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APPENDIX E F Workshop Participants CHALLENGES FOR THE CHEMICAL SCIENCES IN THE 21ST CENTURY: WORKSHOP ON THE ENVIRONMENT November 16-18, 2002 Hamid Abbasi, Gas Technology Institute Heather C. Allen, Ohio State University James G. Anderson, Harvard University Ken B. Anderson, Argonne National Laboratory Thomas W. Asmus, DaimlerChrysler Corporation Roger Atkinson, University of California, Riverside Betsey L. Ballash, University of California, Davis Mark A. Barteau, University of Delaware Philip H. Brodsky, Pharmacia (Retired) Gordon E. Brown, Jr., Stanford University William H. Brune, The Pennsylvania State University Steven H. Cadle, General Motors Ruben G. Carbonell, North Carolina State University A. Welford Castleman, Jr., The Pennsylvania State University Marge Cavanaugh, National Science Foundation Uma Chowdhry, The DuPont Company Helena Chum, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Yoram Cohen, University of California, Los Angeles Dady Dadyburjor, West Virginia University Liese Dallbauman, Gas Technology Institute Barry Dellinger, Louisiana State University 155
156 David A. Dixon, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Sandra K. Dudley, CH2M Hill William H. Farland, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Howard J. Feldman, American Petroleum Institute Allan M. Ford, Gulf Breeze, Florida Joseph S. Francisco, Purdue University Jean H. Futrell, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Raymond J. Garant, American Chemical Society Richard A. Gross, Polytechnic University Patrick G. Hatcher, The Ohio State University George R. Helz, University of Maryland, College Park John C. Hemminger, University of California, Irvine Janet G. Hering, California Institute of Technology Robert E. Huie, National Institute of Standards and Technology William M. Jackson, University of California, Davis Robert G. Keesee, University at Albany, SUNY Charles Kolb, Aerodyne Research, Inc. Stephen G. Maroldo, Rohm and Haas Company Stephen W. McElvany, Office of Naval Research Kristopher McNeill, University of Minnesota Jay C. Means, Western Michigan University Mario J. Molina, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Francis M. M. Morel, Princeton University Karl T. Mueller, The Pennsylvania State University Mary Neu, Los Alamos National Laboratory Parry M. Norling, RAND Mitchio Okumura, California Institute of Technology Charles Peden, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Jeffery P. Perl, Chicago Chem Consultants Corporation Michael J. Prather, University of California, Irvine Douglas Ray, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Sharon M. Robinson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory J.W. Rogers, Jr., Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Michael Romanos, University of Cincinnati F. Sherwood Rowland, University of California, Irvine Eric S. Saltzman, University of California, Irvine John H. Seinfeld, California Institute of Technology Brent Shanks, Iowa State University Jeffrey J. Siirola, Eastman Chemical Company Subhas K. Sikdar, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Christine S. Sloane, General Motors Corporation Lynda Soderholm, Argonne National Laboratory Michael K. Stern, Monsanto Company APPENDIX F
APPENDIX F Mark H. Thiemens, University of California, San Diego Matthew Tirrell, University of California, Santa Barbara Sam Traina, University of California, Merced Frank P. Tully, U.S. Department of Energy Richard P. Turco, University of California, Los Angeles Jay R. Turner, Washington University Jeanette M. Van Emon, U.S. Environnmental Protection Agency Israel E. Wachs, Lehigh University John C. Westall, Oregon State University Elizabeth K. Wilson, Chemical & Engineering News 157