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CCST Meetings

CALIFORNIA COUNCIL ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CCST COUNCIL MEETING

October 23-24, 2002
Santa Barbara, California

TWO-DAY SCHEDULE


 
Wednesday,
October 23, 2002
Board Meeting and Dinner Program
3:30 - 5:30 PM
Board Meeting

The Board Room
UC Santa Barbara Faculty Club
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-7040

6:00 - 7:00 PM
Reception
The Faculty Club
UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-7040
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Dinner Program
The Faculty Club
UC Santa Barbara Keynote
Speaker:
Evelyn L. Hu
Professor, Department of Materials and ECE,
UCSB Co-Director, California NanoSystems Institute
 
Thursday,
October 24, 2002
Executive and Council Meetings
6:30 - 8:00 AM
Breakfast
Breakfast Café
Pacifica Suites
7:00 - 8:00 AM
Executive Committee
The Fireside Room
Pacifica Suites
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Council Meeting
McCune Room
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, 6th Floor
UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
UC Santa Barbara meeting information:
• From Highway 217 going towards UCSB, one will arrive at the East Gate of the campus. After stopping at the kiosk, bear right on Mesa Road, just beyond the East Gate. The second stoplight is Ocean Road, which is a left hand turn only. Follow Ocean Road almost to the end. Parking Lot 23 will be on the left-hand side after crossing El Collegio Road.
• Parking Lot 23 is closest to the Faculty Club. A UCSB parking permit is required.
• From the Parking Lot, the Faculty Club is a short walk towards the UCSB Lagoon.
• Both the Faulty Club and the Humanities and Social Sciences Building are accessible off of Ocean Road.
• Parking Lots 22 & 27 are conveniently located near the Humanities and Social Sciences Building.

CALIFORNIA COUNCIL ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CCST COUNCIL MEETING

Thursday, October 24, 2002


McCune Room
Humanities & Social Sciences Building, 6th Floor
University of California, Santa Barbara

Agenda

830
I.
Council Announcements & Chair's Report
   Introduction of Guests
   Approval of Minutes
Jud King
8:40
II.

Report From Board of Directors

Karl Pister

8:50
III.
Executive Director's Review of Council Activities Susan Hackwood
9:10
IV.

National Academies Collaboration
Increasing Technical Literacy: Informed Decision Making

Jud King

9:20
V.
Reports from Committees: Membership Paul Jennings
9:30
VI

Nanotechnology and the California Economy

Nanotech Research in California
Evelyn Hu, Co-Director, California NanoSystems Institute

Nanotech Company Growth
Michael Darby, Professor of Economics, UCLA
Lynne Zucker, Professor of Sociology & Policy Studies, UCLA

Art Chester,
Bill Lee,and Paul Jennings
10:30   BREAK  
10:45
VII..

Nanotechnology and the California Economy (cont.)

Nanotech Commercialization
Meyya Meyyappan, Director, NASA Ames Research Center

 
11:15
VIII.

State Government S&T Activities

 

Jeff Newman, Partnership Manager, Technology, Trade & Commerce Agency

11:30
IX.

Nanotechnology Discussion

 
12:00   LUNCH  
12:45
X.

Critical Path Analysis Related New Initiatives

Warren Baker

Increasing the production and retention of science and math teachers
Media campaign to raise college-going knowledge
Media plans of EdTrustWest, Russlyn Ali, Director

1:30
XI.
California’s Lifeline Issues Chris Caren

Homeland Security
Ron Cochran, Executive Officer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Energy
Woody Clark, Senior Policy Advisor to the Governor

2:15
XII.
Other Business  
2:30   Adjourn                                [return to top]