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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Workshop Participants and Agenda." 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 A: Workshop Participants and Agenda." 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 A: Workshop Participants and Agenda." 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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1 Appendix A Workshop Participants and Agenda PARTICIPANTS Topic I: Overview of Power Technologies Presenters: George Blomgren, Blomgren Consulting, Lakewood, Ohio John Miller, consultant, JME Inc. Daniel Steingart, University of California, Berkeley Topic 2: Nanoscale Properties of Energy Storage Materials Presenters: Dane Morgan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge Dan Scherson, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio Ann Marie Sastry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Topic 3: Device Experience Presenters: Esther Takeuchi, Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, Inc., Clarence, New York Nancy Delaney, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Knoxville, Tennessee Robert Nowack, Consultant, Silver Spring, Maryland Topic 4: Manufacturing and Material Handling Consideration Presenters: Terry Lowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory Kevin Hernker, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland Topic 5: Natural Power Presenters: George Whitesides, Harvard University Michael Helter, University of California, San Diego 1 Topic 6: Review of the National Science Foundation Report Approaches to Combat Terrorism: Opportunities for Basic Research in Energy/Power Sources 1 23 .

1 24 Summary of the Power Systems Workshop AGENDA l Thursday, October 9, 2003 7:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:00 Call to order and review of meeting Robert Hermann, Chair objectives , 8:05 Composition and balance discussion Dennis Chamot, DEPS 8:45 Break 8:55 Overview of NETI program Martin Carr ITIC videotape 9:40 10:10 10:40 Survey of power systems/programs for the Enoch Wang intelligence community Discussion Break Topic I: Overview of Power Technologies 10:50 Discussion items: 12:20 p.m. Lunch Battery systems Supercapacitors Energy harvesting Topic 2: Nanoscale Properties of Energy Storage Materials 1:00 Discussion Items: Ab initio considerations Laboratory observations and modeling Surface science perspective Chemistry perspective Mechanical and physical property Perspective Outside participants: George Blomgren, John Miller, and Daniel Steingart Outside participants: Dane Morgan, Dan Scherson, Ann Marie Sastry

Appendix A 2:50 Break Topic 3: Dence Experience 3:00 Discussion Items: l Implantable and biomedical power sources Micro power sources for MEMS and NEMS devices · Soldier power energy systems 4:40 Chairman's time 5:00 Adjourn 7:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast Friday, October 10, 2003 Topic 4: Manufacturing and Material Handling Considerations Discussion items: 8:00 · Considerations for the handling, compounding of nanosize materials · Resilence of micro/nano mateials for energy storage and power sources Topic S: Natural Power Discussion items: 9:10 · Bio-based nano systems The nature of power Topic 6: Review of the National Science Foundation Report ~ 0:00 Recent NSF nanotechnology study \ 10:20 Break 0:30 Chairman's time 10:50 Break 1 11:00 Sponsor discussion of positioning and 25 1 Outside participants: Esther Takeuchi, Nancy Dudney, Robert Nowak Robert Hermann Outside participants: Terry Lowe, Kevin Hemker Outside participants: George Whitesides, Michael Helter Robert Hermann Martin Carr/Ierry Walsh 1

1 26 Summary of the Power Systems Workshop locating 12:00 p.m. Lunch 1:00 Committee discussions 3:00 Break 3:15 Continue committee discussions 4:30 Chairman's time 5:00 Adjourn l Robert Hermann, Chair 1

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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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