Dr Wenting Cheng is currently Grand Challenge Research Fellow at the Grand Challenge Project Zero Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific at ANU College of Law. Wenting did her PhD at RegNet from 2014 to 2018, supervised by Professor Peter Drahos and Professor Susan Sell. After completing her PhD entitled China: rule-taker or rule-maker in the international intellectual property system? in 2019, she became a visitor at RegNet.
Prior to joining Regnet, Wenting was a researcher at Development and Research Center of State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) of China. At the Center, she participated in over 20 research projects and submitted policy briefs related to China’s intellectual property laws, policies and national strategies, especially focusing on the patent system. Wenting holds MPhil in laws from Peking University and LL.B degree from Shanghai International Studies University.
Wenting’s current research projects at the ANU Grand Challenge project focuses on the principle of technology neutrality in renewable energy sector, pathways to promoting cross-border clean technology transfer and dissemination, the role of green certification in renewable energy regulation, and green investment principles.
- Law and technology
- Intellectual property
- Regulation through certification
China: rule-taker or rule-maker in the international intellectual property system?