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Globalization: International Programs at Georgia Tech:  Globalization: International Programs at Georgia Tech Jilda Diehl Garton Georgia Institute of Technology © Georgia Tech Research Corporation From the 384,000 km view::  From the 384,000 km view: Research is the major driver in establishing relationships with foreign universities. As a consequence, Georgia Tech promotes workshops in focused areas of research in order to bring faculty together from the partnering universities. This leads to collaborative research and long-lasting relationships. Charles L. Liotta, VPR © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Why is Georgia Tech “Global”?:  Why is Georgia Tech “Global”? Discovery of New Knowledge Economic Development Human Resources Pipeline Education Outreach © Georgia Tech Research Corporation © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Global Collaborations:  Global Collaborations Research Collaborations Study Abroad Dual Degrees Joint Programs © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Participation:  Participation 95% of the faculty participates in international activities 30% of Tech undergraduates have international experience 23 faculty-led summer programs to Asia, Australia/New Zealand, Europe, & Latin America © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Preparing Students for the Global Economy The New International Plan:  Preparing Students for the Global Economy The New International Plan Georgia Tech students have the opportunity to participate in the International Plan which develops global competence within the context of students' majors. The International Plan is an intensive, degree-long program designed to prepare GT graduates professionally and personally for successful lives in the 21st century. © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Georgia Tech Around the World:  Georgia Tech Around the World Research e.g. Imperial College Education e.g. Dual Degree Programs NUS Monterey Tech e.g. Distance Education Economic Development e.g. Georgia Tech research programs with Samsung and Pirelli © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Georgia Tech Lorraine:  Georgia Tech Lorraine 240 graduate engineering students (several dual MS & PhD degrees) 170 undergraduates in summer programs (engineering, liberal arts, management, architecture) © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Europe:  Europe Imperial College With Oak Ridge National Lab AtlantIC Center Alliance Innovation and Commercialization Photovoltaic energy, fuel cells, power systems and grid reliability, biofuels and biomaterials GTRI-Ireland Applied research challenges in RFID, medical devices, and sustainable energy © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Africa & Middle East:  Africa & Middle East Nile River Basin Initiative Angola Project Israel Nanoscience Research Consortium © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Mexico, Central America & South America:  Mexico, Central America & South America Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM)/Monterrey Tech Instituto Technologico de Buenos Aires (ITBA) Instituto de Emprendimentos Cientificos y Technologicos (IECyT) © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Asia:  Asia National University of Singapore Nanyang Technological University in Singapore GE Professional Master Program in Bangalore (distance education) Shanghai Jiao Tong University © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Thinking about the Infrastructure: International Programs:  Thinking about the Infrastructure: International Programs Here Visas Taxes Deemed Exports There Intellectual Property Taxes Entity Formation Understanding Laws & Regulations Exports & © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Taxation and IP: Collaborations in Other Countries:  Taxation and IP: Collaborations in Other Countries Taxation The collaborative activity will be governed by the host country’s tax laws and by U.S. tax treaties Question to answer: What scope of the activities or revenues is subject to taxation? The collaborators can allocate liability by contract, but can’t eliminate legal liability Personal tax issues for U.S. based and foreign-based faculty and employees Intellectual Property Ownership In which jurisdiction are inventors legally required to file patent applications Enforceability of patents varies Management agreements Earning IP royalties or other revenues in a foreign country may trigger taxation by that country © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Georgia Tech’s Infrastructure:  The roles and responsibilities of Georgia Tech academic, research, and administrative offices in meeting compliance requirements. Research Personnel Pre-employment Post-hiring Travel International Conferences International Programs Technology Transfer Shipping Deemed Export Research Teaching International Visitors Payments Georgia Tech’s Infrastructure © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Export Management Systems Georgia Tech’s Infrastructure:  Export Management Systems Georgia Tech’s Infrastructure © Georgia Tech Research Corporation International Studies:  International Studies Office of International Education Provides leadership in advocating for, supporting, and pursuing the Institute’s goals for international education. Memoranda of understanding with foreign institutions Student and faculty exchange programs Study abroad programs © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Office of International Education:  Office of International Education Collaborates with faculty to further internationalize the curriculum Advocates for programs of study that prepare students to be globally competent Identifies opportunities for faculty to acquire international education experiences Serves the large and diverse population of international students and visiting scholars Study abroad International student and scholars F-1 or J-1 visa holders who study and/or work at Georgia Tech. Tax information © Georgia Tech Research Corporation International Scholars/Employees:  International Scholars/Employees Office of Human Resources and Office of Legal Affairs Visas H-1B visas for temporary workers TN treaty visas (NAFTA) O-1 visas for persons with extraordinary ability Employee Payments Non-US Citizen Payments and Taxation © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Export Roles & Responsibilities:  Export Roles & Responsibilities Export controls are laws that apply to all areas of Georgia Tech that have contact or business transactions with non-US people or entities. These are cross-cutting issues that have an impact on many academic and administrative units. © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Most research and educational collaborations that involve controlled technology are subject to an exclusion or exemption from licensing.:  Most research and educational collaborations that involve controlled technology are subject to an exclusion or exemption from licensing. The most common exclusions from controls/exemption for academic research institutions Fundamental Research Information Exclusion (ITAR/EAR) Public Domain/Publicly Available Information Exclusion (ITAR/EAR) Educational Information Exclusion (ITAR/EAR) Full-Time Bona Fide U.S. Higher Ed Employee Information Exemption (ITAR) © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Research Agreements:  Research Agreements Most research conducted in the Residential Instruction units of Georgia Tech is conducted under the Fundamental Research Exclusion. © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Research: Fundamental Research Exclusion:  Research: Fundamental Research Exclusion Fundamental Research Exclusion applies to information when the research is: Basic or applied At an institution of higher learning In the U.S. and No publication or access controls exist for the activity © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Research Agreements:  Research Agreements Even when the FRE applies: If there is a Non-Disclosure Agreement in place for access to technology or information used in the research, the exclusion may not apply to the proprietary information. Signature Sheet reviews for export concerns OFAC Sanctions Apply It only applies to activities conducted in the United States © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Research Agreements:  Research Agreements In rare circumstances, research conducted on campus is not subject to the FRE and controlled technology is involved in the research. Research may need to be structured to avoid deemed export A Technology Control Plan will be required An export license may be required © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Deemed Exports:  Deemed Exports The transfer of technology (e.g., tech. data/defense services) to a foreign national in the U.S. is deemed to be an export to that individual’s country of citizenship Transfers of Controlled Technology/Technical Data Licensing issues may arise when controlled technology is disclosed to foreign students, foreign national staff, symposium attendees from other countries, visiting scholars, those touring laboratories, etc. © Georgia Tech Research Corporation © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Managing Deemed Exports:  Managing Deemed Exports Schools, laboratories and PIs are responsible for compliance with deemed export rules and TCPs. NDA agreements Software in-licenses that contain export restrictions, which is used in classroom teaching and/or research Materials transfer agreements Sponsored research Technology transfer efforts © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Research Agreements:  In some circumstances, an overseas activity will not come under a educational or research exception and will involve controlled technology. An export license will be required prior to the start of the activity A Technology Control Plan will be required Research Agreements © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Technology Transfer:  Technology Transfer Export controls apply to: Any license of patented or copyrighted technology to a foreign person or entity in the US or abroad Technology transfer disclosures made abroad before a patent issues (and thus becomes public) except when such disclosure is directly related to applying for a foreign patent Exclusive material transfer agreements that impose publication restrictions or other restrictions on access to or dissemination of materials and/or related technologies or technical data © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Technology Transfer:  Technology Transfer The Office of Technology Licensing ensures that export screening takes place before technology is disclosed to a potential licensee and prior to license License terms require certification that licensee will not export the technology without an export license © Georgia Tech Research Corporation International Travel:  International Travel If any controlled information, technology, software, or equipment will be transferred to another party overseas a license must be obtained prior to the transfer unless a valid licensing exception or exclusion applies. At Conferences During Research Collaborations During Teaching Other Disclosures © Georgia Tech Research Corporation International Travel :  International Travel Licensing Exceptions Published (publicly available) Information and Software Published Educational Information Tools of the trade Computers containing non-commercial, special purpose or certain encryption software may be controlled and should not be taken out of the United States. Biological samples should not be transferred without prior review © Georgia Tech Research Corporation International Conferences:  International Conferences Presenters are responsible for understanding export laws and how they apply to their disciplines. In general, if a conference will be open to anyone, and If any technology is ITAR controlled, present or discuss only information or technology that has already been published. If any technology is EAR controlled, present or discuss only information that will be published. © Georgia Tech Research Corporation OFAC and Accounts Payable:  OFAC and Accounts Payable Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Regulates the transfer of items/services of value to sanctioned nations Imposes Trade Sanctions, and Trade and Travel Embargoes Aimed at Controlling Terrorism, Drug Trafficking and Other Illicit Activities Prohibit Payments/Providing Value to Nationals of Sanctioned Countries and Some Specified Entities/Individuals May Prohibit Travel and Other Activities with Sanctioned Countries and Individuals Even When Exclusions to EAR/ITAR Apply Non-employee Payments © Georgia Tech Research Corporation Back to the 384,000 km view::  Back to the 384,000 km view: Globalization at Georgia Tech is about: Research Teaching Service Economic Development © Georgia Tech Research Corporation

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