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Presentations to the Committee at its Public Meetings

Meeting 1, January 26, 2004

Corporate perspective on international R&D

Bob Pfahl, International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative

Department of Commerce view

Les Smith, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Drivers for international R&D

Ed Dowling, Cleveland-Cliffs, Inc.1

Materials research and education in the United States and abroad

Merrilea Mayo, Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable

Meeting 2, March 14, 2004

Discussion of meeting with the Bureau of Industry and Security at the Department of Commerce

Toni Maréchaux, NRC

Natalia Tamirisa, International Monetary Fund

Professionals without borders

Dan Thomas, The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society

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Ed Dowling has since moved to the DeBeers Company.



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Globalization of Materials R&D: Time for a National Strategy B Presentations to the Committee at its Public Meetings Meeting 1, January 26, 2004 Corporate perspective on international R&D Bob Pfahl, International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative Department of Commerce view Les Smith, National Institute of Standards and Technology Drivers for international R&D Ed Dowling, Cleveland-Cliffs, Inc.1 Materials research and education in the United States and abroad Merrilea Mayo, Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable Meeting 2, March 14, 2004 Discussion of meeting with the Bureau of Industry and Security at the Department of Commerce Toni Maréchaux, NRC Natalia Tamirisa, International Monetary Fund Professionals without borders Dan Thomas, The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society 1   Ed Dowling has since moved to the DeBeers Company.

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Globalization of Materials R&D: Time for a National Strategy DOD approaches to international research Phil Parrish, University of Virginia Introduction to the forum Peter Bridenbaugh Materials research in China Xishan Xie, University of Science and Technology, Beijing Materials research in Japan and Korea Emily Ann Meyer, NRC Materials research in India Michelle Iacoletti, NRC intern Materials research in the European Union Duane Shelton, World Technology Education Center Materials research in the former Soviet Union Bert Westwood, Sandia National Laboratories Discussion of the bottom line Natalia Tamirisa, International Monetary Fund Meeting 3, May 12–13, 2004 Global S&T economic issues Bernard Kritzer and Alex Lopes, Department of Commerce Export compliance: A corporate perspective Mark Snyder, The Boeing Company Small business R&D: A corporate perspective Anthony C. Mulligan, Advanced Ceramics Research Policies concerns and intellectual property Tim Holbrook, University of Chicago-Kent College of Law Tax policy and global decision making Jessica L. Katz, Caplin and Drysdale, Attorneys ITAR fact-finding results Toni Maréchaux, NRC Protecting the researcher: A university perspective Robert Anderson, Illinois Institute of Technology Meeting 4, July 22–23, 2004 Overview of previous benchmark study Kathy Taylor, General Motors (retired)