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CCST Meetings

CALIFORNIA COUNCIL ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
BOARD AND COUNCIL MEETING AND DINNER PROGRAM
January 31– Feb. 1, 2006
Sacramento, California


Tuesday, January 31, 2006 CCST Board Meeting
3:30 -5:30 PM   The Hyatt Regency Sacramento
The Ventura Room, 2nd Floor
1209 L Street, Sacramento, CA
Telephone: 916.443.1234
     CCST Dinner Program
6:00 - 7:00 PM Reception

The Hyatt Regency Sacramento
Second Floor Mezzanine
1209 L Street, Sacramento, CA
Telephone: 916.443.1234

7:00 - 9:00 PM Dinner Program

The Hyatt Regency Sacramento
Golden State Rooms

    Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Raymond Seed, professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley
Biography

Presentation Title: Performance of the New Orleans Flood Defenses in Hurricane Katrina and a Look at the State of California's Levee-Related Exposure


Wednesday, February 1, 2006  

Executive and Council Meetings

7:00 AM Executive Committee Breakfast The Hyatt Regency Sacramento
Ventura Room
1209 L Street, sacramento, CA
Telephone: 916.443.1234
7:15 - 8:15 AM Executive Committee Meeting

The Hyatt Regency Sacramento
Golden State Rooms

8:00 -8:30 AM CCST Breakfast

The Hyatt Regency Sacramento
Golden State Room

 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM  Council Meeting The Hyatt Regency Sacramento
Golden State Room

CCST COUNCIL MEETING

Wednesday, February 1, 2006
8:30 am - 2:30 pm

Golden State Room
The Hyatt Regency Sacramento at Capitol Park

AGENDA


7:30
I.

Council Announcements & Chair's Report

Announcements from the Board
Introduction of New Members and Guests
Approval of Minutes



Larry Papay/
Neal Sullivan

7:45
II.

Disaster Mitigation

"Catastrophic Risk Mitigation: California's Levee Issues"
Ray Seed, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley
"UrbanEyes: Tool for First Responders"
Richard Leach, Jr., Scientific Research Engineer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Leonard
Napolitano, Deputy Director, Center for Biological and Energy Sciences, Sandia National Laboratory/California
(PowerPoint Presentation - PPT 2.35 MB)

Larry Papay

8:00
III.

Executive Director's Review of Council Activities

Susan Hackwood

8:45   Senator Speier's Press Conference, State Capitol, Room 1190  
10:30
IV.

Summary of Intellectual Property Report

Assembly Member Gene Mullin, Chair, Assembly Committee on Biotechnology
(Stephen Rockwood's Power Point Presentation - PPT 129 KB)

Steve Rockwood/
Alan Bennett

10:50
V.

Health Information Technology

Robert MacLaughlin, Consultant, for Senator Elaine Alquist, Chair, Select Committee on Emerging Technologies & Economic Competitiveness
Robyn Boyer, Governor's Deputy Cabinet Secretary for Health Affairs
Cindy Ehnes, Director, Dept. of Managed Health Care
Lori Hack, CEO, CalRHIO
Nileen Verbeten, Vice President, Center for Economic Services, California Medical Association (Powerpoint Presentation - PPT 645 KB)

Steve Ryan,
Alfonso Cardenas,
Steve Bruckman

12:00

LUNCH

 
12:30
VI.

Assembly Select Committee on Bioethics, Medicine and Technology

Assembly Member, Lori Saldaña, Chair, Assembly Select Committee on Bioethics, Medicine and Technology
Michael Kalichman, Director of the Research Ethics Program, UC San Diego (PowerPoint presentation - ppt 77 KB)

Charles Kennel
1:00
VII.

State Science Initiatives

CalSTEP, Advanced Transportation Technologies
Jim Boyd, Commissioner, California Energy Commission (PowerPoint presentation - 1.15 MB)
Science in Decision-making Shankar Prasad, Deputy Secretary, California Environmental Protection Agency

 

Larry Papay

1:40
VIII.

Cyber Infrastructure (PowerPoint presentation - 4 MB)

Fran Bermam
2:00
IX.

California's Response to: Rising Above the Gathering Storm

Sean Randolph, President, Bay Area Economic Forum
Sally DiDomenico, Vice President, BAEF and Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium

Cherry Murray
2:20
X.
Other Business Larry Papay
2:30   Adjourn