APPENDIX B
LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES, PANELS, COMMITTEES, AND CONTRIBUTORS

Liaison Representatives to COSMAT

Emanuel Haynes

National Science Foundation

Charles E.Falk and Arley T.Bever acted in this capacity during the first two years of the Survey. Harold W.Paxton also participated in the liaison activities. Jack T. Sanderson was the overall COSPUP program officer for NSF during the Survey. Bodo Bartocha and Israel Warshaw played an important role in the initiation of the Survey.

Franklin P.Huddle

Library of Congress

Richard A.Carpenter acted in this capacity during the first eighteen months of the Survey

Emanuel Horowitz

Interagency Council for Materials

George C.Deutsch and Earl T.Hayes acted in this capacity during the first two years of the Survey.

C.Martin Stickley

Advanced Research Projects Agency

Maurice J.Sinnott acted in this capacity during the first two years of the Survey. Robert A.Huggins played an important role in the initiation of the Survey.

Panel I—Materials and Society

Melvin Kranzberg (Chairman)

Georgia Institute of Technology

Cyril S.Smith (Co-Chairman)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Harold J.Barnett

Washington University

Walter R.Hibbard, Jr.

Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation

Richard W.Roberts

National Bureau of Standards



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Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering APPENDIX B LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES, PANELS, COMMITTEES, AND CONTRIBUTORS Liaison Representatives to COSMAT Emanuel Haynes National Science Foundation Charles E.Falk and Arley T.Bever acted in this capacity during the first two years of the Survey. Harold W.Paxton also participated in the liaison activities. Jack T. Sanderson was the overall COSPUP program officer for NSF during the Survey. Bodo Bartocha and Israel Warshaw played an important role in the initiation of the Survey. Franklin P.Huddle Library of Congress Richard A.Carpenter acted in this capacity during the first eighteen months of the Survey Emanuel Horowitz Interagency Council for Materials George C.Deutsch and Earl T.Hayes acted in this capacity during the first two years of the Survey. C.Martin Stickley Advanced Research Projects Agency Maurice J.Sinnott acted in this capacity during the first two years of the Survey. Robert A.Huggins played an important role in the initiation of the Survey. Panel I—Materials and Society Melvin Kranzberg (Chairman) Georgia Institute of Technology Cyril S.Smith (Co-Chairman) Massachusetts Institute of Technology Harold J.Barnett Washington University Walter R.Hibbard, Jr. Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Richard W.Roberts National Bureau of Standards

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Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering Panel II—The Nature of Materials Science and Engineering Richard Claassen (Chairman) Sandia Laboratories Joseph D.Andrade University of Utah Albert G.H.Dietz Massachusetts Institute of Technology Harold E.Goeller Oak Ridge National Laboratory Julius J.Harwood Ford Motor Company Robert A.Huggins Stanford University Morton E.Jones Texas Instruments, Inc. Hans H.Landsberg Resources for the Future, Inc. Alan M.Lovelace United States Air Force Morris Tanenbaum Western Electric Company, Inc. Consultant John P.Howe Gulf General Atomics, Inc. Liaison from Data and Information Panel Lawrence H.Van Vlack The University of Michigan Panel III—Institutional Framework of Materials Science and Engineering Walter R.Hibbard, Jr. (Chairman) Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Donald J.Blickwede Bethlehem Steel Corporation Paul Chenea General Motors Corporation Roger S.Porter University of Massachusetts Rustum Roy Pennsylvania State University Paul Shewmon Argonne National Laboratory Liaison from Data and Information Panel G.Frederick Boiling Ford Motor Company Committee III-A Industry Paul F.Chenea (Chairman) General Motors Corporation Raymond F.Boyer Dow Chemical Company Joseph E.Burke General Electric Company Jacob E.Goldman The Xerox Corporation Fred D.Rosi Private Consultant Abe Silverstein Republic Steel Corporation Gordon K.Teal Texas Instruments, Inc. Consultant Keith D.Gardels General Motors Corporation Committee III-B Government Paul Shewmon (Chairman) Argonne National Laboratory Thomas A.Henrie Department of the Interior Robb M.Thomson National Bureau of Standards

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Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering Committee III-C Education Rustum Roy (Chairman) Pennsylvania State University Fred W.Billmeyer Renssalear Polytechnic Institute Angel G.Jordan Carnegie-Mellon University Robert Maddin University of Pennsylvania Walter S.Owen Northwestern University J.Robert Schrieffer University of Pennsylvania Committee III-D Professional Activities and Manpower Donald J.Blickwede (Chairman) Bethlehem Steel Corporation John D.Alden Engineering Manpower Commission Milton Harris Private Consultant Roger S.Porter University of Massachusetts A.R.Putnam American Society for Metals Karl Schwartzwalder A.C.Spark Plug Division Panel IV—World Activities in Materials Science and Engineering W.O.Baker (Chairman) Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. N.Bruce Hannay Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. Franklin P.Huddle Library of Congress Herman F.Mark Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn Earl R.Parker University of California, Berkeley David Swan Kennecott Copper Corporation Kyle Wing International Telephone and Telegraph, Inc. Consultant Nathan E.Promisel National Materials Advisory Board (NAS-NAE-NRC) Liaison from Data and Information Panel Robert I.Jaffee Battelle Memorial Institute Panel V—Lessons and Opportunities Within Materials Science and Engineering Daniel C.Drucker University of Illinois N.Bruce Hannay Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. Panel VI—National Objectives and the Contribution of Materials Science and Engineering Hans H.Landsberg Resources for the Future, Inc. Roland W.Schmitt General Electric Company Liaison from Data and Information Panel Kenneth A.Jackson Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.

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Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering Data and Information Panel (DIP) Robert I.Jaffee (Chairman) Battelle Memorial Institute G.Frederick Bolling Ford Motor Company John C.Fisher General Electric Company Kenneth A.Jackson Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. Robert W.Keyes IBM, Inc. Humboldt W.Leverenz RCA Corporation Lawrence H.Van Vlack The University of Michigan Consultants James D.Livingston General Electric Company William M.Perry Bethlehem Steel Corporation Anthony R.Pierce Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. Myron Wish Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. Liaison Representatives James H.Brown National Science Foundation George C.Deutsch National Aeronautics and Space Administration Franklin P.Huddle Library of Congress Leonard L.Lederman National Science Foundation Paul Zinner Department of the Interior Programmers Mary Campagnucci Anne B.Kane Secretaries Diane M.Laverty Catharine E.Little Judith M.Marshall Marguerite A.Meyer Jasmine C.Smith Individual Contributors Numerous other persons from both the United States and abroad also contributed to the COSMAT study by providing information, preparing position papers, undertaking data analysis, reviewing reports, and responding to various questionnaires. Their cooperation has proved invaluable. The scope of these contributions will be given in the main Survey Report.

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Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering U.S. Technical Societies Addressed for Information American Ceramic Society American Chemical Society American Concrete Institute American Foundrymen’s Society American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics American Institute of Chemical Engineers American Iron and Steel Institute American Nuclear Society American Physical Society American Society of Civil Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Society for Metals American Society for Nondestructive Testing American Society for Quality Control American Society for Testing and Materials American Welding Society Association of Iron and Steel Engineers Electrochemical Society Electron Microscopy Society of America Federation of Societies for Paint Technology Forest Products Research Society Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Instrument Society of America National Association of Corrosion Engineers National Association of Power Engineers Optical Society of America Society of Aerospace Material and Process Engineers Society of Automotive Engineers Society for Experimental Stress Analysis Society of Manufacturing Engineers Society of Plastics Engineers

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