Selected recent works on innovation, patenting, commercialization, and on teaching commercialization (See the link below to Research Gate to access downloadable papers, articles and reports)
- Yongchun Huang, Paul Swamidass, Dheeraj A. Raju: The nature of innovation in emerging industries in China: An exploratory study. The Journal of Technology Transfer 01/2015; DOI:10.1007/s10961-014-9390-7;
- Paul Swamidass: Engineers and scientists: Value creators in the seven-phased model of technological innovation, Technology and Innovation, the journal of the National Academy of Inventors, 12/2014; 16(3-4):223-232. DOI:10.3727/194982414X14138187301650
- Jayanth S. Swamidass, Paul M. Swamidass: The trajectory of China's Trademark System leading up to the new Trademark Law taking effect in May 2014. Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society 03/2014; 96(1).
- Paul M. Swamidass: University Startups as a Commercialization Alternative: Lessons from Three Contrasting Case Studies. The Journal of Technology Transfer 12/2013; 38(6):788-808. DOI:10.2139/ssrn.1929966
- Paul Swamidass, A. J. Gokcek: Empowering young inventors: an experimental course on IP and patent application drafting at Auburn University. The Journal of Technology Transfer 08/2010; 35(4):424-431. DOI:10.1007/s10961-009-9136-0
- Paul M Swamidass: Bum's Rush: Does the patent office snub inventors who file without an attorney? Inventors Digest, April 2010.
- Paul M. Swamidass: Reforming the USPTO to Comply with MPEP § 707.07(J) to Give a Fair Shake to Pro Se Inventor-Applicants, John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, 9, 2010, pp. 880-911.
- Paul M. Swamidass, Venubabu Vulasa: Why university inventions rarely produce income? Bottlenecks in university technology transfer. The Journal of Technology Transfer 01/2009; 34(4):343-363. DOI:10.1007/s10961-008-9097-8
- Paul Swamidass, Auburn University engineering inventions investigated for commercial potential 2004-2011, DOI: DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1694.7361
- Paul Swamidass, Successfully commercialized Auburn University technology for recovering nylon from used carpets, 2007. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2515.4721
- Paul Swamidass, Annual 72-hour invention2venture (i2v) Apprentice Challenge for budding entrepreneurs at Auburn University, working paper, Thomas Walter Center for Technology Management, Auburn University, October 2011. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1368.5923
- $25,000 award-winning business plan at the 2011 Alabama Launchpad Competition—IPC foam
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