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APPENDIX A Meeting Speakers DECEMBER 6–7, 1999 DEFENSE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RELIANCE SUBAREA FOR MATERIALS AND PROCESSES WORKSHOP ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND December 6, 1999 Overview of M/P Reliance Status Lewis Sloter, ODDR&E Army M&P Program Update Dennis Viechnicki, ARL Navy M&P Program Update Robert Pohanka, ONR December 7, 1999 Air Force M&P Program Update Robert Rapson, AFRL DARPA M&P Program Update Steven Wax, DSO BMDO M&P Program Update James Shoemaker, BMDO History of DoD Materials Jerome Persh, IDA Technical Panel (TP) Breakout Sessions with NMAB committee members TP 1.0—Platform Structural Materials Scott Tiebert, AFRL TP 2.0—Power and Propulsion Materials Kathy Stevens, AFRL TP 3.0—Armor/AntiArmor Materials Robert Dowding, ARL TP 4.0—Electronic Materials Bill Woody, AFRL TP 5.0—Laser-Hardened Materials George Mueller, NRL TP 6.0 (A)—Operational Support Materials Gume Rodriguez, ARL TP 6.0 (B)—Nondestructive Evaluation Ignatio Perez, NRL TP 7.0—Signature Control Materials Don Woodbury, ARL
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FEBRUARY 15–16, 2000 NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL WASHINGTON, D.C. February 15, 2000 Overview of DoD Vision and System Needs Andrew Marshall, OSD Overview of Army Vision and System Needs Michael Andrews, U.S. Army Overview of Military Transformation and Future Warfare Michael Vickers, Center for Strategic and BudgetaryAssessments Overview of Air Force Vision and System Needs Lawrence Delaney, U.S. Air Force Overview of Navy Vision and System Needs Ronald De Marco, ONR Overview of Marines Vision and System Needs Gen. Alan Gray, retired (U.S. Marine Corps) Revolution in Military Affairs After Next Lonnie Henley, Defense Intelligence Agency Brainstorm Session on Systems Needs Millard Firebaugh, Facilitator February 16, 2000 Overview of ARO Materials Programs Andrew Crowson, ARO Overview of AFOSR Materials Programs Lyle Schwartz, AFOSR Air Force Chief Scientist Study (Overview of Air Force S&T Needs) Kenneth Harwell, AFRL Overview of NSF Materials Programs Thomas Weber, NSF Overview of DOE Materials Programs Robert Gottschall, DOE Brainstorm Session on Materials Areas Julia Phillips, Facilitator APRIL 18–20, 2000 ARNOLD AND MABEL BECKMAN CENTER IRVINE, CALIFORNIA April 18, 2000 Recap of Systems Needs Session from February Meeting Millard Firebaugh Summary of Navy Needs Millard Firebaugh
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Summary of Army Needs John Gassner Summary of Air Force Needs George Peterson Recap of Panels Structure from February Meeting Julia Phillips Structural Materials Richard Tressler Electronic/Photonic Materials Meyya Meyyappan BioMaterials Michael Jaffe Energy/Power Materials John Gassner Multifunctional (Other) Materials Frank Karasz April 19, 2000 Structural Materials Challenges for Long-Term Defense Needs Anthony Evans, Princeton University Materials Research at Bell Laboratories Bertram Batlogg, Lucent Technologies Biology as Our Mentor for Materials Research—Can We Learn from Its Example? Mark Alper, University of California, Berkeley Computational Materials Science to Meet Long-Term Needs Stephen Foiles, Sandia National Laboratories Carbon Nanotubes and Other Revolutionary Materials and Processes—Industry View Fred Herman, Lockheed Martin Emerging Organic Materials and Processes—Long-Term Challenges Samuel Stupp, Northwestern University Review of Enabling Crosscutting Areas for Materials Research Millard Firebaugh, General Dynamics April 20, 2000 Transition of New Materials to Development of Systems—Cost Perspective Paul Kaminski, Technovation, Inc. Power Source Materials and Technologies—Long-Term View Daniel Doughty, Sandia National Laboratories
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JUNE 28, 2000 J. ERIK JONSSON CENTER WOODS HOLE, MASSACHUSETTS June 28, 2000 Debriefing and Discussion—Out of the Box and Into the Future: A Dialogue Between Warfighters and Scientists on Far-Future Warfare (2025) Conference, June 26-27, 2000, Washington, D.C., organized by the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies Sharon Yeung, National Research Council MARCH 28-29, 2001 NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL WASHINGTON, D.C. March 28, 2001 DoD Study Sponsors’ Expectations and Feedback Steven Wax, DARPA Future DoD Systems and Impact of Materials Advances—Army Perspective LTG Paul Kern, U.S. Army March 29, 2001 Structural and Multifunctional Materials Overview of Multifunctional Materials Steve Wax, DARPA Multifunctional Materials—Navy/DoD Perspective Virginia DeGiorgi, NRL Ceramic Structural Materials Ron Kerans, AFRL Metallic/Intermetallic Structural Materials Dennis Dimiduk, AFRL Polymer Structural Materials Eric Wetzel, ARL Metallic Structural Materials Julie Christodoulou, ONR Energy and Power Materials Energy Conversion and Harvesting Materials Bob Nowak, DARPA High Power Microwaves and High Power Lasers Tim Andreadis, NRL
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Air Force Needs and Programs for Magnetic Materials Richard Fingers, WPAFB Explosives, Pyrotechnics, and Propellants Brad Forch, ARL Energy, Storage, and Thermal Sciences Branch Over Dave Ryan, WPAFB Electronic and Photonic Materials Overview of Electronic (and Photonic) Materials Valerie Browning, DARPA Electronic Materials Bill Mitchel, AFRL Photonic Materials Ken Hopkins, AFRL Computational Materials Science Dimitris Papaconstantopoulos, NRL Computational Study of Strongly Correlated Materials Steve Hellberg, NRL Functional Organic and Hybrid Materials Novel Organic and Organometallic Materials Len Buckley, NRL Functional Polymer Research Matt Bratcher, ARL Functional Organic Thin Films for Next-Generation Devices Alberto Pique, NRL Polymeric Materials Doug Dudis, WPAFB Bioderived and Bioinspired Materials Biomimetics and Biosensor Research Within the Air Force Research Laboratory and Other DoD Agencies Morley Stone, WPAFB Biomaterials Prospects for the Navy and Marine Corps Harold Bright, ONR Materials and Devices: Biology Blurs the Distinction at the Nanoscale Jeff Byers, NRL Biologically Derived Structural and Functional Materials: Insight from Nature for Design Principles and Manufacturing Possibilities; and Nanobiotechnology for Chemical and Biological Defense Robert Campbell, ARL
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JUNE 26-27, 2001 J. ERIK JONSSON CENTER WOODS HOLE, MASSACHUSETTS June 26, 2001 Structural and Multifunctional Materials Composite Materials in Systems Frank Thompson, General Dynamics Land Systems Metal Matrix Composites Daniel Miracle, AFRL Thermal Barrier Coatings James A. Ruud, GE CR&D Nondestructive Evaluations (NDE/NDI) Michael Rooney, APL Casting Geometrically Engineered Material Systems Jon Priluck, JamCorp Energy and Power Materials Batteries and the Battery Industry by the Year 2025: An Industry Perspective on Outlook and Opportunities for DoD Bob Staniewicz, SAFT America Fuel Cells Sossina Haile, California Institute of Technology Functional Organic and Hybrid Materials Organic Magnetics Arthur Epstein, Ohio State University Photonic Devices Richard Ridgway, Battelle Metal-Organic Catalysts Bryan Coughlin, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Bioderived and Bioinspired Materials Review of the BAST Study on Opportunities in Biotechnology for Future Army Applications Mauro Ferrari, Ohio State University Foreign Developments in Biotechnology Anna Pawul, Department of Defense Applications of Structural Biopolymers in Defense and Industrial Systems David Kaplan, Tufts University Medical/Surgical Biomaterials and Devices Steven Arnold, Johnson and Johnson
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Human Performance Enhancements Erik Viirre, University of California, San Diego June 27, 2001 Structural and Multifunctional Materials Health Monitoring Richard Claus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Polymeric Materials Richard Farris, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Multiscale Materials Priya Vashishta, Louisiana State University Computational Materials Science Michael Baskes, LANL Energy and Power Materials Nanomaterials Science for Batteries and Other Power Sources Rich Carlin, ONR Energy and Power Sources for Future Army (and DoD) Applications Bob Hamlen, Army CECOM Fuel Cells Al Tucker, ONR Electronic and Photonic Materials Sensors Mike Wazenski, Northrop Grumman Ferroelectric/Piezoelectric Materials University Amar Bhalla, Pennsylvania State Microsystems Don Cook, Sandia National Laboratories Nanoelectronics Charles Lieber, Harvard University Communications/Wireless Systems David Eaglesham, Lucent Technologies Functional Organic and Hybrid Materials Organic Superconduction Ananth Dodabalapur, Lucent Technologies Actuators Ray Baughman, Honeywell
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OCTOBER 10-12, 2001 ARNOLD AND MABEL BECKMAN CENTER IRVINE, CALIFORNIA October 10, 2001 Structural and Multifunctional Materials Nanostructured Materials Julia Weertman, Northwestern University Structural Amorphous Metals and Composites William Johnson, California Institute of Technology Ceramic Matrix Composites Frank Zok, University of California, Santa Barbara Manufacturing Ceramic Composites Andy Szweda, COI Ceramics, Inc. Structures/Joining Bryan Dods, Boeing Energy and Power Materials Fuel Cells Mark Williams, NETL Micro Chemical and Thermal Systems (MicroCATS) Robert Wegeng, PNNL Capacitors Chenniah Nanjudiah, Maxwell Laboratories Fuels Processing Rajeev Gautam, UOP Future of Superconductors Paul Grant, EPRI Nanoenergetics Rob Dye and H.E. Rogers, Technanogy Electronic and Photonic Materials Photonics/Laser Materials David Hagan, University of Central Florida Infrared/Radar Materials/Technologies Brian Pierce, Raytheon Thermoelectric Materials Tim Hogan, Michigan State University High-Temperature, High-Power Electronic Materials Umesh Misra, University of California, Santa Barbara Functional Organic and Hybrid Materials Optically Active Polymers Luping Yu, University of Chicago
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Organic Display Materials Norman Bardsley, United States Display Consortium Membranes William Koros, University of Texas-Austin Bioderived and Bioinspired Materials Bioderived and Bioinspired Materials—Overview Ilhan Aksay, Princeton University Bioderived and Bioinspired Functional Materials Mark Reed, Yale University Engineering Cell/Material Interfaces Carolyn Bertozzi, University of California, Berkeley Memory Implants for Human Performance Theodore Berger, University of Southern California Computational Theory and Modeling Alan Windle, University of Cambridge October 11, 2001 Structural and Multifunctional Materials Polymer/Nanotube Composites Larry Drzal, Michigan State University Energy and Power Materials Power Systems (Marine Fuel Cells) John Sofia, NAVSSES Microelectromechanical Systems William Tang, DARPA Computational Materials Science as It Relates to Energy/Power Brian Wirth, LLNL Electronic and Photonic Materials Magnetic Materials Ivan Schuller, University of California, San Diego October 12, 2001 Electronic and Photonic Materials Packaging Materials Charles Bauer, TechLead Corp
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Functional Organic and Hybrid Materials Photovoltaics Yang Yang, University of California, Los Angeles JANUARY 29, 2002 NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL WASHINGTON, D.C. January 29, 2002 Panel on Bioderived and Bioinspired Materials Michael Jaffe Panel on Functional Organic and Hybrid Materials Frank Karasz Panel on Electronic and Photonic Materials Julia Phillips Panel on Energy and Power Materials James Baskerville Panel on Structural and Multifunctional Materials Harry Lipsitt DoD Vision and System Needs—Update Andrew Marshall, OSD
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