19 November 2020
Indonesia and online
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The Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology (APCTT) of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) in partnership with Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Indonesia organised international workshop on ‘Intellectual Property Management and Technology Transfer’ on 19 November 2020 at Jakarta, Indonesia. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, arrangements were made for international speakers and participants to join the workshop through virtual platform.

The workshop deliberated on policy framework for intellectual property and technology transfer – global and national perspectives; intellectual property management tools, strategies and best practices; and collaborative research to enhance technology transfer through Science and Technology Parks. Experts from India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Republic of Korea, and Thailand as well as from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) shared their perspectives and experiences related to intellectual property management, technology transfer and licensing. Case studies and best practices from different countries were also shared by the speakers. The workshop brought together over 100 participants comprising policy makers, representatives from government agencies, academia, R&D institutions and technology-based enterprises and other relevant stakeholders from Indonesia and several Asia-Pacific countries. 

Document Title Document type File Type Language
International Workshop on IPM Indonesia Final agenda Concept note PDF English
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Tools for strategic intellectual property management_Neeti Wilson, Anand and Anand, India Documents PDF English
IP commercialization, Infrastructures capturing the value of IP_Guy Pessach, WIPO, Switzerland Documents PDF English
Technology licensing Perspectives from a university technology licensing office_Biruntha Mooruthi, UNITEN R&D Sdn. Bhd, Malaysia Documents PDF English
National development planning on building STP Challenges and opportunities – perspectives from Indonesia_Rudi Arifiyanto, MNDP, Indonesia Documents PDF English
A path for collaborative research and technology commercialization – Strategies and best practices from Indonesia_Ika Dewi Ana, Universita, Indonesia Documents PDF English
Harnessing science, technology and innovation for inclusive and sustainable development - Role of IP_Michiko Enomoto, APCTT India Documents PDF English
Enabling national policy on intellectual property to support national development_Dra. Dede Mia Yusanti, Dede Mia Yusanti_MLHR, Indonesia Documents PDF English
Green Technology Marketplace with the effective utilization of IP_Yorimasa Suwa, WIPO GREEN, Japan Documents PDF English
Strategies and best practices of IP management and technology transfer – Thailand experiences_Orakanoke Phanraksa, NSTDA, Thailand Documents PDF English
Intellectual property as a tool for financing innovation and technology transfer_K.J.Hyung, KTFC, Republic of Korea Documents PDF English
Intellectual property management – Experience and best practices best practices_Harini Yaniar,LIPI, Indonesia Documents PDF English