Spotlight on IS Ph.D Student Carlos Sánchez
Inc. a technology start-up company founded by Information
Sciences Ph.D. students Carlos
and Archana Sulebele and MSIS alumni Anand Banwasi has
a two-year, $500k National Science Foundation (NSF) Small
Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant. The
objective of the proposal is to develop TradingCube™ --
a “Web-Based International Trade Knowledge Discovery
TradingCube™ will provide subscribers with dynamic analyses of world markets for baskets of goods allowing them to extract actionable information to make strategic and tactical decisions on international business.
TradingCube™ enables the functionality of a novel combination of tools including knowledge discovery, data management technologies, web technologies, international trade economics and strategic analysis. In Phase I, TradingCube Inc. demonstrated technical and commercial feasibility. In Phase II, TradingCube Inc. will refine and complete its product leading to Phase III commercialization.
year the company had received a Phase I NSF SBIR award
for $100k for the initial development of TradingCube™.