PIUG 2014 Annual Conference
An International Conference for Patent Information Professionals
Patent Knowledge & IP Strategy:
Riding the Waves of Change to Achieve Business Success
PIUG 2014 Annual Conference Presentations – April 2014
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Monday, April 28, 2013
Keynote Presentation: The Past Present & Future of Computer Curation of Patents & Scientific Literature, Stephen Boyer, Ph.D., Research Solutions for the ChemPharma Industry, IBM Almaden Research Center
Applying Information Analysis to Business Challenges at 3M, John Arenivar, 3M
Measuring and Modeling Innovation and Collaboration Networks at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, Thomas Houze, Georgetown University, Office of Technology Commercialization
A Way Out of the Crystal Maze, Christian Soltmann, EPO
Making Sense of a Small World, Alan L. Porter, Georgia Tech & Search Technology, Inc.
Pharma/Biotech v. Technology Patent Search and Analysis: Similarities and Differences, Dilip Pandya, Qualcomm
Multivariate Patent Similarity Detection, Kas Kasravi, Hewlett-Packard
Mining the Treasures for Competence: Human Resource & Technology Using Patent Information, Binqiang Liu, University of New Hampshire
Hooray for Hollywood – a Brief Encounter with Intellectual Property Rights in the Creative Industries., Stephen Adams, Magister Ltd.
Tuesday, April 29, 2013
Automated Patent Obviousness Detection, Kas Kasravi, Hewlett-Packard
Panel Discussion: Patent Counsels' Views on Patent Analytics/Citation Analysis
Moderator – John Arenivar, 3M
Panelists – Peter J. Gluck, Brown Rudnick LLP; Milan Kapadia, CoreLogic Inc.; Frederick J. Zustak, SONY
Empirical Instruction Obtained from Dojo-style School Program for Patent Information Map Analysis (PIMA) During 8 Years in Japan and Current Japanese Situation, Tsutomu (Ben) Kiriyama, Hayabusa International Patent Office
Machine Learning Approaches for Quantifying and Predicting Patent Quality, Yan Liu, University of Southern California
Visualizing Innovation Pathways and Technology Development Concentrations: A New Global Patent Map and Overlay Map Technique, Luciano Kay, University of California Santa Barbara
Searching the Future's Challenges Now, Barbara Miller, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, Inc.
Searching for Post-grant Events in the Life of a Patent, Kartar Singh Arora, Landon IP
Intellectual Property Protection Strategies for Nanotech, Kevin Noson, Fernandez & Associates, LLP
Wednesday, April 30, 2013
Update on the Unitary Patent – a view from the information specialist, Stephen Adams, Magister Ltd.
Patent Searching Panel: What Patent Attorneys Want When It Comes to Searching & Reporting Search Results
Moderator – Zhifu Shu, ExxonMobil
Panelists – David Bailey, KPPB LLP; Silvon Kalminov, IP Canon; Jennifer Yancy, Yancy IP
A Patent System Ontology for Facilitating Retrieval of Patent Related Information, Kincho Law, Stanford University
The Use of Patent Information to Support M & A Decisions, Miguel Iglesias, Questel
Welcome & Introduction, Susanne Hantos, Davies Collison Cave
Multivariate Patent Similarity Detection, Kas Kasravi, HP
Making Sense of a Small World, Jing Ma, Beijing Institute of Technology, and Alan Porter, Georgia Tech & Search Technology, Inc.
Pharma/biotech v. Technology Patent Search and Analysis, Dilip P. Pandya, Qualcomm
Minesoft Milestones! Here We Grow Again!, Doug van der Zee, Minesoft
The Next 30 Years: STN® Celebrates and Looks to the Future, Rainer Stuike-Prill, STN
Recent Developments at the EPO, Heiko Wongel, European Patent Office
PATENTSCOPE & ePCT: New Features and Developments Overview, Magdalena Zelenkovska, World Intellectual Property Organization
Activities & Progress of Patent Information Retrieval Contest (PIRC) in Japan, Izumi Tsuzuki, Committee of the Online Patent Retrieval Contest in Japan, and Sakae Nakamura, Asahi Kasei Corp.
To Collaborate or Not to Collaborate: The Case Study of Stem Cell Research in Israel, Talya Ponchek, University of Haifa, Israel
Understanding the Science & Art of IP Value to Help Optimize IP Strategy, Bob Stewart, Thomson Reuters
Creating a Recipe for Legal Status Reports, John Willmore, BizInt
A Wave of Change: Looking Inside ActionablePatents, Ilsoo (Bryan) Kim, Wisdomain
Patent Licensing & Negotiation Strategies, Paul Germeraad, Intellectual ASSETS Inc™