ASU Venture Development
Wiley Larsen joined ASU in 2011 to assist ASU faculty, staff, and alumni with commercialization. Over the past 5 years he has led several programs, including Rapid Startup School, the Arizona Furnace Technology Transfer Accelerator, the ASU Startup Accelertor, and the ASU/Department of Defense Center of Excellence in Technology Transfer. Wiley supports the faculty startup pipeline and has assisted in the launch of over 50 faculty spin-out companies, and is an NSF I-Corps Mentor. Wiley was part of the core team that elevated ASU SkySong to a Top 10 ranking of U.S. university incubators in 2013. He is also co-founder of Saccadous, a medical device startup that utilizes eye-tracking to diagnose neurological disorders. Wiley is a 1994 graduate of Sterling College with a B.S. in Mathematics, and a 1999 graduate of Kansas State University with a Master of Science in Education Administration.