On September 5 the CMU Portugal Program organised an Entrepreneurial Research Initiatives (ERI) workshop, to provide an opportunity for the ERIs to get to know each other, and identify areas of collaboration; to brief the ERIs on topics related to Technology Transfer, emphasizing issues specific to international collaborations.
M-ITI attended the event, where progress made on Augmented Human Assistance (AHA) was presented. The project is being carried out in the NeuroRehabLab with 5 other partners, M-ITI's focus being Serious Gaming for health and well being applications.
More on the project: http://neurorehabilitation.m-iti.org/…/aha-augmented-human…/
A key guest was Tara Branstad, the Associate Director of CMU's Center for Technology Transfer and Enterprise Creation (CTTEC).
The event took place at the Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics.