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Niccolò Galli at DICE Competition Law & Econ PhD Seminar

Düsseldorf (DE), November 29, 2018 – Niccolò Galli, ESR3, presented during t..

Vicente Zafrilla Díaz-Marta at Max Planck Institute

9th of November 2018, Vicente Zafrilla Díaz-Marta, delivered a lec..

Maurizio Crupi at IGIR Lunch Seminar

ESR4 presented the progress of his research at the IGIR Lunch Seminar (https..

Niccolò Galli at TILEC 15th Anniversary Conference

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Francesca Mazzi and Naina Khanna presented at Hovione, Lumiar

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Anastasiia Kyrylenko won prize

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Maurizio Crupi invited to the Consejo Regulador I.G.P. Jijona Y Turron

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Clara Ducimetières paper presentation in Berlin

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Special Lecture by Naina Khanna

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Tamar Khuchua´s presentation in Stockholm

Tamar Khuchua (ESR 14), Doctoral Candidate and Early Stage Researcher at CEI..

European IP Institutes Network Innovation Society (EIPIN-Innovation Society)

A Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska Curie Action ITN-EJD

EIPIN, a consortium of leading research and training centres in intellectual property, presents EIPIN-Innovation Society.

EIPIN-Innovation Society is a comprehensive project at the forefront of multidisciplinary research, examining the role of intellectual property (IP) as a complex adaptive system in innovation. The ambition is to enhance Europe’s capacity to foster innovation-based sustainable economic growth globally. The primary research objective of the programme is to provide political leaders and stakeholders reliable conclusions and recommendations in the form of doctoral IP research on how to deal with the adaptive complexities of innovation cycles that secure economic benefits and uphold justice in the innovation society.

Fifteen Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) are trained to present their research findings on a number of topics of great societal interest, and to guide inventors and entrepreneurs through the lifecycle of IP-intensive assets that takes human creativity into the marketplace. The programme provides for an unprecedented environment for ESRs, leading ultimately to the award of a joint or double doctoral degree.

The involvement of industry associations representing numerous undertakings provides great access to non-academic actors. The ESR positions are open to candidates from all domains of sciences, providing a solid foundation for cross-cutting research in the area of innovation policies, while overcoming a traditional separation of disciplines.

More information on this project here.