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Appendix B Presentations to the Committee MEETING 1, AUGUST 28-29, 2006 WASHINGTON, D.C. A Sponsor’s Perspective Stephen Thompson Defense Intelligence Agency Intelligence Community Perspective Jeff Hamilton Army Research Laboratory Presentation George Simonis Army Research Laboratory Nanophotonics in Defense Policy Ravi Athale Center for Innovative Computing MITRE Corporation Controlling the Quantum World Philip Bucksbaum Michael Moloney National Research Council 190

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APPENDIX B 191 MEETING 2, OCTOBER 16-17, 2006 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Status of Current Research Steve Brueck Center for High Technology Materials University of New Mexico Peter Palffy-Muhoray Liquid Crystal Institute Kent State University Nancy (Naomi) Halas Rice University Functional Nanocrystal Quantum-Dot Assemblies: Putting Dots to Work Victor Klimov Los Alamos National Laboratory Active Terahertz Metamaterials Richard Averitt Los Alamos National Laboratory California Institute of Technology Presentation Harry Atwater California Institute of Technology Sandia National Laboratories Presentation Michael Wanke Sandia National Laboratories MEETING 3, JANUARY 23-24, 2007 WASHINGTON, D.C. Plasmonics—A New Wave of Opportunities Mark Brongersma Stanford University Negative-Index Metamaterials and Cloaking in Optics Vladimir Shalaev Purdue University Photonic Crystals and Negative Index Materials Costas Soukoulis Iowa State University and Ames Laboratory

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192 Nanophotonics Air Force Office of Scientific Research Presentation Gernot Pomrenke Air Force Office of Scientific Research Biosensors Based on Fluorescence Detection Technology Alan Waggoner Molecular Biosensor and Imaging Center Carnegie Mellon University Naval Research Laboratory Presentation Craig Hoffmann Optical Sciences Division Naval Research Laboratory