Bowman Heiden, Deputy Director of CIP, today participated in a panel discussion on “The role of standards and intellectual property rights for digital innovation” in the recent JRC-Seville/DG CONNECT final conference on European Innovation Policies for the Digital Shift. The conference was held in Brussels with representatives from the ICT industry, European Commission staff and academia working on issues related to the digital economy. Focus was to discuss innovation policies for the Digital Single Market.
Ulf Petrusson’s comprehensive manual on IP and the utilization of academic research, Forskning och Nytta, has just been published. It is focused on the role of intellectual asset/property management to facilitate the utilization of academic research and is based on research performed in relation between CIP and Institute for Innovation and Social Change. The goal is to promote an executable framework for analysis of research results and design of utilization strategies, and the framework has been deployed in the development of the innovation system at University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology, as well as in the graduate courses at Sahlgrenska School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship.
Bowman Heiden, Deputy Director of CIP, presented together with Roberto Castagno of Nokia, Kim Sibelius of Berggren, and Niklas Östman of Roschier at the IPR University Center seminar on “The Logistics of Ideas” in Helsinki, Finland.