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ASU engineering students who founded the venture Neolight

The co-founders of Neolight (from left): Sivakumar Palaniswamy, Deepak Krishnaraju, Chase Garrett and Vivek Kopparthi at TechShop, located in ASU’s Chandler Innovation Center. FSE/TEM 494-598 can help engineers and scientists commercialize their technology. Photo by Hayden Taylor/ASU

Engineers and scientists around the globe launch high-tech companies to move their ideas to the market are invited to sign up for FSE/TEM 494/598: Technology Commercialization. The course is designed specifically for engineers. Topics are approached from the perspective of the student whose primary interest is in technological innovation, whose primary concentration is engineering and students who have little or no prior business education.

Studies show that the majority of innovative products and services in the economy evolve from entrepreneurial ventures. By providing knowledge and skills important to the creation and leadership of such startups, this Technology Commercialization course aims to train the founders and leaders of tomorrow’s high-tech ventures in the domains of assumption/hypothesis-testing, customer-focused discovery processes, and business modeling, while also covering important aspects related to technological intellectual property generation, protection, and strategy.

This three-credit course taught by Brent Sebold will help you get ahead.

Watch this video and get in on the Technology Commercialization action.

FSE/TEM 494/598: Technology Commercialization
Summer 2020 Session B: Wednesday, July 1, 2020–Tuesday, August 11, 2020
iCourse with Zoom Syncs on Tuesdays, 2–4 p.m.
Register for this course: 

  • FSE 494 — SLN 48312
  • TEM 494 — SLN 48302
  • FSE 598 — SLN 48313
  • TEM 598 — SLN 48304


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