PIUG 2015 Annual Conference Presentations – May 2015
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Monday, May 4, 2015
Welcome, Elliott Linder, PIUG Chair
Keynote Presentation: Patent Trolls – The Myth and Reality, Raymond P. Niro, Niro, Haller & Niro
Citational Relevance and Inter Partes Review, Matthew Beers, Ocean Tomo
Lessons and Pitfalls in Freedom to Operate Searching: Always Ask, "Can the Client Get Sued Over This?", Irene Zajac, Global Patent Solutions
Training for the TPS* Marathon (*Thorough Patent Search), Kristine Atkinson, A/A Patent Investigations
The Derwent Markush Database and the Journey to a Unified Solution for Generic Chemical Structure Searching on STN, Thomas Stengel, FIZ-Karlsruhe
A Case Study in Intellectual Property Landscape and Taxonomy Development, Kevin J. Hess, Consultant
Using Patent Analysis to Trace Knowledge and Inform Federal Funding: A Case Study of Additive Manufacturing, Vanessa I. Peña, IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute
Adding Value to Information with Creative, Customized Search Reports, David S. Saari, Science IP, CAS Search Service
Strategies for Creating a Technology Landscape, Diana Koppang, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Strategies & Tactics for Using Patents in Competitive Intelligence, Heather Simmons, University of Illinois
Keeping R&D Up to Date on Competitive IP Activity), Sara Peters and Susan Jacobson, General Mills (Permission was not received from the presenters to make the file available after the Conference.
Can I Buy, License, or Acquire It?, Jane List, Extract Information Ltd.
Valuation of IP from Cradle to Grave – Guidelines for Patent Search Professionals, Kartar Arora, Landon IP
How to Effectively Monitor Your Competition, Nathan Frederick, Cardinal IP
Current Developments in the Future Certification of Patent Information Professionals, Susanne Hantos, Davies Collison Cave
The Use of Patent Analytics for Informing Public Policy Decisions in Australia, Alica Daly, IP Australia
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Intellectual Property (IP) Analytics and "Product Adjacency" Assisted Strategic Invention Planning Towards Technology Solution Development, Quaisher Alam, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) (No presentation file is available.)
What's Behind China's Recent Patent Explosion?, Dilip P. Pandya, Qualcomm Incorporated
Lost in Translation – the Language Regime for Obtaining Patent Protection in Europe, Stephen Adams, Magister Ltd.
Different Hats – Divergences in Patent Information Perspectives Between Patent Attorneys and Examiners, Ross Heisey, IP Australia
Current Situation and Progress of the Patent Search Grand Prix (PSGp) in Japan, Izumi Tsuzuki, HIT Service Institute and and Sakae Nakamura, Asahi Kasei Corporation
How to Educate Distributed Audiences, Roland Feinäugle, European Patent Office
WIPO's Portal to Authoritative Patent Register Sources, Lutz Mailänder, World Intellectual Property Organization
Building Better Search Queries with the New STN Term Explorer, Brian Sweet, STN
LifeQuest: A Novel Keyword Search Application for Life Science IP Analysis, Richard Resnick, GenomeQuest
Enhancing Patent Family Display in BizInt Smart Charts in Patents, John Willmore, BizInt Solutions
"Meet the Trackers" and Learn More About the Updated PatBase™ Analytics and FTO Filtered View, Doug van der Zee, Minesoft
Tracing the Evolution of Innovation: How Predictive Analytics are being used within Cognitive Intelligence Research to Drive Business Decisions, Brian McGlynn and Jeffrey Cozzo, IP.com
Finding Correct Prior Art, Ron Kaminecki, Kaminecki IP
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