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Fish Forum Fish at the Podium

Public to Private Technology Transfer – Best Practices

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010, 8:00 am EDT

Fish Forum Fish at the Podium

Public to Private Technology Transfer – Best Practices

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010, 8:00 am EDT

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Public to Private Technology Transfer – Best Practices
In partnership with Fish & Richardson

Program Overview:
Finding the next big money maker is not a solo endeavor. There are many new ideas already percolating in San Diego research and educational institutions. In this workshop, you will be provided with a window into current technology opportunities, how to exploit those opportunities, and the future potential of the San Diego innovation economy.

Benefits of Attending:
• Learning about current technologies that can be the foundation of new business ventures;
• Understanding the nuts and bolts of the tech transfer process; and
• Exploring the future of tech transfer in San Diego.

Who should attend:
Founders, CEOs, and managers who are seeking new ideas and new sources of revenue, as well as scientists and technology experts considering a business start-up in need of great technology.

About the Presenter:
Bill Hunter, Principal, Fish & Richardson P.C.
His practice emphasizes patent prosecution and counseling, patent strategy and analysis, development and management of patent portfolios, patent opinions, and due diligence investigations in connection with investments, mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Hunter has significant experience in advising individuals, start-up companies, universities and research institutes, and technology and manufacturing companies.
Mr. Hunter’s technical focus encompasses the areas of computer and electrical engineering, including computer software, computer networking, digital systems, and Internet-related technologies; image processing and manipulation; data search, management and visualization; wireless communication devices and systems; RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) devices and systems; solid-state memory devices and control systems; data storage systems, including magnetic and optical disk technologies and RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) and NAS (Network Attached Storage) systems; product marking systems, including ink jet and laser based systems; and instruments, devices and software in medical diagnosis and treatment.

Panelists:
Jane Moores, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Technology Transfer, UCSD Technology Transfer Office
Duane Roth, CEO, CONNECT
Mike Rondelli, Director, SDSU Technology Transfer Office
Scott Forrest, Director of Business and Technology Development, The Scripps Research Institute
Mike Krupp, CONNECT EIR and Business & Technology Advisor, von Liebig Center
Margaret Dunbar, Director of Intellectual Property Management, Sanford-Burnham Institute
Tim Rueth, private investor and technology/business consultant/advisor/director in the San Diego area.
Teresa Lavoie, Principal, Fish & Richardson
Sean Grygiel, Principal, Fish & Richardson

 

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