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Fred Phillips (USA)

  • Professor at Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
  • Editor-in-Chief of "Technological Forecasting and Social Change" (SSCI)
  • Has been a consultant to such organizations as Intel, Texas Instruments, etc., and has consulted worldwide on technology based regional development.
  • Presentation Theme: “Key Ideas from a 25-Year Collaboration at Technological Forecasting & Social Change”

Ulrich Witt (Germany)

  • Professor at Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Australia
  • Director of the Evolutionary Economics Group at the Max Planck Institute of Economics
  • Editor of Journal of Evolutionary Economics including other many
  • Honorary Member of the Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics 2006
  • Thyssen Foundation Scholarship, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM 1989
  • Presentation Theme: “What kind of innovations do we need to secure our future?”

Loet Leydesdorff (Netherlands)

  • Honorable President of the World Association for Triple Helix & Future Studies (WATEF)
  • Emeritus Professor, “Communication and Innovation in the Dynamics of Science and Technology”, University of Amsterdam
  • Honorary Professor at SPRU – Science and Technology Policy Research of the University of Sussex
  • Editor of Science & Public Policy including other many
  • Presentation Theme: “Uncertainty Reduction in University-Industry-Government Relations: Mutual Redundancies among Wealth Generation, Novelty Production, and Control”

Anil K. Gupta (India)

  • Professor, Centre for Management in Agriculture, Indian Institute of Management
  • Founder of Honey Bee Network
  • President, SRISTI (Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions) and Editor, Honey Bee, a quarterly newsletter on grassroots green innovations
  • Executive Vice Chair, National Innovation Foundation
  • Presentation Theme: “Open innovations in formal and informal sector must also be reciprocal and mutually empowering”

Tan Yigitcanlar (Australia)

  • Professor, Queensland University of Technology
  • Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development and Sustainability, and an Associate Editor of many other journals
  • Presentation Theme: Smart Cities in the Making: Success and Failure Factors from Global Practices

Philip Cooke (UK)

  • Professor, Center for Innovation, Bergen University College, Norway
  • University Research Professor in regional economic development (1991) and founding director (1993) of the Centre for Advanced Studies, University of Wales, Cardiff. (until July, 2014)
  • Adjunct Professor in Development Studies at Aalborg University, Denmark and LEREPS, University of Toulouse, France. (2005-2010)
  • Research Professor at the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development (2013-2014)
  • Editor of "European Planning Studies" (SSCI)
  • Interested in the studies of Evolutionary Complexity Theory, Regional Innovation Systems, Eco-Art and Green Innovation
  • Presentation Theme: "The Virtues of Variety in Regional Innovation Systems & Entrepreneurial Ecosystems"

Venni V. Krishna (India)

  • Professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
  • Editor-in-Chief of Science, Technology and Society (SSCI)
  • Presentation Theme: “Globalization of Innovation in Asia”

Taeho Park (USA)

  • Director & Professor, School of Global Innovation and Leadership, San Jose State University, USA
  • Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management
  • Presentation Theme: “The Role of Open Innovation for the Improvement of Supply Chain System Performance”

JinHyo Joseph Yun (Korea)

  • Tenured Senior Researcher and Professor, Division of IoT and Robotics Convergence Research, DGIST
  • Hosting Chair of SOItmC & KCWS 2015
  • President of Society of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity(SOItmC)
  • Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity(JOItmC)
  • Presentation Theme: “Success Factors and Dynamics of Social Innovation”