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Master’s Thesis Presentation Days

Master’s thesis presentation days

The students in the master’s programmes supported by CIP presented their master’s thesis work during June 8th-9th and we are proud of the exciting work they have performed on interesting and relevant topics relating to IP, technology development, entrepreneurship and business development.

The theses presented were:

  • Trade Secret Management in Growing Small Businesses – Stephanie Regner
  • Industry 4.0 – Nora Frostbrink
  • Intellectual Drivers of Private and Software-Based Open Innovation – Cecilia Johansson
  • Defining Characteristics and Means of Technology Transfer Practices in Four European Union Universities – Roberto Perez
  • The Transfer of Intellectual Assets in an Open Innovation Environment and the Value this Creates for SMEs – Rebecka Johansson & Christoffer Dall
  • Diversity in Boards of Directors as a Source of Intellectual Capital – The Case of Swedish Startups – Karla Soler Riba & Camila Florez
  • Operating Companies Against Startups – a Study of the US Patent Litigation Landscape – Fredrik Johansson & Christian Birch-Jensen
  • Evaluation of a Machine Learning System for Patent Classification – Carl Dernestam Jansson
  • Rebadging as a Strategy to Reach New Customers – Wesley Overklift
  • Strategic Analysis of Value Estimation of an Early Stage Product – Malin Kjällström
  • Utilization of Databases Created in University Research Projects – Christopher Nävås
  • The Effect on Biotech Companies by the Recent Judicial Changes in Patent Law – Isabella Carlsson
  • Open Source Licensing within Life Science – Daniel Fathi Najafi
  • Domain Names – Protection, Effective Eemedies and Business Relevance – Viktor Möller