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Appendix B Meetings and Speakers MEETING 1 JANUARY 19-20, 2012 THE KECK CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WASHINGTON, D.C. Committee Charge and Sponsor Expectations for Study Greg Gordon, US Army Biological Op Cycle Discussion James Miller, Committee Member Biomemetics Discussion Hendrik Hamann, Committee Member Embedded Computing Discussion Julie Ryan, Vice Chair Wearable Computing Discussion Steven Boxer, Committee Member MEETING 2 MARCH 8-9, 2012 THE KECK CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WASHINGTON, D.C. Out-of-the-Box Science for Human Performance Modification Dylan Schmorrow, Deputy Director, Human Performance, Training and BioSystems Research Directorate Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (OSD) Sponsor Discussion Greg Gordon U.S. Army 49
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50 HUMAN PERFORMANCE MODIFICATION: REVIEW OF WORLDWIDE RESEARCH Operator State Characterization Using Neurophysiological Measures Thomas Schnell, Associate Professor University of Iowa Brain Computer Interface – Current Status, Future Prospects Jonathon Wolpaw, Chief, Laboratory of Nervous Systems Disorders Wadsworth Center, New York Advanced Neurotechnologies for Science & Healthcare Daryl Kipke, Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering University of Michigan Technologies for Fatigue Detection and Management Adam Fletcher, Executive Director Integrated Safety Support, Australia Fatigue, Jetlag and Shiftlag in RCAF Operations Michel Paul, Defence Scientist Defence Research and Development, Canada Emergent Technosciences and Human Augmentation Ana Viseu, Assistant Professor York University, Canada Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal Reshaping the Human Condition – Exploring Human Enhancement Jan Staman, Director Ira van Keulen, Senior researcher Technology Assessment Rathenau Institute, The Netherlands MEETING 3 MARCH 29-30, 2012 THE BECKMAN CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES IRVINE, CA Biological Approaches to Improve Musculoskeletal Tissue Healing after Disease, Injury & Aging Johnny Huard, Director Stem Cell Research Center, University of Pittsburgh Bioethics Discussion Hank Greely, Deane F. and Kate Edelman Johnson, Professors of Law Stanford University Human Genetic Modification – Therapy and Enhancement Theodore Friedmann, Chair, Gene Doping Expert Group World Anti-Doping Agency University of California at San Diego
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APPENDIX B 51 Sponsor Perspectives Greg Gordon, US Army Mark Sulcoski, US Army Expertise, Skill Learning and Human Development Across Domains A. Mark Williams, Professor Liverpool John Moores University Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences, UK Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Rui Luis Reis, Director 3B’s Research Group, Biomaterials, Biodegradables and Biomimetics University of Minho, Portugal Introduction to Nanotechnology & Nanomedicines Theresa Allen, Professor of Pharmacology University of Alberta, Canada Augmented Cognition and Wearable Computing Thad Starner, Contextual Computing Group Georgia Tech