A Case Study in Patent Development: Quantum Random Number GeneratorExport this event to calendar

Thursday, May 23, 2019 — 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM EDT

This presentation will delve into a practical example of a patent procedure associated to a specific quantum technology: quantum random number generator. We will explore the specifics of the technology and its applications, review previously existing approaches and define the inventive step, explore the phrasing of the claims, and revisit the prior patents from the freedom-to-operate point of view. The presentation will also discuss the various factors which influence the value of a patent for a transformative quantum technology, in a manner to guide entrepreneurs, investors and other decision-makers in strategizing to maximize the impact of their intellectual property.

Welcome & Opening Remarks
Tracey Forrest, Program Director, Transformative Quantum Technologies

Featured Speaker

Alexandre Daoust, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
 

The session will begin with a presentations followed by interactive Q&A. Optional networking will take place between 1:00pm – 1:30pm. 

All students, faculty and staff at the University of Waterloo and other ecosystem partners with an interest in quantum and commercialization are welcome to attend. A light lunch will be provided. 

RSVP is optional, yet strongly encouraged to ensure appropriate room capacity and refreshments. 

If you have any questions please contact Ms. Sara Clark, Administrative Assistant, TQT at (519) 888-4567 x30311 or tqt@uwaterloo.ca.

We hope you will join us.
 

Transformative Quantum Technologies (TQT) is a collaborative research initiative led by the University of Waterloo, and the technology development vector of the Institute for Quantum Computing. TQT aims to accelerate the development and deployment of impactful quantum devices.

Location 
RAC 1
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