07/07/2017

Jovanka Trebotich, CREATECH studies Manager, marks a new achievement, We congratulate it on its newly completed MBA

Jovanka Trebotich, CREATECH studies Manager. CREATECH image

At beginning of June Jovanka Trebotich, CREATECH studies Manager, successfully completed his master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Talca. This process started in June of 2015, with classes twice a week for three weeks a month, It involved the difficult task of making compatible work and studies for Jovanka.

Jovanka is biochemist by profession, It has master's degree in technology management with emphasis on biotechnology of the University of Talca and has seven years of working experience. Even so, experience MBA says that "it was a new world for me, almost as study other career. I learned many things that my training had ever seen them". But he says that at times it was stressful and complex, highlights for teachers who had and fellow program, who were from other areas and areas, so they further enriched classes.     Read more …

30/06/2014

Jovanka CREATECH Trebotich participates in Licensing Academy: Intellectual Property and Technology Commercialization at UC Davis

Jovanka Trebotich together with representatives of PIPRA and UC Davis School of Law, receiving his diploma of certification

Jovanka Trebotich together with representatives of PIPRA and UC Davis School of Law, receiving his diploma of certification

Between the 2 and 13 June, Davis, California (FEM UU), was held the Licensing Academy: Intellectual Property and Technology Commercialization, organized by UC Davis School of Law and PIPRA. The CREATECH project engineer, Jovanka Trebotich, It was one of the participants of this fourth edition of the course. Jovanka, who was awarded a scholarship granted by PIPRA, He talked with us to tell us about this experience.

In relation to the topics of the course, the engineer tells us that this encompassed issues of intellectual property, regarded from the point of view of universities and United States law. What for it is useful", thinking about the United States is the largest market in all areas". In addition themes of protection strategies were reviewed, Brand, Copyright, Trade Secrets and patents, In addition to other types of protection that exist such as for plant species. It also highlights the topics of valuation of patents, Entrepreneurship, Elevator Pitch and the experience of the University of California, especially UC Davis, in these areas. In addition to issues related to technology transfer offices, How to build them, How to handle them, pointing a little to, as says Jovanka, "Transfer offices in Latin America are in training or are more early than the United States". The course included visits to Silicon Valley, where as account Jovanka, participants had the opportunity of visiting a law firm, managers see issues related to the start-ups that there are. And a SRI International which has various links with Chile.     Read more …