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Colloquiums (FM & IMI)

Introduction to intellectual property for mathematicians

Hold Date
2020-06-24 16:45~2020-06-24 17:45
Zoom Online Meeting
Object person
Tetsuhiro MORIYAMA (Institute of Mathematics for Industry)

The IMI Colloquium in June
Date : Wednesday, 24 June 2020
Place : Zoom Online Meeting
Speaker : Assist. Prof. Tetsuhiro MORIYAMA (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)
Title :  
 Introduction to intellectual property for mathematicians
Abstract :
Typical examples of patentable inventions are materials or devices, or their manufacturing methods. Inventions of computer simulation (non-manufacturing methods) or computer programs may be patentable too. Another examples of intellectual property are copyrights of, for example, computer programs. Mathematical researchers sometimes should be careful about obtaining/utilizing patent rights. For example, mathematical formula or algorithm itself is not patentable (according to Japanese patent law), however, a computer program, in which such a formula or algorithm is implemented, may be patentable.
In this colloquium, without requiring prior knowledge, basics of intellectual property and related topics (that mathematical researchers might be involved in) will be introduced.
Technology transfer activities of universities will be outlined, if we have time.
***  Notes  ***
This event will be delivered in IMI Auditorium (W1-D-413).
Speaker and Chair will be there. If there is an applicant, please go there.
If you have not downloaded the Zoom application yet, please download it ( in advance.
The account name should be "Full name" in case of the faculty members, and "Student ID number(Last name)" (e.g.:1SC○○○○○A(Kagaya) in case of students.
Please understand the host will mute the audience's sound and camera.
When you have a question, please use "Raise hand function" or "Chat function". Then, host will unmute.
Login becomes possible half an hour before.
If you have any questions, please contact Kagaya-sensei (E-mail: kagaya(at)
IMI Colloquium Report