Save the Date: What Industry Wants Researchers to Know

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

312 Lyman Hall, Syracuse University

Moderator:

  • Peter Zaehringer, Deputy Director, The Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE)

Panelists:

  • Jennifer Crisp, Director, Technology Transfer
  • Gary Girzadas, Executive Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations
  • Robert P. Doyle, Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor, Director of Graduate Studies, Associate Chair – Department of Chemistry at Syracuse University

Managing the researcher-industry relationship is critical to attracting corporate sponsored research, or even promoting the transfer of research to the marketplace.  This panel presentation will cover the following topics:

  • Confidentiality and Intellectual Property
  • Communication
  • Maintaining and Preserving Competitive Advantages

This program is offered as part of the Office of Sponsored Programs Awareness Programming and is sponsored by the Office of Technology Transfer, Office of Sponsored Programs and the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations.

 

Workshop for International Student Entrepreneurs

Friday, April 5, 2019

10:00 a.m.

Blackstone Launchpad powered by Techstars at Bird Library

Panelists will present a workshop for international students interested in exploring entrepreneurship.  The immigration and visa landscape is rapidly changing, so it is important to learn about the options for international students to launch ventures, participate in venture teams, or be employed by ventures.  The workshop is free and open to the entire community.

Attorney Panelists:  

If you plan to attend, please send an RSVP email to LaunchPad@syr.edu.  For additional information about this workshop please see the full announcement on the Blackstone LaunchPad website.

 

Save the Date: Technology Innovations in Academia: Patents & Intellectual Property for Start-Ups

Entrepreneurs/Innovators who are in the United States on a visa or United States Citizens who are working with non-US citizens to form a company have special considerations when protecting intellectual property, applying for funding and moving a product to market.  Please attend this workshop to hear from a panel of experts on how to best handle issues surrounding technology transfer and intellectual property protection.  All are welcome to attend.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

Syracuse University iSchool, Katzer Conference Room, Room 347

Program is offered free-of-charge.  Please RSVP to attend.

This program is co-sponsored by the Syracuse University Office of Technology Transfer, the CASE Center, and Harris Beach PLLC.

 

Attention Syracuse University Inventors

Plan Early for Publications and Presentations in 2019

It is never too early to contact our office to discuss protecting the intellectual property that has been created by the researchers at Syracuse University.  With the lead time needed to analyze invention disclosures and pursue patent protection (if warranted), inventors are encouraged to finalize invention disclosures as soon as possible, especially inventors that plan to present at conferences or finalize publication submissions in early 2019.  Please contact our office with any questions regarding upcoming technology disclosures.

Congratulations to Inventors – 11 Patents Issued During 2017-2018 Academic Year!

The Office of Technology Transfer congratulates the researchers who have had patents issue during the 2017-2018 academic year.

It takes dedication from our researchers to ideate a novel concept, work through the filing of the applications and to respond to all the requests throughout the patenting process.  It is an accomplishment to see the patent ultimately issue from the US Patent & Trademark Office.  We wish to thank the inventors for their commitment and recognize this accomplishment.

Please note:  Patents and patent applications are added to Experts@Syracuse quarterly, soon after they are made public.  They are listed in the “Research Output” section.

This list represents 11 patents issued affiliated with the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Engineering & Computer Science, and the School of Information Studies.

Inventors: Radhakrishna Sureshkumar, Miriam Israelowitz
Patent: 9,985,148 – Nanoparticle Apparatus and Method
Issue Date: May 29, 2018

Inventors: Patrick Mather, Kazuki Ishida, Pamela Wilson
Patent: 9,982,163 – Waterborne Shape Memory Polymer Coatings
Issue Date: May 29, 2018

Inventors: Patrick Mather, Xiaofan Luo
Patent: 9,878,487 – Multi-Shape Product
Issue Date: January 30, 2018

Inventors: Jonathan David Adelman, William Ryon McKay, Jacquelyn Lillis, Katherine Lawson
Patent: 9,864,834 – High-Resolution Melt Curve Classification Using Neural Networks
Issue Date: January 9, 2018

Inventor: Stefan Ballmer
Patent: 9,851,528 – Optical Coating Permitting Cavity Self-Locking
Issue Date: December 26, 2017

Inventors: Patrick Mather, Kimberly Flomerfelt
Patent: 9,820,718 – Advanced External Electronic Fetal Monitoring Device
Issue Date: November 21, 2017

Inventor: Joon Park
Patent: 9,769,177 – Role-based Access Control to Computer Resources in an Inter-organizational Community
Issue Date: September 19, 2017

Inventors: Mathew M. Maye, Rabeka Alam
Patent: 9,758,808 – Bioluminescence Resonance Energy Transfer Between Bioluminescent Proteins and Semiconductive Nanomaterials
Issue Date: September 12, 2017

Inventors: James Henderson, Patrick T. Mather
Patent: 9,744,041 – Shape Memory-Actuated Materials for Accelerated Healing of Orthopedic Injuries
Issue Date: August 29, 2017

Inventors: Lawrence L. Tavlarides, Gheorghe Anitescu
Patent: 9,725,664 – Integrated Multistage Supercritical Technology to Produce High Quality Vegetable Oils and Biofuels
Issue Date: August 8, 2017

Inventor: Molly M. Cadle-Davidson
Patent: 9,718,056 – Microfluidics Polymerase Chain Reaction and High Resolution Melt Detection
Issue Date: August 1, 2017