Appendix A

AGENDA

18 May 2010
Symposium on Building the 21st Century:
U.S.-China Cooperation on Science, Technology, and Innovation
Lecture Room
National Academy of Sciences
2100 C Street, NW
Washington, DC

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9:00 AM

Welcome

Charles Wessner, National Academy Scholar and Director of Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, The National Academies

9:10 AM

Opening Remarks

Alan Wm. Wolff, Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, and Chair, National Academies Study of Comparative National Innovation Policies

 

Ren Weimin, Vice President, Academy of Macroeconomic Research, National Development and Reform Commission

9:30 AM

Building Global Partnerships: Opportunities in U.S.-China Cooperation

Anna Borg, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Economic, Energy, and Business Affairs, U.S. Department of State

9:45 AM

Panel I: Building the New Energy Economy

Moderator: Michael Borrus, Founding General Partner, X/Seed Capital Management


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A AGENDA 18 May 2010 Symposium on Building the 21st Century: U.S.-China Cooperation on Science, Technology, and Innovation Lecture Room National Academy of Sciences 2100 C Street, NW Washington, DC 9:00 AM Welcome Charles Wessner, National Academy Scholar and Director of Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, The National Academies 9:10 AM Opening Remarks Alan Wm. Wolff, Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, and Chair, National Academies Study of Comparative National Innovation Policies Ren Weimin, Vice President, Academy of Macroeconomic Research, National Development and Reform Commission 9:30 AM Building Global Partnerships: Opportunities in U.S.- China Cooperation Anna Borg, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Economic, Energy, and Business Affairs, U.S. Department of State 9:45 AM Panel I: Building the New Energy Economy Moderator: Michael Borrus, Founding General Partner, X/Seed Capital Management 127

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128 BUILDING THE 21ST CENTURY: U.S.-CHINA COOPERATION New Renewable Energy Initiatives in the United States Kristina Johnson, Under Secretary for Energy, U.S. Department of Energy Renewable Energy Policy in China Ren Weimin, Vice President, Academy of Macroeconomic Research, National Development and Reform Commission 10:30 AM Coffee Break 10:45 AM Panel II: Innovation Clusters and the 21st Century University Moderator: Carl Dahlman, Luce Professor of International Relations and Information Technology, Georgetown University Universities, Science Parks, and Clusters in China’s Innovation Ecosystem Lou Jing, Deputy Director General, Science and Technology Department, Ministry of Education Universities and the U.S. Innovation System Charles Vest, President, National Academy of Engineering Universities as Drivers of Growth in the United States C. D. “Dan” Mote, Jr., President, University of Maryland, College Park U.S. Initiatives for Building Innovation Clusters Ginger Lew, Senior Advisor, White House National Economic Council 12:30 PM Working Lunch in the Refectory

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129 APPENDIX A AGENDA 1:30 PM Panel III: ICT and Innovation: Growth Engine and Enabling Technologies Moderator: Dan Breznitz, Professor and Director for Globalization, Innovation, and Development, Georgia Institute of Technology Impact of Broadband on Economic Growth and Productivity Chen Ying, Deputy Director General, Software Department, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Broadband Strategy in the United States Eugene Huang, Senior Advisor to the Chief Technology Officer, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy ICT Development in U.S. and Chinese Contexts Mark Dean, Vice President for Technical Strategy and Global Operations, IBM Research 2:45 PM Coffee Break 3:00 PM Panel IV: New Frontiers: Opportunities & Challenges for Cooperation Moderator: Bill Bonvillian, Director, Washington DC Office, Massachusetts Institute of Technology International Collaboration and Indigenous Innovation Yang Xianwu, Deputy Director General, High and New Technology Department, Ministry of Science and Technology Joint U.S.-China Medical Research Opportunities Anna Barker, Deputy Director, National Cancer Institute National Laboratories and International Cooperation Robin Newmark, Director, Strategic Energy Analysis Center, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

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130 BUILDING THE 21ST CENTURY: U.S.-CHINA COOPERATION 4:15 PM Lessons Learned and Next Steps Moderator: Michael Borrus, Founding General Partner, X/Seed Capital Management 5:00 PM Adjourn