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Appendix D

Workshop Attendees

Co-chair

Jennifer S. Curtis, University of Florida

Committee Members

Michael R. Berman, Air Force Office of Scientific Research

Steven Bernasek, National Science Foundation

Carole Bewley, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Donna G. Blackmond, Scripps Research Institute

Emilio Bunel, Argonne National Laboratory

A. Welford Castleman, Jr., Pennsylvania State University

Richard R. Cavanagh, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Miguel Garcia-Garibay, University of California, Los Angeles

Sean Jones, Office of Science and Technology Policy

Jack Kaye, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

JoAnn S. Lighty, National Science Foundation

Kenneth G. Moloy, DuPont Company Experimental Station

Robert Peoples, American Carpet Institute

Tanja Pietrass, U.S. Department of Energy

Michael E. Rogers, National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Patricia A. Thiel, Ames Laboratory and Iowa State University

Workshop Co-organizers

Vernon Anderson, National Institutes of Health

Bruce Garrett, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Plenary Speaker

Paul Weiss, University of California, Los Angeles

Session Speakers

Andrew Borovik, University of California, Irvine

Jim De Yoreo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

John S. Evans, New York University

Alex Gagnon, University of Washington

Pupa Gilbert, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Sharon Glotzer, University of Michigan

Cynthia Jenks, Ames Laboratory

Erwin London, Stonybrook University

Yi Lu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Andrew Madden, Oklahoma State University

William Noid, Pennsylvania State University

Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Workshop Attendees." National Research Council. 2015. Mesoscale Chemistry: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21733.
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Doug Ray, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Klaus Schulten, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Wendy Shaw, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Peter Stair, Northwestern/Argonne National Laboratory

Aaron Wheeler, University of Toronto

Benjamin Wilhite, Texas A&M University

Gregory Voth, University of Chicago

Todd Yeates, University of California, Los Angeles

Participants

Mouneir Abdel-Hamied

Luke Achenie, Virginia Tech

Lee Bitna, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Todd Brethauer

Phil Britt, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Anne Chaka, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Michael Conroy, Naval Research Laboratory

Cristian Contescu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Louise Criscenti, Sandia National Laboratories

Valmor de Almeida, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Paul DeSario, Naval Research Laboratory

Miles Fabian, NIH/National Institute of General Medical Science

Greogory Fletcher, DOE

Neil Henson, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Aditya Jaishankar, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering

Cory Jensen

Arben Jusufi, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering

Muhammad Kismurtono, Technical Implementation Unit for Development of Chemical Engineering Processes—LIPI

Ahmet Kusoglu, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Julia Laskin, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Eric Lin, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Tu Maobing, Auburn University

Andrew McGill, Naval Research Laboratory

Chris Mundy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

World Nieh, U.S. Forest Service

Mark Pederson, DOE

Rui Qiao, Virginia Tech

Doug Ray, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Greg Schenter, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Dushyant Shekhawat, U.S. Department of Energy

Andrew Stack, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Muhammad Usman, Euro Fed Lipid

Roger van Zee, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Yong Wang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Yang Yin, Dartmouth College

Suggested Citation:"Appendix D: Workshop Attendees." National Research Council. 2015. Mesoscale Chemistry: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21733.
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NRC Staff

Teresa Fryberger, Director, Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology

Kathryn Hughes, Sr. Program Officer, Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology

Douglas Friedman, Sr. Program Officer, Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology

Camly Tran, Postdoctoral Fellow, Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology

Elizabeth Finkelman, Program Coordinator, Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology

Cotilya Brown, Senior Program Assistant, Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology

Joe Alper, Consulting Writer

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In the last few decades great strides have been made in chemistry at the nanoscale, where the atomic granularity of matter and the exact positions of individual atoms are key determinants of structure and dynamics. Less attention, however, has been paid to the mesoscale--it is at this scale, in the range extending from large molecules (10 nm) through viruses to eukaryotic cells (10 microns), where interesting ensemble effects and the functionality that is critical to macroscopic phenomenon begins to manifest itself and cannot be described by laws on the scale of atoms and molecules alone.

To further explore how knowledge about mesoscale phenomena can impact chemical research and development activities and vice versa, the Chemical Sciences Roundtable of the National Research Council convened a workshop on mesoscale chemistry in November 2014. With a focus on the research on chemical phenomena at the mesoscale, participants examined the opportunities that utilizing those behaviors can have for developing new catalysts, adding new functionality to materials, and increasing our understanding of biological and interfacial systems. The workshop also highlighted some of the challenges for analysis and description of mesoscale structures. This report summarizes the presentations and discussion of the workshop.

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