CREATe’s Programme Advisory Council is established to contribute to the research agenda and academic vision of the Centre. Its two core functions are (1) to support engagement with stakeholders, especially industry, policy makers, public sector cultural institutions and civil society, and (2) to provide domain expertise in proposing and reviewing applications for new work.
The Council is chaired by Tony Clayton, former chief economist of the UK Intellectual Property Office. He follows on from Alison Brimelow who chaired from 2012-16. Alison was Chief Executive and Comptroller General of the UK Patent Office (now the Intellectual Property Office) and the fifth President of the European Patent Office, a position she held from 2007 to 2010.
Members of the Programme Advisory Council (PAC):
Tony Clayton (Chair 2017- )
Alison Brimelow (Chair 2012-16)
Nick Appleyard (Innovate UK)
Richard Arnold (Judge in charge of the Patent Court)
Robert Ashcroft (PRS for Music)
Hasan Bakhshi (Nesta)
Frank Boyd (Creative Industries Knowledge Transfer Network)
Roger Burt (Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys)
Pippa Hall (Intellectual Property Office)
Laurence Kaye (Shoosmiths LLP)
Jim Killock (Open Rights Group)
Jerome Ma (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council)
Hector MacQueen (Scottish Law Commission)
Robin Smith (National Library of Scotland)
Eloise Meller (Economic and Social Research Council)
Richard Paterson (British Film Institute)
Jeremy Silver (Digital Catapult, MusicGlue Ltd, Bridgeman Art Library)
Heather Williams (Arts and Humanities Research Council)
Reto Hilty (Max-Planck-Institute for IP & Competition Law, Munich)
Jeanette Hofmann (Humboldt Centre for Internet & Society, Berlin)
Bernt Hugenholtz (Institute for Information Law IViR, University of Amsterdam)
Joe Karaganis (The American Assembly, Columbia University)
Andrew Kenyon (University of Melbourne)
Zorina Khan (Bowdoin College Maine, USA)
Helge Rønning (University of Oslo)
Pamela Samuelson (Berkeley Centre for Law & Technology, USA)
Sacha Wunsch-Vincent (World Intellectual Property Organization)
The Programme Advisory Council meets in conjunction with major CREATe events as appropriate, and the views of its membership are regularly solicited. The Council’s chair will be consulted on any application for new internal funding distribution, and may suggest suitable additional reviewers among the Advisory Council members.
Sectoral working groups, comprising members of the Advisory Council, stakeholders and CREATe academics, will be facilitated initially for the following sectors: archives, fashion, film and broadcasting, games, music, publishing, platforms and intermediaries.
Notes from the CREATe, PAC and Industry stakeholders event co-sponsored by UK Intellectual Property Office and hosted by PRS for Music (Fri 5th December, 2014) are available to download (PDF format, 521 KB).