How patents are different from papers and how they can be useful for start-ups

Prof. Andre Reis - UFRGS, Brazil
Date and time
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at 5:00 PM - 4:45 p.m rinfresco; 5:00 p.m inizio seminario -- Sala Verde
Programme Director
Tiziano Villa
External reference
Publication date
November 6, 2012
Computer Science  


Professors and students are well acquainted with papers, as
the process of academic evaluation attributes high value to paper
publication as a form of academic work recognition. Patents are
different from papers, but with some small changes in the mindset,
academic writers can successfully write patents in their own. In this
talk, Prof. André Reis will present his personal trajectory that lad
him to understand the legal patent system starting with an academic
mindset. The attendees will receive insights on how to use the patent
system efficiently by adapting their paper writing and submission
skills. More than that, efficient patent strategies for start-ups will
be presented.

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