SIBIU! IP Workshop: Creating Values – Impact & Exploitation in Horizon 2020 project proposals Event

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Date: 
Thursday, 19.10.2017
Time: 
tbc - afternoon time slot
Location: 
Sibiu, Romania
Host: 
10th International Conference on Engineering and Business Education (ICEBE)
Speaker: 
Jörg Scherer

 

European IPR Helpdesk @ 10th International Conference on Engineering and Business Education (ICEBE)

“Creating a mindset for growth and socio-economic development”

19 - 22 October 2017 - Sibiu, Romania

 

Workshop Title: Creating Values – Impact & Exploitation in Horizon 2020 project proposals

Facilitator: Jörg Scherer

Affiliation: Head of Training & Awareness Raising Activities European IPR Helpdesk / CEO Eurice GmbH

Duration: 75 minutes

Description:

Horizon 2020 is a very attractive and flexible programme to incorporate intellectual assets into proper exploitation strategies for further technology development or business solutions. The new work programme spanning the upcoming period of 2018-2020 will have EU funding of around €30 billion, making it by far the largest single integrated programme of publicly funded research and innovation during this period across the EU.

Boosting impacts including  more  effective  dissemination  and  exploitation  of  research results (Intellectual Property/IP) has  been  the  guiding  principle throughout  the  elaboration of the new calls for proposals – creating new challenges and expectations to be met by applicants/consortia.

The workshop will therefore address the overall topic of how to create value through professional management and exploitation of IP. Based on a very practical and comprehensive training approach, participants will be made familiar with central concepts and strategies of how to turn intellectual assets into value-creating innovations and increase the impact of Horizon 2020 project results – as expected by project evaluators .

Expected outcome:

The workshop addresses proper exploitation strategies for proposals ranging from basic research to systems operations.

·         How will results be protected?

·         How will Joint Ownership be treated?

·         How will the exchange of existing knowledge and know-how (i.e. “background”) and results among partners and external stakeholders be managed? What are the best conditions to grant access rights?

·         What are the best and most viable routes for exploitation of Horizon 2020 results?