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The Fourth Annual e-Business Research Center Director's Forum

Hosted by: Hewlett Packard Company
Cupertino, CA
March 3-4, 2005

March 3, 2005

Welcome and Opening Talk by Curtis Hutcheson, Vice President, World Wide Volume Direct Operation, Hewlett Packard Company

March 4, 2005

First Morning Panel Discussion: Center Governance and Emerging Research Issues

Steve Liddle , (.pdf 174Kb) *Acrobat
Academic Director, Rollins Center for eBusiness, Brigham Young University

Richard Welke, Director, Georgia State University eCommerce Institute/ Lars Mathiassen , (.pdf 41Kb) *Acrobat
Professor, Computer Information Systems Center for Process Innovation, Georgia State University

Michael Savoie , (.pdf 25Kb) *Acrobat
Director, E-Business Initiatives, Director, Center for Information Technology & Management, University of Texas, Dallas

David Verrill , (.pdf 135Kb) *Acrobat
Executive Director, MIT Center for eBusiness

Vasant Dhar,
Professor, Information Systems Department, New York University

Second Morning Panel Discussion: Research Topics of Special Interest

Arvind Rangaswamy , (.pdf 188Kb) *Acrobat
Research Director, eBusiness Research Center and Jonas H. Anchel Professor of Marketing, Pennsylvania State University: Global Customer Sat Measurements

Amy Ray,
Trustee Professor, Bentley College: Information Security Management of E-Business Systems

Hemant Bharagava , (.pdf 412Kb) *Acrobat
Professor of Management, University of California, Davis: Informatino Goods - Pricing and Standards

Luncheon Speaker: Amir Hartman,
Founder & Managing Director, Mainstay Partners, LLC: e-Business Investment Challenge

Afternoon Panel Discussion: Globalization and IT

Uday Karmarkar , (.pdf 143Kb) *Acrobat
Professor of Technology and Strategy Research, Director, Center for Management in the Information Economy, University of California, Los Angeles: Globalization of Services

Ram Akella,
Professor of Information Systems and Technology Management, University of California, Santa Clara: Globalization of IT Services

Ken Kraemer , (.pdf 582Kb) *Acrobat
CRITO & I/UCRC Director and Professor, Information Systems, Graduate School of Management and CRITO, University of California, Irvine: Globaliation of e-Commerce

Third Annual e-Business Research Center's Directors Forum (.pdf 43Kb) *Acrobat

October 16-17, 2003

Accelerating Global Commerce Through Technology And Policy Conference (.pdf 2282Kb) *Acrobat

September 20th, 2002
National Press Club, Washington, D.C.

National and global economic recovery is closely tied to issues of information technology and policy. This conference brings together leaders from business, industry and government to focus on solutions that will reduce barriers and lay a foundation for restored growth with security in a new environment.

Thought leaders and decision makers from the private and public sectors who can lead a badly needed public discourse on accelerating global commerce will benefit from this event.

The Conference will take place at the prestigious National Press Club in heart of Washington D.C. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided as well as a cocktail reception following the event.

Download the brochure (pdf 160Kb) *Acrobat

If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Download all the files from the conference: (Zip Format 1988Kb)

  • Welcome and Introduction (.pdf 97Kb) *Acrobat
    • Nirmal Pal, Executive Director, eBRC Penn State University
    • Richard Taylor, Co-Director, Institute For Information Policy, Penn State University
  • Keynote Speaker - Policy
    Thomas Leary, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission
  • Keynote Speaker - Industry
    Michael Nelson, Director Internet Technology and Strategy, IBM (.pdf 5125Kb) *Acrobat
  • Panel #1 - Policy
    • Chair - Judy Olian, Dean, Smeal College of Business, Penn State University
    • Ramsen Betfarhad, Counsel, House Energy and Commerce Committee
    • Christopher Caine, Vice President, Government Programs, IBM
    • Ed Young, Sr. Vice President, International and Federal Public Policy, Verizon
  • Luncheon Speaker
  • Panel #2 - Technology
    • Chair - James Thomas, Dean, School of Information Sciences & Technology, Penn State University
    • Ulrich Werner, Vice President Government Relations, SAP
    • Peter Samson, VP/General Manager, Enterprise Server Business Development, Unisys
    • Stanton Sloane, Executive Vice President, Management and Data Systems, Lockheed Martin (.pdf 749Kb) *Acrobat
    • Richard Bard, Deputy Chairman, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and Founder & Manager, Ideaspring, Inc. (.pdf 169Kb) *Acrobat
    • Fred Heller, VP/General Manger, (.pdf 470Kb) *Acrobat
  • Keynote Speaker - Technology & Policy
    • Mark Forman, Associate Director of Information Technology and E-Government, The Office of Management and Budget (.ppt 713Kb)

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