11:00 am

Laser Welding

Dave Farson, Ohio State

11:30 am

Discussion

 

Noon

Lunch

 

SMALL-SCALE INDUSTRY USERS

1:00 pm

Cryogenics

Garry Ferguson, Oxford Instruments

1:30 pm

Fiber Optics Production

Siu-Ping Hong, Lucent

2:00 pm

Magnetic Measuring Systems

Ron Sager, Quantum Design

2:30 pm

Coolant for Nuclear Reactors

Mark Haynes, General Atomics

3:00 pm

Break

 

3:15 pm

Semiconductor Fabrication

John Pilot, Intel

3:45 pm

Cryo/Superconducting Electronics

Elie Trak, Hypres Digital Electronics

4:15 pm

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Phillip Eckels, General Electric

4:45 pm

Discussion

 

5:30 pm

Adjourn

 

Wednesday, December 9, 1998

7:30 am

Breakfast

 

8:30 am

Convene

R. Beebe and J. Reppy

RESEARCH USERS

8:40 am

Overview

D. Allan Bromley, Yale University

 

Inelastic Demand for Helium at a National Accelerator Facility

Claus Rode, Jefferson Laboratory

 

Academic Research Needs

Douglas Osheroff, Stanford University

 

Future Industrial Needs for Magnets

Hans Schneider-Muntau, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

 

Training of Future Generations of Scientists

Peter Koch, SUNY-Stony Brook

 

Ground-Based Astronomy Needs

Morris Aizenman, Astronomical Sciences Division, National Science Foundation

 

Small Users in Academia and NSF Recovery Program

Douglas K. Finnemore, Iowa State University

 

Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider Project

Michael J. Harrison, Brookhaven National Laboratory

Noon

Lunch

 

1:00 pm

Superconductivity Activities in Japan

Don Gubser, NRL

1:30 pm

Adjourn

 



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