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Suggested Citation:"Participants List." National Research Council. 2011. The Future of Photovoltaics Manufacturing in the United States: Summary of Two Symposia. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12724.
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Participants List**

Ray Adomaitis

University of Maryland

Jeffrey Alexander

SRI International

Eric Amis

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Michael Ahearn

First Solar

Michael Anderson

U.S. International Trade Commission

Nancy Bacon

United Solar Ovonic & Energy Conversion Devices

Anita Balachandra

TechVision21

Samuel Baldwin

Department of Energy

Chris Ball

Newport Corporation

John Bartlett

Department of Energy

Diana Bauer

Environmental Protection Agency

Sharon Beermann-Curtin

DARPA- Defense Sciences Office

Richard Bendis

Innovation America

Robert Blankenbaker

Department of Commerce

Alain Blosse

CaliSolar, Inc.

Dorothea Blouin

Department of Commerce

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** Speakers listed in italics

Suggested Citation:"Participants List." National Research Council. 2011. The Future of Photovoltaics Manufacturing in the United States: Summary of Two Symposia. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12724.
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Lynnae Boyd

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Susan Butts

Dow Chemical Company

Thomas Burns

Department of State

Mary Cain

Office of U.S. Senator Harry Reid

Frank Calzonetti

University of Toledo

Richard Campbell

Library of Congress

Vincent Castelli

DARPA

Dennis Chamot

National Research Council

Michael Ciesinski

FlexTech Alliance for Displays & Flexible, Printed Electronics

Denis Cioffi

George Washington University

Charlie Coggeshall

New West Technologies, LLC

Robert Collins

University of Toledo

Alvin Compaan

University of Toledo

Matt Conger

Hudson Clean Energy Partners

Joseph Conroy

United Solar Ovonic

Vincent Cozzolino

Solar Energy Consortium

Tamara Dahl

Georgia Institute of Technology

Eric Daniels

BP Solar

Dean DeLongchamp

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Xunming Deng

Xunlight Corporation

Mita Desai

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

David Dierksheide

The National Academies

Hank DiMarco

IBM

PJ Edington

IBM

Giorgio Einaudi

Embassy of Italy

Steve Empedocles

Silicon Valley Technology Center

Daniel Enderton

MIT Energy Initiative

Pete Engardio

BusinessWeek

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** Speakers listed in italics

Suggested Citation:"Participants List." National Research Council. 2011. The Future of Photovoltaics Manufacturing in the United States: Summary of Two Symposia. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12724.
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Michael Fasolka

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Chris Ferekides

University of South Florida

Steve Fetter

Office of Science and Technology Policy Executive Office of the President

Stephen Filler

Prism Solar Technologies, Inc.

Wendy Fink

Association of Public and Land-grant Universities

Kevin Finneran

Issues in Science & Technology

Paul Fowler

National Council for Advanced Manufacturing

Ken Fox

United Solar Ovonic

Steven C. Freilich

E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.

Pradeep Fulay

National Science Foundation

Robin Gaster

ASTRA

Charlie Gause

Luna Innovations

Charlie Gay

Applied Materials

Adam Gertz

The National Academies

Gabrielle Giffords

U.S. Representative (D-AZ)

Marc Giroux

Corning, Inc.

Randolph Graves

Graves Technology, Inc.

William Harris

Science Foundation Arizona

Mark Hartney

FlexTech Alliance

Jonathan Hardis

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Michael Heben

The University of Toledo

Robert Hershey

Consultant

Clemens Hofbauer

CaliSolar, Inc.

Dan Holladay

SEMATECH

Diana Hoyt

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Jim Hurd

GreenScience Exchange

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** Speakers listed in italics

Suggested Citation:"Participants List." National Research Council. 2011. The Future of Photovoltaics Manufacturing in the United States: Summary of Two Symposia. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12724.
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Kevin Hurst

Office of Science and Technology Policy Executive Office of the President

Kevin Hutchings

IBM

David Iams

Optoelectronics Industry Development Association

Alicia Jackson

U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

Ken Jacobson

U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology

Norman Johnston

Solar Fields LLC, Calyxo GmbH, and Ohio Advanced Energy (OAE)

Marcy Kaptur

U.S. Representative (D-OH)

Brad Keelor

British Embassy

John E. Kelly III

IBM

Homayoun Khamooshi

George Washington University

Wyatt King

Office of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords

Taffy Kingscott

National Defense University

Walter Kirchner

Argonne National Laboratory

Petra Klein

Solar Energy Consortium

Deborah Koolbeck

Office of U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur

David Kramer

Physics Today

Zbigniew Kubacki

Embassy of the Republic of Poland

Santosh Kurinec

RIT

Ya-Shian Li-Baboud

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Eric K. Lin

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Jamie Link

Institute for Defense Analyses

Philip Lippel

WTEC

Roger Little

Spire Corporation

Ken Locklin

Clean Energy Group

John Lushetsky

U.S. Department of Energy

Timothy Mack

Mindspring

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** Speakers listed in italics

Suggested Citation:"Participants List." National Research Council. 2011. The Future of Photovoltaics Manufacturing in the United States: Summary of Two Symposia. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12724.
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Marc Magaud

Embassy of France

Marie Mapes

Department of Energy

Robert M. Margolis

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Juan Martinez

Embassy of Spain

Kay Mascoli

FlexTech Alliance

Annita Mavromichalis

Embassy of Greece

Lesley McConnell

Embassy of New Zealand

Keith McCoy

National Association of Manufacturers

W. Clark McFadden II

Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP

Ben McMakin

Van Ness Feldman

Celia Merzbacher

Semiconductor Research Corporation

JoAnn Milliken

Department of Energy

Richard Mitchell

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Rick Mitchell

National Center for Photovoltaics

Jacob Mohs

U.S. International Trade Commission

William Morin

Applied Materials

Daniel Mullins

The National Academies

Jeffrey Nelson

Sandia National Laboratories

Susan Nickbarg

Department of Energy

Saija Nurminen

Embassy of Finland

Yaw Obeng

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Terrence O’Donnell

Ohio Advanced Energy

Marc Oettinger

SURA

Paul op den Brouw

Netherlands Embassy

Andrey Orekhov

Embassy of the Russian Federation

Steve O’Rourke

Deutsche Bank Securities

Ronald Ott

Department of Energy

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** Speakers listed in italics

Suggested Citation:"Participants List." National Research Council. 2011. The Future of Photovoltaics Manufacturing in the United States: Summary of Two Symposia. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12724.
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Jennifer Ozawa

SRI International

Lee Paddock

The George Washington University

Doug Payne

SolarTech Consortium

Eric Peeters

Dow Corning Solar Solutions

Vanessa Pena

Institute for Defense Analyses

Lori Perine

TrueCarbon.org

Mark Pinto

Applied Materials

Kevin Prettyman

IBM

Jim Rand

GE Energy

Rhone Resch

Solar Energies Industry Association

April Richards

Environmental Protection Agency

Eryn Robinson

U.S. House Armed Services Committee

Adam Rosenberg

U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology

Jim Ryan

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, Gateway University Research Park, Greensboro, North Carolina

Greg Sadler

University of Michigan

Jag Sankar

NC A&T State University

John Sargent

Library of Congress

Ken Schramko

SEMI

Arun Seraphin

U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Services

Stephanie Shipp

Institute for Defense Analyses

Sujai Shivakumar

The National Academies

Richard Silberglitt

RAND

Scott Sklar

Stella Group, Ltd.

Martin Sokoloski

IEEE-USA

Christopher Soles

National Institute of Standards and Technology

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** Speakers listed in italics

Suggested Citation:"Participants List." National Research Council. 2011. The Future of Photovoltaics Manufacturing in the United States: Summary of Two Symposia. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12724.
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Tony Stanco

National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer

Marc Stanley

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Ian Steff

Semiconductor Industry Association

Karl Stegenga

Hyjek & Fix, Inc.

Bob Street

Palo Alto Research Center

Nick Suttora

Project Enhancement Corporation

Dick Swanson

SunPower

Homayoun Talieh

SOLOPOWER, Inc.

Ching Tang

University of Rochester

David Taylor

Institute for Global Communications

Adrian Tudorache

Embassy of Romania

Elaine Ulrich

U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology

Richard Van Atta

Institute for Defense Analyses

Johan Van Helleputte

IMEC

Trung Van Nguyen

National Science Foundation

Alan Weber

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Philip Webre

Congressional Budget Office

Howard Wial

Brookings Institution

Charles Wessner

The National Academies

Ryan Williams

Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems

Charles Ying

National Science Foundation

Grazyna Zebrowska

Embassy of the Republic of Poland

YanChing Zhang

IBM

Ken Zweibel

George Washington University

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Technological innovation and growth are critical to U.S. competitiveness in a global economy. One means of facilitating growth and improving competitiveness is to foster more robust innovation ecosystems through the development of public-private partnerships, industry consortia, and other regional and national economic development initiatives. Public-private partnerships, in particular, catalyze the commercialization of state and national investments in research and development.

One of the major projects of the National Research Council's Board on Science Technology and Economic Policy (STEP) is to examine state and local investment programs designed to attract and grow knowledge-based industries. STEP analyzes state and regional innovation initiatives to gain a better understanding of the challenges associated with the transition of research into products, the practices associated with successful state and regional programs, and their interaction with federal programs and private initiatives. In April and July 2009, STEP convened two meeting to assess the future of the U.S. photovoltaic industry and the practical steps that the federal government and some state and regional governments are taking to develop the capacity to manufacture photovoltaics competitively.

The Future of Photovoltaic Manufacturing in the United States captures the presentations and discussions of these meetings. This report explores the prospects for cooperative R&D efforts, standards, and roadmapping efforts that could accelerate innovation and growth of a U.S. photovoltaics industry. It includes both efforts to strengthen existing industries as well as specific new technology focus areas such as nanotechnology, stem cells, and energy in order to gain an improved understanding of program goals, challenges, and accomplishments.

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