April 21, 2014



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Perspectives on the IT R&D Ecosystem: A Workshop

Eric Benhamou and Randy H. Katz, Co-Chairs

Open Session
Keck Building
500 5th Street, N.W., Room 101
Washington, DC

OPEN SESSION AGENDA


Presentation slides are available for the speakers with links below. All slides are in Adobe PDF format, which requires the Adobe Reader. Views expressed in the presentations are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the National Academies.


10:45 am Welcome to the Open Session and Workshop
Overview of CSTB and the Study (goals, timing)
Eric Benhamou and Randy Katz, Co-Chairs
11:00 am Perspectives from the Study Sponsor and Charge to the Committee
Peter Freeman, National Science Foundation
12:00 pm Working Lunch

12:30 pm PANEL 1: Perspectives on the IT R&D Ecosystem from Federal Agencies Making IT R&D Investments
Simon Szykman, National Coordination Office for Networking and Information Technology R&D
Deborah Crawford, National Science Foundation
Anthony Tether, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Andre van Tilborg, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Science and Technology
Daniel Hitchcock, Department of Energy
Michael Marron, National Institutes of Health
Q&A with Presenters

2:30 pm Break

2:45 pm PANEL 2: Perspectives on the IT R&D Ecosystem from Academic and Business Communities
William Aspray, Association for Computing Machinery
Andrew Bernat, Computing Research Association
Andrea Hoffman, TechNet
Charles Wessner, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic policy, The National Academies
Q&A with Presenters

4:00 pm PANEL 3: Perspectives on the Potomac-area IT Startup Environment
John May, New Vantage Group
Jonathan Silver, Core Capital Partners
Raymar Dizon, Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development
Q&A with Presenters

5:45 pm Closing Remarks by Committee and Public
Eric Benhamou and Randy Katz, Co-Chairs
6:15 pm Adjourn

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