Appendix A
PRESENTATIONS AT COMMITTEE MEETINGS

First Committee Meeting, November 15–16, 2001, Washington, D.C.

The following presentations were given by guest speakers:

Sponsoring Agency Goals and Expectations for the Study

Albert Tucker, ONR

Perspectives of Marine and Naval Engineering Communities

Philip Kimball, SNAME; Dennis Kruse, ASNE

Summary of the TRB/Marine Board Naval Engineering Research and Education Workshop

Malcolm MacKinnon, Marine Board

Perspective of the Naval Sea Systems Command

Robert Keane, Naval Sea Systems Command

Second Committee Meeting, December 12–14, 2001, Washington, D.C.

The following presentations were given by guest speakers:

The Engineering Research Centers Program

Lynn Preston, National Science Foundation

The National Oceanographic Partnership Program

Penny Dalton and Cynthia Decker, Consortium on Oceanographic Research and Education

Cooperative Research Programs in the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry

Skip Ward, Offshore Technical Research Center, Texas A&M University

Ship Design USA—A Collaborative Enterprise for Innovation in Ship Development

Greg Hagedorn, Naval Sea Systems Command

Marine Professional Mentorships

David Helgerson, The Naval Systems Associates Joint Venture

The National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP)

Rick Self, NSRP

Naval Engineering Research and Education Cooperative

Rick Self, NSRP

Council for Cooperative Research in Naval Engineering

Dennis Kruse, ASNE, and Philip Kimball, SNAME

Marine Research Consortium for Advanced Ship Design

Michael Bernitsas, University of Michigan

A Distributed Marine Research Consortium for Naval Engineering

Chrys Chryssostomidis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Individual Investigator Research Model

J. Randolph Paulling, Committee Member



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Naval Engineering: Alternative Approaches for Organizing Cooperative Research Appendix A PRESENTATIONS AT COMMITTEE MEETINGS First Committee Meeting, November 15–16, 2001, Washington, D.C. The following presentations were given by guest speakers: Sponsoring Agency Goals and Expectations for the Study Albert Tucker, ONR Perspectives of Marine and Naval Engineering Communities Philip Kimball, SNAME; Dennis Kruse, ASNE Summary of the TRB/Marine Board Naval Engineering Research and Education Workshop Malcolm MacKinnon, Marine Board Perspective of the Naval Sea Systems Command Robert Keane, Naval Sea Systems Command Second Committee Meeting, December 12–14, 2001, Washington, D.C. The following presentations were given by guest speakers: The Engineering Research Centers Program Lynn Preston, National Science Foundation The National Oceanographic Partnership Program Penny Dalton and Cynthia Decker, Consortium on Oceanographic Research and Education Cooperative Research Programs in the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry Skip Ward, Offshore Technical Research Center, Texas A&M University Ship Design USA—A Collaborative Enterprise for Innovation in Ship Development Greg Hagedorn, Naval Sea Systems Command Marine Professional Mentorships David Helgerson, The Naval Systems Associates Joint Venture The National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP) Rick Self, NSRP Naval Engineering Research and Education Cooperative Rick Self, NSRP Council for Cooperative Research in Naval Engineering Dennis Kruse, ASNE, and Philip Kimball, SNAME Marine Research Consortium for Advanced Ship Design Michael Bernitsas, University of Michigan A Distributed Marine Research Consortium for Naval Engineering Chrys Chryssostomidis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The Individual Investigator Research Model J. Randolph Paulling, Committee Member