Universities serve as catalysts for scientific advancements and technological breakthroughs. Their research outcomes contribute valuable solutions to society and foster industrial development and technological innovation. Nurturing entrepreneurial scientists is crucial in universities to effectively merge scientific knowledge with business acumen.
Entrepreneurial scientists play critical roles in successfully commercializing IP and translating research outcomes into commercial products through collaborative partnerships with industry. They should equip the essential skills to navigate the process of commercialization, including securing funding, forming strategic partnerships, and understanding market dynamics.
Join us for a groundbreaking conference with the veteran of technology transfer and commercialization. Discover the keys to successful commercialization, master effective skills, and strategies, and explore challenges and opportunities in transforming research outcomes into commercial success while maintaining a balance with academic activities.
About the Speaker：
Mr. Philip Mendes
- Director of Opteon Services Pty Limited
- Adjunct Professor at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Mr. Mendes is a practicing lawyer for 32 years, exclusively as a technology transactions lawyer for the last 25 years. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Queensland University of Technology, where he lectures on the Management and Commercialization of Intellectual Property (IP) in the IP Law program. He is widely engaged as a consultant to universities, government, and companies, advising on innovation policy, IP polices, technology transfer, and commercialization improvement.
|Date:||04 September 2023 (Monday)|
|Venue:||N22 – G002|
|Title:||The Entrepreneurial Scientist and the Scientist’s Critical Roles in the Commercialization|
|Audience:||All staff and students are welcome|
|Enquiry:||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com|
Tel: 8822 8303 (Ms. Ao) or 8822 9143 (Ms. Sio)