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New vistas in transatlantic science and technology cooperation [electronic resource] : based on a conference held June 8-9, 1998, in Washington, D.C. / Charles W. Wessner, editor ; Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, National Research Council.

Contributor(s): Wessner, Charles W | National Research Council (U.S.). Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Compass series (Washington, D.C.): Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Academy Press, 1999Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 160 p.).ISBN: 0585279179 (electronic bk.); 9780585279176 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Science -- International cooperation -- Congresses | Technology -- International cooperation -- Congresses | Electronic books | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Inventions | SCIENCE -- Applied Sciences | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Reference | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: New vistas in transatlantic science and technology cooperation.DDC classification: 600 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Proceedings -- Welcome / Kenneth Shine -- Opening remarks / Stuart Eizenstat, Hugo Paemen -- Plenary Session I: Trends in science and technology policy -- The U.S. perspective: the here and now versus the ideal / Joseph Bordogna -- The EU perspective on transatlantic cooperation / Jorma Routti -- Plenary Session II: International R & D cooperation: the EC and U.S. approach and the agreement on science and technology cooperation -- The U.S. approach to the U.S.-EU S & T agreement / Melinda Kimble -- The European Union vista in transatlantic science and technology cooperation / Rainer Gerold -- Complementarity of bilateral and EC cooperation with the U.S. / Paolo Fasella -- Presentations of discussions in breakout sessions -- Group A: Information technologies / Ray Kammer -- Group B: Transportation challenges for the 21st century / John C. Horsely -- Group C. Climate prediction, forecasting applications, and impacts / John Krebs -- Group D: Human environmental health sciences: endocrine disruptors / Paul Foster -- Evening Session -- Opening remarks / John Cadogan -- Keynote address / Gordon Moore -- Second Day's Welcome / William Wulf -- Best practices in small-business technology development programs / moderator Helmut List -- Industry-laboratory cooperation: the Amtex Experiment / Jerry Cogan -- Laboratory partnerships with industry / Dan Hartley -- The U.S. experience with the Small Business Innovation Research Program / Joshua Lerner -- The EU experience with small- and medium-sized enterprise development / Patrice Laget -- Discussants: John Baron, Attilio Stajano -- R & D in the framework of the new transatlantic agenda / moderator Kenneth Flamm -- The 300-mm international initiative / William Spencer -- Discussants: John Shamaly, Robert Hance, Michael Borrus -- Internationalization of the technical workforce and transatlantic cooperation in R & D / moderator William Wulf -- Discussants: E. Praestgaard, H. Glatz, Henri Conze, Gary Poehlein, Dieter Seitzer -- Concluding remarks / Jorma Routti -- Annex -- European Union research programs / Jorma Routti, William Cannell -- Multilingual information management / Gary Strong -- Charge for Electronic Commerce Subgroup / Ray Kammer -- White papers on transportation research: Opportunities for EU and U.S. cooperation in global navigation and applications ; Intelligent transportation systems: surface applications ; Intelligent transportation systems: maritime safety ; Strategic enabling research ; Intermodal transportation: intermodal transportation networks / U.S. Department of Transportation -- Agreement for Scientific and Technological Cooperation Between the European Community and the Government of the United States of America.
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"This work relates to Department of Navy grant N00014-98-1-0762 issued by the Office of Naval Research"--T.p. verso.

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Proceedings -- Welcome / Kenneth Shine -- Opening remarks / Stuart Eizenstat, Hugo Paemen -- Plenary Session I: Trends in science and technology policy -- The U.S. perspective: the here and now versus the ideal / Joseph Bordogna -- The EU perspective on transatlantic cooperation / Jorma Routti -- Plenary Session II: International R & D cooperation: the EC and U.S. approach and the agreement on science and technology cooperation -- The U.S. approach to the U.S.-EU S & T agreement / Melinda Kimble -- The European Union vista in transatlantic science and technology cooperation / Rainer Gerold -- Complementarity of bilateral and EC cooperation with the U.S. / Paolo Fasella -- Presentations of discussions in breakout sessions -- Group A: Information technologies / Ray Kammer -- Group B: Transportation challenges for the 21st century / John C. Horsely -- Group C. Climate prediction, forecasting applications, and impacts / John Krebs -- Group D: Human environmental health sciences: endocrine disruptors / Paul Foster -- Evening Session -- Opening remarks / John Cadogan -- Keynote address / Gordon Moore -- Second Day's Welcome / William Wulf -- Best practices in small-business technology development programs / moderator Helmut List -- Industry-laboratory cooperation: the Amtex Experiment / Jerry Cogan -- Laboratory partnerships with industry / Dan Hartley -- The U.S. experience with the Small Business Innovation Research Program / Joshua Lerner -- The EU experience with small- and medium-sized enterprise development / Patrice Laget -- Discussants: John Baron, Attilio Stajano -- R & D in the framework of the new transatlantic agenda / moderator Kenneth Flamm -- The 300-mm international initiative / William Spencer -- Discussants: John Shamaly, Robert Hance, Michael Borrus -- Internationalization of the technical workforce and transatlantic cooperation in R & D / moderator William Wulf -- Discussants: E. Praestgaard, H. Glatz, Henri Conze, Gary Poehlein, Dieter Seitzer -- Concluding remarks / Jorma Routti -- Annex -- European Union research programs / Jorma Routti, William Cannell -- Multilingual information management / Gary Strong -- Charge for Electronic Commerce Subgroup / Ray Kammer -- White papers on transportation research: Opportunities for EU and U.S. cooperation in global navigation and applications ; Intelligent transportation systems: surface applications ; Intelligent transportation systems: maritime safety ; Strategic enabling research ; Intermodal transportation: intermodal transportation networks / U.S. Department of Transportation -- Agreement for Scientific and Technological Cooperation Between the European Community and the Government of the United States of America.

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