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Innovation and Intellectual Property Management (IIPM) Laboratory

This international and collaborative project focuses on IP rights and their management with emphasis on digital property, such as data and data driven businesses and industries.

 

The project is funded by Vinnova, the Swedish agency for innovation system research and  involves colleagues from Chalmers University of Technology (e.g. Ove Granstrand and Marcus Holgersson), the University of Gothenburg (e.g. Marueen McKelvey) and Uppsala University (e.g. Bengt Domeij).

 

The aim of this research project is to increase our managerial, economic, legal and technological (MELT) knowledge about:

 

  • the theoretical and empirical relations between the 5 key factors: R&D, intellectual assets (IAs), innovations, growth and societal value creation 
  • how digital technologies interact with these relations.

 

We are particularly involved work packages focusing on patent information analysis and the role and design of IP rights for data based industries. The project runs for two years starting in February 2018.

 

Further details are available here

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Congratulations to Jannik Fritz who graduated today with an MPhil. Jannik has complete his MPhil research with the IIPM Lab focused on developing a tool that helps technology ventures developing IP strategies. His research is based on our IP roadmapping work. image.jpg