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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
Duncan Moore, Office of Senator John D. Rockefeller IV
Proctor Reid, National Academy of Engineering
Jack Simon, General Motors
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
Chairman's Opening Remarks (Jim Martin, Rockwell Science Center)
U.S. Industry Needs and Corporate Approaches
John Oblak and Bryan Moser, United Technologies Corp. Terrence Heng, Motorola Inc.
U.S. Government Programs
Phyllis Genther Yoshida, U.S. Department of Commerce
Ritsuko Gray, FBIS
Glenn Hoetker, Dewey Ballantine
Learning from Japanese Approaches
John Quinn, Quinn International
Consortia, University, and Other Private Sector Activities
Howard Curtis, MCC
Mindy Kotler, Japan Information Access Project
Hillary Handwerger, NCMS
Richard Schlichting, University of Arizona
Implementation Issues: Utilizing Information Technology to Meet U.S. Industry Needs
Alan Marwick, IBM Corp.
Conclusions and Policy Issues