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Project Information

Project Information


Panel on Materials Science and Engineering at the Army Research Laboratory


Project Scope:

This panel will annually review the scientific and technical quality of the Army Research Laboratory's (ARL) programs of research and development related to its materials science and engineering technical area. The panel will provide notes to the Army Research Laboratory Technical Assessment Board (ARLTAB), a committee that will prepare the biennial report summarizing its assessment of the ARL. 

Status: Current

PIN: DEPS-LAB-12-04

Project Duration (months): 72 month(s)

RSO: Mozhi, Arul


Committee Membership

Committee Post Date: 02/23/2018

Dr. Rainer Hebert
RAINER HEBERT is an associate professor of materials science and engineering, the Castleman Professor in Engineering Innovation, the director of the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Center, the associate director of the Institute for Materials Science (IMS), and the director for undergraduate studies at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Hebert has garnered a range of accomplishments in academia throughout the years. After completing his education at the University of Saarbrücken, Germany in 1997 with a diploma in physics, Dr. Hebert switched fields to materials science and engineering, graduating with a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2003. He joined UConn in 2006. In his role as director of the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Center in partnership with Pratt & Whitney, he leads additive manufacturing projects that focus on basic material science aspects of metal additive manufacturing, while also managing the expansion of the Center. Following years of research on metallic glasses and driven amorphization of metallic multilayers, Dr. Hebert’s research interests now focus on the melting and fusion behavior of powder beds interacting with laser beams and the phase selection during the solidification stages of additive manufacturing.
Dr. Lakshmi S. Nair
LAKSHMI S. NAIR is an associate professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery¸ Institute for Regenerative Engineering, Department of Material Science and Engineering, Institute of Material Science, and Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Connecticut Health. Her major research interests are in regenerative engineering, biomaterials, design and development of injectable hydrogels as regenerative biomaterials, nanostructured scaffolds for tissue regeneration, and post transcriptional regulation of cells using microRNA. Her current research includes Biomaterial Design and Synthesis, Injectable Hydrogels; Protein and Small Molecule Delivery; Nanoparticles, Cell Instructive Polymer Matrices to Direct Regeneration; Platelet Rich Plasma Delivery; Gene Activated Matrices to Enhance Tissue Regeneration; and Biomaterial based Strategies for Pain Management. Her awards and honors include Fellow of the United States National Academy of Inventors (2017), appointed to the Scientific Merit Review Board, Department of Veterans Affairs, (2011-2014), US-Chapter President, Society for Biomaterials and Artificial Organs India, (2012-2016), “Women of Innovation Finalist 2011” in the Entrepreneurial Innovation and Leadership, 2011
Dr. Mark Eberhart - (Chair) - (Chair)
Colorado School of Mines

MARK EBERHART is a professor in the Department of Chemistry and Geochemistry at the Colorado School of Mines, where he directs the Molecular Theory Group (MTG). At the MTG knowledge of bonding is obtained through detailed topological analyses of the spatial distribution of electrons in molecules and solids. Many subtle aspects of the distribution become obvious when viewed from a topological perspective. The accompanying topological formalism gives well-defined, unambiguous, meaningful and consistent definitions to previously indeterminate quantities such as atomic bonds and basins. His work is based primarily on first principles computations, which provide the electron charge densities, and topological analysis software developed at the MTG. He is also exploring the topological and geometric origins responsible for the stability of amorphous metallic alloys. In addition to his work on condensed phase systems, his group has active research programs exploring the relationships between charge density and the chemical properties of molecular systems, both organic and inorganic. Dr. Eberhart holds a B.S. degree in Chemistry and Applied Mathematics from the University of Colorado, an M.S. degree in Physical Biochemistry from the University of Colorado, and a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Professor Juan J. de Pablo
JUAN J. DE PABLO (NAE) is the Liew Family Professor in Molecular Engineering in the Institute for Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago. His research interests are to develop multiscale models of complex fluids and materials for design of functional materials systems. The classes of materials studied in his laboratories range from amorphous solids or glasses, to polymers and liquid crystals. He also considers biological macromolecular systems, and their interactions with synthetic materials. The applications of his efforts encompass the design and characterization of glassy matrices for encapsulation of biological molecules or cells, the design of liquid-crystal based sensors for toxic molecules or for biological molecules and assemblies, and the design of self-assembling polymeric systems and processes for nanoscale patterning or for creation of three-dimensional functional structures.
Dr. Elizabeth C. Dickey
ELIZABETH DICKEY is a professor and director of Graduate Studies of Materials Science and Engineering at North Carolina State University, where she is also the director of the Center for Dielectrics and Piezoelectrics, and director of the Science and Engineering of Atomic Structure Research Traineeship program. A primary focus of her research aims to develop processing-structure-property relationships for materials in which the macroscopic physical properties are governed by point defects, grain boundaries or internal interfaces. Particular emphasis is placed on understanding the role of these material defects on electrical and chemical transport in dielectric materials. Her research involves using an array of analytical techniques, in particular electron microscopy and spectroscopy, to understand the structure and chemistry of materials at the nanometer length scale. She has over 150 peer-reviewed journal publications in these areas, which have over eleven-thousand citations. Early in her career, she received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) for her work on metal-ceramic interfaces. She is a fellow of the American Ceramic Society, has served on the society’s Board of Directors, and was awarded the Fulrath Award by the society in recognition of her technical contributions related to the characterization of functional ceramics and composites. She has served as an editor for Microscopy and Microanalysis and is currently an Associate Editor for the Journal of the American Ceramic Society. Dr. Dickey received her B.S. in materials engineering from the University of Kentucky in 1992, and her Ph.D.in materials science and engineering from Northwestern University in 1997.
Dr. Olivia A. Graeve
OLIVIA GRAEVE joined the University of California, San Diego, in 2012, and is currently Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Director of the CaliBaja Center for Resilient Materials and Systems, and Faculty Director of the IDEA Student Center. Her area of research focuses on fundamental studies of the synthesis and processing of nanostructured materials, including ceramic and metallic nanomaterials and amorphous/nanocrystalline composites for both structural and functional applications, with a special emphasis on electromagnetic multifunctional materials for sensors and energy applications. Dr. Graeve has received research grants and contracts from federal agencies such as the National Science Foundation, the Department of Defense, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Department of Energy, as well as from industrial partners. Her publications include both research and pedagogy and curriculum development contributions, with publications that have appeared in Chemistry of Materials, the Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Langmuir, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Biomaterials, the Journal of Physical Chemistry, the Journal of Materials Research, Scientific Reports, Nanotechnology, the Journal of Applied Physics, and Optical Materials, among others, and have been presented in over 200 invited, contributed, and poster presentations at local, national, and international meetings. Dr. Graeve has contributed to the development of human resources both as a research advisor and as an instructor, teaching courses in the general areas of structure and bonding, as well as the mechanical behavior of materials. She has served on numerous committees of her primary societies (American Ceramic Society, Materials Research Society, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and Sociedad Mexicana de Materials, A.C.) in many different capacities and actively participates in organizing national and international conferences, as well as serving on various review boards and advisory panels. She has been involved in many activities related to the recruitment and retention of women and Hispanic students in science and engineering and has received several prestigious awards including the National Science Foundation CAREER award, the 2006 Hispanic Educator of the Year award by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, the 2010 Karl Schwartzwalder Professional Achievement in Ceramic Engineering Award by the American Ceramic Society, the 2012 B.J. Harrington Lectureship by McGill University, the 2011 Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers “Jaime Oaxaca” Award, Outstanding Engineering Educator by the San Diego Chapter of the California Society of Professional Engineers (2015), and Alumna of the Year by Southwestern College (2015). More recently, she has been named into the Tijuana Walk of Fame (2014) and to the Mexican Academy of Engineering (2016). Dr. Graeve holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of California, Davis, and a Bachelor’s degree in Structural Engineering from the University of California, San Diego.
Dr. Joanna R. Groza
JOANNA R. GROZA is professor of materials science and engineering at the University of California, Davis. Her research interests are in electrical field/current activated sintering – to understand the effects of electrical field application in powder sintering; control of field activated sintering technique process to achieve optimum final properties; sintering of nanocrystalline materials with emphasis on biomaterials; processing – microstructure – property relationships to improve the basic knowledge of materials behavior in high-temperature and fatigue conditions (e. g., in nanocomposites); and abnormal grain growth in polymorphic materials. Dr. Groza received an M.S. in metallurgy engineering and a Ph.D. in physical metallurgy from the University Politehnica of Bucharest which she attended from 1968 to 1973.
Ms. Agnes C. Klucha
AGNES CHAU KLUCHA is the Senior Director, Engineering for the Sensors and Integrated Systems business unit at UTC Aerospace Systems, one of the world’s largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and defense products. She has responsibility for engineering leadership of the Inertial Control and Aircraft Management Systems (ICAMS) business segment. During her 21-year career at UTC, Agnes has held various engineering and management roles at UTC Aerospace Systems and Pratt and Whitney. Previous positions included Flight Test Engineer, Joint Strike Fighter Test Planning Manager, leadership of Tiger Teams to resolve top technical issues, and “intrapreneur” in the creation of the Engineering Innovation Center to pursue advanced manufacturing and design technologies, with a special focus on additive manufacturing. Agnes led the initiative to establish the University of Connecticut/Pratt and Whitney Additive Manufacturing Innovation Center. Ms. Klucha is the 2011 Connecticut Woman of Innovation winner in the Large Business Innovation and Leadership category, a 2015 STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Award Honoree, a national event sponsored by The Manufacturing Institute, and a 2015 Society of Women Engineers’ Advocating Women in Engineering Award winner. Ms. Klucha received a B.A. in engineering science – aerospace engineering – from the University of Toronto and an M.B.A. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Dr. Subhash Mahajan
SUBHASH MAHAJAN (NAE) is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California, Davis, and was a Special Adviser to the Chancellor. Dr. Mahajan’s research focuses on two thematic areas: functional materials and deformation behavior of solids. He has held positions at the University of Denver; The Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell, England; Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill; Carnegie Mellon University; and Arizona State University (ASU). At ASU, he was chair of the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering (2000 to 2006), and was the founding director of the School of Materials (2006 to 2009). In 2007, he became an ASU regent’s professor. He was a senior adviser to the dean of Engineering at ASU from 2009 to 2010. Dr. Mahajan has extensive experience in editorial work: he was an associate editor of Metallurgical and Materials Transactions (1984 to 1997); founded Materials Science and Engineering B in 1988 and managed it until 2000; has served as editor of Acta Materialia from 2000 to 2016; and the coordinating editor of Acta Journals from 2004 to 2016. He edited the Handbook on Semiconductors in 1994, and co-edited a number of encyclopedias: Concise Encyclopedia of Semiconducting Materials and Related Technologies: The Encyclopedia of Advanced Materials; and The Encyclopedia of Materials. He also co-authored an undergraduate text book on Principles of Growth and Processing of Semiconductors. Over the years, he has received numerous awards for excellence in research and education: Fellow of ASM, TMS, and MRS; Albert Sauveur Achievement Award from ASM; ASM Gold Medal; and the John Bardeen and Educator Awards from TMS. He delivered the Campbell Memorial and Lee Hsun Lectures, respectively, for ASM and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. Dr. Mahajan obtained his B.Sc. (physics, chemistry and mathematics) and B.E. (metallurgy), respectively, from Punjab University and the Indian Institute of Science with the highest honors. He received a Ph.D. in materials science and engineering from theUniversity of California, Berkeley in 1965.
Dr. Christian Mailhiot
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

CHRISTIAN MAILHIOT is a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences; and director of the Center for Research Computing, at the Washington State University. Dr. Mailhiot is responsible for the development of a WSU-wide -- and extramural -- program in high performance scientific modeling and simulation and cyberscience. The establishment of partnerships with National Laboratories, the high-performance scientific computing community, and industry will be a key factor in this endeavor. Prior to joining Washington State University, Dr. Mailhiot was a senior technical manager at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). He has worked in the areas of theoretical and computational condensed matter physics, ab initio many--body calculations of materials, atomic and electronic structure of materials, electronic structure theory and optical properties of semiconductor superlattices and synthetically modulated quantum-confined structures, semiconductor physics, surface and interface science, static and dynamic pressure-induced phase transformations, ab initio and quantum molecular dynamics, and quantum many-body simulations of materials. He received his B.Eng. in Engineering Physics in 1978 from L’École Polytechnique de Montréal in Canada. He obtained his M.S. (1980) and Ph.D. (1983) in Applied Physics from the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA. From 1983 through 1989, he was a member of the technical staff at the Xerox Webster Research Center in Webster, NY, where he worked in the field of semiconductor and solid-state physics. In 2003, he was elected a fellow of the American Physical Society, Division of Materials Physics. He serves on numerous editorial boards and review and scientific advisory committees.
Dr. Karin M. Rabe
KARIN M. RABE (NAS) is the Board of Governors Professor of Physics at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Dr. Rabe's research interests center on the use of computation and theory in the design and discovery of new functional materials. Using computational methods to solve the quantum mechanics of crystalline solids from first principles, Dr. Rabe studies systems at or near structural, electronic and magnetic phase transitions, including ferroelectrics, antiferroelectrics, piezoelectrics, high-k dielectrics, multiferroics and shape-memory compounds. The high sensitivity of such materials to applied fields and stresses gives rise to functional behavior with a broad range of technological applications, including information and energy storage and conversion. Dr. Rabe has a particular interest in the properties of non-bulk structures stabilized in strained thin layers and the distinctive properties of interfaces in superlattices and other artificially structured systems, which are most efficiently explored by first-principles-based modeling. She has published more than 150 papers in the theoretical analysis and prediction of the structure and properties of materials, with successful application to the design of new functional materials. She was president of the Aspen Center for Physics from 2013-2016. Her professional recognitions include fellowship in the American Physical Society (2003), the David Adler Lectureship Award in Materials Physics from the American Physical Society (2008), fellowship in the American Association for the Advancement of Science (2011) and membership in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2013).
Dr. Susan B. Sinnott
SUSAN SINNOT is a professor and department head of Materials Science and Engineering at Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Sinnott received her B.S. degree in chemistry from the University of Texas in 1987 and her Ph.D. in physical chemistry from Iowa State University in 1993. From there, she joined the Naval Research Laboratory, Surface Chemical Branch, in Washington D.C. as a National Research Council Post-Doctoral Associate until 1995. Dr. Sinnott then became an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Kentucky through 2000 when she began her tenure at the University of Florida. There she was an associate professor of materials science and engineering until her promotion in 2005 to the rank of professor of materials science and engineering. In 2007 she became an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace engineering, and in 2012 she was named the Alumni Professor of Materials Science. Dr. Sinnott also became a member of the Quantum Theory Project in 2011 and the Director of the Cyberinfrastructure for Atomistic Simulation (CAMS) in 2012. In 2015 Dr. Sinnott joined the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Sinnot's research is focused on the use of electronic structure calculations and atomistic simulations to optimize the processing 'and properties of materials. Her research interests include examining the chemical modification of polymer surfaces through mass-selected ion-beam deposition, exploring the dynamics associated with the growth of thin films, developing new methodologies for the atomistic simulation of materials, using atomic-scale simulations to study the catalytic behavior of metal clusters, investigating the molecular origin of friction and wear at interfaces, and combining electronic structure and thermodynamic calculations to predict defect formation in metal oxides. Dr. Sinnot is the author of over 160 technical publications, including over 140 journal publications and eight book chapters; she has also delivered over 120 invited presentations. She is a member of AVS, ACerS ACS, APS, MRS, and AAAS, and was named a fellow of AVS in 2005. She was named a fellow of ACerS in 2011 and a fellow of the AAAS in 2010.
Dr. Ephraim Suhir
EPHRAIM SUHIR is professor in the Departments of Mechanical and Materials Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Portland State University, Portland, OR. He ia also the chief operating officer of ERS Co., Los Altos, CA. His areas of expertise include applied mathematics, applied and mathematical physics, materials science and engineering, applied mechanics; applied probability, probabilistic analyses and probability-based physical designs of electron devices; probabilistic methods in reliability engineering, probabilistic risk assessment and management; analytical (mathematical) modeling in applied science and engineering; shock and vibration analyses and testing; and dynamic response of materials and structures to shocks and vibrations. He has a M.S. in naval architecture from the Polytechnic Institute, Odessa, Ukraine; and a Ph.D. in mechanics and mathematics from the Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.
Dr. Naresh N. Thadhani
NARESH N. THADHANI is professor and chair of the School of Materials Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is internationally recognized for his research in shock-compression and high-strain-rate deformation behavior of materials and for his services to the materials science and shock physics communities. His research has focused on studies of fundamental mechanisms of shock-induced physical, chemical, and mechanical changes in materials for processing of novel materials under extreme high-pressure conditions, and for probing the deformation, fracture, and ballistic response of metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites, subjected to impact and other high-strain-rate loading conditions. Dr. Thadhani has been recognized as fellow of ASM International based on his contributions in "materials effects of shock compression" and of the American Physical Society based on his "contributions in shock physics of materials." Dr. Thadhani received a B.E. in metallurgical engineering from the University of Rajasthan, India, in 1980; an M.S. in metallurgical engineering from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in 1981; and a Ph.D. in physical metallurgy from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology in 1984.
Dr. Edwin L. Thomas
EDWIN L. THOMAS (NAE) is the E.D. Butcher Chair of Engineering and Professor of Materials Science and NanoEngineering in the George R. Brown School of Engineering at Rice University. Professor Thomas carries out research on photonics, phononics, interference lithography and mechanical behavior of microtrusses, polymer physics and engineering of the mechanical and optical properties of block copolymers, liquid crystalline polymers, and hybrid organic-inorganic nanocomposites. One area of special interest is photonics and the fabrication of polymeric photonic crystals using self-assembly, especially with block copolymers, and holographic interference lithography. For these studies, large emphasis is placed on the understanding of complex relations between the lattice symmetry and optical properties of periodic structures. Another area of particular focus is phononics. His group is exploring the way light and sound propagate in quasicrystalline photonic and phononic structures. Other major topics in Professor Thomas’ research are structured polymers. His structured materials research concentrates on enhancing our ability to fabricate complex structures with characteristic length in submicron and nanometer range in order to create materials with superior properties that can be tailored to a particular application. Understanding the influence of composition and processing conditions on the resultant microstructure of polymers and how this determines the properties is the central part of his polymer morphology research. Professor Thomas is the recipient of the 1991 High Polymer Physics Prize of the American Physical Society and the 1985 American Chemical Society Creative Polymer Chemist Award. He was elected a fellow of the American Physical Society in 1986 and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2003 and Inaugural Fellow of the Materials Society in 2008. In 2009 he was elected to both the National Academy of Engineering and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He coauthored the undergraduate textbook The Structure of Materials and a research monograph, Periodic Materials: Photonics, Phononics and Mechanics, and has published over 450 papers and holds 20 patents. Professor received a Ph.D. in materials science from Cornell University in 1974, and a B.S. in mechanical engineering and engineering science from the University of Massachusetts in 1969.

Events



Location:

Army Research Laboratory
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
Event Type :  
-

Registration for Online Attendance :   
NA

Registration for in Person Attendance :   
NA


If you would like to attend the sessions of this event that are open to the public or need more information please contact

Contact Name:  Eva Labre
Contact Email:  elabre@nas.edu
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Agenda
Tuesday, 5 June 2018

0930-1000 ARL Overview Discussion and Q&A, Dr. Phil Perconti, Director, Army Research Laboratory, and Dr. Mary Harper, ARL Deputy Chief Scientist

1000-1030 Materials Research Campaign Overview, Mr. Andrew Ladas, Campaign Lead, Materials Research Campaign, Director (A), Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate (SEDD)

1030-1045 Break

1045-1105 Overview of High-Rate Materials and Mechanisms, Dr. Bryan Love, Weapons and Materials Research Directorate (WMRD)

1105-1145 Technical Keynote: Ceramics for Soldier Protection: High-Rate Modeling and Materials Development, Dr. Lionel Vargas-Gonzalez and Dr. George Gazonas, WMRD

1145-1300 Working Lunch, “Speed Date” for Poster Session: One Slide, One Minute for Poster Presenters to Showcase Research, Poster Presenters

1300-1330 Technical Keynote: Developing Bulk Nanocrystalline Alloys from Powder Precursors, Dr. Kris Darling, WMRD

1330-14001 Technical Keynote: Simulation-based Helmet Design for Advanced Soldier Head Protection, Dr. Travis Bogetti, WMRD

1300-1400 Poster Session I –Agile and Expedient Manufacturing

1400-1415 Break

1530-1600 Technical Keynote: Energy Coupled to Matter: Metals, Dr. Heather Murdoch, WMRD

1500-1600 Poster Session II – High Rate Materials

1600-1700 Poster Sessions – ALL POSTERS
• Poster Session I –Agile and Expedient Manufacturing
• Poster Session II – High Rate Materials
• Poster Session IIIa – Adaptive and Responsive Materials

1830 Joint Working Dinner, Panel and ARL Engage in Discussion/Question and Answer Session

2030 Adjourn


Wednesday, 6 June 2018

0800-0840 Overview of Agile and Expedient Manufacturing, Mr. Joseph South, WMRD, and Dr. James Sumner, SEDD

0840-0910 Technical Keynote: Metals Additive Manufacturing Research at the Army Research Laboratory, Dr. Brandon McWilliams, WMRD

0910-0940 Technical Keynote: Additive Manufacturing of Polymers, Dr. John La Scala, WMRD

0940-0950 Break

0950-1050 Laboratory Tours: Location, B4600

(1) Composite Manufacturing, Dr. James Sands, WMRD
(2) Ceramics Processing, Dr. Sidra Silton, WMRD
(3) Coatings, Dr. James Snyder, WMRD
(4) High-Rate Loading Laboratory, Dr. Bryan Love, WMRD

1120-11504 Technical Keynote: Microbial Consortia Design for Materials Production, Dr. Matthew Perisin, SEDD

1050-11504 Poster Session IIIa – Adaptive and Responsive Materials

1150-1245 Joint Working Lunch

1500-1600 Breakout Group Meetings
Room Group
1039 Agile Expedient Manufacturing
1069 High-Rate Materials
1080 Energy coupled to matter for responsive materials


Thursday, 7 June 2018

1100-1200 Full Panel Meeting with ARL Personnel

1200 Panel Adjourns

1200-1300 Panel Chair and National Academies Staff Meets with ARL Director

1300 Adjourn

Note: The data gathering sessions of this meeting to be held on June 5, 2018, from 2:15 pm – 3:30 pm, EDT, and 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm, EDT, and on June 6, 2018, from 10:50 am – 11:50 am, EDT will not be open to the public under Subsection 15(b)(3) of the Federal Advisory Committee Act, 5 U.S.C. App. The Academy has determined that to open these sessions to the public would disclose information described in 5 U.S.C. 552(b).
Is it a Closed Session Event?
Yes

Closed Session Summary Posted After the Event

The following committee members were present at the closed sessions of the event:

Mark Eberhart
Juan J. de Pablo
Olivia Graeve
Agnes C. Klucha
Lakshmi S. Nair
Edwin L. Thomas
Elizabeth Dickey
Subhash Mahajan
Ephraim Suhir
Naresh N. Thadhani
Joanna R. Groza
Christian Mailhiot
Karin M. Rabe
Susan B. Sinnott


The following topics were discussed in the closed sessions:

Review of the agenda and criteria and plan for the review.
Discussion of findings from the review.
Plan for the preparation of the final report.

The following materials (written documents) were made available to the committee in the closed sessions:

None

Date of posting of Closed Session Summary:
June 08, 2018


Location:

Army Research Laboratory
Adelphi, MD
Event Type :  
-

Registration for Online Attendance :   
NA

Registration for in Person Attendance :   
NA


If you would like to attend the sessions of this event that are open to the public or need more information please contact

Contact Name:  -
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Agenda
Wednesday, June 14, 2017

9:30-10:00
ARL Strategic Discussion and Q&A, Dr. Philip Perconti, Director (A), ARL

10:00-10:45
Materials Research Campaign Overview, Dr. Gary Wood, Chief, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division, SEDD

10:45-11:05
Break

11:05-11:35 Quantum Sciences Overview, Fredrik Fatemi, Research Physicist, SEDD
Presentation Lab Tour
11:35-12:05
Hybrid quantum systems for networking and sensing, Chih Wei Lai Ultrafast Electron Spectroscopy
12:05-12:55 Joint Working Lunch

Presentation Lab Tour
12:55-13:25
Modelling Quantum Materials and Protocols, Michael Foss-Feig Catalysis and Reaction Technology

13:25-13:55 Energy Efficient Electronics and Photonics – Overview, Romeo DelRosario, Chief, Electronics Technology Branch, SEDD

Presentation Lab Tour
13:55-14:25
Circuit Design, James Wilson Battery Dry Room

14:25-14:45
Break

Presentation Posters
14:45-15:15 UV Sources, Blair Connelly Materials for Soldier and Platform Power Systems (Zahl Lobby)
15:15-15:45
Efficient High Energy Lasers, Mark Dubinskiy

15:45-16:45
Open Poster Session

18:00-20:00 Joint Dinner: Panel Discussions with ARL Personnel

Thursday, June 15, 2017

8:15-8:45
Materials for Soldier and Platform Power Systems – Overview, Ed Shaffer

Presentation Posters
8:45-9:15
Alkaline Fuel Cells, Kyle Grew
Energy Efficient Electronics and Photonics (Zahl Lobby)
9:15-9:45
Beta-Photovoltaics, Marc Litz

9:45-10:15
Combustion Catalyst Energy Conversion, Ivan Lee Lab Tour
Quantum
10:15-10:35
Break

Presentation Poster
10:35-11:05
Aqueous Batteries, Kang Xu

Quantum Sciences (Zahl Lobby)
11:05-11:35
Pyroelectric Materials for Energy Harvesting, Brendan Hanrahan

11:35-12:05

Phase Change Materials for Electronics Thermal Management, Lauren Boteler

12:05-12:55 Joint Working Lunch

15:40-16:40 Small Group Panel Meetings with ARL Scientists: Energy & Power, Quantum, and Photonics

Friday, June 16, 2017

11:00-12:00 Panel Meets with ARL Personnel

12:00-13:00 Panel Chair and National Academies Staff Meets with ARL Director
Is it a Closed Session Event?
Yes

Closed Session Summary Posted After the Event

The following committee members were present at the closed sessions of the event:

Mark Eberhart
Richard C. Alkire
Michael I. Baskes
Stephen Creager
Olivia Graeve
Douglas C Hopkins
Paul V. Braun
Michael Ettenberg
Thomas L. Koch
Subhash Mahajan
Rajeev J. Ram
James S. Harris
Christian Mailhiot
Joseph W. Orenstein
C. Kumar N. Patel

The following topics were discussed in the closed sessions:

Review of the agenda and criteria and plan for the review.
Discussion of findings from the review.
Plan for the preparation of the final report.

The following materials (written documents) were made available to the committee in the closed sessions:

None.

Date of posting of Closed Session Summary:
June 19, 2017


Location:

Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
Event Type :  
-

Registration for Online Attendance :   
NA

Registration for in Person Attendance :   
NA


If you would like to attend the sessions of this event that are open to the public or need more information please contact

Contact Name:  Eva Labre
Contact Email:  elabre@nas.edu
Contact Phone:  -

Agenda
Monday, 23 May 2016

0900 Welcome and Introduction, Dr. Mark VanLandingham, Chief, Materials and Manufacturing Science Division (Acting)

0910 Manufacturing Overview and ManTech, Dr. Robert Carter, Chief, Materials Manufacturing Technology Branch

0940 Energy Coupled to Matter Manufacturing Research, Dr. Raymond Brennan, Materials Engineer

1010Biotechnology to Enable Future Manufacturing, Dr. James Sumner, Chief, Biotechnology Branch

1040 Break
1050 On Site Solar Production of Chemical Energy, Dr. Cynthia Lundgren, Chief, Electrochemistry Branch

1120 Topology Optimization for Additive Manufacturing, Dr. Andrew Gaynor, Postdoctoral Research Fellow

1150 Additive Manufacturing - Cold Spray Manufacturing Research, Mr. Victor Champagne, Materials Engineer

1220-1420 Parallel Sessions: Posters, and Lab Tour
Joint Working Lunch: Posters Available
Posters: Manufacturing Posters in labs
Lab Tour 1: Additive Manufacturing, Mr. LJ Holmes, Mr. Ricardo Rodriguez, and Dr. Robert Carter
Lab Tour 2: Energy Coupled to Matter, Dr. Raymond Brennan and Dr. Jennifer Sietens

1450 Manufacturing Transitions, Dr. Robert Carter, Chief, Materials Manufacturing Technology Branch

1505 Round Table Discussion of ARL Manufacturing Science: Present and Future, Dr. Mark VanLandingham, Chief, Materials and Manufacturing Science Division (Acting)

1650 Joint Session Discussion with ARL Personnel

1735 Adjourn

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

0900 ARL Strategic Discussion and Q&A Session, Dr. Philip Perconti, Director, Army Research Laboratory (Acting) Materials Research Campaign Lead

0945 Materials Research Campaign Overview, Dr. Philip Perconti, Director, Army Research Laboratory (Acting) Materials Research Campaign Lead

1015 Structural and High Strain & Ballistics Materials Overview, Dr. Mark VanLandingham, Chief, Materials and Manufacturing Science Division (Acting)

1030 ARL/Panel Discussion on Manufacturing, Dr. Mark VanLandingham, Chief, Materials and Manufacturing Science Division (Acting)

1045 Break

1100-1730 Parallel Sessions of Presentations, Posters, and Lab Tours

1100 Materials in Extreme Dynamic Environments (MEDE), Dr. John Beatty, Materials Engineer

1100 Posters: Structural, Lightweighting

1130 Methodologies for Scale-Bridging in Multiscale Modeing of Materials, Dr. Jaroslaw Knap, Mechanical Engineer

1155 Polymer Modeling Research, Dr. Jan Andzelm, Computational Chemist

1225-1325 Working Lunch: Morning Briefers Available for Q&A/Discussion; Open Poster Session & Lab Tour; All Tuesday Posters Staffed; Lab Tour 3: Powder Metallurgy (mill lab, Dr. Kristopher Darling’s other lab, and cold spray)

1325 Graphene and 2D Polymers for Soldier Protection, Dr. Eric Wetzel, Mechanical Engineer

1325 Posters: Structural, Lightweighting

1355 Composite Materials in High Strain Rate Environments, Dr. Daniel O'Brien, Mechanical Engineer

1420 Physical Response of Boron Carbide Under Extreme Conditions, Dr. Jerry LaSalvia, Materials Engineer

1420 Posters: Electronics

1445 Grain Boundary Modeling & Simulation for Lightweight Protective Materials, Dr. Mark Tschopp, Materials Engineer
1515 Break

1530 Materials for Robotic Augmented Soldier Protection, Dr. Shawn Walsh, Materials Engineer

1530 Posters (continues): Electronics

1600 Nanostructured Metallic Materials, Dr. Kristopher Darling, Materials Engineer

1630-1730 Afternoon Briefers are Available for Q&A/Discussion; Open Poster Session & Lab Tour; All Tuesday Posters Staffed; Lab Tour 4A: Polymer Fiber (or nanocomposites),Dr. Joseph Lenhart and Mr. Kevin Masser; Lab Tour 4B: Composites Laboratory, Dr. James Sands

1730 Adjourn and Shuttle to Dinner

1800 Joint Working Dinner: Panel/ARL Discussions

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

0900 Electronics Overview, Dr. Paul Amirtharaj, Chief, Electronics & RF Division

0915-1300 Parallel Sessions of Presentations, Posters, and Lab Tours

0915 Vertical 2D/3D Semiconductor Heterostructures, Dr. Terrance O'Regan, Electronics Engineer Posters: MEDE, High Strain and Ballistics

0945 Energy Efficient Soldier Radios, Dr. Peter Gadfort, Electronics Engineer

1015 Break

1030 Porous Silicon for On-chip Energetic Materials, Dr. Nicholas Piekiel, Mechanical Engineer

1100 Creating a Soft and Stretchable Power System, Dr. Nathan Lazarus, Electronics Engineer

1130-1300 Working Lunch: Morning Briefers are Available for Q&A/Discussion; Open Poster Session & Lab Tour; Lab Tour 5: Split group into 2 subgroups - One begins at nanocomp, the other at composites, then swap.

1500-1600 Breakout Session with ARL Scientists: (2 rooms)
Panel has Open Discussion with ARL Personnel
- Structural Materials / High Strain Rate & Ballistics
- Electronics

Thursday, May 26, 2016

1100 Panel Discussion with ARL Personnel

1200 Panel Meeting Adjourns

1200 Panel Chair, National Academies staff, and ARL Management to meet with ARL Director

1300 Adjourn

Note: The data gathering session of this meeting to be held on May 23, 2016, from 2:20 pm – 2:50 pm, EDT, will not be open to the public under Subsection 15(b)(3) of the Federal Advisory Committee Act, 5 U.S.C. App. The Academy has determined that to open these sessions to the public would disclose information described in 5 U.S.C. 552(b).







Is it a Closed Session Event?
Yes

Closed Session Summary Posted After the Event

The following committee members were present at the closed sessions of the event:

Jennie S. Hwang
Mark E. Eberhart
Richard C. Alkire
Michael I. Baskes
Joseph J. Beaman
Jr.
William J. Boettinger
Lalit C. Chhabildas
Dianne Chong
Neil A. Duffie
Horacio D. Espinosa
Michael Ettenberg
James S. Harris
Rainer Hebert
Agnes C. Klucha
Thomas L. Koch
Marc A. Meyers
Karin M. Rabe
Krishna Rajan
Robert E. Schafrik
Stewart A. Silling
Naresh N. Thadhani


The following topics were discussed in the closed sessions:

Review of the agenda and criteria and plan for the review.
Discussion of findings from the review.
Plan for the preparation of the final report.

The following materials (written documents) were made available to the committee in the closed sessions:

None

Date of posting of Closed Session Summary:
June 05, 2016


Location:

Army Research Laboratory
Event Type :  
-

Registration for Online Attendance :   
NA

Registration for in Person Attendance :   
NA


If you would like to attend the sessions of this event that are open to the public or need more information please contact

Contact Name:  Andrea Shelton
Contact Email:  ashelton@nas.edu
Contact Phone:  -

Agenda
Wednesday, 10 June 2015

0930 Materials Science Core Technical Competencies Overview, Dr. Philip Perconti, Director, ARL Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate (SEDD)

1015 Energy and Power Materials Campaign Initiatives, Dr. Edward Shaffer, Chief, Energy & Power Division, SEDD

1040 Break

1050 Advanced Energy Storage: Advanced Battery Chemistry, Dr. Conrad Kang Xu, Research Chemist, SEDD
Posters: Bio and Photonics staffed
Bio Lab Tour

1115 Advanced Energy Storage: Structural Batteries Using Additive Manufacturing, Dr. James Snyder, Research Chemist, Weapons and Materials Research Directorate (WMRD)
Mid-IR Solid State Laser Development Tour

1140 Alkaline Fuel Cells: Optimizing Structure and Chemistry of Ion-Containing Polymers for Charge Transport, Dr. Frederick Rick Beyer, Materials Research Engineer, WMRD
Bio Lab Tour

1205 Joint Working Lunch: Panel-ARL Discussions and Posters Available

1305 Alternative Energy: Photovoltaics, Dr. Kimberly Sablon-Ramsey, Research Physicist, SEDD
Posters: Bio and Photonics staffed,
Mid-IR Solid State Laser Development Tour

1330 Alternative Energy: Highly Mismatched Alloys, Dr. Wendy Sarney, Physical Scientist, SEDD
Bio Lab Tour

1355 Break

1405 Biological and Bioinspired Materials Overview, Dr. James Sumner, Chief, Biotechnology Branch, SEDD

1430 Synthetic and Genetically Engineered Peptide Materials, Dr. Dimitra Stratis-Cullum, Biomaterials Team Leader, SEDD
Posters: Photonics and Energy & Power staffed
Battery Dry Room Tour

1455 Computational Studies of Biological Materials Interactions, Dr. Margaret Hurley, Research Chemist, SEDD
Pyroelectric Energy Conversion Materials and Devices Tour

1520 High Performance Bio-Based Polymers for Army Applications, Dr. John La Scala, Chief, Coatings, Corrosion & Engineered Polymers Branch, WMRD
Posters (conitinues): Photonics and Energy & Power staffed
Mid-IR Solid State Laser Development Tour

1545 Open Poster Session (All posters staffed)

1800 Joint Working Dinner: Panel-ARL Discussions


Thursday, June 11, 2015

0800 ARL Strategic Discussion and Q&A Session, Dr. Thomas Russell, Director, ARL

0845 Engineered Photonics Materials Overview, Dr. Gary Wood, Chief, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division, SEDD

0900 Bio Photonics, Dr. Mark Griep, Materials Scientist, WMRD
Posters: Bio and Energy & Power staffed
Battery Dry Room Tour

0925 Modeling and Analysis of Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diode Materials, Dr. Greg Rupper, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, SEDD
Pyroelectric Energy Conversion Materials and Devices Tour

0950 Ultraviolet Avalanche Photodetector Research, Dr. Anand Sampath, Electronics Engineer, SEDD
Bio Lab Tour

1015 Break

1025 Short Wavelength Infrared Device Modeling and Optimization, Dr. Jonathon Schuster, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, SEDD
Posters: Bio and Energy & Power
Battery Dry Room Tour

1050 Diode Pumped Tm/Ho Composite Fiber 2.1 µm Single Mode Laser, Dr. George Alex Newburgh, Research Physicist, SEDD
Pyroelectric Energy Conversion Materials and Devices Tour

1115 Open Poster Session (Posters Grouped by Technology Cluster [All staffed)

1215 Joint Working Lunch: Panel-ARL Discussions and Posters Available


Friday, June 12, 2015

1000-1030 Full Panel Meets with ARL Scientists

1030-1130 Small Group Panel Meetings with ARL Scientists
• Energy and Power Materials
• Biological and Bioinspired Materials
• Engineered Photonics Materials
1130-1200 Panel Meets with ARL Senior Management

1200 Adjourn
Is it a Closed Session Event?
Yes

Closed Session Summary Posted After the Event

The following committee members were present at the closed sessions of the event:

Mark Eberhart
W. John Kao
Marc A. Meyers
David J. Mooney
Alan S. Rudolph
Naresh N. Thadhani
Richard C. Alkire
Stanley Atcitty
Michael I. Baskes
Lalit C. Chhabildas
Stephen Creager
Chris Marianetti
Karin M. Rabe
Stewart A. Silling
Paul V. Braun
Thomas L. Koch
Michael Ettenberg
Christian Mailhiot
Duncan T. Moore


The following topics were discussed in the closed sessions:

- Review of potential sources of perception of bias and conflict of interest
- Review of the scope of task for the panel
- Review of the meeting agenda
- Deliberation of findings from the materials presented during the review

The following materials (written documents) were made available to the committee in the closed sessions:

None

Date of posting of Closed Session Summary:
June 26, 2015


Location:

Army Research Laboratory
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland

Event Type :  
-

Registration for Online Attendance :   
NA

Registration for in Person Attendance :   
NA


If you would like to attend the sessions of this event that are open to the public or need more information please contact

Contact Name:  -
Contact Email:  elabre@nas.edu
Contact Phone:  -

Agenda
Tuesday, 3 June 2014

0830 Materials Campaign Overview, Dr. Phil Perconti, Director, Army Research Laboratory (ARL) Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate (SEDD)

0900 Discussion and Q&A with Dr. Thomas Russell, Director, ARL

0930 Materials in Extreme Dynamic Environments, Dr. John Beatty, ARL Weapons and Materials Research Directorate (WMRD)

0945 Nano-crystalline Iron, Dr. Kristopher Darling, ARL WMRD

1015 Break

1030 Poster Session I – Structural Materials – staffed

1030 Low Dimensionality Electronic Materials, Dr. Glen Birdwell, ARL SEDD

1100 Understanding the Electrical Performance of Stacked 2D Atomic Layered Materials, Mr. Matt Chin, ARL SEDD

1130 Emerging Technology for Power-efficient Electronics, Dr. Terrance O'Reagan, ARL SEDD

1200 RF MEMS, Dr. Ron Polcawich, ARL SEDD

1230 Joint Working Lunch: Panel-ARL Discussions and Posters Available
1330 Robust, Low Energy Integrated Circuits Based Upon Nano Electro-Mechanical (NEMS) Switches, Dr. Rob Proie, ARL SEDD

1400 On-Chip Energetics, Mr. Wayne Chraman, ARL SEDD

1430 Break

1430 Poster Session II – Electronic Materials – staffed

1730 Working Dinner: Panel-ARL Discussions

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

0830 Ceramics: Development of Boron Carbide, Dr. Jerry LaSalvia, ARL WMRD

0900 Energy Coupled to Matter, Dr. Raymond Brennan, ARL WMRD

0930 Laboratory Tours (Bldg 4600)

1030 Break

Thursday, June 5, 2014

1015 Joint Session with ARL Staff

1145 Adjourn

Note: The data gathering session of this meeting to be held on June 4, 2014, from 10:45 am – 1:30 pm, EST, will not be open to the public under Subsection 15(b)(3) of the Federal Advisory Committee Act, 5 U.S.C. App. The Academy has determined that to open this session to the public would disclose information described in 5 U.S.C. 552(b).
Is it a Closed Session Event?
Yes

Closed Session Summary Posted After the Event

The following committee members were present at the closed sessions of the event:

Jennie S. Hwang
Eli Brookner
Horatio Espinosa
James S. Harris
Christian Mailhiot
Chris Marianetti
Michael Baskes
Horatio Espinosa
Marc Meyers
Sorin Mitran
Krishna Rajan

The following topics were discussed in the closed sessions:

- Review of potential sources of perception of bias and conflict of interest
- Review of the scope of task for the panel
- Review of the meeting agenda
- Deliberation of findings from the materials presented during the review

The following materials (written documents) were made available to the committee in the closed sessions:

None.

Date of posting of Closed Session Summary:
June 12, 2014


Location:

Army Research Laboratory
Adelphi, Maryland

Event Type :  
-

Registration for Online Attendance :   
NA

Registration for in Person Attendance :   
NA


If you would like to attend the sessions of this event that are open to the public or need more information please contact

Contact Name:  Eva Labre
Contact Email:  elabre@nas.edu
Contact Phone:  -

Agenda
Tuesday, 11 June 2013

DATA GATHERING SESSION: OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Location: Army Research Laboratory, Zahl Building / Seminar Room 4D-38

0900 ARL & Materials Core Technical Competencies Overview, Dr. Phil Perconti, Director, ARL Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate (SEDD)

1000 Infrastructure for Materials Research – Photonics and Energy Focus, Dr. Gary Wood, Chief, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division

1030 Break

Location (Unless otherwise noted): Army Research Laboratory, Zahl Building / Seminar Room 4D-38

1045 Energy Overview, Dr. Cindy Lundgren, Chief, Electrochemistry Branch, Energy and Power Division

Presentation Posters Lab Tour
1100 Tactical Grid Storage, Dr. Jeffery Read, Technical Assistant, Electrochemistry Branch, Energy and Power Division Grouped by cluster (Photonics and Bio staffed), (Zahl Building, 3rd Floor) Bio Fuel Cells, (Zahl Building / Room 2D-22)
Nano NMR, (Zahl Building / Room 2C-35)
1125 Photosynthetic Production of Hydrogen, Dr. Cindy Lundgren, Chief, Electrochemistry Branch, Energy and Power Division


1150 ARL Strategic Discussion, Dr. Thomas Russell, Director, Army Research Laboratory

Location (Unless otherwise noted): Army Research Laboratory, Zahl Building / Seminar Room 4D-38

1220 Joint Working Lunch: Panel-ARL Discussions and Posters Available (Not Staffed), (Zahl Building, 3rd Floor)



Presentation Posters Lab Tour
1320 MEMS-enabled Power Conversion and Microelectronic Integration, Dr. Sarah Bedair, Energy and Power Division Grouped by cluster (Photonics and Bio staffed), (Zahl Building, 3rd Floor) Optoelectronics, (Zahl Building / Room 3C-35)
1345 Ultra-energetic Materials for Persistent Power, Dr. Jeffery Carroll, Energy and Power Division Bio Fuel Cells, (Zahl Building / Room 2D-22)
1410 Modeling and Experimentation of Wide Band Gap Devices for EM and DE Applications, Dr. Aderinto Ogunniyi, Ms. Heather O'Brien, Energy and Power Division Nano NMR, (Zahl Building / Room 2C-35)
1435 High Efficiency Thermoelectric Materials, Dr. Patrick Taylor, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division Optoelectronics, (Zahl Building / Room 3C-35)
1500 Bio Overview, Dr. Vicky L.H. Bevilacqua, Chief, Biotechnology Branch, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division Grouped by cluster (Energy and Photonics staffed), (Zahl Building, 3rd Floor) ------
1515 A Synthetic Biology Approach to Sensing Biological Contamination, Dr. Matthew Servinsky, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division Nano NMR, (Zahl Building / Room 2C-35) / MEMS Fuel Injection, (Zahl Building / Room 2C-19)
1540 Nanocellulose for Transparent Reinforcement of Composites, Dr. James Snyder, Weapons and Materials Research Directorate (WMRD) Optoelectronics, (Zahl Building / Room 3C-35) / Heat Transfer Lab, (Zahl Building / Room 2C-15)


1605 Open Poster Session – Posters Grouped by Technology Cluster (All staffed), (Zahl Building, 3rd Floor)

DATA GATHERING SESSION: OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

1830 Joint Working Dinner: Panel-ARL Discussions


Wednesday, June 12, 2013

DATA GATHERING SESSION: OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Location (Unless otherwise noted): Army Research Laboratory, Zahl Building / Seminar Room 4D-38

0800- Working Breakfast: Panel-ARL Discussions

Time Day 2 - Topic Title
Presentation Posters Lab Tour
0830 Photonics Overview, Dr. Gary Wood, Chief, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division Grouped by cluster (Energy and Bio staffed), (Zahl Building, 3rd Floor) --
0845 EM Modeling of Resonant QWIP Structures, Dr. KK Choi, Senior Scientist, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division MEMS Fuel Injection, (Zahl Building / Room 2C-19)
0910 III-V Materials for IR, Dr. Stefan Svensson, Team Leader, III-V and IV-VI Materials Growth and Characterization, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division Heat Transfer Lab, (Zahl Building / Room 2C-15)
0935 Metamaterials and Metastructures DSI, Dr. Weimin Zhou, Team Leader, RF Photonics, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division Bio Fuel Cells, (Zahl Building / Room 2D-22)
0950 THz Probe of Nitride Semiconductor Optoelectronic Materials and Devices, Dr. Grace Metcalfe, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division MEMS Fuel Injection, (Zahl Building / Room 2C-19)
1015 Mid IR Solid-State Laser Materials, Dr. Tigran Sanamyan, Electro-Optics and Photonics Division Heat Transfer Lab, (Zahl Building / Room 2C-15)

1040 Open Poster Session (Posters Grouped by Technology Cluster [All staffed]), (Zahl Building, 3rd Floor)


Thursday, June 13, 2013

DATA GATHERING SESSION: OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

1000 Joint Discussion with ARL staff

1200 Adjourn and Shuttle to Hotel
Is it a Closed Session Event?
Yes

Closed Session Summary Posted After the Event

The following committee members were present at the closed sessions of the event:

Jennie S. Hwang
Richard C. Alkire
Chris A. Marianetti
Anil V. Virkar
Michael Ettenberg
Elsa M. Garmire
Thomas L. Koch
Duncan T. Moore
Eli Brookner
Michael G. Spencer
Stuart L. Cooper
Tuan Vo-Dinh
Larry P. Walker
Marc A. Meyers
James Harris


The following topics were discussed in the closed sessions:

- Review of potential sources of perception of bias and conflict of interest
- Review of the scope of task for the panel
- Review of the meeting agenda
- Deliberation of findings from the materials presented during the review

The following materials (written documents) were made available to the committee in the closed sessions:

None

Date of posting of Closed Session Summary:
June 14, 2013

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