DATE AND TIME
Tue, September 19, 2017
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM PDT
Banatao Auditorium (3rd floor)
Sutardja Dai Hall
2594 Hearst Ave
Berkeley, CA 94720
CITRIS Foundry Demo Day is an opportunity for invited investors, mentors, and other friends of the Foundry community to take a first look at our graduating companies and discover what’s on the horizon for deep tech innovation.
Meet the founders, hear the stories behind the startups, and learn how they’re pushing the edges of automation, control systems, human-computer interaction, medicine, and more.
Headquartered at UC Berkeley, the CITRIS Foundry startup accelerator is for founders building deep technology companies. Our entrepreneurs are selected from top research universities and receive targeted business, prototyping, and funding resources to speed their progress from science to startup.
Fall 2017 Demo Day Presenters:
Alsen creates energy management solutions for commercial buildings based on occupancy insights. The company enables organizations with large building footprints to reduce their HVAC energy bill by 30% while increasing user comfort ratings to 80% satisfied from 25% dissatisfied.
Decyphir makes design automation tools for verification and synthesis of cyber-physical systems, with early traction in the automotive vertical for traditional automotive control systems and next-gen autonomous driving systems.
DNALite Therapeutics replaces surgeries in the gastrointestinal tract using targeted gene therapy. Their lead drug addresses a hereditary form of colorectal cancer, Familial Adenomatous Polyposis, which currently requires full colon removal at an early age for affected patients.
Elysian Labs develops robust, flexible, and wearable on-skin computing devices that make real-time communications more accessible and efficient. Their entry market and pilot tests are with first responders including military special ops personnel.
mFluiDx enables fast, low-cost diagnosis of DNA- and RNA-based infectious diseases using a novel, self-powered microfluidic chip.
Raydiant Oximetry allows clinicians to monitor key vital signs for two patients (baby and mother) simultaneously using a single, non-invasive oximetry device during childbirth.
We look forward to seeing you at this high-energy evening with the UC Berkeley startup community!