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The Intellectual Property Market in Asia

Public Lecture

01/31/2013, 05:00pm-06:30pm
Location: UC San Diego, IR/PS RBC 3201
Open to: Public
Event email: pbibb@ucsd.edu

Speaker: Edward Jung, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Intellectual Ventures

Registration is required for this event

Edward Jung is Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Intellectual Ventures. He founded Intellectual Ventures after leaving Microsoft Corporation, where he was the chief architect and advisor to executive staff.

In this lecture, Mr. Jung will explore the manner in which national intellectual property positions developed in the US and the Asia-Pacific in the 20th century, while assessing the development of innovation ecosystems and the resulting impact on today's global markets.

During his 10 years at Microsoft, Mr. Jung managed projects relating to Web platforms, semantic web technology, intelligent operating systems, adaptive user interfaces and artificial intelligence.

An avid inventor, Mr. Jung holds more than 200 patents worldwide and has more than 1,000 patents pending. His issued patent holdings are in a variety of areas including biomedical research instruments and neural networks as well as several fundamental patents in object technology, distributed operating systems and semantic data analysis.

Co-sponsored by the Korea-Pacific Program (KPP) and the Center on Emerging and Pacific Economies (Empac)

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