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INSPIRING SPEAKERS | TRANSFERRING KNOWLEDGE

Top talent chosen for their impact


 Programme schedule


NAAC MEETING
NAAC MEETING

NAAC MEETING

  13:30 - 15:30
  

Representatives from all the European national associations are invited to this meeting chaired by Santiago Romo Urroz.

LEIDEN CITY TOUR
LEIDEN CITY TOUR

LEIDEN CITY TOUR

  16:00 - 18:00
  Meeting point: Front door, Leiden Central Station

Join this tour of the historical city of Leiden. Wander the canaled streets, past beautiful buildings dating from the 16th Centuary, visit the close from where the Pilgrim Fathers departed before heading to Plymouth and boarding the Mayflower.

There is so much to see and enjoy in Leiden, let this tour take you beneath the surface of this beautiful city.

The tour will end at the town hall in time for the Welcome Reception.

WELCOME RECEPTION
WELCOME RECEPTION

WELCOME RECEPTION

  18:00 - 19:30
  Meeting point: Front door, Leiden Central Station

Launch these days of learning in the company of all meeting participants, Board, staff and volunteers of ASTP-Proton. Enjoy the luxurious surroundings of Leiden City Hall and get networking.

We will travel on foot through the city to the reception where you shall also be able to collect your badge for the conference.

REGISTRATION DESK OPEN
REGISTRATION DESK OPEN

REGISTRATION DESK OPEN

  07:45
  

Collect your badge from the ASTP-Proton desk. The desk shall be open throughout the event, so come along to meet the HQ staff and learn more about our events and services.

OPENING PLENARY SESSION
OPENING PLENARY SESSION

OPENING PLENARY SESSION

  09:00 - 10:30
  

Welcome to Leiden

Welcome by Henric Rhedin, President, ASTP-Proton

The Future of KTOs

KTOs act as an interface between universities/PROs and the innovation ecosystem connecting with industry, SMEs, investors and other stakeholders. Managing intellectual property also means finding a balance between the interests of academics and the mission of the university.

What expectations do clients and stakeholders have of the KTO? How do these expectations match the mission and vision of the TTO?

These questions, and many more, will be addressed by our professional panel comprising of: academic researchers, departmental heads, a vice-chancellor, a private company and/or an investor.

Moderator: Henric Rhedin, President, ASTP-Proton

Panel:

Gerrit Meijer, Group leader, Translational Gastrointestinal Oncology, Netherlands Cancer Institute, Netherlands,
Antonino Rotolo, Vice Chancellor, University of Bologna, Italy

WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP: IMPROVING IP SCOUTING ACTIVITIES

  11:00-13:00
  

Track I: Day to Day Practice

Any KTO’s output is highly dependent on a large pool of excellent research results and potentially valuable inventions. There are many ways in which KTOs can tackle this activity. In this workshop, we will exchange best-practice models for IP scouting in our respective research organisations.

Facilitator: Jon Wulff Petersen, Director, TTO, Denmark

WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP: OWNERSHIP AND LICENSING OF KNOW-HOW

  11:00 - 13:00
  

Track II: Legal Update

The recent EU Know-how Directive introduced a specific definition and protection of trade secrets, aimed at promoting investment in acquisitions, and the use and valorization of know-how.

While many private companies build their business model on secret know-how, universities and public research organisations, which have dissemination of knowledge as a core mission, are ill prepared to deal with know-how. Are there best practices to share and pitfalls to avoid?

This workshop will provide an overview of the legal situation, then elaborate on the terms and conditions for licensing or transferring know-how.

Facilitator: Christoph Neubauer, Legal Counsel for Research Agreements and Industrial Collaborations, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP: CREATING VALUE FROM RESEARCH DATA

  14:00 - 16:00
  

Track I: Day to Day Practice

The research environment recognises that research data have a certain value, are in demand, and can be used commercially. In the meantime, efforts are underway to make all research data publicly available.

This workshop aims to clarify the kind of data can be used commercially, under what conditions, and investigate the questions a university must ask itself regarding research data.

WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP: AGREEMENT WITH PARTNERS BEYOND THE EU

  14:00 - 16:00
  

Track II: Legal Update

Negotiating agreements with commercial partners beyond the EU can present challenges such as; choice of law, tax regulations, liability clauses, and the notorious General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR ).

In this workshop, we shall present the main challenges and discuss how to overcome them. Take this opportunity to learn from each other's experiences, tips and tricks on working outside the EU.

WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP: CONFLICT RESOLUTION

  14:00 - 16:00
  

Track III: Soft Skills Lab

Conflict often seems to be an integral part of working in a TTO. Dealing with disgruntled professors, unhappy management, an ill-informed finance office, a difficult commercial partner, or another bullish TTO, are often part of our daily responsibilities.

The trick is to understand why a conflict arises and how to prevent it escalating out of proportion. This workshop will help you with just that. It will be fun, embarrassing (we guarantee you will recognise some of your own mistakes!) and illuminating.

PLENARY: FEEDBACK ON WORKSHOP
PLENARY: FEEDBACK ON WORKSHOP

FEEDBACK ON WORKSHOP

  16:30 - 17:30
  

Hear a round up of the discussion from the workshops you didn’t manage to attend.

CONFERENCE DINNER
CONFERENCE DINNER

FALL MEETING DINNER

  19:00 - 22:30
  

Come together will all the participants and speakers for the Fall Meeting dinner.

This is a great opportunity to network, meet up with old friends, and make new ones too.

PLENARY SESSION
PLENARY SESSION

PLENARY SESSION

  09:00 - 10:30
  

Open Science: The reality and implications for TTOs

The most recent EU policies encourage the adoption of an Open Science approach to the scientific process based on collaborative effort and results sharing, which aims to ensure the greatest impact of investments put into research and innovation. In addition, private organisations require incentives to undertake the risky investments needed to translate research results into market-ready innovations. The conclusions of a workshop organised by the JRC and the DG Research and Innovation in 2017 show that there are no incompatibilities between IPR and Open Science. However, how can universities strike the right balance between IPR protection and Open Science?

This session will provide participants with a clear understanding of the Open Science approach and its implications for IP management and technology transfer practices.

Speaker: Ulf Petrusson, Gothenburg University, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP: DEALING WITH JOINT INVENTION

  11:00 - 13:00
  

Track I: Day to Day Practice

Joint inventions with academic partners or industry, can come with some difficulties; administrative and financial issues must be solved which can be problematic. In the academic world , cost sharing, administrative fees, rights of the leading party are frequently discussed, while industrial partners are keen on the unrestricted use of the technology.

This workshop shall address how to avoid common pitfalls when managing a joint invention project.

Facilitator: Gabriel Clerc, Senior Adviser, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP: GUIDING PRINCIPLES AMONG ASTP MEMBERS

  11:00 - 13:00
  

Track II: Legal Update

Developing Guiding Principles when negotiating with each other

As ASTP-Proton members, not only do we meet at conferences and seminars but also around the negotiating table.

In this workshop we shall explore the possibilities of developing guiding principles for dealing with each other in order to smoothen the path to agreements, and thus save us all valuable time and resources.

WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP IMPACT CAFÉ: UPGRADE YOURSELF – SSHA TRANSFER TO DEAL WITH BODY-COMPUTER-INTERFACES

  11:00 - 13:00
  

Track III: Special Skills

This Humanities Impact Hub based-workshop will combine the SSHA-perspective with the future-relevant topic “body-computer-interfaces”. Based on three inspiring talks from a company and two SSHA academics we will go through the interactive Impact Café-format in order to find answers for questions like: Which expectations are related to the topic? Which are the core questions that need to be answered? What may SSHA contribute?

Due to the collaboration with Brave New World, the audience of this workshop will consist of KTOs, but also includes the Brave New World community.

Facilitator: Christoph Köller, Co-founder and Managing Partner, Görgen & Köller GmbH, Germany

WORKSHOP FEEDBACK SESSION
WORKSHOP FEEDBACK SESSION

WORKSHOP FEEDBACK SESSION

  14:00 - 14:30
  

Find out what was happening in the other workshop sessions while you were busy concentrating on other things.

FINAL PLENARY
FINAL PLENARY

FINAL PLENARY

  14:30 - 16:00
  

Dirty Tricks in Licensing

We have all tried it. We have been tricked when negotiating and sometimes we do not even discover it has happened until it is too late. Other times, we know very well what is happening but do not know how to deal with it.

This speaker will take us down the dark road of dirty tricks we have encountered or will encounter when negotiating licensing agreements. This is your opportunity to get that bit smarter and, perhaps, avoid being tricked altogether.

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Venue location

Holiday Inn Leiden, Haagse Schouwweg 10, 2332 KG Leiden


Hotels


 Holiday Inn Leiden ****
Price per single room (per night): €100.00

Holiday Inn Leiden ****

Conference venue
Haagse Schouwweg 10
2332 KG Leiden
Netherlands

To book the Holiday Inn, click here. This rate applies for check in on the 6th, out 8th November.

Ibis Leiden Centre Hotel ***
Price per single room (per night): €99.00

Ibis Leiden Centre Hotel ***

Stationsplein 240-242,
2312 AR Leiden,
Netherlands

For reservation please quote ASTP-Proton in the subject heading. For reservation please email direct to:H8087-RE@accor.com.

Tulip Inn Leiden Centre ***
Price per single room (per night): €109.00

Tulip Inn Leiden Centre ***

Schipholweg 3,
2316 XB Leiden,
Netherlands

For reservation, please email to: reservations@goldentulipleidencentre.nl and quote ASTP-Proton in the subject heading.

Golden Tulip Leiden Centre ****
Price per single room (per night): €129.00

Golden Tulip Leiden Centre ****

Schipholweg 3,
2316 XB Leiden,
Netherlands

For reservation, please email to: reservations@goldentulipleidencentre.nl and quote ASTP-Proton in the subject heading.

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  • DATE

    7-8 November 2018
  • LOCATION

    Leiden, Netherlands
  • SESSIONS

    14+
  • SPEAKERS

    20+