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1 Appendix A Workshop Participants and Agenda PARTICIPANTS Topic I: Overview of Power Technologies Presenters: George Blomgren, Blomgren Consulting, Lakewood, Ohio John Miller, consultant, JME Inc. Daniel Steingart, University of California, Berkeley Topic 2: Nanoscale Properties of Energy Storage Materials Presenters: Dane Morgan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge Dan Scherson, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio Ann Marie Sastry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Topic 3: Device Experience Presenters: Esther Takeuchi, Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, Inc., Clarence, New York Nancy Delaney, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Knoxville, Tennessee Robert Nowack, Consultant, Silver Spring, Maryland Topic 4: Manufacturing and Material Handling Consideration Presenters: Terry Lowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory Kevin Hernker, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland Topic 5: Natural Power Presenters: George Whitesides, Harvard University Michael Helter, University of California, San Diego 1 Topic 6: Review of the National Science Foundation Report Approaches to Combat Terrorism: Opportunities for Basic Research in Energy/Power Sources 1 23 .

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1 24 Summary of the Power Systems Workshop AGENDA l Thursday, October 9, 2003 7:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:00 Call to order and review of meeting Robert Hermann, Chair objectives , 8:05 Composition and balance discussion Dennis Chamot, DEPS 8:45 Break 8:55 Overview of NETI program Martin Carr ITIC videotape 9:40 10:10 10:40 Survey of power systems/programs for the Enoch Wang intelligence community Discussion Break Topic I: Overview of Power Technologies 10:50 Discussion items: 12:20 p.m. Lunch Battery systems Supercapacitors Energy harvesting Topic 2: Nanoscale Properties of Energy Storage Materials 1:00 Discussion Items: Ab initio considerations Laboratory observations and modeling Surface science perspective Chemistry perspective Mechanical and physical property Perspective Outside participants: George Blomgren, John Miller, and Daniel Steingart Outside participants: Dane Morgan, Dan Scherson, Ann Marie Sastry

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Appendix A 2:50 Break Topic 3: Dence Experience 3:00 Discussion Items: l Implantable and biomedical power sources Micro power sources for MEMS and NEMS devices Soldier power energy systems 4:40 Chairman's time 5:00 Adjourn 7:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast Friday, October 10, 2003 Topic 4: Manufacturing and Material Handling Considerations Discussion items: 8:00 Considerations for the handling, compounding of nanosize materials Resilence of micro/nano mateials for energy storage and power sources Topic S: Natural Power Discussion items: 9:10 Bio-based nano systems The nature of power Topic 6: Review of the National Science Foundation Report ~ 0:00 Recent NSF nanotechnology study \ 10:20 Break 0:30 Chairman's time 10:50 Break 1 11:00 Sponsor discussion of positioning and 25 1 Outside participants: Esther Takeuchi, Nancy Dudney, Robert Nowak Robert Hermann Outside participants: Terry Lowe, Kevin Hemker Outside participants: George Whitesides, Michael Helter Robert Hermann Martin Carr/Ierry Walsh 1

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1 26 Summary of the Power Systems Workshop locating 12:00 p.m. Lunch 1:00 Committee discussions 3:00 Break 3:15 Continue committee discussions 4:30 Chairman's time 5:00 Adjourn l Robert Hermann, Chair 1