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Program

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING

Tenth Annual Symposium on

Frontiers of Engineering

September 9-11, 2004

ENGINEERING FOR EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS

Organizers: Mary Kae Lockwood and John W. Weatherly

Cool Robots: Scalable Mobile Robots for Instrument Network Deployment in Polar Climates

Laura R. Ray, Dartmouth College

The Role of Modeling and Simulation in Extreme Engineering Projects

Jon Berkoe, Bechtel National, Inc.

The Challenges of Landing on Mars

Tommaso P. Rivellini, Jet Propulsion Lab

Accessing the Lunar Poles for Human Exploration Missions

B. Kent Joosten, NASA Johnson Space Center

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DESIGNER MATERIALS

Organizers: Kristi S. Anseth and Diann E. Brei

Thin-Film Active Materials

Greg P. Carman, University of California, Los Angeles



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Tenth Annual Symposium on Frontiers of Engineering Program NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING Tenth Annual Symposium on Frontiers of Engineering September 9-11, 2004 ENGINEERING FOR EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS Organizers: Mary Kae Lockwood and John W. Weatherly Cool Robots: Scalable Mobile Robots for Instrument Network Deployment in Polar Climates Laura R. Ray, Dartmouth College The Role of Modeling and Simulation in Extreme Engineering Projects Jon Berkoe, Bechtel National, Inc. The Challenges of Landing on Mars Tommaso P. Rivellini, Jet Propulsion Lab Accessing the Lunar Poles for Human Exploration Missions B. Kent Joosten, NASA Johnson Space Center * * * DESIGNER MATERIALS Organizers: Kristi S. Anseth and Diann E. Brei Thin-Film Active Materials Greg P. Carman, University of California, Los Angeles

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Tenth Annual Symposium on Frontiers of Engineering The Future of Engineering Materials: Mutlifunction for Performance-Tailored Structures Leslie A. Momoda, HRL Laboratories, LLC Biomimetic Strategies in Vascular Tissue Engineering Jennifer L. West, Rice University * * * DINNER SPEAKER Unlikely Partners: DARPA and Me Alex Singer, film director * * * MULTISCALE MODELING Organizers: Grant S. Heffelfinger and Dimitrios Maroudas Equation-Free Modeling For Complex Systems Ioannis G. Kevrekidis, Princeton University Modeling the Stuff of the Material World: Do We Need All of the Atoms? Rob Phillips, California Institute of Technology Balancing Scales in Biological Models Adam Paul Arkin, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Small-Scale Processes and Large-Scale Simulations of the Climate System Bjorn B. Stevens, University of California, Los Angeles, and National Center for Atmospheric Research * * *

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Tenth Annual Symposium on Frontiers of Engineering ENGINEERING AND ENTERTAINMENT Organizers: David Baraff and Chris Kyriakakis Capturing and Simulating Physically Accurate Illumination in Computer Graphics Paul Debevec, University of Southern California Spatial Audio Reproduction: Toward Individualized Binaural Sound William G. Gardner, Wave Arts, Inc. Designing Socially Intelligent Robots Cynthia Breazeal, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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