06 March 2017
UPH Encourages Lecturers to Patent their Researches
Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH) has owned 14 research outcomes which have received Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
                                    

Two out of 14 Research Outcomes which were written by UPH Lecturers have Received Intellectual Property Rights

 

As one of compulsory activity in university, the quality, outcome and the contribution of any research must be maintained. Thus, in regard to research outcomes, the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, encourages lecturers to patent their research. This movement was issued to increase researchers’ credibility and to benefit the society.

 

 

In relation with Intellectual Property Right (IPR) as a research outcome from a lecturer, right now, Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH) has owned 14 research outcomes with Intellectual Property Right (IPR)

 

Following is a list of UPH IPR:

 
 
 
         

No

Inventor

IP Type    

Invention

Department

1

Hananto

Software Copyright    

VIBE (Vocabulary Item Bank of English)

Education

2

Clara Citraningtyas, Rudy P

Book Copyright    

Nilam Kandung Story Book    

Education

3

Anita Agustina

Software Copyright    

Game Koko @ The Zoo

Computer

4

Samuel Lukas

Software Copyright    

License Plate Recognation   

Computer

5

Maria Susila Sumartiningsih

Book Copyright    

Competence Test Strategic Management    

Nursing

6

Karel K. Himawan, Eunike

Book Copyright    

Integrating Psychology & Christianity

Psychology

7

Karel K. Himawan, Eunike

Book Copyright    

Magical Reasoning when Magic and Logic Became Biased

Psychology

8

David Gunawan

Software Copyright    

Indoor Positioning System

Computer

9

Maria Susila Sumartiningsih

Book Copyright    

Initiated Class Action Research    

Nursing

10

David Hareva

Patent  (on progress)

Automatic Detection Method    

Computer

11

Sigit Pamungkas

Trademark

Jaganegara

Communication

12

Juliana Kristina

Simulation Copyright    

Health Risk-taking

Science and Technology

13

Eka Juliana Wahyoepramono

Academic Copyright    

Neurosurgery Lecture with 3D Cinema Technology

Medicine

14

Maria Susila Sumartiningsih

Book Copyright    

Flip classroom Learning in Class Action Research  

Nursing

 

 
 

According to Eric Jobiliong Ph.D., Director of Institute of Research and Community Services (LPPM) UPH, for the last three years, UPH has started to register its lecturers’ research outcomes in order to receive IPR.

 
 
 
Eric Jobiliong Ph.D.
 

“Aside from a part of our responsibility to fulfill the requirements issued by Kemenristekdikti regarding research outcomes, this attempt was also done to improve our institutional accreditation. This attempt is in-line with Chapter 10, Article 46, No. 12 of the 2012 Statute Laws of Higher Education which states that research outcomes must be utilized and disseminated through seminars, scientific journals and or patented for industrial and technology uses that might be advantageous for community services. As a university publishes more research outcome, it will eventually promote the accreditation for the department and National Accreditation Board for Higher Education’s (BAN-PT) institution of reference,” Eric stated.

 

Eric also added that IPR could become an alternative for lecturers’ research grants accountability towards Dikti. On several occasions, LPPM UPH has conducted a comparative study to other universities, in order to improve the quality of UPH Lecturers.

 

“We also think that university’s awareness regarding patents for research outcomes has become rather high and clearly, UPH supports the idea. As for the next step, we are going to conduct a variety of program to introduce our research and other research outcomes. We really do hope that this program can promote interest and enthusiasm for lecturers to conduct a research,” Eric added. (rh)

 
 
 
 
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