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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Subpanel for JILA Dr. Katharine B.Gebbie Director Physics Laboratory NIST Physics Building, Room B160 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–4200 FAX 301/975–3038 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Catherine D.Garmany Chair JILA University of Colorado Boulder, CO 80309–0440 303/492–8509 Email: email@example.com Dr. James E.Faller Chief, Quantum Physics Division Physics Laboratory NIST Physics Building, Room B160 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–4202 FAX 301/975–3038 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org JILA was established in 1962 by an agreement between the National Institute of Standards and Technology (at that time, the National Bureau of Standards) and the University of Colorado. Together NIST and the University operated JILA, located on the main University campus in Boulder, as a center for advanced research and teaching. JILA’s staff directed their activities at developing new measurement methods and standards, helping to improve industrial competitiveness, and contributing to technological education of students. The work of NIST and University scientists encompasses atomic and molecular interactions, spectroscopy and line broadening, chemical physics, optical and laser physics, nonlinear optics and optical communications, precision measurement, gravitational physics, geophysical measurement techniques, materials processing and semiconductor fabrication, nanometrology, stellar atmospheres and radiative transfer, and galactic astronomy. The Subpanel for JILA is charged with reporting its findings on the health and direction of JILA to both NIST and the University of Colorado. Subpanel for JILA Prof. George W.Flynn (1998) Higgins Professor of Chemistry 315 Havemeyer Hall Columbia University New York, NY 10027 212/854–4162 FAX 212/932–1289 Email: email@example.com Dr. Frances A.Houle (1998) Member, Research Staff IBM Corporation Almaden Research Center 650 Harry Road K18/D1 San Jose, CA 95120–6099 408/927–2420 FAX 408/927–2510 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Prof. H.Jeffrey Kimble (1998) Division of Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy California Institute of Technology MC12–33 Pasadena, CA 91125 818/395–8340 FAX 818/793–9506 Email: email@example.com Prof. Margaret M.Murnane (1998) Center for Ultrafast Optical Science University of Michigan 2200 Bonisteel Boulevard Ann Arbor, MI 48109–2099 313/763–5574 FAX 313/763–4876 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Carl A.Zanoni (1998) Vice President Research & Development Zygo Corporation 21 Laurel Brook Road Middlefield, CT 06455 860–347–8506 FAX 860/347–8372
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