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Implications of Emerging Micro- and Nanotechnologies C Meetings and Activities FIRST MEETING, AUGUST 15-16, 2001 Sponsor Expectations, Air Force Science and Technology Overview Don Daniel Deputy Assistant Secretary, Air Force (Science, Technology and Engineering) Implications of Emerging Micro and Nano-Technologies Robert Leheny Director, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency National Nanotechnology Initiative M.C. Roco Senior Advisor, Nanotechnology, National Science Foundation Chair, Subcommittee on Nanoscience, Engineering and Technology Nanoscience/Nanotechnology Programs in Office of the Secretary of Defense Clifford Lau Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Science and Technology Navy Micro and Nano Programs Overview James Murday Chair, Naval Nanoscience Program Army Micro and Nano Programs Overview Bob D. Guenther
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Implications of Emerging Micro- and Nanotechnologies Army Research Office, Inter-Agency Personnel Agreement, Duke University Air Force Micro and Nano Programs Overview Forrest Agee Air Force Office of Scientific Research SECOND MEETING, OCTOBER 2-3, 2001 Air Force S&T Development Planning Results: Long-Range Challenges Gregory P. Rubertus Chief, Corporate Investment Strategy Division, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Overview of Fundamental Micro/Nano Research and Tool Development Forrest Agee Air Force Office of Scientific Research Technical Aspects of Micro/Nano Research and Tool Development Gernot S. Pomrenke Air Force Office of Scientific Research Micro/Nano Materials Development Overview Richard Vaia Air Force Research Laboratory, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate The Bio/Nano Interface Morely Stone Air Force Research Laboratory, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate MEMS Tribology and Reliability and Nanostructured Coatings for Space and Tribology Jeff Zabinski Air Force Research Laboratory, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate Nanoelectronics and Nanomaterials for Sensors Gail Brown Air Force Research Laboratory, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate Micro and Nano Opportunities Roger T. Howe Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center, University of California at Berkeley Recent Accomplishments and Future Work in MEMS Carl Tilmann Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Vehicles Directorate
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Implications of Emerging Micro- and Nanotechnologies Recent Accomplishments and Future Work in Nanotechnology William Baron Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Vehicles Directorate Overview of MEMS for Propulsion and Power Applications Kirk Yerkes Air Force Research Laboratory, Propulsion Directorate Overview of Nano Technology for Propulsion and Power Applications James R. Gord Air Force Research Laboratory, Propulsion Directorate RF MEMS Device Technology John L. Ebel Air Force Research Laboratory, Sensors Directorate RF MEMS Applications Stephen Schneider Air Force Research Laboratory, Sensors Directorate Nanotechnologies for Sensors Ross Dettmer Air Force Research Laboratory, Sensors Directorate Micro and Nano Opportunities James Ellenbogen Principal Scientist, Nanosystems Group, MITRE Corporation THIRD MEETING, NOVEMBER 8–9, 2001 Role of Nano Technologies and Micro Systems for Space Harald Schone and Joseph Tringe Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles Directorate Applications of Nano Technologies in Directed Energy Roy Hamil and Don Shiffler Air Force Research Laboratory, Directed Energy Directorate Impact of Nanoenergetic Materials Ronald Armstrong Air Force Research Laboratory, Munitions Directorate MEMS/Nano Technology for Assembly of Systems John Randall Chief Technical Officer and Vice President of Research, Zyvex
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Implications of Emerging Micro- and Nanotechnologies Molecules for Electronics and Bio Tech Herb Goronkin Vice President and Director, Physical Research Laboratories, Motorola Labs Implications of Emerging Micro and Nano Technologies on Information Directorate Mission Daniel Burns Air Force Research Laboratory, Information Directorate Micro and Nano Opportunities, Emerging Technology George I. Bourianoff Intel Corporation Micro and Nano Opportunities Terry A. Michalske Biomolecular Materials and Interfaces Department, Sandia National Laboratories FOURTH MEETING, DECEMBER 18–19, 2001 Nano Science and Technology Initiatives Barbara Wilson Air Force Research Laboratory MEMS Technology at Draper Laboratory Amy Duwel Draper Laboratory Micro/Pico Satellites Ernest Robinson Aerospace Corporation Nanomechanics Michael Roukes California Institute of Technology Emerging Applications of Micro and Nanophotonic Components and Their Interface with Biology Sadik Esener University of California, San Diego Polymer Chemistry and Nanoscience Grant Willson University of Texas
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Implications of Emerging Micro- and Nanotechnologies Nanometals and Air Force Technology Development Terry C. Lowe CEO Metallicum, LLC FIFTH MEETING, FEBRUARY 20–21, 2002 Nanotechnology for Sensors Paul M. Amirtharaj Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate, Army Research Laboratory SIXTH MEETING, APRIL 2-3, 2002 Writing Session
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