tutions. He is a graduate of law of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico and did graduate work at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

UMBERTO COLOMBO is chairman of the Italian National Commission for Nuclear and Alternative Energy Sources. He has also served as director of the G.Donegani Research Center, director general for research and corporate strategies of Montedison Company, and chairman of the Italian Atomic Energy Commission. Dr. Colombo is chairman of the European Economic Community’s Committee on Science and Technology. Dr. Colombo received his doctorate in physical chemistry from Pavia University and studied under a postdoctorate Fulbright Fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

GERALD P.DINNEEN is vice president of science and technology for Honeywell Inc. In this capacity, he manages the corporate technical centers and assists corporate, group, and division management in areas of technology and engineering. After receiving his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin, Dr. Dinneen joined the Lincoln Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he held a series of positions including the directorship from 1970 to 1977. From 1971 to 1981, he was also professor of electrical engineering at MIT. In 1977, Dr. Dinneen was named Assistant Secretary of Defense for Communications, Command and Control, and Intelligence, a position he held until he joined Honeywell in 1981. Dr. Dinneen is a member of the board of directors of the Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC), the Corporation for Open Systems, and Honeywell-NEC Supercomputers.

PEHR GYLLENHAMMER is chairman and chief executive officer of AB Volvo. He began his career with the Ampion Insurance Company and later joined the Skandia Insurance Company where he became deputy managing director and managing director and chief executive. He joined Volvo in 1971 as managing director and chief executive officer, assuming his current position in 1983. In addition to his position with Volvo, Mr. Gyllenhammar is a member of numerous corporate boards, a member of the board of the Swedish Employers’ Confederation, the Federation of Swedish Industries, and a member of the International Advisory Committee of the Chase Manhattan Bank. Mr. Gyllenhammar received his bachelor of law degree from Lund University and pursued further study in Great Britain, the United States, and Switzerland.

WOLF HAFELE is director general of the Nuclear Research Center, Jülich/ FRG. He has held numerous positions in the field of nuclear energy physics



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