■主旨 今回のセミナーはUCサンディエゴで博士を修了されスタンフォード大学のAPARC (Asia Pacific Research Centerに移られた牧兼充博士をお招きして米国大学発ベンャーの実証分析の研究についてお話いただきました。
■日時 2015年10月20日 17時30分
■場所 東京大学向ヶ岡ファカルティハウス セミナー室 http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/campusmap/cam01_00_30_j.html http://www.mukougaoka-facultyhouse.jp/stay.html
■講演者 Kanetaka M. Maki (Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego and National Institute of Science and Technology Policy)
■講演タイトル Inventor Involvement in the Success of University-Based Startups
■Kanetaka M. Maki Profile
Kanetaka Maki received his B.A. in Faculty of Environmental Information in 2000 and his M.A. in Graduate School of Media and Governance in 2002, both from Keio University. His research interests are innovation, entrepreneurship, and university-industry technology transfer. His recent working paper focuses on the evaluation of university-technology transfer policies in Japan.
For six years (2002-2008), as a Founding Chief Officer of SIV Entrepreneur Laboratory at Keio University, he designed and over saw university-based innovation & entrepreneurship programs at Keio University, which is recognized as one of most advance programs in Japan. As a part-time lecturer at Keio University, he has taught numerous entrepreneurship courses. Among his experience working with industry including serving as a partner for EGG-JAPAN (a for-profit incubator operated by MITSUBISHI ESTATE CO., LTD.) to create a global innovation platform based in Marunouchi (located in the center of Tokyo). Additionally, he has also been involved with several technology start-up companies to launch new businesses. Related to public service, he was an active member Academic Entrepreneurship Committee (organized by the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI)) and several others to create an effective academic entrepreneurship model in Japan.