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--> Appendix B— Presentations to the Committee Torben Andersen, Odense Shipyard, Denmark, "Application of Automation in Shipbuilding and Ship Design" Joachim Brodda, Bremer-Vulkan, "Automation in Shipbuilding" Michael Cecere, Naval Sea Systems Command, "United States Navy Advanced Machinery System" Ian Cuckneil, Braemar Developments LTD, "An Overview of the World New Building Market and What Owners Look for When Inspecting New Yards During Contract Negotiations" David P. Donohue, The Jonathan Corporation, "The National Shipbuilding Research Program" James A. Fein, Office of Naval Research, "ONR Perspectives on National Maritime Technology Needs" Jose Femenia, Jr., State University of New York Maritime College, "The Education Committee of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers" John Goodman, National Council of Economic Advisors, "Current Government Efforts to Aid Shipbuilding" Albert Herberger, Maritime Administrator, "U.S. Maritime Administration National Shipbuilding Initiative" David H. Hill, General Motors (retired), "Some Lessons Learned About the Application of Technology" John Kaskin, Office of Naval Operations, "Dual-Use Ship for the Active RRF" Kai Levander, Kværner Masa, "Marine Market Driven Processes to Develop Ships and Ship Systems" and "New Marine Transportation System Concepts and Technologies"
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--> William W. Lewis, McKinsey Global Institute, ''What Makes Industries Internationally Competitive?" Thomas Lamb, Textron Marine and Land Systems, "World Shipbuilding Technology" Christopher Lloyd, Kokums Computer Systems, "Impact of CAD/CAM/CIM on Shipbuilding" David L. Luck, General Electric, "United States' Advanced Commercial Ship Propulsion Technology" Anthony Manchinu, Total Transportation Systems, Inc., "Ship Production Systems as Used by Foreign Shipyards" Michael F. McGrath, Advanced Research Projects Agency, "DoD Initiatives in 'Big M' Manufacturing" Paul Mentz, Maritime Administration, "MARAD and Shipbuilding" Robert F. O'Neill, American Waterways Shipyard Conference, "The Needs of Second-Tier Shipyards" Frank Peterson, Office of Naval Research, "Shipbuilding in East Asia and Australia" Charles Piersall, AMADIS, Inc., "ASTM and ISO—Partners for International Success—a 21st Century Necessity" Ronnal Reichard, Structural Composites, Inc., "Application of Composites to Large Commercial Ships" Nils Salvesen, Science Applications International Corporation, "Advanced Physics-Based Simulation Technology for Shipbuilding Industry, Operators and Regulatory Organizations" George Sawyer, Sperry Marine, "Simultaneous Commercial and Military Manufacturing" Robert W. Schaffran, Advanced Research Projects Agency, "The MARITECH Program" Paul A. Schneider, Naval Sea Systems Command, "Navy Shipbuilding" Bruce Scott, Harvard Business School, "Can Government Make Industry Internationally Competitive?" Rod Vulovic, Sea-Land Service, Inc., "Importance of Technology—Ship Owner's Perspective" Richard Woodhead, Shipkits International, "Application Issues in Foreign Shipbuilding Technology"
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