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Wednesday, 2 May 2018

17.00 - 19.00 hrs

Welcome drink in the exhibition and networking area


Registration

Thursday, 3 May 2018

08.00 - 09.00 hrs

Registration

09.00 hrs

Official opening

hosted by Richard Flammer, Principal Director, European Patent Office

Welcome address
Benoît Battistelli, President of the European Patent Office

Welcome address
Vojko Toman, Director of the Slovenian Intellectual Property Office

Technology transfer and IP in Slovenia

Špela Stres, Head of Technology Transfer and Innovation Center, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia  
Presentation (PDF, 1.1 MB)

Keynote speech

Blockchain technology: does it impact IP?

Pascal Asselot, IPwe
Presentation (PDF, 875 KB)

10.30 - 11.00 hrs

Coffee break and networking opportunity

11.00 - 12.30 hrs

Plenary session

Using the EPO SME case studies for PATLIBs' activities
Ilja Rudyk, European Patent Office
John Mc Manus, intellectual property expert 
Presentation (PDF, 602 KB)


Tools and services provided by the EUIPO

Nestor Martinez-Aguado, EUIPO

IP services developed under the EU's VIP4SME project suitable for PATLIB centres
Thomas Fischer, Fraunhofer IAO
Presentation (PDF, 3.3 MB)


IPD light, an adapted service that can be implemented by PATLIBs
Roger Hildebrandt, German Patent and Trade Mark Office
Matthias Knöbel, Technical University Dresden

Presentation (PDF, 241 KB)

12.30 - 13.30 hrs

Lunch

13.30 - 15.00 hrs

Breakout sessions

(in parallel, 90 minutes each)

Presentation and discussion
How to implement PATLIB services in projects funded by the EU
L'ubomir Kucka, Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information

Presentation and practical case studies
IPR strategies for newcomers and SMEs - a newly launched service improving PATLIBs' profile and visibility
Kristin Jirka and Susanne Ruffert, RWTH Aachen University
Presentation (PDF, 720 KB)

Mini seminar
A self-assessment tool for evaluating the technical effect of software patents
Sandra Ennas, Sardegna Ricerche
Pia Björk, EPO


Presentation and practical case study
Helping SMEs with IP: speed dating
Julie Herve, INPI Centre-Val de Loire
Presentation (PDF, 7951 KB)


Presentation and discussion
PATLIBs and other innovation support networks - ideas for working together

Possible links with the European IPR Helpdesk Ambassador network
Cyrille Dubois, ipil Luxembourg and PATLIB representatives
Presentation (PDF, 2.1 MB)

Possible links with ASTP-Proton
Henric Rhedin, ASTP-Proton  

15.00 - 15.30 hrs

Coffee break and networking opportunity

15.30 - 17.00 hrs

Breakout sessions

(in parallel, 90 minutes each)

Comparison of methodologies
Supporting clients with IP in international markets

A spin-off commercialisation success: export via IP
Serhat Dalkiliç, Erciyes Technopark
Presentation (PDF, 3.2 MB)

International transfer marketing
Jouni Hynynen, Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment for Central Finland
Daniela Filová, AriD PATLIB Centre

Presentation (PDF, 2.6 MB)


Presentation and discussion

New IP tools of special interest to PATLIB centres: mapping, semantic search, IP at trade fairs, events, etc.
Thomas Fischer, Fraunhofer IAO
Udo Gennari, Business Upper Austria

Presentation (PDF, 2.4 MB)

Presentation and discussion
IP for gamers - developing awareness
Melanie Rawles, Central Library, Plymouth
Expert from WIPO (to be confirmed)

Presentation (PDF, 307 KB)

Comparison of methodologies
Promoting public awareness of IP: the experience of a PATLIB centre
Santa Lozda, The Patent Office of the Republic of Latvia
Presentation (PDF, 1.3 MB)

How to promote your services with minimal resources
Lisa McDonald, EPO

Comparison of methodologies
How a patent office / PATLIB centre can use patent data to improve its efficiency
Philippe Borne, INPI Grand Est
Presentation (PDF, 1.6 MB)

Using PATSTAT for identifying potential clients
Geert Boedt, EPO
Presentation (PDF, 804 KB)

19.00 hrs

Evening event at Ljubljana Castle

Friday, 4 May 2018

09.00 - 10.30 hrs

Breakout sessions

(in parallel, 90 minutes each)

Presentations and discussion
Sharing knowledge, experience and good practice across PATLIB centres
Nigel Spencer, The British Library
Presentation (PDF, 478 KB)

Together for each other: "Basecamp" usage in the German PATLIBs' association PIZnet
Arne Krüger, Moving Targets Consulting GmbH
Presentation (PDF, 385 KB)

Presentation and discussion
How can PATLIBs' patent valuation services help with tax deduction regulations (and other financial issues) 
Sander De Vrieze, Centexbel
Presentation (PDF, 1 MB)

Presentation and discussion
Use of freely available patent information tools for patent-driven market search
Mustafa Çakir, Sabanci University 
Presentation (PDF, 386 KB)


Presentation and discussion
IP teaching in universities - how to attract academics at all levels
Niculae Eugen Seghedin and Mircea Frunza, Inventics Institute Iasi
Giovanna Oddo, EPO

Presentation (PDF, 551 KB)

Presentation and discussion
Hand in hand with start-ups - patent information as a part of the business routine
Katarzyna Szwed and Ewa Ropela, Pomeranian Science and Technology Park
Presentation (PDF, 2.2 MB)

10.30 - 11.00 hrs

Coffee break and networking opportunity

11.00 - 12.30 hrs

Repeat of the most popular breakout sessions
 

Presentation and discussion
IP teaching in universities - how to attract academics at all levels
Niculae Eugen Seghedin and Mircea Frunza, Inventics Institute Iasi
Giovanna Oddo, EPO


Presentation and discussion
How to implement PATLIB services in projects funded by the EU
L'ubomir Kucka, Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information
 

Presentation and discussion
Hand in hand with start-ups - patent information as a part of the business routine
Katarzyna Szwed and Ewa Ropela, Pomeranian Science and Technology Park

 
Presentation and discussion

New IP tools of special interest to PATLIB centres: mapping, semantic search, IP at trade fairs, events, etc.
Thomas Fischer, Fraunhofer IAO
Udo Gennari, Business Upper Austria

 

Presentation and practical case studies
IPR strategies for newcomers and SMEs - a newly launched service improving PATLIBs' profile and visibility
Kristin Jirka and Susanne Ruffert, RWTH Aachen University  

12.30 - 13.45 hrs

Lunch

13.45 - 15.00 hrs

Plenary session

New Espacenet - a preview
Roland Feinäugle, EPO
Presentation (PDF, 1.5 MB)

The PATLIB reorientation project - review and outlook
Team presentation from the project participants
Heidrun Krestel, EPO
Carlo Pandolfi, Director European Co-operation, EPO


Closing remarks by Richard Flammer, EPO

15.00 hrs

End of the conference

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