“Intellectual property: the ILO and ICO view on the drivers and barriers for industry at RIs”
Welcome to the #ENRIITCyourCoffee: season 1! This series will build on the topics from our 1st Networking Meeting and will consist of quick, 30-minute sessions where members of the ENRIITC community can join together virtually as a way to network, learn, collaborate and stay connected. Each session will cover one specific topic briefly introduced by that week’s host, followed by an open discussion with the participants.
Episode 5: "Intellectual property: the ILO and ICO view on the drivers and barriers for industry at RIs" will be led by Ed Mitchell, Head of Business Development Office at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, and will take place on 15 December from 11:00 – 11:30 CET. Ed will guide us through an interesting and interactive discussion about the intellectual property challenges faced when RIs and industry work together.
We invite all members of our community to join this quick, informal discussion! As one of the main goals of ENRIITC is to build a pan-European Network of ILOs and ICOs, this is a perfect opportunity for all our members to meet and understand who they are and what challenges they face.
The main session will last for only 30 minutes; however, the virtual conference room will remain open until 12:00 CET for the participants who would like to continue the discussion. We also invite all to join our ENRIITC LinkedIn group where you can continue the conversation online and exchange contact information with others.
Join in on the discussion here!
Episode 5: "Intellectual property: the ILO and ICO view on the drivers and barriers for industry at RIs"
15 December 11:00 - 11:30 CET
11:00 Introduction of topic
11:10 Open floor for discussion
11:30 End of primary session
12:00 ZOOM link closes
Do you have an idea for a session topic or would be interested in hosting a session? Please email us at email@example.com!
ENRIITC is funded by the European Union Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020, under grant agreement 871112.