2017 15th TRIPLE HELIX International Conference 세계 산학관 협력 총회
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XV Triple Helix International Conference 2017 Program At a glance

4th Industrial Revolution(Industry 4.0), Degisn Thinking and Triple Helix

Thursday, 14 September 2017
Time Room 323 Room 322
10:00-17:00 Registration
11:00-11:15 Opening Ceremony: Congratulatory Remarks
by Dr. Henry Etzkowitz (President, THA) (Room 324)
11:15-12:15 Plenary Session 1: Keynote Speeches by Dr. Sang Hyuk Son (President, DGIST)
& Dr. Myung-Ja Kim (President, KOFST)
(Room 324)
12:15-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 Panel 1: Entrepreneurial University and Its Impacts Panel 2: University-Industry Collaboration in the Age of 4IR
15:00-15:15 Coffee Break
15:15-16:00 Plenary Session 2: Keynote Speech by Dr. Christiane Gebhardt
(Vice President, Head Global Initiatives, Malik Institute)
(Room 324)
16:00-17:30 Special Session 1:
SKKU Session: Reputation of Triple Helix and Industrial Cluster
(organized by Dr. Jang Hyun Kim)
Special Session 2:
Triple Helix in Asian Countries
(organized by Dr. Jarunee Wonglimpiyarat)
17:30-19:00 Dinner
Friday, 15 September 2017
Time Room 323 Room 322
9:00-17:00 Registration
9:30-10:45 Triple Helix Master Class by Dr. Henry Etzkowitz
10:45-11:45 Roundtable on S&T Innovation in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (KAIST)
(Room 324)
11:45-13:00 Lunch with a Special Talk on Design Thinking by Dr. Dongjoob Song
(Program Committee Chair)
13:00-14:30 Panel 3: Science Parks, Incubators and Innovators Panel 4: Triple Helix and Socially Responsible Innovation
14:30-16:00 Panel 5: Triple Helix in Developing Countries I Panel 6: Regional Dimensions of the Triple Helix
16:00-16:15 Coffee Break
16:15-17:45 Special Session 3: Measuring Triple Helix Synergies and Innovations using Scientometric, Technometric, Informetric, Webometric, and Altmetric Data
(organized by Dr. Miyoung Chong)
(Room 323)
18:00-19:30 Gala Dinner
19:30-21:00 Daegu Night Tour
Saturday, 16 September 2017
Time Room 323 Room 322
10:00-11:30 Panel 7: Triple Helix in Deveveloping Countries II (3) Special Session 4: Global Entrepreneurial University Metrics Initiative
(GEUM)
11:30-13:30 Luncheon & Closing Ceremony with the Introduction of the New Host

THC 2017 Program Detail

Panels

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Session No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Panel 1
Entrepreneurial University and Its Impacts
1 Alain-Marc Rieu Japan The Triple Helix concept versus design thinking. Innovation theory at the age of a 4th industrial revolution
2 Irina Pavlova National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University An Entrepreneurial University in Country-Specific Settings:
How Can It Generate New Businesses?
Violetta Chernobuk Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics
Session No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Panel 2
UIC in the 4th IR(University-Industrial
Collaboration for the 4th Industrial Revolution)
1 Botir Botir Usmonov Tashkent University of information technologies THE NEW WAYS OF DEVELOPING THE EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH CENTERS IN THE UNIVERSITIES
2 Liana Kobzeva National Research Tomsk State Univesity University-Business cooperation for the 4th Industrial Revolution
Evgeniy Gribov National Research Tomsk State University
Marina Snigireva National Research Tomsk State University
Valensiya Raevskaya National Research Tomsk State University
3 Joonha Jeon KAIST STP Cooperation by Coercion: Institutionalizing the “Third Mission” of Universities in the South Korean Higher Education System
4 Lingaraj Behera Tata Institute of Social Sciences, TISS, Mumbai Academic-Industry collaboration in Gujarat: Present Status and Imerging trends
Session No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Panel 3
Science Parks, Incubators, and Innovators
1 Nobuya Fukugawa Tohoku University Is the impact of incubator’s ability on incubation performance contingent on technologies and life cycle stages of startups?: Evidence from Japan
2 Cui Liu Zhejiang University Transnational Triple Helix system: A typology
Yuzhuo Cai University of Tampere
Ju Liu Malmö University
3 Seolmin Yang Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Affiliation diversity and team performance: Impact of the external social network ties of leading scientists
Session No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Panel 4
Triple Helix and Socially Responsible Innovation
1 Marina Malakhovskaya National Research Tomsk State University University in Triple Helix: Can It Drive Socially Responsible Innovation and Impact Quality of Life in the Regions?
Liana Kobzeva National Research Tomsk State University
Irina Pavlova National Research Tomsk State University
Svetlana Ananko National Research Tomsk State University
2 Marco Antonio Baleeiro Alves Universidade Federal do Tocantins (UFT) Sustainable business model of sweet potato ethanol for small producers in the context of Triple Helix
Araken Alves de Lima INPI
3 Liana Kobzeva National Research Tomsk State University Universities in the Regional Agenda on the Rise of the 4th Industrial Revolution: How Can University Drive Innovative and Technological Regional Development?
Irina Pavlova National Research Tomsk State University
Evgeniy Gribov National Research Tomsk State University
Marina Malakhovskaya National Research Tomsk State University
Svetlana Ananko National Research Tomsk State University
Valensiya Raevskaya National Research Tomsk State University
Marina Snigireva National Research Tomsk State University
Session No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Panel 5
Triple Helix in Developing Countries
I
1 James Sefe Dzisah Department of Sociology University of Ghana The Triple Helix Development:
Towards a New Political Economy for African Universities?
2 Adelowo Caleb Muyiwa Obafemi Awolowo University Entrepreneurship Education and Development in Nigeria: Empirical Analysis
3 Chikwelu Mbonu Federal Polytechnic, Oko, Anambra State Shift to Entrepreneurial Economy Model: A Case Study of Anambra State, Nigeria
Kate Omenugha Ministry of Education, Anambra State
4 Douglas Santos Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro University-industry interaction: new developments in Brazil
Mariza Almeida
5 Po Yang PEKING UNIVERSITY Triple Helix for skills: Intermediary organization in regional skill formation system
Thomas Remington Emory University
Zhengnan Yue PEKING UNIVERSITY
Session No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Panel 6
Regional Dimensions of the Triple Helix Model
1 Liana Kobzeva National Research Tomsk State University Universities as the drivers for economic and social regional development
Evgeniy Gribov
Marina Snigireva
Svetlana Ananko
Valensiya Raevskaya
2 Rhiannon Pugh Uppsala University The role of innovation policy for innovation system development: diverse empirical studies to interrogate the universality of regional innovation theory
Cui Liu Zhejiang University
Yuzhuo Cai University of Tampere
3 Cassiane Jaroszewski Fundação Getulio Vargas Innovation and sustainable development: entrepreneurial universities in the state of Amazonas.
4 Haruo H. Horaguchi Hosei University Intellectual Cluster Creation Policy in Japan: A Case Study of Takamatsu Rare Sugar Project
Seiki Yukimoto Kanagawa University
Session No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Panel 7
Triple Helix in Developing Countries II
1 Anastasia Yarygina Hyundai Motor Open Innovation Strategies in the automotive industry.
2 Syahrul Aminullah Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education Republic of Indonesia SCENARIO PLANNING FOR QUALITY HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDONESIA TO SUPPORT THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE NATION
3 Chikwelu Mbonu Federal Polytechnic, Oko, Anambra State The Entrepreneurial Economy Model- A focus on Anambra State, Nigeria
Kate Omenugha Ministry of Education, Anambra State
4 Nadia Ahmadouche University polytechnic of valencia The innovation in the developing countries companies facilities and barriers

Special Sessions

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Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Session 2
TH in Asian Countries
1 Jarunee Wonglimpiyarat College of Innovation, Thammasat University Financial Eonomics of Innovation : Triple Helix, Tax Policies and Mechanisms to support Thecnology-Based Firms
2 Anil Kumar National Law School of India University, Bengaluru A Policy Conundrum of Ranking Indian Higher Educational Institutions: An Analysis of National Institutional Ranking Framework
3 Amir Faisal Manurung The Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education - National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Japan Case Study: the Governance of Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) Policy of Post-Democratization Era Indonesia
4 Ibne-e-Hassan BZU University The Transition from Conventional to Entrepreneurial Universities in Pakistan
Saiful Haq (corresponding) BZU University
Rahmat Ullah South Asia Triple Helix Association
Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Session 3
Measuring Triple Helix Synergies and Innovations using Scientometric, Technometric, Informetric, Webometric, and Altmetric Data
1 Leo Kim Ars Praxia From Institution to Individual: Data-Based Reflection of Triple-Helix Operation in South Korea
2 Brandon Moore University of North Texas Improving open data accessibility: Using domain driven design and microservice architecture to create user friendly open data systems
3 Jungwoon Yoon Soongsil University Triple Helix Dynamics of Technological Innovation Systems in South Korea: A Comparative Analysis
Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title
Session 4
The Global Entrepreneurial University Metrics Initiative (GEUM)
1 Joosung Lee DGIST Entrepreneurial University, Social Capital, and Regional Innovation Ecosystem Development
Hyungseok Yoon Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci