The role of Intellectual Property Rights and Patent information resources plays a crucial role in the growth of Indian emerging businesses as Indian & International IP strategy is integrated with business strategies.

NASSCOM CoE to organise seminar on use of patent information resources in cooperation with EBTC on 20th Feb 2020

NASSCOM Center of Excellence – IoT & AI in cooperation with the European Business and Technology Centre (EBTC) are co-organizing an Interactive Seminar on Use of Patent Information Resources. This seminar brings together Emerging Technologies based Startups & SMEs & Product companies to provide them with a deep understanding of the Patent information resources within the IP framework and consequently leveraging IP for commercial success. It will also include a case study using freely available patent information resources

What is covered:

  • Technology commercialisation for Indian innovators & IP Management Strategy
  • Patent information resources, overview and advantages of using it
  • Procedures for filing patents inside & outside India
  • Importance of prior art searches
  • Fiscal & Non-fiscal government benefits for IP filing in India & Europe
  • Case study using freely available resources
  • Benefits for patent filing under Startup India program

Who should attend:

  • Product Startups
  • IT/ITes SMEs
  • Research institutes & Innovation Centres
  • Independent Researchers
  • Industry Practitioners
  • Other groups interested in filing patents in India & Europe

SPEAKERS

Poul V. Jensen, Managing Director, EBTC
Poul V. Jensen, Managing Director, EBTC

Poul V. Jensen, Managing Director, EBTC: Poul is the Director of EBTC, where his main focus is the SME and research communities, and his main mandate is to pragmatically execute the task of bringing EU and India even closer together in their strategic and operational relations. This includes addressing challenges in transferring clean technologies, providing input for developing clusters, and for developing procedures to enhance collaboration on R&D and innovation.

Hana Onderkova, IP Head, EBTC
Hana Onderkova, IP Head, EBTC

Hana Onderkova, IP Head, EBTC: Hana has 10 years of cross functional experience in the field of Intellectual Property (IPR). At EBTC, Hana’s role involves coordinating activities of European Patent Office (EPO) to enhance IP awareness of the Indian Industry as well as to foster co-operation with the relevant Indian authorities.  Hana is managing Europe-Indian IP Facilitation Forum which creates a body of knowledge together with partners and businesses.

When: 20th February 2020, 9:30am onwards Where: CoE – IoT & AI, Hartron Innovation Campus Plot No1, Udyog Vihar Phase 1 Gurugram, Haryana – 122016 https://goo.gl/maps/m8nHv64R3kbH9Y7q8

THIS SESSION IS FREE TO ATTEND, BUT REGISTRATION IS MANDATORYREGISTER NOW

AGENDA :
09:30 – 10:00 hrs REGISTRATION  
10:00 – 10:15 hrs INAUGURATION   Poul V. Jensen, Managing   Director, EBTC
10:15 – 11:00 hrs SESSION 1 – Patent information resources: overview & advantages of using it   Hana Onderkova, IP Head,   EBTC
11:00 – 11:45 hrs SESSION 2 – Hand on Session with the case study using freely available database   Ankita Tyagi, IP Manager,   EBTC
11:45 – 12:00 hrs BREAK
12:00 – 12:30 hrs KEYNOTE SESSION   Dr. Ajai Kumar Garg,     Director, MeitY
12:30 – 13:00 hrs SESSION 3 – Benefits for patent filing under Startup India program   B.P. Singh, Ex Jt. controller,   India Patent Office
13:00 – 13:30 hrs SESSION 4 – Case study on IPR, Patent journey by successful startups
13:30 – 14:30 hrs Networking Lunch

For any queries, please reach out to the undersigned at shantanu@nasscom.in

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