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Appendix B: Contributors
Pages 111-116

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From page 111...
... Albrecht spearheaded the development of ramp load/unload technology for IBM's Travelstar mobile disk drives. His most recent project has been mechanical design work for IBM's Microdrive 1-inch disk drive, the world's smallest, lightest disk drive intended for new markets such as digital cameras and handheld computers.
From page 112...
... Prior to founding MODE, Mr. Brennan was a senior member of the technical staff at Sandia National Labs from 1986 to 1996, where he focused his efforts on the material growth of III-V compound semiconductors, reactor design, in situ reactor diagnostics, and material characterization.
From page 113...
... Current emphases are in electrohydrodynamics, mixed convection heat transfer in thermosyphon heat exchangers, development of polymer heat exchangers for liquid-to-liquid heat transfer, reduction of ozone generation rates in electrostatic air cleaners, chemical vapor deposition in gaseous electrical discharges, and control of indoor air pollution.
From page 114...
... He has received numerous awards, including the ACS Delaware Section Award, the ACS Award in Colloid or Surface Chemistry, the ASEE Curtis W McGraw Award, and the Presidential Young Investigator Award.
From page 115...
... Mr. Kresa is the recipient of many awards, including the California Industrialist of the Year, the Bob Hope Distinguished Citizen Award, the Navy League of New York's Admiral John J
From page 116...
... His research interests include all areas of computer and communications security, electronic commerce, and distributed computing. With respect to the topic of his talk, his work on system survivability includes the Rampart system, which served as the foundation for AT&T's Omega Cryptographic key management service, and the Phalanx system, which was a central component of an electronic voting system targeted for trial in the 1998 Costa Rican presidential elections.

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