PROGRAM

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1997

SESSION 1. PLENARY: Key Note Lectures
09:00-10:30 Room 1

Welcome Remarks:
M.V. Heitor, Instituto Superior Técnico
R. Martins, University of Macau

Towards a S&T Policy for the Knowledge-Based Society
J. Caraça
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Portugal

Being Digital: The unavoidable Transformation of Research Universities
R. Sullivan
IC2 Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Information Technology, Research and Development and International Cooperation
Wu Jingyian
State Science and Technology Commission of China, China

Renewing Technology Policy: Innovation Crucial for Sustainable Industrial Development
M. Maria y Campos
UNIDO, Austria

 

10:30-11:00 COFFEE BREAK

 

SESSION 2. TOWARDS THE UNIVERSITY OF THE 21ST CENTURY
11:00-12:30 Room 1

Invited Lecture: The Globalization of Universities in the 21st Century
C.-K. Son, Kyonggi University, Korea

  • Reasonable Expectations for the University in the Age of the "Knowledge-Based Societies"
    P. Conceição, P. Oliveira and M.V. Heitor
  • The EBP_Net Project: A Step towards the University of the 21st Century
    P. Reynet and G. Viala
  • University-Industry Linkage and the Role of Universities in the 21st Century
    F. Machado and T. Konishi
  • Dial-University: A Tool against Scientific and Technological Illiteracy
    D.R. Reis
  • Innovation and Effectiveness in Universities: Some Guiding Principles of Organization and Management
    J. Caraça, F. Santos and M. V. Heitor

 

SESSION 3. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY - 1

11:00-12:30 Room 2

Invited Lecture: Technology and the Larger Economy: Handling a Two-Edged Sword
J.K. Galbraith, LBJ School, University of Texas at Austin, USA

  • Government Policy and Innovation in Complex Systems Industries: The Cellular Mobile Telephone System Industry
    A. Davies
  • Technology Policy and Cost Containment Issues: the Government Dilema in Drug Policy
    C. Huttin

 

SESSION 4. TECHNOLOGICAL STRATEGIES FOR SMEs

11:00-12:30 Room 3

  • Technological Strategies and Learning Processes: Some Evidence from Portuguese SMEs
    V. C. Simões
  • Strategic Management of Technological Innovation by Industrial SMEs: Patterns of Technology Transfer with Research Centers & Universities. An Empirical Study of the Basque Regional S&T System Integration
    I. Gorriño
  • Higher Education against SME Needs
    M. Lähdeniemi
  • Diagnosing Knowledge Constraints for SMEs
    J.-P. Vos, J. Halman and J. Keizer
  • Management Practices of Successful Small and Medium Sized Business
    G.L. Jones and F. J. Evans
  • Innovation and Quality in the Service Sector: Application to SME’s
    M.S. Coelho

 

12:30-14:00 LUNCH BREAK

 

SESSION 5. KNOWLEDGE DIFFUSION AND APPLICATION
14:00-15:30 Room 1

Invited Lecturer: M. Wakelin, Bechtel International Inc., USA

  • Knowledge Creation and Diffusion in the Service Sector
    R. Evangelista and G. Sirilli
  • Knowledge Management and Integration within the European Context: How to Manage the Transition?
    P. Verdin and N. van Heck
  • To Foster an Innovative Society in a Fellow Traveller Country
    A. Inzelt

 

SESSION 6. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY - 2

14:00-15:30 Room 2

  • Technology Led Economic Development in National Capital Region: Policy Lessons for the Twenty-First Century
    R. R. Stough, K. E. Haynes, H.S. Campbell, Jr.
  • Government Policy of Russia for Encouragement of Innovation Activities in Science and Technology
    N. Arzamastsev
  • Expenditure, Outcome and Nature of Innovation in Italy
    D. Archibugi, R. Evangelista, G. Perani and F. Rapiti
  • Can the Portuguese Automotive Parts and Components Industry Succeed the Transition for the XXI Century? Challenges and Scenarios for its Development in the Next Decades
    F. Veloso and J. R. Felizardo
  • Brazil: A Center of Excellence in Software Production and Export
    E. M. Costa, K. C. Weber and J. A. B. Moura
  • Role of R&D Capabilities in Pharma Industry in India in the Context of Biotechnology Commercialization
    S. Visalakshi and G.D. Sandhya

 

SESSION 7. ALLIANCES

14:00-15:30 Room 3

  • Experiences Regarding Efforts Towards Integrating Different Functional Sections within Firms
    R. Lund
  • Technological Cooperation: Experiences of Portuguese Firms
    A. N. Carvalho and V.C. Simões
  • Technology Policy and Innovation: Competition between Firms and Coordination within Firms
    S. S. Athreye
  • Technological Collaboration: Theoretical Basis for further Empirical Research
    A.M. Baranano
  • Culture, Innovation, Cooperation and Development
    J.G. Martins, J.C. Alves, A. Barbedo and L.G. Silva
  • External Linkages of Portuguese Firms: Two Sectors Comparison
    J. A. B. Assis

 

15:30-16:00 COFFEE BREAK

 

SESSION 8. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY - 3

16:00-17:30 Room 1

  • Coherence and Effectiveness of Regional S&T Systems and Strategies
    H. Capron
  • The Coming of the New Strategies and the Related Policy Tools for Regional Development: The French Case
    S. Duez
  • Commercialization of Biotechnology in India - Scope for Industry - Research Organization Alliances: Case of CSIR
    S. Visalakshi
  • The Optical Computing: Development Scenarios
    L.M. Lapão
  • Recent Trends in Investments in Brazilian Computer Industry
    M. Mendonça

 

SESSION 9. WORKSHOP: Management of Technology, Technology Commercialization and Competitiveness

16:00-17:30 Room 2

Chair: L. Valadares Tavares, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Invited Lecture: The Assessment of Alternative Strategies for the Internationalization of Firms
L. Valadares Tavares, Instituto Superior Técnico / Inter-university Institute of Macau

Invited Lecture: Transfer of Know-How: the Development of New Drugs
K. White-Hunt, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Invited Lecture: Technology Transfer and Management in Developing Countries
G. Krajesik, Inter University of Macau

Invited Lecture: "Regulation of Cross Border Commercialization and Operation of Risky Technologies-An International Legal Approach"
R. Muruga Perumal

Invited Lecture: "The Role of IT in the University of the Future"
Sanyai Nabkarni

Panelists:
D. Gibson, IC
2 Institute, University of Texas at Austin, USA
V. Miranda, INESC-Macau, Portugal
A. Medina, Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação, Portugal

 

SESSION 10. WORKSHOP: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

16:00-17:30 Room 3

Chair:
S. Z. Shariq, NASA Ames Research Centre, USA
R. Sullivan, IC2 Institute, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Invited Lecture: Knowledge Management: An Emerging Integrative Discipline and Professional Society for Achieving Economic Excellence in the 21st Century
S. Z. Shariq

Invited Lecture: Innovation Strategy for the Knowledge Economy
D. M. Amidon, Entovation International, USA

Invited Lecture: Corporate Knowledge
J. Botkin, Interclass, USA

Panelists:
J. Caraça, Caloste Gulbenkian Foundation, Portugal
M. Wakelin, Bechtel International Inc., USA

 

SESSION 11. WORKSHOP: Fostering Sustainable Development in China

16:00-17:30 Room 4 (w/ simultaneous translation)

Chair: C. Yumin, All-China Youth Federation

Invited Speakers:
Zang Yaguang, All-China Youth Federation
Wang Xueli
, All-China Youth Federation

 

20:00 BANQUET

THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1997

SESSION 12. SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT
09:00-10:30 Room 1

Invited Lecture: Strategies for the Development of Automobiles Powered by Alternative Fuels
R. de Neufville, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

  • The Multimobile - Kit : a Flexible System for Sustainable Mobility within Micro-regions and Urban Areas
    P. Hultén
  • The Influence of the New Technologies under the Performance of the Human Resources from Highway Transient Transport
    E. M. Rocha de Morais and M. M. Siqueira
  • Strategies for Social Sustainability in the Built Environment: A Comparative Study
    T. V. Heitor
  • Urban Sustainability
    J.J. Delgado Domingos and M.M.R.Magalhães

 

SESSION 13. TECHNOLOGY POLICY IN SOUTH ASIA
09:00-10:30 Room 2

Invited Lecture: Technology Policies and Strategies For Southeast Asian Countries: Lessons from the Korean Experience
L. Kim, Science and Technology Policy Institute, Korea

  • Coping with Technology Divergence: Policies for Industrial Development
    A. P. D’Costa
  • Strengthening Construction of the System for Technology Achievement Transfer
    H. Jianhua
  • Innovation Policy for Developing Taiwan’s Competitive Advantage
    J. Z. Shyu

 

SESSION 14. WORKSHOP: The Formation and Management of Technology Company Incubators
09:00-10:30 - Room 4

Chair and Invited Lecturer: L. Kilcrease, Center for Commercialization and Enterprise, IC2 Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Co-Chair and Invited Lecturer: M. Dahl, Austin Technology Incubator, USA

Panelists:
J.R. Felizardo, CPIN, EC BIC, Portugal
N. Rogalev, Moscow Power and Engineering Institute, Russia
S. Shariq, NASA Ames Research Center, USA
W. Shen, Technology Innovation Center, Zhangjiang Hi-Tech. Park, China
C. Xuelin, University of Science and Technology of China, China

 

10:30-11:00 COFFEE BREAK

 

SESSION 15. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY - 4
11:00-12:30 Room 1

Invited Lecture: Technology Policy: An International Comparison of Innovation in Major Capital Projects
D. Gann, SPRU, University Sussex, UK

  • Analysis of the Interaction Between Regional R&D Productivity and the Investment Strategies of Multinational Enterprises
    A. La Bella
  • Emerging Patterns of Globalization of Corporate R&D and Implications for Innovation Capacity in Host Countries
    P. Reddy
  • Globalization of Technology and New Challenges for Technology Policy: The Importance of National and Regional Systems of Innovation
    X. Vence

 

SESSION 16. SUSTAINABILITY

11:00-12:30 Room 2

  • Sustainable Growth: New Product Growth from Technological Platforms
    D.L. Caldwell
  • Sustainable Development and Sustainable Growth: Conceptual Plain or Points on a Conceptual Plain?
    J. P. Ulhoi
  • Technology Practices on Sustainable Development
    D. Rivas and L. Alvarez-Campos
  • Sustainable Development: Concepts, Scenarios and Strategies for R&D
    M.L. Barreto, H. V. Medina, C.C. Peiter and R. C. Villas Bôas
  • Transfer of Environmentally-Sound Technology for Sustainable Industrial Development in Developing Countries
    R. Luken
  • Modelling the Utility of Natural Resources
    W. Qiwen

 

SESSION 17. THE CHINESE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM
11:00-12:30 Room 3

Invited Lecture: The Chinese S&T System and its Changing Scale in a Global Market Place
G. Oldham, IRDC, UK

  • The Higher University in the Information Era
    K. Tingyao
  • The Roles of Key Science and Engineering Universities in China
    A. Hongxi and W. Xiaoyang
  • The Investigation of Adaptability of the Chinese Administration of Scientific Research of the Patent System
    H. Y.an-Ling
  • How to Deal with the Intellectual Property in the Cooperation between Chinese University and Industry
    W. Bing
  • How to Acquire Balance between the Traditional Teaching Methodologies and the more Up-to-date High-tech Approaches
    W. Ruiqin

 

12:30-14:00 LUNCH BREAK

 

SESSION 18. WORKSHOP: LIFE-CYCLE ASSESSMENT FOR POLICY MAKING

14:00-15:30 Room 4

Chair: P. Ferrão, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Invited Lecture: Life Cycle and Policy Making
A. Azapagic, University of Surrey , UK

  • Life-Cycle Analysis for Technology Assessment in the Process Industry
    P. Ferrão and A. C. Pires
  • Life-Cycle Thinking in Decision-Making
    A. Giacomucci and G. Baldo

 

SESSION 19. UNIVERSITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

14:00-15:30 Room 1

Invited Lecture: University as a Technological Leader in Industrial Economic Development: A Case Study on Hong Kong
Otto C.C. Lin, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

  • Generation of Technology Innovation in Russian Technical University in Transition Economy:
    Challenges and Barriers
    N. Rogalev
  • The Role of the Universities on the Economic Development of Northern Ireland
    L.C. Pang
  • The University as an Integral Part of Society - a Strategic Organizational Model
    J. C. Alves and O. A.B. Cruz e Silva

 

SESSION 20. POLICY ISSUES IN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
14:00-15:30 Room 2

  • Technology Transfer and Production
    K. Hatakeyama
  • Innovation, Technological Transfer and Entrepreneurship Competitiveness
    F. M. Reigado and A. P. Couto
  • Impact of R&D Institutions on Technology Transfer in India
    P. Mathur
  • International Technology Transfer
    P.L. Gardner
  • Technology Transfer Programmes in Ireland 1988-1996
    O. McBreen
  • Modelling Technology Transfer in the US
    D. Gibson

 

15:30-16:00 COFFEE BREAK

 

SESSION 21. WORKSHOP: SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
16:00-17:30 Room 1

Chair: F. Machado, UNIDO, Austria
A. C. Pires, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Invited lecture: Technology Management for Sustainable Industrial Development in Developing Countries
F. Machado, UNIDO, Austria

  • Capital Flow, Technology Transfer and Sustainable Development: Differentiating East Asia and Latin America
    J. Lu
  • Development Priorities: Evaluating the Role of Telecommunications Infrastructure in Providing Aid to Less Developed Countries
    T. D. Vincent

 

SESSION 22. WORKSHOP: INFORMATION SYSTEMS
16:00-17:30 Room 2

Chair:
J. Fonseca de Moura, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
J. Sentieiro, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Invited Lecture: Information Networking
J. Fonseca de Moura, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

  • BioRegioN, a Virtual Company Consisting of 150 Scientific and Business Partners, as an Example of a Modern Organization Form of Business Development and Coorperation
    U. Jensen
  • Networking Technology to Enable Growth
    D. V. McCaughan and G. Kernohan
  • Robotics Integration in Manufacturing Environments
    J. Sentieiro
  • The Development Path of a Firm’s Evolution from a Functional Organization to a Process Organization
    Q. Wang and K.L. Hansen
  • From Technology to Services - The Innovation System of Portugal Telecom
    P. Nordeste

 

SESSION 23. WORKSHOP: ART AND TECHNOLOGY

09:00-10:30 Room 3

Chair and Invited Speaker:
Calado, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Invited Lecturer: F. Frankel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

 

SESSION 24. WORKSHOP: Productivity and Transfer of Technology in Macau for the 21st Century - 1

16:00-17:30 Room 4 (w/ simultaneous translation)

Chair:
O. Man Peng, CPTTM , Macau
A. Sousa, CPTTM, Macau

Panelists:
J. Alves, University of Aveiro, Portugal
N. António, University of Macau, Macau
R. Martins, University of Macau, Macau
H. Neto, Iberomoldes, Portugal

 

20:00 Banquet

FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1997

SESSION 25. Building Technology Based Enterprises in Asia

09:00-10:30 Room 1
Invited Lecture: Innovation Policies in East Asia,
M Dodgson, Australian National University, Australia

  • Build Multivariate Technology System: Technology Strategy of Chinese Enterprises
    C. Xuelin and J. Yao
  • Adjustment of Present Relationship Between Government and Enterprises
    L. Hairong and L. Liang
  • The Role of R&D Support and Services in Hong Kong: Perspectives from Technology Users and Suppliers
    J. Leung and K.Y. Tam
  • From Research to Technology Transfer in Ultra-fine Powders
    H. Liming
  • Organizational Learning in Successful East Asian Firms: Principles, Practice and Prospects
    A.-T. Koh
  • Technology, Customer and Customer Satisfying Degree
    G. Xia

 

SESSION 26. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY - 5

09:00-10:30 Room 2

  • Explicit Technology Policy: A Government-Industry Joint Venture
    F. Machado, R. Seidl da Fonseca and P. Ellwood
  • Innovation Policies of European Union Member States Viewed from the Perspective of Technology Policy Studies and Community Policies in Core Economic Fields
    M. Dahl
  • Removing Roadblocks to Technological Innovation: The Perspective of Developing and Transitional European Regions
    P. M. Mendes and J. P. Marques
  • Which Benefits May Peripheral Countries Reap from the Participation in Multinational Research Programmes? The Case of the Portuguese Involvement in the European RTD Framework Programmes
    M.M. Godinho and F. Santos
  • The Geography of Production and Innovation: How Regional ‘Styles’ Play in the Global Scenario
    S. Iammarino, M. Rosaria Prisco, A. Silvani
  • The Portuguese Industrial Development Strategy Revisited
    F. Veloso, P. Conceição, D. Frixell

 

SESSION 27. SCIENCE PARKS
09:00-10:30 Room 3

Invited Lecture: The Technopolis and the Science Parks
D. Gibson, IC
2 Institute, The Universisy of Texas at Austin, USA

  • Technoparks in Russia: State of the Art and Prospect for Development
    V.E. Shukshunov
  • Starting from Scratch: the Technological Offer of the University as a Growing Factor of a New Industrial District in a Low Tech Industrial Area, through the Enzymatic Role of a Science Park
    G. Grasso, N. Sasanelli and A. Scaramuzzi
  • Science Parks in Peripheral Countries: Limits and Possibilities. The Brazilian Experience
    E. Gomes
  • An Empirical Study of R&D Effects on High-Tech Firms in Taiwan: The Case of the Hsinchu Science-Based Industrial Park
    P.-L. Chang, P.-Young Chu, M.-Y. Ting
  • A Comparative Study on the Development Strategies of Technopolis in Korea
    T.K. Sung
  • Taguspark: A valuable asset to the competitiveness of greater Lisbon
    D. Durão, L. Maltez and V. Varela

 

10:30-11:00 COFFEE BREAK

SESSION 28. INNOVATION AND INDUSTRIAL POLICIES IN SOUTH ASIA

11:00-12:30 Room 1

  • An Empirical Approach to the Legacy of the Korean Industrial Policy
    J. Kim
  • The Innovation of the Korean Machine Tool Industry with Special Focus on User Investment and User Entry
    K. Lee
  • New Product Development to Commercialization in the Thai Food Industry
    P. Suwannaporn and M. Speece
  • Towards a Technological Innovation Strategy for Thailand
    P. Brimble, Y. Mukdapitak, C. Sripaipan and S. Vanichseni
  • The Industrial Development and Innovation Policy Around S&T in Taiwan
    C.-H. Meng
  • Dynamic Analysis of Regional Industrial Structure
    LH. Zhongsheng and L. Liang
  • Analysis of Taiwan’s National System of Innovation;
    J.Z. Shyu, C.T. Tno and H.C. Meng

 

SESSION 29. TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT
11:00-12:30 Room 2

Invited Lecture: Technological Strategies and Policies in Asia
B. Yuan, Technology Forecasting & Assessment, Taiwan

  • S&T Indicators in a Convergence Context
    J. L. Cervera and J. Rojo
  • Role of Technology Forecasting and Technology Assessment in Implementing Major Technology Interventions in Industrial Sectors
    A. Amudeswari
  • Integration of Technology Assessment in R&D Management Practices
    R. Berloznik and L. Van Langenhove
  • Measuring Technology Capability of a Country: A Case Study of Comparing the Technology Capability of Two Chinas
    B. J.C. Yuan and C.-Y. Liu
  • Main Results on the Deterministic and Stochastic Scheduling
    J. A. Amaral and C. Nunes

 

SESSION 30. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND R&D

11:00-12:30 Room 3

  • Firms’ R&D Activity and the University -Industry Interaction
    C. Vedovello
  • Innovation and Technology Transfer in Universities-Enterprises Partnerships and its Evaluation
    A.A. Fernandes and P.M.S.T. Castro
  • The University Role in Technology Transfer: An Australian Perspective
    T. Cole
  • Measuring the Meaning and Effectiveness of Technology Transfer: The Case of the NSF Science and Technology Centers
    P. Conceição and D. Gibson
  • Entrepreneurial Universities: Policies, Strategies and Practice
    D. Jones-Evans
  • Failures to Innovate
    Y. T. Park, J. Butler and A. Pearson

 

12:30-14:00 LUNCH BREAK

 

SESSION 31. PRACTICAL ISSUES IN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN ASIA
14:00-15:30 Room 1

Invited Lecture: Change Organizational Culture is Essential to Technology Transfer Success in Long Run
C. Xuelin, University of Science and Technology of China, Heifei, China

  • Regional Integration, Networked Production and Technological Competition: The "Greater China" Economic Circle Beyond 1997
    X. Chen
  • The Benign Operating Mechanism of the Technological Advances in the Medium and Small Size Enterprises
    C. J. Xin and C. L. Xia
  • Technology Policy and Strategy for National Competitiveness
    F. Wu
  • Technology Policy and Planning in China’s Industry
    Z. Wei and M. Speece
  • The Certification and the Development of National RTO’s in China: Typical Cases in Transition Economy
    Z. Yuan

 

SESSION 32. TECHNOLOGY FINANCE AND STRATEGIES
14:00-15:30 Room 2

  • A Cleaner Production Revolving Fund Model: Experience from Various Economies and Recommendations for Implementation
    N. Peltier
  • Global Finance for Technology-based Ventures Information, Networking and Policy for Economic Development
    J. Konings
  • Finance for New Technology-Based Ventures in India: A Case Study
    V. Kumar
  • Financial Support for Technological Capability of the Brazilian Electrical Sector
    R.G. Silva and H.J.T. Neto
  • Project Alliancing in the Offshore Industry
    B. Braks and J. Halman
  • Learning Process and Technological Strategies: the Case of Petrobras in the Offshore Industry
    S. S. Dahab and H. R. Rush

 

SESSION 33. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND PATENTING
14:00-15:30 Room 3

  • Proprietary Processes and Technology and the Patenting Strategy
    D.L. Caldwell
  • Quick Scan - A Novelty Search Service in the framework of EU-R&D Programmes
    W. Kutt, M. Schmiemann and J.N. Durvy
  • The Case of the EPO-Patenting Firms in Denmark 1978-1996
    A. O. Nielsen
  • Hedonic Approach for Valuating Intellectual Properties
    T. Tomita
  • Capitalizing of Intellectual Property: The Challenges for the Development of European Universities
    P. Conceição, M.V. Heitor and P. Oliveira
  • Intellectual Property Rights and Product Liability Concerning to Inventions in Outer Space
    M. Pardal

 

15:30-16:00 COFFEE BREAK

 

SESSION 34. WORKSHOP: Agility, Process technology and integrated Design for Improved Industrial Management and Process Intensification

16:00-17:30 Room 1

Chair and Invited Speaker:
J. Amos, IC
2 Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, USA

  • Integrated Environmental Production Planning and Control
    M. Forster, G. Siestrup and H.-D. Haasis
  • Integrating Environmental Policy and Business Strategies: The Need for Innovative Management in Industry
    P.C. Ferrão and M. V. Heitor
  • Sustainable Development Through Agility: Integrating Environmental and Social Concerns into the Strategic Vision of Corporations
    S. Tankha

 

SESSION 35. WORKSHOP: Productivity and transfer of technology in Macau for the xxi century - 2

16:00-17:30 Room 4 (w/ simultaneous translation)

Chair: O. Man Peng, CPTTM, Macau

 

20:00 BANQUET

 

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