IPR, translation & exploitation of research IPR, translation & exploitation of research

ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NEUROSCIENCE -
TURNING SCIENCE INTO INVENTION & INNOVATION

4-6 JULY 2018, KALKSCHEUNE BERLIN, GERMANY

This "hackathon" style workshop is a hands-on intensive experience complementing the theoretical aspects of the online course on intellectual property rights, translation and exploitation of research. Students will work in small multi-disciplinary teams to assemble joint applied research proposals in the wide range of fields in brain science. Experienced entrepreneurs, top executives at the interface between academia and industry and researchers from academia will present, mentor and advise on the translational aspects of the off ered projects including how to advance their proposal from the lab to market, understand the problems and accordingly defi ne the needs in the chosen fi eld, how to choose or identify the target population, patentability options and how to build a business model. Finally, they will present their proposals to industry and academy experts. The workshop is a unique experience of diving into the entrepreneurial world, learning how to incorporate innovation and entrepreneurship mindset and concepts into day-to-day research work and beyond.

 

 

Application is closed. 

Programme Programme

Download the scientific programme booklet for the 2nd HBP Curriculum Workshop – Entrepreneurship in neuroscience - Turning science into invention & innovation. 

 

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:

  • Dana Bar-On
    - Introduction and guidelines for the workshop
    - I-TED – Personal presentations of all participants
    - Presenting the applied neuroscience projects: Science & technology - division into working groups
    Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel
     
  • Michael Ehrlich – Product-market fit
    New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), USA
     
  • Craig Curtis Garner - Next Gen. Innovators – Career development mini-workshop with host researchersentrepreneurs and student open discussion
    SPARK Berlin, Germany
     
  • Vedrana Högqvist-Tabor - Next Gen. Innovators – Career development mini-workshop with host researchersentrepreneurs and student open discussion
    Boost Health, Germany
     
  • Ute Kilger – Interactive Patents & IP Mini-Workshop
    Boehmert & Boehmert, Germany
     
  • Yesha Sivan – Blue Ocean Strategy for innovation – Mini-Workshop
    Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel
     
  • Manuel Guererro - Data use and ethical issues in HBP (joint lecture)
    Karolinska Institutet (KI), Sweden

Scientific chair Scientific chair

Dana Bar-On | TAU

 

 

Kindly supported by: 

Organisation Organisation

HBP Education Programme Office:
Lisa-Marie Leichter | MUI
Stefan Mittermayr | MUI