Appendix A
Workshop Agenda

MONDAY, MAY 14, 2007

8:00

Introduction, Douglas Ray, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

8:15

Overview, John Turner, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Plenary Session: Federal Government Perspective on Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy

8:55

Perspective from DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Eric Rohlfing, Department of Energy

9:10

Developments in BioInspired Chemistry for Energy Systems Funded by the Chemistry Division at NSF, Michael Clarke, National Science Foundation

9:25

Perspective from NSF Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems, Judy Raper, National Science Foundation

9:40

Perspective from NIH National Institute of General Medical Science, Peter Preusch, National Institutes of Health

Plenary Session: Industry Perspective on Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy

10:05

Henry Bryndza, DuPont

10:35

Brent Erickson, Biotechnology Industry Organization

11:05

Magdalena Ramirez, BP

11:35

Open Discussion, Sharon Haynie, DuPont (Moderator)

Technical Session: Fundamental Aspects of Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy

1:30

Hydrogen-processing catalysts for replacement of platinum in fuel cell electrodes: hydrogenases, Marcetta Darensbourg, Texas A&M University

2:00

The Lesson from the Hydrogenases? New Chemistry (Happens to be Strategic), Thomas Rauchfuss, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

2:30

Self-Assembly of Artificial Photosynthetic Systems for Solar Energy Conversion, Michael Wasielewski, Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory

3:15

Sustained Water Oxidation by Bioinspired Catalysts: The Real Thing Now, Charles Dismukes, Princeton University

3:45

Open Discussion, Sharon Haynie, DuPont (Moderator)

4:20

Concluding Remarks, Sharon Haynie, DuPont

Evening Session

4:30-7:30

Poster Session

TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2007

8:00

Opening Remarks, Leonard Buckley, NRL

Plenary Session: Academic Perspective on Bioinspired Chemistry

8:05

Solar Fuels: A Reaction Chemistry of Renewable Energy, Daniel Nocera, MIT

8:50

Open Discussion



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Appendix A Workshop Agenda Technical Session: fundamental Aspects of MONDAY, MAY 14, 2007 Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy Introduction, Douglas Ray, Pacific Northwest 8:00 1:30 Hydrogen-processing catalysts for replacement National Laboratory of platinum in fuel cell electrodes: hydrogenases, Overview, John Turner, National Renewable 8:15 Marcetta Darensbourg, Texas A&M University Energy Laboratory 2:00 The Lesson from the Hydrogenases? New Chemistry (Happens to be Strategic), Plenary Session: federal Government Perspective on Thomas Rauchfuss, University of Illinois at Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy Urbana-Champaign 2:30 Self-Assembly of Artificial Photosynthetic 8:55 Perspective from DOE Office of Basic Energy Systems for Solar Energy Conversion, Michael Sciences, Eric Rohlfing, Department of Energy Wasielewski, Northwestern University and 9:10 Developments in BioInspired Chemistry for Argonne National Laboratory Energy Systems Funded by the Chemistry 3:15 Sustained Water Oxidation by Bioinspired Division at NSF, Michael Clarke, National Catalysts: The Real Thing Now, Charles Science Foundation Dismukes, Princeton University 9:25 Perspective from NSF Division of Chemical, 3:45 Open Discussion, Sharon Haynie, DuPont Bioengineering, Environmental, and Trans- (Moderator) port Systems, Judy Raper, National Science 4:20 Concluding Remarks, Sharon Haynie, DuPont Foundation 9:40 Perspective from NIH National Institute of General Medical Science, Peter Preusch, Evening Session National Institutes of Health 4:30-7:30 Poster Session Plenary Session: Industry Perspective on TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2007 Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy Opening Remarks, Leonard Buckley, NRL 8:00 Henry Bryndza, DuPont 10:05 Brent Erickson, Biotechnology Industry 10:35 Organization Plenary Session: Academic Perspective on Magdalena Ramirez, BP 11:05 Bioinspired Chemistry 11:35 Open Discussion, Sharon Haynie, DuPont 8:05 Solar Fuels: A Reaction Chemistry of Renew- (Moderator) able Energy, Daniel Nocera, MIT 8:50 Open Discussion 

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0 APPENDIX A Technical Session: Robust Implementation of Bioinspired Initiatives at DuPont, Mark 10:40 Bioinspired Catalysts Emptage, DuPont 11:10 Open Discussion, Leonard Buckley (Moderator) 9:25 Mimicking Photosynthetic Energy Transduction, Concluding Remarks, Leonard Buckley, NRL 11:40 Thomas Moore, Arizona State University 12:00 Workshop Adjourns 9:55 Biological Transformations for Energy Produc- tion: An Overview of Biofuel Cells, G. Tayhas Palmore, Brown University