Appendix D
Workshop on U.S.-Japan Technology Linkages in Semiconductors: Agenda and Participants

September 12, 1991

Stanford University-Encina Hall

National Research Council

Committee on Japan

Welcome and Introductions

Paper Summary

DANIEL OKIMOTO, Stanford University

Historical Experience/Trends

SHERIDAN TATSUNO, NeoConcepts

Discussants:

Warren E. Davis, Semiconductor Industry Association

Bevan P.F. Wu, IBM

Break

A Japanese Perspective

YOSHIO NISHI, Hewlett-Packard

Discussants:

Masazumi Ishii, AZCA

Hideo Ito, Toshiba America Electronic Components

Tai Sato, Kubota C-Cube Microsystems

Case Studies

EDWARD DEWATH

Discussant:

John A. Blair, Booz Allen & Hamilton



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U.S.-Japan Strategic Alliances in the Semiconductor Industry: Technology Transfer, Competition, and Public Policy Appendix D Workshop on U.S.-Japan Technology Linkages in Semiconductors: Agenda and Participants September 12, 1991 Stanford University-Encina Hall National Research Council Committee on Japan Welcome and Introductions Paper Summary DANIEL OKIMOTO, Stanford University Historical Experience/Trends SHERIDAN TATSUNO, NeoConcepts Discussants: Warren E. Davis, Semiconductor Industry Association Bevan P.F. Wu, IBM Break A Japanese Perspective YOSHIO NISHI, Hewlett-Packard Discussants: Masazumi Ishii, AZCA Hideo Ito, Toshiba America Electronic Components Tai Sato, Kubota C-Cube Microsystems Case Studies EDWARD DEWATH Discussant: John A. Blair, Booz Allen & Hamilton

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U.S.-Japan Strategic Alliances in the Semiconductor Industry: Technology Transfer, Competition, and Public Policy Discussion of Paper WILLIAM HOWARD, National Academy of Engineering Other Participants/Discussants Elie Antoun, LSI Logic Corp. Michael Borrus, University of California, Berkeley Robert Burmeister, Saratoga Technology Associates Papken Der Torossian, Silicon Valley Group, Inc. Kathleen Eisenhardt, Stanford University William Lane, Motorola Inc. Junko Matsubara, Dataquest Inc. Franklin Schellenberg, IBM