von Liebig Center awards $50K to Team led by Rady Student

The von Liebig Center for Entrepreneurism and Technology Advancement at the Jacobs School of Engineering has awarded $50,000 to a team led by Rady student Aron Tremble ’07. Code-named IGMA, the technology is being developed within Computer Science and Engineering at JSOE and enables semantic search and discovery of music. The IGMA team will use the grant to develop scalable commercial prototypes.

von Liebig Center grants are awarded semi-annually on a competitive basis to outstanding technologies with strong commercial potential. Selection involves a rigorous vetting process by domain experts and leaders in the entrepreneurial community. Congratulations to Aron and the IGMA team!

Nick Boyle ’07 and Craig Braun ’07 contributed this post.

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