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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 Contents Session I: Welcome and Keynote Address 1 New Forms of Cooperation and the Impact on Competitiveness, Senator Jeff Bingaman, 1 Session II: Perspectives on the AMPP from the Federal Agencies 6 Advanced Materials and Processing: The Federal Program in Materials Science and Technology, Lyle Schwartz, Director, Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory, NIST, and Chair, COMAT, 6 AMPP at the Department of Energy, Will Happer, Director, Office of Energy Research, U.S. DOE, 7 AMPP at the National Science Foundation, William Harris, Assistant Director for Mathematical and Physical Sciences, NSF, 7 AMPP at the Advanced Research Projects Agency, Lee Buchanan, Director, Defense Sciences Office, ARPA, 8 AMPP at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Daniel Goldin, Administrator, NASA, 8 Panel Discussion, 9 Session III: Integration of Science, Engineering, and Societal Needs in Materials 10 National Laboratories: Their Role in U.S. Economic Security, Al Narath, President, Sandia National Laboratories, 10 Government Technology Policy: What Should It Do?, Don E. Kash, George Mason University, 11 The Role of Consortia in U.S. Industrial Competitiveness, Craig Fields, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, 12 Session IV: Challenges for Materials in the 21st Century 14 Motorola: Cooperative Efforts in Microelectronics in the United States, Thomas D. George, President and General Manager, Semiconductor Products Sector, Motorola, Inc., 14 IBM: The Technology Value Chain: Evolution and Implications, James C. McGroddy, Vice President of Research, IBM Corporation, 15 AT&T Bell Laboratories: The Changing Role of Industrial Research, William Brinkman, Executive Director of Physics and Engineering Sciences, AT&T Bell Laboratories, 17 Boeing: Engineering Needs in Structural Materials, Donald Lovell, Chief Engineer of Structural Materials, Boeing Company, 18 General Electric: High-Strength Lightweight Materials for Transportation, James C. Williams, General Manager, Engineering Materials Technology Laboratories, General Electric Company, 18 Hewlett Packard: Emerging Technologies in the U.S. Optoelectronics Industry, Roland Haitz, Components Group R&D Manager, Hewlett Packard Company, 19 Session V: Challenges for Materials in the 21st Century (cont.) 20 Technology Transfer Activities in Government Laboratories, Panel: Bill R. Appleton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Daniel Arvizu, Sandia National Laboratories; and Roger Lewis, Department of Energy, 20 The Changing Climate for Precompetitive R&D Collaboration, John P. McTague, Vice President for Research, Ford Motor Company, 20 University Research in Tomorrow's Environment, Venkatesh Narayanamurti, Dean of Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara, 21 Engineering Education in the 21st Century, Raymond Orbach, University of California at Riverside, 22 Appendix A: Forum Agenda 24 Appendix B: Parent Board and Commission Membership 26
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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