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Appendix A Workshop Agenda NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING Alfred Spector, Consultant and Former Vice THE OFFSHORING OF ENGINEERING: President of Strategy and Technology, IBM Software Group FACTS, MYTHS, UNKNOWNS, 11:00 Break AND IMPLICATIONS 11:15 Autos Auditorium Moderator:  Peter Bridenbaugh, Retired 2100 C Street, N.W. Executive Vice President of Science, Washington, D.C. Technology, Engineering, Environment, October 24–25, 2006 Safety and Health, Alcoa Speakers: AGENDA John Moavenzadeh, Executive Director, International Motor Vehicle Program, Tuesday, October 24, 2006 Massachusetts Institute of Technology John Cohoon, Executive Director, Global 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Engineering Processes, General Motors 8:30 Welcome Corporation William Spencer, Chairman Emeritus, 12:15 p.m. Lunch SEMATECH 1:30 Panel: Implications for the Engineering 8:40 Keynote Talks: The Globalization of Workforce and Profession Engineering Moderator:  Lori Kletzer, Professor of Charles Vest, President Emeritus, Economics and Department Chair, Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of California, Santa Cruz Robert Galvin, Chairman Emeritus, Motorola Speakers: Inc. Ralph Wyndrum, President, IEEE-USA, and 9:50 Software CEO, Executive Engineering Consultants Moderator:  Susan Graham, Pehong Chen Richard Freeman, Herbert S. Ascherman Distinguished Professor, University of Professor of Economics, Harvard California, Berkeley University; Co-Director, Labor and Worklife Speakers: Program, Harvard Law School; and Rafiq Dossani, Senior Research Scholar, Director, Labor Studies Program, National Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Bureau of Economic Research Stanford University 221

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222 THE OFFSHORING OF ENGINEERING Vivek Wadhwa, Executive-in-Residence/Adjunct 8:40 a.m. Semiconductors Professor, Pratt School of Engineering, Moderator:  Marie Thursby, Hal and John Duke University Smith Chair in Entrepreneurship, Georgia 3:00 Break Institute of Technology 3:30 p.m. Network Systems Speakers: Theodore Rappaport, William and Bettye Clair Brown, Director, Center for Work, Nowlin Chair in Engineering and Founding Technology, and Society, University of Director, Wireless Networking and California, Berkeley Communications Group, University of Texas Robert Doering, Senior Fellow, Silicon at Austin Technology Development, Texas Instruments 4:00 PC manufacturing 9:40 Construction Engineering and Services Jason Dedrick, Co-Director, Personal John Messner, Director, Computer Integrated Computing Industry Center, and Project Construction Research Program, Scientist, Center for Research on Pennsylvania State University Information Technology and Organizations, Jan Tuchman, Editor-in-Chief, Engineering- University of California, Irvine News Record 4:30 Pharmaceuticals 10:40 Break Moderator:  Stephen Drew, Retired Vice 11:00 Implications for Engineering Management and President of Technical Operations and Education Engineering, Merck & Co. Inc. Moderator:  Linda Abriola, Dean of Speaker: Charles Cooney, Professor of Engineering, Tufts University Chemistry and Biochemical Engineering, Speakers: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Anne Stevens, Chairman, President, and CEO- 5:00 Adjourn to Public Reception designate, Carpenter Technology James Porter, Chief Engineer and Vice President, DuPont Engineering and Wednesday, October 25, 2006 Operations 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Richard Newton, Dean of Engineering, 8:30 a.m. Welcome University of California, Berkeley Wm A. Wulf, President, National Academy of 12:30 p.m. Chairman’s Closing Remarks Engineering 12:40 p.m. Adjournment