We are Tilburg University
My PhD is about interactions between open source and patents in the standardization context. Particularly, I am interested in the Intellectual Property license problems therein. The main jurisidiction for my research is the EU, with necessary comparison with the US and China.
I did my bachelor of Geophysics in Central South University in China. Then I studied law of two master degrees and earned her JM of Chinese Law and LLM of European International Law of Hamburg University at China-EU school of Law of China University of Political Science and Law, during which I participated a IP moot court and won a scholarship. Previous to my PhD, I worked for legal department of Siemens and IP groups of British and American law firms in China. I passed the China National Bar Examination.I work both in Chinese and English.
- Li J. Intellectual property licensing tensions: utilizing open source software in the formal standard-setting
context, European Journal of Law and Technology (2018) 9 (2).
- Conference presentation: Intellectual property licensing tensions in incorporating open source into formal
standard setting context at The 2017 ITU Kaleidoscope Academic Conferences, and was awarded the
“Young Author Recognition”.