CEIPI/WIPO/INPI Advanced Training Course on Intellectual Property, Technology Transfer and Licensing, from 9 to 18 November 2020, Strasbourg, France (distance learning)

26 October 2020: We are pleased to announce that, in order to adapt to the current situation and offer the opportunity for students and professionals around the world to enrol in our training course, the 2020 edition will be held in distance learning.

Overview

The CEIPI/WIPO/INPI Advanced Training Course on Intellectual Property, Technology Transfer and Licensing will take place from 9 to 18 November 2020 via distance learning.

Indeed, the programme and the timetables have been adapted to encourage networking between participants and to cover a wide range of time zones using Central European Time (CET) as a reference.

This advanced training course has been jointly organised since 1978 by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), the Center for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) and the French National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI). The current programme is a continuation of previous editions, focusing on the fundamental and contemporary legal and economic issues surrounding technologies and their transfer.

The seminar is particularly aimed at technology transfer professionals, including officials from university technology transfer offices, national and regional intellectual property offices and ministries of science and technology. With an integrated and practical approach, this course will also be of interest to lawyers and economists. 

Participants can thus benefit from the expertise of specialists from various international organisations, renowned research institutes and universities, and professionals from the private sector, as well as from exchanges with their counterparts from all over the world. The programme's relevance to developed countries, emerging and developing economies makes it a unique forum for exchanging experiences and sharing opportunities.

Click here to download the programme for 2020.

The participants during the welcome ceremony at the City Hall in Strasbourg
After the certificate handout ceremony

Intended audience

The technology transfer professionals involved are staff members of the:

- specialised research and development departments of research centres and university laboratories;

- public technology transfer bodies;

- national intellectual property offices;

- private companies specialising in technology transfer;

- as well as independent professionals.

Language of training

English

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of intellectual property law and technology transfer.

Teaching objectives

The aim of this training is to deepen and update knowledge in the field of technology transfer.

Acquired knowledge

At the end of the course, participants will have acquired new knowledge about:

- the different mechanisms of technology transfer and intellectual property management;

- the practices of organisation and negotiation of licences;

- the specificities of technology transfer in the medical field.

Content

The content of the advanced seminar is determined by its pedagogical objectives and the skills to be acquired. Each year's programme is modified in part to take into account new practices and knowledge in the field of technology transfer.

The courses will include in particular

- the role of intellectual property in technology transfer ;

- the management of intellectual property assets and licensing ;

- public-private cooperation in technology transfer;

- specificities of technology transfer for public research centres, SMEs and large enterprises ;

- specificities of technology transfer in the medical field ;

- international technology transfer, international intellectual property law and development ;

- the negotiation and drafting of licensing agreements in the field of technology transfer ;

- open innovation and intellectual property ;

- the operation of technology transfer institutions;

- case studies / sharing of success stories.

Programme of the previous years

You can downoad below the programmes of the CEIPI/WIPO/INPI Advanced Training Courses which were held the past years.

Speakers

The courses are given by technology transfer experts and practitioners from different countries.

Teaching methods

Presentations, discussions and exchange of experiences, case studies, group work

Course materials

The course materials are shared via the intranet dedicated to training.

Nature and sanction of the training

This training constitutes an action of adaptation and development of skills. It leads to the delivery of a certificate of attendance and a certificate signed by the WIPO, CEIPI and INPI.

Participation fees

  • Full programme (9 to 18 November 2020): 1,200 €
  • 1st week only (9 to 13 November 2020): 700 €
  • Technology transfer module in the medical field (12 and 13 November 2020): 350 €

Registration

          Contacts

          Scientific responsible

          Oleksandr Bulayenko, Researcher and Educational and Scientific Coordinator

          Tel : + 33 (0)3 68 85 80 83

          E-mail : bulayenko@ceipi.edu

           

          Information and registration

          Sylvie Kra, Training assistant

          Tel : +33 (0)3 68 85 80 19

          E-mail : sylvie.kra@ceipi.edu