Academician Gennadiy A. Mesyats, Vice President of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) and Chairman of its Urals Division; Chairman, RAS Council on Export Control; Member of Russian Government Committee on Export Control (RAS Chair)
Academician Yuriy E. Nesterikhin, Kurchatov Institute; Member of Optoelectronic Devices Working Group
Dr. A.A. Ovchinnikov, RAS Institute of Chemical Physics, Director, Department of the Electronics of Organic Materials; Member of Structural Materials Working Group
General Oleg K. Rogozin (retired), Principal Research Scientist, RAS Elorma Program; former Deputy Chief of Procurement, USSR Ministry of Defense
Dr. I.D. Safronov, Director of Computational Mathematics, Arzamas 16; Member of High Performance Computing Working Group
Dr. Valery N. Spector, Director of RAS Group on Dual Use Technologies; Vice Chairman, RAS Institute of Chemical Physics
Dr. Yuriy N. Vershinin, Deputy Chairman of the RAS Urals Division
RAS Staff Assistant: Yuriy Shiyan, Chief Specialist, RAS Foreign Relations Department
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Appendix I: Participants and Agenda for the Third U.S. National Academy of Sciences-Russian Academy of Sciences Joint Meeting on Dual Use Technologies, Decmeber 12-20 1992 Moscow ."
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