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 2013 පෙබරවාරි මස 1 දින විද්‍යා, තාක්ෂණ  සහ නවෝත්පාදන පිලිබඳ සම්බන්ධිකරණ ලේකම් කාර්යාලය පිහිටවනු ලැබුයේ ශ්‍රී ලංකාවෙහි විද්‍යා, තාක්ෂණ සහ නවෝත්පාදන ක්‍රියාකාරකම් සම්බන්ධිකරණය සහ නියාමනය කිරීමේ විශේෂිත ඉලක්කය ඇතිව, 2011 සැප්තැම්බර් මස 9 වන දින අමාත්‍ය මණ්ඩලයෙන් ලද අනුමැතියෙන් යුතුවය. මෙම ලේකම් කාර්යාලය, 2010 අගෝස්තු
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EIE PROJECT - SRI LANKA

EIE Project Sri Lanka has been launched with the objective of increasing the human capacity of Sri Lanka for technology development, management and commercialization. The Enabling IP Environment (EIE) Project is a global initiative of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and the National IP Office (NIPO) is implementing the project in Sri Lanka. The project receives technical support from World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Sri Lanka at present is quite deficient in this area of research to market. The project aims at developing a critical mass of personnel within a select group of university and research institutes. The project is implementing in networked community using a Hub & Spoke structure to sustain results in capacity building and other technical assistance endeavours.

 

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WIPO Training Programmes

  • Patent Drafting Course, July- 2017

This is the first patent drafting course organized by WIPO in collaboration with National IP Office under the EIE project, Sri Lanka. The workshop was held from 24th to 28th July, 2017 at Sri Lanka Foundation Institute. The workshop objective was to enhance the patent drafting techniques of the EIE institutional representatives. Around 30 people were trained from project participating institutes

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  •  IP Awareness for University Research Groups , August 2017

During the first phase of execution of the project Enabling IP Environment (EIE) in Sri Lanka, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) facilitated a Special Session on Patent Drafting & Prosecution for research community of “the Spoke” Universities of the project. The main objective of this session is to introduce Enabling IP Environment (EIE) project to the university research community, aware researchers on basic strategies of patent search & drafting and understand the background of on-going research studies of the university.  

The program was organized by Coordinating Secretariat for Science Technology & Innovation (COSTI) of Ministry of Science Technology & Research in collaboration with WIPO and National IP Office at University of Moratuwa, University of Peradeniya, University of Colombo and University of Ruhuna. The guest speech was conducted by Dr Rohitha Jayasooriya, Patent Attorney, United States of America.

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  • Institutional Intellectual Policy Workshop from 11th, 12th September, 2017

As a part of the activities of Enabling IP Environment (EIE) Project, an Institutional Intellectual Policy Workshop was collaboratively organized by world Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP) of U.S. Department of Commerce, National IP Office and COSTI/MSTR. The workshop was conducted by WIPO consultants, Dr. Richard Cahoon and Dr. Ashley Stevens. The objective of the workshop was to train the participants on institutional IP policy drafting techniques. Around 50 people were trained from project participating institutes

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  • Technology Transfer and Commercialization Awareness Program, from 13th to 15th September, 2017 

As a part of the activities of Enabling IP Environment (EIE) Project in 2017, an Awareness Program on Technology Transfer and Commercialization for Universities was collaboratively organized by world Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP) of U.S. Department of Commerce, National IP Office and COSTI/MSTR. The program was conducted by WIPO resource personnel Dr. Richard Cahoon and Dr. Ashley Stevens at University of Moratuwa, University of Colombo and University of Ruhuna.

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  •  First National Workshop on IP Management and Technology Commercialization for Technology Managers (30th Oct- 3rd Nov, 2017) 

under the 2017 events of EIE Project, Coordinating Secretariat for Science Technology and Innovation (COSTI) in cooperation with World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and National Intellectual Property Office was organized a National Workshop on IP Management and Technology Commercialization for Technology Managers for EIE project institutions.

The program was conducted by WIPO experts by targeting on IP & Technology Transfer in University, Technology Transfer & Commercialization Operations, Framework and Scope of Licensing, Administration of TTO & Implementation of Institutional IP Policy. Around 40 people were trained from project participating institutes

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  • Roundtable Discussion on IP Commercialization, June 2018

Roundtable Discussions on Intellectual Property (IP) Commercialization in the framework of the Enabling IP Environment (EIE) Project was held at Renuka City Hotel, Colombo 03 from June 18 to 19, 2018. The event was organized by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in cooperation with the Coordinating Secretariat for Science, Technology and innovation (COSTI), Ministry of Science, Technology & Research and the National Intellectual Property Office of Sri Lanka (NIPO), Ministry of Industry and Commerce with assistance of Japan Patent Office (JPO).

The roundtable was co-chaired by Mr David Simmons, Councellor, WIPO and Dr Richard S. Cahoon, Adjunct Professor, Cornell University.

 

  • Second National Workshop on Intellectual Property (IP) Commercialization, September, 2018

The 2nd National Workshop on Intellectual Property (IP) Commercialization was held from 17th  to 21st  September, 2018 at Waters edge, Battaramulla. The workshop was organized by the Coordinating Secretariat for Science Technology and Innovation (COSTI), Ministry of Science, Technology, Research, Skills Development & Vocational Training, and Kandyan Heritage in cooperation with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the National Intellectual Property Office under the Enabling IP Environment (EIE) Project of Sri Lanka.

 

 

  • Second Technology Transfer and Commercialization Awareness Program, from 25th to 28th September, 2018 

 University of Kelaniya, NERDc, ITI, SLINTEC and John Keells Research(JKR) were visited by Dr. Richard Cahoon & Ms. Yumiko Hamano

 Objective – aware academic and research community on tech transfer process and it’s importance

 


 

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