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Appendix D Contributors The committee acknowledges the valuable insight and contributions made by the following people and organizations during meetings in Bonn, London, Paris, Tokyo, and Washington, D.C., or through correspondence. MAE: FOREIGN ASSOCIATES Pierre R. Aigrain (France), Scientific Advisor to the President, Thomson Group Pierre M. Ailleret (France), Honorary Chairman, Union Technique de I'Electricite John Argyris (United Kingdom), Director, Institute for Computer Applications, University of Stuttgart John H. Chesters (United Kingdom), Chairman of WATT Committee on Energy Author Charles Crussard (France), Retired Scientific Director, Pechiney Ugine KuhImann Duncan S. Davies (United Kingdom), Retired Chief Engineer and Scientist United Kingdom Department of Industry UIrich Finsterwalder (Federal Republic of Germany), Retired Chief Engineer of Dyckerhoff & Widmann A.G. Munich, Consultant Sir Charles Frank (United Kingdom), Professor Emeritus, Department of Physics, University of Bristol Paul Germam (trance), Professor, L'Universite Pierre et Marie Curie Peter Hansen (Federal Republic of Germany), Director, Institute for Metal Physics, University of Gottingen Wolf Hafele (Federal Republic of Germany), Director General, Kernforschungsaniage Julich GmbH 61 J ~
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62 Sir Arnold Hall (United Kingdom), Retired Chairman, Hawker Siddeley Group, PEC Sir William R. Hawthorne (United Kingdom), Emeritus Professor of Applied Thermodynamics, University of Cambridge Michel Hug (France), Director General, Nouvelles Coordonnees Robert M. Kenedi (United Kingdom), Professor Emeritus, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Herwig KogeInik (Austria), Director, Photonics Research Laboratory, AT&T Bell Laboratories Fritz Leonhardt (Federal Republic of Germany), Retired Professor, Institute for Concrete Structures, Stuttgart University Sir James Lighthill (United Kingdom), Provost, University College London Maurice Magnien (France), President National Bureau of Metrology CarIos S. Ospina (Colombia), Senior Partner and Manager, INGETEC Sir Angus Paton (United Kingdom), Formerly Senior Consultant, Sir Alexander Gibb & Partners of Reading, England John R. A. Pearson (United Kingdom), Emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College Roy E. Rowe (United Kingdom), Director General and CEO, Cement and Concrete Association Sir Owen Saunders (United Kingdom), Retired Vice Chancellor and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of London Rudolf Schulten (Federal Republic of Germany), Director, Institute for Reactor Development, Kernforschungsaniage Julich GmbH Gunter Spur (Federal Republic of Germany), Professor, Technical University of Berlin Michiyuki Uenohara (Japan), Executive Vice President, NEC Corporation Georges Andre Charles Vendryes (France), Director and Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Commissariat a I'Energie Atomic Konrad Zuse (Federal Republic of Germany), Professor, University of Gottingen ADVISERS, CONSU1TANTS, AND OTHER CONTRIBUTORS Dan K. Adamson, Executive Director, Society of Petroleum Engineers Dieter G. AltenpohI, SwitzerIand Luc Arnould, Scientific Counselor, Embassy of BeIgium David Beckler, Former Head, Division of Science and Technology, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Deveopment John Bell, Head, Science and Technology Policy Division, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Trevor Broom, United Kingdom Central Electricity Generating Board Joseph Caponio, Director, National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce Joseph CIark, Deputy Director, National Technical Information Service U.S. Department of Commerce
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63 Laddie Coburn, Director, Naval Applications Division, ONR London Dominique F. Cotta, Scientific Attache, Embassy of France Anthony R. Cox, Counselor for Science and Technology, British Embassy Manfred Cziesla, Office of Science Attache, U.S. Embassy, France Alexander P. De Angelis, NSF Liaison, Tokyo Daniel De Simone, Executive Director, American Association of Engineering Societies Sir Diarmuid Downs, Chairman, Ricardo Consulting Engineers, United Kingdom Paul Drummond, Director of International Affairs, American Society of Mechanical Engineers John Fairclough, Chief Scientific Advisor, Cabinet Office, United Kingdom Pierre Fillet, Executive Officer, Academy Committee for Applied Sciences, France 3. Charles Foreman, Executive Director and Secretary, American Institute of Chemical Engineers G. F. Fromont, Laboratory for Petrochemical Technology, Belgium Carol A. Ganz, Senior Program Manager, Division of International Programs, NSF Robert B. Hardy, Deputy Director, Division of International Programs NSF Phillip HemiTy, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Science Affairs, NATO Claude Herselin, Secretary General, World Federation of Engineering Organizations K. Horikawa, Iron and Steel Institute, Japan M. A. Howard, Commanding Officer, ONR London A. Kelly, University of Sussex, United Kingdom Louis H. Klotz, Director, Special Projects, American Society of Civil Engineers Peter Lablans, Assistant Attache for Science and Technology, Netherlands Embassy Andre Blanc Lapierre, President, French Academy of Sciences Edward Lear, past Executive Director, American Association for Engineering Education Leonard L. Lederman, Senior Staff Associate for Strategic Planning and Assessment, Directorate for Scientific, Technological, and International Affairs, NSF Michael Leonard, Measurer, World Federation of Engineering Organizations, France Guy Mirabel, Counselor Advisor, Union of International Technical Associations John H. Moore, Deputy Director, NSF Robert Morris, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Science and Technology, Oceans, Environmental and Scientific Affairs Takashi Mukaibo, Commissioner, Atomic Energy Commission, Tokyo
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64 John Negroponte, Assistant Secretary of State, Oceans, Environmental and Scientific Affairs Charles T. Owens, Head, NSF Office, Tokyo Leo Packer, Former Science Attache, U.S. OECD Mission, France Carolyn Preece-Hansson, Danish Corrosion Center, Copenhagen, Denmark L. John Rankine, Director of Standards and Data Security, IBM Corporation Maurice Remilleux, Secretary General, Union of International Technical Associations Joseph Reynen, Counselor for Science and Technology, Delegation of the Commission of the European Communities Derek A. Roberts, Technical Director, HIRST Research Center, General Electric Company, United Kingdom Manfred R. Schroeder, Director, Drittes Physikalisches Institut, University Gottingen, Federal Republic of Germany Heinz Seipel, Counselor for Science and Technology, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Eric Spitz, Senior Vice President, Research and Technology, Thomson Group, France Canclice Stevens, Industrial Policy Division, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Haruo Suzuki, Chairman, Showa Denko K.K., Japan Jacques-Francois Tamisier, Scientific Attache, Embassy of France Myron Tribus, Director, Center for Advanced Engineering Studies, MIT Jaime Vallori, Director, CDTI, Spain David Venezky, Technical Director, ONR London Graham Vickery, Industrial Policy Division, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Henning E. van Gierke, Director, Biodynarn~cs and Bioengineering Division, Air Force Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory Charles W. Wallace, Office of International Programs, NSF Amy A. Wilson, Committee on Scholarly Communication with the People's Republic of China, National Research Council George B. Wright, Scientific Director, ONR Liaison Office Far East, Tokyo The committee also acknowledges helpful discussions with staff from the following organizations: Building Research Institute, Tsukuba Disaster Prevention Research Institute Institute of Molecular Science Institute of Physical and Chemical Research Kyoto University Ministry of International Trade and Industry Fifth Generation Computer Project (ICOT) Japan External Trade Organization Monbusho ,
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65 NEC Corporation NEC Institute of Technology Education Nippon Steel Co. - Central Research Laboratory Research and Development Corporation of Japan SONY Research Center Tokyo National College of Technology Toyohashi University of Technology, Civil Engineering Laboratory Tsukuba University University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science Institute for Solid State Physics
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