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Frontiers of Engineering: Reports on Leading-Edge Engineering from the 2006 Symposium Program NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING 2006 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium September 21–23, 2006 Chair: Julia M. Phillips, Sandia National Laboratory THE RISE OF INTELLIGENT SOFTWARE SYSTEMS AND MACHINES Organizers: M. Brian Blake, Georgetown University, and David Fogel, Natural Selection, Inc. Commercializing Auditory Neuroscience Lloyd Watts Creating Intelligent Agents in Games Risto Miikkulainen Co-evolution of the Computer and Social Science Robert Axtell Using Computational Cognitive Models to Build Better Human-Robot Interaction Alan Schultz ***
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Frontiers of Engineering: Reports on Leading-Edge Engineering from the 2006 Symposium THE NANO/BIO INTERFACE Organizers: Tejal Desai, University of California, San Francisco, and Hiroshi Matsui, CUNY Graduate Center and Hunter College Part I: Solving nanotechnology problems using biotechnology Biological and Biomimetic Polypeptide Materials Timothy J. Deming, University of California, Los Angeles Biomimetics and the Application to Devices Morley O. Stone, Air Force Research Laboratory Part II: Solving biotechnology problems using nanotechnology Optical Imaging for In Vivo Assessment of Tissue Pathology Rebekah A. Drezek, Rice University Commercialization and Future Developments in Bionanotechnology Marcel Bruchez, Carnegie Mellon University *** ENGINEERING PERSONAL MOBILITY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY Organizers: Apoorv Agarwal, Ford Motor Company, and William Schneider, University of Notre Dame Long-Term Trends in Global Passenger Mobility Andreas Schäfer, University of Cambridge Energy and Environmental Impacts of Personal Mobility Matthew J. Barth, University of California, Riverside New Mobility: The Next Generation of Sustainable Urban Transportation Susan Zielinski, University of Michigan Advancing the State of Hybrid Technology Andreas Schell, DaimlerChrysler Corp. ***
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Frontiers of Engineering: Reports on Leading-Edge Engineering from the 2006 Symposium SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND APPLICATIONS WITH ECONOMIC AND PUBLIC IMPACT Organizers: Jennifer Ryan, University College Dublin, and Julie Swann, Georgia Institute of Technology Supply Chain Applications of Fast Implosion Brenda L. Dietrich, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center Factory to Foxhole: Improving the Army’s Supply Chain Mark Wang, RAND Corporation Supply Chain Management under the Threat of Disruptions Lawrence V. Snyder, Lehigh University Engineering-Based Methods for Affordable Housing and Sustainable Community Development Michael P. Johnson, Carnegie Mellon University *** DINNER SPEECH The Changing Face of Industrial Research W. Dale Compton
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