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Appendix B Meeting Agendas FIRST MEETING RECK CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WASHINGTON, D.C. Thursday, September 4, 2003 Closed Session 8:30 am 8:45 am 9:00 am Welcome Introcluction to the National Academies ant! the stucly process Maureen Mellody, Program Officer Goals and opening thoughts Peter Moore, Chair 10:30 am Composition and balance discussion Don Shapero, Director ~ ~ :30 am Discussion of the task ant! scope of the study Open Session :00 pm Perspectives from the Division of Materials Research at NSF ~ :30 pm 2:00 pm 2:30 pm 3:00 pm 3:15 pm 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Open Session 8:30 am 9:00 am Hugh van Horn, Program Director, National Science Foundation Perspectives from the Office of Basic Energy Sciences at DOE William Oosterhuis, Program Manager, Department of Energy Perspectives from the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences at DOE Joseph Minervini, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Perspectives from the National Institute of Standards and Technology J. Michael Rowe, Director, NIST Center for Neutron Research Break Outcomes ofthe 1988 Large Magnetic Fields report for NSF Frederick Seitz, Rockefeller University Perspectives from the commercial sector Michael Cuthbert, Oxforc! Instruments Adjourn for the clay Friday, September 5, 2003 Biology and nuclear magnetic resonance Rob Tycko, National Institutes of Health Semiconductors and heterostructures Mansour Shayegan, Princeton University 4

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9:30 am Technology and instrumentation Greg Boebinger, NHMFL 10:30 am Break :00 am High temperature superconductors David Larbalestier, University of Wisconsin at Madison :30 am Magnetic materials Meigan Aronson, University of Michigan 2:00 pm International perspectives Gabriel Aeppli, University College London t2:30 pm Lunch Closed Session ~ :30 pm Committee discussions 3:00 pm Adjourn SECOND MEETING NATIONAL HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD LABORATORY TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Monday, December 8, 2003 Open Session 8:30 am Welcome ant! goals for the meeting Peter Moore, Cahir 9:00 am NHMFL facilities and plans Greg Boebinger, NHMFL 10:00 am Ton cyclotron resonance Alan Marshall, Florida State University 10:30 am Break :00 am Magnets anal high energy physics Steve GourIay, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 12:00 pm Lunch :00 pm Magnetic resonance imaging - Tom Mareci, University of Florida 3:00 pm Break Closed Session 2:00 pm Commercial magnet technology Razvan Teodorescu, Bruker Biospin Corporation 3:30 pm Committee discussions 5:30 pm Adjourn for the clay s

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Tuesday, December 9, 2003 Open Session 8:30 am 10:30 am :00 am 12:00 pm Closed Session Tour of the NHMFL facilities Break Low-climensional electron systems Horst Stormer, Columbia University Lunch ~ :00 pm Committee discussions 5:00 pm Adjourn 6