Intellectual Property & data analysis challenges in life sciences and chemistry – Seminar in Frankfurt 27/10/2016


Join us Thursday the 27th of October in Frankfurt for a full day insight into intellectual property analysis from some of Europe’s leading chemical and pharmaceutical industries.


10h00-10h30 AGC Glass Europe
Mme Amélia Desmedt, Head of Patent Information and Analysis Team
How is Intellixir used within a Freedom to Operate Search. How to identify and analyse a key corpus among several hundreds of references?

10h30-11h00 Rockwool International
Mme Åse Damm, Patent Information Specialist, Rockwool International A/S
How does ROCKWOOL Int use the Intellixir categorization tool to support the business?

11h00-11h30 GSK
Dr Lesley MacLachlan, Senior Information Scientist, GSK – United Kingdom
Get insight from patent data and competitive intelligence through collaborations and connections.11h30 Coffee break

11h50 -12h10 Questel
M. Gilles Cruanes, Directeur EMEA – Questel.
How to improve the total quality of patents? A subject with repercussions for the quality and the value of future assets.

12h10-12h30 Questel Consulting
M. Viviane Chilton et Nathalie Mantrand-Foussadier – Questel Consulting.
Patent landscape on microalgae using Intellixir

12h30-13h45 Lunch

13h45-14h10 Chemaxon
M. Daniel Bonniot, Naming Project Leader and Mrs. Anamaria Kovacs, Account Manager
Automatic vs manual chemical indexing with Intellixir

14h10-14h25 ABP Patent Network GmbH
Mag. Evelyn Steiner, IP researcher, ABP Patent Network GmbH

14h25-16h00 Round tables

Guests may participate actively to the following round table sessions.

Table 1
Automatic vs intellectual chemical indexing
Roundtable: Chemaxon – Intellixir

Table 2
Needs in IP analysis from the point of view of traditional pharma and small biotech
Roundtable: Questel

Table 3
Open discussion
Roundtable: Questel consulting

16h00 End of the seminar

Venue: Le Meridien ParkHotel Frankfurt
Wiesenhüttenplatz 28-38
60329 Frankfurt am Main