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IPTeL Overview


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IPTeL Overview

  1. 1. Office of Intellectual Property & Technology Licensing (IP TeL)
  2. 2. • Established in May, 27, 1909 as a First Indian Director: Nobel laureate Sir C. V. Raman • Funded by MHRD since 1993 IISc Conceived in 1896 by the inspired vision of the pioneering industrialist Jamsetji Tata 
  3. 3. Divisions
  4. 4. What is IPR The term Intellectual Property refers to creation of mind or the intellect. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)  These rights are statutory rights and may be protected by law in the same way as any otherformof property.  They are governed in accordance with the provisions of corresponding legislations.  They usually give the creator an exclusive right over the use of his/her creations for a certain period of time i.e., these rights allow the creators or owners to have the benefits from their works when they are exploited commercially.
  5. 5. Types of IPR
  6. 6. Patent Definition & Patentability Subject Matter  A patent is a set of exclusive rights granted by the respective government to the inventor or his assignee, for a limited period of time, in exchange of a complete disclosure of the Invention.  Patent is granted for  A Product  A Process or  Both product and process
  7. 7. Office of Intellectual Property and Technology Licensing (IP TeL)  The Office of Intellectual Property of the Indian Institute of Science was set up in 2004.  The Primary objective of IP TeL is protection and maintaining of the Intellectual Property of the Institute which includes Patent, Copyright, Trademarks.  It also involved in the objectives of technology transfer and intellectual property management consultation.
  8. 8. IP Hierarchy in IISc /
  9. 9. Major Functions of IP TeL  Identifying innovations and the embedded IP.  Facilitating the protection of IP including prosecution and maintenance.  Arranging for the commercial utilisation of the IP through Technology Transfer and Licensing.  Improving the general awarness about IP and Technology Licensing in IISc.  Co-ordinating agreements, MOU between IISc and external agencies.
  10. 10. IP TeL Process Flow Korea Europe USA Australia Africa Japan Prosecution
  11. 11. IP TeL Statistics  Basic Portfolio Index (1995-2014) Total patents filed 457 Patents lapsed 62 Patents granted in force 58 Patent Under Prosecution 337
  12. 12. IP TeL Statistics  Basic Portfolio Index (2015-2016) Total patents filed 43 Patents granted 2 Total no of patents licensed 1 Value of patents licensed Rs 70 Lakhs
  13. 13. IP TeL Statistics No. of Indian and foreign patent applications filed
  14. 14. IP TeL Statistics Expenditure Vs Revenue (in INR)
  15. 15. IP TeL Statistics Licensed Patent Details
  16. 16. Technolgy Licensed  Mesha LLc. Titled: Energy storage device and a method thereof Inventor Prof.A.K.Shukla License Fee : US $ 2,00,000/- Abstract: The present disclosure related to hybrid capacitors specifically to PbO2/Activated Carbon hybrid capacitors. The hybrid super capacitor of the present disclosure is simple to assemble, bereft of impurities and can be fast charged/discharged with high faradiac-efficiency 
  17. 17. Technology Licensed  ITC  Titled: FUNGAL STRAINS AND A PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF INSECTICIDE THEREOF Inventor Prof.Ramarajashekaran License Fee : Rs.32,00,000/- Abstract: The present invention relates to fungal strains producing insecticide and a process for production of insecticide. It also relates to a method of cultivation of fungal strains and a fermentation medium for culturing the fungal strains. 
  18. 18. Technology Licensed  Phyto Biotech  Titled: Taxol and Bactin III Inventor Prof.Jayabhaskaran License Fee : Rs.60,00,000/-
  19. 19. IP in IISc – Historical Perspective Earliest Patent Application Filed by IISc, (according to IP Cell records) Filed in Calcutta Office on April 10, 1950!!! Specification No. 42964 Filed in the name of the then-Director, Prof. M S Thacker
  20. 20.  Portable Washing Machine for Rural Areas  A portable washing machine comprising a drum assembly comprising atleast one drum and a shaft 31 with a sprocket 21, the drum is provided with washing brushes for brushing clothes, and a means of transport comprising a frame 3 upon which the drum assembly is mounted on rear side, a seat 13 placed onto the frame 3, pedals 18 mounted on a pedal rod 19 fitted onto front side of the frame 3 with bearings, a sprocket 20 is fixed on the pedal rod 19, wherein said sprocket 20 is connected to the sprocket 21 on the shaft 31 of the drum assembly with a closed chain for rotating the drum assembly  Inventor: Prof.Amaresh Chakrabarti IISc IP
  21. 21.  Flood-resistant Septic Tank  The present invention is in relation to an integrated sanitation system and assembly for effective treatment of wastewater comprising a septic tank, filtration chamber, and a toilet and bathroom chamber mounted on the septic tank for habitations with high water table and prone to flooding and tidal waves. In addition the invention also provides a process for treating wastewater.  Inventor: Prof.Monto Mani IISc IP
  22. 22.  Idea-Sustain  This invention generally relates to the field of Computer Aided Design (CAD). Further this invention relates to the capture, maintenance and reuse of product and process information in Product Life Cycle Management (PLM). Development of a suitable product model schema and a framework for real time capture and reuse of evolving product information is embodied in the present invention. The framework consists of the following entities: product structure, snaps, events, versions, version tree and audio-video clips. These entities are used in conjunction to capture the rationale in the design process, which consists if what happened during this process (the outcomes of the process) and the reasons behind them (the way in which the outcomes came about). In the present invention, the outcomes are captured in terms of the temporally and causally linked version trees with the product structure and associated geometry and other information. The reasons are captured implicitly in terms of the video clips and by providing the context of these clips by placing them between relevant snaps.  Inventor: Prof.Amaresh Chakrabarti IISc IP
  23. 23.  Optical nano sensor for early stage detection of bactocera olea infestation  The invention provides an optical nanosensor for early detection of pheromones of the olive fruit fly. The optical nanosensor includes a functionalized surface, amount for embedding the functionalized surface and a perforated housing for replacably retaining the mount. After the detection of the pheromone, the user may be alerted of an impending pest attack and the user can then take appropriate pest control measures.  Inventor:Prof.Santanu Bhattacharya IISc IP
  24. 24.  Electrical Gradient Augmented Fluid Filtration Apparatus  The invention provides a method for an electrical gradient augmented fluid filtration. The method includes directing the fluid through a first filtration step to remove the coarse impurities. The fluid is then subjected to an electrical gradient for a predetermined time duration to obtain a filtrate. The filtrate is then passed through a second filtration step to obtain an impurity free fluid. An apparatus for electrical gradient augmented fluid filtration is also provided. The apparatus is portable and provides for sub-micron particle filtration  Inventor: Prof.Sanjiv Sambandhan IISc IP
  25. 25.  Patient Transfer Device  The Present invention provides a subject transfer apparatus includes a subject transferor 100 and a subject-resting platform 200 mounted with a subject-resting support member 201. The said subject transferor 100 with a plurality of prongs 116 is arranged to extend through the subject- resting support member 201, by initially allowing an intervening space between the subject and the movable subject transferor 100 and thereafter establishing a contact with the subject-resting support member201, to lift and receive said subject from said subject-resting support member 201. Thus the transfer apparatus of the present invention is configured to transfer the subject from one movable platform to another without a need for altering the posture of or touching the subject, during the transfer  Inventor: Prof.Gurumoorthy IISc IP
  26. 26.  ELECTROCHEMICAL TEST CELL FOR IN SITU X­RAY DIFFRACTION INVESTIGATION OF AQUEOUS BATTERIES  The present disclosure provides an aqueous electrolyte based electrochemical test cell apparatus for in situ X-ray diffraction study of aqueous batteries, wherein the apparatus can include (a) a top body; (b) a centre body having a recessed portion that defines a volume for containing an electrolyte and a working electrode support on which a working electrode is mounted; the centre body further comprising means for mounting a reference electrode in close proximity of said working electrode; (c) a bottom body, and (d) a counter electrode disposed between said center body and bottom body. The in-situ X- ray electrochemical cell structure allows for continuous monitoring of the structural changes in electrode materials during charge discharge cycles over wide range of bragg angles.  Inventor: Prof.A.K.Shukla IISc IP
  27. 27. Contact Office of Intellectual Property & Technology Licensing  Email  Phone 91 80 2293 2037 91 80 2293 2038  Fax 91 80 2346 4088
  28. 28. THANKYOU