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SPS Entrepreneurship Forum

SPS Entreneurship Forum is held each year at IEEE ICASSP conference. ICASSP 2022 is pioneering a new event, the SPS Entrepreneurship Forum. The aim of this 1-day event is to promote entrepreneurship amongst the signal processing  community, by sharing entrepreneurship journeys, discussing challenges and opportunities in translating signal processing research into commercial applications, providing a forum for pitching, and ultimately to train a new generation of signal processing entrepreneurs.

This is an event for start-up entrepreneurs in all stages including pre-seed and early stage in signal processing community to interact with start-up founders, to gain feedback on their ideas and ambitions.

Note: You can view upcoming and past Entrepreneurship Forum events on the Upcoming Events page (select "Entrepreneurship Forum" from the "Event Name" dropdown menu), and the past events can be viewed on the Past Conferences & Events page.

Entrepreneurship Forum at ICASSP 2022

Pitching Competition Teams

Team 1: Melpomeni Dimopoulou. Company: PEARCODE, France.
Team 2: Stefan Liebich. Company: Elevear, Germany.
Team 3: Mr. Sam van Bohemen. Company: Nuroflux, Australia.
Team 4: Teah Yi Zheng, Lam Jing Siang. Company: CurrentPlex, Singapore.
Team 5: Dr. Amin Hassani. Company: CONNEXOUNDS, Belgium.
Team 6: Dr. Chitralekha Gupta. Company: MuSigPro, Singapore.
>> View team details

Pitching Judges

David Burt, Clarence Tan, Dr. Maren Schweizer, Dr. Negar Ghourchian, Dr. Ladan Golshanara.
>> View judge's biographies

Pitching Competition Results

Winner: Dr. Stefan Liebich, Elevear, Germany.
Runner-up: Mr. Sam van Bohemen, Nuroflux, Australia.
>> View results details


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