Eric Luvisotto, Technology Transfer Officer, University of Waterloo, Waterloo Commercialization Office and;
Lauren Byl, Licensing & Copyright Librarian, University of Waterloo
The Waterloo Commercialization Office (WatCo) offers commercialization services and expertise to package and convert research innovations into commercially viable products and services.
The workshop will start with a review of University of Waterloo IP followed by a detailed discussion on Copyright protection. A Q&A and short networking session will follow.
10:15 - Sign-in
10:30 - Introduction and review of Waterloo IP
10:40 - Copyright overview (WatCo)
11:00 - Copyright for Teaching, Research, and Publication (Waterloo Library)
11:30 - Q&A, networking
12:00 - Close
Eric Luvisotto is a registered Canadian Patent Agent (2003) and has earned his Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Engineering from the University of Waterloo. He is a member of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), and the Licensing Executives Society with the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM).
Eric has many years of experience in the field of Intellectual Property (IP) and spans a wide variety of experiences including working for two Canadian IP law firms, founding and running his own Start-Up company, and working “in-house” for a large automotive parts manufacturer.
As a Technology Transfer Officer with the Waterloo Commercialization Office (WatCo) at the University of Waterloo since 2008, Eric analyzes new ideas for patentability and commercial potential, negotiates licensing agreements, and is also involved with the facilitation of Start-Up companies.
Eric is a popular guest lecturer on Intellectual Property and UW’s IP Policy. He regularly presents the “IP 101” and “IP Case Study” workshops for faculty, students and other groups at the University of Waterloo.
Lauren Byl is the Licensing & Copyright Librarian for the University of Waterloo. Lauren has been working on campus since August 2014. In her current role, she is available to help with all kinds of copyright and licensing concerns, including assistance with finding usage rights, understanding the Copyright Act as it applies to teaching, and helping you understand your rights throughout the publishing process.
Event is FREE but registration is required
Pay parking available in lots Q or N (map)
This workshop is supported by the Centre for Bioengineering and Biotechnology (CBB) at the University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1