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COLLABORATION

CIP builds, maintains and manages networks of international leaders and experts in the field of knowledge-based business from industry, academia and public actors. These networks supports and interacts to the furthest extent possible with all activities promoted, supported, coordinated or managed by the center and the CIP platform. CIP has an industry partner program with key actors such as Philips, Ericsson and Nestlé, collaborating on multiple levels of education and research activities.


 

IP and Open Innovation in Telecommunication Standards (in collaboration with Ericsson)

Bowman Heiden and Jens Andreasson have published the third article in a series on IP and open innovation in telecommunication standards, “Reevaluating Patent Damages in the Knowledge Economy: The Intellectual Value Chain and the Royalty Base for Standard-Essential Patents” in Criterion J. on Innovation.

The research project focuses on the role intellectual property plays in the sustainable development of open innovation platforms in the knowledge economy, in particular, the context of open standards in the telecommunication industry.

Terry Adams, Nestlé, visits CIP and the master’s education

Terry Adams, Assistant Vice President for Intellectual Asset Management at Nestlé, is visiting the master’s programs supported by CIP. Terry joins the course in Management of Open Innovation and Network based Markets, and shares his insights on open innovation and intellectual asset management at Nestlé and in the food sector.

Visit from Maaike van Velzen and Peter Ogg, Philips

Today Maaike van Velzen, Intellectual Property and Standards General Manager, and Peter Ogg, Project Manager at Global Brand Licensing, at Philips are visiting CIP in Gothenburg. They will have a lecture on the topic of “Branding in multinational corporations” for master’s students in the Brand Management course.

What is the CIP FORUM?

Founded in 2001, the CIP FORUM has a mission to drive the global development of wealth and welfare through the transformation of academia, industry, and society towards a knowledge-based economy. The vision of CIP FORUM is to constitute.

  1. An international conference and venue for global collaboration
  2. A network hub to document and disseminate information on the challenges of knowledge-based economic development
  3. An engine to drive international projects towards academia, industry, and governments
  4. An integrated support structure in the regional system for development

Check out cipforum.org for the full story and information on past events, and make sure to sign up for the newsletter to be informed about the next CIP FORUM.

Thought Leaders shaping the way forward

In 2014 CIP constituted a new advisory board in collaboration with Intellectual Property of Norway (IPiN). Consisting of a Global Council and Nordic Council, the advisory board includes many of the world’s leading voices in the field of IP and business strategy in combination with key decision makers from industry and policy actors in the Nordic region.

As CIP’s vision is to be a thought leader in the development of the knowledge economy, we are honored to have such a creative and dedicated group of advisor shaping the way forward.

Follow this link for more information on the CIP advisory board, and make sure to sign up for the newsletter to be updated on the latest entrepreneurial activities of our thought leaders.

Partnerships benefiting society

CIP was founded as a joint initiative with industry, and we would like to announce the continued support of our industry partners: Ericsson, Philips, Nokia, PARC, SKF, and Volvo. Thank you for your commitment to the mission of transforming knowledge into wealth and welfare for the benefit of society.

ipin CIP would also like to congratulate our partners at Intellectual Property of Norway (IPiN) on their first successful year of operation.

> Learn more about our current partners and collaboration opportunities at CIP.

IP and Open Innovation in Telecommunication Standards (in collaboration with Ericsson)

Bowman Heiden has published the second article in a series on IP and open innovation in telecommunication standards, “Valuing Standard Essential Patents in the Knowledge Economy: A Comparison of F/RAND Royalty Methodologies in US Courts.” in International Journal of Standardization Research.

The research project focuses on the role intellectual property plays in the sustainable development of open innovation platforms in the knowledge economy, in particular, the context of open standards in the telecommunication industry.

IP and Open Innovation in Telecommunication Standards (in collaboration with Ericsson)

Bowman Heiden has published the first of a series of articles on IP and open innovation in telecommunication standards. The paper “The viability of FRAND: How the seminal landmark Microsoft ruling could impact the value of standard essential patents and the future of telecom standards” is published in Telecommunications Policy.

The research project focuses on the role intellectual property plays in the sustainable development of open innovation platforms in the knowledge economy, in particular, the context of open standards in the telecommunication industry.