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Linkages: Manufacturing Trends in Electronic Interconnection Technology Appendix A Committee Members David J. Berteau, Chair, is a director in the Washington, D.C., office of Clark and Weinstock. He consults with clients on federal government management, acquisition, and procurement and specializes in defense and homeland security issues. Mr. Berteau has more than 30 years of experience in public- and private-sector management. During that period, he spent 15 years in senior defense management positions, including service as Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Production and Logistics. He is also currently an adjunct professor at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School. Mr. Berteau is a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration and serves on the board of directors for the Procurement Roundtable. He is a frequent speaker at conferences on a wide variety of public policy issues and holds an MPA from the LBJ School of Public Affairs from the University of Texas at Austin. Katharine G. Frase is vice president of Worldwide Packaging and Test of the IBM Microelectronics Division. She is responsible for all process development, design and modeling methodology, and testing and manufacturing for organic and ceramic chip packaging for IBM. Her research interests include mechanical properties and structural interactions in composites, high-temperature superconductors, solid electrolytes (fast ionic conductors), ceramic powder synthetic methods, and ceramic packaging. She chaired an IBM/National Research Council (NRC) workshop on lead solder reduction actions, and in 1998 served as the packaging assurance manager for IBM worldwide. Dr. Frase received an AB in chemistry from Bryn Mawr College and a PhD in materials science and engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Frase is an ex officio member of the NRC’s Board on Assessment of NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Programs and is currently the vice chair of the Panel on Materials Science and Engineering. She is also a member of the National Materials Advisory Board. Charles R. Henry has more than 32 years of senior leadership within the executive branch of the federal government and 11 years of experience as a senior executive working in civilian industry. General Henry’s strategic vision revolutionized Department of Defense acquisition and procurement. He created the Defense Contract Management Command and served as its first commander. He also established the Army’s Competition Advocate General’s Office and served as the senior acquisitions executive for the Defense Logistics Agency during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. General Henry has had a distinguished military career, having served in the Vietnam War, and has received the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, two Distinguished Service Medals, the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, and a Bronze Star. He currently serves on the Procurement Roundtable.

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Linkages: Manufacturing Trends in Electronic Interconnection Technology Joseph LaDou is director of the International Center for Occupational Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). His current research interests include microelectronics industry health and safety and international migration of hazardous industries. His study of the latter has led to efforts to control occupational and environmental hazards. He was in charge of the postgraduate Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program at UCSF for more than 25 years, during which 2,000 occupational physicians attended his courses. Dr. LaDou has trained more than 300 physicians who have returned to developing countries. He is editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, a medical journal delivered to more than 100 countries. His textbook Current Occupational and Environmental Medicine is now in its third edition. Dr. LaDou is also the author of numerous articles in books and scientific journals discussing the health and safety problems of the high-technology electronics industry. Kathy Nargi-Toth, a global business director for Technic, Inc., in Cranston, Rhode Island, is responsible for the global marketing of the company’s electronics fabrication materials. Prior to her position at Technic, Ms. Nargi-Toth worked as a technical marketing manager for a large multinational chemical and laminate supply company. She also spent 6 years in a global technical marketing position that was heavily focused on the developing printed circuit infrastructure in China and the rapid technically advancing infrastructure in Taiwan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. Ms. Nargi-Toth began her career in the research and development laboratory developing electroless nickel and solder removal products for the electronics industry. Early in her career, she also worked for 8 years as a multilayer process engineer and then as engineering manager for a major supplier of multilayer printed circuit boards to the military and computer industry. Ms. Nargi-Toth currently serves on the Suppliers Council Steering Committee and chairs the Supplier’s Council PCB Leadership Meeting Subcommittee. In 2000, she received the PC Fab and Atomic Giant Award recognizing her as being one of the 10 most influential individuals in the electronics industry for that year. This recognition was awarded for her activities related to microvia and high-density interconnect technology advancements in Europe and Asia. She is on the PC Fab Magazine’s editorial review board and has served on the board of directors of the Interconnect Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Angelo M. Ninivaggi, Jr., serves as the director of legal services for Plexus Corporation, an industry-leading electronics contract manufacturing services company. He has both broad and specific familiarity with business and management practices, including the legal issues surrounding product liability, audit responsibility, and supply-chain management. He was executive vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary for MCMS, another contract manufacturing firm, until MCMS was acquired by Plexus. From March 1996 until joining MCMS in February 1998, he served as corporate counsel with Micron Electronics, Inc. Prior to his employment with Micron Electronics, he worked as an associate with the law firm of Weil, Gotshal and Manges in New York. Mr. Ninivaggi holds a BA in economics from Columbia University and both an MBA in finance and a JD from Fordham University. He is a member of the NRC Board on Manufacturing and Engineering Design. Michael G. Pecht is founder and director of the Computer Aided Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE) Electronic Products and Systems Center at the University of Maryland and Chair Professor. The center is dedicated to providing a knowledge and resource base to support the development of competitive electronic components, products, and systems. Dr. Pecht has also consulted for more than 80 major international electronics companies, providing expertise in strategic planning, design, testing, intellectual property, and risk assessment of electronics products. He is a professional engineer, a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and a Westinghouse fellow. Dr. Pecht has written 13 books on electronic product development and is chief editor for Microelectronics Reliability and an associate editor for the IEEE Transactions on Advanced Packaging. He has a BS in acoustics, an MS in electrical engineering, and an MS and PhD in engineering mechanics from the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Pecht has previously served on the NRC’s Graduate Panel on Engineering.

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Linkages: Manufacturing Trends in Electronic Interconnection Technology E. Jennings Taylor is founder, chief technical officer, and intellectual property director of Faraday Technology, Inc.; the company develops, patents, and commercializes electrochemical technologies. He is also founder and member of Faraday Technology Marketing Group LLC, an intellectual property holding company established to provide financing and management expertise for intellectual assets. Dr. Taylor has been admitted as a registered patent agent to prepare and prosecute patent applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He has held appointments with the National Science Board, the National Science Foundation, the Edison Materials Technology Center in Ohio, the Electrochemical Society, and the American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers Society. He holds a PhD in materials science from the University of Virginia. Richard H. Van Atta is a senior research analyst at the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA), focusing on the technological needs and interests of the United States as they affect both national and economic security. At IDA, Dr. Van Atta has worked on numerous issues including microelectronics industry assessments in support of the Defense Science Board and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology. From 1993 to 1998, he was an official in the Department of Defense (on temporary assignment from IDA), first as Special Assistant for Dual Use Technology Policy, then as Assistant Deputy Under Secretary for Dual Use and Commercial Programs. When in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, he developed policy options and conducted assessments related to the dual-use concept for developing and acquiring defense systems and for promoting the industrial and technological base needed for meeting defense needs. He also played a major role in authoring the Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) Dual Use Technology Strategy and conceived and managed the Commercial Technology Insertion Program. For his service, Dr. Van Atta was presented with DoD’s Award for Outstanding Achievement by Secretary of Defense William Perry. Alfonso Velosa III is the associate director of market and business strategies at Gartner, Inc. In this position, he manages and contributes to a variety of custom market-assessment and strategy projects in the global technology marketplace, focusing on the semiconductor, telecommunications, and manufacturing arenas. His work experience covers a broad range of areas in the technology marketplace, including strategic planning, project and program management, supply-chain management, contract negotiations, profit and loss analysis, product management support, and semiconductor research. Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Velosa was a commodity specialist for Intel. In this role, he managed Intel’s motherboard and server products from concept through supplier selection through design through production. In addition, he managed the supply chain and negotiated overall relationships and terms with suppliers. Previously, he provided project and program management services to NASA in Washington, D.C., and in Cleveland, Ohio, culminating in a project management role for a semiconductor diffusion project that flew on the space shuttle in 1997. He holds a BS in materials science engineering from Columbia University, an MS in materials science engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and another master’s degree in international management from Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management, in Glendale, Arizona. He is a member of the NRC Board on Manufacturing and Engineering Design. Dennis F. Wilkie is senior vice president in the Management Consulting Division of Compass Group, Ltd., which provides consulting in strategy, marketing, product development, and operations to Senior Management of Companies. He is an accomplished senior executive with an unusual mix of automotive manufacturer and component supplier perspectives through operating assignments in Ford Motor Company and Motorola, Inc. Dr. Wilkie has a strong technical background combined with bottom-line operational experience as a general manager. He has a demonstrated record of leadership in quality management, people skills, and cross-cultural management. He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2000 for the application of electronics and systems engineering technology to vehicular systems.