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Appendix C: Committee Member Biographical Information
Pages 84-89

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... National Academy of Engineering (NAE) "Making Value for America" committee, and currently serves on numerous university boards, including Penn State's Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Georgia Tech's Manufacturing Institute and Materials Institute.
From page 85...
... He has served on the Industrial Advisory Boards for the Navy Electronics Manufacturing Productivity Facility, the Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering Electronic Products and Systems Consortium at the University of Maryland, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Center for Advanced Vehicle and Extreme Environment Electronics at Auburn University, and the NSF Industry–University Cooperative Research Center for Lasers and Plasmas.
From page 86...
... His legislative efforts included science and technology policy and innovation issues. He worked extensively on legislation creating the Department of Homeland Security, on intelligence reform, on climate change, on defense and life science R&D, and on national competitiveness and in novation legislation leading to the America Competes Act in 2007.
From page 87...
... In prior positions, he served as vice president for government business at the Sarnoff Corporation (former RCA corporate laboratory) ; Assistant Deputy Undersecretary for Dual Use and Commercial Programs in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)
From page 88...
... in industrial engineering from Pennsylvania State University. His primary research interest is in applying emerging technologies to improve manufacturing competi tiveness, specializing in product and process development for composite materials.
From page 89...
... in nuclear engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Much of his research has utilized materials science to explore fundamental physical phenomena that are important for advanced nuclear energy applications.

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