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The progress of nations and civilizations has been strongly associated with knowledge and learning, and King Saud University, the premier institution of higher education in the Kingdom has been established to make a clear difference in the advancement of this nation. With this in mind, the Intellectual Property and Technology Licensing were established with the vision to make King Saud University one of the sources of innovation and a major contributor to the knowledge society in the Middle East.

With the major transformation taking place at King Saud University in which the university is becoming a major contributor to knowledge-based society, one of the most important contributions of the university would be to become a beacon of creativity and innovation where creative ideas are transformed into value-added products that help bolster growth in the Kingdom.

With that in mind, the idea of creating the Intellectual Property And Technology Licensing came about so that it can be the channel through which innovators at KSU and other individuals can protect their intellectual property first and then witness their creative ideas transformed into real products that have an impact on society.

With the major transformation taking place at King Saud University in which the university is becoming a major contributor to knowledge-based society,one of the most important contributions of the university would be to become a beacon of creativity and innovation where creative ideas are transformed into value-added products that help bolster growth in the Kingdom.

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Mission

Our mission is to transfer technological innovation developed at KSU to society through the introduction of solutions and innovations with high economic value while contributing to funding of scientific research at the university.

Mission

Objectives

The Program strives to meet the following objectives:

  • Facilitating patent registration and technology licensing for KSU staff and public.
  • Protection of intellectual property rights of the university.
  • Contribution to funding of scientific research at KSU.
  • Serving society and contribution to the national economy through the introduction of solutions and innovations with high economic value.
  • Promotion of the culture of innovation and increase awareness of its importance among KSU staff in specific and the public in general.

 

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Biomed Silico Biomed Silico is a joint venture of Prince Sultan Research Chair for Environment and Wildlife (PSRCEW) and Intellectual Property and Technology Licensing (IPTL) programs at King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The company main objective is to develop and provide simple and user-friendly software tools for specific biomedical applications...

 

 

 

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Prof. Ali Al-Ghamdi

Prof. Ali Al-Ghamdi, General Supervisior (Vice Rector for Graduate Studies & Research)
asgamdi@ksu.edu.sa
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Phone No.: +966-1-46-77859
Fax:.: +966-1-46-77601
http://ksu.edu.sa/Administration/RectorDeputies/Pages/default.aspx

Dr.Khalid Al-Saleh

>Dr. Khalid Al-Saleh, Director
kalsaleh@ksu.edu.sa
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Phone No.: +966-1-46-77859
http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/alsaleh/default.aspx

Dr.Hany A.Al-Ansary

Dr. Hany A. Al-Ansary, Deputy Director
hansary@ksu.edu.sa
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Phone:+966-1-46-76686
http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/alansary/default.aspx

Mr.Muhammed Alkhamis

Mr. Mohammed Alkhamis, Operations Manager
moh_alkhamis@hotmail.com
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Mobile No.:+966-1-46-7044

Abdel-rahim Antar Abdel-Rahman Mady

Dr. Abdel-Rahim Antar, Legal Consultant
amady@ksu.edu.sa
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Mobile No.:+966-596780996

Mr.Hany Hassan Aly Sayed

Mr. Hany Hassan, Legal Advisor
hhaly@ksu.edu.sa
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Mobile No.:+966-596571447

Mr.Chellapandy Raman

Mr. Chellapandy Raman, M.Phil
craman.c@ksu.edu.sa
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Mobile No.:+966-40442868

Mr.Ravi Pratap Singh

Mr. Ravi Pratap Singh, MCA
rsingh.c@ksu.edu.sa
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Mobile No.:+966-560655991+

Mr.Navid Ahmad

Mr. Naved Ahmad, MLIS
navedlis@gmail.com
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Mobile No.:+966-594172090

Mr.Abid Ali

Mr. Abid Ali, MCA
abid.ali390@gmail.com
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Mobile No.:+966-508977137

Mr.Yousef Rikli

Mr. Yousef Rikli, Mechanical Engineering (4th year)

yrikli@student.ksu.edu.sa
Mobile No.: +966-569513779
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Mr. Majid Jad, Mechanical Engineering (3rd year)Mr.Majid Jad

mjad@student.ksu.edu.sa
Mobile No.: +966-559918882
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Ms. Wajan Al-Mosaad, Examiner
walmosaad@ksu.edu.sa
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Phone No.: 014789585-1610

Ms. Reham Ghuraibi, Examiner
rghuraibi@ksu.edu.sa
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  • Can I enter into cooperative agreement based on patentable inventions with commercial enterprises or other external parties ?

    Please consult the office of IPTL to facilitate this process.

  • Does it cost anything to meet with the IPTL ?


    No. The IPTL is here to serve the University community. The IPTL budget pays many of the expenses associated with the management of intellectual property. However, when technology is licensed and the licensee generates revenues, a portion of the revenues will be used to reimburse the IPTL for the expenses it incurred for protecting or commercializing that technology, like legal and patenting expenses.


  • How do I protect my work - if I want to speak at a conference or want to publish my research ?

    Once you have disclosed your work to the University, the IPTL can help protect your invention(s) with patents or ownership processes. The IPTL understands the importance of work with critical time schedule for both you and those involving the patenting process.

    However, if you are making public the details of your work without a Non-disclosure Agreement, it is imperative that the information released would not enable "someone skilled in the art" to reduce the idea to practice. A release of such information puts your work in the public domain, which could prevent your work from being patented. Therefore, if you want to speak at a conference or publish your research, you should speak with the IPTL beforehand to maximize protection for your invention.


  • Why should I disclose to the University ?


    There are two main reasons to disclose your invention. First, most universities require faculty and staff to disclose because it adds prestige and benefits the inventor’s department. Second, you may financially benefit if your invention is commercialized because you will get part of the profit or royalties. You may even have a chance to start your own company. In addition, the IPTL has substantial experience and can help you accomplish the commercial goals you and the University wish to achieve with your invention.

  • How do I start the process ?


    The first step is to disclose your invention or authored work to the University. You do this by documenting your invention. The University has an Invention Disclosure Form for University staff, faculty, and students to use for their invention disclosure.

  • Whom do I contact ?


    Contact KSU's Intellectual Property and Technology Licensing program and arrange a meeting for an informal discussion about your idea, discovery, or invention.

    Telephone: 0096614670447

    Fax: 0096614673505

    E-mail:iptl@ksu.edu.sa


  • What if the documents you provide in this website does not fit my situation or if I disagree with terms indicated in these documents ?

    The first step is to disclose your invention or authored work to the University. You do this by documenting your invention. The University has an Invention Disclosure Form for University staff, faculty, and students to use for their invention disclosure.

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Read global public policies, including global issue briefs on climate change, electronics recycling and energy efficiency.

Policy on Export of Electronic Waste to Developing Countries

We does not allow e-waste to be exported from developed countries (Organisation for Economic
Co-Operation and Development and European Union) to developing countries (non-OECD countries outside the EU).

We defines e-waste as non-working parts or devices.

E-waste does not include:

  • Materials defined as non-hazardous under the Basel Convention;
  • Working equipment and parts that are not intended for disposal or recycling, but for donation, reuse or resale;
  • Components being returned to the original equipment manufacturer that are under warranty;
  • Materials to be used in manufacturing that do not require further processing or preparation.

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