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The Offshoring of Engineering: Facts, Unknowns, and Potential Implications
Appendix A Workshop Agenda
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERINGTHE OFFSHORING OF ENGINEERING:FACTS, MYTHS, UNKNOWNS,AND IMPLICATIONS
2100 C Street, N.W.
October 24–25, 2006
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
William Spencer, Chairman Emeritus,SEMATECH
Keynote Talks: The Globalization of Engineering
Charles Vest, President Emeritus,Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Robert Galvin, Chairman Emeritus, MotorolaInc.
Moderator: Susan Graham, Pehong ChenDistinguished Professor, University ofCalifornia, Berkeley
Rafiq Dossani, Senior Research Scholar,Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center,Stanford University
Alfred Spector, Consultant and Former VicePresident of Strategy and Technology, IBMSoftware Group
Moderator: Peter Bridenbaugh, RetiredExecutive Vice President of Science,Technology, Engineering, Environment,Safety and Health, Alcoa
John Moavenzadeh, Executive Director,International Motor Vehicle Program,Massachusetts Institute of Technology
John Cohoon, Executive Director, GlobalEngineering Processes, General MotorsCorporation
Panel: Implications for the Engineering Workforce and Profession
Moderator: Lori Kletzer, Professor ofEconomics and Department Chair,University of California, Santa Cruz
Ralph Wyndrum, President, IEEE-USA, andCEO, Executive Engineering Consultants
Richard Freeman, Herbert S. AschermanProfessor of Economics, HarvardUniversity; Co-Director, Labor and WorklifeProgram, Harvard Law School; andDirector, Labor Studies Program, NationalBureau of Economic Research