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Participants List** Ray Adomaitis University of Maryland Chris Ball Newport Corporation Jeffrey Alexander SRI International John Bartlett Department of Energy Eric Amis National Institute of Standards and Diana Bauer Technology Environmental Protection Agency Sharon Beermann-Curtin Michael Ahearn DARPA- Defense Sciences Office First Solar Michael Anderson Richard Bendis U.S. International Trade Commission Innovation America Nancy Bacon Robert Blankenbaker United Solar Ovonic & Energy Department of Commerce Conversion Devices Alain Blosse Anita Balachandra CaliSolar, Inc. TechVision21 Dorothea Blouin Samuel Baldwin Department of Commerce Department of Energy **Speakers listed in italics 232
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233 APPENDIX A Lynnae Boyd Joseph Conroy National Renewable Energy United Solar Ovonic Laboratory Vincent Cozzolino Susan Butts Solar Energy Consortium Dow Chemical Company Tamara Dahl Thomas Burns Georgia Institute of Technology Department of State Eric Daniels Mary Cain BP Solar Office of U.S. Senator Harry Reid Dean DeLongchamp Frank Calzonetti National Institute of Standards and University of Toledo Technology Richard Campbell Xunming Deng Library of Congress Xunlight Corporation Vincent Castelli Mita Desai DARPA Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Dennis Chamot National Research Council David Dierksheide The National Academies Michael Ciesinski FlexTech Alliance for Displays & Hank DiMarco Flexible, Printed Electronics IBM Denis Cioffi PJ Edington George Washington University IBM Charlie Coggeshall Giorgio Einaudi New West Technologies, LLC Embassy of Italy Robert Collins Steve Empedocles University of Toledo Silicon Valley Technology Center Alvin Compaan Daniel Enderton University of Toledo MIT Energy Initiative Matt Conger Pete Engardio Hudson Clean Energy Partners BusinessWeek **Speakers listed in italics
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234 FUTURE OF PHOTOVOLTAICS MANUFACTURING Adam Gertz Michael Fasolka The National Academies National Institute of Standards and Technology Gabrielle Giffords Chris Ferekides U.S. Representative (D-AZ) University of South Florida Marc Giroux Corning, Inc. Steve Fetter Office of Science and Technology Randolph Graves Policy Executive Office of the Graves Technology, Inc. President Stephen Filler William Harris Prism Solar Technologies, Inc. Science Foundation Arizona Wendy Fink Mark Hartney Association of Public and Land-grant FlexTech Alliance Universities Jonathan Hardis National Institute of Standards and Kevin Finneran Technology Issues in Science & Technology Michael Heben Paul Fowler The University of Toledo National Council for Advanced Manufacturing Robert Hershey Consultant Ken Fox United Solar Ovonic Clemens Hofbauer CaliSolar, Inc. Steven C. Freilich E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. Dan Holladay SEMATECH Pradeep Fulay National Science Foundation Diana Hoyt National Aeronautics and Space Robin Gaster Administration ASTRA Jim Hurd Charlie Gause GreenScience Exchange Luna Innovations Charlie Gay Applied Materials **Speakers listed in italics
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235 APPENDIX A Walter Kirchner Kevin Hurst Argonne National Laboratory Office of Science and Technology Policy Executive Office of the Petra Klein President Solar Energy Consortium Kevin Hutchings IBM Deborah Koolbeck Office of U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur David Iams Optoelectronics Industry David Kramer Development Association Physics Today Alicia Jackson Zbigniew Kubacki U.S. Senate Committee on Energy Embassy of the Republic of Poland and Natural Resources Santosh Kurinec Ken Jacobson RIT U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology Ya-Shian Li-Baboud National Institute of Standards and Technology Norman Johnston Solar Fields LLC, Calyxo GmbH, and Ohio Advanced Energy Eric K. Lin (OAE) National Institute of Standards and Technology Marcy Kaptur Jamie Link U.S. Representative (D-OH) Institute for Defense Analyses Brad Keelor British Embassy Philip Lippel WTEC John E. Kelly III Roger Little IBM Spire Corporation Homayoun Khamooshi George Washington University Ken Locklin Clean Energy Group Wyatt King Office of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle John Lushetsky Giffords U.S. Department of Energy Taffy Kingscott Timothy Mack National Defense University Mindspring **Speakers listed in italics
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236 FUTURE OF PHOTOVOLTAICS MANUFACTURING Marc Magaud Rick Mitchell Embassy of France National Center for Photovoltaics Marie Mapes Jacob Mohs Department of Energy U.S. International Trade Commission William Morin Robert M. Margolis Applied Materials National Renewable Energy Laboratory Daniel Mullins Juan Martinez The National Academies Embassy of Spain Jeffrey Nelson Kay Mascoli Sandia National Laboratories FlexTech Alliance Susan Nickbarg Annita Mavromichalis Department of Energy Embassy of Greece Saija Nurminen Lesley McConnell Embassy of Finland Embassy of New Zealand Yaw Obeng Keith McCoy National Institute of Standards and National Association of Technology Manufacturers Terrence O’Donnell Ohio Advanced Energy W. Clark McFadden II Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP Marc Oettinger Ben McMakin SURA Van Ness Feldman Paul op den Brouw Celia Merzbacher Netherlands Embassy Semiconductor Research Corporation Andrey Orekhov JoAnn Milliken Embassy of the Russian Federation Department of Energy Steve O’Rourke Richard Mitchell Deutsche Bank Securities National Renewable Energy Laboratory Ronald Ott Department of Energy **Speakers listed in italics
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237 APPENDIX A Jennifer Ozawa Jim Ryan SRI International Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, Gateway Lee Paddock University Research Park, The George Washington University Greensboro, North Carolina Doug Payne Greg Sadler SolarTech Consortium University of Michigan Jag Sankar Eric Peeters NC A&T State University Dow Corning Solar Solutions Vanessa Pena John Sargent Institute for Defense Analyses Library of Congress Lori Perine Ken Schramko TrueCarbon.org SEMI Arun Seraphin Mark Pinto U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Applied Materials Services Kevin Prettyman IBM Stephanie Shipp Institute for Defense Analyses Jim Rand GE Energy Sujai Shivakumar The National Academies Rhone Resch Solar Energies Industry Association Richard Silberglitt RAND April Richards Environmental Protection Agency Scott Sklar Stella Group, Ltd. Eryn Robinson U.S. House Armed Services Martin Sokoloski Committee IEEE-USA Adam Rosenberg Christopher Soles U.S. House Committee on Science National Institute of Standards and and Technology Technology **Speakers listed in italics
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238 FUTURE OF PHOTOVOLTAICS MANUFACTURING Tony Stanco Richard Van Atta National Council of Entrepreneurial Institute for Defense Analyses Tech Transfer Johan Van Helleputte Marc Stanley IMEC National Institute of Standards and Technology Trung Van Nguyen National Science Foundation Ian Steff Semiconductor Industry Association Alan Weber National Institute of Standards and Karl Stegenga Technology Hyjek & Fix, Inc. Philip Webre Congressional Budget Office Bob Street Palo Alto Research Center Howard Wial Nick Suttora Brookings Institution Project Enhancement Corporation Charles Wessner The National Academies Dick Swanson SunPower Ryan Williams Homayoun Talieh Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable SOLOPOWER, Inc. Energy Systems Ching Tang Charles Ying University of Rochester National Science Foundation David Taylor Grazyna Zebrowska Institute for Global Communications Embassy of the Republic of Poland Adrian Tudorache YanChing Zhang Embassy of Romania IBM Elaine Ulrich Ken Zweibel U.S. House Committee on Science George Washington University and Technology **Speakers listed in italics