KnowingIPR in the European Digital Economy
Room 1.61-1.62, 06/12/2018 (10:00-10:45)
Considering the importance of improving the framework conditions for innovation in the European Digital Economy and Deeper Economic Union, providing an open access tool for advanced intellectual property rights (IPR) analysis, and guidelines for improved and harmonized IPR policy framework across Europe is at forefront.
The Knowing IPR in the European Digital Economy session, has the objective to ensure broader and needs-based access to existing innovation and research results, to patents and to IPR knowledge. Additionally, it will have the aim to encompass services and training for the management of IPR and for support to commercialization of research results and technology transfer.
This will enable pooling and exploitation of existing innovation knowledge and increased IPR-based cooperation opportunities (out-licensing, in-licensing and also underdeveloped university technology transfer). The session will tackle the bottleneck of the lack of real-value IPR data and of IPR management knowledge, thereby stimulating an underdeveloped IPR market, encouraging further innovation investments and creating competitive advantages, especially for Danube region Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), Higher Education Institutions & Research Institutions.
Organised by: Victor CEPOI (Faculty of Information Studies, Slovenia)
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