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Appendix A Agenda 20-22 SEPTEMBER 2006 COOPERATIVE SYMPOSIUM “INNOVATIVE FLANDERS: INNOVATION POLICIES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY” LEUVEN, FLANDERS Day 1: Wednesday, 20 September 2006 12:00 U.S. Speakers’ Lunch 13:30 Registration 14:00 Welcoming Remarks & Overview of the Programme dr. Peter Spyns, Department of Economy, Science and Innoation, The Flemish Goernment 14:15 Remarks by the U.S. Delegation dr. Bill Spencer, SEMATECH (retired) 1

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1 APPENDIX A 14:30 Session I: Perspectives on the Flemish Innovation System Moderator: Charles W. Wessner, PhD, U.S. National Research Council The Flemish Innovation System and Its Components dr. Peter Spyns, Department of Economy, Science and Innoation, The Flemish Goernment Implementation and Monitoring of the Flemish Innovation System Eric Sleeckx, Flemish Institute for the Promotion of Innoation through Science & Technology (IWT) Discussant Prof. dr. Luc Soete, Uniersity of Maastricht, Netherlands, & UN Uni-MERIT 15:30 Coffee Break 16:30 Session II: Perspectives on the U.S. Innovation System Moderator: Prof. dr. Luc Soete United Nations Uniersity, Director of MERIT Challenges and Current Developments in the U.S. Innovation System Mary Good, Uniersity of Arkansas at Little Rock Global Competition, Corporate Policy, and National Interest Mark B. Myers, Xerox Corporation (retired) 18:00 Ministerial Address Fientje Moerman, Vice Minister-President of the Flemish Goernment, Minister for Economy, Enterprise, Science, Innoation, and Foreign Trade 18:30 End of day 1 Day 2: Thursday, 21 September 2006 09:00 Session III: Cooperative Research and Global Competition in Semiconductors Moderator: dr. Peter Spyns, Department of Economy, Science and Innoation, The Flemish Goernment Current Trends—A U.S. Industry Perspective George Scalise, Semiconductor Industry Association

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1 APPENDIX A Chinese Innovation & Development Strategies Alan Wm. Wolff, Dewey Ballantine, L.L.P. The IMEC Concept and Contribution Anton De Proft, IMEC , The SEMATECH Contribution Kenneth Flamm, Uniersity of Texas at Austin The IMEC Experience—A Strategic Partner Industry Perspective Allen Bowling, Texas Instruments 10:40 Coffee Break 11:10 Session IV: Innovation through Knowledge Diffusion Moderator: Mark B. Myers, Xerox Corporation (retired) The Leuven Experience as Centre of an Innovative Regional Hot Spot Prof. dr. ir. Koenraad Debackere, K.U.Leuen An Industry Perspective: The Case of the Chemical Industry dr. Erwin Annys, Federation of the Belgian Chemical Industries and Life Sciences (formerly Fedichem, now Essenscia) University-Based Entrepreneurship in the United States Prof. dr. Paul Ducheyne, Uniersity of Pennsylania 12:25 Lunch 13:30 Session V: Meeting the Early-stage Finance Challenge Moderator: Prof. dr. Luc Soete, Uniersity of Maastricht, Netherlands, and UN Uni-MERIT Texas Innovation Initiatives Pike Powers, Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P. Overview of TxAN: A New Model for Research Collaboration Randal K. Goodall, SEMATECH From Research to University Spin-off: Experience in Belgium Prof. dr. Bruno de Vuyst, Vesalius College, Vrije Uniersiteit Brussel (VUB) and Lawfort Brussels

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1 APPENDIX A Commercializing University Research: The Role of SBIR Charles W. Wessner, PhD, U.S. National Research Council Flemish Innovation Fund: Goals, Mechanisms, and Results Rudy Aernoudt, Department of Economy, Science, and Innoation Impact of the Policy Measures on High-tech Innovative Start-ups Prof. dr. B. Clarysse, Blerick Leuen Gent Management School, Ghent Uniersity Concept and Evaluation of the Advanced Technology Program Marc Stanley, National Institute of Standards and Technology The Challenge of Collecting Good Evaluation Data Prof. dr. Bart Van Looy, Flemish Research Center for Science, Technology, and Innoation Research (SOOS) 17:10 End of day 2 Day 3: Friday, 22 September 2006 10:00 Session VI: Flemish Strategic Research Centres Moderator: Peter Spyns, Flemish Authorities, Department of Economy, Science and Innoation, Technology and Innoation Diision Flanders Interuniversity Institute for Biotechnology (VIB)VIB) dr. Liee Ongena, Flanders Interuniersity Institute for Biotechnology (VIB) Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO) VITO) Dirk Fransaer, Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO) 10:50 Coffee Break Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology (IBBT) Wim De Waele, Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology (IBBT) General Closure

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17 APPENDIX A 11:30 Tour of IMEC Facility 12:00 Lunch 13:30 End of Day 3