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Introduction to the iPRES 2013 Doctoral Consortium Issue

Eva Méndez
2014 Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries  
So, co--locating those conferences together was strategic to attract doctoral students and new researchers, organizing also a Joint Doctoral Symposium iPRES--DCMI 2013 as one of the pre--conference activities  ...  Last year two important, and already "traditional", conferences for the digital world (iPRES and DCMI) were jointly celebrated in Lisbon from September 2 nd to September 5 th 2013.  ...  Finally five of the eight participants of the Doctoral Symposium decided to submit their new versions of the papers in this Special Issue.  ... 
dblp:journals/tcdl/Mendez14 fatcat:p4soigijvberxp6vbb7ha6iofu


Timo Tero Joonas Hussa
2022 Revista Foco  
The results show that LTE Carrier Aggregation innovation activity has been high.  ...  Measurement for innovation activity has kept standard declaration amount because expecting that companies want to get good amount of standard essentials to achieve commercial benefit with their essential  ...  handles six essays in doctoral dissertation relating to IPRs in the ICT area.  ... 
doi:10.54751/revistafoco.v15n1-016 fatcat:66ixwc4ohzhabbo77nlq7jygeu

Building the Pipeline of Media and Technology Policy Advocates: The Role of "Situated Learning"

Becky Lentz
2014 Journal of Information Policy  
These and other forms of "situated learning" might be used to cultivate opportunities for "legitimate peripheral participation," which Lentz argues are key to the early development of skilled public policy  ...  Given the importance of media policy issues, should institutions of higher education play a greater role in building media policy literacy and developing a pipeline of talent for third sector institutions  ...  Attorneys at the IPR act as counsel for groups and individuals unable to obtain effective legal representation on matters that have a significant impact on issues of broad public importance. 56 e IPR  ... 
doi:10.5325/jinfopoli.4.2014.176 fatcat:vrwgnxjxrffwpg7aa5vpuolfpq

Pharmacogenetics in Europe: Barriers and Opportunities

D. Gurwitz, E. Zika, M.M. Hopkins, S. Gaisser, D. Ibarreta
2009 Public Health Genomics  
sector to invest in the development and licensing of PGx diagnostic tests for improving the safety and efficacy of outof-patent drugs.  ...  It therefore seems that one key aspect where policy can affect the clinical uptake of PGx is via sustaining large-scale industry-academia collaborations for developing and proving the utility of PGx diagnostics  ...  ) issues Analysis of IPR issues is an ongoing EU project [17]; a range of measures to ease licensing concerns require policy support PGx for generic drugs is not financially attractive Public funding  ... 
doi:10.1159/000189625 pmid:19204415 fatcat:s2v36h2sqzgg5jz47txsowtzae

National OSC initiatives models [article]

Eleni Toli, Elli Papadopoulou, Christos Liatas, Electra Sifakaki, Ilias Papastamatiou, Ognjen Prnjat
2020 Zenodo  
for setting up National Open Science Cloud Initiatives, whose aim is to become important contributors to the EOSC governance.  ...  Deliverable D2.2 – National OSC initiatives models - examines existing Open Science policies and models in Europe, describes the elements an Open Science Cloud model should include, and proposes workflows  ...  It is a set of 12 principles related to the future scholarly communication system.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4061800 fatcat:nk7spvxzbjhljaem4h4zumfxga

Scientific Roadmap and Innovation Management Evaluation

Sideris Anargiros
2021 Zenodo  
It also describes the different pathways that were taken by the SPHINX Consortium to ensure that project innovations are captured, secured and promoted.  ...  The document describes the set of actions that were carried out within SPHINX necessary to achieve the SPHINX vision, and guidelines to assist the cyber security industry and scientists to address externalities  ...  GQ2 Are there in the consortium internal IPR issues that could compromise the ability of a project partner to exploit new products/solutions/services, internally or in a market place?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6343204 fatcat:fylzglgjtjagtavp4olujrpey4

The emergence of science-driven entrepreneurship in China: a case study of technological innovation in nano-pigment inks

Yu Meng, Philip Shapira, Li Tang
2013 International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management  
The contextual conditions and the development and commercialisation processes of this focal technology are analysed, as we examine the strategies used by the research team to spin-off their research towards  ...  As an emerging economy, China is rapidly evolving its innovation system, but still faces many issues in linking scientific The emergence of science-driven entrepreneurship in China 163 development with  ...  Any findings and conclusions are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the CHF.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijeim.2013.055221 fatcat:gy6j24dvezdrzlfqdhkjtfakve

Transnational lifelong education course in robotic systems

Paulo Leitao, Juan Carlos Fraile, Vidal Moreno, Robert Harrison, Halis Altun, Armando W. Colombo, Javier P. Turiel, Belen Curto
2015 IECON 2015 - 41st Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society  
This paper describes the implementation of a lifelong course that aims to provide a global insight on robotics field, introducing the concepts and technologies for different domain applications, namely  ...  The learning of robotic systems requires the acquisition of multidisciplinary scientific bases, and high integration and synthesis abilities, which is not an easy task.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The work described in this paper was financially supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme Erasmus, under the projects n. 2012-1-PT1-ERA10-12529 and 2013-1-PT1-ERA10-16656.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iecon.2015.7392752 dblp:conf/iecon/LeitaoMMHACTC15 fatcat:zokdxjlfzrflrn2ufb4zulv2ii

The market access of innovation in health care: insights from EC-funded research

Emanuele Lettieri, Laura Marone, Nicola Spezia, Ilenia Gheno, Cinzia Mambretti, Giuseppe Andreoni
2022 The journal of business & industrial marketing  
Third, scenarios crystallization to define the most suitable scenarios (business models) to bring the selected exploitable outputs to market.  ...  of Europe with respect to the USA and China.  ...  The aim is to share the financial risk caused by the uncertainty surrounding the introduction of a new product, which is related to the budgetary pressure (due to years of economic downturn) of health-care  ... 
doi:10.1108/jbim-08-2020-0400 fatcat:vhsx6po6y5f5nmyce7ot2t55jq

Chinese ODI in France: Challenges and Opportunities

Françoise Nicolas
2010 Transnational Corporation Review  
It thus discusses the current state of affairs of the consortium on several aspects, especially with regards to members.  ...  This paper gives an overview on the Italian national CLARIN consortium as it currently stands two years after its creation at the end of 2015.  ...  It also gives advice to the National Coordinator in matters of standards. The legal issues committee deals with IPR and privacy protection issues.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19186444.2010.11658257 fatcat:ttxz6jxqkzh33naxfo2negsru4

DR 6.14: PAL System impact valorization and future perspectives

Mark Neerincx, Elettra Oleari, Nanja Smets, Mario Fumagalli, Bert Bierman
2019 Zenodo  
PAL developed a Personal Assistant for healthy Lifestyle (PAL), a system that will assist the child, health professional and parent to advance the self-management of children with type 1 diabetes aged  ...  The incidence of childhood type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) is rising rapidly, with the number of reported cases doubling every 20 years.  ...  of NCDs 2013-2020" 8 .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3443686 fatcat:enlfd6pnwrdrxnretngzm25eka

Intellectual Property, Open Science and Research Biobanks

Roberto Caso, Rossana Ducato
2014 Social Science Research Network  
The aim is to understand whether and to what extent we can apply these concepts to the biomedical field.  ...  centuries -and the actual needs for access to knowledge.  ...  In general, on the EU IPRs regime in the sector of the research data, see Dietr, Guibault, Margoni, Siewicz, Spindler and Wiebe 2013.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2511602 fatcat:efukcvswj5djplvx5xebjtr7hq

Learning to manage and share data: jump-starting the research methods curriculum

Louise Corti, Veerle Van den Eynden
2015 International Journal of Social Research Methodology  
This paper sets out how we have contributed to jump-starting the research methods training curriculum in this field by translating high-level needs into practical guidance and training activities.  ...  Researchers must develop, enhance and professionalise their research data management skills to meet these challenges and to deal with a rapidly changing data sharing environment.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge our colleagues who have undertaken training in areas of research data management at the UK Data Archive, in particular, Libby Bishop who contributed to our  ... 
doi:10.1080/13645579.2015.1062627 fatcat:ys477zqsifglrovxggyhvmt724

Understanding societal impact through productive interactions: ICT research as a case

S. de Jong, K. Barker, D. Cox, T. Sveinsdottir, P. Van den Besselaar
2014 Research Evaluation  
The series aims to disseminate the results of their research to a wider audience. An editorial committee, consisting of Dirk Stemerding and Laurens Hessels, reviews the quality of the working papers.  ...  This paper seeks to assess the impact on society of the work of university research, by examining in detail several case studies taken from the field of ICT research and to address what patterns of productive  ...  PvdB also acknowledges the Vibrant project (FP7/2010-2013) and the Dutch Knowledge for Climate project.  ... 
doi:10.1093/reseval/rvu001 fatcat:nytbsonbwrakrkim2jrkyctjvi


2018 Journal of International Social Research  
Due to the diversity in service, this field is constantly embracing new professionals.  ...  However, there is no common identification of all professions related to these activities: Most of them are considered on the volunteer basis and suffer from the lack of international platforms where their  ...  Thanks: We would like to thank Zeynep Suata and Bekir Soyer helpful in designing the article and all the academicians and health professionals who have been involved in this project preparation and execution  ... 
doi:10.17719/jisr.20185639073 fatcat:o7so4d7ctna5fcxnty44w3sgei
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