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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: List of Attendees." National Research Council. 2004. Summary of the Power Systems Workshop on Nanotechnology for the Intelligence Community: Interim Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10911.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: List of Attendees." National Research Council. 2004. Summary of the Power Systems Workshop on Nanotechnology for the Intelligence Community: Interim Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10911.
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Appendix B List of Attendees George Atkinson, NETI Technical Working Group Antonio Cantu, U.S. Secret Service Martin Carr, ITIC Kenneth Crelling, Department of Defense Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission James De Yoreo, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Daniel Doughty, Sandia National Laboratories Lawrence Dubois, SRI International James Ellenbogen, MITRE Corporation Alan Epstein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Wilhelm H. Gauster, Sandia National Laboratories Hollis Helms, NETI Technical Working Group Robert Hermann, Global Technology Partners Shirley Jackson, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Siegfried Janson, The Aerospace Corporation Anthony Laviano, Raytheon Ronald Lucas, Department of Defense Brigitte Rolfe, MITRE Corporation Debra Rolison, Naval Research Laboratory R. Paul Schaudies, Science Applications International Corporation Richard Silberglitt, RAND Corporation Diane Snyder, Rand Corporation Joseph Stockel, Power Systems Center Bill Vanderlinde, University of Maryland, Laboratory for Physical Sciences Cung Vu, Department of Defense Gerald Walsh, NETI Technical Working Group Julia Weertman, Northwestern University George Whitesides, Harvard University Ellen Williams, University of Maryland Mary Young, HRL Laboratories 1 1 27 . .

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The emergence of nanotechnology as a major science and technology research topic has sparked substantial interest by the intelligence community. In particular the community is interested both in the potential for nanotechnology to assist intelligence operations and threats it could create. To explore these questions, the Intelligence Technology Innovation Center asked the National Research Council to conduct a number of activities to illustrate the potential for nanotechnology to address key intelligence community needs. The first of these was a workshop to explore technology opportunities and challenges in power systems that could be addressed by nanotechnology. This report presents a summary of that workshop. It includes an overview of power technologies and discussions on nanoscale properties of energy storage materials, device experience, manufacturing and material handling considerations, and natural power.

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