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IP Training Programme - Advanced Programme 200 Series


Management and Strategies of Technology Transfer

8, 10, 15 and 17 Sep 2021 (Online Class) [COURSE ENDED]

This course aims to introduce the key issues of technology transfer and help participants understand how to identify the value of their research findings and formulate appropriate strategies to technology transfer.

Course Contents

Lecture I

Date: 8 Sep 2021 (Wed)

Time: 14:30-17:00

Medium: Cantonese

Topic: Understanding Technology Transfer in R & D

  • Basic Concept – transferable and non-transferable knowledge
  • Features of technology transfer
  • IP-related issues caused by R&D / innovation
  • Supports from University in technology transfer

Speaker: Prof. Wong, Kam Fai
                Associate Dean (External Affairs), Faculty of Engineering, CUHK

Lecture II

Date: 10 Sep 2021 (Fri)

Time: 14:30-17:00

Medium: Cantonese

Topic: Technology Transfer to the Market

  • Overview of the technology transfer processes
  • Identifying the value of your invention
  • Plans and strategies for commercialisation of patent
  • Case studies
Speaker: Dr. Lo Waishun
                Council Member, Hong Kong Industry University Research Collaboration Association


Lecture III

Date: 15 Sep 2021 (Wed)

Time: 14:30-17:00

Medium: Cantonese

Topic: Protecting Your Inventions by Patenting

  • Essentials of a patent portfolio
  • Patent registration and practical tools for conducting patent search
  • Reviewing and maintenance of your patent portfolio
  • Case studies
Speaker: Dr. Lawrence Yeung
               Committee Member, IP Committee, the Law Society of Hong Kong 


Lecture IV

Date: 17 Sep 2021 (Fri)

Time: 14:30-17:00

Medium: Cantonese

Topic: Cross-border Technology Transfer

  • Potentials and benefits of cross-border technology transfer
  • Valuing and financing patents in the Mainland market
  • Recent developments of cross-border technology transfer in Mainland China
  • Case studies
Speaker: Dr. Vincent Zhong
                Member of HKUST MBA Alumni Advisory Board



Prof. Wong, Kam Fai

Prof. Wong is Associate Dean (External Affairs) of the Faculty of Engineering, Professor in the Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, Director of Centre for Innovation and Technology, and Associate Director of Centre for Entrepreneurship, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He is also Director of Key Laboratory on High Confidence Software Technologies (Sub-Lab, CUHK), Ministry of Education, and Honorary Professor of Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen.

His research interest focuses on Chinese natural language processing and database. He has published over 260 technical papers in these areas in different international journals, conferences and books. He was awarded the Medal of Honour (MH) by the HKSAR Government in 2011 for his contribution in IT development in Hong Kong.

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Dr. Lo Waishun

Dr. Waishun Lo is General Partner of DL Capitals, an angel investment fund focusing on disruptive and exponential technologies. His expertise and interests include intellectual property commercialization, business models innovation and technology transfer. Dr. Lo has 30 years of multinational work experience in telecommunications and high-tech industries and venture capital, including positions with Bell Labs, Cable & Wireless Innovation, Hong Kong Telecom, and S Venture. He had served as Board of Directors for two listed companies in Hong Kong and advised many startup companies and projects.  Dr. Lo is the council member of Hong Kong Industry University Research Collaboration Association.  He was a Senior Researcher at Harvard Business School’s Asia-Pacific Research Center and is currently Adjunct faculty of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Visiting Professor of Peking University School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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Dr. Lawrence Yeung

Dr. Yeung is a partner of ONC Lawyers.  He has been focusing on IP for more than 15 years, and his niche areas of practice include enforcement and litigation in Hong Kong and the Mainland China, intellectual property (IP) portfolio, IP asset management, worldwide IP protection strategies, copyright, patent (PCT) filings, trademark and licensing, domain names, design protection, and geographical indications and certification trademark applications. Dr. Yeung has rendered substantial IP advice to several FORTUNE 500 companies and manages regional and international IP portfolio for prominent domestic and foreign enterprises. Dr. Yeung also successfully handled infringement cases for well-known local and overseas brands in Hong Kong and the Mainland.

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Dr. Vincent Zhong

Dr. Vincent Zhong is Co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer of Novelizer Innovation Institute, and Co-founder of several innovation-related companies.  He is a seasoned IP licensing, technology transfer, marketing and corporate management executives for decades, who served as Executive Director & Senior Vice President of Netac Technology Co., Ltd., and President of Shenzhen Qianhai GTF and Glorious Investment Management Company etc. He also serves as Adjunct Professor in Fujian University of Technology and Soochow University, Member of HKUST MBA Advisory Board, Director of Finance Committee of Shenzhen Nanshan IP Protection Center, Dean of National Technology Transfer Professionals Training Center (Guangdong).

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Course Information

Course Prerequisite

Applicants must have completed “IP Manager Training Programme” or “IP101 IP Basics”

Course Structure

Course consists of 4 lectures, 2.5 hours per lecture, total 10 hours

Course Format

Webinar via Zoom




Participants will receive a certificate awarded by the organiser upon completion of the entire course (4 lectures)


Free for members of "IP Manager Scheme"; $100 for non-members



The organiser reserves the final rights to change the course details and arrangements.


This training course is registered as a CPD course of the Hong Kong Mediation Centre (2.5 points per lecture; 10 points in total).

This training course is registered as a CPD course of the Law Society of Hong Kong (2.5 points per lecture; 10 points in total).


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