January 10, 2012

Industry-Academia Collaboration Workshop on Innovation Process in Semiconductor/ Bio Industries: From the Perspective of Roadmap and Alliance 2010.3.24


■ Industry-Academia Collaboration Workshop on Innovation Process in Semiconductor/    Bio Industries: From the Perspective of Roadmap and Alliance 

March 24, 2010 at Conference Square M+, Marunouchi, Tokyo
Organized by IIR
Supported by Japan Bioindustry Association (JBA)

Japan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (Office of Pharmaceutical Industry Research (OPIR))
New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)
With the assistance of
Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association, Semiconductor Technology
Roadmap Committee of Japan (STRJ),
Opening Address
Seiichiro Yonekura (IIR)
Keynote Speech
Chair: Sadao Nagaoka (IIR)
“NIH’s Funding Strategy: Current Status and Future Prospects”
  Paula Stephan (Georgia State University / NBER)
Session I: Roadmap for Semiconductors and Innovation Process of the Industry
Chair: Hiroyuki Chuma (IIR)

[1] “The Role of International Technology Roadmap of Semiconductor (ITRS): Tracking the History of
     ITRS”
  Toshihiko Osada (Formerly Fujitsu Microelectronics, Ltd. / IIR)

[2] “Lithography and ITRS”
  Masaomi Kameyama (Formerly Nikon Corporation / IIR)

[3] “ITRS and R&D Collaboration among Business Enterprises and Organizations: From the Case Study   of High-k/Metal Gate Technology”
  Hiroyuki Chuma
General Comment: Shuzo Fujimura (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Session II: Bio Startups and Alliance
Chair: Manabu Eto (IIR)

[4] “Bio Startups in Japan: Acquirement of Core Technology, Alliance, and Challenges of Growth”
  Yuji Honjo (Chuo University / IIR)

[5] “Alliance Structure and Performance in Pharmaceutical Organizations in Japan, U.S. and Europe”
  Sadao Nagaoka and Kenta Nakamura (University of Kobe / IIR)

General Comment: Hiroyuki Odagiri (Hitotsubashi University)