APPENDIX B
Symposium Agenda for the Future of Personal Transport in China

Friday, January 12, 2001

Room NAS 150

9:00 AM Opening. Introduction to National Academies, the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and the Joint Study. Speakers: C.William Colglazier, Zhu Gaofeng, Dale Compton, Guo Konghui

Session I: The Chinese Transport Sector and Environment in 2001

Moderator: Zhu Gaofeng, vice president CAE

10:00 Keynote: Issues related to Personal Vehicle Expansion in China. Speaker: Liu Zhi, World Bank

10:30 Current Air Quality Problem and Control Strategies for Vehicular Emissions in China. Speaker: Prof. Shao Min, Center for Environmental Sciences, Beijing University

11:00 Features of Chinese Vehicular Fuels. Speaker: Qiu Yansheng, Deputy Chief Engineer of Research, Institute of Petroleum Processing

11:30 Predicting the Development of Personal Vehicles in Cities of China. Speaker: Lu Ximing, Director of Shanghai City Comprehensive Transportation Planning Institute

12:00 Discussion

12:30 Lunch

Session II: Advances in Automotive and Other Transport Technologies

Moderator William Wulf, President NAE

2:00 Keynote: Lessons Learned on the Road to More Efficient Transport Systems. Speaker: Martin Wachs, University of California, Berkeley

2:30 New Developments in Engines, Fuels, Emission controls, and the Role of Electronics. Speaker: John Heywood, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

3:00 Status of the Partnership for a New Generation Vehicle. Speaker: Trevor Jones, Biomec, Inc.

3:30 The Urban Experience. Speaker: Ralph Gakenheimer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

4:00 Health Implications of Increased Motorized Transport. Speaker: Dan Greenbaum, Health Effects Institute

4:30 Discussion

5:30 Adjourn



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The Future of Personal Transport in China: Summary of a Symposium, January 12, 2001 APPENDIX B Symposium Agenda for the Future of Personal Transport in China Friday, January 12, 2001 Room NAS 150 9:00 AM Opening. Introduction to National Academies, the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and the Joint Study. Speakers: C.William Colglazier, Zhu Gaofeng, Dale Compton, Guo Konghui Session I: The Chinese Transport Sector and Environment in 2001 Moderator: Zhu Gaofeng, vice president CAE 10:00 Keynote: Issues related to Personal Vehicle Expansion in China. Speaker: Liu Zhi, World Bank 10:30 Current Air Quality Problem and Control Strategies for Vehicular Emissions in China. Speaker: Prof. Shao Min, Center for Environmental Sciences, Beijing University 11:00 Features of Chinese Vehicular Fuels. Speaker: Qiu Yansheng, Deputy Chief Engineer of Research, Institute of Petroleum Processing 11:30 Predicting the Development of Personal Vehicles in Cities of China. Speaker: Lu Ximing, Director of Shanghai City Comprehensive Transportation Planning Institute 12:00 Discussion 12:30 Lunch Session II: Advances in Automotive and Other Transport Technologies Moderator William Wulf, President NAE 2:00 Keynote: Lessons Learned on the Road to More Efficient Transport Systems. Speaker: Martin Wachs, University of California, Berkeley 2:30 New Developments in Engines, Fuels, Emission controls, and the Role of Electronics. Speaker: John Heywood, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 3:00 Status of the Partnership for a New Generation Vehicle. Speaker: Trevor Jones, Biomec, Inc. 3:30 The Urban Experience. Speaker: Ralph Gakenheimer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4:00 Health Implications of Increased Motorized Transport. Speaker: Dan Greenbaum, Health Effects Institute 4:30 Discussion 5:30 Adjourn