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Global Entrepreneurial University Metrics (GEUM)

Workshop III    

Palo Alto, Silicon Valley; 10-11 June 2017



     

      Focuses of the Workshop III


  • The Indicators for Entrepreneurial University Metrics;

  • The White Paper;

  • The IPR Strategy for GEUM;

  • Data collection and analysis methods;

  • Trilicious: The Triple Helix Innovation Game. 



Workshop Program 

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9 June 2017, Friday

(Dinah’s Garden Hotel)

  20:00 - 22:00  

 Opening social event: Poolside Reception

10 June 2017, Saturday

(Building 320, Room 106, Geology Corner, Main Quad, Stanford University) 

09:00 - 09:15

 Brief participants introduction 

09:15 - 09:30

Project Chair report:

GEUM Project Update

Henry Etzkowitz (Stanford STS, Birkbeck, THA and ITHI)

09:30 - 10:45

GEUM prospects:

Metrics Researchers, Critics and Users Dialogue

 

Chair: 

Mariza Almeida

  • Justin  Axelberg, University of Sao Paulo.  Entrepreneurial University Ranking: Experiences compiling a ranking as a Grass Roots Student Led Initiative in Brazil


  • Richard Zare, Chemistry Department, Stanford University Not Everything that can be Counted Counts; Not Everything that Counts can be Counted

10:45 -11:15

Coffee

11:15-12:15

Gender and diversity metrics for the entrepreneurial university


Chair:  

Henry Etzkowitz

Prof. Sue Rosser,  Former Provost, San Francisco State University; Special Advisor for Research Development and External Partnerships, Office of the Chancellor, California State University System and Special Advisor to the President at San Francisco State University; Author,  Academic Women in STEM Faculty

Commentators: Mathias Wullum Nielsen, Stanford University and Aarhus

Q and A:  Brainstorming  gender and diversity metrics ideas 

12:15-13:30

 Lunch (Coupa Café by Green Library, Stanford) 

13:30-14:45

White paper review 

dissemination 


Chair: 

Alice C.Zhou

  • Henry Etzkowitz
  • Lena Leonchuk, North Carolina State

And/or options (1)  Feed GEUM into existing metrics

(2) launch GEUM metrics start-up

(3) develop joint venture with major publisher or other relevant 

organization

Ceremonial Signing of White Paper by participating authors

GEUM IPR Strategy 

discussion 


 Richard Allan Horning, Senior Attorney, Reed  Smith LLP, Palo Alto

14:45-15:00

Coffee

15:00-15:15

Google sheet application for Data Analysis (Metrics)

Mengnan Wang, Data Analyst.

Accenture (at Google campus)

15:15-18:00

Trilicious Game:  Charting GEUM’s future 

Convener: Prof. Mariza Almeida (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro – UNIRIO) Workshop participants

19:00-21:30  

Meeting dinner, Dinah’s Poolside Restaurant

11 June 2017, Sunday

(Building 320, Room 106, Main Quad, Stanford University)

9:30-10:00

The Hatch Effect: An Interdisciplinary model of engagement

by Scott Billadeau 

Founder & CEO of Liquid Planet, Co-Founder of HATCH 

Experience

10:00-11:15

GEUM Progress


Chair: 

Anne Kouvaleinen

10:00-10:15, Finland

by Prof.  Anne Kouvaleinen and Seppo Poutanen, Turku University 

10:15-10:30, China

by Prof. Wei Yao and Mosi Weng, Ph.D candidate, 

Zhejiang University

10:45-11:00, Russia

by Prof. Liana Kobzeva, Tomsk State University 

10:30-10:45, Brazil

  • São Paulo by Arthur Tavares, University of Sao Paulo
  • Rio  by Prof. Mariza Almeida, UNIRIO

11:00-11:15, United States 

by Dr. Alice Chunyan Zhou, International Triple Helix Institute (ITHI)

11:15-11:30

Coffee break

11:30 -12:20

New GEUM Projects


Chair:

Liana Kobzeva

Star Scientists and Entrepreneurship: A consideration on university ranking in Asia —— will show a part of our researches, university ranking by star scientist in Asia and patent, and so on.

by Hiromi SAITOPh.D. in Economics, Chiba University, Graduate School of Social Sciences,

 Associate Professor. 

 

1-33, Yayoi-cho, Inage-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba, 

 263-8522 JAPAN

 E-mail: hiromis@chiba-u.jp or hirori.chiba@gmail.com


  • Institutionalizing interdisciplinity in universities: drivers, practices, challenges and impacts of interdisciplinary research units in the UK. by Dr. Frederica Rossi, Dina Mansour, Ph.D candidate. CIMR, Birkbeck, London  
  • Prof.  Emanuela Todeva, St. Mary’s University, London

12:20-12:30

Call for contributions

GEUM special issue,  Triple Helix Journal (THJ). www.triplehelixassociation.org

by Prof. Henry Etzkowitz


9 June 2017, Friday

(Dinah’s Garden Hotel)

  20:00 - 22:00  

 Opening social event: Poolside Reception

10 June 2017, Saturday

(Building 320, Room 106, Main Quad, Stanford University) 

 09:00 - 09:15

 Brief participants introduction 

09:15 - 09:30

Chair Introduction:

GEUM Project update

Alexander Bikkulov, ITMO

Henry Etzkowitz (Stanford STS, Birkbeck, ITHI)

09:30 - 10:45

GEUM prospects:

Metrics Researchers, Critics and Users Dialogue 

  • Justin  Axelberg, University of Sao Paulo.  Entrepreneurial University Ranking: Experiences compiling a ranking as a Grass Roots Student Led Initiative in Brazil


  • Richard Zare, Chemistry Department, Stanford University Not Everything that can be Counted Counts; Not Everything that Counts can be Counted

10:45 -11:15

Coffee

11:45-12:15

Gender and diversity metrics for the entrepreneurial university

Prof. Sue Rosser,  Provost, San Francisco State University, Advisor to Chancellor, California State University; Author,  Academic Women in STEM Faculty

Commentators: Mathias, Niilson,  Stanford and Aarhus

Q and A

Brainstorming  gender and diversity metrics ideas 

12:15-13:30

 Lunch (Coupa Café by Green Library, Stanford) 

13:30-14:45

White paper review 

dissemination  and strategy discussion 

  • Alexander Bikkulov, ITMO,  
  • Lena Leonchuk, North Carolina State
  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Publisher Representative


And/or options (1)  Feed GEUM into existing metrics

(2) launch GEUM metrics start-up

(3) develop joint venture with major publisher or other relevant organization


Ceremonial Signing of White Paper by participating authors

14:45-15:00

Coffee

15:00-18:00

Trilicious Game:  Charting GEUM’s future 

Convener: Prof. Mariza Almeida (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro – UNIRIO) Workshop participants

19:00-21:30  

Meeting dinner, Dinah’s Poolside Restaurant

11 June 2017, Sunday

(Building 320, Room 106, Main Quad, Stanford University)

9:00-9:20

The Hatch Effect: An Interdisciplinary model of engagement

by Scott Billadeau 

9:20-11:15

GEUM Progress

Finland

by Prof.  Anne Kouvaleinen and Seppo Poutanen, Turku University 

Russia

  • Moscow by Dr.Tatiana Pospelova, Moscow State University;
  • Tomsk by Prof. Liana Kobzeva, Tomsk State University 

Brazil

  • São Paulo by Prof. Ary Plonski, University of Sao Paulo
  • Rio  by Prof. Mariza Almeida, UNIRIO

China

by Prof. Wei Yao and Mosi Weng, Ph.D candidate, Zhejiang University

Austria

by Prof. Karl Heinz Leitner, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) and Georg Fuerlinger,  Ph.D Candidate AIT & Open Austria

United States 

by Prof. Alice Chunyan Zhou, International Triple Helix Institute (ITHI)

11:15-11:30

Coffee break

11:30 -12:20

New GEUM Projects

 Japan Star Scientists

by Hirori Chiba and Kanetaka Maki

  • Institutionalizing interdisciplinity in universities: drivers, practices, challenges and impacts of interdisciplinary research units in the UK. by Prof. Frederica Rossi, Dina Mansour, Ph.D candidate. CIMR, Birkbeck, London  
  • Prof.  Emanuela Todeva, St. Marys University, London (by Skype)

12:20-12:30

Call for contributions

GEUM special issue,  Triple Helix Journal (THJ). www.triplehelixassociation.org

by Prof. Henry


9 June 2017, Friday

(Dinah’s Garden Hotel)

  20:00 - 22:00  

 Opening social event: Poolside Reception

10 June 2017, Saturday

(Building 320, Room 106, Main Quad, Stanford University) 

 09:00 - 09:15

 Brief participants introduction 

09:15 - 09:30

Chair Introduction:

GEUM Project update

Alexander Bikkulov, ITMO

Henry Etzkowitz (Stanford STS, Birkbeck, ITHI)

09:30 - 10:45

GEUM prospects:

Metrics Researchers, Critics and Users Dialogue 

  • Justin  Axelberg, University of Sao Paulo.  Entrepreneurial University Ranking: Experiences compiling a ranking as a Grass Roots Student Led Initiative in Brazil


  • Richard Zare, Chemistry Department, Stanford University Not Everything that can be Counted Counts; Not Everything that Counts can be Counted

10:45 -11:15

Coffee

11:45-12:15

Gender and diversity metrics for the entrepreneurial university

Prof. Sue Rosser,  Provost, San Francisco State University, Advisor to Chancellor, California State University; Author,  Academic Women in STEM Faculty

Commentators: Mathias, Niilson,  Stanford and Aarhus

Q and A

Brainstorming  gender and diversity metrics ideas 

12:15-13:30

 Lunch (Coupa Café by Green Library, Stanford) 

13:30-14:45

White paper review 

dissemination  and strategy discussion 

  • Alexander Bikkulov, ITMO,  
  • Lena Leonchuk, North Carolina State
  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Publisher Representative


And/or options (1)  Feed GEUM into existing metrics

(2) launch GEUM metrics start-up

(3) develop joint venture with major publisher or other relevant organization


Ceremonial Signing of White Paper by participating authors

14:45-15:00

Coffee

15:00-18:00

Trilicious Game:  Charting GEUM’s future 

Convener: Prof. Mariza Almeida (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro – UNIRIO) Workshop participants

19:00-21:30  

Meeting dinner, Dinah’s Poolside Restaurant

11 June 2017, Sunday

(Building 320, Room 106, Main Quad, Stanford University)

9:00-9:20

The Hatch Effect: An Interdisciplinary model of engagement

by Scott Billadeau 

9:20-11:15

GEUM Progress

Finland

by Prof.  Anne Kouvaleinen and Seppo Poutanen, Turku University 

Russia

  • Moscow by Dr.Tatiana Pospelova, Moscow State University;
  • Tomsk by Prof. Liana Kobzeva, Tomsk State University 

Brazil

  • São Paulo by Prof. Ary Plonski, University of Sao Paulo
  • Rio  by Prof. Mariza Almeida, UNIRIO

China

by Prof. Wei Yao and Mosi Weng, Ph.D candidate, Zhejiang University

Austria

by Prof. Karl Heinz Leitner, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) and Georg Fuerlinger,  Ph.D Candidate AIT & Open Austria

United States 

by Prof. Alice Chunyan Zhou, International Triple Helix Institute (ITHI)

11:15-11:30

Coffee break

11:30 -12:20

New GEUM Projects

 Japan Star Scientists

by Hirori Chiba and Kanetaka Maki

  • Institutionalizing interdisciplinity in universities: drivers, practices, challenges and impacts of interdisciplinary research units in the UK. by Prof. Frederica Rossi, Dina Mansour, Ph.D candidate. CIMR, Birkbeck, London  
  • Prof.  Emanuela Todeva, St. Marys University, London (by Skype)

12:20-12:30

Call for contributions

GEUM special issue,  Triple Helix Journal (THJ). www.triplehelixassociation.org

by Prof. Henry


9 June 2017, Friday

(Dinah’s Garden Hotel)

  20:00 - 22:00  

 Opening social event: Poolside Reception

10 June 2017, Saturday

(Building 320, Room 106, Main Quad, Stanford University) 

 09:00 - 09:15

 Brief participants introduction 

09:15 - 09:30

Chair Introduction:

GEUM Project update

Alexander Bikkulov, ITMO

Henry Etzkowitz (Stanford STS, Birkbeck, ITHI)

09:30 - 10:45

GEUM prospects:

Metrics Researchers, Critics and Users Dialogue 

  • Justin  Axelberg, University of Sao Paulo.  Entrepreneurial University Ranking: Experiences compiling a ranking as a Grass Roots Student Led Initiative in Brazil


  • Richard Zare, Chemistry Department, Stanford University Not Everything that can be Counted Counts; Not Everything that Counts can be Counted

10:45 -11:15

Coffee

11:45-12:15

Gender and diversity metrics for the entrepreneurial university

Prof. Sue Rosser,  Provost, San Francisco State University, Advisor to Chancellor, California State University; Author,  Academic Women in STEM Faculty

Commentators: Mathias, Niilson,  Stanford and Aarhus

Q and A

Brainstorming  gender and diversity metrics ideas 

12:15-13:30

 Lunch (Coupa Café by Green Library, Stanford) 

13:30-14:45

White paper review 

dissemination  and strategy discussion 

  • Alexander Bikkulov, ITMO,  
  • Lena Leonchuk, North Carolina State
  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Publisher Representative


And/or options (1)  Feed GEUM into existing metrics

(2) launch GEUM metrics start-up

(3) develop joint venture with major publisher or other relevant organization


Ceremonial Signing of White Paper by participating authors

14:45-15:00

Coffee

15:00-18:00

Trilicious Game:  Charting GEUM’s future 

Convener: Prof. Mariza Almeida (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro – UNIRIO) Workshop participants

19:00-21:30  

Meeting dinner, Dinah’s Poolside Restaurant

11 June 2017, Sunday

(Building 320, Room 106, Main Quad, Stanford University)

9:00-9:20

The Hatch Effect: An Interdisciplinary model of engagement

by Scott Billadeau 

9:20-11:15

GEUM Progress

Finland

by Prof.  Anne Kouvaleinen and Seppo Poutanen, Turku University 

Russia

  • Moscow by Dr.Tatiana Pospelova, Moscow State University;
  • Tomsk by Prof. Liana Kobzeva, Tomsk State University 

Brazil

  • São Paulo by Prof. Ary Plonski, University of Sao Paulo
  • Rio  by Prof. Mariza Almeida, UNIRIO

China

by Prof. Wei Yao and Mosi Weng, Ph.D candidate, Zhejiang University

Austria

by Prof. Karl Heinz Leitner, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) and Georg Fuerlinger,  Ph.D Candidate AIT & Open Austria

United States 

by Prof. Alice Chunyan Zhou, International Triple Helix Institute (ITHI)

11:15-11:30

Coffee break

11:30 -12:20

New GEUM Projects

 Japan Star Scientists

by Hirori Chiba and Kanetaka Maki

  • Institutionalizing interdisciplinity in universities: drivers, practices, challenges and impacts of interdisciplinary research units in the UK. by Prof. Frederica Rossi, Dina Mansour, Ph.D candidate. CIMR, Birkbeck, London  
  • Prof.  Emanuela Todeva, St. Marys University, London (by Skype)

12:20-12:30

Call for contributions

GEUM special issue,  Triple Helix Journal (THJ). www.triplehelixassociation.org

by Prof. Henry


9 June 2017, Friday

(Dinah’s Garden Hotel)

  20:00 - 22:00  

 Opening social event: Poolside Reception

10 June 2017, Saturday

(Building 320, Room 106, Main Quad, Stanford University) 

 09:00 - 09:15

 Brief participants introduction 

09:15 - 09:30

Chair Introduction:

GEUM Project update

Alexander Bikkulov, ITMO

Henry Etzkowitz (Stanford STS, Birkbeck, ITHI)

09:30 - 10:45

GEUM prospects:

Metrics Researchers, Critics and Users Dialogue 

  • Justin  Axelberg, University of Sao Paulo.  Entrepreneurial University Ranking: Experiences compiling a ranking as a Grass Roots Student Led Initiative in Brazil


  • Richard Zare, Chemistry Department, Stanford University Not Everything that can be Counted Counts; Not Everything that Counts can be Counted

10:45 -11:15

Coffee

11:45-12:15

Gender and diversity metrics for the entrepreneurial university

Prof. Sue Rosser,  Provost, San Francisco State University, Advisor to Chancellor, California State University; Author,  Academic Women in STEM Faculty

Commentators: Mathias, Niilson,  Stanford and Aarhus

Q and A

Brainstorming  gender and diversity metrics ideas 

12:15-13:30

 Lunch (Coupa Café by Green Library, Stanford) 

13:30-14:45

White paper review 

dissemination  and strategy discussion 

  • Alexander Bikkulov, ITMO,  
  • Lena Leonchuk, North Carolina State
  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Publisher Representative


And/or options (1)  Feed GEUM into existing metrics

(2) launch GEUM metrics start-up

(3) develop joint venture with major publisher or other relevant organization


Ceremonial Signing of White Paper by participating authors

14:45-15:00

Coffee

15:00-18:00

Trilicious Game:  Charting GEUM’s future 

Convener: Prof. Mariza Almeida (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro – UNIRIO) Workshop participants

19:00-21:30  

Meeting dinner, Dinah’s Poolside Restaurant

11 June 2017, Sunday

(Building 320, Room 106, Main Quad, Stanford University)

9:00-9:20

The Hatch Effect: An Interdisciplinary model of engagement

by Scott Billadeau 

9:20-11:15

GEUM Progress

Finland

by Prof.  Anne Kouvaleinen and Seppo Poutanen, Turku University 

Russia

  • Moscow by Dr.Tatiana Pospelova, Moscow State University;
  • Tomsk by Prof. Liana Kobzeva, Tomsk State University 

Brazil

  • São Paulo by Prof. Ary Plonski, University of Sao Paulo
  • Rio  by Prof. Mariza Almeida, UNIRIO

China

by Prof. Wei Yao and Mosi Weng, Ph.D candidate, Zhejiang University

Austria

by Prof. Karl Heinz Leitner, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) and Georg Fuerlinger,  Ph.D Candidate AIT & Open Austria

United States 

by Prof. Alice Chunyan Zhou, International Triple Helix Institute (ITHI)

11:15-11:30

Coffee break

11:30 -12:20

New GEUM Projects

 Japan Star Scientists

by Hirori Chiba and Kanetaka Maki

  • Institutionalizing interdisciplinity in universities: drivers, practices, challenges and impacts of interdisciplinary research units in the UK. by Prof. Frederica Rossi, Dina Mansour, Ph.D candidate. CIMR, Birkbeck, London  
  • Prof.  Emanuela Todeva, St. Marys University, London (by Skype)

12:20-12:30

Call for contributions

GEUM special issue,  Triple Helix Journal (THJ). www.triplehelixassociation.org

by Prof. Henry


 
      Accommodations: At Dinah's Garden Hotel (http://www.dinahshotel.com)

Special Room Rate for This Workshop Participants: $ 129 for 10-11 June, 2017

10 June, 8:00 -10:00 pm, Poolside Reception, included in the registration fee

11 June, Lunch and Dinner, included in  the registration fee

Reservations may be made by emailing reservations@dinahshotel.com . Reservations via email will only be confirmed if they are accompanied by a valid credit card, expiration date and identify themselves as International Triple Helix Institute participants.  Click here to download Dinah's Garden Hotel Credit Card Authorization Form

Hotel will not be responsible for replying to email reservations or confirming reservation requests that do not provide credit card information.  Reservations may also be made by calling the hotel’s main line at (650) 493-2844; please identify yourself as International Triple Helix Institute participants in order to receive the negotiated, discounted rates.  The cut-off date for accepting reservations for Group at the discounted rates is May 13, 2016



        

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         Registration fee is $220 for researchers, $400 for company representatives and $110 for students. 


      For registration/question/problem please contact Alice C. Zhou at chunyanz@tripleheix.net; and

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