The Berkeley MEng community makes amazing things happen — for Berkeley, at all levels of society, in technical, social, and economic innovations, worldwide. We celebrate our alumni network of engineering leaders that continue to push the edges of what’s possible.
Recognitions: Time’s 25 Best Inventions of 2015, Forbes 30 under 30: Pharma & Healthcare 2015, Youngest team to receive FDA clearance for a Class II medical device
Alumni: Connor Landgraf BIOE ’14
Start Up: Eko combines the electronic stethoscope and EKG with powerful software. It is the first platform for mobile acoustic cardiac monitoring in clinic or remotely.
Recognition: Winner of Live Sharks Tank Startups Showcase (January 2016), Tech.Co Startup of the Year Innovate! Semifinalist (September 2016)
Alumni: Amanda Brief IEOR ’15
Start Up: my.Flow has created the world’s first tampon monitor (Patent Pending) to address the issues of period stigma, shame, anxiety, leakage, and risk of infection.
Recognition: Inc.’s Top 50 Young Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2015
Alumni: Anthony Sutardja EECS ’15
Start Up: Parade uses artificial Intelligence to extract business intelligence from transportation data, optimizing load fulfillment end-to-end.
Recognition: Inc.’s Top 50 Young Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2015, Forbes 30 under 30: Consumer Technology 2017
Alumni: Thibault Duchemin IEOR ’14
Start Up: Ava makes conversations between deaf/hard-of-hearing and hearing people a seamless experience, through advanced speech and mobile technologies.
Recognition: Winner of 2014 Kellogg Biotech & Healthcare Case Competition
Alumni: Jennifer Wong BIOE ’14
Start Up: This year’s case focused on a global health crisis and the team recommendations will be used by global health leaders to spark ideas and shape future efforts.
Big Ideas at Berkeley
- Benson Fan, Patrick Lyon, Ray Chiu, Yayun Chen, MEng ’14 | Glucose ENOSE developed a colorimetric sensor that could provide an inexpensive, non-invasive test for determining the level of glucose in the patient’s blood, providing a painless alternative to the finger stick testing method. First Place in Information Technology for Society.
- Luciano Colos, MEng ’14 | InversionParaTodos.com.ar is a web based educational platform that will provide a set of tools that help individuals to manage debt, savings, public benefits, investments and other money related issues more effectively. Second Place in Information Technology for Society.
- Abhimanyu Ray and Karan Patel, ME/Product Design ’15 | Visualize: Saving Lives with Training for Cervical Cancer Screening. Visualize is an organization dedicated to empowering and supporting midwives to screen for cervical cancer through thoughtful educational techniques. First Place in Global Health.
- I-Chin Wu (BioE), Sandya Iyer (BioE), and Mingle Tong (ME), MEng ‘15 | Bacteriophage-based Generators for Portable Electronics designed and developed a bacteriophage-based piezoelectric generator, a potential simple and environmentally friendly solution to clean renewable energy. The generator converts daily human activities to electricity, deviating from battery power and reducing environmental burden. Honorable Mention.
CITRIS Technology for Social Good Graduate Fellow
- Youhee Choi IEOR ’18 | Youth Empowerment Project with Critical STEAM. Building youth entrepreneurship education database with Lighthouse Community Charter School.
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