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Digital Innovations SIG: World Lunch #4

Quantum computing is one of the next big technologies. Robert Harrison, who is also a Board Member of the European Quantum Industry Consortium, explains how to gain an understanding of the physics and maths behind quantum computing and the IP rights involved.



Openness, IPR and Technology Transfer

This webinar aims to clarify the differences between “open” practices and policies and to show that openness is not incompatible with IP protection or commercial exploitation. The focus on “open” requirements will be in the context of the EC’s Horizon Europe funding programme, and the implications for TTOs.



KEVRI: the smarter way to translate knowledge into impact

In this dynamic session, Corin and Natalie provide valuable insights about fostering collaborations between universities and businesses to drive innovation. Learn about best practices and real-world use cases. Discover how KEVRI can streamline workflows, enhance collaboration, and drive results.



Morning Plenary | Transforming Technology Transfer

During this insightful session, Alastair Banks presented the numerous ways Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming technology transfer and how KTOs and TTOs should consider using it in their everyday activities. The session thoroughly explores tools like ChatGPT and LinkedIn Sales Navigator.



Digital Innovations World Lunch #3

Speaker, Koen Verhoef, will be discussing conceptual and procedural aspects of providing such data access and will share details on the commercial terms of a number contracts that we have negotiated with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning companies. As this is a relatively new aspect that KTOs are dealing with, we aim to make this an interactive session and hope that participants are willing to share their own experiences on this topic.



Tea with ASTP: From Science to the Market with Open Source Projects

The presentation illustrates the impact of using open-source software in the different phases of the entrepreneurship journey, from academic research to the commercialisation of the product, passing through technology transfer.



Digital Innovations SIG: World Lunch #2, Digital Start-ups

Malcolm Bain and Florian Kirschenhofer, two of the coordinators of the DI SIG discuss specific challenges for digital start-ups, including IP identification, protection and licensing models, business models, key issues for tech transfer agreements, and ongoing collaboration with university.



Tea with ASTP: Forget the guesstimate

Forget the guesstimate: a statistics-based approach to royalty structuring and quantifying



Digital Innovations SIG: World Lunch #1, Open Source

This first edition of the Digital Innovations SIG's Online World Lunch discussed Open Science and Open-Source policies of universities. Increasingly result in academic software are published under a Free Open-Source Software (FOSS) license.

  • Aimed at: Digital Innovators, Sofware specialists
  • TTO: TTO

Training Materials

Present and Future of Software Licensing

Recording of the online workshop organised by the Digital Innovations SIG on 29 April 2021 | The Present and Future of Software Licensing - Mirko Lukacs of Utrecht Holdings