The EPIP Association is a beneficiary of a grant from the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) under decision #1320220004 to support the understanding of IP economics and benefit local organisers running the annual conference.
EPIP2023 has been supported by a grant from the Faculty of Law and Administration under the Strategic Programme Excellence Initiative at Jagiellonian University.
IP, innovation and technology – challenging the present, inspiring the future
The conference will bring together a diverse group of experts to explore the current state and future of intellectual property, innovation, and technology. The participants will have the opportunity to engage in discussions and presentations that touch on a range of issues related to these subjects, including the shifting role of IP in the world, the relationship between IP and innovation, the impact of new technologies on IP law, the balance between IP protection and open access, and the role of IP in shaping sustainable innovation systems, health policies, and business models, particularly in the digital realm.
- The changing world - new (or no) space for IP?
- Human-centric or machine-centric IP system?
- Rethinking IP law for new technologies
- IP overprotection and overlaps
- Patents or open access to emerging technologies
- Extending or limiting IP exemptions?
- The changing litigation landscape in Europe
- The role of IP offices in IP and innovation ecosystems
- Future sustainable IP and innovation systems
- IP, innovation and future health policies
- IP as an incentive or disincentive for innovation?
- Gender gap in IP and innovation
- Open innovation
- IP quality, safety and standardization
- The economic value of IPRs
- IP for SMEs
- IP and the digital reform in the EU
- Business models and IP strategies for digital business
- Copyright management in the digital society
- IP in the metaverse
- Virtual markets and IP infringement and enforcement
- Access to data versus protection of data
- Relevance of IPRs in the practice of regulatory agencies
- The interplay between platform regulation and IP
- IP law as a regulatory system
- The impact of new EU legislation: DSA/DMA
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