Technology of Processing Grant Applications and Patents

Major: Political Science
Code of subject: 8.052.00.M.20
Credits: 3.00
Department: Management and International Business
Lecturer: Sc.D. Shpak Nestor, PhD Naychuk-Khrushch Marta
Semester: 3 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: 1) Mastering the concepts, mechanisms and forms of providing international technical assistance. 2) Mastering of methodological approaches in the field of grants. 3) Knowledge of the main stages of the project grant application. 4) Mastering the mechanisms for analyzing potential donors and donors. 5) Mastering the project's viability mechanisms. 6) Mastering the styles of writing a grant application. 7) Knowledge and abilityof IPR detection and protection. 8) Mastering the knowledge and skills of the mechanisms and stages of patent rights. Also, the discipline outcomes provide such program results: 1) Ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge of domestic and foreign scientific achievements 2) Conduct research and implement research projects 3) Ability to independently conduct research and make decisions.
Required prior and related subjects: - prerequisite: Management, Enterprise’s economics - corequisite: Intellectual property
Summary of the subject: The course includes the study of the following main issues: international technical assistance, partners of international technical assistance, donor organizations, project structure, methodological approaches to grants, stakeholder analysis, selection of potential donors, main stages project application, classification of intellectual property objects, copyright and related rights protection, registration of patents for objects of patent law, patent registration stages. Patent taxes.
Assessment methods and criteria: – current control (30%): practical classes, paper work, discussions – final control (70%): final test (50%) and oral answer (20%)
Recommended books: 1) Kawasaki, G. (2015). The Art of the Start 2.0: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything. New York, USA, The Penguin group. 2) Oberlender, G. D. (1993). Project management for engineering and construction (Vol. 2). New York: McGraw-Hill. 3) Farrukh, C., Kerr, C., Phaal, P., Athanassopoulou, N., & Routley, M. (2014) Light-weighting innovation strategy: A roadmapportfolio toolkit, The Portland International Conference for Management of Engineering and Technology, Kanazawa, July 27-31. 4) Drucker, P.F. (2004). Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices (Drucker). Butterworth-Heinemann (November 17, 2004). 5) Patentology / P.C. Kirin, VL Khomenko, I.M. Korostashov; Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, State Higher Educational Institution "National Mining University". Dnepropetrovsk: NSU, 2015. - 423 p. 6) Granting: Guidelines for Public Authorities on Drafting Applications / [О.В. Kulinich, D.S. Tkachev, S.E. Ignatiev, etc.]; in a row. OV Kulinich. - X.: Regional Center for International Projects and Programs, 2013. - 78 p. 7) Basilevich V. Intellectual property: Textbook / V.D. Basilevich. - 3rd edition, recast. and additions - K.: Knowledge, 2014. - 671 p.