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Appendix C

Presentations and Committee Activities

    1. Committee Meeting, December 7–8, 2000, USCAR Headquarters, Southfield, Michigan.

Introductions

Craig Marks, Committee Chair

Larry Burns, Vice President, General Motors Research, Development & Planning

Discussion of Peer Review 6—Comments and Recommendations

PNGV Executive Committee

Systems Analysis Team

Mutasim Salman, General Motors

David Wernetts, Ford

Richard Swiatek, DaimlerChrysler

Manufacturing/Materials/Safety Working Group/Vehicle Engineering Tech Teams

Bill Charron, Ford

Manish Mehta, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences

Jim Quinn, General Motors

David Wagner, Ford

Bill Shepard, General Motors



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Page 111 Appendix C Presentations and Committee Activities 1. Committee Meeting, December 7–8, 2000, USCAR Headquarters, Southfield, Michigan. Introductions Craig Marks, Committee Chair Larry Burns, Vice President, General Motors Research, Development & Planning Discussion of Peer Review 6—Comments and Recommendations PNGV Executive Committee Systems Analysis Team Mutasim Salman, General Motors David Wernetts, Ford Richard Swiatek, DaimlerChrysler Manufacturing/Materials/Safety Working Group/Vehicle Engineering Tech Teams Bill Charron, Ford Manish Mehta, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Jim Quinn, General Motors David Wagner, Ford Bill Shepard, General Motors

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Page 112 4SDI Tech Team/HCCI/Emission Control/Fuels Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy Tom Asmus, DaimlerChrysler Bob Carling, Sandia National Laboratories Richard Belaire, Ford Loren Beard, DaimlerChrysler Fuel Cell Technical Team JoAnn Milliken, U.S. Department of Energy Romesh Kumar, Argonne National Laboratory Electrical/Electronics Technical Team Balarama Murty, General Motors Alex Gibson, Ford Christopher Willner, DaimlerChrysler Battery Technical Team Tom Tartamella, DaimlerChrysler Summary of Highlights and Major Issues Al Murray, PNGV Technical Manager, Ford Jerry Rogers, PNGV Technical Manager, General Motors Owen Viergutz, PNGV Technical Manager, DaimlerChrysler 2. Committee Meeting, February 22–24, 2001, USCAR Headquarters, Southfield, Michigan. Opening Remarks Craig Marks, Committee Chair Update on California Fuel Cell Partnership John Wallace, Th!nk Group and Ford Motor Company Goal 1 Successes—Progress and Anticipated Efforts Bill Charron, Ford Government NIST and ATP Successes Richard Ricker, National Institute of Standards and Technology Goal 2 Report Overview Bob Culver, USCAR Executive Director

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Page 113 Ford Proprietary Information-Gathering Session Mike Schwarz, PNGV Director Rich Belair, Bill Charron, Christine Lambert, Andy Sherman, Mike Tamor, David Wagner, Tom Watson DOE PNGV R&D Plan for 2004 Steve Chalk, Office of Advanced Automotive Technologies, U.S. Department of Energy PNGV Assessment of Japanese Hybrid Production Vehicles Dan Santini and Mike Duoba, Argonne National Laboratory Technical Cost Targets for Individual Components, Total Vehicle Systems, and Update on PNGV Vehicle Cost Model Development Process Jerry Rogers, General Motors Process for Monitoring Unsolicited Ideas Bob Culver, USCAR Executive Director Ed Wall, PNGV Coordinator, U.S. Department of Energy DaimlerChrysler Proprietary Information-Gathering Session Steve Zimmer, PNGV Director Owen Viergutz, PNGV Technical Manager Developments in High-Speed Direct Injection Engines for Light-Duty Applications in Europe Dean Tomazic, FEV Engine Technology, Inc. General Motors Proprietary Information-Gathering Session Ron York, PNGV Director Jerry Rogers, PNGV Technical Manager David Grossman, Marty Freeman 3. Committee Meeting, April 19–20, 2001, USCAR Headquarters, Southfield, Michigan. Review of the 2002 Budget for PNGV-Related Activities Cary Gravatt, U.S. Department of Commerce Washington Perspective on PNGV Mark Kemer, General Motors