Posts Tagged: Hatchery Demo Day

EngSci entrepreneurs advance to next stage at U of T Engineering’s Hatchery Demo Day 2022

Members of the four selected teams at the Hatchery’s Demo Day 2022 stand together at the Visualization Facility in the Myhal Centre. (Photo: Aaron Demeter)

 

EngSci students were among successful competitors at the Entrepreneurship Hatchery’s recent Demo Day 2022.  The team of Aidan Dempster, Mustafa Khan (both Year 3 EngSci ) and Ankit Batra (University of Waterloo) were one of four selected to move on to the Hatchery’s Go-To-Market stage.  The event also launched the Hatchery’s new Build a Team tool, which matches individuals and startups based on skills and interests.

Dempster, Khan, and Batra developed MoveMatch, a platform for advanced motion analysis for use in at-home physiotherapy.

Read the full story in the U of T Engineering News.


ParkinSense: EngSci alumnus helps design award-winning medical monitoring system

ParkinSense is a medical monitoring system that uses wearables to provide detailed, real-time data on the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. It can be used to objectively determine the effectiveness of treatment. (Image courtesy of ParkinSense)

 

EngSci alumnus Christopher Lucasius (1T7 PEY, ECE PhD candidate) and his colleagues are among the five winning teams from Hatchery Demo Day 2021 that will share $80,000 in seed funding.

They have designed a system called ParkinSense that can provide real-time information about tremors in people living with Parkinson’s disease to their physicians.  The system can expedite treatment and track its effectiveness.

Read the full story and watch their video in the U of T Engineering News.


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