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EuPC Hosts Inaugural Workshop on Key Exploitable Results, Individual Exploitable Results, and Intellectual Property Rights

On the 25th of March 2024, the European Plastics Converters (EuPC) held its first online workshop dedicated to Key Exploitable Results (KERs), Individual Exploitable Results (IERs), and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) within the ANALYST consortium.

Participation in the workshop was robust, with most partners of the ANALYST consortium coming together to delve into these crucial topics and issues.

The agenda was structured into four sections, designed to facilitate meaningful exchanges and foster active participation from the partners.

The workshop started with a brief tour-de-table session, allowing attendees to introduce themselves and provide insights into their respective roles within the consortium and partner organisations. This introductory phase set the stage for a comprehensive overview of IPR management, ensuring a solid understanding among all participants for the smooth execution of the project.

Following the introduction, the workshop delved into the overview of IPR management within the ANALYST project. Specific activities in the project are dedicated to establishing a structured knowledge and IPR management strategy aimed at securing partners' results exploitation and capitalising on emerging opportunities throughout the project's duration.

Other seminars will strategically occur during the project timeline, facilitating updates on identified KERs, IERs, and various types of IP. These sessions provide a platform for refining initial identifications, potentially reformulating existing KERs, and incorporating new ones as deemed necessary.

Preliminary KERs and IERs, along with their corresponding intellectual property protections and owners, have already been identified. At a later stage of the project, partners will collectively assess and update these results, guided by three pivotal parameters: degree of innovation, exploitability, and impact on the industry, particularly within the chemical sector.

The workshop ended with a Q&A session, providing attendees with the opportunity to seek clarification and engage in further dialogue on the workshop's topics.

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