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SAVE-THE-DATE: IPR in Photonics

December 8, 2020 @ 13:00 15:00

Photonics Finland and Photonics Flagship are organizing together with Papula-Nevinpat a webinar on Intellectual Property in Photonics.

What can you expect:

  • 2h webinar with a variety of speakers discussing the following IPR related questions:
    • Why do you patent or don’t?
      • What a patent gives you and what not
      • When to patent and when not
    • What’s happening in patenting right now?
      • Big trends
    • Photonics patenting – something special or business as usual?
      • What you need to know
      • Example

Register for the webinar and send along questions you might have for our speakers by 1st of December 2020 at https://bit.ly/3lzgUUr

Jorma Selin works as a patent attorney in Papula-Nevinpat’s Mechanics and Physics Team. His daily work focuses on the evaluation of inventive ideas as well as the preparation and prosecution of patent applications across the globe.

Holding a Master of Science degree from Aalto University in micro- and nanotechnology with an emphasis in optical technology, Jorma serves clients with patenting in various areas within the fields of materials science and photonics, such as micro- and nanofabrication and optoelectronics”

Jukka Korhonen works as a Team Leader for Papula-Nevinpat´s Mechanics and Physics Team. He is a European Patent Attorney and a partner in the company.

Jukka serves clients in various IP matters with a broad scope, for example giving lectures on IP issues, evaluating early-stage inventions, preparing and globally prosecuting patent applications, providing expert statements, and consulting in disputes and litigation.

With his experience and educational background in optoelectronics and measurement technology, Jukka’s expertise areas now as a patent attorney include optics, optoelectronics, semiconductors, measurement technologies, sensors, and physics. He has been serving clients in the field of photonics throughout his IP career which started in 2005.”

For any questions contact Juha Purmonen (Email: juha.purmonen@photonics.fi, Tel. +358 50 354 3832).

Program and speakers biography will follow soon.

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