* Registration for the 2011/2012 Student Technology Innovation Challenge is now closed. Look for more information on the 2012/2013 challenge coming this Fall *
Who Can Participate:
1. All teams must consist of a least 1 part-time or full-time student (Undergraduate, Graduate, Post-doctorate) registered for the 2011/2012 year. Alternatively, students are eligible that have graduated in the year prior to the competition, from an eliglible academic institution (University of Calgary, SAIT Polytechnic or Mount Royal University)
2. Teams are encouraged to recruit members from different areas of expertise for multidisciplinary groups have proven to be the most successful.
3. Teams can be made up of a unlimited number of people, however teams can only submit one business proposal to the competition.
4. STIC business proposals must represent an innovative technology or an innovative application of technology. The proposal must represent original work by the submitting team or include a licensing agreement with the owner/inventor. Teams hoping to commercialize existing technologies should speak with the STIC program manager regarding the eligibility of these applications.
5. STIC business proposal submissions must be noval technology business opportunities and not represent an existing business venture that has previously received external funding.
6. The STIC organizing committee reserves the right to disqualify any submissions that fail to adhere to the guidelines and spirit of the STIC program.