||those people given Emeritus and Honorary (including Adjunct, Professional Associate and Visitor) appointments in accordance with the relevant University policies and procedures.
||to exploit commercially and includes:
- in relation to an IP right: the exercise of all the rights exclusively granted to the holder of such IP rights by the laws of the jurisdiction in which the IP right subsists, including where permitted the right to sub-license those rights;
- in relation to a product, kit, apparatus, substance, documentation or information resource (or any part of such materials): to make, distribute, market, sell, hire out, lease, supply, or otherwise dispose of it; and
- in relation to a method or process: to use the method or process or to make, distribute, market, sell, hire out, lease, supply, or otherwise dispose of a product, kit or apparatus the use of which is proposed or intended to involve the exercise of the method or process.
||means cost actually and/or directly attributable to the registration or protection of IP Rights or Commercialisation of IP, including all development, production, completion, sales, marketing, distribution and delivery costs and expenses so incurred.
||means the gross income or other commercially valuable consideration such as but not limited to royalties, licence fees and equity received as a result of or in connection with the Commercialisation of IP.
||means any material produced by a staff member for teaching and learning purposes and may include but not limited to overhead transparencies, slides, photographs, maps, diagrams, handbooks, manuals, unit outlines, exercises, promotional and advertising brochures, and multimedia items regardless of whether these materials are still in development or have been completed.
||a member of staff, a student, or an affiliate who:
- in the case of a patentable invention subject to the Patents Act 1990 (Cth): is an inventor;
- in the case of a copyright work or similar subject to the Copyright Act 1968: (Cth): is an author;
- in the case of a trade mark subject to the Trade Marks Act 1995: is a person who developed or first used the trade mark;
- in the case of designs registrable under the Designs Act 2003 (Cth): is a designer;
- in the case of plant breeder’s rights, under the Plant Breeder's Rights Act 1994: is a principal breeder;
- in the case of circuit layouts, under the Circuit Layouts Act 1989 (Cth): is a designer; and
- in the case of trade secrets and know how: is a creator of that body of knowledge.
|Externally Funded Research Project
||a research project funded by and under a contract with an external party to be undertaken by UC staff, affiliates and/or students as the UC Specified Personnel.
| Intellectual Property
||includes any proprietary right concerning:
- Patents under the Patents Act 1990 (Cth);
- Information that is subject to an employee's duty of fidelity to the employer;
- Copyright vested by virtue of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth);
- Trade marks registered under the Trade Marks Act 1995 (Cth);
- Unregistered trademarks used or intended for use in businesses;
- Designs registered under the Designs Act 2003 (Cth);
- New plant varieties under the Plant Breeder's Rights Act 1994 (Cth);
- Circuit layouts (computer chips) under the Circuit Layouts Act 1989;
- Trade secrets and confidential information protected by equity or the common law; and
- All other rights resulting from intellectual activity in the industrial, commercial, scientific, literary and artistic fields.
||(and, by extension, Managing) to record, publish, keep confidential, file for any type of IP registration, and to exploit in any manner, whether or not for any consideration.
||has the meaning specified in the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and includes the right of attribution of authorship in respect of the work; the right not to have authorship of the work falsely attributed; and the right of integrity of authorship in respect of the work
|Net Proceeds of Commercialisation
||means the net proceeds actually received by the University from commercialising IP.
| Patentable Invention
||has the meaning given by section 18 of the Patents Act 1990 (Cth)
||means the “Procedures for Reporting and Managing IP” and other document to be developed pursuant to this Policy or to implement this Policy as approved by the Director, Research Services Office.
||means processes, including without limitation patenting, that establish ownership or control access to or use of rights in respect to IP so as to contribute to the viability of Commercialisation of the IP.
||a publication, report or creative work that meets the Department of Education’s definition of research and is eligible for inclusion in HERDC and ERA government reports.
||means a person who is a member of the staff of the University, whether full-time, part-time, contract, sessional or casual and includes all academic, professional, technical and administrative officers and employees.
||any student (including undergraduate and postgraduate student) enrolled as a student in an approved course at the University, or in a course or program of study conducted by or on behalf of the University, and any casual learner participating in any formal or informal teaching programs offered by the University or on behalf of the University.
||The University of Canberra and its controlled or related entities.
||means those resources resulting from the expenditure of the University’s funds and include equipment, accommodation, administrative facilities, support facilities (i.e. library, computing, power and telephone) and existing University IP. It includes the provision of relief from teaching, administrative or other responsibilities, but does not include the creator’s usual salary.
|University Research Project
||a research project undertaken by staff, affiliates and/or students in the course of their employment at the University and supported by the use of University Resources.