Meet Our Cube Teams

H2Code is a Cube student business in the Shipley Center for Innovation

 

Members:
Mike Estes '21 - Electrical Engineering
Bryce Coughlin '22 - Business Studies
Emma Pietrzykowski

Member Since: January 2019

Overview: H2Code has created a system which provides incentives to individuals to use a reusable water bottle rather than wasting paper products. Each person who wants to use the system gets a barcode from H2Code and then simply scans the barcode every time that they save a paper cup. Every scan gives the consumer a chance to be entered in a weekly cash prize drawing. 

Polysager is a student run business in the Shipley Center for Innovation Cube program

Members:
Brian Pfeil '18, M.S. '20 - Mechanical Engineering
 

Member Since: September 2018

Overview: Polysager is an on-the-go massage tool designed with the whole body in mind. It takes the best parts of some of the market's most popular massage tools and combines them into one, all in a compact and easy-to-transport tool that helps users avoid and relieve aches and pains. 

SecureMat is a student run business in the Shipley Center for Innovation Cube program

Members:
Zach Pilarchik '22 - Engineering and Management

Member Since: January 2019

Overview: SecureMat addresses the growing package theft problem which we see today as more and more shopping is done online. Their product solves the problem using a weighted mat to detect when a package is removed and immediately notifying the homeowner via a mobile application that their package has been moved. 

StiBitz is a student run business in the Shipley Center for Innovation Cube program

Members:
Josh Gordon '21 - Computer Science and Mathematics
Justin Opini '19 - Computer Science

Member Since: September 2018

Overview: StiBitz is working to develop the next iteration in human-computer interaction. Their product leverages immersive interaction techniques to use the world, like open air or inanimate objects as the interface, allowing for increased productivity, intuitiveness and involvement in interaction.

TerrApparel is a student run business in the Shipley Center for Innovation Cube program

Members:
Matt Hawthorne '19 (Engineering and Management), Environmental Science and Engineering M.S. '21
Maura Maguire '20 - Global Supply Chain Management

Member Since: September 2018

Overview: TerrApparel utilizes a closed-loop supply chain to create quality, 100 percent recyclable performance clothing with plant-based and fluorocarbon-free finishes and solutions. Products are produced with renewable energy and packaged in recycled/recyclable materials, minimizing impact on the environment in an effort to change the face of the outdoor and activewear apparel industry.