Panel for Materials Science and Engineering

Dr. Lyle L.Schwartz

Director

Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory

NIST

Materials Building, Room B308

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

301/975–5659

FAX 301/926–8349

Email: lyle.schwartz@nist.gov

Dr. Dale E.Hall

Deputy Director

Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory

NIST

Materials Building, Room B308

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

301/975–5658

FAX 301/926–8349

Email: dale.hall@nist.gov

The Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory provides technical leadership and participates in developing the measurement and standards infrastructure related to materials critical to U.S. industry, academia, government, and the public. Materials science and engineering programs at NIST cover a full range of materials issues from design to processing to performance. A unifying aim is to acquire the knowledge and tools needed for intelligent manufacturing methods with real-time automated process controls.

Separate research initiatives address ceramics, metals, polymers, composites, and superconductors. This research supports efforts of U.S. industry to develop reliable, low-cost manufacturing methods for producing tailor-made materials and products with superior properties.

Through laboratory-organized consortia and one-to-one collaborations, NIST’s materials scientist and engineers work closely with industrial researchers. Examples include work on improved processing of rapidly solidified metal powders, polymer composites, ceramic machining, aerospace alloys, and non-destructive evaluation sensors for aluminum and steel manufacturing. The laboratory is also strengthening its relationships with manufacturers of high-technology products, the major users of advanced materials

Panel for Materials Science and Engineering

Chair:

Dr. James E.Nottke (1997)

DuPont Company (retired)

4470 Bashavia Wayside Road

Pfafftown, NC 27040

910/922–2630

FAX 910/721–2441

Email: nottke@aol.com

Dr. Robert L.Brown (1999)

Director, External Technology

The Gillette Co.

Prudential Tower Building, 49th Floor

Boston, MA 02199

617/421–7604

FAX 617/421–8484

Email: robert_brown@gillette.com



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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Panel for Materials Science and Engineering Dr. Lyle L.Schwartz Director Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory NIST Materials Building, Room B308 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–5659 FAX 301/926–8349 Email: lyle.schwartz@nist.gov Dr. Dale E.Hall Deputy Director Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory NIST Materials Building, Room B308 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–5658 FAX 301/926–8349 Email: dale.hall@nist.gov The Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory provides technical leadership and participates in developing the measurement and standards infrastructure related to materials critical to U.S. industry, academia, government, and the public. Materials science and engineering programs at NIST cover a full range of materials issues from design to processing to performance. A unifying aim is to acquire the knowledge and tools needed for intelligent manufacturing methods with real-time automated process controls. Separate research initiatives address ceramics, metals, polymers, composites, and superconductors. This research supports efforts of U.S. industry to develop reliable, low-cost manufacturing methods for producing tailor-made materials and products with superior properties. Through laboratory-organized consortia and one-to-one collaborations, NIST’s materials scientist and engineers work closely with industrial researchers. Examples include work on improved processing of rapidly solidified metal powders, polymer composites, ceramic machining, aerospace alloys, and non-destructive evaluation sensors for aluminum and steel manufacturing. The laboratory is also strengthening its relationships with manufacturers of high-technology products, the major users of advanced materials Panel for Materials Science and Engineering Chair: Dr. James E.Nottke (1997) DuPont Company (retired) 4470 Bashavia Wayside Road Pfafftown, NC 27040 910/922–2630 FAX 910/721–2441 Email: nottke@aol.com Dr. Robert L.Brown (1999) Director, External Technology The Gillette Co. Prudential Tower Building, 49th Floor Boston, MA 02199 617/421–7604 FAX 617/421–8484 Email: robert_brown@gillette.com

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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Dr. Stuart L.Cooper (1998) Dean of Engineering 135 DuPont Hall University of Delaware Newark, DE 19717–3101 302/831–8017 FAX 302/831–6751 Email: stuart.cooper@mvs.udel.edu Dr. John A.S.Green (1998) Vice President-Technology Aluminum Association 900–19th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 202/862–5121 FAX 202/862–5164 Dr. James D.Idol, Jr. (1999) Distinguished Professor, College of Engineering and Director, Center for Packaging Science and Engineering Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick Building 3529, Busch Campus Piscataway, NJ 08855 908/445–3224 FAX 908/445–0777 Dr. Lawrence C.Kravitz (1998) 7128 Wolftree Lane Rockville, MD 20852 301/770–6680 FAX 301/770–6681 Dr. Frederick F.Lange (1999) Professor of Materials Engineering and Professor of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering University of California, Santa Barbara College of Engineering, ENG III Santa Barbara, CA 93106 805/893–8248 FAX 805/893–8486 Email: flange@engineering.ucsb.edu Dr. Merrilea J.Mayo (1998) Department of Materials Science and Engineering Pennsylvania State University 222 Steidle Building University Park, PA 16802 814/863–7330 FAX 814/865–2917 Email: mayo@ems.psu.edu Dr. Donald E.McLemore (1999) Director of Technology and New Business Development Dow New Businesses The Dow Chemical Company Midland, MI 48674 517/636–8243 FAX 517/638–9385 Email: mclemorede@dow.com Dr. Boyd A.Mueller (1999) Manager, Process Science Howmet Corporation Operhall Research Center 1500 South Warner Street Whitehall, MI 49461–1895 616/894–7216 FAX 616/894–7826 Email: bmueller@howmet.com Prof. Donald R.Paul (1998) Melvin H.Gertz Regents Chair in Chemical Engineering Director, Center for Polymer Research Department of Chemical Engineering The University of Texas at Austin Austin, TX 78712–1062 512/471–5392 FAX 512/471–0542 Email: drp@che.utexas.edu

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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Dr. Dennis W.Readey (1999) Department of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering Colorado School of Mines 1500 Illinois Street Golden, CO 80401 303/273–3437 FAX 303/273–3795 Email: dreadey@mines.edu Dr. Walter L.Winterbottom (1997) Reliability Consultant 30106 Pipers Lane Court Farmington Hills, MI 48334 810/476–8207 FAX 810/477–4016 Ex Officio Member: Chair, Subpanel for Reactor Radiation Dr. David Long Price (1998) Senior Physicist Materials Science Division, Building 223 Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, IL 60439 708/252–5475 FAX 708/252–7777 Email: price@anlpns.pns.anl.gov