Appendix A
Workshops Organized by the Committee on Japan as Input for the Study on Maximizing U.S. Interests

FOREIGN COMPANY ACCESS TO U.S. NATIONAL LABORATORIES

December 16, 1993

Agenda

9:00 am Chairman's Opening Remarks (Erich Bloch, Council on Competitiveness)

Discussion Topics:

  • Foreign Company Access to U.S. National Laboratories—Current Status and Trends

  • Benefits and Risks of Interaction

  • U.S. Industry Access to Japanese Government-Sponsored R&D

  • Policies Toward Access

  • Developing a Proactive U.S. Approach

4:00 pm Adjourn

Presenters and Discussants

Ray Ahearn, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative

Jim Anderson, Ford Motor Co.

Bill Appleton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Mark Bohannon, U.S. Department of Commerce

John Boright, U.S. Department of State

Philip Chen, National Institutes of Health

Mary Beth Davis, U.S. Department of Energy

John DeMember, Digital Equipment Corp.

Gerry Dinneen, National Academy of Engineering

David Goldston, House Committee on Science, Space and Technology

Michael Graham, Pacific Northwest Laboratory

Jessie Harris, U.S. Department of Energy

Colin Helmer, U.S. Department of State

Joseph Hezir, OP Group

Russell Jamison, Smith and Nephew Richards

Elton Kaufmann, Argonne National Laboratory

Dick Kegg, Cincinnati Milacron

Bob Kneller, National Institutes of Health



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Maximizing U.S. Interests in Science and Technology Relations with Japan Appendix A Workshops Organized by the Committee on Japan as Input for the Study on Maximizing U.S. Interests FOREIGN COMPANY ACCESS TO U.S. NATIONAL LABORATORIES December 16, 1993 Agenda 9:00 am Chairman's Opening Remarks (Erich Bloch, Council on Competitiveness) Discussion Topics: Foreign Company Access to U.S. National Laboratories—Current Status and Trends Benefits and Risks of Interaction U.S. Industry Access to Japanese Government-Sponsored R&D Policies Toward Access Developing a Proactive U.S. Approach 4:00 pm Adjourn Presenters and Discussants Ray Ahearn, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative Jim Anderson, Ford Motor Co. Bill Appleton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Mark Bohannon, U.S. Department of Commerce John Boright, U.S. Department of State Philip Chen, National Institutes of Health Mary Beth Davis, U.S. Department of Energy John DeMember, Digital Equipment Corp. Gerry Dinneen, National Academy of Engineering David Goldston, House Committee on Science, Space and Technology Michael Graham, Pacific Northwest Laboratory Jessie Harris, U.S. Department of Energy Colin Helmer, U.S. Department of State Joseph Hezir, OP Group Russell Jamison, Smith and Nephew Richards Elton Kaufmann, Argonne National Laboratory Dick Kegg, Cincinnati Milacron Bob Kneller, National Institutes of Health

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Maximizing U.S. Interests in Science and Technology Relations with Japan Norman Kreisman, U.S. Department of Energy Burgess Laird, Los Alamos National Laboratory Elliot Maxwell, National Institute of Standards and Technology Duncan Moore, Office of Senator John D. Rockefeller IV Proctor Reid, National Academy of Engineering Jack Simon, General Motors George Sinnott, National Institute of Standards and Technology Pace VanDeVender, Sandia National Laboratory Mauro Walker, Motorola Inc. Deborah Wince-Smith, Council on Competitiveness Stanley Zehr, Rockwell International U.S. INDUSTRY NEEDS AND ACCESS TO JAPANESE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION June 15, 1994 Agenda 8:45 am Chairman's Opening Remarks (Jim Martin, Rockwell Science Center) 9:00 U.S. Industry Needs and Corporate Approaches   John Oblak and Bryan Moser, United Technologies Corp. Terrence Heng, Motorola Inc. 10:30 U.S. Government Programs   Phyllis Genther Yoshida, U.S. Department of Commerce   Ritsuko Gray, FBIS   Glenn Hoetker, Dewey Ballantine 12:00 pm Learning from Japanese Approaches   John Quinn, Quinn International 1:00 Consortia, University, and Other Private Sector Activities   Howard Curtis, MCC   Mindy Kotler, Japan Information Access Project   Hillary Handwerger, NCMS   Richard Schlichting, University of Arizona 2:45 Implementation Issues: Utilizing Information Technology to Meet U.S. Industry Needs   Alan Marwick, IBM Corp. 3:30 Conclusions and Policy Issues 4:30 Adjourn

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Maximizing U.S. Interests in Science and Technology Relations with Japan Presenters and Discussants Claude Cavender, Japan Information Access Project Maurice Cloutier, Foreign Broadcast Information Service Howard Curtis, MCC Eric Gangloff, Japan-United States Friendship Commission Ritsuko Gray, Foreign Broadcast Information Service Hillary Handwerger, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Colin Helmer, U.S. Department of State Terrence Heng, Motorola Inc. James Hiney, Noise Cancellation Technologies Glenn Hoetker, Dewey Ballantine John Hopper, U.S. Department of Defense David Icikson, U.S. Department of Energy Mindy Kotler, Japan Information Access Project Norman Kreisman, U.S. Department of Energy Susan Lusk, Japan Information Access Project Alan Marwick, IBM Corp. Duncan Moore, Office of Senator John D. Rockefeller IV Bryan Moser, United Technologies Corp. John Oblak, United Technologies Corp. Patti O'Neill-Brown, U.S. Department of Commerce John Quinn, Quinn International Richard Schlichting, University of Arizona Linda Staheli, Office of Science and Technology Policy Pat Tsuchitani, National Science Foundation Phyllis Genther Yoshida, U.S. Department of Commerce DEVELOPING HUMAN RESOURCES TO COMPETE AND COOPERATE WITH JAPAN IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY August 24, 1994 Agenda 9:00 am Chairman's Opening Remarks (Jim Martin, Rockwell Science Center) 9:10 Researcher Experiences in Japan and Their Value in the U.S. Market   Anders Solem, General Electric   Michael Barnett, Hydromantis Co.   Andy Howard, Hewlett-Packard   Jay Martin, University of Wisconsin, Madison   Janice Cassidy, National Science Foundation

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Maximizing U.S. Interests in Science and Technology Relations with Japan 10:10 Industry Perspectives on the Value of Japan Expertise Thomas Keogh, Westinghouse-Mitsubishi Electric Co.   Exchange Engineer Program   Don Shaw, Establishing a Research Laboratory in Japan,   Texas Instruments' Tsukuba Research Laboratory   Webster Howard, Managing an Industrial Alliance, the IBM   Toshiba Flat Panel Displays Joint Development Project   Yoshio Nishi, American and Japanese Perspectives 12:15 pm Program Perspectives—New Efforts to Develop Human Resources 2:00 Roundtable Discussion to Develop Conclusions and Policy Options and Alternative 4:30 Adjourn Presenters and Discussants Mark Aguiar, U.S. Department of State Michael W. Barnett, Hydromantis, Inc. Keith Brown, University of Pittsburgh Robert A. Burmeister, Stanford University Janice Cassidy, National Science Foundation Thomas Chapman, University of Wisconsin, Madison William Cummings, State University of New York, Buffalo Richard Dasher, Stanford University Barry Dayton, 3M Corp. Patricia Gercik, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Colin Helmer, U.S. Department of State Andy Howard, Hewlett-Packard Co. Webster Howard, AT&T Bell Laboratories Thomas J. Keogh, Westinghouse (retired) Robert Kneller, National Institutes of Health Norman Kreisman, U.S. Department of Energy Wally Lopez, University of New Mexico Jay Martin, University of Wisconsin, Madison J.J. Neale, Eastman Kodak Company Yoshio Nishi, Hewlett-Packard Co. Patti O'Neill-Brown, U.S. Department of Commerce John Purcell, IBM Corp. Don W. Shaw, Texas Instruments, Inc. John Shook, University of Michigan Anders E. Solem, General Electric Company Linda Staheli, Office of Science and Technology Policy John Thome, Motorola Inc. Patricia Tsuchitani, National Science Foundation

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Maximizing U.S. Interests in Science and Technology Relations with Japan Koto White, Air Force Office of Scientific Research Phyllis Genther Yoshida, U.S. Department of Commerce JAPANESE ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY: U.S. INDUSTRY NEEDS AND ACCESS September 8, 1994 Agenda 9:00 am Chairman's Opening Remarks (Jim Solberg, Purdue University) 9:15 Participant Perspectives 10:30 Promising Areas for U.S.-Japan Cooperation in Advanced Manufacturing 1:30 pm Possible Mechanisms for Cooperation 3:00 Conclusions 3:45 Chairman's Summary 4:00 Adjourn Presenters and Discussants Joe Bordogna, National Science Foundation Deborah Carr, Coalition for Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Janice Cassidy, National Science Foundation Gerry Dinneen, National Academy of Engineering Hal Edmondson, Hewlett-Packard (retired) Ken Flamm, U.S. Department of Defense Ken Gabriel, Advanced Research Projects Agency Colin Helmer, U.S. Department of State Wayne Hofer, U.S. Department of Energy John Hopper, U.S. Department of Defense Rick Jackson, National Institute of Standards and Technology Lee Kapor, GE Aircraft Engines (retired) Bruce Kramer, National Science Foundation Rakesh Mahajan, Deneb Robotics Ed Miller, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Mark Mitchell, Coming Inc. Patti O'Neill-Brown, U.S. Department of Commerce Pat Tsuchitani, National Science Foundation Mike Wozny, National Institute of Standards and Technology Bob Verbal, Ford Motor Co.

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Maximizing U.S. Interests in Science and Technology Relations with Japan Andy Wan, U.S. Department of Commerce Larry Weber, National Science Foundation Phyllis Genther Yoshida, U.S. Department of Commerce JAPAN: THE EMERGING COMPETITIVE PARADIGMS January 11-13, 1995 Agenda Day One 6:30 pm Comments by Steven Vogel, University of California, Irvine Day Two 8:15 am Chairman's Opening Remarks (Jim Martin, Rockwell Science Center) 8:30 Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment   Robert Leachman, University of California, Berkeley   Richard Aurelio, Varian Associates   Papken Der Torossian, Silicon Valley Group 10:30 Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, and Health Care   Aki Yoshikawa, Stanford University   Carole Cooper Martin, Pacific Bio-Link Consulting 1:30 pm Advanced Materials   Bill Flock, Coors Electronic Packaging 3:30 Autos   Mike Smitka, Washington and Lee University   Larry Hagood, Johnson Controls   Gerry Conover, Ford Motor Co. 5:30 Adjourn Day Three 8:30 am Information Industries   Michael Borrus, University of California, Berkeley 10:30 Over Arching Themes and Key Questions Noon Adjourn Presenters and Discussants Richard Aurelio, Varian Associates Erich Bloch, Council on Competitiveness

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Maximizing U.S. Interests in Science and Technology Relations with Japan Michael Borrus, University of California, Berkeley Benedicte Callan, University of California, Berkeley Gerry Conover, Ford Motor Co. Carole Cooper Martin, Pacific Bio-Link Consulting Papken Der Torossian, Silicon Valley Group Bill Flock, Coors Electronic Packaging Larry Hagood, Johnson Controls Norman Kreisman, U.S. Department of Energy Robert Leachman, University of California, Berkeley Mike Smitka, Washington and Lee University Pat Tsuchitani, National Science Foundation Steven Vogel, University of California, Irvine Aki Yoshikawa, Stanford University