Saiba quem são os cientistas empreendedores na próxima turma do programa AIT, que está em sua sexta edição
O programa Academia-Industry Training (AIT) é uma oportunidade única para pesquisadores e empreendedores e é realizado pela swissnex Brazil, em colaboração com a Universidade de St.Gallen (CLS HSG), o Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq) e o Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia, Inovações e Comunicações (MCTIC).
O AIT é um programa que visa auxiliar pesquisadores-empreendedores da Suíça e do Brasil no desenvolvimento de seus projetos e estudos para o mercado e a indústria. O Training Camp oferece oportunidades para os candidatos traçarem estratégias concretas através de workshops de plano de negócios, acesso ao mercado, técnicas de financiamento e aulas de pitching, bem como proporcionar conhecimento das possibilidades do mercado brasileiro e suíço. O programa consiste em uma semana de treinamento no Brasil (novembro de 2019) e outra na Suíça (abril de 2020), com atividades de imersão nos ambientes de inovação e empreendedorismo de ambos os países.
Alexandre dos Santos (The ForestEye / Federal Institute of Mato Grosso – IFMT )
ForestEye platform combines artificial intelligence (AI) and remote sensing technologies to help companies in forest health monitoring.
Andre Nobrega Pitaluga (Mýkites / Fiocruz – Federal University of Santa Catarina – UFSC)
Bio-prospection enterprise that uses high-throughput and target-specific fungal isolation process to offers custom solutions for biological control market.
Antônio Milton Vieira Gomes (Safe and suitanable production of Hyaluronic Acid / University of Brasília – UnB)
Genetic modified yeasts for sustainable production of cosmetics and food ingredients
Bruna Manzini (Biopatch / University of Campinas – UNICAMP)
This technology is a resorbable biopatch loaded with stem cells, for surgical applications such as tumor resection, aiming the replacement of the removed area through a single implant surgery and the regeneration of the damaged tissue into its normal morphology, fisiology and functionality.
Caio Guimarães (beone / University of Pernambuco – UPE)
We developed a novel, low-cost, noninvasive, rapid and highly effective treatment for diabetic foot ulcers and hard to heal wounds using photobiomodulation.
Diego Stone (Tektun / University of Brasília – UnB / University of Nottingham)
Tektun is the elegant solution to the present and future of agriculture: nanotechnology applied to pest biological management.
Julio Massignan (E2C energy to cloud / University of São Paulo – USP)
Harvesting the power of data for reliable, sustainable and smart energy systems.
Marina Alvarenga (Omics Biotecnologia / São Paulo State University – Unesp)
Cell therapy and stem cell derived products for veterinary medicine, recovering movements and improving quality of life.
Nathalia Moraes do Nascimento (OrientaMED / Pontifical Catholic University)
OrientaMED goal is to save lives by the breath, developing a smart and portable device to facilitate screening chronic diseases by means of a breathalyzer test.
Polyana Tizioto (NGS Genomic Solutions / Technology Incubator – ESALQTec / University of São Paulo – USP)
Personalized genomic and artificial intelligence solutions to improve animal health, welfare, and the quality and safety of milk.
Loulia Kasem & Erick Garcia (REA / École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne – EPFL)
The first non-invasive test for pregnant women to diagnose a risk of preterm birth whenever and wherever they want.
Nikolas Molyndris (decentriq / University of St. Gallen – HSG)
decentriq enables companies to do analytics on sensitive data without breaching any privacy.
Simon Breitler (EraCal Therapeutics / University of Zürich – UZH & Harvard University)
EraCal Therapeutics, a start-up of the University of Zurich and Harvard University, is working on overcoming the metabolic syndrome by bringing their new anti-obesity drug to patients worldwide.
Samantha Lynn Anderson (DePoly / École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne – EPFL)
We chemically recycle PET plastic back to its main chemical components.
Raffael Wohlgensinger (Legendairy Foods / University of St. Gallen – HSG)
Legendairy Foods leverages new approaches in biotechnology and food science to produce real milk products without cows to improve the sustainability of our food system.
Hana Samet (Nebulo Systems / École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne – EPFL)
Nebulo Systems’ aim is to revolutionize the home security system, by bringing the super effective fog technology to the masses.
Sebastian Loy (Nanoglue / ETH Zürich & Empa St.Gallen)
In a world where every 10th skin transplant fails and deadly superbug infections are becoming the norm, we harness cutting-edge nanotechnology to ensure skin transplant survival for millions of patients worldwide.
Pascal Bieri (Planted / University of St. Gallen – HSG)
Planted creates tasty ‘meat’ directly and only from plants – and skips the animal in its process. Our plant-based meat is all-natural, sustainable, high in protein, healthy and cruelty-free.
Gaurasundar Marc Conley (Annaida Technologies / École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne – EPFL)
Annaida develops high tech solutions to tackle the problem of low success rates in In Vitro Fertilization.
Daniel Ostojic (Oxyprem / University of Zürich – UZH)
Oxyprem is uncovering brain oxygenation in high-risk patients to reduce morbidity and mortality.