Cornell Engineering’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program partners experienced entrepreneurs with faculty, postdocs, and PhD students who are interested in learning more about commercialize and entrepreneurship. The aim is to help interested faculty, post-docs, and PhDs learn to assess commercial potential of new technology, learn how to build business models and plans, launch, grow, and connect to existing entrepreneurial resources at Cornell and in the region.
The Entrepreneurs in Residence are experienced entrepreneurs familiar with the local ecosystem and commercialization programs available to Cornell Engineering students, post-doc and faculty. They can serve as a key point of contact to these programs.
To learn more about any of these Entrepreneurs-in-Residence, visit this Southern Tier Startup Alliance page.
- Applied Physics (Brian Bauer – email@example.com)
- Biomedical Engineering – (Brandon Wright – firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Chemical and Biological Engineering (Brian Bauer – email@example.com)
- Civil Engineering (Brandon Wright – firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (Elisa Miller-Out – email@example.com)
- Electrical and Computer Engineering (Ken Rother – firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Materials Science and Engineering (Nate Cook – email@example.com)
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (Brad Treat – firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Operations Research and Information Engineering (Nate Cook – email@example.com)