Appendix B
Meetings and Speakers

MEETING 1

November 17-18, 2009

National Academy of Sciences Building

Washington, D.C.


The Decline and Fall of American Science Leadership

Duane R. Shelton, World Technology Evaluation Center


The National Security Imperative for Global S&T Engagement

Gerald Epstein, Center for Science, Technology & Security Policy


Presentation on Russia and Kazakhstan

Glenn Schweitzer, Office for Central Europe and Eurasia


The Implications of Strategies on Technological Innovation in China for Global Economic and Environmental Security

Fred Steward, Brunel University

MEETING 2

December 7-8, 2009

National Academy of Sciences Building

Washington, D.C.


Innovation and Development Strategies of China and India and the Changing Global Environment: Implications for the US

Carl Dahlman, Georgetown University



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Appendix B Meetings and Speakers MEETING 1 November 17-18, 2009 National Academy of Sciences Building Washington, D.C. The Decline and Fall of American Science Leadership Duane R. Shelton, World Technology Evaluation Center The National Security Imperative for Global S&T Engagement Gerald Epstein, Center for Science, Technology & Security Policy Presentation on Russia and Kazakhstan Glenn Schweitzer, Office for Central Europe and Eurasia The Implications of Strategies on Technological Innovation in China for Global Economic and Environmental Security Fred Steward, Brunel University MEETING 2 December 7-8, 2009 National Academy of Sciences Building Washington, D.C. Innovation and Development Strategies of China and India and the Changing Global Environment: Implications for the US Carl Dahlman, Georgetown University 0

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0 APPENdix b Global Innovation Strategies, The Role of Public-Private-Partnerships Charles Wessner, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, National Research Council Brazilian University Research: Presentation to the Committee on Global Science and Technology Strategies and Their Effect on U.S. National Security, of the U. S. National Academies Silvio Salinas, Institute of Physics, University of São Paulo, Brazil The Changing Face of R&D, Singapore Peter Schwartz, Global Business Network Science and Technology Policy in japan Takashi Inutsuka, Embassy of Japan The Unrequited U.S.-japan National Security Science & Technology Relationship Paul Giarra, Global Strategies and Transformation Jim Delaney, Institute for Defense Analysis US-japan Research, Development and Acquisition Cooperation with Department of Defense and US Industry Frank Cevasco, Cevasco International An Objective, Reliable and Accurate Measure of Research Leadership Richard Klavans, SciTech Strategies, Inc. Kevin Boyack, SciTech Strategies, Inc. China’s National Innovation System and R&D Strategies Somi Seong, RAND Corporation Science &Technology Policies and Practices in India, China, and Brazil: The Case of Biotechnology and Life Sciences Peter Singer, McLauglin-Rotman Centre for Global Health, University of Toronto Rahim Rezaie, University of Toronto MEETING 3 january 20-21, 2010 National Academy of Sciences Building Washington, D.C. The Science of Science & Innovation Policy Julia Lane, National Science Foundation Global R&D Innovation from an Indian Perspective Y. S. Rajan, Confederation of Indian Industry Evolution of the Science, Technology and Innovation Concepts in Brazil: From Discourse to Relevance Hernan Chaimovich, The Brazilian Academy of Sciences

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0 S&T STrATEgiES Of Six COuNTriES Current Developments in Russian Science & Technology: Between Ambitions and Realities Peter Radoev Zashev, Emerging Markets Research University Research Group, International Business and Culture, Kymenlaakso University of Applied Sciences, Finland Brazil Science, Technology and Innovation Plan for National Development Action Plan 2007-2010 Flavio Grynszpan, Motorola Brazil Science and Engineering Research Council, Powering Innovations Empowering Lives Charles Zukoski, Science and Engineering Research Council, Agency for Science Technology and Research, Singapore, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign China’s Emerging Technological Trajectory Critical Issues and Implications Denis Fred Simon, The Pennsylvania State University The Brazilian Innovation System Figures and Problems Carlos Pacheco, State University of Campinas – UNICAMP Overview of Science, Technology & Innovation Systems in Brazil Eduardo M. Krieger, Harvard Medical School, Hypertension Unit, Heart Institute, Brazil Russia’s Dilemma: Natural Resource State or High-Tech Player? Loren Graham, Program in Science, Technology, and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MEETING 4 March 8-9, 2010 Beckman Center of the National Academies Irvine, California Writing Meeting