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Appendix B l 1 March 27 1 7:00 Registration Begins 8:00 Welcome and Remarks Workshop Agenda l MARCH 27-28, 2002 WASHINGTON, D.C. Keynote Addresses Sylvia Johnson Chair, Workshop Planning Committee Session Chair Robert PfahI, National Electronics Manufacturing Initiative 8:10 Wm. A. Wulf S:30 Cherry Murray National Academy of Engineering Bell Labs, L~ucent Technologies Setting the Scene: Impact of Materials Session ChairHenry Rack, Clemson Universiry 8:50 How Materials Contribute to Society 9:20 Drivers in Materials Research 9:50 Pane! Q&A lo lo Break Venkatesh Narayanamurti Harvard University Mil(lrecl Dresselhaus Massachusetts Institute of Technology Materials in National Security Session Chair Julia Phillips, San(lia National Laboratories 33

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MATERIALS AND SOCIETY 10:40 Materials Issues in Microsystems for National Security :00 Advanced Sensors for Counterterrorism :20 Transportation Infrastructure and Security :40 Panel Q&A 12:00 Lunch Materials in Commercial Vehicles Session Chair- Harry Cook, University of Illinois I :15 Energy/Fuel Efficiency in Commercial Vehicles 1:35 Materials in Commercial Autos ant! Trucks 1:55 Panel Q&A 2: ~ 5 Conventional Power Generation Technology 2:35 Alternative Energy Technologies 2:55 Portable Power 3: ~ 5 Panel Q&A 3:35 Break Duane Dimos Sandia National Laboratories Fran Ligler Naval Research Laboratory Lyle Malotky Transportation Security Administration 1 1 ,, Materials in Commercial Vehicles Gary Rogers Alan Taub Session Chair Jay Lee, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee John Stringer Electric Power Research Institute William P. Parks, Jr. Department of Energy Daniel Doughty Sandia National Laboratories Pane} Discussion on Workforce and Education Session Chair- Ashok Saxena, Georgia Institute of Technology 3:55 Large Industry Perspective 34 l R. Stanley Williams Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

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APPENDIXES 4:10 Small Business Perspective 4:25 Educating a New Workforce 1 4:40 Training Our Current~Workforce 4:55 Pane! Q&A 1 5:30 Reception March 28 7:00 Continental breakfast 1 1 Congressional Staff Pane! Discussion 1 Session ChairSylvia Johnson, NASA Ames Research Center s:00 9:00 Nanomaterials 9:20 Biomaterials 9:40 Optical Materials 10:00 Break Andrew Hunt Microcoating Technologies Gregory Farrington Lehigh University John Moran Consultant Panel: Jon Epstein, Office of Senator Bingaman Carolyn Hanna, Senate Armed Services Committee Diane Auer Jones, U.S. House Subcommittee on Research Materials in Future Industries Session Chair Lee Magic, University of Tennessee at Knoxville Julia Weertman Northwestern University David Tirrell California Institute of Technology Rocl Alferness LJucent Technologies 35

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MA TERIALS AND SOCIETY 10:20 Computational Materials Science 10:40 Pane! Q&A Federal Agency Pane} Discussion Session Chair Frank DiSalvo, Cornell University :00 Panel: Patricia Dehmer, Department of Energy Robert Eisenstein, National Science Foundation Charlie Harris, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis SIoter, Department of Defense Leslie Smith, National Institute of Standards and Technology John Watson, National Institutes of Health 12:30 Adjourn 36 Sharon GIotzer University of Michigan 1 1 1