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Suggested Citation:"D. List of Participants." National Research Council. 1988. Globalization of Technology: International Perspectives. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1101.
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APPENDIX D
List of Participants

AUSTRALIA

Malcolm Chaikin

Pro-Vice-Chancellor

The University of New South Wales

John L.Farrands

Chairman, International Relations Committee

Australian Academy of Technological Sciences

Jan E.Kolm

Chairman, National Energy Research Development and Demonstration Council

Former Director, Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI), Australia Limited

John C.Nixon

Australian Academy of Technological Sciences

Alan S.Reiher

Commissioner for North America

The Victorian Government of Australia

W.J.Stamm

President

The Institution of Engineers

W.J.McG. Tegart

Secretary, Department of Science

The Victorian Government of Australia

Robert G.Ward

General Manager

The Broken Hill Proprietary Co. Ltd.

Sir David Zeidler

President, Australian Academy of Technological Sciences

Vice President, CAETS

BELGIUM

René Bryssinck

President

National Institute of Research

A.Jaumotte

Vice President

Belgian Royal Academy

CANADA

Pierre Dupont

President

Bell Canada International, Inc.

Suggested Citation:"D. List of Participants." National Research Council. 1988. Globalization of Technology: International Perspectives. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1101.
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COLOMBIA

Carlos Ospina

Senior Partner and Manager

Ingenieros Consultores Civiles y Electricos Ltda.

DENMARK

Poul Vermehren

President

Danish Academy of Technical Sciences

Vibeke Q.Zeuthen

Executive General Secretary

Danish Academy of Technical Sciences

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

Dieter Behrens

Managing Director

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chemisches Apparatewesen, Chemische Technik, und Biotechnologie eV

Wolf Häfele

Director General

Nuclear Research Center, Jülich

Klaus Pinkau

Director

Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics

Franz Pischinger

Director, Institute for Applied Thermodynamics, Aachen Technical University

Vice President, German Research Society

FINLAND

Jorma Routti

Vice President and President-Elect

Finnish Academy of Technology

FRANCE

Pierre Aigrain

Scientific Advisor to the President of the Thomson Group

Andre Blanc-Lapierre

President

French Academy of Sciences

Alexis Dejou

President, Union Technique de l’Electricité

President, French Academy of Sciences

HUNGARY

Jenoe Fock

President, Federation of Technical and Scientific Societies

Former Prime Minister

Janos Ginsztler

Professor and Head, Department of Electrical Engineering Materials

Technical University of Budapest

Jozsef Hatvany

Advisor to the Director

Computer & Automation Institute

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Mr. Lajos Nyiri

Science Counsellor

Hungarian Embassy

Washington, D.C.

ISRAEL

Shimon Yiftah

Professor

Department of Nuclear Engineering

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology

ITALY

Umberto Colombo

Chairman

Italian National Commission for Nuclear and Alternate Energy Sources

Suggested Citation:"D. List of Participants." National Research Council. 1988. Globalization of Technology: International Perspectives. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1101.
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JAPAN

Hiroshi Inose

Chairman

The Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo

Director General, National Center for Science Information Systems

Hajime Karatsu

Professor

Institute of Research and Development

Tokai University

MEXICO

Eduardo Campero Littlewood

Secretary

National Academy of Engineering of Mexico

Emilio Carrillo Gamboa

Director General

Telefonos de México

Jaime Cervantes de Grotari

Vice President

National Academy of Engineering of Mexico

Abraham Charnes

Secretary, International Affairs

National Academy of Engineering of Mexico

Alejandro López-Toledo

Foreign Secretary

National Academy of Engineering of Mexico

Enrico N.Martínez

Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa

Alfredo Perez de Mendoza

Member

National Academy of Engineering of Mexico

Marco A.Murray-Lasso

Former President

National Academy of Engineering of Mexico

NETHERLANDS

H.L.Backers

Director of Research, Shell International Research

President, Forum of Engineers

S.van Houten

Research and Development

Board of Management

Philips’ Industries

NORWAY

Harald A.Øye

President

The Norwegian Academy of Technical Sciences

PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

Yang Anxian

Deputy Chief, Planning Bureau Chinese Academy of Sciences

Visiting Scholar, Georgia Institute of Technology

Shi Changxu

Director, Technological Science Division, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Vice Chairman, National Natural Science Foundation of China

Teng Teng

Vice President, Chinese Academy of Sciences

President, CAS University of Science and Technology, Anhui

Zhang Guangdou

Professor, Vice President of University Council, Tsinghua University

Member of Presidium of Chinese Academy of Sciences

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SPAIN

Jaime Sodupe

Director

Center for the Development of Industrial Technology

SWEDEN

Alf Åkerman

Vice Chairman, Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences;

Former President, SE-Banken—Gothenberg Group

Hans G.Forsberg

President

Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences

Pehr G.Gyllenhammar

Chairman

AB Volvo

Bengt Modeer

Executive Secretary

Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences

Lars Ramqvist

Executive Vice President

Ericsson Group

SWITZERLAND

Adrian W.Roth

Vice President

Swiss Academy of Engineering

UNITED KINGDOM

Geoffrey A.Atkinson

Deputy Secretary

The Fellowship of Engineering

Sir William Barlow

Senior Vice President, The Fellowship of Engineering

Chairman, BICC plc

Viscount Caldecote

Past President

The Fellowship of Engineering

Anthony R.Cox

Science Counselor

British Embassy, Washington, D.C.

John W.Fairclough

Chief Scientific Advisor

Cabinet Office

John R.Forrest

The Fellowship of Engineering

Robert Malpas

Managing Director

The British Petroleum Company

J.R.S.Morris

Vice President

The Fellowship of Engineering

Sir Robin Nicholson

Executive Director

Pilkington Brothers plc

B.W.Oakley, CBE

Director

The Alvey Directorate

V.J.Osola

Executive Secretary

The Fellowship of Engineering

G.K.C.Pardoe

Chairman

The Watt Committee on Energy Ltd.

Geoffrey Pattie

Minister of Industry and Information Technology

Department of Trade and Industry

Sir Denis Rooke

President, The Fellowship of Engineering;

Chairman, British Gas, plc

Sir Francis Tombs

Chairman, Rolls-Royce Ltd.

Director, Rothschilds

Peter O.Wolf

The Fellowship of Engineering

Suggested Citation:"D. List of Participants." National Research Council. 1988. Globalization of Technology: International Perspectives. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1101.
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UNITED STATES

Steven N.Anastasion

Consultant, National Academy of Engineering

Secretary, CAETS

Holt Ashley

Professor, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Stanford University

Isaac L.Auerbach

President

Auerbach Consultants

Jesse H.Ausubel

Director, Program Office

National Academy of Engineering

Jordan J.Baruch

President

Jordan Baruch Associates

Stephen D.Bechtel, Jr.

Chairman

Bechtel Group, Inc.

Daniel Berg

Institute Professor of Science and Technology

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Erich Bloch

Director

National Science Foundation

W.Dale Compton

Senior Fellow

National Academy of Engineering

Dale R.Corson

President Emeritus

Cornell University

Gerald P.Dinneen

Vice President

Science and Technology

Honeywell Inc.

John V.Evans

Vice President for R&D and Director

COMSAT Laboratories

COMSAT Communications Satellite

Daniel J.Fink

President

D.J.Fink Associates, Inc.

Alexander H.Flax

Home Secretary

National Academy of Engineering

Edward R.Kane

Director and Former President

E.I.du Pont de Nemours & Company

Harold Liebowitz

Dean

School of Engineering and Applied Science

The George Washington University

The Honorable D.Bruce Merrifield

Assistant Secretary for Productivity, Technology and Innovation

U.S. Department of Commerce

Hugh Miller

Consultant

National Academy of Engineering

John H.Moore

Deputy Director

National Science Foundation

Lt. General John W.Morris

President and CEO

Engineering Group

Planning Research Corporation

Peter Murray

Director

Nuclear Programs

Westinghouse Electric Corporation

George E.Pake

Group Vice President

Corporate Research (retired)

Xerox Corporation

Frank Press

President

National Academy of Sciences

Suggested Citation:"D. List of Participants." National Research Council. 1988. Globalization of Technology: International Perspectives. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1101.
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Walter A.Rosenblith

Emeritus Institute Professor

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

William C.Salmon

Executive Officer

National Academy of Engineering

Philip M.Smith

Executive Officer

National Academy of Sciences

H.Guyford Stever

Foreign Secretary, National Academy of Engineering

President, CAETS

Morris Tanenbaum

Vice Chairman of the Board

AT&T Corporate Headquarters

Gerald F.Tape

Retired President

Associated Universities, Inc.

Alvin W.Trivelpiece

Director

Office of Energy Research

U.S. Department of Energy

Albeit R.C.Westwood

Corporate Director

Research & Development

Martin Marietta Corporation

Robert M.White

President

National Academy of Engineering

F.Karl Willenbrock

Executive Director

American Society for Engineering Education

Alden P.Yates

President

Bechtel Group, Inc.

USSR

Konstantin V.Frolov

Vice President

Academy of Sciences of the USSR

V.Smirnyagin

Director

Foreign Relations Section

Academy of Sciences of the USSR

ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES (OAS)

Enrique Martín del Campo

Washington, D.C.

UNION OF INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL ASSOCIATIONS (UITA)

Leo S.Packer

France

WORLD FEDERATION OF ENGINEERING ORGANIZATIONS (WFEO)

Michael W.Leonard

France

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The technological revolution has reached around the world, with important consequences for business, government, and the labor market. Computer-aided design, telecommunications, and other developments are allowing small players to compete with traditional giants in manufacturing and other fields. In this volume, 16 engineering and industrial experts representing eight countries discuss the growth of technological advances and their impact on specific industries and regions of the world. From various perspectives, these distinguished commentators describe the practical aspects of technology's reach into business and trade.

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