Research activities involving the United States and China are receiving increased scrutiny from US authorities.  United States export control laws have far reaching implications and transnational jurisdiction.  These laws can impact not only researchers working within the United States, but US persons working in other countries and non-US entities that collaborate with the US.

Daniel Vick is the director for Duke University’s Office of Export Controls, where he assists faculty, staff, and students with mitigating risk and forming strategies for compliance with US Export Control laws.

Please join Mr. Vick for a discussion on the scope of US export control laws, possible impacts to faculty teaching or conducting research in China, and strategies to recognize risk and facilitate compliance with these laws.

*All faculty are required to attend the workshop.

Date: Fri. Oct 16

Time: 20-21pm Beijing time/ 8-9am EST

Zoom ID:9457 4759 187

Qualtrics: Participants are welcomed to submit questions in advance through this link .