Final Conference Program:
Day 3 – Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Venue: Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge, 291 Campus Drive West, Palo Alto

08:30-
09.30
Breakfast Li Ka Shing
Center Lobby
09.00-09.30 ‘Meet the Authors’ Breakfast Series (2)
Presentation, signing and sale of books authored by TH9 speakers, organized in collaboration with Stanford bookstore: Alain-Marc Rieu (editor) & Duprat Gerard (editor) (European Democratic Culture), Irina Dezhina & Loren Graham (Science in the New Russia), Robert Kneller (Bridging Islands), Carlota Perez (Technological Revolutions and Financial Capital), Jack Park (editor) & Sam Hunting (editor) (XML Topic Maps).
Paul Berg Hall A
09.30-
11.00
Parallel sessions
PS1 – TRIPLE HELIX INDICATORS
Chair: Prof. Loet Leydesdorff, University of Amsterdam

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Explaining innovation with indicators of mobility and networks: Insights into central innovation nodes in Europe
Presenting author: Kaisa Still
Paper authors: Kaisa Still, Martha Russell, Jukka Huhtamaki, Marko Turpeinen 

Science Parks without walls – catalysts for knowledge economy-led urban regeneration
Presenting author and paper author: David J. Hardman

Triple Helix indicators in R&D&I – Research, Development and Innovation
Presenting author and paper author: Francisco José Batista De Sousa

Cognitive and geographic distance in research collaborations
Presenting author: Margherita Balconi
Paper authors: Margherita Balconi, Valeria, Lorenzi Pier Paolo Saviotti, Antonella Zucchella

Triple Helix dynamics in peripheral regions: evidence from Wales
Presenting author and paper author: Enea Gkikas

World Knowledge Competitiveness Index 2011
Presenting author: Robert Huggins
Paper authors: Robert Huggins, Hiro Izushi, Daniel Prokop

HRP T116
(Health Research
& Policy Building)
PS2 – BUILDING INNOVATION POTENTIAL: HISTORY AND CONDITIONS FOR SUCESS
Chair: Dr. Attila Havas, Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

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IP management in the Triple Helix context: evidence from a German research project
Presenting author and paper author: Andrea Hanebuth 

Knowledge sourcing and the role of Universities: evidence from the UK and the US
Presenting author: Robert Huggins
Paper authors: Robert Huggins, Daniel Prokop, Nick Clifton, Andrew Johnston, Rebecca Steffenson

Measuring Triple-Helix on the World Wide Web
Presenting author: Moon Junghoon
Paper authors: Gohar Feroz Khan, Han Woo Park, Moon Junghoon

Network dynamics in the Triple Helix of particle therapies: insights from bibliometric and interview data
Presenting author: Andrea Carafa
Paper authors: Andrea Carafa, Dimitris Assimakopoulos, Andrew Parker

Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (TUSUR)
Presenting author and paper author: Gleb Dvoryatkin

The contribution of public sector research outside the US to the discovery of new drugs and vaccines
Presenting author: Qingzhi Zhang
Paper authors: Ashley J. Stevens, Qingzhi Zhang

HRP T138B
(Health Research
& Policy Building)
PS3 – TRANSFERABILITY OF INNOVATION MODELS AND SYSTEMS
Chair: Prof. Andrzej Jasinski, University of Warsaw, Poland

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Triple Helix interactions as a universal institutional matrix of the future world
Presenting author and paper author: Nataliya Smorodinskaya 

Complexity in cluster development: towards an evolutionary theory to guide policy development
Presenting author and paper author: Cooper Langford

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?
Presenting author and paper author: Catherine Beaudry

Successfully transferring Silicon Valley innovation approaches: the Polish Way – “Krok po Kroku”
Presenting author: Francis Skrobiszewski
Paper authors: Piotr Moncarz, Francis Skrobiszewski, Joanna Pniewska

Why do someone’s innovative models work and others do not work in Russian Federation?
Presenting author: Vera Pudkova
Paper authors: Vera Pudkova, Alexander Uvarov

Transferring technology to industrialising countries: the role of government
Presenting author: Rungroge Kamondetdacha
Paper author(s): Rungroge Kamondetdacha

LK304,
Li Ka Shing
Center
Thematic workshops
The Entrepreneurial University: (R)Evolutionary Transformation or Heresy? Paul Berg Hall A
Snapshots, Movies and Interactive Tools: Analyzing and Communicating the Power of Relationships in the Triple Helix (organized by Media X, Stanford University) LK305
11.00-
11.30
Tea/Coffee break
11.30-
13.00
Parallel sessions
PS4 – TRIPLE HELIX AND INNOVATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
Chair: Dr. Mathias Rauch, Fraunhofer Centre for Central and Eastern Europe (MOEZ) Germany

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The applicability of the model of university, industry and government interaction as an instrument for developing the modern economy of Russia
Presenting author: Alexander Uvarov
Paper authors: Alexander Uvarov, Evgeny Monastyrniy 

Development of an instrument to measure faculty adherence to the norms of science
Presenting author: Eric Motycka
Paper authors: Eric Motycka, Joshua Powers

Triple Helix research partnerships: Evidence from research organizations in Australia, Germany and USA
Presenting author and paper author: Andrea Hanebuth

Managing the transformation of R&D results into practical applications: The case of a country in transition
Presenting author and paper author: Andrzej Jasinski

Trans-nationalizing innovation systems: measuring and defining in the context of Silicon Valley, Bangalore and Finland
Presenting author and paper author: Mika Kautonen

Internationalisation of Hungarian SMEs in the IT industry
Presenting author and paper author: Csonka László

Paul Berg C,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS5 – GOVERNMENT ROLE IN TRIPLE HELIX INTERACTIONS
Chair: Prof. Jose Mello, Federal Fluminense University, Brazil

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Analysis of the building of a creative entrepreneurs’ network in Rio de Janeiro/Brazil, through the implementation of a project from creative enterprises incubators.
Presenting author and paper author: Julia Zardo  

A Hungarian paradox? Poor innovation performance in spite of a broad set of STI policy measures
Presenting author and paper author: Attila Havas

Contribution of the support and operation of government agency to the achievement in government-funded strategic research programs
Presenting author and paper author: Hideki Yoshida

Government role in supporting the commercialization of university research
Presenting author and paper author: Kai Rao

Start-ups success using public funds: university versus industry sponsorship
Presenting author: Ariel La Paz
Paper authors: Ariel La Paz, Christian Cancino, Jaime Miranda

Triple Helix sector roadmaps: the case of the European Technology Roadmap-processes as to bring R&D closer to market
Presenting author and paper author: Lykke Margot Ricard

LK 205,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS6 – TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: ‘TRADITIONAL’ AND NEW SCIENCE-INDUSTRY INTERFACE ORGANIZATIONS (1)
Chair: Prof. Helen Lawton-Smith, Birkbeck, University of London, UK

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A comprehensive feasibility study framework of societal suitability for regions of knowledge
Presenting author and paper author: Joseph Richard Pollack  

Accelerating technology-based ventures in an university business incubator in Brazil: a view on methodologies and processes.
Presenting author and paper author: Sergio R. Yates Santos

Analysis of the relationship between academic spin-offs and their parent organization
Presenting author and paper author: Thiago Renault

Challenges of higher education in Russia: ivory tower or entrepreneurial university – case study of Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radio Electronics (TUSUR)
Presenting author: Irina Pavlova
Paper authors: Irina Pavlova, Yury Lirmak, Alexander Uvarov

Managing a Science Park: A study of value creation for their tenants
Presenting author: Alberto Albahari
Paper authors: Alberto Albahari, Magnus Klofsten, Salvador Pérez Canto

Problems and prospects of university innovative infrastructure in the triple helix model “university – business – government”.
Presenting author: Vera Pudkova
Paper authors: Vera Pudkova, Alexander Uvarov

LK 206,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS7 – TRIPLE HELIX MOBILITY AND INTERACTION WITH THE SOCIETY
Chair: Prof. David L. Ferguson, Stony Brook University, New York

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Triple Helix networking during PhD education – a study of mobility and attitudes towards commercialization of research
Presenting author: Dzamila Bienkowska
Paper authors: Dzamila Bienkowska, Magnus Klofsten  

Upgrading the mobility of European researchers
Presenting author and paper author: Annamaria Inzelt

Fourth helix: sustaining research diversity The social turn of science and technology policy
Presenting author and paper author: Alain-Marc Rieu

Re-Cognizing myself as an entrepreneur: Changing women’s perceptions
Presenting author and paper author: Audrey Iffert

Aspects of efficient University-Industry R&D interaction: implications and requirements for strategy development
Presenting author and paper author: Iyad Alzaharnah

The implementation of the Mobility Engineering Center (CEM/UFSC) in Joinville/Brazil
Presenting author: Nubia Albes de Carvalho Ferreira
Paper authors: Nubia Albes de Carvalho Ferreira, Janaina Renata, Garcia Alvaro Guillermo, Rojas Lezana

LK 209,
Li Ka Shing
Center
Thematic workshops
The Shape of Things to Come in the Research Triangle (organized by North Carolina State University, US) Paul Berg Hall A
Silicon Valley Insights: Openness, the Quadruple Helix and Knowledge Federation (organized by the Knowledge Federation and the Tech Museum in San Jose, California, US) Paul Berg Hall B
13.00-
14.30
Lunch Li Ka Shing
Center Lobby
14.00-
14.30
“Innovation Think-Tank” After-lunch Talk Series (2)
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.
Paul Berg Hall A
14.30-
16.00
Special Event ‘From Valleys to Clouds: Enabling Innovators for the Era of the Social Enterprise’
Speaker: Peter Coffee, VP and Head of Platform Research at salesforce.com inc.
Paul Berg Hall A
Parallel sessions
PS8 – TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: ‘TRADITIONAL’ AND NEW SCIENCE-INDUSTRY INTERFACE ORGANIZATIONS (2)
Chair: Prof. Slavica Singer, J.J. Strossmayer University, Croatia

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Stanford and Silicon Valley: the co-evolution of technology transfer and regional absorptive capacity; 1930-2005
Presenting author and paper author: Henry Etzkowitz  

Product innovation, growth and the profitability of university spin-off companies
Presenting author: Helen Lawton Smith
Paper authors: Helen Lawton Smith, Nabhassorn Baines

The role of UFSC and the creation of Technological Innovation Park in Joinville and Region
Presenting author: Nubia Alves de Carvalho Ferreira
Paper authors: Nubia Alves de Carvalho Ferreira, Janaina Renata, Garcia Alvaro Guillermo, Rojas Lezana

The influence of academic entrepreneurs’ human capital on developing social capital
Presenting author and paper author: Pir Roshan S Rashdi

The role of Inovaparq as a facilitator axis of relations among the Triple Helix stakeholders in Northern Santa Catarina, Brazil
Presenting author and paper author: Vanessa De Oliveira Collere

LK 203,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS9 – NEW FORMS OF FINANCING INNOVATION
Chair: Kayvan Baroumand, Founder and CEO Global Tech Venture

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Factor groups of successful organization of innovation business 

Presenting author and paper author: Artem V. Borodin

 

Exploring the role of knowledge and technology transfer in innovation systems
Presenting author: Lykke Margot Ricard
Paper authors: Sergio Jofre, Lykke Margot Ricard

Business Angels and investment organizations as networked co-creators of the Finnish innovation ecosystem
Presenting author: Jukka Huhtamäki
Paper authors: Jukka Huhtamäki, Martha G. Russell, Kaisa Still, Neil Rubens

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
Presenting author and paper author: Vinicius Diniz Vizzotto

The early-stage venture capital process in Ireland, 2000-2010
Presenting author: Eoin O’Neill
Paper authors: Eoin O’Neill, John Taylor, Jens Voigt

LK 204,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS 10 – THE GENDER DIMENSION IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Chair: Dr. Andrea Rees Davies, Director, Programs and Research Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University

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Gender in Brazilian Incubators
Presenting author and paper author: Mariza Almeida
Paper authors: Mariza Almeida, Leonardo Lehneman Agostinho, Branca Terra, Mariza Almeida 

 

Innovating Women: Illuminating Achievements and Success
Presenting author: Pooran Wynarczyk
Paper authors: Pooran Wynarczyk, Deborah Jaffé

The Glass Ceiling: is it a State of Mind?
Presenting author: Tariq Durrani
Paper authors: Tariq Durrani, Sheila Forbes

Welfare systems and policies for women’s entrepreneurship in Sweden and the United States
Presenting author: Teresa Nelson
Paper authors: Teresa Nelson, Helene Ahl

Women in Science: Education and Career Challenges in Hungary
Presenting author: Gábor Pórzse
Paper authors: Ágnes Fésüs, Gábor Pórzse, Ágnes Kazai

Gender and Innovation: Networks of Executive Women in Technology-Based Companies
Presenting author: Kaisa Still
Paper authors: Kaisa Still, Martha Russell, Neil Rubens, Jukka Huhtamaki, Camilla Yu

LK 208,
Li Ka Shing
Center
Thematic workshops
Economic Crisis, Innovation and the Philosopher’s Stone Paul Berg Hall B
Converting Resources into Innovation Development: The Russian Challenge? (organized by TUSUR University Tomsk, Russia) Paul Berg Hall C
16.00-
16.30
Tea/Coffee break Li Ka Shing
Center Lobby
16.30-
18.00
Parallel sessions
PS11 – TRIPLE HELIX ECOSYSTEMS AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Chair: M. Elizabeth Ritter dos Santos, Coordinator Technology Transfer Offic, PUCRS, Brazil

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Possibilities and limitations of the contribution of public university research for regional development: micro-evidence from a regional university in Brazil
Presenting author: Marcelo Amaral
Paper authors: Andre Ferreira, Marcelo Amaral, Teodoro Pítias  

The studios a European business accelerator, triple helix model
Presenting author and paper author: Christel De Maeyer

 

The Triple Helix model as a basis for the development of a local productive arrangement (technology cluster) in Brazil
Presenting author: Sandra Carvalho Dos Santos
Paper authors: Sandra Carvalho Dos Santos, Roberto Sbragia, Geraldo Luciano Toledo

Bio-clusters as co-evolutionary developments of Triple Helix institutions: the cases of Cambridge and Scotland
Presenting author and paper author: Theo Papaioannou

Public-Private Partnerships and public policy: A comparative social network analysis and policy analysis on competing National Systems of Innovation
Presenting author: Camille D. Ryan
Paper authors: William Boland, Peter W. B. Phillips, Camille D. Ryan

Paul Berg C,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS12 – RESEARCH-INTENSIVE CLUSTERS, TECHNOPOLES, SCIENCE CITIES
Chair: Prof. Eoin O’ Neill, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

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Innovation habitats and regional development
Presenting author: Marcelo Nichele
Paper authors: Roberto Spolidoro, Marcelo Nichele 

Internationalization of triple helix structures: who internationalizes, and what for?
Presenting author and paper author: Stefan Wappler

Shaping the formation of university-industry research collaborations: what type of proximity does really matter?
Presenting author: Simona Iammarino
Paper authors: Simona Iammarino, Frederick Guy, Pablo D’Este

Do firms in incubation innovate, too? Evidence from Portugal
Presenting author and paper author: João Paulo Coelho Marques

University spin-offs and Triple Helix metropolitan regions: New York and London
Presenting author and paper author: Helen Lawton Smith

LK 203,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS13 – TRANSFERRING TECHNOLOGY AND KNOWLEDGE TO SMEs
Chair: Prof. Pooran Wynarczyk, Newcastle University, UK

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Humanities networking technology for developing young people’s innovation potential
Presenting author: Irina Kuzheleva-Sagan
Paper authors: Irina Kuzheleva-Sagan, Snezhana Nosova 

Innovation in teaching and learning: knowledge exchange in dialogue with SMEs, government and higher education
Presenting author and paper author: Sue Smith

Technology transfer as an institutional function of National Innovation System: case of SMEs in Taiwan
Presenting author: Hsiang-Yi Chen
Paper authors: Irina Pavlova, Hsiang-Yi Chen

Entrepreneurial university roles. Can ‘living labs’ be supportive?
Presenting author and paper author: Marina Van Geenhuizen

The role of academia’s values and objectives in creation of entrepreneurial university in the Triple Helix model in Russia
Presenting author: Liana Kobzeva
Paper authors: Liana Kobzeva, Evgeny Gribov, Anastasia Sheveleva

The impact of the bilateral relationship firm-university on firm’s ability to innovate: empirical evidence from Brazilian firms.
Presenting author and paper author: Daniel Pedro Puffal

LK 204,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS14 – REGIONAL INNOVATION SYSTEMS: ARE THEY POSSIBLE IN SMALL AND REMOTE REGIONS?
Chair: Josep Pique, Managing Director of 22@Barcelona, Spain

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Knowledge, networks, and regional growth
Presenting author and paper author: Robert Huggins 

Model of the innovative development of the regions on the example of Tomsk and its multiplexing to other regions
Presenting author and paper author: Grigory V. Zhuravlev

Regional development in South Korea: accounting for research area in centrality and networks
Presenting author: Han Woo Park
Paper authors: Matthew Shapiro, Han Woo Park

Rural innovation ecosystems – a challenge, but possible
Presenting author and paper author: Ingjerd Skogseid

From regional development to ICT innovation: A case study of project formation in Hokkaido.
Presenting author and paper author: Makoto Tanifuji

LK 208,
Li Ka Shing
Center
Thematic workshops
Implementing Triple Helix innovation strategies in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE): a bridge too far? Paul Berg Hall A
Using Innovation Games® Online  Reach Consensus In Distributed Triple Helix Teams (organized by The Innovation Games© Company) Paul Berg Hall B
19.30-
22.30
Conference Gala Dinner at Stanford Faculty Club

Stanford Faculty Club530

Announcement of the Best Student Paper Award winner

Live performance Silicon Gulch Jazz Band
Silicon Gulch Jazz Band recreates the era of Traditional jazz from America’s heritage in a multifaceted musical presentation. Playing the Charleston, New Orleans Blues, and Dixieland syncopation at its best, this band brings you memories, nostalgia, and moments of pure joy.

20.30-21.00 After-dinner talk
Judy Estrin, CEO of JLabs, LLC, networking technology pioneer and Silicon Valley leader, advisor and speaker in the areas of entrepreneurship, leadership and innovation
Sustainable innovation

Stanford
Faculty Club
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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