The Triple Helix International Conference Series is an initiative of the Triple Helix Association

Triple Helix IX International Conference

“Silicon Valley: Global Model or Unique Anomaly?”

11-14 July 2011

Hosted by Stanford University,
Human Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research Institute (H-STAR),
Triple Helix Research Group

Stanford, California 94305, USA

After Amsterdam, New York, Rio de Janeiro, Copenhagen/Lund, Turin, Singapore, Glasgow and Madrid, the 9th Triple Helix International Conference is hosted for the first time in Silicon Valley – the world’s leading innovation and high-tech hub – by Stanford University’s Human Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research Institute (H-STAR) and Triple Helix Research Group on 11-14 July 2011.

Focusing on the theme “Silicon Valley: Global Model or Unique Anomaly?”, the Conference promises to be a stellar event in the innovation field. It is expected to attract approximately 250 leading academics, prominent policy-makers and top business people, venture capitalists, business angels, consultants and entrepreneurs from over 40 countries. Participants will join a vibrant platform for dialogue between innovation scholars and practitioners, meant to advance knowledge and create new bridges for collaboration.

The conference will explore the inner workings of Silicon Valley and other international technology conurbations, in parallel with strategic innovation policy and practice issues in developed and developing countries. It will discuss the challenges and benefits of the collaboration between the institutional spheres of University, Industry and Government, show-case best practice, explore new models for knowledge transfer, and appraise the success of the third mission of universities. The conference will also offer an exceptional networking opportunity with representatives of Silicon Valley firms and other international high-tech clusters, international innovation experts and various Silicon Valley diasporas.

The Conference features a rich and exciting intellectual program that includes:

  • Six plenary sessions, involving internationally renowned innovation scholars and practitioners, such as Carlota Perez (Technological University of Tallinn, London School of Economics, Cambridge University, SPRU-Sussex University), Annalee Saxenian (University of California Berkeley), Sue Rosser (San Francisco State University and AAAS), Brian Arthur (Santa Fe Institute and Intelligent Systems Lab, PARC), Ann Winblad (Hummer Winblad Venture Partners), Bill Draper (Draper Richards L.P), Norman Winarsky (SRI International), Jose Alberto Sampaio Aranha (Genesis Institute, Pontifical Catholic University Rio de Janeiro), etc.
  • Over 100 academic papers in the parallel sessions, on a broad range of innovation topics reflecting the research and policy interests of Triple Helix scholars around the world;
  • Twelve thematic workshops, on key topics for innovation policy and practice, including the entrepreneurial university, public and private venture capital for innovation, the role of innovation in the economic crisis recovery, visualization-driven methods of social network analysis and applications to Triple Helix research, innovation strategies in Central and Eastern Europe and Russia, accelerating trust through telepresence for co-creating innovation, using innovation games to reach consensus in distributed Triple Helix teams, etc.
  • “Silicon Valley 101” – a multi-lecture introductory event providing thorough analyses of key features, history and current developments of Silicon Valley, by distinguished scholars and practitioners from different professional backgrounds: Doug Henton (Collaborative Economics), James Williams (.Inter­na­tio­nal Committee for the History of Technology and De Anza College, Cupertino), Martin Kenney (University of California, Davis), Burton Lee (Stanford University), Marguerite Gong Hancock (SPRIE, Stanford University).
  • An Oxford-style debate on the motion: “This house believes that Silicon Valley is a relevant innovation model for other regions in the world”, defended and opposed by leading international experts: Stephen Adams (Franklin P. Perdue School of Business, Salisbury University) and Eoin O’Neill (Trinity College, Dublin) defending the motion, and Margaret Pugh O’Mara (University of Washington) and Paul Van Dun (Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium) opposing the motion.
  • Special Event ‘From Valleys to Clouds: Enabling Innovators for the Era of the Social Enterprise’: a talk by Peter Coffee, VP and Head of Platform Research at salesforce.com inc.
  • “Innovation Think-Tank” After-lunch Talk Series, including Constantin Malik (Malik Management, St. Gallen, Switzerland), Heidi Roizen (Member of the board of directors of TiVo and Prysm, Inc., Fenwick and West Entrepreneurship Educator, Stanford Technology Ventures Group, Stanford University) and Tapan Munroe (economist, consultant, teacher and researcher at MIT, University of Augsburg, UC Berkeley, San Francisco University and University of the Pacific, author of several books on Silicon Valley).
  • “Meet the Authors” Breakfast Series, a presentation, signing and sale of books authored by TH9 conference speakers, in collaboration with Stanford Bookstore. Books authored by 25 TH9 speakers will be available for sale at the Stanford Bookstore stand set up at the Arrillaga Alumni Center on 12 July and at the Li Ka Shing Center, Stanford Medical School on 13 and 14 July.
  • The Best Student Paper Award, introduced for the first time in the 15-year long history of Triple Helix conferences, and sponsored by Stanford University’s H-STAR Institute and the private sponsors Mei Lin Fung and Ross Casley.
  • Trilicious – the Triple Helix Innovation Game, a fascinating and challenging game of innovation and strategy, designed specifically for the conference by Luke Hohmann, Founder and CEO of The Innovation Games® Company, an internationally-recognized expert and serious games designer.
  • A delightful social program, including a Welcome Reception, a Gala Dinner and a Californian wine tasting, in the company of the Saint Michael Trio, Opera San Jose artists and the Silicon Gulch Jazz Band, whose live performance will be a celebration in itself.

TH9 will mark the 20th anniversary of the University-Industry-Government Conferences Series and its predecessor, the University-Industry Conference Series, inaugurated in summer 1991 by a NATO-sponsored Workshop in Maratea, Italy, organized by the Science Policy Support Group, UK and the Turin-based Fondazione Rosselli.

Speakers
Inaugural session

Keith Devlin Keith Devlin

Co-founder and Executive Director of Stanford Uni­ver­si­ty’s H-STAR ins­ti­tu­te, co-founder of the Stan­ford Media X re­se­arch network, and Senior Re­se­archer at the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI). World Economic Fo­rum Fellow and a Fellow of the American As­so­cia­ti­on for the Ad­van­ce­ment of Science.
 

Russell Hancock Russell Hancock

President & Chief Executive Officer of Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network and founder of the annual State of the Valley conference, a “town hall” meeting attracting more than 1,500 leaders for a day spent in dialogue and discussion about the Valley’s opportunities.
 

Henry Etzkowitz Henry Etzkowitz

President of the Triple Helix Association, Senior Re­se­arc­her at H-STAR Institute, Stanford Uni­ver­si­ty, Visiting Professor at the Centre for Entrepreneurship Re­se­arch, Edinburgh University Bu­si­ness School and at the Department of Ma­na­ge­ment, Birk­beck, Uni­ver­sity of London.
 

Loet Leydesdorff Loet Leydesdorff

Vice-President of the Triple Helix Association. Pro­fes­sor, Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR), University of Ams­ter­dam. Visiting Pro­fes­sor, Institute of Scien­ti­fic and Technical In­for­ma­ti­on of China (ISTIC) in Bei­jing, Ho­no­ra­ry Fellow of SPRU, Uni­ver­sity of Sussex, and of the Virtual Know­led­ge Studio of the Nether­lands Royal Aca­de­my of Arts and Scien­ces.
 

Jose Manuel Carvalho de Mello Jose Manuel Carvalho de Mello

Vice-President of the Triple Helix Association. Visiting Professor, Graduate Pro­gram on Production En­gi­nee­ring, Research As­so­cia­te at the Center for Studies in In­no­va­ti­on, Know­ledge and Work (NEICT), and Advisor to the Innovation Agency, Federal Flu­mi­nen­se University, Brazil.
 

Marina Ranga Marina Ranga

Chair, TH9 Scientific Com­mit­tee. Senior Re­se­ar­cher, H-STAR Institute, Stanford University and Visiting Fel­low, Sussex University, School of Business, Ma­na­ge­ment and Economics. Member of the UN Eco­no­mic Com­mis­sion of Eu­ro­pe’s Expert Group on In­no­va­ti­on and Com­pe­ti­ti­ve­ness and of the Gender Advisory Board of the UN Com­mis­sion for Science and Tech­no­lo­gy for De­ve­lop­ment.
 

Carlota Perez Carlota Perez

Professor of Technology and Development at the Technological University of Tallinn, Estonia, Visiting Senior Fellow at London School of Economics, Vi­siting Scholar at the Faculty of Economics, Cambridge University, U.K. and Hono­rary Professor at SPRU, School of Business, Mana­ge­ment and Eco­no­mics, Univer­sity of Sussex, U.K.
 

Marina Gorbis Marina Gorbis

Executive Director of the Institute for the Future, a 42-year old non-profit re­se­arch and consulting organization based in Si­li­con Valley, which is de­di­ca­ted to helping people think systematically about the future in order to make better decisions today.
 

Mark Z. Jacobson Mark Z. Jacobson

Director of the Atmo­sphe­re/Energy Program and Professor of Civil and En­vi­ron­men­tal Engineering at Stanford University; Senior Fellow of the Woods Ins­ti­tu­te for the En­vi­ron­ment and Senior Fellow of the Pre­court Institute. He sits on the US Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Federal Ad­vi­sory Committee (ERAC) to the U.S. Secretary of Energy.
 

Martha G. Russell Martha G. Russell

Senior Research Scholar, Human Sciences Tech­no­lo­gy Advanced Research Institute (H-STAR) and As­so­cia­te Director of Media X at Stanford University, Senior Fellow at the IC2 Institute at The University of Texas at Austin.
 

Annalee Saxenian Annalee Saxenian

Professor and Dean at the University of California Berkeley School of Infor­mation and Professor in Berkeley´s Department of City and Regional Planning.
 

John Sibley Butler John Sibley Butler

Professor of Management and Sociology, University of Texas at Austin, Director of the IC2 Institute (cam­pus wide) and the Herb Kelleher Center (McCombs School of Business), Uni­versity of Texas at Austin.
 

Charles A. Hayes Charles A. Hayes

President and CEO of the Research Triangle Regional Partnership (RTRP), the public-private partnership that leads economic deve­lopment for the 13-county Research Triangle Region of North Carolina.
 

Sue Rosser Sue Rosser

Provost at San Francisco State University and mem­ber of the American As­so­cia­tion for the Advan­ce­ment of Science (AAAS) Executive Board, 2010- 2014.
 

Shannon K. Gilmartin Shannon K. Gilmartin

Director of SKG Analysis, a research consulting firm, and Consulting Assistant Professor at Stanford University’s School of Engineering. Research Consultant for the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology.
 

Connie Smallwood Connie Smallwood

Vice President, Innovation and University Programs, CA Technologies. Leader and manager of the In­no­va­ti­on and Thought Lea­der­ship initiatives within CA Technologies, including the company’s innovation and idea management pro­grams, patent program, tech­nical recognition events, and employee engagement initiatives. She also manages CA Tech­no­lo­gies pub­li­shing programs, including CA Press.
 

Michelle L. Baker Michelle L. Baker

Entrepreneur with technical and business expertise in the software industry. Mul­tiple patent holder in the US, Europe, and Canada. Founder of Umbanet Inc. and Picture Patents LLC, President of Intellinet, Inc.
 

Ann Winblad Ann Winblad

Co-founder and Managing Director of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, which is a leading venture capital firm focused exclusively on soft­ware, investing and ma­naging over $1 billion in cumulative capital. Since Hummer Winblad Venture Partners´ inception in 1989 the firm has launched over 100 new software compa­nies.
 

William H. Draper III William H. Draper III

Managing Director of Dra­per Richards L.P and Dra­per In­ter­na­tio­nal, Co- Chair­man of The Draper Richards Kaplan Foun­da­ti­on. Member of the boards of the Hoover Institution, Freeman Spogli Institute of International Studies at Stan­ford University, World Affairs Coun­cil of Northern California, the UN As­so­cia­ti­on-USA, and the Harvard Business School California Research Center Advisory Board. Member of the Coun­cil on Fo­reign Re­la­ti­ons and the President’s Coun­cil on International Ac­ti­vi­ties at Yale Univer­sity.
 

Norman D. Winarsky Norman D. Winarsky

Vice President of SRI Ven­tu­res at SRI Inter­na­tio­nal, Chair of SRI’s Com­mer­cia­li­za­tion Board and the Ven­tu­re Advisory Board (a part­nership with the ven­tu­re capital com­mu­ni­ty that develops early-stage in­vest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties), and Visiting Scholar at Stan­ford University in the Shorenstein Asia-Pa­ci­fic Re­se­arch Center.
 

Kayvan H. Baroumand Kayvan H. Baroumand

CEO and founder of Global Tech Venture, a global network of business accelerators that support entrepreneurship in the technology space.
 

Bjoern Herrmann Bjoern Herrmann

Partner & Founder, Bjoern will speak in the Plenary session ’"Fire in the Valley" - Entrepreneurship, Ven­tu­re Ca­pi­tal and the Start-up phenomenon’ (July 12, 16.30-18.00).
 

Henry S. Rowen Henry S. Rowen

Co-director, Stanford Pro­gram on Regions of Inno­va­tion and Entre­pre­neur­ship, Director emeritus, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution Professor emeritus, Gra­duate School of Business Stanford University
 

Jose Alberto Sampaio Aranha Jose Alberto Sampaio Aranha

Director of the Genesis Ins­ti­tu­te, Pontifical Catholic Uni­ver­si­ty (PUC)-Rio. Di­rec­tor of RE­DE­TEC - Tech­no­lo­gy Network of Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil. Mem­ber of the Board of En­dea­vor Brazil, the Edu­ca­tio­nal Institute of the BOVESPA (Stock exchange), SEBRAE RJ (support services to small businesses) by REDETEC and Koan Con­sul­ting Services. Coordinator of ANITEC Innovation Wor­king Group (Brazil na­tio­nal association of corporate education) and curator of TEDXRio.
 

Steven Casper Josep Pique

CEO of 22@Barcelona, President of XPCAT (Ca­ta­lan Network of Science Parks) and Vice-President of APTE (Spanish Network of Science Parks).
 

Steven Casper Steven Casper

Henry E. Riggs Professor of Management at the Keck Graduate Institute of Ap­pli­ed Life Sciences in Cla­re­mont, California.
 

W. Brian Arthur W. Brian Arthur

External Professor at the Santa Fe Institute and Visiting Researcher at PARC, the Palo Alto Research Center (Formerly Xerox PARC)
 

Doug Henton Doug Henton

Chairman and CEO of Col­la­bo­ra­ti­ve Eco­no­mics-­Ad­vi­sors to Civic Entre­pre­neurs, strategic ad­vi­sor to the Cali­for­nia Economic Stra­te­gy Panel, which de­ve­lops state and regional economic deve­lop­ment and work­force stra­te­gies, co- author of the Ca­li­for­nia Green In­no­va­ti­on Index for Next 10, and con­sul­tant to the Green Val­ley Initia­tive.
 

James Williams James Williams

President of the Inter­na­tio­nal Committee for the History of Technology (ICOHTEC) and Professor Emeritus of History, De Anza College, Cupertino, California.
 

Martin Kenney Martin Kenney

Professor at the University of California, Davis and a Senior Project Director at the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Eco­no­my. He is the West Coast editor for Research Policy.
 

Burton Lee Burton Lee

Lecturer in European Entre­pre­neur­ship & Innovation, Stanford School of Engi­neering; Managing Direc­tor, Innovarium Ventures; SBIR reviewer for the Na­tio­nal Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foun­dation (NSF), and expert evaluator for Euro­pean Com­mis­sion FP7 research pro­grams.
 

Marguerite Gong Hancock Marguerite Gong Hancock

Associate Director of the Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE), and one the core SPRIE leaders, directing research initiatives, conferences, and publications on topics ranging from “China 2.0: The Rise of a Digital Super­po­wer” to “Smart Green Cities: New Tech­no­logies, New Models, New Strategies” to “The Next Silicon Valley.”
 

Stephen B. Adams Stephen B. Adams

Associate Professor of Ma­na­ge­ment at the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business, Salisbury University, and holder of the 2011-2012 Robert W. Smiley Jr. Economic History Fel­low­ship from the Rutgers Uni­ver­si­ty School of Ma­na­ge­ment and Labor Relations.
 

Eoin O’Neill Eoin O’Neill

Adjunct Professor in the School of Business, Trinity College Dublin (TCD), Ireland, and in Trinity Research and Innovation, delivering courses on the MBA & MSC Finance, and general TCD Entre­pre­neur­ship Training Programmes.
 

Margaret O’Mara Margaret O’Mara

Assistant Professor of History at the University of Washington and a historian of the modern United States, whose work looks at the growth of the knowledge economy and the reasons creativity and innovation thrive in particular places.
 

Paul Van Dun Paul Van Dun

General Manager of K. U. Leuven Research & De­ve­lop­ment, Catholic Uni­ver­si­ty of Leuven Belgium, Ma­na­ging Director of Gem­ma Frisius-­Fonds K. U. Leuven nv, Belgium, Board mem­ber of the Fondation Four­nier-­Majoie pour l’In­no­va­ti­on, Chairman of the Centre for Drug Design and Dis­co­ve­ry and Board member or president of several high tech companies.
 

Peter Coffee Peter Coffee

VP and Head of Platform Research at salesforce.com inc.
 

Denis O. GrayDenis O. Gray

Alumni Distinguished Gra­duate Professor in the Psychology in the Public Interest Program, Depart­ment of Psychology, North Carolina State University - one of the three Research Triangle Park universities.
 

Tracey Wilen-Daugenti Tracey Wilen-Daugenti

Vice President and Ma­na­ging Director of the Uni­ver­sity of Phoenix Research Institute, Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, Media X researching the impact of information and technology on society, work, and higher education.
 

Norman Kaderlan Norman Kaderlan

President, Technology Innovation Group, Inc.
 

Slavica Singer Slavica Singer

Professor of Stra­te­gy and En­tre­pre­neur­ship, Head of En­tre­pre­neu­rial studies and UNESCO Chair in En­tre­pre­neur­ship, J.J. Stros­smayer Univer­sity in Osijek, Croa­tia. Mem­ber of Croa­tian Com­pe­ti­ti­ve­ness Coun­cil and Club of Rome, Croa­tian Chap­ter, and lea­der of CEPOR, SMEs Think Tank
 

Steven P. Nichols Steven P. Nichols

Director of the Masters in Engineering Management Program, Cockrell School of Engineering, University of Texas at Austin.
 

Branca Terra Branca Terra

Professor of Innovation Management, Rio de Janeiro State University- UERJ. Leader of the Laboratory for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and of the Innovation and Society research group.
 

Alain-Marc Rieu Alain-Marc Rieu

Professor of Contemporary Philosophy and Science Stu­di­es, University of Lyon- Jean Moulin, Senior Re­se­arch Fellow, Institute of East Asian Studies (CNRS), Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon. He has been stu­dying the mutation since the 1970s of the role, con­ception and or­ga­ni­za­ti­on of knowledge in ad­van­ced in­dus­tri­al so­cie­ties. He now focuses on a com­pa­ra­ti­ve study of Science and Tech­nology policies, in­clu­ding a study of present ideo­lo­gi­cal constructions and debates in East-Asia and Europe. He is the author of various articles, studies and books.
 

Annika Steiber Annika Steiber

PhD student, Dept. of Technology Management and Economics at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
 

Sverker Alänge Sverker Alänge

Associate Professor, Dept. of Technology Management and Economics, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
 

Nicklas Lundblad Nicklas Lundblad

Senior Policy Counsel and Head of Public Policy at Google. Non-residential fellow at Stanford Centre for Internet and Society.
 

Nataliya Smorodinskaya Nataliya Smorodinskaya

Head of the Centre for Growth poles and Special Economic Zones, Institute of Economy, Russian Academy of Sciences.
 

James Z. Zuiches James Z. Zuiches

Vice Chancellor for Ex­ten­si­on, Engagement, and Eco­no­mic Development at North Caro­lina State Uni­ver­sity, Raleigh, NC. He co­or­di­nates the Co­ope­ra­ti­ve Extension Service, In­dust­ri­al Extension Service, Small Business and Technology Development Center, non- credit programs of the Jane S. McKimmon Center for Extension and Continuing Education, the Economic De­ve­lop­ment Partnership, and the General H. Hugh Shelton Leadership Center and all outreach and public service programs of the colleges and other univer­sity programs.
 

John Hardin John Hardin

Executive Director of the Office of Science and Technology, North Carolina Department of Commerce. Adjunct Assistant Profes­sor, Department of Public Policy at UNC-Chapel Hill.
 

Elizabeth Rooks Elizabeth "Liz" Rooks

Interim President and CEO of the Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina, manager and developer of The Research Triangle Park.
 

Joe Novak Joe Novak

Vice President Technical Services Acquisition Integration at Cisco Systems, the worldwide leader of networking for the Inter­net. Cisco's Site Executive for Research Triangle Park.
 

Martin Meyer Martin Meyer

Professor in Business & In­no­vation and Head of Business & Manage­ment, Sussex Univer­sity. Associate at Quotec, the techno­logy consul­tants, Visiting fellow at Birkbeck - Univer­sity of London, K.U. Leuven, and Helsinki University of Techno­logy. Elected member of the board of ISSI, the Inter­natio­nal Society for Sciento­metrics and Infor­metrics.
 

Koenraad Debackere Koenraad Debackere

Professor of Technology and Innovation Mana­ge­ment, K.U.Leuven Bel­gi­um. Mana­ging director of K.U. Leuven Research & De­ve­lop­ment and Chair­man of the Gemma Frisius Fonds (the venture fund) of K.U. Leuven. Co-founder and chairman of Leuven.Inc, the innovation network of Leuven high-tech en­tre­pre­neurs. Board member of IWT-Vlaanderen, and Ge­ne­ral Ma­na­ger of K.U. Leuven.
 

Jari Kuusisto Jari Kuusisto

Head of SC-Research Ins­ti­tu­te at the Lap­peen­ran­ta University of Technology, Finland, Visiting Scholar at the MIT Sloan School of Management, and Visiting Professor at the University of Sussex, UK.
 

Robin Gustaffson Robin Gustaffson

Acting professor, Head of International Business and CEMS Academic Director at Aalto University School of Economics, Department of Management and Inter­national Business.
 

David Twigg David Twigg

Senior Lecturer in the School of Business, Mana­gement and Economics, Sussex University
 

Irina Dezhina Irina Dezhina

Head of the Economics of Science and Innovations Division, Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.
 

Alexey Stukanov Alexey Stukanov

Head of the Department for International and Regional Cooperation of Tomsk Region Administration, Russia.
 

Alexander Uvarov Alexander Uvarov

Vice-Rector for Innovative Development and In­ter­na­tio­nal Affairs, di­rec­tor of the Ins­ti­tute of In­no­va­tion, head of Department of In­no­vation Management, head of the research and education center of the Ins­ti­tute of Innovation, scientific supervisor of the student business incubator, Candidate of Economic Science.
 

John Wilbanks John Wilbanks

VP for Science at Creative Commons, member of the Board of Directors for Sage Bionetworks, AcaWiki and 1DegreeBio, member of the Advisory Board for Boundless Learning, mentor at RockHealth.
 

Luke Hohmann Luke Hohmann

Founder and CEO, The In­no­va­tion Games® Com­pa­ny
 

Mathias Rauch Mathias Rauch

Deputy Director and Head of the In­no­va­ti­on, Value Crea­tion, and Inter­na­tio­nal Inte­gra­tion Depart­ment of the Fraun­hofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe MOEZ, Leipzig, Germany. Lecturer in Inno­vation Ma­nage­ment and Innova­tion Eco­no­mics at the Univer­sity of Leipzig.
 

Andrzej H. Jasinski Andrzej H. Jasinski

Professor, Head of the In­no­va­ti­on and Logis­tics Unit, School of Ma­na­ge­ment, Uni­ver­si­ty of Warsaw, Poland.
 

Dino Karabeg Dino Karabeg

Associate Professor, Institute for Informatics, University of Oslo
 

Jack Park Jack Park

Silicon Valley researcher and innovator, presently developing Knowledge Gardens and deploying them in South Korea, Kuwait, and Malaysia under the auspices of the Millennium Project.
 

Jukka Huhtamäki Jukka Huhtamäki

Researcher and teacher at Hypermedia Laboratory (HLab), Tampere University of Technology, Finland and collaborator with Stanford’s Innovation Ecosystems Network
 

Kaisa Still Kaisa Still

Researcher at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and collaborator with Stanford’s Innovation Ecosystems Network
 

Dan Hanson Dan Hanson

Principal and co-founder of Technology Innovation Group, Inc. (TIG), a com­pa­ny with the mission to con­nect innovation to so­cie­tal needs. Member of the governing board of the State of Texas Product De­ve­lopment and Small Bu­si­ness Incubator Fund Board, Chair of the Finance Com­mit­tee of the Fund's Board. Co-founder of North Texas Life Science Society.
 

Irina Anghel Irina Anghel

Secretary General of the South Eastern European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association, mem­ber the Re­pre­sen­ta­ti­ve Group of the European Venture Capital As­so­cia­ti­on, member of the Ro­ma­nian National Council for Development and Inno­va­tion.
 

Sofia Avdeitchikova Sofia Avdeitchikova

Assistant Professor in En­tre­pre­neurship and Ven­ture Finance, and Director of Studies at Centre for Inno­vation, Research and Com­petence in the Lear­ning Economy (CIRCLE) at Lund Univer­sity, Sweden.
 

Tan Yinglan Tan Yinglan

Head of the Singapore’s National Research Foun­da­tion Projects Division, un­der the Prime Minister´s Office. He oversees Sin­ga­po­re’s National Framework for Innovation and En­ter­pri­se and is responsible for the investments of high- tech growth ventures and venture capital funds in Asia. He has been named as one of ´100 Leaders Of Tomorrow´ by the St. Gal­len Symposium in 2010 and is one of the first in­ter­na­tio­nal Kauffman Fellows from Singapore.
 

David Smith David Smith

SVP (Telecoms/Wireless), Enterprise Ireland, Silicon Valley Office.
 

Constantin Malik Constantin Malik

Expert in management cy­ber­ne­tics, having integ­ra­ted crowd psy­cho­lo­gy, ma­na­ge­ri­al cybernetics and law to a new approach on government. Secretary of the board of directors at Malik Management, an in­ter­na­tio­nal knowledge or­ga­ni­za­ti­on in the field of general management con­sul­ting and education. Dr. Malik will talk about ‘Ma­na­ging the consensus space: New cybernetic tools for clustering’.
 

Heidi Roizen Heidi Roizen

Entrepreneur, corporate exe­cu­ti­ve, corporate di­rec­tor, venture capitalist and edu­ca­tor. Leader in several industry organiza­tions and a recognized and popular spokes­per­son for the tech­no­lo­gy in­dus­try and entre­pre­neu­rial com­mu­ni­ty. Mem­ber of the board of directors of TiVo (NASDAQ: TIVO), member of the board of Prysm, Inc., Fen­wick and West En­tre­pre­neur­ship Educator in the Stanford Technolo­gy Ven­tu­res group of the En­gi­nee­ring Department, Stan­ford Univer­sity.
 

Tapan Munroe Tapan Munroe

Economist, teacher and re­se­arch­er at MIT, Uni­ver­si­ty of Augsburg, UC Berkeley, San Francisco University and University of the Pa­ci­fic. Author of the Dot-com to Dot-bomb – Un­der­stan­ding the Dot-Com Boom, Bust and Re­sur­gen­ce, Si­li­con Valley: Ecology of In­no­va­ti­on, What Makes Silicon Valley Tick? (2009), Closing the Job Gap (2010). Columnist on eco­no­mic issues and in­no­va­tion.
 

Judy Estrin Judy Estrin

CEO of JLabs, LLC, advisor and speaker in the areas of entrepreneurship, leader­ship and innovation. She sits on the boards of di­rec­tors of The Walt Disney Company as well as pri­va­te­ly held Packet Design, Inc. She also sits on the advisory councils of Stan­ford’s School of En­gi­nee­ring and Stanford’s Bio-X initiative.
 

Paper Presenters

Kaisa Still Kaisa Still

Gender and Innovation: Networks of Executive Wo­men in Technology-Based Companies
 

David J. Hardman David J. Hardman

Science Parks without walls - catalysts for knowledge economy-led urban rege­neration
 

Margherita Balconi Margherita Balconi

Cognitive and geographic distance in research colla­borations
 

Enea Gkikas Enea Gkikas

Triple Helix dynamics in peripheral regions: evi­dence from Wales
 

Robert Huggins Robert Huggins

World Knowledge Competi­tiveness Index 2011
 

Andrea Hanebuth Andrea Hanebuth

IP management in the Tri­ple Helix context: evidence from a German research project
 

Moon Junghoon Moon Junghoon

Measuring Triple-Helix on the World Wide Web
 

Andrea Carafa Andrea Carafa

Network dynamics in the Triple Helix of particle therapies: insights from bibliometric and interview data
 

Catherine Beaudry Catherine Beaudry

Evaluation of the private funding of university re­se­archers and its effects on subsequent patenting; can the biotechnology in­no­va­tion model be trans­fer­red to enable ef­fici­ent de­ve­lop­ment in the field of nano­tech­no­logy?
 

Vera Pudkova Vera Pudkova

Why do someone’s innovative models work and others do not work in Russian Federation?
 

Irina Pavlova Irina Pavlova

The applicability of the model of university, in­dus­try and government in­ter­ac­tion as an ins­tru­ment for developing the modern economy of Russia
 

Mika Kautonen Mika Kautonen

Trans-nationalizing innova­tion systems: measuring and defining in the context of Silicon Valley, Bangalore and Finland
 

Csonka László Csonka László

Internationalisation of Hun­ga­rian SMEs in the IT industry
 

Julia Zardo Julia Zardo

Analysis of the building of a creative entrepreneurs’ net­work in Rio de Janeiro/ Brazil, through the im­ple­men­tation of a project from creative
 

Attila Havas Attila Havas

A Hungarian paradox? Poor innovation performance in spite of a broad set of STI policy measures
 

Hideki Yoshida Hideki Yoshida

Contribution of the support and operation of go­vern­ment agency to the achie­ve­ment in go­vern­ment-funded strategic research programs
 

Kai Rao Kai Rao

Government role in sup­por­ting the com­mer­cia­li­za­tion of uni­ver­sity research
 

Lykke Margot Ricard Lykke Margot Ricard

Triple Helix sector road­maps: the case of the European Technology Road­map-processes as to bring R&D closer to market
 

Thiago Renault Thiago Renault

Analysis of the relationship between academic spin- offs and their parent organization
 

Alberto Albahari Alberto Albahari

Managing a Science Park: A study of value creation for their tenants
 

Annamaria Inzelt Annamaria Inzelt

Upgrading the mobility of European researchers
 

Alain-Marc Rieu Alain-Marc Rieu

Fourth helix: sustaining research diversity The social turn of science and technology policy
 

Audrey Iffert Audrey Iffert

Re-Cognizing myself as an entrepreneur: Changing women’s perceptions
 

Iyad Alzaharnah Iyad Alzaharnah

Aspects of efficient Univer­sity-Industry R&D inter­action: implications and requirements for strategy development
 

Henry Etzkowitz Henry Etzkowitz

Stanford and Silicon Valley: the co-evolution of tech­no­logy transfer and regio­nal absorptive capacity; 1930-2005
 

Helen Lawton Smith Helen Lawton Smith

Product innovation, growth and the profitability of uni­ver­sity spin-off companies
 

Pir Roshan S Rashdi Pir Roshan S Rashdi

The influence of academic entrepreneurs’ human capital on developing social capital
 

Vinicius Diniz Vizzotto Vinicius Diniz Vizzotto

Green investment: con­cept, design and conflict of interests on the environ­mental mutual fund in­dus­try – How Silicon Val­ley and Triple Helix inter­ac­tions can boost a sus­tain­able economy.
 

Pooran Wynarczyk Pooran Wynarczyk

Innovating Women: Illu­mi­na­ting Achievements and Success
 

Tariq Durrani Tariq Durrani

The Glass Ceiling: is it a State of Mind?
 

Marcelo Amaral Marcelo Amaral

Possibilities and limitations of the contribution of public university research for regional development: micro-evidence from a regional university in Brazil
 

Christel De Maeyer Christel De Maeyer

The studios a European business accelerator, triple helix model
 

Sandra Carvalho Dos Santos Sandra Carvalho Dos Santos

The Triple Helix model as a basis for the development of a local productive arrangement (technology cluster) in Brazil
 

Theo Papaioannou Theo Papaioannou

Bio-clusters as co-evo­lu­tionary developments of Triple Helix institutions: the cases of Cambridge and Scotland
 

Camille D. Ryan Camille D. Ryan

Public-Private Partnerships and public policy: A com­parative social network analysis and policy analysis on competing National Systems of Innovation
 

Marcelo Nichele Marcelo Nichele

Innovation habitats and regional development
 

Simona Iammarino Simona Iammarino

Shaping the formation of university-industry re­se­arch collaborations: what type of proximity does really matter?
 

João Paulo Coelho Marques João Paulo Coelho Marques

Do firms in incubation innovate, too? Evidence from Portugal
 

Pavel Drobot Pavel Drobot

The dominant role of universities in the Triple Helix model
 

Marina Van Geenhuizen Marina Van Geenhuizen

Entrepreneurial university roles. Can 'living labs' be supportive?
 

Liana Kobzeva Liana Kobzeva

The role of academia's values and objectives in creation of entrepreneurial university in the Triple Helix model in Russia
 

Daniel Pedro Puffal Daniel Pedro Puffal

The impact of the bilateral rela­tion­ship firm-univer­sity on firm’s ability to in­no­vate: empirical evi­den­ce from Bra­zi­lian firms.
 

Han Woo Park Han Woo Park

Regional development in South Korea: accounting for research area in centrality and networks
 

Ingjerd Skogseid Ingjerd Skogseid

Rural innovation eco­sys­tems – a challenge, but possible.
 

Makoto Tanifuji Makoto Tanifuji

Toward regional deve­lop­ment of ICT inno­va­tion
 

Yan Yang Yan Yang

Looking for a framework for analyzing eco-innova­tion dynamics: A Triple Helix model of innovation perspective.
 

Roberto Rivas Hermann Roberto Rivas Hermann

Triple helix interactions for eco-innovation in the developing world: Insights from the Panama Canal watershed
 

Adelaide Baeta Adelaide Baeta

Interactions between in­no­va­tion agents from the perspective of trans-dis­cip­li­na­ri­ty and their impact on social-economic develop­ment: the case of the In­no­va­tion Sup­port Program in Minas Gerais-Brazil.
 

Carlos Rodrigues Carlos Rodrigues

Local government, innova­tion and economic reco­very: lessons from a small industrial Portuguese city
 

Mahtab Akhavan Farshchi Mahtab Akhavan Farshchi

Leading user innovation in the built environment: A case of innovation in the UK NHS
 

Kingkanok Chawalitthomrong Kingkanok Chawalitthomrong

In search of mutual deve­lopmental path of heritage conservation and cultural economy
 

Martha G. Russell Martha G. Russell

Transforming innovation ecosystems through shared vision and network orchestration
 

Loet Leydesdorff Loet Leydesdorff

University patenting and funding incentives
 

Annika Steiber Annika Steiber

How to sustain innova­tive­ness - the case of Google
 

Danny Crichton Danny Crichton

Academic revolution and re­gional innovation: Buil­ding university-industry relations in the Computer Science De­part­ment at Stan­ford Univer­sity 1963- 1972
 

Malin Lindberg Malin Lindberg

Bottom-up development of innovation theory and policy
 

Alicia Castillo Holley Alicia Castillo Holley

Defining the entre­pre­neu­rial mindset of life science academics
 

Artem V. Borodin Artem V. Borodin

Factor groups of successful organization of innovation business
 

Irina Kuzheleva-Sagan Irina Kuzheleva-Sagan

Humanities networking technology for developing young people's innovation potential
 

Tom Turpen Tom Turpen

Feed the gap – optimizing returns on investments in innovation for the Com­mons
 

Lisa Callagher Lisa Callagher

‘Between a rock and a hard place’: Exploring societal responses to the manage­rial prerogative in entre­preneurial universities.
 

Dino Karabeg Dino Karabeg

Knowledge Federation – an enabler of systemic inno­vation for collaborative knowledge work
 

Xuelian Li Xuelian Li

Regional information site integrated with social media
 

Binyue Cui Binyue Cui

Enrich knowledge in online museum via social media
 

Jiafeng (Camilla) Yu Jiafeng (Camilla) Yu

Social media, reputation and branding of innovation hubs: A periscope using network analysis of Twitter
 

Triple Helix Conference I Amsterdam, 1996 II New York, 1998 III Rio de Janeiro, 2000 IV Copenhagen, 2002 V Turin, 2005 VI Singapore, 2007 VII Glasgow, 2009 VIII Madrid, 2010 IX Stanford, 2011 X Indonesia, 2012 XI London, 2013
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