Panel for Manufacturing Engineering

Dr. Richard H.F.Jackson

Director

Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory

NIST

Metrology Building, Room B322

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

301/975–3400

FAX 301/948–5668

Email: richard.jackson@nist.gov

Mark Luce

Deputy Director

Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory

NIST

Metrology Building, Room B322

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

301/975–3400

FAX 301/948–5668

Email: mark.luce@nist.gov

NIST engineers and scientists are developing many of the tools for automated intelligent-processing systems that will soon be the core of all world-class manufacturing operations. These components include intelligent machines; advanced sensors for real-time in-process measurements; software for precision control of machine tools; and information technology for integrating all elements of a product’s life cycle, from planning and design through marketing and customer support.

The Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory provides technical support for industry groups that develop standards for measurements, measurement techniques, hardware, software, and data interfaces. It operates the National Advanced Manufacturing Testbed, a unique national resource for study of advanced infrastructure technologies required to support future manufacturing operations at both the systems and equipment levels. Laboratory researchers also work at the forefront of the emerging field of nanofabrication, developing measurements tools for atomic-scale production technologies of the future.

Laboratory staff members work closely with their industry counterparts, from the planning of research projects to the dissemination of results.

Panel for Manufacturing Engineering

Chair:

Mr. Stuart G.Miller (1997)

General Electric Corporate Research & Development (retired)

5502 Surrey Downs Court

Wilmington, NC 28403

910/799–1036

Prof. Jan D.Achenbach (1998)

McCormick School Professor

Center for Quality Engineering and Failure Prevention

Room 324 Catalysis Building

2137 North Sheridan Road

Northwestern University

Evanston, IL 60208–3020

847/491–5527

FAX 847/491–5227

Email: achenbach@nwu.edu



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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Panel for Manufacturing Engineering Dr. Richard H.F.Jackson Director Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory NIST Metrology Building, Room B322 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–3400 FAX 301/948–5668 Email: richard.jackson@nist.gov Mark Luce Deputy Director Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory NIST Metrology Building, Room B322 Gaithersburg, MD 20899 301/975–3400 FAX 301/948–5668 Email: mark.luce@nist.gov NIST engineers and scientists are developing many of the tools for automated intelligent-processing systems that will soon be the core of all world-class manufacturing operations. These components include intelligent machines; advanced sensors for real-time in-process measurements; software for precision control of machine tools; and information technology for integrating all elements of a product’s life cycle, from planning and design through marketing and customer support. The Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory provides technical support for industry groups that develop standards for measurements, measurement techniques, hardware, software, and data interfaces. It operates the National Advanced Manufacturing Testbed, a unique national resource for study of advanced infrastructure technologies required to support future manufacturing operations at both the systems and equipment levels. Laboratory researchers also work at the forefront of the emerging field of nanofabrication, developing measurements tools for atomic-scale production technologies of the future. Laboratory staff members work closely with their industry counterparts, from the planning of research projects to the dissemination of results. Panel for Manufacturing Engineering Chair: Mr. Stuart G.Miller (1997) General Electric Corporate Research & Development (retired) 5502 Surrey Downs Court Wilmington, NC 28403 910/799–1036 Prof. Jan D.Achenbach (1998) McCormick School Professor Center for Quality Engineering and Failure Prevention Room 324 Catalysis Building 2137 North Sheridan Road Northwestern University Evanston, IL 60208–3020 847/491–5527 FAX 847/491–5227 Email: achenbach@nwu.edu

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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Mr. Sushil Birla (1997) Technical Staff General Motors Corporation North American Operations Manufacturing Technology Center, Bldg. 1–9 Manufacturing Bldg. B, Mail B/MD-55 30300 Mound Road Warren, MI 48090–9040 810/947–0234 Email: birlas@eecs.umich.edu Mr. D.Jeffrey Bostock (1998) Vice President for Service and Construction Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant Lockheed Martin Energy Systems P.O. Box 2009 Oak Ridge, TN 37831–8004 423/574–3761 FAX 423/576–8697 Mr. Walt W.Braithwaite (1997) Vice President Information and Support Services The Boeing Company P.O. Box 3707, Mail Stop 7A-40 Seattle, WA 98124–2207 206/865–3300 FAX 206/865–2953 Ms. Dorothy M.Comassar (1997) General Manager Manufacturing & Quality Technology Department Aircraft Engine Engineering Division GE Aircraft Engines One Neumann Way C67 Cincinnati, OH 45215–1988 513/243–4976 FAX 513/243–0900 Prof. Jose B.Cruz, Jr. (1998) Dean, College of Engineering The Ohio State University 142A Hitchcock Hall 2070 Neil Avenue Columbus, OH 43210–1275 614/292–2836 FAX 614/292–3244 Email: cruz+@osu.edu Prof. David Dornfeld (1998) Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director, Engineering Systems Research Center University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, CA 94720–1740 510/642–0906 FAX 510/643–7463 Email: dornfeld@dornfeld.me.berkeley.edu Mr. Robert J.Douglas (1997) Senior Vice President of Operations BWI Inex 13327 U.S. 19 North Clearwater, FL 34624 813/535–5502 FAX 813/532–8513 Dr. Johnson A.Edosomwan (1998) President & Chief Executive Officer Johnson & Johnson Associates, Inc. Efe Quality House 3970 Chain Bridge Road Fairfax, VA 22030 703/359–5969 FAX 703/359–5971 Dr. Hazem Ezzat (1999) Head Manufacturing and Design Systems Department GM Research & Development Center Mail Code 480–106–285 30500 Mound Road Warren, MI 48090–9055 810/986–1554 FAX 810/986–1532

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Board on Assessment of NIST Programs: Directory of Board and Panel Members, Fiscal Year 1997 Dr. James L.Flanagan (1997) Vice President for Research Rutgers University Center for Computer Aids for Industrial Productivity Frelinghuysen Road Piscataway, NJ 08855–1390 908/445–3443 FAX 908/445–0547 Dr. George J.Hess (1999) Vice President, Planning The Ingersoll Milling Machine Company 707 Fulton Avenue Rockford, IL 61103 815/987–6121 FAX 815/987–6725 Email: 70541.1114@compuserve.com Dr. Michael E.Kahn (1998) Vice President and General Manager Film Measurement Division Tencor Instruments One Technology Drive Milipitas, CA 95035 408/571–3000 FAX 408/571–3030 Email: mike.kahn@tencor.com Dr. Richard L.Kegg (1998) Vice President Technology and Manufacturing Development Cincinnati Milacron, Inc. 4701 Marburg Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45209 513/841–8704 FAX 513/841–8996 Dr. E.Ray McClure (1997) Tumax Engineering 5721 Crestmont Avenue Livermore, CA 94550 FAX 510/371–4631 Email: 0001189481@mcimail.com 73076.33@compuserve.com Prof. Steven R.Patterson (1997) Distinguished Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science University of North Carolina at Charlotte Charlotte, NC 28223 704/547–3494 FAX 704/547–3246 Email: spatters@uncc.edu