ABOUT US關於磐安

基金會簡介Introduction

「磐安智慧財產教育基金會」成立於2008年,為劉江彬教授及其志同道合的伙伴與門生所創立之學術教育平台,以持續協助推動台灣與兩岸及國際之智慧財產跨領域學術交流及教育發展為設立宗旨。

劉江彬教授為國際智慧財產領域知名學者,於1996年榮獲「傑出人才講座」後正式返台,參與國內相關法規之草擬,致力於台灣智慧財產權發展環境之提昇。劉教授返台二十年期間,先後擔任政治大學科技管理研究所所長,設立智慧財產研究所並擔任創所所長,為國內智慧財產之學術研究與教育發展立下深厚的根基。同時,劉教授亦主持諸多公、私部門之委託研究計畫,以及跨領域高階人才培訓,積極推動台灣、大陸、歐美日之學術交流,對國內智慧財產之發展,功不可沒。

本基金會以智慧財產之創造、保護、管理及運用之政策研究、國際及兩岸交流、人才培育及其他相關之公益性學術研究與教育事務等為主,期許能夠扮演公共政策之研究機構與政府智庫的角色,為台灣智慧財產之發展奉獻心力。

Cornerstone Intellectual Property Foundation, founded in 2008 by Professor Paul Chang Bin Liu with his friends and students, is an academic institute for the promotion of academic exchange and interdisciplinary education concerning intellectual property in Taiwan, in China and around the world.

Professor Liu is an internationally renowned scholar in intellectual property studies. He was awarded the “Outstanding Scholar Award” by the Foundation for the Advancement of Outstanding Scholarship and officially returned to Taiwan from the U.S. in 1996. He has participated in the drafting of regulations and laws about intellectual property and has devoted himself to the development of intellectual property in Taiwan. During his past 20 years in Taiwan, Professor Liu served as the director of the Graduate Institute of Technology and Innovation Management and the founding director of the Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property at National Chengchi University, casting a profound influence on intellectual property research and education in Taipei. Professor Liu also conducts several research projects and interdisciplinary training programs for senior professionals, commissioned by both the public and private sectors. He vigorously facilitates academic collaboration between Taiwan, China, Europe, Japan and the U.S., which contributes to the development of intellectual property in Taiwan.

CIPF focuses on intellectual property creation, protection, management, and application, including policy studies, international and cross-strait academic collaborations, professional development, and other academic and educational affairs. CIPF aims to play a role as advisor for public and government policies and thus make a significant contribution to the development of intellectual property in Taiwan.