The European Patent Office (EPO) extends its invitation to the Patent Information Conference 2018 in Brussels from 11 to 14 November 2018. The four-day event provides comprehensive information on the use and application of patents and brings together representatives of public authorities as well as of businesses and service providers.
Among others, Christine Kämmer from the EPO will inform participants about the surge in patent applications by Chinese companies, while Luca Falciola from DROIA Oncology Ventures will present on information on challenged patents, and Samuel Davis from Amplified AI will report on augmenting patent information with artificial intelligence.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to take part in various training workshops. In addition, the conference offers a variety of discussion panels on current issues; participants can share their experiences and also influence the EPO’s future work priorities.
For more information on the event and in order to register, please refer to the EPO website. The deadline to register for the conference is 8 October 2018.