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Appendix B Meeting Presentations and Site Visits Meeting One July 31- August 1, 2001 National Research Counc Introduction and Overview George Ullrich, DoD Starnes Walker, DTRA Energetics Survey Milt Finger, LLNL Navy Programs Judah Goldwasser, ONR Army Programs Joseph La n non , R DC/Picati n ny Air Force Programs Michael Berman, AFOSR Bill Wilson, AFRL/Eglin Intelligence Perspective Fred Ambrose/DIA DARPA Programs Don Wood bu ry, DAR PA Art Morrish, DARPA DTRA Programs Kibong Kim, DTRA LLNL Programs Randall Simpsons, LLNL LANL Programs Wayne Danen, LANL Sandia Programs Mel Baer, SNL Meeting Two October 25-26, 2001 National Research Council Reactive Materials Wa Ite r H oye, NSWC Da h Igre n Status of OSD AEI Ruth Doherty, OS&T/I H Lessons Learned from the AND Saga Bob Wardle, Thiokol CL-20 Status Report Lou Cannizzo, Thiokol Nuclear Isomers and X-Ray Driven Gamma E. . mlsslon Jeff Carroll, Youngstown Controlled Energy Release in Explosions Allen Kuhl, LLNL Energetic Materials Technology Chris Beiter, NGIC IHPRPT Program Review Gil Graff, ONR Manufacturing Perspective: Nanoenergetic Powders Kevin Walter, Technanogy Review DoD Requirements Pull vs. Technology Push Al Sciarretta 45

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46 Meeting Three December 13-15, 2001 Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center AEWG Update Ruth Doherty, OSD Overview of DURINT Program Michael Zachariah, University of Minnesota UK Perspective Adam Cumming, UK-DSTL Novel Energetic Materials in the Former Soviet Union Kibong Kim and Mike Seizew, DTRA Army Gun Propellant Requirements Nora Eldredge, Picatinny Arsenal Paul Braithwaite, Thiokol Nanostructured Energetics Randy Simpson, LLNL The Metallization of Energetic Systems Robert Geisler, Geisler Enterprises Nuclear Isomers Fred Ambrose, ITIC Survey and Prospects of High-Nitrogen Compounds Harold Shechter, OSU High Energy Density All-/High-Nitrogen Compounds Karl Christe, USC Advanced Heterocyclic Nitrogen Compounds Jeff Bottaro, SRI Overview of Thermobaric Explosives Mel Baer, Sandia National Laboratories Thermobaric Systems John Walton, CIA Positronic Energy Conversion Ken Edwards, Eglin AFB ADVANCED ENERGETIC MATERIALS Meeting Four April 18-19, 2002 National Research Council Speculation on High Nitrogen Molecules Rodney Bartlett, University of Florida Experimental and Computational Study of Molecular and Lattice Symmetries of Energetic Materials at High Pressure Su Peiris, NSWC-IH Synthesis of Insensitive Energetics Bill Koppes, NSWC-IH High Velocity Combustion in the Solid Phase Vladimir Hlavacek, SUNY Buffalo The Effect of Ultrafine Aluminum Powder on the Pefformance of Explosives Patrick Brousseau, DRE Valcartier, Canada New Ingredients: An Industrial Perspective Tom Highsmith, Thiokol Sol-Gel Processing to Produce Energetic Nanocomposites Joe Satcher, LLNL Detonations in Heterogeneous Explosives David Frost, McGill University The Chemistry of Thermal Explosion and Detonation in HMX and TATB Bryan Henson, LANL The Use of FOX-7 as a Propellant Additive Chuck Wight, University of Utah Synthesis of New Energetic Materials Mike Hiskey, LANL Overview of MIC Working Group Steve Son, LANL UK Approach to Novel Explosives Andy Kesby UK DERA Update on AE IPT Ruth Doherty, DoD

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APPENDIXES Meeting Five June 5-7, 2002 J. Erik Johnson Center Nuclear Isomers as Potential Energy Sources Dave Sparrow, IDA OSD Advanced Energetics Initiative Ruth Doherty, OSD Site Visits December 15, 2001 Technanogy, Irvine, Calif. May 5, 2002 Naval Surface Warfare Center-lndian Head, Md. May 7, 2002 Army Research Laboratory-Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. May 8, 2002 Naval Surface Warfare Center-Dahlgren, Va. May 9, 2002 Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, Va. May 14, 2002 Holston Army Am m u n ition Pla nt, Ten n. May 15, 2002 Argonide Nanomaterials Technologies Sanford, Fla. May 16, 2002 Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. May 21, 2002 Aerojet Rancho Cord ova, Calif. May 22, 2002 Thiokol Brigham City, Utah 47

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