Panel for Electronics and Electrical Engineering

Judson C.French

Director

Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory

NIST

Metrology Building, Room B358

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

301/975–2220

FAX 301/975–4091

Email: judson.french@nist.gov

Dr. Alan H.Cookson

Acting Deputy Director

Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory

NIST

Metrology Building, Room B358

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

301/975–2220

FAX 301/975–4091

Email: alan.cookson@nist.gov

The Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory provides the fundamental basis for all electrical measurements in the United States. In close consultation with industry, research and measurement service programs are tailored to meet the most critical measurement needs for the manufacture, market exchange and use of electrical and electronic materials, components and systems, including semiconductor, magnetic, radio-frequency, microwave, optoelectronics and superconducting products flat-panel displays, electronic instrumentation, and electrical power apparatus and systems.

Other programs are concerned with basic research to develop quantum standards that enable more accurate maintenance of the fundamental electrical units. Laboratory researchers also conduct studies on the new measurements needed for the successful development of promising future technologies such as high-temperature superconductors, quantum mechanical devices, and hybrid computer chips that utilize both electronic and lightwave signals. These measurement techniques, as well as Standard Reference Materials, such as those developed for optical fiber diameter, silicon resistivity, and superconducting critical current, play a significant role in helping to improve the efficiency and quality of manufacturing.

In addition, the laboratory manages metrology development work across NIST in response to the needs of mainstream silicon semiconductor device manufacturing. It also applies science and technology to solve key problems of the criminal justice communities.

Panel for Electronics and Electrical Engineering

Chair:

Dr. V.Thomas Rhyne (1999)

Manager of Strategic Programs

Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector

Mail Drop TX30/OE14

6501 William Cannon Drive West

Austin, TX 78735–8598

512/891–6916

FAX 512/891–3785

Email: t.rhyne@ieee.org

Dr. Karen H.Brown (1998)

Director of Lithography

SEMATECH

2706 Montopolis Drive

Austin, TX 78741

512/356–3499

FAX 512/356–3618



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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Panel for Electronics and Electrical Engineering Judson C.French Director Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory NIST Metrology Building, Room B358 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–2220 FAX 301/975–4091 Email: judson.french@nist.gov Dr. Alan H.Cookson Acting Deputy Director Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory NIST Metrology Building, Room B358 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–2220 FAX 301/975–4091 Email: alan.cookson@nist.gov The Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory provides the fundamental basis for all electrical measurements in the United States. In close consultation with industry, research and measurement service programs are tailored to meet the most critical measurement needs for the manufacture, market exchange and use of electrical and electronic materials, components and systems, including semiconductor, magnetic, radio-frequency, microwave, optoelectronics and superconducting products flat-panel displays, electronic instrumentation, and electrical power apparatus and systems. Other programs are concerned with basic research to develop quantum standards that enable more accurate maintenance of the fundamental electrical units. Laboratory researchers also conduct studies on the new measurements needed for the successful development of promising future technologies such as high-temperature superconductors, quantum mechanical devices, and hybrid computer chips that utilize both electronic and lightwave signals. These measurement techniques, as well as Standard Reference Materials, such as those developed for optical fiber diameter, silicon resistivity, and superconducting critical current, play a significant role in helping to improve the efficiency and quality of manufacturing. In addition, the laboratory manages metrology development work across NIST in response to the needs of mainstream silicon semiconductor device manufacturing. It also applies science and technology to solve key problems of the criminal justice communities. Panel for Electronics and Electrical Engineering Chair: Dr. V.Thomas Rhyne (1999) Manager of Strategic Programs Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector Mail Drop TX30/OE14 6501 William Cannon Drive West Austin, TX 78735–8598 512/891–6916 FAX 512/891–3785 Email: t.rhyne@ieee.org Dr. Karen H.Brown (1998) Director of Lithography SEMATECH 2706 Montopolis Drive Austin, TX 78741 512/356–3499 FAX 512/356–3618

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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Dr. Ralph K.Cavin, III (1999) Vice President for Research Operations Semiconductor Research Corporation 79 Alexander Drive Research Triangle Park, NC 27709–2053 919/941–9400 FAX 919/941–9450 Email: cavin@src.org Prof. Larry A.Coldren (1999) Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Room 1339, Engineering II University of California Santa Barbara, CA 93106–9560 805/893–4486 FAX 805/893–4500 Email: coldren@ece.ucsb.edu Prof. James P.Eisenstein (1999) Condensed Matter Physics, 114–36 California Institute of Technology 1200 East California Boulevard Pasadena, CA 91125 818/395–4649 FAX 818/683–9060 Email: jpe@caltech.edu Mr. H.R.Hofmann (1998) Distinguished Member of Technical Staff Electromagnetic Compatibility Test & Procedures Group Lucent Technologies, Room 2B-220 2000 North Naperville Road Naperville, IL 60566–7033 708/979–3627 FAX 708/979–5755 Email: hrh@ihgp7.lucent.com hrhofmann@lucent.com Dr. Roger F.Hoyt (1999) IBM Storage Systems Division M8LA2D046/0122 5600 Cottle Road San Jose, CA 95193 408/256–0479 FAX 408/256–1044 Email: rfhoyt@almaden.ibm.com Dr. Carl O.Jelinek (1999) Consulting Engineer Jelinek and Associates 1349 Ramona Drive Camarillo, CA 93010 805/987–8474 Email: cjelinek@ix.netcom.com Dr. Donald B.Keck (1998) Director, Optics and Photonics Corning, Inc. SP-FR-02–09 Corning, NY 14831 607/974–3095 FAX 607/974–3726 Email: keck_db@coming.com Mr. Solomon Max (1999) Staff Scientist LTX Corporation LTX Park at University Avenue Westwood, MA 02090–2306 617/467–5275 FAX 617/329–6880 Email: sol_max@ltx.com Dr. Suzanne R.Nagel (1999) Director Engineering Research Center Lucent Technologies Princeton, NJ 08542–0900 609/639–2278 FAX 609/639–2343 Email: suzanne.nagel@lucent.com Ms. Lori S.Nye (1998) Vice President, Commercial MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. 501 Pearl Drive P.O. Box 8 St. Peters, MO 63376 314/279–5595 FAX 314/279–5160 Email: lnye@memc.com

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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Dr. William G.Oldham (1999) Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California at Berkeley 231 Cory Hall #1770 Berkeley, CA 94720–1770 510/642–2318 FAX 510/642–2739 Email: oldham@eecs.berkeley.edu Dr. Don Parker (1997) Manager, Active Array Programs Microwave Division Sensors & Communications Systems Segment Hughes Aircraft Company Building R1, Mail Stop B533 P.O. Box 92426 Los Angeles, CA 90009 310/334–8534 FAX 310/334–8035 Email: dparker@ccgate.hac.com Dr. Alton D.Patton (1997) Professor Department of Electrical Engineering Texas A&M University College Station, TX 77843–3128 409/845–8932 FAX 409/845–6259 Email: patton@ee.tamu.edu Dr. John M.Rowell (1997) Consultant Conductus Inc. 102 Exeter Drive Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922 908/464–6994 FAX 908/665–9589 Email: jmberkhts@aol.com Dr. Robert E.Schwall (1997) Vice President, Engineered Products American Superconductor Corporation 2 Technology Drive Westborough, MA 01581 508/836–4200 FAX 508/836–4248 Email: bschwall@acs.mhs.compuserve.com Dr. Thomas J.Shaffner (1999) Manager Materials Characterization Laboratory Texas Instruments Incorporated Research Building 13588 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75243 214/995–6764 FAX 214/995–7785 Email: shaffner@crlmsm.csc.ti.com Dr. Peter W.Staecker (1998) Director of Engineering Corporate R&D Center M/A-COM, Inc. 100 Chelmsford Street Lowell, MA 01851 508/656–2607 FAX 508/656–2777 Email: staeckep@macom.com Dr. Hugo Vifian (1997) Vice President, Strategic Planning Harmonic Lightwaves 549 Baltic Way Sunnyvale, CA 94089 408/542–2776 FAX 408/542–2520 Email: hugo.vifian@harmonic-lightwaves.com Mr. John A.Wehrmeyer (1999) Technical Manager Corporate Metrology Center Eastman Kodak Company 901 Elmgrove Road Rochester, NY 14653–5507 716/726–4427 FAX 716/726–1671 Email: techman@kodak.com