Final Conference Program:
Day 4 – Thursday, 14 July 2011

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

08.30-
09.30
Breakfast

09:00-09:30 ‘Meet the Authors’ Breakfast Series (3)
Presentation, signing and sale of books authored by TH9 speakers, organized in collaboration with Stanford bookstore: Henry Etzkowitz (The Triple Helix, MIT and the Rise of the Entrepreneurial Science, Athena Unbound), Riccardo Viale (editor) & Henry Etzkowitz (editor) (The Capitalization of Knowledge), Steven Casper (Creating Silicon Valley in Europe), Yinglan Tan (Chinnovation), Luke Hohmann (Innovation Games), Mohammed Saad (editor) & Girma Zawdie (editor) (Theory & Practice of the Triple Helix Model in Developing Countries, book to be presented by Jose Mello and Marina Ranga, chapter authors), Tapan Munroe (Closing America’s Job Gap and What Makes Silicon Valley Tick).

Li Ka Shing
Center Lobby
09:30-
11:00
Trilicious’ – Play the Triple Helix Innovation Game!
Trilicious is a fascinating and challenging game of innovation and strategy in which groups of players use their knowledge of the Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government interactions to create the best possible solutions to a variety of complex problems. Trilicious was designed specifically for the Triple Helix IX Conference by Luke Hohmann, Founder and CEO of The Innovation Games® Company, an internationally-recognized expert and serious games designer. 

Thematic workshops

Accelerating Trust Through Telepresence: Relationship Resources and Triple Helix Dependencies for Co-creating Innovation (organized by Media X and Cisco)

Paul Berg
Hall ABC
11.00-
11.30
Tea/Coffee break Li Ka Shing
Center Lobby
11.30-
13.00
Parallel sessions
PS15 – RELEVANCE OF THE TRIPLE HELIX MODEL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
Chair: Francisco Manrique, President of “Alliance University-Business-Government of Bogotá”

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Looking for a framework for analyzing eco-innovation dynamics: A Triple Helix model of innovation perspective
Presenting author and paper author: Yan Yang 

Triple helix interactions for eco-innovation in the developing world: Insights from the Panama Canal watershed
Presenting author: Roberto Rivas Hermann
Paper authors: Roberto Rivas Hermann, Henrik Riisgaard, Arne Remmen

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.
Presenting author: Adelaide Baeta
Paper authors: Adelaide Baeta, Vanessa Padrão, Flavia Baeta-Lara, Reginaldo Lima

Local government, innovation and economic recovery: lessons from a small industrial Portuguese city
Presenting author: Carlos Rodrigues
Paper authors: Carlos Rodrigues, Ana Melo

Leading user innovation in the built environment: A case of innovation in the UK NHS
Presenting author and paper author: Akhavan Farshchi

In search of mutual developmental path of heritage conservation and cultural economy
Presenting author and paper author: Kingkanok Chawalitthomrong

LK 203,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS16 – LIVING INNOVATION: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Co-Chairs: Dino Karabeg, Associate Professor at Dept. of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway and Jack Park, Co-founder of the open source knowledge gardens startup TopicQuests

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Transforming innovation ecosystems through shared vision and network orchestration
Presenting author: Martha Russell
Paper authors: Martha Russell, Kaisa Still, Jukka Huhtamaki, Camilla Yu, Neil Rubens 

University patenting and funding incentives
Presenting author and paper author: Loet Leydesdorff

Who should be spinning out firms? Structural evidence from the UK
Presenting author and paper author: Daniel Prokop

How to sustain innovativeness – the case of Google
Presenting author: Annika Steiber
Paper authors: Annika Steiber, Sverker Alänge

LK 204,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS 17 – BUILDING INNOVATION POTENTIAL: HISTORY AND CONDITIONS FOR SUCCESS
Chair: Steve Casper, Henry E. Riggs Professor of Management at the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences in Claremont, California

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

Bottom-up development of innovation theory and policy
Presenting author and paper author: Malin Lindberg

Defining the entrepreneurial mindset of life science academics
Presenting author and paper author: Alicia Castillo Holley

Factor groups of successful organization of innovation business
Presenting author and paper author: Artem V. Borodin

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

LK 209,
Li Ka Shing
Center
PS 18 – MANAGEMENT AND CAPACITY-BUILDING FOR EFFECTIVE TRIPLE HELIX PARTNERSHIPS
Chair: Prof. Marcelo Amaral, Fluminense Federal University, Brazil

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The teaching of intellectual property – mapping the global network of academies (GNIPA)
Presenting author: Liliana Mendes
Paper authors: Liliana Mendes, Beatriz Amorim-Borher 

User-driven social innovation: roles and knowledge of university, business, government and the community of users in the case of web-based service
Presenting author: Kaisa Still
Paper authors: Kaisa Still, Anne-Maritta Tervakari, Jukka Huhtamäki, Minna Isomursu, Kaisa Koskela

Feed the gap – optimizing returns on investments in innovation for the Commons
Presenting author and paper author: Tom Turpen

The challenge of building effective Triple Helix partnerships in Brazil: the experience of the Center of Excellence in Engineering, Procurement and Construction
Presenting author: Ana Pires
Paper authors: Ana Pires Francisco, Teixeira Horacio, Hastenheiter Filho, Goes Sergio

‘Between a rock and a hard place’: Exploring societal responses to the managerial prerogative in entrepreneurial universities.
Presenting author: Lisa Callagher
Paper authors: Kenneth Husted, Lisa Callagher, Maja Horst

Insights into diverse expectations between faculty staff and senior management in fulfilling the university’s role in the triple helix model: empirical evidence from Thailand
Presenting author: Suteera Chanthes
Paper authors: Suteera Chanthes, Kesinee Muenthaisong, Sutana Thanyakhan

HRP T116
PS 19 – COMMUNICATION OF INNOVATION AND SOCIAL MEDIA
Chair: Tapan Munroe

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Identifying Web Visibility Issues on Political Innovation System: A Case Study of South Korea’s National Assembly Members
Presenting author: Han Woo Park
Paper authors: Yon Soo Lim, Han Woo Park 

Knowledge Federation – an enabler of systemic innovation for collaborative knowledge work
Presenting author and paper author: Dino Karabeg

Regional information site integrated with social media
Presenting author: Xuelian Li
Paper authors: Xuelian Li, Chiho Yoshida, Shigeki Yokoi

Enrich knowledge in online museum via social media
Presenting author and paper author: Binyue Cui

Social media information flow and public representation: A case of S. Korean politicians in Twitter
Presenting author: Han Woo Park
Paper authors: Ho Young Yoon, Han Woo Park

Social media, reputation and branding of innovation hubs: A periscope using network analysis of Twitter
Presenting author: Jiafeng (Camilla) Yu
Paper authors: Jiafeng (Camilla) Yu, Martha Russell, Kaisa Still, Neil Rubens, Jukka Huhtamäki

HRP T138B
Thematic workshops
From “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” to “Government as an Entrepreneur”: The Role of Public Venture Capital Paul Berg
Hall A
The ‘End of Bayh-Dole’ and The Second Coming of the Triple Helix – The Hidden Impact of Universities and the Emergence of Hybrid Research Environments (organized by Sussex University, UK) Paul Berg
Hall B
Health as a Team Sport – Can “Games” invigorate US Health? (organized by the US Federal Health Futures Group) Paul Berg
Hall C
13.00-
14.30
Lunch

14.00-14.30 “Innovation Think-Tank” After-lunch Talk Series (3)
Tapan Munroe, economist, teacher and researcher at MIT, University of Augsburg, UC Berkeley, University of San Francisco, and University of the Pacific. Author of several books on Silicon Valley, columnist on economic issues and innovation for the Oakland Tribune, the Contra Costa Times, the SJ Mercury News and several other Bay Area News Group papers.
“Is Silicon Valley’s Innovation Ecology Sustainable?”

Paul Berg
Hall ABC
14.30-
16.30
Plenary session 5: “Visions of the Future Economy and Society”

Chair: Prof. Henry Rowen, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institute, Professor of Public Policy and Management emeritus at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, Senior Fellow emeritus of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (Shorenstein APARC) at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University

Speakers:

- Josep Pique, Managing Director of 22@Barcelona, Spain
- José Alberto Sampaio Aranha, Director Genesis Institute, Pontifical Catholic University Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Discussants:

- Steve Casper, Henry E. Riggs Professor of Management at the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences in Claremont, California
- Robert Kneller, Professor, Dept. of Intellectual Property, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST), University of Tokyo, Japan

Paul Berg
Hall ABC
16.30-
17.00
Tea/Coffee break Li Ka Shing
Center Lobby
17.00-
17.45
Plenary session 6: ‘How Technology is Creating the Twenty-first Century Economy’.
Chair: Prof. Loet Leydesdorff, Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR), University of Amsterdam (hyperlink name with bio in the Gallery)
Speaker: W. Brian Arthur, External faculty, Santa Fe Institute and Visiting Researcher, Intelligent Systems Lab at PARC, the Palo Alto Research Center (Formerly Xerox PARC).
Paul Berg
Hall ABC
17.50-
18.30
Triple Helix Association General Assembly

Formation of Triple Helix local/regional communities/chapters

Paul Berg
Hall ABC
18.30-
18.45
Announcement of the Trilicious innovation game winner

Conference closing

Paul Berg
Hall ABC
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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