Event info
Date:22 Nov
Time:8:30 - 10:30
Venue:Cobis Copenhagen Bio Science Park, Denmark

Commercialization of technology and IP

Welcome to MVA’s Good Morning Meeting on commercialization of technology and IP with Plougmann Vingtoft

The IP and commercialization experts from Plougmann Vingtoft, Katja Sørensen and Jon Wulff Petersen will walk you through aspects of:

  • the importance of aligning technology development, IP development and business development
  • how IP developed outside your core business may be of value
  • how to evaluate the commercial potential of your IP/technology
  • how to analyze competitors IP and strategically use it when entering new markets

Date: Thursday November 22nd 2018
Time: 8:30 – 10:30
Venue: Cobis Copenhagen Bio Science Park, Ole Maaløes vej 3, 2200 København N, Denmark



8:30 – 9:00

Registration & Coffee

9:00 – 10:00

Commercialization of technology and IP
Katja Sørensen, Partner, European Patent Attorney
Jon Wulff Petersen, Director

10:00 – 10:30



Katja Sørensen
European Patent Attorney, Partner, Head of Food, Agriculture & Chemistry, MSc Chemistry

Katja Sørensen is a partner and European patent attorney at Plougmann Vingtoft where she heads our team specialized within food, agriculture, and chemistry. She has expertise within the areas of chemistry, health care, biochemistry, food science, food ingredients, food technology, medical technology, and immunochemistry.
She has experience in identification of inventions, drafting and handling patent applications, freedom-to-operate analyses and litigations. Katja also has special expertise in performing searches in patent and scientific databases.

Furthermore, Katja has over the years developed a solid experience in advising national and international clients with a special focus of client needs; IP strategy, Strategic IP planning, how to create value of IP in the business, IP landscape analysis, risk analysis, and commercialization of IP, etc.

Katja work as a counsellor for both universities, start-ups, small sized companies, and large multinational companies.

Jon Wulff Petersen
Director, Technology Transfer

Jon Wulff Petersen is specialized in technology transfer, public-private innovation partnerships, technology roadmaps, technology scouting, and IP and technology valuation.

In 2005, Jon joined the startup tto a/s, which has subsequently been integrated into PV.

Jon has led a large number of assignments for primarily Scandinavian companies and universities in Northern Europe. Previously, Jon has been deputy director of Risø National Laboratory and director of the Micro- and Nanoelectronics Center (MIC) at DTU.

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