A project exploring the ‘Study into the Intellectual Property Implications of the Development of Industrial 3D Printing’ was awarded by the European Commission to the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM) in April 2018. The project led by Co-Director of CIPPM, Professor Dinusha Mendis (Principal Investigator), also includes CIPPM members, Dr. Julie Robson… Read more » about CIPPM Secures European Commission Funding for Research into IP and 3D Printing
CIPPM invites applications for visiting fellowships, to carry out independent research and study at Bournemouth University. Fellowships are open to both early-career as well as experienced researchers with a specific interest in any of the focus areas of the Centre. The selected applicants will be expected to engage with CIPPM faculty and students, contributing to the… Read more » about Visiting fellowships 2018
Diligent search of the copyright owners is the pre-requisite for any legitimate use of orphan works by cultural heritage institutions. Under the current legislation, diligent search is a complex and time consuming exercise, that discourages many European institutions from embarking in digitization of recent cultural heritage. The EnDOW project established in 2015 addresses the problem of… Read more » about EnDOW Diligent Search platform launched
CIPPM Research Seminars address any topic that is relevant to the Focus Areas of the Centre. They take place in the Fusion Building of Bournemouth University’s Talbot Campus (see directions here) are free and open to anyone attend. Please email Maurizio Borghi if you wish to book more details on the programme, or to book… Read more » about Research Seminars – Spring/Summer 2017
The Spring Public Lectures Series 2017 feature Marco Ricolfi (University of Turin), Enrico Bonadio (City University of London). and Carlos Correa (University of Buenos Aires). The Series is open to anyone to attend.