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EE 402A | Topics in International Technology Management, Fall Quarter 2001

Theme: High-Tech Entrepreneurship and Innovation in East Asia

September 27th through December 6th, 2001
Every Thursday, 4:15 – 5:30 pm
Free to the Public
Stanford University, Skilling Auditorium (Directions)

Instructor: Richard Dasher (rdasher at stanford dot edu)

The USJTMC wishes to recognize major support for this series from:

EE-402A Fall 2001 Speaker Line Up

Date Speaker Title Slides
9/27 Gary Rieschel
Executive Managing Director,
Softbank Technology Ventures
Overview:The Rise of Venture Capital in East Asia Slide

10/4 Panel Discussion:

Kiyo Oishi
President and COO,
ACCESS Systems America

Byong Yoon Kim
Chairman and CTO,
Novera Optics

Hong Lu
Co-Founder, President,
CEO, Director,
UNStarcom
Hot East Asia Technologies and Markets Oishi Slide

Kim Slide

Lu Slide

10/11 Bill Miller
Professor Emeritus,
Stanford Graduate School of Business
The Role of East Asian Governements in Promoting Entrepreneurial Innovation Slide

10/18 Daniel Faizullabhoy,
General Partner, Walden International

K.C. Fung
Professor of Economics,
UC-Santa Cruz

Andrew Issacs,
Management of Technology Program,
UC-Berkley
Cerating Entrepreneurs in East Asia No Slides
10/25 Richard Dasher
Director<
US-Japan Technology Management Center (USJTMC),
Stanford University
Entrepreneurship and University-Industry Relations in Japan: Moving Toward a New Innvoation System? Slide

11/01 Robert cole
Professor,
Hass School of Business,
UC-Berkley
Technology Management and Restructuring in Large Japanese Firms Slide

11/08 Panel Discussion:

Hong Chen,
Chairman,
Gric Communicaiton

Nadine Grant,
Founder/Principal,
Managing American Performance

Ken Rhie,
Co-Founder and Board Member,
ThinkFree;
President,
Z60 Ventures
International Partnering and Business Development by High Tech Entrepreneurs Slide

11/15 VIrginia Kiraly,
Senior Director,
Nasdaq Stock Market

Jason Noh,
Founder & Principal,
Hyper Co., Ltd and COTech Co., Ltd.;
CTO of AZMG Inc
Growing a Company to IPO in East Asia Kiraly Slide

Noh Slide

11/22 THANKSGIVING - NO SEMINAR    
11/29 Michael Brownrigg,
Partner,
China Vest
The Rise of Entrepreneurship in China: Business Opportunities for the U.S. Slide

12/06 Barbara harley,
Executive Director,
International Business Incubator

Mark Hsu,
Vice President,
H&Q Asia Pacific

Gary Bruder,
Principal,
Bruderhaus Group
Finding the Next Hot Idea: What East Asian Innovation Means for Silicon Valley Harley Slide

Hsu Slide

Brunder Slide