DOD approaches to international research

Phil Parrish, University of Virginia

Introduction to the forum

Peter Bridenbaugh

Materials research in China

Xishan Xie, University of Science and Technology, Beijing

Materials research in Japan and Korea

Emily Ann Meyer, NRC

Materials research in India

Michelle Iacoletti, NRC intern

Materials research in the European Union

Duane Shelton, World Technology Education Center

Materials research in the former Soviet Union

Bert Westwood, Sandia National Laboratories

Discussion of the bottom line

Natalia Tamirisa, International Monetary Fund

Meeting 3, May 12–13, 2004

Global S&T economic issues

Bernard Kritzer and Alex Lopes, Department of Commerce

Export compliance: A corporate perspective

Mark Snyder, The Boeing Company

Small business R&D: A corporate perspective

Anthony C. Mulligan, Advanced Ceramics Research

Policies concerns and intellectual property

Tim Holbrook, University of Chicago-Kent College of Law

Tax policy and global decision making

Jessica L. Katz, Caplin and Drysdale, Attorneys

ITAR fact-finding results

Toni Maréchaux, NRC

Protecting the researcher: A university perspective

Robert Anderson, Illinois Institute of Technology

Meeting 4, July 22–23, 2004

Overview of previous benchmark study

Kathy Taylor, General Motors (retired)

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