UAEU has an emerging Intellectual Property (IP's) portfolio. Since 2007; more than 200 distinct inventions have been filed. Up to December 2016; UAEU has obtained about 51 patents granted under its name.
Any invention (whether or not patentable) made during research conducted under UAEU auspices will require a written disclosure of the invention to UAEU. In the written disclosure, the inventors must commit to cooperate in the preparation of any patent applications disclosed during the term of employment at the UAEU.
The UAEU may require inventors to formally assign ownership of intellectual property to the University. For the students, the University treats them in the same way as a University employee, for the purposes of sharing any revenue arising from the commercial exploitation of that intellectual property.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the University and inventor, in the event that the University receives income from intellectual property that is derived in the course of employment, and that is not agreed in writing to be a specially commissioned work, the first AED 5,000 net income will be distributed to the inventor(s), and any net income above AED 5,000 per calendar year will be divided as follows: 50% to the inventor(s); 30% to the OVPRGS to support research and scholarly activities at the University; 5% to the inventor's College, if applicable. The remaining income goes to the inventor's Department or equivalent unit as per the University IP policies and procedures.
To initiate the process please download and fill the UAEU IP Disclosure Form. Email the form to IP@uaeu.ac.ae and send the original signed copy to:
Intellectual Property Unit/Research and Sponsored Projects,
Division of Research & Graduate Studies,
D4, First Floor,
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