APPENDIX A

CONTRIBUTORS AND WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS

CONTRIBUTORS*

Harald Ade North Carolina State University

James Allen University of California at Santa Barbara

Lloyd Armstrong University of Southern California

Robert H. Austin Princeton University

Michael W. Berns University of California at Irvine

Robert Birgeneau Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Robert L. Byer Stanford University

Yves Chabal AT&T Bell Laboratories

Haydn Chen University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Bernd Crasemann University of Oregon

David H. Dowell Boeing Physical Sciences Research Center

Michael Fayer Stanford University

Heinz Frei Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

Joel M. Friedman Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Steven George University of Colorado at Boulder

Phillipe Guyot-Sionnest University of Chicago

John Hepburn University of Waterloo

Chris Jacobsen State University of New York at Stony Brook

G. Allan Johnson Duke University Medical Center

Michael Kelley E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Inc.

Steve Kevan University of Oregon at Eugene

Kwang-Je Kim Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

Janos Kirz State University of New York at Stony Brook

Ronald R. Krueger St. Louis University Health Sciences Center

John Lindl Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

James Long Naval Research Laboratory

Richard A. MacPail Duke University

G. Margaritondo EPF Lausanne

Gerd Materlik HASYLAB/DESY

Denis McWhan Brookhaven National Laboratory

Blaine S. Nashold, Jr. Duke University Medical Center

James E. Nottke E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Inc.

Jean M. Ortega Laboratoire pour l'Utilisation du Rayonnement Electromagnetique (LURE)



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FREE ELECTRON LASERS AND OTHER ADVANCED SOURCES OF LIGHT: Scientific Research Opportunities APPENDIX A CONTRIBUTORS AND WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS CONTRIBUTORS* Harald Ade North Carolina State University James Allen University of California at Santa Barbara Lloyd Armstrong University of Southern California Robert H. Austin Princeton University Michael W. Berns University of California at Irvine Robert Birgeneau Massachusetts Institute of Technology Robert L. Byer Stanford University Yves Chabal AT&T Bell Laboratories Haydn Chen University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Bernd Crasemann University of Oregon David H. Dowell Boeing Physical Sciences Research Center Michael Fayer Stanford University Heinz Frei Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Joel M. Friedman Albert Einstein College of Medicine Steven George University of Colorado at Boulder Phillipe Guyot-Sionnest University of Chicago John Hepburn University of Waterloo Chris Jacobsen State University of New York at Stony Brook G. Allan Johnson Duke University Medical Center Michael Kelley E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Inc. Steve Kevan University of Oregon at Eugene Kwang-Je Kim Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Janos Kirz State University of New York at Stony Brook Ronald R. Krueger St. Louis University Health Sciences Center John Lindl Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory James Long Naval Research Laboratory Richard A. MacPail Duke University G. Margaritondo EPF Lausanne Gerd Materlik HASYLAB/DESY Denis McWhan Brookhaven National Laboratory Blaine S. Nashold, Jr. Duke University Medical Center James E. Nottke E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Inc. Jean M. Ortega Laboratoire pour l'Utilisation du Rayonnement Electromagnetique (LURE)

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FREE ELECTRON LASERS AND OTHER ADVANCED SOURCES OF LIGHT: Scientific Research Opportunities Herschel Rabitz Princeton University Ian K. Robinson University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Richard Saykally University of California at Berkeley Earl Shaw Rutgers University Richard L. Sheffield Los Alamos National Laboratory Y. Ron Shen University of California at Berkeley Gabor A. Somorjai University of California at Berkeley James Spencer Stanford University Thomas G. Spiro Princeton University Brian Stephenson IBM T.J. Watson Research Center Karl D. Straub Duke University FEL Laboratory John C. Sutherland Brookhaven National Laboratory Henry Weller Duke University FEL Laboratory Herman Winick Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Arjun Yodh University of Pennsylvania Peter Y. Yu University of California at Berkeley * Letter correspondents and telephone discussants. PARTICIPANTS** John Adamski Boeing Defense & Space Robert H. Austin Princeton University William Barletta Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Robert Birgeneau Massachusetts Institute of Technology Charles Brau Vanderbilt University Philip Bucksbaum University of Michigan E. Michael Campbell Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Yanglai Cho Argonne National Laboratory Fred Dylla Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility Mostafa El-Sayed University of California at Los Angeles Roger Falcone University of California at Berkeley Michael Fayer Stanford University Phillipe Guyot-Sionnest University of Chicago Elisabeth Gwinn University of California at Santa Barbara Wayne Hendrickson Columbia University Erik Johnson Brookhaven National Laboratory Thomas Katsouleas University of Southern California Michael J. Kelley E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc. Kwang-Je Kim Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Brian Kincaid Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

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FREE ELECTRON LASERS AND OTHER ADVANCED SOURCES OF LIGHT: Scientific Research Opportunities Miles Klein University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Samuel Krinsky Brookhaven National Laboratory Vladimir Litvinenko Duke University John Madey Duke University Robert S. Marianelli U.S. Department of Energy Michael T. Marron Office of Naval Research Dennis Matthews Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Denis McWhan Brookhaven National Laboratory George Neil Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility Brian Newnam Los Alamos National Laboratory William Oosterhuis U.S. Department of Energy Claudio Pellegrini University of California at Los Angeles Samuel Penner National Institute of Standards and Technology (retired) E. Ward Plummer University of Tennessee at Knoxville Tor Raubenheimer Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Charles Roberson Office of Naval Research Lewis Rothberg AT&T Bell Laboratories Richard Sheffield Los Alamos National Laboratory Todd Smith Stanford University Phillip Sprangle Naval Research Laboratory Chung Tang Cornell University Brian Tonner University of Wisconsin at Madison Wim Van Amersfoort FOM Instituut voor Plasmafysica “Rijnhuizen” Warren S. Warren Princeton University Herman Winick Stanford Linear Accelerator Center ** Participants in workshop and briefing sessions.