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Immigration and Inclusion: Rethinking National Identity 
From Lab to Market: Accelerating Innovation through University, Business, and Government Partnership
28 Apr - 03 May, 2007
(Session 441)
 Making Green Pay:  Designing Incentives to Support Environmental Sustainability

Faculty:
Otto Lin (Chair) - Senior Advisor to the President, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Chief Executive Officer, China Nansha Technology Enterprises Ltd.; former President, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
Jean-Noël Durvy  
Géza Egyed - State Secretary for Economic Development, Ministry of Economy and Transport of the Republic of Hungary, Budapest
C. Judson King - Provost and Senior Vice President - Academic Affairs, Emeritus University of California, Berkeley, California
Florian Lennert - Director of Corporate Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science, London
Reza Mahdavi - Vice President and General Manager, Global Learning Network, Cisco Systems, San Jose, California
Lesa Mitchell  
R. Polk Wagner - Professor of Law, Specialist in Intellectual Property and Patent Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia
Taizo Yakushiji - Cabinet Officer, Council for Science and Technology Policy, Government of Japan, Tokyo; former Vice-president for Academic Affairs, Keio University, Tokyo
Philip Yeo - Senior Advisor for Science & Technology to the Minister for Trade & Industry, Singapore; Chairman of SPRING Singapore (Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board)

Abstract:
The changes brought about by globalization, the impact of information technologies, and the need to find the best ways to bring innovations to the marketplace require new dynamics of interaction between universities, business and government. Accordingly, institutions worldwide are looking for the most efficient ways to organize and manage these relations, both at the strategic and operational management level. This session will explore the most effective models of university-business-government collaboration for fostering technology transfer and commercialization.

Focusing on a series of case studies, this session will highlight cutting-edge interface models that advance conditions for market-driven innovations and, thereby, facilitate the movement of basic research to commercial application. Particular emphasis will be placed on exploring efficient mechanisms to manage the benefits and risks in the strategic alliances. Overall, this session will be an opportunity for corporate sector representatives, policymakers, government officials, and academics to get an overview of the density of collaborative efforts and the dynamics of technology transfer between Europe, Asia, India and North America. The program will also provide a unique opportunity for the cross-border and cross-sectoral exploration of innovative collaborative models with regional and global capacity.

The fee for this session is 3,000 EURO. The fee covers the cost of the program, accommodations, and meals. Limited scholarship funding may be available for those who are unable to pay the full fee (i.e. from developing countries or NGOs). Participants seeking scholarship assistance must submit an application for financial aid to our admissions office.

Session Faculty

Jean-Noël Durvy
 
Reza Mahdavi

 


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