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EE 402A | Topics in International Technology Management, Fall Quarter 2008

 
 
 

Topic: The Impact of Entrepreneurs in Asia on the Evolution of Global Technology Development

Theme: “Global Technology Development: The Changing Role of Asia”

Thursdays, 4:15 – 5:30 pm, October 2 – November 27, 2008

Free to the Public
Stanford University, Skilling Auditorium (Directions »)
Instructor: Richard Dasher (rdasher [at] stanford [dot] edu)
Available to Stanford students for one-unit credit as EE 402S

EE-402A Fall 2008-2009 Speaker Lineup

Date Speaker Title  
10/2 Richard Dasher,
Consulting Professor, Director,
US-Asia Technology Management Center, Stanford University"
Understanding Asia's Changing Role in Global Innovation Slides
10/9 William M. Valtos
Sr. Managing Director
ICCP Venture Partner
New Trends in Asian R&D outsourcing: A VC's Perspective Slide

10/16 Richard Dasher,
Consulting Professor, Director,
US-Asia Technology Management Center, Stanford University"
THe Infrastracture for Participation in Global Technology Development: University-Industry Relations in China, India, Japan, and the United States Slides
10/23 Panel:
Japanese Research Industries Association

Prof. Kazuhiko Kakehi
Division of University Corporate Relations
University of Tokyo

Dr. Yoichi Shintani
Sr. Manager
R&D Group, Hitachi Ltc.
The Trend Towards Open Innovation in Japan: How companies and the academic community in Japan are modifying their innovation strategies to respond to globalization Slides
10/30 Dr. Sridhar Jagannathan
Director of Global Innovation
Office of the CTO, Intuit Inc.

Dr. Avinash Agrawal
Former Managing Director,
India Engineering Center,
Sun Microsystems
Open Innovation in Asia: The Changing Role of India Slides
11/6 Panel Discussion:

Dr. Sean Wang
President,
ITRI International

Dr. Tomoya Yamashiki
Director of Corporate Research and
Business Development
Toray Industries (America) Ltd.
Asian R&D in Silicon valley Slides
11/13 Panel:
Mr. Song Zhu
Senior Associate,
Squire Sanders & Dempsey
Palo Alto, San Francisco

Ms. Amy Sommers
National Partner,
Squire, Sanders & Dempsey
Shanghai (by teephon)

Mr. Kenneth Esptein
Principal
NewCap Partners Inc.

Moderated by Prof. Richard Dasher
Stanford Unviersity

Asia and the Globalization of Technology Development: Intellectual Propoerty Challenges and Solutions Slide IP Protection

Slide IP Challenge
11/20 Dr. Shigeo Kagami
Professor
Division of University Corporate Relations,
The University of Tokyo

Mr. Mike Alfant
CEO
Fusion Systems Inc.

Mr. Robert Eberhart
Fellow, SPRIE,
Stanford University

Panel Discussion presented in conjunction with Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurships (SPRIE)

The Impact of Entrepreneurs in Asia on the Evolution of Global Technology Development
Slides
11/27 THANKS GIVING NO SEMINAR