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The Advanced Materials and Processing Program and the Restructuring of Materials Science and Technology in the United States: From Research to Manufacturing: Proceedings of the 1993 Solid State Sciences Committee Forum Appendix A: Forum Agenda May 4, 1993 Session I: Welcome and Keynote Address 0830 Welcome and Introduction Robert M. White, Vice Chair, NRC Jim Williams, Chair, NMAB, and David Litster, Chair, SSSC 0845 Keynote Address: New Forms of Cooperation and the Impact on Competitiveness Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-New Mexico) 0915 Questions from the Audience Session II: Perspectives on the AMPP from the Federal Agencies 0930 Advanced Materials and Processing: The Federal Program in Materials Science and Technology Lyle Schwartz, Director, Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory, NIST, and Chair, COMAT 1000 National Science Foundation William Harris, Assistant Director for Mathematical and Physical Sciences 1030 Department of Energy Will Happer, Director, Office of Energy Research 1100 Advanced Research Projects Agency Gary Denman, Director 1130 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Daniel Goldin, Administrator 1200 Panel Discussion Above plus Bill Appleton, Praveen Chaudhari, Henry Ehrenreich, Merton Flemings, Bob Laudise, David Litster, John Poate, and Jim Williams 1230 Questions from the Audience 1300 Lunch Session III: Integration of Science, Engineering, and Societal Needs in Materials 1430 National Laboratories: Their Role in U.S. Economic Security Al Narath, Sandia National Laboratories 1515 Government Technology Policy: What Should It Do? Don E. Kash, George Mason University 1545 Break 1600 The Role of Consortia in U.S. Industrial Competitiveness Craig Fields, MCC 1630 Discussion and Closing Remarks Jim Williams and David Litster 1700 Reception
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The Advanced Materials and Processing Program and the Restructuring of Materials Science and Technology in the United States: From Research to Manufacturing: Proceedings of the 1993 Solid State Sciences Committee Forum May 5, 1993 Session IV: Challenges for Materials in the 21st Century 0845 Welcome and Introduction Jim Williams, Chair, NMAB; David Litster, Chair, SSSC; and John Poate, Washington Materials Forum 0900 Motorola: Cooperative Efforts in Microelectronics in the United States Tommy George, Motorola 0930 IBM: The Technology Value Chain: Evolution and Implications Jim McGroddy, IBM 1000 AT&T Bell Laboratories: The Changing Role of Industrial Research William Brinkman, AT&T 1030 Break 1100 Boeing: Engineering Needs in Structural Materials Don Lovell, Boeing 1130 General Electric: High-Strength Light-weight Materials for Transportation Jim Williams, GE 1200 Hewlett Packard: Emerging Technologies in the U.S. Optoelectronics Industry Roland Haitz, Hewlett Packard 1230 Lunch Session V: Challenges for Materials in the 21st Century (cont.) 1400 Technology Transfer Activities in Government Laboratories Panel: Bill Appleton, ORNL; Dan Arvizu, Sandia; Roger Lewis, DOE 1445 The Changing Climate for Precompetitive R&D Collaboration John P. McTague, Ford Motor Co. 1515 Break 1530 University Research in Tomorrow's Environment Venkatesh Narayanamurti, UC Santa Barbara 1600 Engineering Education in the 21st Century Raymond Orbach, UC Riverside 1630 Discussion and Closing Remarks Jim Williams, David Litster, and John Poate 1700 Adjourn
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