Ralph K.Cavin III, Semiconductor Research Corporation, Chair

Lori S.Nye, Consultant, Mountain View, California, Vice Chair

Thomas E.Anderson, Airtron, Division of Litton Systems, Inc.

Constance J.Chang-Hasnain, University of California at Berkeley

Jack H.Corley, Advanced Technology Institute

Jerome J.Cuomo, North Carolina State University

Russell D.Dupuis, University of Texas at Austin

Thomas J.Gramila, Ohio State University

Donald B.Keck, Corning, Inc.

David C.Larbalestier, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Tingye Li, AT&T Research (retired)

Tso-Ping Ma, Yale University

Solomon Max, LTX Corporation

Robert C.McDonald, Intel Corporation (retired)

Bruce Melson, GE Aircraft Engines

Terry P.Orlando, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ghery S.Pettit, Intel Corporation

Robert Rottmayer, Seagate Research

Douglas K.Rytting, Agilent Technologies, Inc.

Dennis E.Speliotis, ADE Technologies, Inc.

Peter W.Staecker, Consultant, Lexington, Massachusetts

Dale J.Van Harlingen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

John A.Wehrmeyer, Quality Consultants of New York

H.Lee Willis, ABB Power T&D Company

Donald L.Wollesen, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (retired)

Submitted for the panel by its Chair, Ralph K.Cavin III, and its Vice Chair, Lori S.Nye, this assessment of the fiscal year 2001 activities of the Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory is based on site visits by individual panel members, a formal meeting of the panel on February 15–16, 2001, in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and documents provided by the laboratory.1


National Institute of Standards and Technology, Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory, Summary of 2000 Project Status Reports (10/1/1999–9/30/2000), National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Md., January 29, 2001. See also Programs, Activities, and Accomplishments books for each division.

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