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Senior Researcher, Microsoft Bay Area Research Center
Professor of Pharmacology Royal Institution of Great Britain - Director
Ehemaliger Vizekanzler und Bundesminister für Finanzen der Republik Österreich; Vorstandssprecher, Leipnik-Lundenburger Invest Beteiligungs AG, Wien
Since 1999 President of ENEA (Italian National Agency for new technologies, energy and the environment)
Dean emeritus and distinguished Professor of International Affairs, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

Gordon BELL

Senior Researcher, Microsoft Bay Area Research Center

B.S. and M.S. in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Vice President of Research and Development, Digital Equipment Corporation - responsible for Digital's products Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Carnegie-Mellon University First Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation's Computing Directorate
1956-1957
 Architect of various mini- and time-sharing computers (e.g. the PDP-6) and led the development of DEC's VAX and the VAX Computing Environment.
 Involved in, or responsible for, the design of many products at Digital, Encore, Ardent, and a score of other companies.
 Involved in the design of about 30 multiprocessors; and investor of over 80 startup companies.
1960-1983
1966-1972
 Since 1987 sponsored "The Gordon Bell Prize" for Parallelism administered by a committee from the annual ACM/IEEE Conference on Supercomputing
 Boards and technical advisory boards of Cradle Technology, DiamondCluster Exchange, Dust Inc. and The Vanguard Group
 Founding board member of The Computer History Museum at 1401 Shoreline, Mountain View, CA, established in 1999
1986-1987

CBE Susan GREENFIELD

Professor of Pharmacology Royal Institution of Great Britain - Director

appointed University Lecturer in Synaptic Pharmacology, and Fellow and Tutor in Medicine, Lincoln College, Oxford Visiting Distinguished Scholar, Queens University, Belfast Professor of Pharmacology
 An undergraduate at St Hilda s College, Oxford
 DPhil in the University Department of Pharmacology, Oxford
 Research fellowships in the Department of Physiology, Oxford, the College de France, Paris, and NYU Medical Center, New York
 Visiting Research Fellowship at the Institute of Neuroscience, La Jolla, USA
1985
1996
since 1996
 Currently a Senior Research Fellow at Lincoln College, and an Honorary Fellow at St Hilda s College, Oxford

Dipl.-Ing. Josef PRÖLL

Ehemaliger Vizekanzler und Bundesminister für Finanzen der Republik Österreich; Vorstandssprecher, Leipnik-Lundenburger Invest Beteiligungs AG, Wien

Studium an der Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, Studienrichtung Landwirtschaft, Studienzweig Agrarökonomie Referent der Niederösterreichischen Landes-Landwirtschaftskammer Wirtschaftspolitischer Referent im Österreichischen Bauernbund; Assistent der Abgeordneten Agnes Schierhuber im EU-Parlament Direktor des Wiener Bauernbundes Kabinettschef von Bundesminister Wilhelm Molterer im Bundesministerium für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft (BMLFUW) Direktor des Österreichischen Bauernbundes Bundesminister für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft (BMLFUW) Bundesparteiobmann der Österreichischen Volkspartei
1987-1993
1993-1998
1998-2000
1999-2000
2000-2001
2001-2003
2003-2008
seit 2008

Carlo RUBBIA

Since 1999 President of ENEA (Italian National Agency for new technologies, energy and the environment)

working at CERN Director-General of the CERN
 Graduated at Scuola Normale, Pisa (thesis on cosmic rays),
 PhD Columbia University, New York
 In 1976, he suggested adapting CERN's Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) to collide protons and antiprotons in the same ring and the world's first antiproton factory was built. The collider started running in 1981 and, in early 1983, an international team of more than 100 physicists headed by Rubbia and known as the UA1 Collaboration, detected the intermediate vector bosons.For this discovery in I1984 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics.
since 1961
1989-1993
 Since 1999 President of ENEA (Ente Nazionale per le Nuove tecnologie, l'Energia e l'Ambiente). Carlo Rubbia is Full Professor of Physics at Pavia University, in Italy.

Dr. Peter F. KROGH

Dean emeritus and distinguished Professor of International Affairs, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

Trainee and Acting Assistant Branch Manager, The New England Merchants Bank, Boston Instructor in Government, Tufts University Assistant Dean, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University Host, television interview program, "Backgrounds" - WGBH-TV, Boston Visiting Scholar, The Brookings Institute White House Fellow, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State Associate Dean, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University Dean and Professor of International Affairs, School of Foreign Service Moderator, weekly PBS television program on foreign affairs "American Interests" Moderator, PBS television foreign affairs series: "Great Decisions"
 Studied Arts in Law and Diplomacy and Philosophy at Tufts University
1958-1960
1961-1962
1962-1967
1963-1967
1965
1967-1968
1968-1970
1970-1995
1982-1988
1988-2005

Technology Symposium

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Kategorie: all Breakout Plenary Social

26.08.2004

08:00 - 09:30 Technology brunch sponsored by Tiroler Zukunftsstiftung Social
11:00 - 12:00 Welcome reception Plenary
12:00 - 13:30 Where Do We Come From? Plenary
14:00 - 16:30 Tomorrow Plenary
18:00 - 18:30 Responsibility Plenary
18:30 - 19:30 First-world know-how, third-world solutions: a comparison of outcome Plenary
19:30 - 21:30 Evening reception, sponsored by Alcatel Austria Social

27.08.2004

07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 09: Lost in Technology? – Women Careers in Research and Technology Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Special Event 3: Medical Schools in the International Context – Challenges and Opportunities Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 03: New Forms of Organization: Best Practice-Methods of Change Management – the Art of Managing Change Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 11: Telematics in Transport – Opportunities for a Mobile Society Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 04: Crossing Borders: Overcoming Barriers – Bridging Disciplines – Rethinking Cultures Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Special Event 2: The Politics of Technology: A Primer on Innovative Developments that Governments Should Embrace to Kick-Start GNP Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 05: Space Policy: A New Strategic Challenge for Europe Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 01: Technological Potentials for Achieving Climate Protection Goals with or without Kyoto-Protocol Ratification Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 07: Man and Machine – Interactions in the Ambient Intelligent Society Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 12: MyLifeBits – Digital Immortality and its Limits Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 06: From Vienna to Lisbon? – Challenges for Innovation Policy on EU and National Levels in the Light of the New EU Action Plan for Innovation and the Austrian Efforts for an Innovation Strategy Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 08: Security and Identification Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 02: Low-Carbon Energy Supply Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Special Event 1: Cooperation in South East Europe – Programs, Projects, Initiatives Breakout
07:00 - 13:30 Working Group 10: Challenges of Regenerative Medicine Breakout
14:00 - 15:00 Science Policy: the major players in science and research – competition and cooperation, conditions for success “Precompetitive Research” Plenary
15:00 - 16:00 Science Policy: the major players in science and research – competition and cooperation, conditions for success “Competitive Research” Plenary
18:00 - 20:00 Information transfer and processing Plenary

28.08.2004

07:00 - 07:45 The Ig Nobel Prizes Plenary
07:45 - 08:00 Alpbach 2004 – My personal resumée Plenary
08:00 - 08:30 Alpbach 2004 – resumée Junior Alpbach Plenary
09:00 - 10:30 Seeing Beyond the Light: Technology and Patient s Benefit on the Example of Molecular Imaging Plenary
10:30 - 11:15 Closing statement Plenary
11:30 - 12:00 Farewell reception sponsored by Microsoft Austria Social