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Appendix A Biographical Information on the Committee for the Analysis ofCauses of the Deepwater Horizon Explosion, Fire, and Oil Spill to Identify Measures to Prevent Similar Accidents in the Future
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... In 1982, he was made a full professor and was also appointed director of the MIT Sea Grant College Program. In 1989, he established the MIT Sea Grant Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV)
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... . RDML Eccles' previous flag officer assignments included deputy commander for Undersea Warfare and Undersea Technology in the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
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... ADM Giambastiani was a career nuclear submarine officer who gained extensive operational experience, including command at the submarine, squadron, and fleet levels. His operational assignments included several in which he was responsible for demanding atsea operations and for the development of new technologies and experimental processes.
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... Committee on Human Performance, Organizational Systems, and Maritime Safety. He also served as a member of the NRC Marine Board's Subcommittee on Coordinated Research and Development Strategies for Human Performance to Improve Marine Operations and Safety.
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... In 2006, she was named director of DuPont Leveraged Operations; later that year, she became managing director, Facilities and Capital Asset Productivity. She was named vice president of DuPont Engineering in January 2008 and appointed to her current position in September 2008.
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... He is the author of a textbook entitled Reservoir Geomechanics and was co–principal investigator of the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth (SAFOD) , the scientific drilling project that drilled and sampled the San Andreas Fault at 3 km depth.

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