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US-ATMC celebrates our 25th anniversary
of our first public seminar!

1992 – 2017 

US-ATMC 25th Anniversary Series of Public Seminars: Theme for 2017 “The Rise of Commercial Space Businesses in Asia”


Photo: May 17, 2016, Panel on Entrepreneurship and the Philippines

Thursdays, 4:30 – 5:50 pm, October 5 – December 7, 2017

Hewlett Auditorium 201, 370 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305 [Campus Map]

Open to the public.

See <http://asia.stanford.edu/?page_id=8171> for details.

Winter Quarter 2018 – Japanese Business Culture & Systems (JAPAN 151/251)

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:30 – 5:50 pm
Classes start on Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Building 160 (Wallenberg Hall), 450 Serra Mall, Room 317, Stanford University

Enrollment is now open.  See <http://asia.stanford.edu/?page_id=7554> for details.

China & Silicon Valley: Future Tech Competition, Collaboration & Management Models – November 29, 2017

The US-Asia Technology Management Center and Silicon Vikings will host a panel discussion on the key developments and characteristics of the emerging competition and synergies between Silicon Valley and China.  Panelists include:

  • Richard B. Dasher, Ph.D., Director of the US-Asia Technology Management Center
  • Claude Leglise, Executive Director of the Center for Innovation Leadership at SRI International
  • Robin Li, Vice President at GGV Capital’s Silicon Valley office
  • Annika Steiber, Ph.D., Managing Director at Berkeley Research Group (BRG) and founder and CEO of INNOWAY
  • Eilif Trondsen, Ph.D., Director of Strategic Business Insights (moderator)

Stanford ID holders can receive a complimentary ticket! 

Details at <http://siliconvikings.com/calendar/2017/11/29/china-and-silicon-valley-future-tech-competition-collaboration-and-management-models>.

US-ATMC in the news

US-ATMC Director Richard Dasher on Kobe Steel, data falsification and other quality management scandals in Japanese companies on “Knowledge@Wharton” radio interview on SiriusXM 10/27/17 

US-ATMC Director Richard Dasher previews the 10/22/17 snap election called by Japanese PM Abe and its implications for Japanese relations with the region and the U.S. during radio interview on “Knowledge@Wharton” on SiriusXM

US-ATMC Director Richard Dasher and Prof. Jacques DeLisle, Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, on “The North Korean Crisis: Beyond ‘Belligerent Rhetoric'” radio interview and news article on “Knowledge@Wharton” on SiriusXM

US-ATMC Director Richard Dasher and Nandan Nilekani Co-Founder and Former Co-Chairman of Infosys on “Sharpening Asia’s Innovative Edge” at The Future of Asia 2017 Conference

US-ATMC Director Richard Dasher and Wharton’s Prof. Philip Nichols on “How Moon Jae-in’s Win in South Korea Will Impact Asia” radio interview and news article on “Knowledge@Wharton” on SiriusXM 

A Delegation from Surabaya, Indonesia Led by Mayor Risma Visited Stanford’s Asia Center – Blog on Demystify Asia

US-ATMC Director Richard Dasher and Prof. Jacques DeLisle, Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, on “Update on US-Asia Relations under the Trump Administration: China Trade and the Summit with Japanese Prime Minister Abe”

US-ATMC Director Richard Dasher and Penn Law Prof. Jacques deLisle on “TPP: Why the U.S. Withdrawal Could Be a Boon for China” radio interview and news article on “Knowledge@Wharton” on SiriusXM

US-ATMC Director Richard Dasher and Wharton School Prof. Phil Nichols on “How the South Korean President’s Impeachment Trial Will Impact Businesses” radio interview on “Knowledge@Wharton” on SiriusXM

US-ATMC Director Richard Dasher “Why Structure Is the Enemy of Innovation”
interview on Alan Olsen’s “American Dreams” broadcast on KDOW

Videos: 2017 Spring Seminar Series Online

‘Entrepreneurship in Asian High-Tech Industries’ slides and videos at