At Elisava we encourage, promote and accompany high-impact projects developed at the university through the project incubator and strategic alliances for the creation of spin-offs and startups.
Entrepeneurship and acceleration
The project incubator provides a space, networking and consulting services to promote projects emerging from both the university and the Elisava ecosystem.
We accompany a selection of potential projects in the process of obtaining patents and in their subsequent development on the market.
Smart Skin 2.0 is the PhD thesis by Dr. Jessica Fernandez, with patent P201830504, which introduces a graphene-based epidermal electronic ultrawearable device that generates and stores personal data.
High value added projects developed within the framework of Elisava and which are of interest to the market or to society are supported for their implementation, either through a spin-off or by generating a start-up.