USC Stevens Center for Innovation to host international meeting on intellectual property related to Big Data
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The USC Stevens Center for Innovation will host the 3rd Annual Licensing Executives Society International Young Members Congress Conference (LESI YMC), the youngest and most dynamic intellectual property (IP) licensing event in 2017.
To be held Friday, June 16, 2017 in Downtown Los Angeles, the theme of this year’s event will be: “Big Data to Smart Data: Use it or Lose It,” and will address topics such as data security and privacy, computational science and digital healthcare. Registration is free and open to all.
After two successful Pan-American meetings in Chicago (2015) and Ottawa (2016), this year’s LESI YMC meeting is being hosted by USC Stevens Center for Innovation in Los Angeles and brings together many North American players that are well-known in the IP licensing world. The schedule of speakers and panels will be released soon. Stay tuned!
LESI (www.lesi.org) is an association of 32 national and regional member societies, who have a shared interest in the transfer of technology, licensing of IP rights, technical know-how, patented inventions, copyright and trademarks. LESI’s Young Members Congress is comprised of members from national and regional LESI Member Societies, generally in the 30 to 40 age range, and aims at providing specific educational and networking opportunities to increase engagement with this subset of rising stars in the IP space.
Traditionally business-oriented, LESI counts among its 11,500+ members management representatives from large multinational companies to small start-ups located all over the globe. Today, however, LESI is more than that. It boasts a membership diverse enough to include scientists, engineers, academicians, governmental officials, lawyers, patent and trademark attorneys and consultants.
The USC Stevens Center for Innovation’s mission is to maximize the translation of USC research into products for public benefit through licensing, collaborations, and the promotion of entrepreneurship and innovation.
–By USC Stevens staff, published January 20, 2017