University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin)*
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The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin, UT, or Texas), formerly the University of Texas, has offered the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:
Red McCombs School of Business1) > Department of Information, Risk and Operations Management (IROM)2)
- Ph.D. in Information, Risk and Operations Management (Concentration: Information Systems > Research interest: Knowledge Management)
Innovation, Creativity & Capital Institute (IC² Institute)
- International Conference on Technology Policy and Innovation (ICTPI; 1997-2017)**
The International Conference on Technology Policy and Innovation (ICTPI) aims to bring together leading representatives of academic, business, and government sectors worldwide to present and discuss current and future issues of critical importance for using science and technology to foster regional economic development and shared prosperity at home and abroad. Multidisciplinary perspectives are encouraged to provide state-of-the-art and useful knowledge to decision makers in both the private and public sectors – including informed and effective education, business, and government policies and strategies for the global knowledge economy.
(Co-organizer: Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research (IN+), Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal)
Relevant Themes, Sessions, ect.:
Theme: Science, Technology and Knowledge Networks – long term growth strategies to face the financial crisis
Plenary: Fostering S&T and Knowledge Networks to Face the Financial Crisis, Looking at Urban Environments: Greening the City with Knowledge
Sessions: Human Factors and Knowledge Networks
Theme: Frontiers of Knowledge & Innovation: Blending Emerging Technologies with Inclusive Development
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Panels: Education, Learning, & Knowledge Management
(no conference in 2004)
Round Tables: Creating Sustainable Knowledge-Bases Cities
Sessions: New Perspectives in Higher Education for the Knowledge Society, Fostering Knowledge Across Borders
Theme: Integrating Regional and Global Initiatives in the Learning Society
Sessions: University in the Knowledge Society
Theme: Critical Infrastructures for the Learning Economy
Sessions: Managing Innovation and Knowledge Flows, Public Policies to Foster Knowledge Infrastructures
Theme: Learning and Knowledge Networks for Development
Plenary: Building The Learning Economy, Learning Networks and the New Economy
Sessions: Knowledge Networks
Workshops: Critical Infrastrucures for the Learning Economy, Institutions and Networks for the Learning Society
Theme: Global Knowledge Partnerships: Creating Value for the 21st Century
Plenary: Knowledge and Innovation for the 21st Century, Knowledge Networks in the Global Economy: The Case of Latin America, Managing Firms in the Knowledge Economy, Planning and Financing Knowledge for Development
Sessions: Universities in the Knowledge Economy, New Tools and Findings in Knowledge Management, Networks and Knowledge Diffusion, Business Perspectives for Knowledge Management, Regional Systems of Knowledge Creation and Diffusion
Workshops: Knowledge Intensive and Complex Firms, Outsourcing and Training Knowledge Professionals in a Global Context, Metrics for Knowledge
Theme: Knowledge for Inclusive Development
Plenary: Knowledge and innovation for economic development, Knowledge Diffusion and the geography of innovation, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Networks
Sessions: Regional Systems of Knowledge Creation and Diffusion, Knowledge Management, Entrepreneurship in the Knowledge Economy
Workshops: Towards the Learning Economy and the Information Society in Europe
Sessions: Knowledge Diffusion and Application
Workshops: Knowledge Management