Intellectual Property Valuation
Technology Transfer.
Current Practices and Challenges

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Date & Time:
March 29 2022
15h00-16h00 GMT = 16.00–17.00 CET

What the Talk is About

The webinar will focus on strategies for technology transfer from academic research institutions to industry, with attention to current practices and challenges across Israel. Israel has a well-developed infrastructure for the commercializing of early-stage technologies developed within research institutions. This infrastructure includes sophisticated university technology transfer offices, ambitious government funding programs, and a mature venture capital ecosystem. Ronen Kreizman will provide insights into how technology transfer offices pursue optimal and sustainable commercialization strategies for early-stage academic technology. Eli Greenbaum will describe Israeli government funding mechanisms for technology transfer, and how such mechanisms complicate the transfer and licensing of intellectual property by grant recipients. 

About the Speakers

Dr. Ronen Kreizman

VP Business Development Life Science, Weizmann Institute

  • Ronen Kreizman holds a Ph.D. in nanoscience from the Weizmann Institute of Science. Prior to becoming VP business development Life Science, Ronen was BD Senior Director of the Physical Science activities as well as the head of corporate strategy in Yeda R&D.

  • Prior to joining YEDA, Dr. Kreizman was a senior management consultant with Deloitte Consulting, where he assumed key roles in strategy and business development projects for leading companies in the fields of energy, cleantech and other industries. Prior to that, Ronen served as the R&D manager and team leader in NIS-Israel (NanoMaterials), where he led the development of high-performance composite materials and coatings based on innovative nano-particles.

Eli Greenbaum

Eli Greenbaum, Partner. Yigal Arnon & Co. and Adjunct Faculty, Reichman University.

  • Eli Greenbaum focuses on licensing, corporate partnering and dispute resolution, with an emphasis on transactions and disputes involving complex technological matters.

  • Who’s Who Legal (2014-2020 Editions) ranks Eli Greenbaum as being among the world’s leading attorneys in the field of data security. Eli graduated from Yale Law School in 2002, where he served as an editor on the Yale Law Journal. He earned an M.S. from Columbia University in Applied Physics in 1999.

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