As an interdisciplinary research unit of The University of Texas at Austin, the IC² Institute has advanced the Theory and Practice of Entrepreneurial Wealth Creation. The theories and hypotheses developed at IC² are tested in life-scale through several world-recognized programs: the Austin Technology Incubator, one of the world's most prominent business incubators, the Bureau of Business Research, to provide Texas leaders with research data to strengthen the state’s economy, and the Global Commercialization Group, to catalyze emerging knowledge-based economies throughout the world. Supporting these programs is a proactive staff, the alumni of ATI, as well as a network of about 160 active Global Fellows who extend the talent reach of the institute at home and abroad. Eighteen of these are Endowed Fellows: professors at The University of Texas at Austin whose research is supplemented by the IC² Institute in order to directly support the creation of new knowledge.

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Recent Submissions

  • IC² Institute Update, Spring/Summer 2017 

    IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 2017-07)
    Spring/summer 2017 issue of the IC² Institute newsletter. Topics in this issue include: Austin Technology Incubator works with Austin Community College to establish ACC Bioscience Incubator; ATI hosts first Solar Data ...
  • Strategic Plan for Software Preeminence (Summary) 

    Austin Software Council (Austin Software CouncilIC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 1993-12)
  • The Changing Dimensions of Japanese Security Issues 

    Piper, W. Stephen (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 1999-08)
    Presentation on post-Cold War security issues and international relations in Japan. Delivered to the Japan Industry and Management of Technology Program (JIMT) at The University of Texas at Austin on August 11, 1999.
  • E-Commerce Japanese Style 

    Katoh, Masanobu (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 1999-09)
    Presentation to the Japan Industry and Management of Technology Program (JIMT) on electronic commerce in Japan, how it is different from e-commerce in the US, and the challenges that foreign companies face entering the ...
  • A Guiding Vision for Fluid Learning: The Future of Education and Training 

    Jackson, Melinda L.; Woelk, Darrell (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 2003-04)
    Position paper by the Digital Media Collaboratory (DMC) of the IC² Institute at The University of Texas at Austin. The authors envision learning systems as a ubiquitous public utility and propose an architecture to accomplish ...
  • IC² Institute Annual Report 2000-2001 

    IC² Institute (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 2001-12)
    Annual report of the IC² Institute (Innovation, Creativity, and Capital) at The University of Texas at Austin. Programs covered include: Austin Technology Incubator; Cross Border Institute for Regional Development (CBIRD); ...
  • IC² Institute Annual Report 1997-1998 

    IC² Institute (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998-12)
    Annual report of the IC² Institute (Innovation, Creativity, and Capital) at The University of Texas at Austin. Programs covered include: Agile Aerospace Manufacturing Research; Austin Multimedia Incubator; Austin Technology ...
  • Workstations in Education and Training, Phase 1 

    Baughman, Martin L.; Hudspeth, Delayne; Kendrick, David; Thore, Sten; Gajulapalli, Ravindra (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 1991-07)
    Report to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency on phase 1 of a study on workstations in education and training. The report considers the benefits of computer-assisted education and training; advances in the ...
  • Carbon Pricing and the Transition from Voluntary to Mandatory Markets 

    Otto, Jeff; Brown, Sam; Ebrahim, Tabrez; Partridge, Ian; Stautberg, Ed (Austin Technology Incubator, 2008)
    The current national and global call for a coordinated and meaningful response to climate change concerns is certain to shift the United States from several regional and voluntary carbon markets today to a global compulsory ...
  • CleanTX Analysis on Water: The Thirst for Power 

    King, Carey W.; Holman, Ashlynn S.; Webber, Michael E. (Austin Technology Incubator, 2008-05-14)
    Current technologies for power generation, with some exceptions such as wind turbines and photovoltaic solar cells, rely heavily on the availability of large amounts of water. Primarily this water is needed for cooling ...

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