National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) is a well-respected Taiwan-based university that conducts next-generation, basic research and owns an extensive portfolio of cutting-edge technology patents. Until now, NTHU – like most American universities – could not sell its patents, but that policy has changed, and a portfolio of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology patents has just become available for acquisition or licensing. NTHU selected IPOfferings, a leading patent broker, to exclusively represent it in the monetization of its OLED patent portfolio.
The portfolio consists of 53 total patents and patent applications: 15 granted U.S. Patents and four U.S. Patent Applications, 23 granted Taiwan Patents and one Taiwan Patent Application, four granted Chinese Patents and four Chinese Patent Applications, one granted Japanese Patent and one Japanese Patent Application, and one granted Korean Patent. The OLED technologies covered by these patents include:
6H-indeno quinoxalone, aminoferrocene, triptycene, diazaphenalene, aromatic and asymmetric styrene derivatives
Carrier generation materials
Hole-blocking, electronic injection, electron-transfer and conjugated polymers
According to Alec Schibanoff, vice president of IPOfferings LLC, the patent brokerage firm that represents National Tsing Hua University, “This portfolio creates an opportunity for an organic light-emitting diode manufacturer to totally leapfrog the product offerings of all of its competitors by acquiring the latest, cutting-edge OLED technologies.” He adds, “IPOfferings is incredibly honored to be selected by National Tsing Hua University to exclusively represent it in the monetization of this portfolio.”
The complete list of patents and applications in the NTSU portfolio is available upon request at [email protected].
About National Tsing Hua University
Founded in 1911 in Beijing, and based in Hsinchu City, Taiwan since 1949, National Tsing Hua University is a research university composed of seven colleges, 17 departments, and 22 graduate institutes. The University’s College of Nuclear Science is the sole educational and research institute in Taiwan that focuses on peaceful applications for nuclear power. The university has a student body of 9,000 undergraduates and 7,500 graduate students, and an academic staff of over 1,000. For more information, visit www.nthu.edu.tw.
About IPOfferings LLC
Founded in 2008, IPOfferings is a leading patent brokerage firm representing businesses, inventors and institutions in the monetization of their patents and other intellectual assets. IPOfferings also provides patent valuation and IP consultingservices, and publishes the Patent Demand Quotient, an annual accounting of U.S. patent transactions. For more information, visit www.IPOfferings.com.