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Chapter: Appendix B: Liaison Representatives, Panels, Committees, and Contributors

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Liaison Representatives, Panels, Committees, and Contributors." National Research Council. 1974. Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10435.
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APPENDIX B
LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES, PANELS, COMMITTEES, AND CONTRIBUTORS

Liaison Representatives to COSMAT

Emanuel Haynes

National Science Foundation

Charles E.Falk and Arley T.Bever acted in this capacity during the first two years of the Survey. Harold W.Paxton also participated in the liaison activities. Jack T. Sanderson was the overall COSPUP program officer for NSF during the Survey. Bodo Bartocha and Israel Warshaw played an important role in the initiation of the Survey.

Franklin P.Huddle

Library of Congress

Richard A.Carpenter acted in this capacity during the first eighteen months of the Survey

Emanuel Horowitz

Interagency Council for Materials

George C.Deutsch and Earl T.Hayes acted in this capacity during the first two years of the Survey.

C.Martin Stickley

Advanced Research Projects Agency

Maurice J.Sinnott acted in this capacity during the first two years of the Survey. Robert A.Huggins played an important role in the initiation of the Survey.

Panel I—Materials and Society

Melvin Kranzberg (Chairman)

Georgia Institute of Technology

Cyril S.Smith (Co-Chairman)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Harold J.Barnett

Washington University

Walter R.Hibbard, Jr.

Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation

Richard W.Roberts

National Bureau of Standards

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Liaison Representatives, Panels, Committees, and Contributors." National Research Council. 1974. Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10435.
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Panel II—The Nature of Materials Science and Engineering

Richard Claassen (Chairman)

Sandia Laboratories

Joseph D.Andrade

University of Utah

Albert G.H.Dietz

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Harold E.Goeller

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Julius J.Harwood

Ford Motor Company

Robert A.Huggins

Stanford University

Morton E.Jones

Texas Instruments, Inc.

Hans H.Landsberg

Resources for the Future, Inc.

Alan M.Lovelace

United States Air Force

Morris Tanenbaum

Western Electric Company, Inc.

Consultant

John P.Howe

Gulf General Atomics, Inc.

Liaison from Data and Information Panel

Lawrence H.Van Vlack

The University of Michigan

Panel III—Institutional Framework of Materials Science and Engineering

Walter R.Hibbard, Jr. (Chairman)

Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation

Donald J.Blickwede

Bethlehem Steel Corporation

Paul Chenea

General Motors Corporation

Roger S.Porter

University of Massachusetts

Rustum Roy

Pennsylvania State University

Paul Shewmon

Argonne National Laboratory

Liaison from Data and Information Panel

G.Frederick Boiling

Ford Motor Company

Committee III-A Industry

Paul F.Chenea (Chairman)

General Motors Corporation

Raymond F.Boyer

Dow Chemical Company

Joseph E.Burke

General Electric Company

Jacob E.Goldman

The Xerox Corporation

Fred D.Rosi

Private Consultant

Abe Silverstein

Republic Steel Corporation

Gordon K.Teal

Texas Instruments, Inc.

Consultant

Keith D.Gardels

General Motors Corporation

Committee III-B Government

Paul Shewmon (Chairman)

Argonne National Laboratory

Thomas A.Henrie

Department of the Interior

Robb M.Thomson

National Bureau of Standards

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Liaison Representatives, Panels, Committees, and Contributors." National Research Council. 1974. Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10435.
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Committee III-C Education

Rustum Roy (Chairman)

Pennsylvania State University

Fred W.Billmeyer

Renssalear Polytechnic Institute

Angel G.Jordan

Carnegie-Mellon University

Robert Maddin

University of Pennsylvania

Walter S.Owen

Northwestern University

J.Robert Schrieffer

University of Pennsylvania

Committee III-D Professional Activities and Manpower

Donald J.Blickwede (Chairman)

Bethlehem Steel Corporation

John D.Alden

Engineering Manpower Commission

Milton Harris

Private Consultant

Roger S.Porter

University of Massachusetts

A.R.Putnam

American Society for Metals

Karl Schwartzwalder

A.C.Spark Plug Division

Panel IV—World Activities in Materials Science and Engineering

W.O.Baker (Chairman)

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.

N.Bruce Hannay

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.

Franklin P.Huddle

Library of Congress

Herman F.Mark

Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn

Earl R.Parker

University of California, Berkeley

David Swan

Kennecott Copper Corporation

Kyle Wing

International Telephone and Telegraph, Inc.

Consultant

Nathan E.Promisel

National Materials Advisory Board (NAS-NAE-NRC)

Liaison from Data and Information Panel

Robert I.Jaffee

Battelle Memorial Institute

Panel V—Lessons and Opportunities Within Materials Science and Engineering

Daniel C.Drucker

University of Illinois

N.Bruce Hannay

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.

Panel VI—National Objectives and the Contribution of Materials Science and Engineering

Hans H.Landsberg

Resources for the Future, Inc.

Roland W.Schmitt

General Electric Company

Liaison from Data and Information Panel

Kenneth A.Jackson

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Liaison Representatives, Panels, Committees, and Contributors." National Research Council. 1974. Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10435.
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Data and Information Panel (DIP)

Robert I.Jaffee (Chairman)

Battelle Memorial Institute

G.Frederick Bolling

Ford Motor Company

John C.Fisher

General Electric Company

Kenneth A.Jackson

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.

Robert W.Keyes

IBM, Inc.

Humboldt W.Leverenz

RCA Corporation

Lawrence H.Van Vlack

The University of Michigan

Consultants

James D.Livingston

General Electric Company

William M.Perry

Bethlehem Steel Corporation

Anthony R.Pierce

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.

Myron Wish

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.

Liaison Representatives

James H.Brown

National Science Foundation

George C.Deutsch

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Franklin P.Huddle

Library of Congress

Leonard L.Lederman

National Science Foundation

Paul Zinner

Department of the Interior

Programmers

Mary Campagnucci

Anne B.Kane

Secretaries

Diane M.Laverty

Catharine E.Little

Judith M.Marshall

Marguerite A.Meyer

Jasmine C.Smith

Individual Contributors

Numerous other persons from both the United States and abroad also contributed to the COSMAT study by providing information, preparing position papers, undertaking data analysis, reviewing reports, and responding to various questionnaires. Their cooperation has proved invaluable. The scope of these contributions will be given in the main Survey Report.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Liaison Representatives, Panels, Committees, and Contributors." National Research Council. 1974. Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10435.
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U.S. Technical Societies Addressed for Information

American Ceramic Society

American Chemical Society

American Concrete Institute

American Foundrymen’s Society

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

American Iron and Steel Institute

American Nuclear Society

American Physical Society

American Society of Civil Engineers

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

American Society for Metals

American Society for Nondestructive Testing

American Society for Quality Control

American Society for Testing and Materials

American Welding Society

Association of Iron and Steel Engineers

Electrochemical Society

Electron Microscopy Society of America

Federation of Societies for Paint Technology

Forest Products Research Society

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

Instrument Society of America

National Association of Corrosion Engineers

National Association of Power Engineers

Optical Society of America

Society of Aerospace Material and Process Engineers

Society of Automotive Engineers

Society for Experimental Stress Analysis

Society of Manufacturing Engineers

Society of Plastics Engineers

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Liaison Representatives, Panels, Committees, and Contributors." National Research Council. 1974. Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10435.
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