The IP Society is happy to announce a Guest Talk by Christian Geib, University of Strathclyde.
Christian Geib has been working for an IT law firm in Germany and for the European Commission. He obtained an LL.M. degree from Stanford University before joining the University of Strathclyde as a PhD candidate. Christian will present his PhD project, which focusses on Text and Data Mining and related copyright issues, to the IP Society. A warm welcome to everyone!
Date: Thursday, 25th of June 2015
Time: 7.30 p.m.
Venue: Seminar Room of the Gilchrist Club, University of Glasgow
With the assessments being over and only the dissertation left to work on we all have put a lot of work in all the essays no one will ever read again. Often you have picked the topic yourself and worked on something you are truly interested in. Is it not a waste of interest and good ideas to not share this work with others?
We would like to held a (very informal) evening on which students of the IP LL.M. have the opportunity to briefly present their essays and thus gaining an insight in a variety of IP-related topics. If you are interested in actively participating in that (the event will probably take place around July 6) please give us a short notice under firstname.lastname@example.org with your topic(s). We have no guidelines for the length or manner of your contribution.
We are looking forward for your participation!
Join us for a visit of The Mackintosh House on Sunday, 7 June at 12.30pm (we are meeting in front of the Mackintosh House)! This part of The Huntarian displays the interior of the Scottish architect’s Glasgow home from the early 20th century (you can read more about it here). A perfect starting point to enjoy the Byres Road Parade Day afterwards!