emy of Arts and Sciences; a fellow of the American Physical Society, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the Royal Aeronautical Society, and the Royal Society of Arts; a foreign associate of the Japan Academy of Engineering and a foreign member of the British Royal Academy of Engineering. He has received the President's Certificate of Merit for his work in World War II, the Commander of the Order of Merit of Poland, and Distinguished Public Service Medals of the Department of Defense and of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. In 1991, Dr. Stever was awarded the National Medal of Science.
MICHIYUKI UENOHARA is executive advisor of NEC Corporation in Tokyo, Japan. He also serves as chairman of NEC Research Institute in Princeton, New Jersey, and chairman of the board of trustees at NEC Research Institute for Advanced Management Systems in Tokyo. Dr. Uenohara received his B.S. degree from Nihon University in Tokyo and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Ohio State University, all in electrical engineering. Before joining NEC, he worked at Bell Laboratories for 10 years. At NEC, he served as general manager of the Central Research Laboratories both before and after he was elected to the board of directors. In 1989, he resigned as senior executive vice president and director and took his present position. Dr. Uenohara represents Japan as a member of the High-Level Advisory Panel, which was established following a U.S.-Japan agreement on cooperation in research and development in science and technology, and he serves on various government councils, including the Higher Education Council of the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture. He is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a member of the Engineering Academy of Japan, and a foreign associate of both the U.S. National Academy of Engineering and the Swedish Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences.