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Appendix A
List of Workshop Participants

Madeline Adamczeski, American University

Richard C. Alkire, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Herman L. Ammon, University of Maryland

Raymond A. Bait, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Allen J. Bard, University of Texas

Rodney Bartlett, University of Florida

John S. Binkley, Sandia National Laboratories

Donald M. Burland, National Science Foundation

Bridget Carragher, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Randy S. Collard, The Dow Chemical Company

Robert Cordova, Elf Atochem, Inc.

Peter T. Cummings, University of Tennessee

Lawrence A. Curtiss, Argonne National Laboratory

Robert de Levie, Georgetown University

David A. Dixon, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Douglas J. Doren, University of Delaware

Richard Dubois, National Institutes of Health

Thom H. Dunning, Jr., Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Thomas F. Edgar, University of Texas

Karolyn K. Eisenstein, National Science Foundation

Stephen Elbert, National Science Foundation

Thomas A. Finholt, University of Michigan

Farley Fisher, National Science Foundation

Joseph Francisco, Purdue University

Susan Fratkin, Southeastern Universities Research Association

Jean H. Futrell, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Barbara J. Garrison, Pennsylvania State University

Suggested Citation:"A List of Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 1999. Impact of Advances in Computing and Communications Technologies on Chemical Science and Technology: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9591.
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Lorrin R. Garson, American Chemical Society

Christos Georgakis, Lehigh University

Evelyn Goldfield, Wayne State University

Susan L. Graham, University of California, Berkeley

Jane Griffith, National Research Council

Stephen R. Heller, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Judith Hempel, University of California, San Francisco

Richard L. Hilderbrandt, National Science Foundation

Richard Hirsh, National Science Foundation

Daniel Hitchcock, U.S. Department of Energy

Jack Kay, Drexel University

Richard Kayser, National Institute of Standards and Technology

William H. Kirchhoff, U.S. Department of Energy

Michael L. Knotek, U.S. Department of Energy

Samuel P. Kounaves, Tufts University

Robert L. Lichter, Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation

Richard E. Lucier, University of California

W. Gary Mallard, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Robert S. Marianelli, Office of Science and Technology Policy

Paul Maupin, U.S. Department of Energy

David R. McLaughlin, Eastman Kodak Company

L. Eugene McNeese, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Gregory J. McRae, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Paul Messina, California Institute of Technology and U.S. Department of Energy

William S. Millman, U.S. Department of Energy

Raul Miranda, National Science Foundation

Janet Nelson, American Chemical Society

Janet G. Osteryoung, National Science Foundation

Aristides Patrinos, U.S. Department of Energy

John B. Pfeiffer, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

John A. Pople, Northwestern University

Clint Potter, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Gintaras V. Reklaitis, Purdue University

Michael E. Rogers, National Institute of General Medicine

Celeste M. Rohlfing, National Science Foundation

L. David Rothman, The Dow Chemical Company

Joel H. Saltz, University of Maryland

Stanley I. Sandler, University of Delaware

Peter Schmidt, Office of Naval Research

Gustavo E. Scuseria, Rice University

John Sessler, Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (retired)

Donald Singleton, National Research Council of Canada

Jeffrey Skolnick, Scripps Research Laboratory

Michael E. Smith, Exxon R&D Laboratory

W. David Smith, E.I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company

Peter R. Taylor, San Diego Super Computer Center, University of California, San Diego

Suggested Citation:"A List of Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 1999. Impact of Advances in Computing and Communications Technologies on Chemical Science and Technology: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9591.
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Michael Thompson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

John S. Tse, National Research Council of Canada

Marek W. Urban, North Dakota State University

David L. Venezky, Naval Research Laboratory

Andrew B. White, Jr., Los Alamos National Laboratory

Carter White, Naval Research Laboratory

G. Edwin Wilson, University of Akron

William D. Wilson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

William T. Winter, Environmental Science & Forestry, State University of New York, Syracuse

Robert S. Wood, Rohm & Haas Research Laboratories

Jeff Yellets, Allied Signal

Cynthia Zoski, University of Rhode Island

Staff

Douglas J. Raber

David Grannis

Ruth McDiarmid

Sybil Paige

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