Tech Incubator at Queens College

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TIQC aims to help startup companies and entrepreneurs to build successful technology companies, which in turn creates more job opportunities and drives innovation and technology development in New York.

With the advanced computational infrastructure and the CUNY community advantages, TIQC provides an outstanding environment for companies to turn innovative ideas into businesses and success.


William Keller

VP of Finance and Administration

Ying Zhou

Executive Director

Weeks Mensah

Managing Director

Nina Lopez-Ortiz

Office Manager

Sumaita Hussain

Office Assistant

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Current Members

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Past Members

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Individual Pro Office

1 Person: approximately 80 square feet

Team Cluster 2

10 People: approximately 470 square feet

Team Cluster 4

4 People: approximately 150 square feet

Team Cluster 6

6 People: approximately 270 square feet

Team Cluster 8

8 People: approximately 300 square feet


12 People: approximately 570 square feet

TIQC is located in a dedicated building, CEP Hall 2, on an 80-acre, tree-lined Queens College campus surrounding a traditional quad with a magnificent view of the Manhattan skyline. The building access is controlled by a Blackboard Door Access System. All qualified monthly or annual members and fellows will be assigned a QCard, issued by Queens College, for building access.


We design affordable and comfortable tech space for the right teams and entrepreneurs. Queens College campus is at your hands to explore and develop innovative technology ideas. Our available office space includes 1, 4, 6, 8, 10-private workspace, and one coworking space that could accommodate up to 12 private work tables. TIQC strives to provide the facility, network, workshops, and more resources for our members.

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At its founding in 1937, Queens College was hailed by the people of the borough as “the college of the future.” Now part of the City University of New York (CUNY), Queens College offers a rigorous education in the liberal arts and sciences under the guidance of a faculty dedicated to both teaching and research. Students graduate with the ability to think critically, address complex problems, explore various cultures, and use modern technologies and information resources.

Located in a residential area of Flushing in the borough of Queens—America’s most ethnically diverse county—the college has students from more than 150 nations. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Queens College is consistently ranked among the leading institutions in the nation for the quality of its academic programs and student achievement. Recognized as one of the most affordable public colleges in the country, Queens College offers a first-rate education to talented people of all backgrounds and financial means.

The beautiful campus consists of 80 acres lined with trees surrounding grassy open spaces and a traditional quad. The college boasts state-of-the-art computer and science laboratories, a spectacular music building, and the six-story Rosenthal Library. The major classroom building, Powdermaker Hall, has the latest technology throughout. An extensive commitment to sustainability has earned Queens College inclusion in the Princeton Review’s first-ever Guide to 322 Green Colleges.

TIQC is located in a dedicated building, CEP Hall 2, on an 80-acre, tree-lined Queens College campus surrounding a traditional quad with a magnificent view of the Manhattan skyline. You may reach us by car, by bus or by Queens College Shuttle.

Queens College is located at 65-30 Kissena Boulevard at the corner of the Long Island Expressway (LIE) and Kissena Boulevard (Exit 24) in Flushing, Queens. See Campus map or get directions here

Distinguished Alumni In Tech and Business

Russell Artzt
Co-founder of CA Technologies
Charles Wang
Co-founder and former CEO of CA Technologies
Boris Aronov
Computer Scientist (Computational Geometry)
Anne Carter
Technology Economist
Robert Moog
Inventor of the Moog Synthesizer

Edgar Gilbert
Coding Theorist
David Gries
Computer Scientist
Elissa Shevinsky
Information Security Researcher
Alexander L. Wolf
Dean of the Baskin School of Engineering and Former President of ACM
Kenneth Appel
Mathematician who proved the four color theorem

Gary Barnet
Founder of Extell Development Company 
Jill E. Barad
Former CEO of Mattel
Jerry Colonna
Venture Capitalist and Entrepreneur Coach
Mark M. Ford
Leonard P. Forman
CFO of New York Times

Leonard Grunstein
Finance Executive
Charlie Harary
Investor and Motivational Speaker
Stewart Liff
Management Consultant and Author
John Tantillo
Marketing Consultant