Appendix B
Workshop Agenda

NATIONAL LABORATORIES AND UNIVERSITIES: BUILDING NEW WAYS TO WORK TOGETHER

JULY 10-11, 2003

BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA

July 10—Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Building 66 Auditorium

8:00-8:05

Opening Remarks by Jerome Grossman, NRC Committee Chair

8:05-8:10

Charles Shank, Laboratory Director, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

8:10-8:30

John H. Marburger, Director, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy1

8:30-8:40

Questions & Answers

1  

Michael Holland substituted for John Marburger on the day of the event.



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National Laboratories and Universities: Building New Ways to Work Together - Report of a Workshop Appendix B Workshop Agenda NATIONAL LABORATORIES AND UNIVERSITIES: BUILDING NEW WAYS TO WORK TOGETHER JULY 10-11, 2003 BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA July 10—Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Building 66 Auditorium 8:00-8:05 Opening Remarks by Jerome Grossman, NRC Committee Chair 8:05-8:10 Charles Shank, Laboratory Director, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 8:10-8:30 John H. Marburger, Director, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy1 8:30-8:40 Questions & Answers 1   Michael Holland substituted for John Marburger on the day of the event.

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National Laboratories and Universities: Building New Ways to Work Together - Report of a Workshop 8:30-9:00 We All Agree Collaboration Is a Good Thing—So How Can It Be Strengthened? Identification of Structural and Cultural Issues (Distinguished Panel)   Panelists: Robert Berdahl, Chancellor, University of California, Berkeley Jeffrey Wadsworth, Laboratory Director, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 9:00-9:30 Questions & Answers 9:30-10:00 Break 10:00-11:00 Incentives and Structures: Effective Mechanisms for Collaboration   Speakers: Alton Romig, Vice President for Science,Technology and Partnerships, Sandia National Laboratories Robert Rosner, William E. Wrather Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago Gerry Stokes, Director, Joint Global Change Research Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 11:00-11:20 Questions & Answers 11:20-12:20 Conducting the Best Research in a Classified Environment   Speakers: Jill Trewhella, Division Leader, Biosciences Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory Miriam John, Vice President of California Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories Dave Mao, Carnegie Institute 12:20-12:40 Questions & Answers   Lunch Presentation: How Could One Design a Nationwide University-National Laboratory Program on Homeland Security? 1:15-1:45 Mel Bernstein, Director of University Programs and Fellowships, Department of Homeland Security

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National Laboratories and Universities: Building New Ways to Work Together - Report of a Workshop 2:00-2:20 Break 2:20-3:20 Collaborations as a Means of Assuring a Sustainable Human Resource Base   Speakers: Charlette Geffen, Senior Program Manager, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Laura Gilliom, Director of University Relations Programs, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Alex King, Professor and Head, Materials Engineering, Purdue University 3:20-3:40 Questions & Answers 3:40-4:20 Non-DOE Examples of Collaborative Mechanisms   Speakers: Michael Cassasa, Director, Program Office, National Institute of Standards and Technology Kenneth Harwell, Director, Defense Laboratories Programs Department of Defense 4:20-4:40 Questions & Answers July 11 – Haas School of Business Wells Fargo Room, University of California, Berkeley 8:00-9:00 Best Practices in User Facilities   Speakers: William McLean, Director, Combustion Research Facility and Physical Sciences Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories Murray Gibson, Associate Laboratory Director, Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory Takeshi Egami, Chair, Spallation Neutron Source and High Flux Isotope Reactor Group, University of Pennsylvania 9:00-9:20 Questions & Answers

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National Laboratories and Universities: Building New Ways to Work Together - Report of a Workshop 9:20-9:40 Break 9:40-11:00 Breakout Sessions Policy Options to Provide Incentives and Structures that Promote Collaboration Policy Options for Conducting the Best Research in a Classified Environment2 Policy Options for Assuring a Sustainable Human Resource Base Policy Options to Assure Best Practices in User Facilities 11:00-11:40 Report of Breakout Sessions (5-minute presentations with 5 minutes of questions and answers) 11:40-12:00 Closing Remarks 12:15 Laboratory Tours 2   This breakout session was cancelled due to insufficient enrollment on the day of the event.