Panel for Chemical Science and Technology

Dr. Hratch G.Semerjian

Director

Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory

NIST

Chemistry Building, Room A317

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

301/975–3145

FAX 301/975–3845

Email: hratch.semerjian@nist.gov

Dr. William F.Koch

Deputy Director

Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory

NIST

Chemistry Building, Room A317

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

301/975–3145

FAX 301/975–3845

Email: william.koch@nist.gov

The Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory (CSTL) performs cutting-edge research in measurement science; develops and maintains measurement methods, standards, and reference data; and develops models for chemical, biochemical, and physical properties and processes. CSTL provides these capabilities to enhance U.S. industry’s productivity and competitiveness; assure equity in trade; and improve public health, safety, and environmental quality.

The technologies and services provided by CSTL help the U.S. chemical manufacturing, energy, health care, biotechnology, food processing, and materials processing industries to meet the broad range of international measurement requirements and compete in global markets.

One of CSTL’s goals is to anticipate the measurement needs of new technologies, so that a measurement infrastructure is available by the time a new technology is implemented Needs are expanding for accurate, quantitative measurements at ever-decreasing detection limits, in harsher environments, and for a wider range of chemical species.

In addition, the development of novel and improved processing techniques and new approaches to pollution prevention and control are critical to the economic success of U.S. industry. Through a strong commitment to basic research, and by leading the advancement of measurement science in critical areas, CSTL is poised to meet emerging national needs.

Panel for Chemical Science and Technology

Chair:

Dr. Kenneth O.MacFadden (1997)

Vice President, Technical Services

Allied Signal

101 Columbia Road

Morristown, NJ 07962–2245

201/455–4229

FAX 201/455–3030

Vice Chair:

Dr. Lou Ann Heimbrook (1999)

IC Engineering Director

Lucent Technologies

2525 North 12 Street

Reading, PA 19612–3396

610/939–7400

FAX 610/939–6420

Email: rdlah3@micro.lucent.com



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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Panel for Chemical Science and Technology Dr. Hratch G.Semerjian Director Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory NIST Chemistry Building, Room A317 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–3145 FAX 301/975–3845 Email: hratch.semerjian@nist.gov Dr. William F.Koch Deputy Director Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory NIST Chemistry Building, Room A317 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–3145 FAX 301/975–3845 Email: william.koch@nist.gov The Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory (CSTL) performs cutting-edge research in measurement science; develops and maintains measurement methods, standards, and reference data; and develops models for chemical, biochemical, and physical properties and processes. CSTL provides these capabilities to enhance U.S. industry’s productivity and competitiveness; assure equity in trade; and improve public health, safety, and environmental quality. The technologies and services provided by CSTL help the U.S. chemical manufacturing, energy, health care, biotechnology, food processing, and materials processing industries to meet the broad range of international measurement requirements and compete in global markets. One of CSTL’s goals is to anticipate the measurement needs of new technologies, so that a measurement infrastructure is available by the time a new technology is implemented Needs are expanding for accurate, quantitative measurements at ever-decreasing detection limits, in harsher environments, and for a wider range of chemical species. In addition, the development of novel and improved processing techniques and new approaches to pollution prevention and control are critical to the economic success of U.S. industry. Through a strong commitment to basic research, and by leading the advancement of measurement science in critical areas, CSTL is poised to meet emerging national needs. Panel for Chemical Science and Technology Chair: Dr. Kenneth O.MacFadden (1997) Vice President, Technical Services Allied Signal 101 Columbia Road Morristown, NJ 07962–2245 201/455–4229 FAX 201/455–3030 Vice Chair: Dr. Lou Ann Heimbrook (1999) IC Engineering Director Lucent Technologies 2525 North 12 Street Reading, PA 19612–3396 610/939–7400 FAX 610/939–6420 Email: rdlah3@micro.lucent.com

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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Prof. John L.Anderson (1998) Dean, College of Engineering Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA 15213–3890 412/268–2537 FAX 412/268–6421 Email: johna@cmu.edu Dr. Ramon M.Barnes (1997) Department of Chemistry Lederle GRC Tower A, Room 701 University of Massachusetts Box 34510 Amherst, MA 01003–4510 413/545–2294 FAX 413/545–3757/4490 Email: ramon.m.barnes@chemistry.umass.edu Prof. Paulette Clancy (1997) School of Chemical Engineering 254 Olin Hall Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853–5201 607/255–4616 FAX 607/255–9166 Email: pc@cheme.cornell.edu Dr. Anthony M.Dean (1999) Senior Research Associate Corporate Research Laboratories Exxon Research & Engineering Company P.O. Box 998 Annandale,NJ 08801 908/730–2727 FAX 908/730–3344 Email: amdean@erenj.com Dr. Robert R.Dorsch (1997) Director, Biotechnology Development DuPont Central Research & Development Experimental Station Building 328, Room 211 P.O. Box 80328 Wilmington, DE 19880–0328 302/695–7600 FAX 302/695–8114 Email: dorschrr@al.esvax.umc.dupont.com Dr. H.Frederick Dylla (1997) Technology Transfer Manager Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility 12000 Jefferson Avenue Newport News, VA 23606 804/249–7450 FAX 804/249–6357 Email: dylla@cebaf.gov.internet Dr. Arlene A.Garrison (1998) Measurement and Control Engineering Center College of Engineering 102Estabrook Hall University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996–2350 423/974–2375 FAX 423/974–4995 Email: agarrison@utk.edu Prof. Steven M.George (1998) Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry University of Colorado Boulder, CO 80309–0215 303/492–3398 FAX 303/492–5894 Email: georges@spot.colorado.edu Dr. Wayne O.Johnson (1999) Department Manager, Analytical Research and Physical Measurements Science Rohm and Haas Company Research Laboratory 727 Norristown Road Spring House, PA 19477–0904 215/619–5365 FAX 215/619–1607 Email: rsrwoj@rohmhaas.com Dr. Helen H.Lee (1998) Associate Professor of Medical Biotechnology Department of Haematology Clinical School of Medicine University of Cambridge MRC Centre, Hills Road Cambridge CB2 2QH, United Kingdom 44–1223–412485 or 44–1223–548000 FAX 44–1223–323427

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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Dr. Douglas E.Leng (1998) Consultant LENG Associates 1714 Sylvan Lane Midland, MI 48640–2538 Phone and FAX 517/832–2624 Email: lengde@aol.com Dr. Anne L.Testoni (1999) Engineering Manager DEC-Digital Semiconductor 77 Reed Road HL02–3/N08 Hudson, MA 01749 508/568–5096 FAX 508/568–6453 Email: testoni@asdg.enet.dec.com