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IP Issues in TT @ CERN. Date 28/06/04 Robert Abbott and Nelly Castilla. We’ll see. I. TT @CERN II. Specifics to IT. Phases and Stages. Importance of IP.

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ip issues in tt @ cern
IP Issues in TT @ CERN

Date 28/06/04 Robert Abbott and Nelly Castilla

we ll see
We’ll see
  • I. TT @CERN
  • II. Specifics to IT
importance of ip
Importance of IP

Definition: Intellectual Property ‘is a general name for property which is the product of invention or creativity, and which does not exist in a tangible, physical form’ (Oxford English Dictionary).

  • IP is important to protect
  • IP is important to valorize the invention for its commercial use
how this is carried out

License agreements

Maturity

PaSi

Agreement

PaSi

Agreement

PaSi

Agreement

PaSi

Agreement

Pre-competitive collaborative R&D agreements

HEP

research

Time

How this is carried out
specific cases
Specific Cases
  • IP ownership transfer is rare because CERN needs it to use it for HEP
  • It is possible when it’s no more used by CERN
  • CERN offers services and consultancy if not in competition with industries
ip in it

Allows continued development

Allows non-R&D use + valorisation

Open Source CORE

(middleware-type

Software)

Proprietary application (eg. interface)

Package for exploitation purpose

IP in IT
concepts
Concepts
  • Open Source vs. Public Domain
  • > Access to source code at no cost + 9 point “definition” (www.opensource.org)
  • > Public Domain means no one owns it
  • Open Source vs. Commercial Use
  • > A program can be available both under open source and a commercial license
it at cern
IT at CERN
  • Allows continued expansion and development of the open-source ‘kernel’
  • The proprietary software effectively becomes the key to unlock the kernel in a given domain of application
  • Through the application of the proprietary software the exploitation and diffusion of the package can be correctly managed, in conformity with industrial standards
solutions
Solutions
  • Only the implementation of a clear and precise strategy for IP protection and dissemination will protect the interests of collaborating parties
  • This requires a clear view of the project purpose, in terms of R&D as well as exploitation
  • A legally enforceable framework is necessary to execute the above