Onsdag 21 mars
|Starttid||21 mars 2012, kl. 09:00|
|Sluttid||21 mars 2012, kl. 15:00|
|Plats||LAKAB, salen, A-huset Luleå tekniska universitet|
|Biljetter||Anmälan till http://simplesignup.se/event/10382. senast 19 mars|
The Innovation Office North at Umeå University in cooperation with the Grants Office at LTU and AB Centek hereby invite you to a seminar on Intellectual Property (IP) issues in EU-funded projects. The seminar will take place on Wednesday March 21st at Luleå Univeristy of Technology, A 117 (LKAB-hall).
The seminar addresses academia, research centers, SMEs and individual researchers working with knowledge management in EU-funded projects.
Speaker is Sabine Albrecht from the European IPR Helpdesk. Mrs Albrecht is working as programme manager in IPR & Business Development. She has a background in natural sciences (biology / agriculture) with work experience in public relations (biotechnology and genetic engineering), regulatory and IP-rights at a German seed-company. She is currently coordinating the training activities of the European IPR Helpdesk. Further she is dealing with contract negotiations with regard to FP7-Life Science projects.
The seminar will focus on the most relevant elements of the IP regime applicable in EU-funded projects from a practical perspective, with the main objective of providing participants with basic concepts and ideas for adequately integrating and managing the IP issues in their projects, see attached program.
In order to participate, please register before March 19th by clicking http://simplesignup.se/event/10382. As places are limited, participants will be selected on a “first come - first served” basis. This is a free of charge event but it is nevertheless important to give us a notice if you have to cancel your participation.
Registration includes coffe an tea. Lunch is not included.
The European IPR Helpdesk, www.ipr-helpdesk.eu, is an EU initiative providing advice and information on Intellectual Property related issues. It provides tailor-made assistance, free of charge to current and potential beneficiaries of EU-funded projects. Likewise it gives support on IP matters to EU SMEs in the process of negotiating or concluding transnational partnership agreements, especially through the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN).
09.00 – 09.30
Registration and coffe
09.30 – 10.00
Grants Office, AB Centek and Innovation Office North
10.00 – 10.45
Introduction into IP
10.45 – 11.00
11.00 – 12.30
IP in EU-funded projects – part 1
• General frame of EU-funded projects
• IP in project lifecycle
12.30 – 13.30
13.30 – 15.00
IP in EU-funded projects – part 2
• Negotiation of consortium agreement
• IP Management
• Exploitation of Research results
• IP Enforcement
• Specific issues of different areas of science
15.00 – 15.30
Q & A