Texarkana, Texas 2022-06-16 19:33:00 –
A former Arkansas professor at the University of Arkansas was sentenced to 12 months and 1 day in prison today for a year after making a false statement to the FBI about the existence of a patent for his invention in the People’s Republic. Was released under the supervision of. Chinese (PRC). According to a news release from the Justice Department, Honorary Judge Timothy L. Brooks presided over a decision hearing in the US District Court in Fayetteville.
According to court documents, Fayetteville’s Simon So Theon Ann, 65, has filed 24 patents in the People’s Republic of China under Anne’s name or Chinese birth name. The University of Arkansas, where Ang worked as a professor, required individuals such as Ang to promptly submit a “complete and complete” disclosure of the invention to the university, and the university’s policy was not to individual inventors, but to them. Stipulates that you own all inventions created by. Follow the policy. This policy was established “to promote the widest possible distribution of the interests of university research, the protection of inventions resulting from such research, and the university’s commitment to the development of inventions for the public good.” rice field.
Despite this requirement, Ang did not disclose his Chinese patent to the university and lied about his involvement in the invention when interviewed by an FBI agent. Specifically, when asked if his name would be listed as the “inventor” of numerous Chinese patents, he knew he was the inventor, but he I denied being the inventor. In addition, Ang received numerous talent awards from the Chinese government, but was not listed in the university’s annual conflict of interest disclosure form.
Announced by David Clay Fowlkes, Assistant Assistant Attorney in the Western District of Arkansas, Matthew G. Olsen, Assistant Assistant Attorney, National Security Agency, and James A. Dawson, FBI Little Rock Special Investigator.
The FBI, the US State Department’s Diplomatic Security Service (DSS), the NASA Inspection Office, and the Air Force Special Agent have investigated the case.
David Clay Fowlkes, a US lawyer at the US Lawyer’s Office in Western Arkansas, and Christine Bonomo, a lawyer at the National Security Bureau of the Department of Justice, have charged the case.
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