How can academics commercialise their software? Hurdles, logistics and process

16th March 2022 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Commercialising software is complicated and very different from commercialising other types of technology. With the rise in popularity of non-tangible assets such as data, and advancing technology, companies and universities are becoming more interested in this topic.

Many academics develop their own software to conduct their research, but what are the hurdles they will face when trying to commercialise it? Is there enough ‘will’? What is the process? Our expert guest panel will explore these questions, sharing their experience, knowledge, and tips for commercialising software.

Our guests include:

Elizabeth Bain, IP and Licensing Manager – STFC

Mark Mann, Managing Director – Mark Mann OÜ

Jeroen Bergmann, Associate Professor in Engineering Science – University of Oxford



16th March 2022
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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