Collaboration between SGSAH, Vitae and IPO - for doctoral researchers interested in intellectual property and its impact on their research.

Issued: Fri, 26 Jan 2018 16:44:00 GMT

IP for Research Webinar, 23 March 2020, 2pm- 3.30pm

Book now for this unique ‘IP for Research’ webinar which will help those working across the arts and humanities consider how to protect their intellectual creations.

This online session will include an overview of what intellectual property is and why it matters. There will be creative case studies as well as opportunities for questions.

This webinar is supported by Vitae and IPO in collaboration with SGSAH and CREATe. It is suitable for arts and humanities doctoral researchers who are particularly interested in intellectual property and the impact it can have on their own research and creative output.

 

Programme

1400-1420 Introduction to Intellectual Property:

  • Overview of copyright, patents and registered design
  • What it is IP
  • Why IP matters
  • Background to the role of the IPO

1420-1440 Overview of Copyright for creative output and protecting intellectual creations

1440-1450 Applied copyright and case studies

1450-1500 Common misconceptions/myth busting

1500-1520 SGSAH and Intellectual Property

1520-1530 Final Q&A, completion of post webinar survey and close

 

Benefits of this workshop:

• Advancing knowledge and skills of doctoral researchers

• Supporting next generation of researchers, policy makers, entrepreneurs and business leaders

• Creating new knowledge to underpin the evolution of new ideas, services and products

• Building mutually beneficial relationships between industry and research

 

Places are in heavy demand and will allocated on a first come serve basis.

BOOK NOW to avoid disappointment.