Appendix A

Workshop Agendas

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WORKSHOP ON TRENDS IN THE INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM: CAN PAST SUCCESSES HELP INFORM FUTURE STRATEGIES?

Xerox PARC
3333 Coyote Hill Road
Palo Alto, California 94304

TUESDAY, 26 FEBRUARY 2013

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Appendix A Workshop Agendas WORKSHOP ON TRENDS IN THE INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM: CAN PAST SUCCESSES HELP INFORM FUTURE STRATEGIES? Xerox PARC 3333 Coyote Hill Road Palo Alto, California 94304 TUESDAY, 26 FEBRUARY 2013 OPEN SESSION 8:45 AM Introduction, Opening Remarks, and Meeting Richard Zare, Objectives Chair Each panel discussion will have a specific Kevin Finneran, focus, but a few core questions will underlie Director all of the discussions.  What were the key ingredients to earlier successes?  Why did some ideas/projects fail?  Would the same approaches succeed today?  What is the most effective role for university researchers?  What are the weak spots in the innovation process?  How is innovation likely to change?  How does public policy help or hinder innovation today? 9:00 AM What were the keys to early successes? David Hodges, Berkeley Eli Yablonovitch, Berkeley Bill Rutter, Chiron 43

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44 WORKSHOPS ON TRENDS IN THE INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM 10:15 AMHow does innovation differ among sectors? Yi Cui, Stanford How is it changing? Steven Quake, Stanford 11:30 AMLunch with Speaker John Hennessy, Stanford 1:15 PM Creating an environment for innovation Michael Borrus, X/Seed David Mowery, Berkeley Business School Ed Penhoet, Chiron, PCAST 3:00 PM Break 3:15PM COSEPUP discussion Richard Zare, Chair Kevin Finneran, Director 5:15 PM Adjourn

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APPENDIX A: WORKSHOP AGENDAS 45 WORKSHOP ON TRENDS IN THE INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM: THE ROLE OF RESEARCH PARKS The National Academies Keck Center Room 204 500 Fifth Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 Teleconference Participants Call-in Number: 1-(866) 715-2135; Passcode: 6685394 MONDAY, 20 MAY 2013 OPEN SESSION 8:00 AM Continental Breakfast 8:30 AM Introduction and Opening Remarks Richard Zare, Chair Kevin Finneran, Director 8:35 AM Research Parks – Panel 1 Charles Wessner, NAS John Hardin, NC Dept. of Commerce Jackie Kerby Moore, Sandia S&T Park 10:00 AM Break 10:30 AM Research Parks – Panel 2 Brian Darmody, U. Maryland Lewis Branscomb, JILA Eileen Walker, AURP 12:00 PM Lunch

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