SBIR-STTR Award

AFWERX4 Academics Enhancing dual-use technology commercialization from universities through a personality traits-driven matchmaking tool for academic entrepreneurs to connect with university technologies.
Profile last edited on: 10/1/2022

Program
STTR
Agency
AF
Total Award Amount
$2,049,998
Award Phase
2
Principal Investigator
Rupak Doshi
Activity Indicator

Company Information

Omnisync Incorporated

3880 Murphy Canyon Road Suite 150
San Diego, CA 92123
   (858) 264-6546
   N/A
   www.omnisync.io
Multiple Locations:   
Congressional District:   51
County:   San Diego

Phase I

Phase I year
2021
Phase I Amount
$49,999
The proposed project is to conduct research on a personality-matching software program that will encourage an alignment of scientific, personal, and business goals between academic professors and the execution team that is spinning out the technology. Importantly, the tool will be agnostic to industry, and will allow cross-cutting matches of entrepreneurial leaders with inventions at different universities/research labs across the US. An integrative model of the entrepreneurial team formation process will be utilized to structure teams within universities based on known behavioral and compatible entrepreneurial traits, suitable for academics. Team formation will be seamlessly coupled with company formation and other small business operational tools, ultimately leading to the dual-use high-risk fundraising modules through OmniSync's TurboSBIR and TurboSTTR software platforms.

Phase II

Phase II year
2022 (last award $$: 2022)
Phase II Amount
$1,999,999
___(NOTE: Note: no official Abstract exists of this Phase II projects. Abstract is modified by idi from relevant Phase I data. The specific Phase II work statement and objectives may differ)___ The proposed project is to conduct research on a personality-matching software program that will encourage an alignment of scientific, personal, and business goals between academic professors and the execution team that is spinning out the technology. Importantly, the tool will be agnostic to industry, and will allow cross-cutting matches of entrepreneurial leaders with inventions at different universities/research labs across the US. An integrative model of the entrepreneurial team formation process will be utilized to structure teams within universities based on known behavioral and compatible entrepreneurial traits, suitable for academics. Team formation will be seamlessly coupled with company formation and other small business operational tools, ultimately leading to the dual-use high-risk fundraising modules through OmniSync's TurboSBIR and TurboSTTR software platforms.