Cambridge Information and IP Meeting (CIIPM) Annual meeting

The Cambridge Information and IP Meeting (CIIPM) takes place on 3rd July 2019. The theme for 2019 is ‘IP and Information Ecosystems’. The programme features talks from IP and information practioners from Inngot, SciBite, Shell, Delta-T Devices, Bournemouth University, the UKIPO and Team Consulting.

Their talks will cover a wide range of topics including company structures and ownership of IP, using IP information to obtain competitive intelligence about your own ecosystem, patent search, examination, and IP valuation; and no programme today would be complete without at least one talk on artificial intelligence (AI). We anticipate some lively discussions.

 As well as the afternoon talks there are four workshops taking place in the morning from 9am.  Join a workshop in the morning before the main programme starts to find out more about Patbase chemical search capabilities, PatentSight’s AI approach to analytics, PatSeer from Gridlogics, and PatSnap’s approach to IP training.

 We are also holding a post graduate poster competition again this year. Meet our finalists during the breaks to find out more about their research. Confirmed exhibitors so far this year are CAS, Minesoft, PatentSight, PatSnap, Gridlogics and the UK IPO.  Exhibition spaces are also still available - contact for more details.

The CIIPM meeting takes place at Homerton Conference Centre.

Lunch and the evening networking drinks reception take place in the exhibition area and are included in the ticket price.

Early bird tickets (£99 +VAT) are on sale now and available until 18th June.   

More information on the meeting is available on the CIIPM website together with a link to Eventbrite registration:

The Cambridge Information and IP Meeting offers a space for those involved with the business of IP and technology commercialisation to learn from each other, to network and to keep up to date with best practice.  CIIPM hosts an annual meeting and offers training courses in October and March each year.


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