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Toward Useful Patent

You want to protect your technology.  Yet, there is a disconnect between what you want to protect and what you get through patent.  You will learn from Ted who is an inventor in the USA that how you can protect your technology by connecting the patent with the market trend.  At the end of the presentation, we will give you a chance to ask anything.

This event is highly recommended for:

  • Software engineers
  • Students who learning or interested in software
  • Companies with unique technologies 
  • Everyone considering taking a patent in the USA

Presenter: TED Motoyama

Tetsuro Motoyama is now retired after working at Ricoh R&D Group from 1983 to 2016. His research interests included device control, device monitoring, software engineering, use of the Web for information management, and user interfaces. He holds more than 260 US patents and various foreign patents. He received his joint PhD in psychology and statistics from Iowa State University. He is a member of the ACM and an associate member of the IEEE.