- "Intellectual Property at Georgia Tech: Paths for Discoveries to Make a Difference"
- Jilda Diehl Garton
- February 27, 2018 from 11 a.m. - noon
- Bill Moore Student Success Center, President's Suite B
Licensing Georgia Tech’s inventions to industry is one path for intellectual property developed at Georgia Tech to benefit the public and the United States economy. At this event, you will learn about the technology transfer process at Georgia Tech, overview the role of public universities and sponsored research programs in technology transfer, and talk about other paths that Georgia Tech ideas take to make a difference in the nation and around the world.
This session will help to answer:
· What is Tech Transfer, how does it work, and what are some successful examples?
· What is the Bayh-Dole Act?
· What are GTRC and GTARC?
· What are some of the metrics Georgia Tech uses to understand its performance in intellectual property affairs?
· What are some of the ways ideas and intellectual property from Georgia Tech benefit the public and the U.S. economy?
· How do patents, copyrights, trademarks, and other legal mechanisms apply to Georgia Tech’s portfolio of intellectual property?
Jilda Diehl Garton is vice president for Research at Georgia Tech and serves as the general manager of Georgia Tech’s research corporations, 501(c)(3) organizations that support Georgia Tech as contracting entities, and through assignment of intellectual property developed at Georgia Tech.