Seminarium 2019 #1: IP Management in your Research Collaboration
Research Support Office, in collaboration with other divisions of the University Administration, runs a set of seminars dedicated to you as a researcher or leader of research collaboration initiatives such as KTH's competence centres, major EU-projects, Strategic Innovation Programs.
Welcome to a crash course on Intellectual Property (IP) which plays an essential role in both basic and applied research as they produce results in the form of publications, inventions, databases, computer programs, confidential information etc. Join us to understand the pitfalls and possibilities with IP Management!
IP-related issues need to be clarified in early stages of discussions with e.g. an industry sponsor or commercialization partners. Research collaboration can include confidentiality issues, ownership of IP and conflicts of interest. The seminar includes a workshop with the possibility to network and discuss practical cases and policies.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Please register before 3 April so we can plan for catering.
When: 9 April at 14.30 - 16.30
Where: Open Lab, Multi-purpose hall, Valhallavägen 79
|14:30||Welcome and introduction to the seminar series||Annika Stensson Trigell,
Vice Preseident for Research
IP in Research Collaboration
Lars Resman, Kenneth Billqvist, Research Advisors, RSO
KTH as party in Research Collaboration: Funded research, Contract research. Standard regulations for collaboration. Professor´s privilege in short.
Anita Gillior, Legal Counsel, RSO
From research to impact and commercialization
Gustav Notander, KTH Innovation
Impact through fundraising - experiences from KTH
Philip von Segebaden, Director Development Office, RSO
|Workshop, networking and refreshments||
Natalia Kotova, Marianne Loor, Lars Resman
Issues related to IP when applying for research funding, contact Lars Resman, RSO
Legal council related to IPR, send an email to the Legal Office, RSO: email@example.com
For support on IP and commercialisation, contact Gustav Notander , KTH Innovation
Presentations from the seminar: