The following are the first-place finishers from all six CVC Challenges:
From the Columbia Engineering Technology Challenge: Colonai is a software company that uses artificial intelligence to help gastroenterologists efficiently screen, detect, and treat tumors during colonoscopy and wireless capsule endoscopy. It was co-founded by CEO Bina Bansinath ’20GS and Jacob Nye ’20SEAS, CTO.
From the Columbia Engineering Urban Works India Challenge: DeliverE , a tech-enabled last-mile delivery solution was co-founded by Abhirat Shinde ’21SEAS and Sarvadnya Kulkarni ’21SEAS.
From the SIPA Dean’s Public Policy Challenge: EZ Health, a telemedicine platform reducing healthcare inequality. The team was co-founded by Amanda Papir ’21SIPA, Nami Patel ’21SIPA, Etizaz Shah ’21SIPA, and Lifeng Zhang ’21SIPA.
From the Undergraduate Challenge administered by the Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs: Neutria Health, a digital health provider delivering eating disorder treatments that work, in the comfort of your own home, co-founded by Havi Nguyen ’22SEAS and Rennah Weng ’22SEAS.
From the Alliance Social Enterprise Challenge with competitors from Columbia and three French Universities – the Paris Institute of Political Studies, École Polytechnique, and the University Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne: Tēnaka, co-founded by Anne-Sophie Roux, is a social business whose mission is to help corporations willing to shift to regenerative businesses by providing carbon footprint measurement and Impact Measurement tools through data visualization
Tied for first place in the StartupColumbia Challenge: Epsom-It, co-founded by CEO Heather Binnie ’17BUS, provides natural, topical pain relief to the 100 million Americans that suffer from muscle and nerve pain, and Local Civics, founded by Beverly Leon ’14CC, ’20BUS, gamifies civic participation to amplify student engagement.