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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**

Wendy Adams

Office of U.S. Senator Mark Udall

Ray Adomaitis

University of Maryland

Alan Anderson

The National Academies

Caitlin Augustin

ASTM International

Robert Bartolo

Navy Research Laboratory

Carol Battershell

U.S. Department of Energy

Larry Bawden

Bloo Solar

Richard Bendis

Innovation America

Eleanor Bloxham

Value Alliance

Matt Bowen

Office of U.S. Senator Mark Udall

Max Bronstein

U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology

Nolan Browne

MIT-Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems

Kevin Bullis

TechnologyReview

Michael Ciesinski

FlexTech Alliance

McAlister Clabaugh

The National Academies

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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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Charlie Coggeshall

New West Technologies LLC

John Dallesasse

MicroLink Devices

Eric Daniels

BP Solar

Babu DasGupta

National Science Foundation

Andrew David

U.S. International Trade Commission

David Dierksheide

The National Academies

Mark Do

Department of Energy

Martha Duggan

Uni-Solar

David Eaglesham

First Solar

Randy Ellingson

University of Toledo

Stephen Empedocles

SVTC Solar

Pete Engardio

BusinessWeek

Holly Evans

National Semiconductor

Leon Fabick

Department of Energy

Les Fritzemeier

Wakonda Technologies, Inc.

Charlie Gay

Applied Materials

Kevin Geiss

U.S. Army

Adam Gertz

The National Academies

Gabrielle Giffords

U.S. Representative (D-AZ)

John Gloekler

Apogee Solar

Alan Goodrich

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Louis Graziano

Dow Chemical Company

Subhendu Guha

United Solar Ovonic (Uni-Solar)

David Gundlach

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Jonathan Hardis

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Mark Hartney

ARPA-E

Maggie Hershey

SEMI

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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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Robert Hershey

Consultant

Chris Hobson

Bandgap Engineering, Inc.

Dan Holladay

SEMATECH

Kevin Hutchings

IBM

Alicia Jackson

U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

Michael Janezic

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Kristina Johnson

U.S. Department of Energy

Dan Josell

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Bradley Keelor

British Embassy

David King

Advanced Technology Group, LLC

Wyatt King

Office of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords

Steve Kubisen

Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer

Alex Liddle

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Eric Lin

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Stephen Lita

Dewey and LeBoeuf, LLP

Craig Lund

1366 Technologies, Inc.

John Lushetsky

U.S. Department of Energy

Neil MacDonald

Federal Technology Watch

Glen Mandigo

SMI

Marie Mapes

Department of Energy

Robert Margolis

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Juan F. Martinez

Embassy of Spain

Philipp Marxgut

Embassy of Austria

W. Clark McFadden II

Dewey & LeBoeuf, LLP

Stephen Merrill

The National Research Council

Celia Merzbacher

Semiconductor Research Corporation

Mohan Misra

Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc.

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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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James Moreland

SolarWorld

Brian Murphy

PrimeStar Solar

Rommel Noufi

National Renwable Energy Laboratory

Yaw Obeng

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Marc Oettinger

SURA

Paul op den Brouw

Embassy of the Royal Netherlands

Andrey Orekhov

Embassy of the Russian Federation

Lori Perine

TrueCarbon.org

Thomas W. Peterson

NSF Directorate of Engineering

Michael Polcari

SEMATECH

Anthony Quinn

ASTM International

Damoder Reddy

Solexant Corp.

Robert Reedy

Florida Solar Energy Center, UCF

Megan Reichert

University of Toledo

Nicholas Reksten

NEDO

Steve Ringel

Ohio State University

Kent Rochford

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Doug Rose

SunPower

George Rozgonyi

North Carolina State University

James Ryan

Joint School of Nanoscience & Nanoengineering

Ben Schrag

National Science Foundation

Ken Schramko

SEMI

John Scott

Solyndra, Inc.

Juan Serrano

Embassy of Spain

Peter Sheldon

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Stephanie Shipp

Science and Technology Policy Institute

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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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Christopher Shirk

Dow Corning Solar Solutions

Sujai Shivakumar

The National Academies

James Sites

Colorado State University

Christopher Soles

National Institute of Standards and Technology

B.J. Stanbery

HelioVolt Corporation

Marc Stanley

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Larry Sumney

Semiconductor Research Corporation

Makito Takami

NEDO

David Taylor

Institute for Global Communications

Dorota Temple

RTI International

Mary Tobin

IEEE-USA

Mark Udall

U.S. Senator (D-CO)

Elaine Ulrich

U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology

Blair Unger

University of Rochester

Eric Wachsman

University of Maryland Energy Research Center

Philip Webre

Congressional Budget Office

Bettina Weiss

PV Group

Charles Wessner

The National Academies

Charles Ying

National Science Foundation

Nikolai Zhitenev

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Ken Zweibel

George Washington Uniersity

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**Speakers listed in italics

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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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