Technology/Research


Past   [  2017  |  2016  |  2015  |  2014  |  2013  |  2012  ]

The IP Academy's programmes for technology transfer offices and tertiary institutions focuses on IP related matters mainly in the areas of patents and copyright. Courses in this sector would be targeted for the research fraternity in Singapore and educators who develop curriculum.

Past

2017
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How to Perform Prior Art Searches?
9 Nov 2017

Is my invention new? Who owns the technology?

When charting research and development activities, do you verify if the technology already exists and if it is owned by others? Do you know that you can detect existing similar developments or inventions by conducting a prior art search?

Be trained by qualified patent examiners from the IP Office of Singapore in how they combine patent and non-patent literature in the search for prior art. The workshop shall guide you through patent searches in a step-bystep manner. It also covers search strategies, usage of syntax to increase efficiency, and identifying relevant documents via publicly available databases.

  How to Perform Prior Art Searches?
Public CPD points: 5.5 | Practice Area: Intellectual Property | Training Category: Advanced
LES Singapore Basic Licensing Course 2017
16 - 17 Oct 2017

The Licensing Executives Society (Singapore) and IP Academy (Singapore) are pleased to present the LES SINGAPORE BASIC LICENSING COURSE 2017. The course covers aspects of the licensing of intellectual property – trademarks, copyright, patents and registered designs. It presents a brief and lucid explanation of the various principles and procedures of licensing negotiations, including a "hands-on" scenario which will enable the participant to put into practice the lessons taught, under the supervision and assessment of the instructors.

The course assumes no previous knowledge of or experience in intellectual property or licensing, but at the same time it contains much materials which will be useful to the experienced licensing professional including pointers for structuring a deal.

The course has been developed by licensing and intellectual property lawyers & industry members based on the accumulation of a wealth of experience in the field of licensing, franchising and technology transfer.

This course is eligible for SkillsFuture Credits

 Due to an overwhelming response, the registration for this course has been closed. 

  LES Singapore Basic Licensing Course 2017
Public CPD points: 12 | Practice Area: Intellectual Property | Training Category: Advanced
IP Commercialisation along the Belt and Road
28 Aug 2017

ith the theme of “IP Commercialisation along the Belt and Road”, the half-day seminar, jointly organised by IPOS and IP Academy, will focus on IP being the principle mechanism for commercialisation and exchange of technology along this 21st Century Silk Road. It will provide a platform for participants to hear insights and strategies on the latest IP trends and issues from Chinese IP legal practitioners, policy makers, business leaders and academia.

Jointly Organised By:        Supported By:
       

 

Public CPD points: 2.5 | Practice Area: Intellectual Property | Training Category: Advanced
Apply Basic Knowledge of IP Law to Support an Organisation (Blended Learning)
25 Jul 2017

Accelerate towards success with a better understanding of intellectual property law and how the knowledge can be applied to support and drive businesses in achieving their business strategies and objectives. 

This course is eligible for SkillsFuture Credits
IP Strategy & Marketplace
25 Jan 2017

Do you know what to do with your patent(s) and how it relates to a larger strategic purpose of your research or business? Don’t miss the chance to hear from Anthony Trippe, Managing Director of Patinformatics, on how business drives decision making in technology assessment, IP strategy and marketplace. Anthony was one of the speakers at the Global Symposium of IP-driven Innovation @ IP Week 2016.

Apply Basic Knowledge of IP Law to Support an Organisation
10 Jan 2017 - 3 Feb 2017

Are you jumping on the innovation bandwagon to increasing technological developments or business growth? Accelerate towards success with a better understanding of intellectual property and how the knowledge can be applied to support and drive businesses in achieving their business strategies and objectives. This course forms part of the core modules for the IES-IPOS Intellectual Property Technology Consultant ("IPTC") and SBACC PMC-Intellectual Property Management professional certification programme.

IPOS Training Grant is available for the IES-IPOS IPTC programme. For enquiries on the IPOS Training Grant (IES-IPOS IPTC), please write to IPOS_IPTC@ipos.gov.sg.

This course has been cancelled.

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2016
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Certified Patent Valuation Analyst Programme
1 - 2 Dec 2016

The Certified Patent Valuation Analyst (CPVA) programme provides IP and licensing managers, technology transfer professionals, inventors, patent lawyers, financial analysts and other business development executives with the skill set necessary to value patents. This world-renowned training approaches patent valuation from analytical, legal, financial and practical perspectives.

Furthermore, this programme arms participants with the knowledge and critical thinking abilities to negotiate and structure more accretive licensing arrangements.

LES Singapore Basic Licensing Course 2016
18 - 19 Oct 2016

The Licensing Executives Society (Singapore) and IP Academy (Singapore) are pleased to present the LES SINGAPORE BASIC LICENSING COURSE 2016.  The course covers aspects of the licensing of intellectual property – trademarks, copyright, patents and registered designs.  It presents a brief and lucid explanation of the various principles and procedures of licensing negotiations, including a “hands-on” scenario which will enable the participant to put into practice the lessons taught, under the supervision and assessment of the instructors.

The course assumes no previous knowledge of or experience in intellectual property or licensing, but at the same time it contains much materials which will be useful to the experienced licensing professional including pointers for structuring a deal.

The course has been developed by licensing and intellectual property lawyers & industry members based on the accumulation of a wealth of experience in the field of licensing, franchising and technology transfer.

IPA Roundtable Series: IP Battlefront 2 - IP Management Strategy in the Mobile “Internet+” Era - 知识产权布局激战全球,中企IP总监论道狮城
22 Aug 2016

In recent times, “Mobile Internet+” has become a popular topic, not only in China but also all over the world. Developments in terminal market of smart mobiles that have led to increases in its convenience, mobility and functionality could lead to an increasing possibility that it could replace the Personal Computer. In addition, the number of people using the Internet has increased tremendously as there is now access in remote areas or countries. The accessibility of the Internet has boosted the growth of online shopping and according to the McKinsey’s statistics [1], China is moving towards the digital age. The importance of the Internet towards economic contribution will reach 4 billion to 14 billion RMB of its annual GDP in 2025, which is 7 - 22% of its total GDP.

移動「互联网+」已经是目前中国甚至是世界上最具关注度的话题,随着智能手机终端的迭代完成,功能上基本取代个人电脑(Personal Computer; PC) 但移动性便捷性上大大超越PC,上网人数的迅速增加,即使是在偏远的国家或地区,人们不但能享受智能手机普及带来的便捷获取信息,透过非实体平台媒介购买商品的习惯也正悄然生起。根据麦肯锡全球研究院“中国的数字化转型:互联网对生产力与增长的影响”的2014统计报告显示,随着中国不断迈向数字化时代,互联网的重要性及其对经济增长的贡献预估到2025年约会达到每年4万亿~14万亿元人民币的年GDP总量,占GDP增长总量的7-22%。

 [1] http://tech.sina.cn/i/gn/2014-07-25/detail-iaxixtqr9397615.d.html?from=wap

The seminar will be conducted in Mandarin but two-way simultaneous interpretation (Chinese-English) will be available for all participants.

This roundtable is supported by the Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City.

3 Public CPD points!
Apply Basic Knowledge of IP Law to Support an Organisation
Speaker:Ms. Teo Yi-Ling, Ms. Renee Xavier, Dr. Cheng Yu-Chao, Mr. Edmund Kok, Ms. Elaine S.F. Leong
4 - 13 Jul 2016

Are you jumping on the innovation bandwagon to increasing technological developments or business growth? Accelerate towards success with a better understanding of intellectual property law and how the knowledge can be applied to support and drive businesses in achieving their business strategies and objectives. This course forms part of the core modules for the IES-IPOS Intellectual Property Technology Consultant and SBACC PMC-Intellectual Property Management professional certification programmes.

IP Management in Research Collaborations
13 Jun 2016

Businesses, universities, polytechnics and research institutions enter into a variety of research collaboration agreements that relate to intellectual property. This workshop will cover intellectual property issues that arise from these collaboration agreements and how to manage these issues. IP commercialisation and monetisation will also be covered in the workshop. 

Due to an overwhelming response, the registration for this course has been closed. To place yourself on the waiting list, please send an email to jasvinder_singh@ipacademy.com.sg.

From Ideas to Invention – Realising the Commercial Potential of your Invention through the Invention Assessment Process
10 Mar 2016

<The registration for this workshop is closed>

IP Academy is proud to bring you our latest seminar “From Ideas to Invention – Realising the Commercial
Potential of your Invention through the Invention Assessment Process”. This seminar differentiates itself from
other seminars with a similar focus by incorporating a practical, hands-on element to each session.
Participants are encouraged to bring along your own laptops for the hands-on session.

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2015
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From Ideas to Invention – Realising the Commercial Potential of your Invention through the Invention Assessment Process
8 - 9 Oct 2015

IP Academy is proud to bring you our latest seminar “From Ideas to Invention – Realising the Commercial
Potential of your Invention through the Invention Assessment Process”. This seminar differentiates itself from
other seminars with a similar focus by incorporating a practical, hands-on element to each session. Module A
on “Invention Disclosure and Provisional Patent Filing” is a 1-day course on 8 October 2015. Module B on
“Technology Assessment” is a 0.5-day course on 9 October morning. Participants may choose to sign up for
only Module A or B, or sign up for both Modules A and B.

知 识 产 权 布 局 激 战 全 球、中 企 IP 总 监 论 道 狮 城 (IP Battlefront IP Deployment Strategies from China's Leading IP Directors)
Speaker:童心(小米), 沈剑峰(中兴), 黄晶(奇虎360), 刘孔中教授(新加坡管理大学), 郑猷超博士(新加坡知识产权学院)
24 Aug 2015

中兴、小米、奇虎3 6 0
全球知识产权布局 华语研讨会


研讨会亮点!


中兴与小米,根据最近统计报告显示,其手机销量已经站到全世界前几位,奇虎 360 则是在防毒软件占据了主要地位,当然除了销售上的亮眼成绩之外,其背后的 知识产权布局策略亦是成功的不可或缺的要素之一。古语有云:「大军未到,粮草 先行」,寓意做事情要有计划、有准备。在如今的商业战场,则应是「产品未出,知识产权先行」。在产品上市甚至是技术研发之前就应先做好知识产权布局与规 划。更有甚者,不仅利用知识产权布局保护自家产品,甚至主动诉讼对抗竞争者,并用专利运营与授权为企业建立竞争优势、收获利润。

 

A Chinese Seminar on IP Battlefront

IP Deployment Strategies from China’s Leading IP Directors

  

Seminar Synopsis

ZTE and Xiaomi, according to a recent statistical report, have risen to being amongst the top mobile phone manufacturers worldwide. Qihoo360 is a prominent leader in the field of anti-viral software. In addition to their impressive records in sales, Xiaomi and Qihoo’s IP deployment strategies also make an indispensable contribution to their success.

As the ancient Chinese saying goes, “before the troops move, fodder and provisions go first”.  In today’s business arena, intellectual assets are a company’s “fodder and provisions”- thus, before a company launches its products, its intellectual property deployment strategy must already be in place. Beyond using IP deployment for self-protection, companies might even need to consider adopting more aggressive measurements to “combat” their competitors, and/or leverage on their IP assets to gain competitive advantages and create new revenue streams.

We are honored to have invited the IP directors of ZTE, Xiaomi and Qihoo to share their insights on IP management, IP issues in R&D collaboration and technology transfer, patent-centric business models and defensive strategies against patent assertion entities.

IP Management in Research Collaboration
9 Jun 2015

Universities and research institutions enter in to a variety of agreements that relate to intellectual property.

The most common are non-disclosure agreements, licenses, sponsored research agreements and material
transfer agreements. There are however other agreements that can have hidden intellectual property terms
as well. Part of this workshop will cover general issues related to license agreements and materials transfer
agreements such as risk, liability and warranty. The workshop will mainly cover intellectual property issues
that arise from these agreements and need to be managed; how these issues relate to confidential
information that is either received or provided; negotiating commercial terms in licenses; and monitoring
agreements and licensee compliance. The importance of market research, marketing and business
intelligence will also be discussed in relationship to crafting the appropriate terms for negotiating commercial
terms.

The registration has been closed due to overwhelming response. If you are interested to be put on the waiting list or notified of future runs, please kindly email Rachel Koh at rachel_koh@ipacademy.com.sg.
LES SINGAPORE BASIC LICENSING COURSE
3 - 4 Jun 2015

The Licensing Executives Society (Singapore) and IP Academy (Singapore) are pleased to present the LES SINGAPORE BASIC LICENSING COURSE 2015.  The course covers aspects of the licensing of intellectual property – trademarks, copyright, patents and registered designs.  It presents a brief and lucid explanation of the various principles and procedures of licensing negotiations, including a “hands-on” scenario which will enable the participant to put into practice the lessons taught, under the supervision and assessment of the instructors.

12 SILE CPD public points available!
Deriving Business Strategies through Patent Analytics
Speaker:Professor Liu Shang-Jyh
27 Jan 2015

Patent data is a form of “big data” that warrants special skills for its information gathering and analysis. With appropriate tools and analytical methods, patent data can provide valuable insights for identifying research directions, evaluating technology landscapes and formulating strategies to cope with competitions.

Unfortunately, patent analytic skills are not commonly taught in schools, neither is the subject widely and comprehensively available from public resources such as textbooks and articles. Even when one knows the basics of patent analytics, making sense out of it to derive useful insights and strategies is also a challenge that few will share.

This workshop laid out a systematic and comprehensive methodology to analyze patents. In addition, we will lead course participants to derive business strategies that will address the problems identified from the patent landscape analysis.

Speaker: Professor Liu Shang-Jyh

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2014
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Making the Grade in Technology Transfer
Speaker:Dr. Valdew Singh, Director for the Centre of Technology Innovation & Commercialization
18 Nov 2014

The practice of technology transfer is rather challenging as it is the confluence of business, technology and law. The 6-hour comprehensive seminar will offer valuable insights, the sharing of actual experience and real life case studies, and recommendations of pragmatic solutions, processes and approaches to address many of the key challenges and issues.

IP Insights: Protection of IP in China - Current Trends and Development in Patent Law
4 Nov 2014

The growing importance of China as a force in the global economy means that companies cannot ignore protecting their IP rights in China.  This session will focus on patent law in China.  China IP experts will provide those who are interested in protecting their inventions in China with insights into the current state of Patent Law in China, including examination guidance from the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) and the latest cases in patent invalidation and litigation in China.  Businesses including MNCs based in Singapore, inventors, technology transfer offices, local patent agents and lawyers are encouraged to attend to learn first-hand of the challenges in the ever-growing patent landscape in China.

SILE public CPS available: 1.5 points Registration is Closed (look out for next IP Insight)
Eligibility for Process Claims: An Empirical Study on Subject Matter in the United States
5 Aug 2014
This Talk is not open to public.
Info Session: Charting Successful Career Pathways in the IP Ecosystem
24 Jun 2014
LES Singapore Basic Licensing Course 2014
Speaker:Ms. Audrey Yap, Ms. Sheena Jacob, Mr. Chiew Yu Sarn, Mr. Suresh Sachi, Ms. Song Wern Lee, Dr. Elissa Lim, Dr. Sze Tiam Lin and Mr. Sivananthan Sivagnanaratnam
29 - 30 May 2014

The Licensing Executives Society (Singapore) and IP Academy (Singapore) are pleased to present the LES SINGAPORE BASIC LICENSING COURSE 2014. The course covers aspects of the licensing of intellectual property – trademarks, copyright, patents and registered designs. It presents a brief and lucid explanation of the various principles and procedures of licensing negotiations, including a “hands-on” scenario which will enable the participant to put into practice the lessons taught, under the supervision and assessment of the instructors.

The course assumes no previous knowledge of or experience in intellectual property or licensing, but at the same time it contains much materials which will be useful to the experienced licensing professional including pointers for structuring a deal.

The course has been developed by licensing and intellectual property lawyers & industry members based on the accumulation of a wealth of experience in the field of licensing, franchising and technology transfer.

12 SILE-CPD Points available for Lawyers!
Licensing and Negotiation Training for IP Professionals
Speaker:Mr. Steven Fricke, Mr. Toshi Futamata
29 - 30 Apr 2014

IP negotiation is not specific one, but fell into a sub category of negotiation. It is important to understand beneficial results from the research of empirical study. And it should be reviewed under the practical and empirical consideration.

Speakers:

  • Steven Fricke (Assistant General Counsel; Microsoft Patent Licensing Team)
  • Futamata Toshifumi (Research Associate, UTokyo Policy Alternatives Research Institute, the Univerysity of Tokyo.)

 

10 Public SILE-CPD points available for lawyers!
Using IP and Patent Analytic to Improve Technology Development
Speaker:MR DANIEL COLLOPY
28 Apr 2014

About the workshop

Many resources are used to develop technology in an academic setting.  In recent years, many academic institutions have been able to derive benefit from their technology developments through generation of intellectual property assets to protect and monetize their developments.  This course will review intellectual property basics with a concentration on patent acquisition.  In particular, the course will examine what developments are suitable for patent, trade mark, copyright or trade secret protection, what makes technology developments patentable, and how to focus generation of technology developments and improve marketability of patented technology through patent analytics.

Strategic Patent Risk Management
Speaker: Professor Liu Shang-Jyh
16 Jan 2014

About the workshop

Unprecedented attention has been given to IP issues from all angles, gone are the days when high-tech CEOs and other upper management could wave off the significance of IP. The high profile patent wars between the various smart phone producers have demonstrated how improper management of patents can jeopardize companies. In this course, we will dissect the risks in patent management and propose ways to mitigate such risks.

Registrations for this seminar has closed due to overwhelming responses. SILE CPD Points: 6 Public Points
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2013
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Solving Controversies in the ownership of IP
Speaker:Philip Mendes
21 Oct 2013

 

About the workshop

The ownership of intellectual property is often a controversial issue in negotiations.

That is particularly so in collaborative research relationships, as well as contract or sponsored research relationships.

  • Should IP be owned by one collaborator, or one party, or the other?
  • Can IP rights to one party be negotiated instead of ownership?
  • If so, what types of IP rights might be an acceptable substitute to IP ownership?
  • What factors influence the outcomes on this controversial issue?
6 Public CPD points for lawyers!!
LES Singapore Basic Licensing Course 2013
7 - 8 Oct 2013

The Licensing Executives Society (Singapore) and IP Academy (Singapore) are pleased to present the LES SINGAPORE BASIC LICENSING COURSE 2013.  The course covers aspects of the licensing of intellectual property – trademarks, copyright, patents and registered designs.  It presents a brief and lucid explanation of the various principles and procedures of licensing negotiations, including a “hands-on” scenario which will enable the participant to put into practice the lessons taught, under the supervision and assessment of the instructors.

 

The course assumes no previous knowledge of or experience in intellectual property or licensing, but at the same time it contains much materials which will be useful to the experienced licensing professional including pointers for structuring a deal.

 

The course has been developed by licensing and intellectual property lawyers & industry members based on the accumulation of a wealth of experience in the field of licensing, franchising and technology transfer.

12 Public CPD points for lawyers!
IP Intelligence Deployment Strategies & Non-Practicing Entities (NPEs) - Establishing patent portfolio and extracting competitive intelligence via technology-function matrix
Speaker:Jack Cheng Yu-Chao (Senior Assistant Director, IP Academy)
4 Sep 2013

Join Jack in this course to:

  • Formulate policies on promotion of IP Management for companies.
  • Utilize patents to influence the IP value chain
  • Allocateresearch resource and avoid re-inventing
  • Establish patent portfolios based on patent maps and litigations
  • Extractcompetitive intelligence from technology function matrix
  • Understand patent market dynamics and facilitate patent utilization via NPEs
This is a customized in-house programme and not open to the public.
WIPO–IPOS Seminar on ADR and Technology Transactions
30 Aug 2013

A workshop focusing on the latest in Patent Expert Determination and Alternative DIspute Resolution.

 

A. Expert Determination in Patent Disputes

Expert determination provides a private, confidential and cost-effective alternative to court litigation for the resolution of patent disputes, especially those that are multi-jurisdictional. In the context of patented standards, some standards bodies resolve disputes between members as to the essentiality of a patent to a standard through binding expert determinations.

 

B. WIPO ADR in Technology Transactions

Decisions relating to dispute resolution mechanisms in the event of disagreements or issues arising out of technology transactions need to be taken at an early stage. This seminar will provide an overview of available WIPO alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms suitable for technology transactions. Learn how to incorporate dispute resolution provisions in IP contracts in technology transactions.

SILE CPD Points: 2.5 Public Points
WIPO–IPOS Mediation Workshop for Intellectual Property Disputes
29 Aug 2013

The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the sidelines of the General Assembly of WIPO in September 2011. Under this MoU, IPOS and WIPO have collaborated to establish a joint dispute resolution procedure that facilitates the mediation of intellectual property disputes.

Since the launch of this new mediation option at IPOS, there has been some success and much interest on how mediation can help parties reach win-win solutions in an increasingly complex and transnational business environment.

The inaugural run of this workshop in December 2011 was very well received, with many requests for a re-run. Grab this opportunity to gain insight into how mediation can work for you and your organisation. Participants can expect an engaging and interactive workshop with role-play and discussions.

Registration has closed due to overwhelming interests.
Outline of Patent Examination Practice (Japan Patent Office)
3 Jul 2013

The collaborative relationship between JPO and IPOS has been on the rise as seen in the Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) pilot program and Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to deepen bilateral cooperation. It is very important to grasp the outline of each other’s system to work together cooperatively. This presentation on the “Outline of Patent Examination Practice” mainly offers the basic information to understand JPO’s system, especially patent examination.

This is a customised in-house programme and not open to public.
WIPO Summer School on Intellectual Property
10 - 21 Jun 2013

The WIPO Summer School on Intellectual Property (IP) is an annual event bringing together students and young professionals from all over the world for intensive learning, sharing and networking. The diversity and background of the students and lecturers make the Summer Schools a truly international forum for discussion and exchange of ideas.

WIPO Perspectives: The PCT and PCT for R&D
17 Apr 2013

The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) is a critically important part of many IP strategies. In this half-day program, you will hear two PCT experts from WIPO introduce the PCT, give a practical explanation of the online filing options, and discuss how the PCT is relevant to any organization involved in R&D.

Basic Technology and Market Intelligence Methods
27 - 28 Mar 2013

Join us for this programme with Mr. Michael Goh, IPI Singapore, to gain a deeper understanding of Technology and Market Intelligence Methods.  Time will be set aside to ask Michael your questions.

Managing Copyright and Confidential Information in Education and Training Institutions
11 Mar 2013

As centres of learning, education and training institutions create, use and deal with intellectual property (IP) every day. This is not surprising. What is surprising is that despite how critical IP assets are to their business and operations, institutions deal with them at a very basic level; it seems to be sufficient to most that students (and teachers!) know they cannot copy materials without limit.

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2012
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Basic Technology and Market Intelligence Tools
27 - 28 Nov 2012
Managing Copyright and Confidential Information in Education and Training Institutions
8 - 9 Oct 2012

As centres of learning, education and training institutions create, use and deal with intellectual property (IP) every day. This is not surprising. What is surprising is that despite how critical IP assets are to their business and operations, institutions deal with them at a very basic level; it seems to be sufficient to most that students (and teachers!) know they cannot copy materials without limit.

LES Singapore Basic Licensing Course 2012
23 - 24 Aug 2012

 

*This is a SILE-accredited course.

12 Public CPD Points are available for lawyers.

The Licensing Executives Society (Singapore) and the IP Academy (Singapore) are pleased to present the LES Singapore Basic Licensing Course 2012. The course covers various aspects of licensing of intellectual property - trademarks, copyrights, patents & registered designs. It presents a brief and lucid explanation of the various principles and procedures of licensing negotiations, including a "hands-on" scenario which will enable the participants to put into practice the lessons taught, under the supervision & assessment of the instructors.

IP in Clean Technology
12 Jul 2012

The promise of clean technology was defined in innovative designs, but won't be fulfilled until we solve finance, distribution and integration issues.  The current global economic crisis combined with a cautiously optimistic investor community (the lessons of the last bubble still fresh in the minds of Silicon Valley VCs), means funding Cleantech 2.0 is not going to be so easy.  The situation is aggravated by the fact that clean technologies often require huge upfront R&D costs and might not be ready to generate revenues for decades. 

 

The future of Cleantech, and the value of Cleantech IP resides in finding creative models to large scale integration that allow for profitable development of the most promising innovations.  Come explore how Cleantech emerged from modest beginnings to the third largest venture capital investment sector and take a look where Cleantech is headed.

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