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STPI’s Researcher Connects to the Globe by Publishing Research Paper in ISPIM

2019/02/18

STPI is contracted by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) to execute a special project entitled “Patent Cooperation between Industry and University: from Patent Examiner's Perspective”.  The project team member Dr. Chang Shu-Hao travelled to Japan to participate in “2018 International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM)” international seminar to publish his research paper entitled "Examining Key Technologies of Solar Energy through Patent Technology Networks”.  During his presentation he discussed how to respond to the aging population, produce and effectively use the energy, and establish an ecosystem for entrepreneurship with experts from industry and universities around the around. Dr. Chang’s participation in ISPIM not only promoted Taiwan’s connection with international academic communities, but also explored the latest research trends in science and technology policy and management, and had effectively enhanced STPI’s international visibility.

  STPI researcher Dr. Chang Shu-Hao published paper entitled "Examining Key Technologies of Solar Energy through Patent Technology Networks” at 2018 ISPIM
 

Apart from experts in the industry, academia and research community, many participants who joined ISPIM are science and technology think tank representatives from around the world.  They are Japan National Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP), VTT Technical Research Center of Finland, Nofima Research Institute in Norway, IMEC Research Center in Belgium, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), Yulich Research Center (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH) in Germany, and Fraunhofer Institute, etc.

                         Dr. Chang Shu-Hao (right) with session chair
 

Founded in 2004, ISPIM Symposium has been held in different cities for 14 years.  It aims to bring together experts around the world to discuss and exchange views on important international research issues.