PIUG 2007 Annual Conference
An International Conference for Patent Information Professionals
Boolean and Beyond:
Effective Patent Searching and IP Management
PIUG 2007 Annual Conference Presentations – May 2007
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Abstracts, author biographies, and the full program are available on the Final Program page.
Monday, May 7, 2007
Keynote Address – Foreign Prosecution of a Patent Case in Multiple Countries – An organizational, software-based, approach, Alessandro Steinfl, Ladas & Parry
Patent Reform Issues and Unstoppable Trends, Joseph Ebersole, Coalition for Patent and Trademark Information Dissemination (CPTID)
Patent Licensing Considerations in the Wake of Medimmune v. Genentech, Scott Lloyd, NERAC, Inc.
English language support tools for the Japanese F-term system, Stephen Adams, Magister Ltd.
Case Study and Expert Patent Searching, Stuart Dodd, Thomson Scientific
The Comprehensive Reformed IPC Search: Mission Impossible?, Terri Dockter & Robert Austin, FIZ Karlsruhe
Patent Information User Manager's Panel, Session Chair, Barry Brager
Integrating Patent and Business Information at Rohm and Haas, Kerryn Brandt, Rohm & Haas Co.
The Business Model: "Creating and Managing a Patent Information Group in a Global Environment" (taken from Donna Kaye Wilson, World Patent Information, 29(2), June 2007, pp. 136-139), James Grant, Pfizer Inc.
How to better integrate patent information into the overall business & inspire innovation!, Gerry Potash, NERAC Inc.
The History of IFI Patent Intelligence: The Life and Times of Harry Allcock, Jim Brown, IFI Patent Intelligence
Tuesday, May 8, 2007
Making Text Analysis and Visualization Less Ambiguous,Jeffrey D. Saffer, OmniViz
Next Generation Patent Searching,James Ryley, FreePatentsOnline.com
Tools Finally Graduate – Meet the New Class of Search and Results Management Technology,Andy Gibbs, PatentCafe
Prior Art Management Proven Strategies for Protecting your Freedom to Practice, Thomas Colson, IP.com, Inc.
Turbo-Charging Your Patent Analysis Project, Brian Sweet, Chemical Abstracts Service
Review of Supplemental Protection Certificates and Data Exclusivity in Europe: Where to Find Them and Potential Trouble Spots, Anne Marie Clark, Bausch & Lomb
A Journey into the Antibody Jungle: Detours, Traps, Shortcuts, and Unknowns, Luca Falciola, RiboVax Biotechnologies
GenomeQuest – Searching Through Patented Sequences, Hendrik C. Heus, GenomeQuest
Why You Should Care about STN Script Commands, Thomas E. Wolff, Wolff Information Consulting LLC; subsequently published as "Why You Should Care about STN Script Commands." Searcher. The Magazine for Database Professionals, 15, no. 8 (September 2007): pp. 40-48
Regular Expression for Fun and Profit, Dr. Daniel J. Phelps, DJP Information Consulting Services LLC
All about WIPO – a Comparative Review of Sources of WIPO Sequence Data, Rob Austin, FIZ Karlsruhe
Wednesday, May 9, 2007
Survey of Patent Analysis and Outputs for a Variety of Clients, Chip D'Angelo* & Anthony Breitzman, PhD, 1790 Analytics & 1790 Capital Management
Rapid Patent Landscape Analysis and Visualization Using Vantage Point and Excel, Barry Brager, Perception Partners
Online IP Dashboards, Lakshmikant Goenka, Ed Rozenberg*, & Vinod Singh, Dolcera
Patent Analysis to Support Business Decisions, Chris Rose, ipCapital Group
A Patent Information Year at the EPO, Pierre Avidikian, EPO
Patent Information – World Intellectual Property Organization, Mary Bonsell, WIPO
Machine Translation of Korean Patents from KIPI, Minah Kim, KIPI & Alan Engel*, Paterra, Inc.
Searching Outside the Box – Finding and Fitting Together Those Crucial Elusive Pieces, Gez Cross and Donald Walter, Thomson Scientific
An Investigation into Analyzing Patents by Chemical Structure, Mark Calcagno, Procter & Gamble
Workflow Management and End-user Patent Searching, David T. Dickens, Questel
Text Mining and Visualization Tools – Impressions of Emerging Capabilities, Yun Yun Yang, Lucy Akers, Cynthia Barcelon-Yang, Bristol-Myers Squibb
Data Visualization Tools – An Update, Holly Chong-Williams, Thomson Scientific