Master course: Patenting for Innovation @EELISA
Intellectual Properties (IPs) in general and especially patents play an important role in innovation in any Hightech society. This topic is multi-faceted and can be accessed from different viewpoints e.g. business, politics, legal framework, organization, etc.
During the course, students will learn to understand the role of patenting in the innovation process. By doing so, they will gain deeper insights into the roles of IP in various types of businesses and in different regions and contexts.
In this course, we will focus on:
– the introduction to IPs and patents in general,
– the role of IPs and patents in research, development and (open) innovation,
– the patent exploitation through licensing contracts and patent pools,
– the patent policies in the European Union, China and USA.
=> Application for EELISA (non-FAU students) students using this form HERE
=> Applications Deadline: 11.10.2021 (special, but limited contingent for EELISA students)
=> Notification of acceptance: until 18.10.2021
=> Examination: Seminar Paper
=> ECTS: 5 credit points (please assure recognition of the course with your local study coordinator)