional resources and the option to connect with industry mentors.

Possibilities include:

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

WORK INDIVIDUALLY

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.

On April 22 students can participate in the Spring Innovation and Technology Showcase! Come to this event to learn how the Hyper Innovation Tech Exploration Lab enables university collaboration around applications for emerging tech such as AI, IoT, AR and VR, and how these applications are applied to digital health and virtual learning and training.

DESCRIBE THE PROBLEM
PROVIDE BACKGROUND & RESEARCH
DESCRIBE EXPERIMENT
SHARE KNOWLEDGE
IDENTIFY EXPANSION OPPORTUNITIES, USE CASES, RECOMMENDED DATA FLOWS
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