Uq Student Intellectual Property And Confidentiality Agreement

The UQ recommends that students seek independent legal advice prior to signing the SIPCA. Students are likely to be involved in research projects (yours or those of your colleagues) funded directly or indirectly by private sources. These funds are generally made available under certain conditions with respect to the intellectual property created as part of the funded research. In order for the university to meet these obligations, all those working on these externally funded projects must grant the university the necessary rights. For these reasons, all students are invited to assign ownership of the potential IP (intellectual property) they create during their studies to QAAFI. Summer/winter students, medical students, non-HDR z.B. MPH, Senior PhD IP and confidentiality for guest researchers applies to guest scientists. This agreement must be reached before the visiting researcher is involved in the collaboration with the UQ. The Faculty of Medicine welcomes a large number of students in its schools, centres and clinical schools. In order for these students to implement a research program or participate in UQ-led research projects, they may need to sign an agreement to ensure that the UQ can meet existing contractual obligations.

Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations or knowledge resulting from intellectual effort. The IP gives the owner the right to decide how others can use the creations. IP influences how you and others can use your search results. You don`t need to complete the ip and student privacy survey only if someone has written to you to request it. If you receive this message, you should: The university does not take ownership of the IP created by students other than HDR candidates. However, it is recognized that some students (such as honorary students or graduate students with a research component) may work with external organizations on research projects. If there is potential for ip creation, the university expects students to assign the university the IP that the student can create before the project begins. If the project leads to the creation of the IP, students other than HDR candidates will be treated as HDR candidates in accordance with INTELLECTUAL property procedures. Intellectual property for third-party projects is determined by the third-party agreement with these parties (see item 2.1.6).

It is recognized that at the time of the publication of this policy (27 November 2020), the university has agreements on intellectual property and the payment of net revenues. This directive and related procedures do not rely on existing agreements. Existing agreements will be maintained under agreed terms until the contract expires. Unless there is an explicit written agreement against the contrary (for example. B a contract with a book publisher), the author grants the university an indeterminate, irrevocable, free, free, free, non-exclusive, bachelor`s degree in scientific or creative works for teaching, teaching and research purposes. Student – a person who is enrolled in university as a student or who is doing courses or programs at the university. In terms of your IP allocation or privacy obligations, please contact the QAAFI research team qaafirgadmin@uq.edu.au or your HDR liaison officer hdr.qaafi@enquire.uq.edu.au All students recommended by QAAFI must ensure that your electronic SIPC file name reflects your full name, z.B. SURNAME Given-names – SIPC Format. Because QAAFI research programs have a strong commercial focus, our students must approve certain confidentiality and intellectual property provisions.

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