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Scientific Program - Invited Speakers

 

Aerospace & Mechatronics

"Water in and on the Moon: Recent discoveries and future prospects"
Dr. ANAND, Mahesh
Department of Physical Sciences, The Open University, UK
Dr Mahesh Anand is a Reader in Planetary Science and Exploration at the Open University, UK. He received his initial education in India and secured a prestigious scholarship for a PhD in Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge, UK. His first postdoctoral assignment was at the University of Tennessee, USA when he was introduced to the fascinating world of Planetary Sciences. He returned to the UK on another postdoctoral assignment at the Natural History Museum in London to work on Martian meteorites. After a brief stint at the NHM, Mahesh secured a permanent academic position at the Open University as a RCUK Academic Fellow. Mahesh’s research work has spanned geological studies of ancient igneous terrains on Earth to diamonds to lunar, Martian and other meteoritic samples. His recent research has focussed on understanding the history of volatiles in lunar samples, specifically, the abundance, distribution and source(s) of water in the lunar interior. Mahesh has been involved in supervising over a dozen PhD students and has published over 50 peer-reviewed papers in journals of high-scientific standing. Mahesh’s other research interests include application of scientific knowledge derived from fundamental research to inform planetary exploration programmes. He currently co-chairs a Topical Team on Exploitation of Local Planetary Materials for ESA and also co-ordinates the UK-node of the NASA Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute.
"Gas Turbine Technology. The Ansaldo Energia path forward"
Mr. BONZANI, Federico
Ansaldo Energia, Italy
Federico Bonzani is currently the head of Turbomachinery Design in the Product Development Division of Ansaldo Energia. His mission is relevant to the upgrades and solution for gas and steam turbines of next generation. He joined Ansaldo Energia since 1994 where he’s been employed in Gas Turbine Product Line as burner designer dealing with development of low NOx and syngas combustion system up to become the head of Combustion Technology in 2004. Then in 2008 as head of Turbomachinery in Product Development Division he’s been dealing with the compressor and turbine upgrade of F and E class technology. Since 2011 he’s leading the current position dealing with turbines upgrade and new platform.

Architecture

"Is Design Hierarchical or Transformative Process?"
Mr. TAMER, El-khouly
Barlett School of Graduate Studies, University College London, London, UK
Tamer El-Khouly holds BSc & MSc in Architecture Engineering (Ain Shams University, Egypt 2000 & 2005); MPhil (Bartlett UCL, 2009) and PhD (Bartlett UCL, 2014). Having worked at different architectural practices in UK and ME, his main research interest is on the study of design process and the role of creativity and cognition. He is a lecturer at Ain Shams University and has participated in several international conferences and has organized workshops previously.

Biological and Medical Science

"Sharing research in the Web age"
Dr. MIETCHEN, Daniel
Museum für Naturkunde – Leibniz-Institut für Evolutions- und Biodiversitätsforschung, Germany
Daniel Mietchen is a researcher in biodiversity informatics working at the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin. Trained in Biophysics at Humboldt University in Berlin, he did a PhD in Physics at Saarland University, focusing on applications of Magnetic Resonance Imaging to biological systems low in liquid water. Thematically, his research ranges from fossils and embryonic development to cold hardiness, music perception, brain morphometry, vocal learning and semantic integration. This entails the transdisciplinary collaboration with researchers from around the globe, which sparked his interest in the integration of research workflows with the World Wide Web more generally, particularly by way of collaborative platforms like wikis. Within the open scholarly community, his focus is on streamlining publication workflows all around the research cycle and on facilitating the reuse of open-access materials in educational contexts, and Wikimedia platforms in particular, with special emphasis on open licenses and technical interoperability. From July 2011 till July 2013, he served as Wikimedian in Residence on Open Science at the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany. He led a team that received one of the inaugural Accelerating Science Awards for their Open Access Media Importer Bot in 2013.
"Personalized diagnosis of cancers at the protein-protein interaction level with real-time single-molecule co-immunoprecipitation analysis"
Prof. YOON, Tae young
Center for Single Molecule Systems Biology, Dept of Physics, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea
"Global Health and Cancer Prevention - the role of nutritional epidemiology"
Dr. DUARTE-SALLES, Talita
International Agency for Research on Cancer, WHO, Lyon, France
"Global Obesity Pandemic - from environmental determinants to major health consequences"
Dr. FREISLING, Heinz
International Agency for Research on Cancer, WHO, Lyon, France
"Global Standards for Biologicals - Development and Implementation"
Dr. KANG, Hye-na
World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland
"Future of Korean Biologists in Europe (Panel Discussion)"
Mr. KIM, Phillip s
Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI), UK
Soowoong (Phillip) Kim is the director of Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI) UK London office since 2012. In his career, he has participated in 42 International Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Negotiations and generated 15 policy research reports on Health Industry trade negotiations. He also has taken the overall responsibility of ‘Medical Korea’ which is the biggest medical conference in Korea. Through this project, he contributed to promotion of national medical brand all over the world. Now, at KHIDI UK Office, he manages the Global Healthcare Business for supporting Korean HT industry to extend their business in European Union area. He studied International Law at College of Law, Kyunghee University, and currently a Ph.D candidate in the same university. He is a member of Korea International Economic Law Society, Seoul International Law Research Society, SPS system Research Society. He is also Secretary General of London Health Forum.
"Complete transcriptome analysis through Next Generation Sequencing"
Dr. PARK, Jungsoo
Lexogen GmbH (Vienna Biocenter 5), Vienna, Austria
Jungsoo Park is working as a head of Marketing and Sales in Lexogen GmbH, an RNA-dedicated company located in Vienna, Austria, which provides complete solution for transcriptomes using NGS technologies. He started his professional career at Samsung Biomedical Research Institute for discovery and validation of disease-related SNPs and then moved to Macrogen Inc, the DNA sequencing company based in Seoul, Korea. In 2008 he moved to the Netherlands to establish the European headquarter of the company. After 6 years of working there, he joined Lexogen GmbH. He has Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Amsterdam Business School in University of Amsterdam, and holds a Master of Engineering from Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea as well as Bachelor of Life Science from Korea University.
"Medical Education in Europe"
Dr. PARK, Hyunmi
Korean UK Medical Association (KUMA), UK
Dr Hyunmi Park is a general surgical registrar at the Royal Derby Hospital NHS Trust, part of the University of Nottingham, UK. Her interest in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education started during her time as a teaching fellow to the University of Nottingham medical students before joining clinical practice. She has led various educational and career guidance workshops as the professional development lead within the Korean UK Medical Association (KUMA).

Energy and Environment

"Negative emissions: BECCS case studies for Europe, Indonesia, Japan and South Korea"
Mr. FLORIAN, Kraxner
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
"Korean-Danish joint research cooperation – Sharing experiences on environmentally friendly bioenergy production"
Dr. TRIOLO, Jin mi
University of Southern Denmark
"Development of ICT-based Building Energy Consumption Diagnosis and On-going Commissioning System for Building Energy Efficiency"
Dr. JEONG, Youn-kwae
ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute)
Youn-Kwae Jeong received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electronics engineering from Kyungpook National University, Korea in 1982 and 1984 respectively and Ph.D. degree in computer engineering from Kyungpook National University in 1996. He joined Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in 1983 and had engaged in the development of TDX digital switching system, CDMA mobile system, MPLS system and home network system. He is currently working as a principal researcher of Energy IT Technology Research Section and a project leader of the development of building energy management platform technology and on-going commissioning system. His current research interests are building energy management system, ontology based energy optimization system, on-going commissioning. He is a member of ASHRAE.
"Introduction of smart grid deployment & city projects in Korea after the completion of Jeju Island demo project"
Dr. MOON, Younghwan
Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI)
Dr. Younghwan Moon was born in Inchon in 1956. He has been with Korea Electro-technology Research Institute (KERI) since 1981. He has been working on analysis and enhancement of the reliability of electric power system. He has developed Power System Stabilizer and Wide Area Monitoring and Protection System. He graduated from Seoul National University in 1979 and received Ph.D. from the Univ. of Texas at Arlington in 1990 all in EE. He is now Executive Director of Advanced Power Grid Research Division in KERI and Chairman of Korea Power System Reliability Committee.
"Development of integrated assessment and diagnosing system for the improvement of building energy performance"
Dr. SON, Young kyun
Woorizen Co.
"Scientific Challenges to Nano-Safety and Regulations"
Dr. JEON, Hyunpyo
KIST Europe
"Past, Present, and Future of Environmental Technology & Industry"
Mr. KIM, Kihwan
Korea Environmental Industry and Technology Institute (KEITI)
Kihwan is a in Korea Environmental Industry and Technology Institute or KEITI. Before he joined in the KEITI, he studied Environmental Sciences at the University of Idaho, USA. He researched the natural characteristics of biodegradable microorganisms in contaminated soils by metagenomics. During his time at the KEITI, he has been involved in environmental technology verification (ETV), international business development and R&D performance dissemination.
"Our Recent Efforts to Improve Risk Assessment and Management Technologies: Developing Test Facilities for Safety Studies of Offshore Installations"
Dr. KIM, Bong-ju
The Korea Ship and Offshore Research Institute, South Korea
Bong Ju Kim is associate professor in The Korea Ship and Offshore Research Institute (KOSORI) affiliated with at Pusan National University. His research and teaching interests is the area of nonlinear structural mechanics and design in associated with limit states and risk based approaches. Dr. Kim is in charge of research planning and management of KOSORI. He is the director of Impact Research Centre of KOSORI developing the engineering methodology on the structural failure under high speed impact loads such as collision, explosion, etc. He is also leading the Korean government’s project of building large-scale explosion and fire test facilities to make a valuable contribution towards prevention and mitigation of fire and explosion accidents.
"Eco-industrial Park in Korea "
Dr. JEONG, Mihoon
Korea Industrial Complex Corp. (KICOX)
Mihoon Jeong is in charge of international cooperation for Green Business Team in KICOX (Korea Industrial Complex Corporation). She researched natural resource management focusing on optimization for managing adverse impacts from urbanization in the perspective on smart growth during her Ph.D. period at Purdue University, after studying Environmental Science and Engineering for her bachelor’s and master’s course at Ewha Woman's University. Before she joined KICOX, she had several work experiences in environmental field, in particular, soil and water.
"Material flow analysis as a tool for resource accounting"
Prof. RECHBERGER, Helmut
Vienna University of Technology
Prof. Rechberger heads the Resource Management group which consists of five research assistants and is embedded into the Research Group of Waste and Resource Management. Since 2005 he has also headed the Centre for Sustainable Technology, a network of some 30 researchers in the field of environmental technology at TU Wien. He is Vice-Dean for Studying Affairs of the Faculty of Civil Engineering and is also Vice-President of ISWA Austria. He teaches a number of courses on waste management and urban metabolism at the undergraduate and graduate level. They include: Resources and river basin management, Urban metabolism, Resource management, Scientific evaluation methods, Waste management technology, Thermal treatment of wastes, Design of the urban metabolism.

Inclusive Development

"Humanitarian Telemedicine: potential telemedicine applications to assist developing countries in primary and secondary care"
Ms. BONNEFOY, Alexandra
European Space Policy Institute (ESPI), Vienna, Austria
Alexandra Bonnefoy has been a Resident Fellow at the European Space Policy Institute since December 2012, seconded by the European Space Agency (ESA). Prior to joining ESPI, she was a Young Graduate Trainee at ESA’s Security Office (Rome, Italy). Prior to that, Alexandra Bonnefoy worked as a research assistant for the Western European Union’s (WEU) Defense Committee (Paris, France). Alexandra Bonnefoy holds a Master’s Degree in International Security from King’s College London University (United Kingdom), as well as a Bachelor in Business Administration from the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce Extérieur (Paris, France).
"Searching for appropriate technology solutions for Roma communities in extreme poverty"
Ms. FELDMAR, Nora
Profilantrop Association
Nora Feldmar is an Activist and Industrial Ecologist (MSc, TU Delft) who has devoted herself to finding appropriate technological solutions to the energy poverty of rural communities in extreme poverty. She has implemented low-tech biomass briquette production in Roma communities in Hungary, as an alternative to firewood and the environmental damage caused by illegal logging and burning synthetic materials. Her work has been recognized by two international awards in 2013 (SozialMarie first pize, Erste Foundation Award for Social Integration). She now works with Profilantrop Association in Hungary in partnership with the Erste Foundation.

Information & Communication Technology

"Advanced Persistent Threats & Social Engineering"
Mr. JUDMAYER, Aljosha
SBA Research, Austria
Aljosha Judmayer is researcher at SBA Research. He received his master’s degree in Software Engineering and Internet Computing at the Vienna University of Technology. He received a bachelor’s degree in Computer and Media Security (now called Secure Information Systems) at the University of Applied Sciences in Hagenberg. He is currently working towards his Ph.D. degree on resilience aspects of distributed systems, and his research interests include network security, penetration testing and applied security.
"Browser fingerprinting for authentication"
Dr. MULAZZANI, Martin
SBA Research, Austria
Martin Mulazzani is senior researcher at SBA Research, Vienna. He received the master’s degree in Computer and Data Security in 2009 from the Vienna University of Technology. His research interest includes digital forensics, large-scale systems and applied security. He spent two semesters in 2010 as a visiting scholar at Purdue university in West Lafayette, IN. He is currently teaching graduate and undergraduate courses on computer security and digital forensics at Vienna University of Technology and multiple universities of applied sciences in Austria. He obtained the Ph.D. degree in 2014, the topic of his thesis was digital forensics of online services.
"Integrated Computed Tomography and X-Ray Sensor Solutions"
Dr. LEITNER, Michael
ams AG, Austria
Dr. Michael Leitner is the Director Marketing for the Sensors and Sensor Interface Division of ams AG. He joined ams in 2003 and held several management positions at ams AG. Before joining ams Dr. Leitner was working in Space Research for Joanneum Research and for the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Dr. Leitner received a Diploma Degree in telematics from the Technical University Graz and a doctorate degree in physics from the University Graz.
"Advanced Vessel Visualization "
Dr. MISTELBAUER, Gabriel
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Gabriel Mistelbauer is a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Computer Graphics and Algorithms at Vienna University of Technology, Austria. He received his Ph.D. (2013) in Computer Science and his Master's degree (2010) in Visual Computing from Vienna University of Technology. His research mainly focuses on Medical Visualization, especially visual analysis of blood vessels and user interaction in medical applications. He is an active reviewer for conferences and journals in the field of visualization, such as IEEE VIS and EuroVis. He has a background in computer science, visualization and computer graphics.
"Illustrative Visualization of Molecular Reactions"
Prof. VIOLA, Ivan
Vienna University of Technology, Austria / University of Bergen, Norway
Ivan Viola is Assistant Professor at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria and Adjunct Professor at University of Bergen, Norway. He received M.Sc. in 2002 and Ph.D. in 2005 from Vienna University of Technology, Austria. His research is focusing on effective visualization methods that are well understandable by humans. Viola co-authored several scientific works published in international journals and conferences such as IEEE TVCG, IEEE Vis, EG CGF, and EG EuroVis and acted as a reviewer and IPC member for conferences in the field of computer graphics and visualization. He is member of Eurographics, IEEE Computer Society, VGTC, and ACM.
"SphereFlow: 6 DoF Scene Flow from RGB-D Pairs"
Mr. HORNACEK, Michael
Vienna University of Technology
Michael Hornáček received a BA in computer science from McGill University in Montréal, Québec, Canada, in 2008 and a Dipl.-Ing./M.Sc. (with distinction), likewise in computer science, from TU Vienna in 2010. He wrote his master's thesis at the VRVis Research Center in Vienna, with a focus in computer vision. During the 2010-2011 academic year, he was with the Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing at TU Vienna, where he dealt primarily with retrieval of geophysical parameters using C-band SAR satellite data within the framework of a small handful of projects funded by the European Space Agency (ESA). Since then, he is with the Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems, also at TU Vienna, where he is carrying out a Ph.D. in computer vision. His research is funded by a scholarship from Microsoft Research Cambridge through its European Ph.D. scholarship programme.
"Multi-View 3D Reconstruction and its Applications"
Dr. HUMENBERGER, Martin
Austria Institute of Technology, Austria
Martin Humenberger earned his Master’s degree in engineering at the Upper Austrian University of Applied Science Hagenberg in 2004. He joined AIT Austrian Institute of Technology in 2003. He finished his PhD studies at the Vienna University of Technology in 2011 with distinction. In 2013, he did a Postdoctoral scholar at California Institute of Technology working for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He is the author of more than 30 publications. His research interests are stereo vision, 3D vision, motion estimation, and mobile robotics.
"Object Counting with a 3D ToF Sensor"
Mr. OBERHAMMER, Roland
Bluetechnix, Austria
After graduation from his study in Electrical Engineering the author starts his work for Bluetechnix in 2007. He gained over the last 20 years expert knowhow in system architecture, digital and analog circuit design, real-time operating systems and project management with a special focus on DSP architectures and programming. Since 2011 the main part of his development and research activities is focused on the 3D ToF technology.
"Do we need the full reconstruction pipeline?"
Prof. WIMMER, Michael
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Michael Wimmer is an associate professor at the Institute of Computer Graphics and Algorithms of the Vienna University of Technology, where he received an M.Sc. in 1997 and a Ph.D. in 2001. His current research interests are real-time rendering, computer games, real-time visualization of urban environments, point-based rendering and procedural modeling. He has coauthored many papers in these fields. He was papers co-chair of EGSR 2008 and Pacific Graphics 2012, is associate editor of Computers & Graphics, and will be papers co-chair of Eurographis 2014.

Material Science & Technology

"Chemical Vapour Deposition of High Tech Coatings"
Prof. HITCHMAN, Michael l
"The heat-treatment effects on the piezoelectric and ferroelectric properties in 0.67BiFeO3-0.33BaTiO3 ceramics"
Prof. SONG, Tae kwon
Changwon Nat’l Univ
Tae Kwon Song. Ph. D. in Physics (1995). Research Associate in Univ. of Maryland, USA. Professor in Materials Science and Engineering, Changwon National University, Korea since 2000.
"Recent Progress in Organic and Printed Electronic Devices"
Dr. KLUG, Andreas
NanoTecCenter Weiz
Andreas Klug is Deputy Director R&D at NTC Weiz GmbH. He earned a M.Sc. and a PhD in Technical Physics from the Graz University of Technology in the field of organic/printed electronics, focusing on process development, stability issues and sensor applications of organic field-effect transistors. He also received a Global Executive MBA from the University of Minnesota and from the Vienna University of Economics and Business. He has substantial experience in R&D (>10 years) and the semiconductor industry (>8 years at ams AG), and has been in various managing positions for more than 13 years. He had a key role in the start-up of NTC Weiz GmbH, and in his current position his activities include business development, quality management and the definition and realization of academic and industry-related R&D projects including the formation of regional, national and international consortia. His research interests are in the field of gas- and biosensors as well as in smart systems integration using key enabling technologies.
"Toward Flexible Active-Matrix Displays Driven by Solution Processed Organic Thin-Film Transistors"
Dr. LEE,, jiyoul
Holst Centre
Jiyoul Lee received B.Eng in Metallurgical Engineering and Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Yonsei University (Seoul, S. Korea), in 2001 and in 2006, respectively. From 2006 to 2008, he was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, US). Then, in 2008, he joined Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (Yong-In, S. Korea) as a Research Staff Member. Since 2013, he has been a Senior Researcher at Holst Centre / TNO (Eindhoven, the Netherlands), where he is mainly involved in the project for organic and oxide transistors on flexible plastic foil.
"Organic/Inorganic Nanomaterials for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells "
Prof. HONG, Jongin
Chungang University, Korea
"3D Bioprinting Technology for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine"
Dr. KIM, Wan doo
Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials (KIMM), Daejeon, Korea
He is a distinguished principal researcher of KIMM, and a professor of UST(University of Science and Technology). He was a former vice president of KIMM, and a steering committee member of National Science and Technology Commission. He got his B.S, M.S and Ph.D degrees from the Department of Mechanical Engineering in Seoul National University. His research interests are 3D bioprinting and nature-inspired technology based on mechanical insight. He is a founder of International Symposium of Nature-Inspired Technology (ISNIT), a vice president of Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers. He experienced lots of invited talk for 3D bioprinting and Nature-Inspired Technology.

Natural Science

"The challenge of understanding earthquakes and earthquake hazards in continental intraplate areas "
Dr. DECKER, Kurt
University of Vienna, Austria
http://geologie.univie.ac.at/structural-processes-group/academic-staff/kurt-decker/
"Does the structure and age of the downgoing plate induce seismicity at the subduction zones? Example from Indonesia"
Dr. DYMENT, Jérôme
Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris and CNRS, France
http://www.ipgp.fr/~jdy/#JD
"The Higgs Particle and the Origin of Mass (invited)"
Dr. KIM, Ian-woo
CERN, Switzerland
"Current ongoing and planning big science experiments in the world (invited)"
Dr. SAVOY-NAVARRO, Aurore
Université Paris Diderot-Paris7/CNRS, France
"Sharing research in the Web age (invited)"
Dr. MIETCHEN, Daniel
Museum für Naturkunde – Leibniz-Institut für Evolutions- und Biodiversitätsforschung, Germany
Daniel Mietchen is a researcher in biodiversity informatics working at the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin. Trained in Biophysics at Humboldt University in Berlin, he did a PhD in Physics at Saarland University, focusing on applications of Magnetic Resonance Imaging to biological systems low in liquid water. Thematically, his research ranges from fossils and embryonic development to cold hardiness, music perception, brain morphometry, vocal learning and semantic integration. This entails the transdisciplinary collaboration with researchers from around the globe, which sparked his interest in the integration of research workflows with the World Wide Web more generally, particularly by way of collaborative platforms like wikis. Within the open scholarly community, his focus is on streamlining publication workflows all around the research cycle and on facilitating the reuse of open-access materials in educational contexts, and Wikimedia platforms in particular, with special emphasis on open licenses and technical interoperability. From July 2011 till July 2013, he served as Wikimedian in Residence on Open Science at the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany. He led a team that received one of the inaugural Accelerating Science Awards for their Open Access Media Importer Bot in 2013.

Special Session

"Building an Energy Storage Development Programme for Korean-UK Collaboration - a UK Perspective"
Dr. BERLOUIS, Leonard
University of Strathclyde, UK
Dr Berlouis has been a principal Investigator for a Feasibility Study to develop a consortium and R&D proposal in 2011 under Global Industry Academia Cooperation Programme funded by KIAT. He has experience to identify a suitable Korean partner for the full R&D project and to build a consortium and to compose the R&D project proposal for KIAT and KETEP programme. He is working with both small and big Korean companies to develop energy storage system and materials with multi international European company and Scottish SMEs. He will present his experience of working with Korean companies overcoming the cultural and conceptual difference from European academic's view point.
"A Materials Development Programme under GIAC from Concept through Research to Production - a Korean Perspective"
Dr. KIM, Ho seob
Microchem
Microchem is working with University of Strathclyde to develop OLED material under Global Industry Academia Cooperation Programme funded by KIAT since 2012. Dr Kim has worked with Strathclyde Research Team to develop consortium, to write research proposal, to pass the evaluation process of KIAT, to be involved in every stage of the development with University research team, acquiring joint IPs, sending engineers to be trained at the Strathclyde and setting up the scaled up system at home. The collaboration project is now half way through and Microchem is building production facilities in Korea and starting marketing activities by establishing a joint venture company. Dr Kim can present his experience of working with European institute overcoming the cultural and conceptual difference from Korean SME's view point
"Aspects of Negotiating Funding, Agreeing Legal and Contractual Issues, and Assignment of IP for Research and Knowledge Exchange between University and Industry"
Mr. TYLER, Paul
Research and Knowledge Exchange Service, University of Strathclyde
Mr Paul Tyler is a Contracts Manager within the University of Strathclyde and is involved in providing support to academic colleagues with applications for external funding, in addition to negotiating and agreeing all legal and contractual issues associated with research, knowledge exchange, licensing and assignation of intellectual property. He has been involved in the negotiation of agreements with KIAT, KETEP and Korean companies, including SME partners, and will present on Strathclyde's approach to collaborative research agreements".

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