How to identify undiscovered University IP
Level up your industry engagement and commercialisation skills with PD+ Webinars
How can you find research IP in your institution that could have great commercial potential?
What you’ll learn
- How to identify profitable research IP close to you
- How to begin the journey of connecting your research with industry and commercialisation
Who should attend
- PhD students
- Postdoctoral researchers
- Early and mid-career researchers
- Industry-engaged academics
- Industry-engaged professional staff
What you'll experience
PD+ is a free weekly webinar series that takes place every Friday from 12-1 PM. It is the perfect way to lunch and level up your industry engagement and commercialisation skills.
Meet your presenter: Simon Williams
Simon has extensive national and international experience in all aspects of sourcing, evaluating, funding and developing business opportunities. He has been a company director, investor, small business owner and has worked in large corporations. Simon's previous roles include CEO of Itek (UniSA's commercialisation company), State Manager of the Australian Institute for Commercialisation and he has founded several small businesses. His directorships include six companies in the fields of clean technology, biotechnology and ICT. Simon has a background in finance and brings know-how in managing equity, knowledge transfer, intellectual property and negotiating partner agreements across research organisations and industry sectors both nationally and internationally.
PD+ streams: IP Management
The PD+ webinar series is brought to you by the University of Newcastle's Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise (KEE) and Campus Plus. Find out about upcoming PD+ webinars and catch up on recordings of previous PD+ webinars at the Research Advantage Knowledge Hub.
What is KEE?
The University of Newcastle's Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise (KEE) is responsible for facilitating impact within our regions through intellectual property commercialisation, business development, and entrepreneurship. KEE works with researchers and industry to identify and facilitate high-value licenses and research collaborations, in addition to supporting pre-startups, startups, and scale-up companies.
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