INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS
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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS

2021 September, EPIP Conference, CSIC, Madrid (ES) // Paper presented: NPEs, Patent Quality and Litigation Strategies across European Jurisdictions // C. MARONERO


2021 March, Séminaire CREM, Université de Rennes, paper presented: “Patent Acquisitions by Patent Assertion Entities and Follow-on Innovation: Evidence Based on USPTO Patent Transfers” // V. STERZI


> 2020 June, Online Event on “Ensuring Europe’s patent system is fit for purpose in the digital age” supported by Marion Walsmann, MEP, Member and Vice-Chair of the Legal Affairs Committee and Member of the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection in the European Parliament. Talk on “NPEs and transparency in patent ownership in Europe”. Link to the event. Link to the video.  // V. STERZI


> 2020 May, Annual Conference of the WIPO-ITC-University of Turin Master in Intellectual Property International Seminar on “Intellectual Property Rights and Liability Rules: Proportionality in Injunctive Relief “, Turin, ITC-ILO, Italy – ON LINE Event. Talk on “NPEs in secondary patent market: A phenomenon born at the crossroads of legal and economic opportunities”. // V. STERZI


> 2020 February, GAEL Seminar, University of Grenoble, Grenoble (FR) // Paper presented: NPEs, the Market for Patents and Follow-on Innovation. Evidence from Patent Transfers at the USPTO // V. STERZI


> 2019 December, Department Seminar, University of Insubria, Varese (IT) // Paper presented: The impact of the abolishment of the professor’s privilege on European university-owned patents // V. STERZI


> 2019, 28 October, Valerio Sterzi invited as panelist at Global Forum on Artificial Intelligence for Humanity, Institut de France, Quai Conti, Paris // V. STERZI


> 2019, 18 October, Valerio Sterzi invited speaker at OxFirst’s Fourth IP and Competition Forum Globalisation And FRAND, St Cross College, University of Oxford  // V. STERZI


> 2019 September, Universitat Rovira I Virgili Seminar, Reus (ES) // Paper presented: The impact of the abolishment of the professor’s privilege on European university-owned patents  // C. MARTINEZ  > link


2019, 2-5 September, ISSI-STI Conference, Rome (IT) // Paper presented: Dissemination of Academic Knowledge and Monetization of University Patents // V. STERZI 


>2019, 11-13 September, EPIP 2019, Zurich (CH) // Paper presented: PAEs, patent transfers and innovation: Evidence from U.S. small-mid companies // G. ORSATTI 


>2019 September, 5th Annual Texas A&M Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable, Chicago (US) // Paper presented: Dissemination of Academic Knowledge and Monetization of University Patents // S. FUSCO


2019, 1-5 July, Valerio Sterzi invited speaker at “KID 2019 – Knowledge Dynamics, Industry Evolution, Economic Development“ International Summer School, Nice (FR) // V. STERZI 


> 2019 June, X IBEO Workshop, Corte (FR) // Paper presented: Dissemination of Academic Knowledge and Monetization of University Patents // V. STERZI


2019 June, X IBEO Workshop, Corte (FR) // Paper presented: PAEs, patent transfers and innovation: Evidence from U.S. small-mid companies // G. ORSATTI


2019 May, BRICK Workshop on The Organisation, Economics and Policy of Scientific Research, Bordeaux (FR) // Paper presented: Dissemination of Academic Knowledge and Monetization of University Patents // V. STERZI


2019 May, 8th ZEW/MaCCI Conference on the Economics of Innovation and Patenting – ZEW, Mannheim (DE) // Paper presented: PAEs, patent transfers and innovation: Evidence from U.S. small-mid companies // G. ORSATTI


2019 April, BRICK – Collegio Carlo Alberto Seminar, Turin (IT) // Paper presented: Dissemination of Academic Knowledge and Monetization of University Patents // V. STERZI


> 2019 April, BRICK – Collegio Carlo Alberto Seminar, Turin (IT) // Paper presented: The impact of the abolishment of the professor’s privilege on European university-owned patents // C. MARTINEZ


2019 April, DePaul Seminar, Chicago (US) // Paper presented: Dissemination of Academic Knowledge and Monetization of University Patents // S. FUSCO


2019, ADRES Doctoral Conference 2019 – Aix-Marseille School of Economics, Marseille (FR) // Paper presented: Patent Assertion Entities and Innovation: an analysis based on EP patent transfer// G. ORSATTI


2018 December, GREThA Seminar – University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux (FR) // Paper presented: PAEs, patent transfers and innovation: Evidence from U.S. small-mid companies // G. ORSATTI


2018 November, Department Seminar, University of Insubria, Varese (IT) // Paper presented: Patent Assertion Entities and Innovation: an analysis based on EP patent transfer // V. STERZI


2018 October, II BETA Workshops on Economics of Innovation and Economics of Science, Strasbourg (FR) // Paper presented: Patent Assertion Entities and Innovation: an analysis based on EP patent transfer // V. STERZI


2018 October, EPIP 2018, Berlin (DE) // Paper presented: Dissemination of Academic Knowledge and Monetization of University Patents // V. STERZI


2018 August, IPSC Conference, Berkley (FR) // Paper presented: Dissemination of Academic Knowledge and Monetization of University Patents // S. FUSCO


2018 June, EPIP-GREThA Workshop on Patent Intermediaries, Bordeaux (FR) // Paper presented: Patent Assertion Entities and Innovation: an analysis based on EP patent transfer // V. STERZI


2018 June, Druid 2018 – Copenaghen Business School, Copenaghen (DK) // Paper presented: Patent Assertion Entities and Innovation: an analysis based on EP patent transfer // G. ORSATTI


2018 May, CREA – University of Luxembourg Seminar, Luxembourg (LU) // Paper presented: Patent Assertion Entities and Innovation: an analysis based on EP patent transfer // V. STERZI