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SUMMER SCHOOL WIPOACAD INF
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WIPOSummer Schoolon Intellectual Propertyorganized by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)in cooperation withthe Partner InstitutionsPROVISIONAL PROGRAMFOR EDITIONrepared by the International Bureau of WIPO
WIPO/ACAD/1/INF.1Page WEEK 1
9.00 9.30Registration and AdministratiMatters9.30 10.00Introduction of program and participants00 10.15Welcome addresses10.15 10.45Coffee reak0.45 11.1Topic 1:resentation of Partner Institution11.15 11.3Discussion11.30 12.00Topic 2:Introduction to WIPO and New Developments12.00 12.30Discussion12.30 14.0Lunch Break14.00 16.30Study Visit
SECTION IPATENTS AND INNOVATION9.00 10.0Topic 3:International Patent Landscape10.00 10.3Discussion10.30 11.0Coffee Break11.012.0Topic 4:Exceptions, Limitationsand Flexibilities12.00 12.3Discussion12.30 14.0Lunch Break14.00 15.00Topic 5:Patent Information and ts Usefulness: A Practical Approach15.00 15.30Discussion15.3016.00Coffee Break16.00 Topic 6:Patents and Nanotechnology: Case Study
SECTION IICOPYRIGHTS AND RELATED RIGHTS9.00 .00Topic 7:International Copyright and Recent Developments10.00 10.30Discussion1.00Coffee Break11.00 12.0Topic 8:Exceptions and Limitations to Copyright and Related Rights: ngoing Debates12.00 12.3Discussion12.30 14.0Lunch Break14.014.4Topic 9:Collective Management of Copyright and Related Rights14.45 15.00Discussion15.00 15.15Coffee Break6.00Topic 10:EmergingIssues in the Digital Environment16.0017.30Topic 11: Copyright and the Public Domain:Case Study
SECTION IIIMARK9.00 Topic International Trademark Landscape10.00 .30Discussion10.30 11.00Coffee Break11.00 12.00TopicInternet Domain Names and Uniform Dispute Resolution Procedures (UDRP) 12.012.30Discussion2.3014.0Lunch Break 14.015.30Topic 14Infringements and Abuses of Marks on the Internet: Case study30 Coffee Break.45Topic 15Protection of Country Names16.45Discussion
WIPO/ACAD/1/INF.1Page SECTION IVOTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP) RIGHTS9.00 Topic 16Trade Secrets: Issues and Best Practices10.000.30Discussion1.00Coffee Break00 Topic 17Design Protection and its Interface with other IP Areas12.00 12.30Discussion12.30 14.0Lunch Break14.00 15.30Topic 18Geographical Indications in the Promotion of National Products: Case study15.3016.00Coffee Br16.00 17.0Topic 19Protection of Plant Varietiesthe International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV) Convention17.00 17.30 DiscussionWEEK 2
SECTION VIP AS A BUSINESS ASSET9.00 9.45Topic 20Economics of IP9.45 10.15Discussion10.15 Coffee BreakTopic 21Valuationand Management11.312.3Topic 2Copyright Licensing:A Practical Approach12.314.00Lunch Break14.00 15.00Topic 23Transfer of Technology and Licensing15.00 15.3Coffee reak15.30 .00Topic 24Simulation Exercises on Licensing Negotiations
SECTION VICONTEMPORARY GLOBAL IP CHALLENGES9.00 10.00Topic 25, Green Technology and Climate Change:sues and Challenges10.00Discussion10.30 11.00Coffee reak11.0011.45Topic 26Panel Discussion: IP and Public Health: Issues and Challenges11.45 Discussion12.00 14.00Lunch reak14.014.45Topic 27Panel Discussion: Traditional Knowledge, Genetic Resources and Traditional Cultural Expressions: Towards a Suitable ProtectionSystem14.4515.15Discussion15.15 15.45Coffee Break15.45 17.45Topic 28IP and Food Security: Issues and Challenges18.00Reception offered by the partner institution
9.0Topic 29IP and Competition Policy11.00 11.30Coffee Break11.3Topic 30: IP and Biodiversity: International Landscape and Current Issues2.30 14.0ch Break14.014.3Topic 31:Intellectual Property and Biotechnology14.30 15.0Discussion7.3Meetings with experts / Individual research (Library)
SECTION VIIIP ENFORCEMENT9.00 10.3Topic 32Enforcement ofP Rights10.30 11.0Coffee Break11.012.30Topic 33Alternative Dispute Resolution in IP DisputesSimulation xercises12.3014.00Lunch Break14.00 17.00GROUP DISCUSSIONSGroup I:Entrepreneurship and Small and MediumSized terprises (SMEs): Best PracticesGroup II:Copyright in the Digital Ageroup III:Patent ValuationGroup IV:Internet and Trademarks17.00 18.00Preparation of the Report by each Group
9.30 10.3Plenary Session Presentationof Group Reports10.30 11.0Coffee Break11.00 12.00Plenary Session Presentation of Group Reports12.00 12.3Evaluation and Closing of the Program[End of ocument]