Wednesday Whimsies

Following Mozart's steps!
IBIL (UCL Institute of Brand and Innovation Law) events at UCL Cruciform Building in London. On Trial: Mozart and Other Pirates will take place on 1 June 2017, having as featured speakers: Christophe Rousset, Prof. Sir Robin Jacob, Prof. Anthony Julius, and His Honour Michael Fysh QC SC. On 21 June 2017, the 9th Annual Sir Hugh Laddie Lecture will take place. This year’s lecture is Making International IP Policy by Shira Perlmutter, Chief Policy Officer and Director of International Affairs at the USPTO and chaired by Prof. Sir Robin Jacob. For both events, attendance is free but registration is required.

Call for projects for the EPO Academic Research Programme. It aims to promote high-quality research on patent issues. Proposals on six topics tracks in economics, data sciences, IP management, and law, must be sent before 15 June 2017. Winning projects will be granted up to €100,000. More information, here

The CopyCamp 2017 conference is calling for speakers. The conference is focused on copyright aspects in Europe from a social and economic perspective. It will take place on 28 and 29 September 2017 in Warsaw. An abstract on specific topics tracks, such as heritage digitization, IoT, machine learning, health, food and hacking government data must be sent before 31 May 2017. Register here.

Call for applications for the American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) Information Justice Fellowship. It is targeted to outstanding foreign and US students enrolled in WCL’s LL.M. in Intellectual Property. The fellowship includes a partial tuition scholarship and the possibility to publish a research paper. More information, here.
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1 comment:

  1. The Cat That Walks by HimselfThursday, 4 May 2017 at 07:21:00 BST

    On Trial: Mozart and Other Pirates will take place on 1 June 2017, having as featured speakers: Christophe Rousset, Prof. Sir Robin Jacob, Prof. Anthony Julius, and His Honour Michael Fysh QC SC.

    A very interesting event!

    Under 'Other Pirates' it might be interesting to look into Rossini's opera 'The Barber of Seville', where he uses a melody of Vincenzo Bellini in Count Almaviva's canzone as Lindoro.

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