2018 Engineering Pitch Competition Hosted by Nebraska's College of Engineering, NUtech Ventures and the Center for Entrepreneurship

Carl Nelson, professor of mechanical and materials engineering, presents WaterWarrior Alert, a pool alarm product.
RJ Haskin, an undergraduate engineering student, shares his EZ Dip oil dipstick with the judges.
Fariba Aghabaglou, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, pitches SmartFlex: a smart bandage system.
Jacob Quint, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, presents BDU LIMB: a biometric medication dispenser that controls the release of medications.
Azadeh Mostafavi, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, presents Pen Bone, a device with potential to fix bone defects.
Dominic Nguyen, undergraduate chemical engineering student, pitches Yumarro: a web-based platform that helps customers decide where to eat.
Katie O'Neil and Andy Mason present Automobl, a software application that streamlines car show registration and judging.
Tom Shaffer pitches Splable, a patented spiral notebook label that helps students stay organized.
Pitch competition judges, from left: Chuck Waterson, assistant professor of practice in business management; Vern Powers, Nebraska business owner and investor; and Ben Williamson, attorney and lead investor at Invest Nebraska.
NUtech's Zane Gernhart and Mauricio Suarez announce the winners of the 2018 Engineering Pitch Competition.
Graduate and faculty category winners (clockwise from top): Fariba Aghabaglou, first place; Jacob Quint, second place; and Azadeh Mostafavi, third place.
Undergraduate category winners (from left): Dominic Nguyen, first place; Katie O'Neil and Andy Mason, second place. Not pictured: RJ Haskin, third place.
Faculty and graduate student participants.
Undergraduate participants. Not pictured: RJ Haskin.

Nebraska College of Engineering | NUtech Ventures | Center for Entrepreneurship

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