IP Up in the Air: Airbus IP Seminar

Anyone who knows the AmeriKat knows how much she absolutely adores airplanes.  There is nothing so cool to her as the incredible power, engineering prowess and beauty of airplanes.  The sound of the thrust reversal roaring into action upon landing is one of her favorite sounds (she takes out the noise cancelling ear phones for that one...).  And as soon as she disembarks from a long-haul flight, she looks back at the airplane that has just taken her over the Atlantic or across the world, to the still rotating blades of the Rolls-Royce or GE engines and beams.  And she has been known to spend a good hour watching tricky airplane take-offs and landings on YouTube.  

Yes, she is an aviation nerd.  So, it is with great pleasure that she lets IPKat readers know about next week's IP Seminar 2018 at the Airbus Leadership University in Toulouse-Blagnac, organized by Premier Cercle on 6-7 December 2018.  The program includes:

  • IP in Aerospace:  An Overview of Major Issues
  • Standard Essential Patents in the Industry:  An Update
  • Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality Applications and Implications
  • IP at the Heart of Technology & Innovation, including what can be learned from the automotive industry.  

The speaker line up is pretty impressive and includes:

  • Brice Allibert, Deputy Head of Unity, Antitrust, DG Competition (European Commission)
  • Heike Blum, Senior Legal Counsel, IP (Airbus)
  • Paula Hay, Head of Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing (UTC Aerospace Systems)
  • Laura Bonnes, Senior IP Counsel (Philips)
  • Raymond Millien, VP and Chief IP Counsel (Volvo Cars)
  • Dr Bobby Mukherjee, Chief Counsel (BAE Systems)
  • Troy S Prince, VP & Chief IP Counsel (Pratt & Whitney)
  • Bruno Saint-Jalmes, Chief Designer, VP - Head of Design Studio (Airbus)
On 6 December, the day is devoted to inventor remuneration and the AmeriKat spied an interesting session on the use of blockchain to lab notebooks (see program here).  

So, if you are like the AmeriKat and big jet engines and IP are your thing, this event is not to be missed.  You can register for the conference here at €1050 (for November).  IPKat readers benefit from a 10% discount when registering with the code: IPKAT. 

IP Up in the Air: Airbus IP Seminar IP Up in the Air:  Airbus IP Seminar Reviewed by Annsley Merelle Ward on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 Rating: 5

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