After 10 weeks of intense preparation, Startup UCLA's Summer Accelerator teams will be showcasing their startups to Los Angeles and the surrounding community. Don't miss your chance to see UCLA entrepreneurs pitch their latest innovations.
LOCATION: Carnesale Commons, Palisades Room @ UCLA*
CHECK IN: 5:30 pm
DEMOS: 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
MIXER: 7:30 pm-8:30 pm
* Please note that the location of Startup UCLA's Summer Accelerator Demo Day 2017 is being held in a different location than previous years.
Summer Accelerator 2017 Startups
Aquaint: An app that allows content creators to easily share their social media profiles, analyze their audience, and transform their social media campaigns.
BellaNové: Helps expectant mothers stay stylish by being a closet that adapts with her pregnancy.
ClassCalc: Revolutionizing the calculator by bringing it to the smartphone and enabling its use in the classroom by eliminating the possibility of cheating during testing.
Escality: Virtual reality production studio creating immersive story-driven VR games, trade show experiences, commercials, training programs, and more.
Mechanodontics: Revolutionizing orthodontics by decreasing treatment time, pain, and the number of trips to the orthodontist by over 50%.
PulseMed: A low-cost wireless stethoscope adaptor that greatly improves audio quality and reduces risk of infection.
Rosen. Skincare: Simplifying clean skincare for the individuals that are unapologetically themselves.
SmartAg: Positioned to be the first industrial-grade hardware and software solution to provide healthcare to the 80 million honey bee hives that are responsible for 1/3 of the world's crops.
Swifte: A long distance carpool app that matches drivers with extra space with riders who want to go to the same place.
Tutorfly: A peer-to-peer tutoring platform, utilizing high school tutors in order to make tutoring more direct, effective, and affordable.
Wearable Lab: A highly flexible, lightweight, clothing-like MRI RF coil that provides better image quality and is 50% cheaper for hospitals than current rigid, bulky materials.