Hearing: China's High Technology Development

Hearing Transcript: 

April 21-22, 2005


Stanford University
Stauffer Auditorium, The Hoover Institution
Stanford, CA

Co-Chairs: Chairman C. Richard D'Amato and Commissioner Patrick A. Mulloy

AGENDA

OPENING STATEMENTS

  • OPENING STATEMENT BY CHAIRMAN C. RICHARD D’AMATO [Remarks]
  • OPENING STATEMENT BY VICE CHAIRMAN ROGER W. ROBINSON, JR. [Remarks]
  • OPENING STATEMENT BY PATRICK A. MULLOY [Remarks]

Thursday, April 21

Introductory Remarks - China's Growing Global Presence

  • The Honorable William J. Perry, Senior Fellow Stanford Institute for International Studies, Stanford, CA

Panel I - China's Global Technology Competitiveness I

  • Mr. Alan C. Wong, Senior Counsel, NVIDIA Corporation, Santa Clara, CA [Testimony]
  • Mr. Gary Rieschel, Co-Executive Managing Director, Mobius Venture Capital, Palo Alto, CA [Testimony]
  • Mr. George M. Scalise, President, Semiconductor Industry Association, San Jose, CA [Testimony]
  • Mr. Carl Everett, Partner, Accel Partners, Palo Alto, CA [Testimony]
  • Mr. James C. Morgan, Chairman, Applied Materials, Inc., Santa Clara, CA [Testimony]

Panel II - China's High-Tech Development Strategies

  • Dr. Richard "Pete" Suttmeier, Ph.D., Professor, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
  • Dr. Michael Pillsbury, Ph.D., Washington, DC [Testimony]
  • Dr. Denis Fred Simon, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Levin Graduate Institute of International Relations and Commerce, State University of New York, Albany, NY [Testimony]
  • Ms. Kathleen Walsh, Senior Associate, Henry L. Stimson Center, Boston, MA [Testimony]

Panel III - Dynamics in the U.S.-China High-Tech Relationship

  • Mr. Henry Rowen, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Stanford, CA [Testimony]
  • Dr. Ernest Preeg, Senior Fellow in Trade and Productivity, Manufacturers Alliance, Arlington, VA [Testimony]
  • Mr. Eamonn Fingleton, Economic Author, Tokyo, Japan [Testimony]
  • Professor John Zysman, Codirector, Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy, Professor, University of California, Berkeley, CA

Panel IV - Challenges to US High-Tech Leadership

  • Mr. William T. Archey, President & CEO, American Electronics Association, Washington, DC [Testimony]
  • Mr. John Ciacchella, Vice President, AT Kearney, Santa Clara, CA [Testimony]
  • Mr. Rhett Dawson, President and CEO, Information Technology Industry Council, Washington, DC [Testimony]

Friday, April 22

Panel V - China's Global Technology Competitiveness II

  • Mr. John Gage, Chief Researcher and Director of the Science Office, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Santa Clara, CA
  • Mark FitzGerald, Managing Director, Senior Research Analyst

Panel VI - China's Science & Technology Trajectory

  • Mr. Anthony F. Rock, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, Washington, DC [Testimony]
  • Dr. Larry H. Weber, Acting Deputy Director, Office of International Science and Engineering, National Science Foundation, Washington, DC [Testimony]

Panel VII - China’s IPR Protections and the U.S. Entertainment Industry

  • Mr. John Malcolm, Senior Vice President and Director, Worldwide Anti-Piracy Operations, Motion Picture Assoc. of America, Encino, CA [Testimony]
  • Ms. Darcy Antonellis, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Anti-Piracy Operations, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., Burbank, CA [Testimony]

Panel VIII - China’s IPR Protections and Impact on Technology Development

  • Dr. Pat Choate, Co-Director of Manufacturing Policy Project, Sperryville, VA [Testimony]
  • Mr. Ted C. Fishman, Author, China, Inc., Chicago, IL [Testimony]