1:30

Perspectives from the Office of Basic Energy Sciences at DOE

—William Oosterhuis, Program Manager, Department of Energy

2:00

Perspectives from the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences at DOE

—Joseph Minervini, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2:30

Perspectives from the National Institute of Standards and Technology

—J. Michael Rowe, Director, NIST Center for Neutron Research

3:00

Break

3:15

Outcomes of the 1988 Large Magnetic Fields report for NSF

—Frederick Seitz, Rockefeller University

4:30

Perspectives from the commercial sector

—Michael Cuthbert, Oxford Instruments

5:30

Adjourn for the day

Friday, September 5, 2003

Open Session

8:30 am

Biology and nuclear magnetic resonance

—Rob Tycko, National Institutes of Health

9:00

Semiconductors and heterostructures

—Mansour Shayegan, Princeton University

9:30

Technology and instrumentation

—Greg Boebinger, NHMFL

10:30

Break

11:00

High-temperature superconductors

—David Larbalestier, University of Wisconsin at Madison

11:30

Magnetic materials

—Meigan Aronson, University of Michigan

Noon

International perspectives

—Gabriel Aeppli, University College London

12:30 pm

Lunch

Closed Session

1:30

Committee discussions

3:00

Adjourn



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