A celebration was in order last week as all the projects from the spring 2018 concluded their business concept training with a final pitch. After a difficult deliberation from the jury in Lausanne, Geneva and Neuchâtel, winners were appointed with prizes ranging from a spot on a trip to discover Paris' start-up ecosystem to a desk and some coaching at local incubators or even 5000 CHF to set up the company.
HASHMARK by Maxime Kjaer and Mattieu Bovel, EPFL
A web service that enables you to produce, share and collaborate on rich documents. You describe your content using plain text with a few hashtags, we generate beautifully typeset output in real-time that you can view on and interact with on any device.
MyTastee by Lucile Regour, EPFL
MyTastee connects wine amateurs to a community willing to experience unique tastings while meeting new people and learning in a relaxed way.
CAPAGAIN by Alisandro Haouari, EPFL
A coffee machine which separates the different materials of used capsules, in order to enable the recycling at home
Velox Therapeutics by Patrick Goschorek
A peptide based therapeutic to treat Netherton Syndrome patients in a systemic approach, drastically improving their quality of life
Nevrasys by Sven Colette, UNIGE
Using artificial intelligence methods such as Deep Learning, we provide real-time objective-quantitative measures of medical images, which go far beyond the human eye.
HiT-MEMS by Matthias Imboden, EPFL
Micro-thermal emitters that will enable ultra-portable multi-gas sensing platforms. This will allow everyone with a smartphone to measure their real-time air quality.
MyStetho by Pierre Starkov, CSEM
A patient-friendly stethoscope powered by AI that patients can use on their own from home to detect signs of respiratory issues before it’s too late