Directory of APS & AIP Congressional Science Fellows

2015-16

Karla Hagan
Office of Senator Richard J. Durbin
karla_hagan@durbin.senate.gov
(202) 224-5519

2014-15

Reba Bandyopadhyay
Office of the National Science Board
4201 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22230
reba@ulum.mit.edu


2013-14

Paul Davis
AAAS Congressional Science and Technology Policy Fellow
Washington, DC
poldavis@gmail.com


2012-13

Maggie Linak
(919) 621-1351
USAID – Office of Science & Technology
2800 Quebec Street
Washington, DC 20008
maggielinak@gmail.com


2011-12

Erin Boyd
Climate Change Policy and Technology
Office of Policy and International Affairs
U.S. Department of Energy
Fellow
eboyd@post.harvard.edu

Anna Quider, Ph.D.
Director, Federal Relations
Northern Illinois University
Division of Research and Innovation Partnerships
Washington, DC 20008
(815) 761-5558
aquider@niu.edu
www.niu.edu/federalrelations/

Meredith Drosback [AIP]
Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee
Science & Space Subcommittee Majority Office
254 Russell Senate Building
Washington, D.C. 20510

Makenzie Lystrup [AIP-ASA]
Office of Congressman Edward Markey (MA-7th)
2108 Rayburn House Building
Washington, D.C. 20510


2010-11

Laura Berzak Hopkins
Princeton University
Visiting Fellow
Woodrow Wilson School, Program on Science and Global Security
lfberzak@gmail.com

Chris Spitzer [AIP]
Senator Shaheen (D-NH)
520 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-2841
cdspitzer@gmail.com


2009-10

Virginia Corless
Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee
Dirksen Senate Office Building 304, NE
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-4971
virginia_corless@energy.senate.gov

Arti Garg
Subcommittee on Terrorism
Nonproliferation and Trade
House Foreign Affairs Committee
H2-253 Ford House Office Building, SW
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 226-1500
artigarg@gmail.com

Jeffrey Fox [AIPASA]
Senator Bingaman (D-NM)
jjf16@mac.com

Marcos Huerta [AIPAVS]
Congressman Grijalva (D-AZ)
huerta.marcos@gmail.com


2008-09

Elaine Ulrich
Solar Energy Technologies Program
Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
US DOE
Washington, DC 20515
elaine.ulrich@ee.doe.gov

Richard Thompson [AIP], Ph.D.
Office of Congressman R. Grijalva (D-AZ)
1440 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-2435
Fax: (202) 225-1541
rmthomps@email.arizona.edu


2007-08

Matt Bowen
Program Officer
Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences
National Academy of Sciences
500 Fifth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
mbowen@nas.edu

John Veysey [AIP]
Senior Legislative Assistant
Office of Congressman Dan Lipinski
1717 Longworth H.O.B.
Washington, D.C. 20515
(202) 225‑5701
john.veysey@mail.house.gov


2006-07

Don E. Engel, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President for Research
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, Maryland 21250
(410) 929-3643
donengel@gmail.com or donengel@umbc.edu

Alexander Saltman, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Commercial Spaceflight Federation
444 N. Capitol St. Suite 837
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 347-1418
alex.saltman@commercialspaceflight.org

Jonna Hamilton [AIP], Ph.D.
Office of Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL)
332 Dirksen Office Building
Washington, D.C.
(202) 224-2152


2005-06

Vivek Mohta, Ph.D.
Founder, Foresight.fm
San Francisco, CA
Email: vivek@foresight.fm


2004-05

Valerie Thomas
Industrial and Systems Engineering
765 Ferst Drive
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0205
(404) 385-7254
Email: valerie.thomas@isye.gatech.edu

Dahlia Sokolov [AIP]
Staff Director of the House Science Subcommittee on Energy
390 Ford House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515-6304
(202) 225-9662
Email: dahlia.sokolov@mail.house.gov


2003-04

Adam Rosenberg
Subcommittee on Energy and Environment
House Committee on Science and Technology
2320 RHOB
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-0584
adam.rosenberg@mail.house.gov

Lee Hirsch [AIP]
18700 Walkers Choice Road, #609
312 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Montgomery Village, MD 20886
lee4tz@yahoo.com


2002-03

Benn Tannenbaum
Sandia
950 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Suite 110
Mail Stop 1393
Washington, DC 20024-2123
bhtanne@sandia.gov


2001-02

Jennifer Wiseman
16 Bolly Farm Ct.
Reistertown, MD 21136
410-516-6539
jwiseman@pha.jhu.edu


2001-02

Maureen Mellody [AIP]
Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board
The National Academies
500 Fifth St. NW
Washington, DC 20001
mmellody@nas.edu


2000-01

Brendan Bryce Plapp
1504 S. Walter Reed Dr.
Arlington, VA 22204
Tel: (703) 294-6265
bp23@cornell.edu

Sherri Stephan
5717 La Vista Dr.
Alexandria, VA 22310
sherri_stephan@yahoo.com

Kendra Sharp [AIP]
Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering
Penn State University
157D Hammond Building
University Park, PA 16802
814-865-4292
ksharp@mne.psu.edu


1999-00

Dr. Gerard P. Gilfoyle
Department of Physics
University of Richmond
Richmond, VA 23173
(804) 289-8255
ggilfoyl@richmond.edu

Gregory B. Jaczko [AIP]
Commissioner U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Mail Stop 16C1
Washington, DC 20555
301-415-1820


1998-99

Antonia Herzog
4372 Montgomery St #4
Oakland, CA 94611-4712
Phone (510) 643-2243
Email aherzog@earthlink.net

Lowell Unger [AIP]
Manager, Policy Alliance to Save Energy
1200 18th Street, NW, Suite 900
Washington, DC 20036
202-530-2236


1997-98

Peter W. Rooney
The Fratelli Group
1300 Connecticut Ave, NW - Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202) 496-2468
peter_rooney@verizon.net

Kathryn G. Clay [AIP]
Executive Director
Clean American Transportation Alliance
400 N. Capitol Street
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 824-7122
kclay@aga.org


1996-97

Joseph G. Michels
Astrophysicist
Equity Partners LLC
Managing Director
320 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10022
(212) 277-1500
joe.g.michels@oneequity.com
Service: Sen. Joseph Lieberman
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, Oxford University, 1994

Stephen Hagen [AIP]
University of Florida
Dept. of Physics
Box 11840
Gainesville, Fl 32611-8440
352-392-4716
hagen@phys.ufl.edu
Service: Senate Banking Committee
Degree: Ph.D., Condensed Matter Physics, Princeton University 1989
Policy Expertise: financial services technology
Technical Expertise: low-temperature physics


1995-96

Kevin D. Aylesworth
Sr. Program Officer
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation
20 E. Redman Ave
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
856-216-9987
k.aylesworth@kstf.org

Kevin Bieg [AIP]
Mail Stop 0323
Sandia National Laboratory
Albuquerque, NM 87185
505-284-4784
kwbieg@sandia.gov
Service: House Committee on Science
Degree: Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, University of Illinois, 1976
Policy Expertise: technology innovation, technology transfer and commercialization
Technical Expertise: nuclear fusion, materials science


1994-95

John S. Morgan
Senior Engineer
Applied Physics Laboratory
John Hopkins University
M/S 2-101
Laurel, MD 20723
301/953-6000
jsmorgan@aplcomm.jhual.edu
From: Johns Hopkins/APL
Service: Rep. Dana Rohrabacher
Degree: Ph.D., Materials Science & Engineering, Johns Hopkins, 1990
Policy Expertise: ethics and lobby reform, budgets
Technical Expertise: non-destructive evaluation, battery research, wide band gap semi- conductors, detection of explosives, chemical/biological weapons

Laura A. Philips [AIP]
Business Technology Manager
Materials Technology Division
Corning, Inc.
Mail CodeSP-DV-02
Corning, NY 14831
607-974-1880
phillipsla@corning.com
From: Cornell University
Service: Sen. Joseph Lieberman
Degree: Ph.D., Chemistry, UC Berkeley, 1985


1993-94

Philip W. Hammer (Bo)
Associate Vice President
AIP Physics Resource Center
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740
(301) 209-3142
bhammer@fi.edu
From: Naval Surface Warfare Center
Service: House Science, Space & Technology Committee
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, University of Oregon, 1991
Policy Expertise: federal R&D policy, science education, industry/academia relations, careers
Technical Expertise: experimental fluid dynamics, chaos and nonlinear dynamics

Duncan T. Moore
Kingslake Professor of Optical Engineering
University of Rochester
PO Box 270186
Rochester, NY 14627-0186
(585) 275-5248
Fax: (585) 473-6745
moore@optics.rochester.edu
Service: Senator John D. Rockefeller
Degree: Ph.D., Optics, University of Rochester, 1974
Technical Expertise: optical engineering

Carmina Londono [AIP]
Western Hemisphere Standards Specialist
Office of Standards Services
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
301-975-2573
carmina@micf.nist.gov
carmina.londono@nist.gov
From: Polaroid Optical Engineering
Degree: Ph.D., Electro-optics, Tufts, 1992
Policy Expertise: GATT R&D subsidies code, technical standards for trade enhancement, export controls
Technical Expertise: optical engineering and design, technical standards and international trade


1992-93

Laurie A. Fathe
213/259-2812
Project Manager
Graduate Office
Los Angeles Collaborative for Teacher Excellence
1600 Campus Road
Los Angeles, CA 90041
fathe@oxy.edu
From: Occidental College
Service: House Committee on Science Space & Technology
Subcommittee on Space
Degree: Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, USC, 1989
Policy Expertise: environmental policy, science education, women's equity issues
Technical Expertise: lasers, laser medicine, green technology

Mark Goodman [AIP]
Office of Multilateral Nuclear Affairs
Bureau of Nonproliferation
U.S. Department of State
202-647-2832
goodmanmw@t.state.gov
From: Harvard Center for Science & International Affairs
Service: Sen. Kent Conrad
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, Princeton, 1986
Policy Expertise: defense and arms control, international and military space policy, energy and climate, global change research
Technical Expertise: theoretical physics


1991-92

Tina M. Kaarsberb
202/544-5200 x3014
Senior Scientist/Senior Policy Analyst
Center for Regional Policy
Northeast-Midwest Institute
218 D Street, SE
Washington DC 20003
tina@nemw.org
From: UCLA
Service: Sen. Pete V. Dominici
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, SUNY at Stony Brook, 1988
Policy Expertise: innovation and productivity, industrial modernization, climate change, environmental technology, science policy, defense laboratories
Technical Expertise: experimental particle physics research

Peter D. Saundry
National Council for Science and the Environment-NCSE
1101 17th Street, NW
Suite 250
Washington, DC 20036
psaundry@ncseonline.org
From: USC Ultra-Low Temperature Lab
Service: Senate Appropriations Committee
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, USC, 1991
Policy Expertise: science, environment and technology policy
Technical Expertise: low temperature physics

Rosalyn B. Ritts [AIP]
System Planning Corporation
1429 N. Quincy Street
Arlington, VA 22207
(703) 351-8292
rritts@sarnoff.com
From: Stanford Center for Integrated Systems
Service: House Committee on Science, Space and Technology
Degree: Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 1992
Policy Expertise: DoD/DoE authorization, national energy strategy, national laboratories, legislation to fund advanced technology development
Technical Expertise: implantable system, micro systems technology, micro fluidics for analysis and synthesis, microelectromechanical systems, advanced EE devices


1990-91

Priscilla Auchincloss
(585) 721-4220
297 Averill Ave.
Rochester, NY 14620
physikosinfo@gmail.com
From: University of Rochester, research associate
Service: Rep. Louise Slaughter
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, Columbia University, 1987
Policy Expertise: women and science
Technical Expertise: experimental high energy physics

Tim Elam [AIP]
Research Physicist
Naval Research Lab
Code 4683
Washington, DC 20375-5000
202-767-3014
tim.elam@nrl.navy.mil
elam@anvil.nrl.navy.mil
From: Naval Research Laboratory
Service: Senator Kent Conrad
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, University of Maryland, 1979
Policy Expertise: energy, science and technology
Technical Expertise: x-ray absorption, spectroscopy


1989-90

Charles P. Blahous III
(202) 466-3121
Hoover Institution Washington DC Office
21 Dupont Circle NW
Washington, DC 20036
Service: Sen. Alan Simpson
Degree: Ph.D., Chemistry, University of California at Berkeley, 1989
Policy Expertise: budget, entitlements
Technical Expertise: computational quantum chemistry

Kenneth Goettal [AIP]
President
Goettel and Associates, Inc.
2725 Donner Way
Sacramento, CA 95818
916-451-4160
kengoettel@aol.com
From: Harvard, Visiting Scholar
Service: Rep. Vic Fazio
Degree: Ph.D., Geochemistry, MIT, 1975
political expertise: environment, energy, natural hazards, cost-benefit analysis
Technical Expertise: physics, geological sciences


1988-89

Joan F. Cartier
703/578-2986
Analyst, Science & Technology Division
Institute for Advanced Defense Analysis
1801 North Beauregard Street
Alexandria, VA 22311
jcartier@ida.org
From: Texas Research Inst.
Service: House Committee on Science, Space & Technology
Degree: Ph.D., Chemical Physics, University of Florida, 1983
Policy Expertise: reliability assessment, technology risks, advanced sensors, defense acquisition programs
Technical Expertise: theoretical physics and chemistry

Mark W. Pestak
216/586-6759
Manager, Nitrates, Nitriles Planning & Reporting
BP Chemicals Inc.
4440 Warrensville Center Road
Warrensville Heights, OH 44128
pestakmw@bp.com
From: BP America
Service: Rep. Ed Markey
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, Pennsylvania State University, 1983
Policy Expertise: energy, environment, transportation
Technical Expertise: fluid properties

Arthur Charo [AIP]
Senior Program Officer
Space Studies Board
National Research Council
2101 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20418
202-334-3477
acharo@nas.edu
Service: OTA
Degree: Ph.D., Atomic/Molecular Physics, Duke University, 1981
Policy Expertise: arms control, defense technology, space transportation, earth remote sensing
Technical Expertise: molecular beam and far-infrared laser spectroscopy


1987-88

Edwin Goldin
703/867-5231
1001 Veazey Terrace NW
#718
Washington, D.C. 20008
From: Bethany College (UVA)
Service: Rep. Edward J. Markey
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, Polytechnic University, 1973
Policy Expertise: energy
Technical Expertise: optics

Joseph J. Romm
(202) 682-1611
Center for American Progress
1333 H Street, NW, 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
Service: Rep. Charles E. Bennett
Degree: Ph.D., Physicis, MIT, 1987
Policy Expertise: energy, environment, economics, national security
Technical Expertise: energy, manufacturing


1986-87

Jane A. Alexander
703/696-2233
Deputy Director
Defense Sciences Office
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
3701 N. Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22203-1714
jalexander@darpa.mil
From: MIT
Service: Sen. Albert Gore , Jr.
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, MIT, 1986
Policy Expertise: federal research and development funding, energy
Technical Expertise: solid state physics, superconductivity, ferroelectronics, nanoelectronics


1985-86

Joseph Finck
517/774-3467
Professor of Physics
Central Michigan University
Department of Physics
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859
finck@dune.phy.cmich.edu
From: Central Michigan State University
Service: Sen. Bill Bradley
Degree: Ph.D., Nuclear Physics, Michigan State University, 1982
political expertise: environmental policy, commerce, energy and natural resources, transportation, public works
Technical Expertise: experimental nuclear physics


1984-85

Ralph Izzo
973/430-8394
Senior Vice President
Corporate Planning
Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated
80 Park Plaza
Newark, NJ 07101
rizzo@pseg.com
From: Princeton Plasma Physics Lab
Service: Sen. Bill Bradley
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, Columbia University, 1981
Policy Expertise: environment, energy, science and technology
Technical Expertise: fusion physics

Alan R. Sweedler
619/594-6155 or 6240
Professor
Department of Physics
San Diego State University
San Diego, CA 92182-12330325
asweedler@sciences.sdsu.edu
From: UC San Diego
Service: Sen. Jeff Bingaman
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, University of California at San Diego, 1969
Policy Expertise: energy assessment
Technical Expertise: international security, arms control


1983-84

Aviva Brecher
National Technical Expert,
Transportation Safety, Health and Environment
Center of Innovation (CoI) for Environmental and Energy Systems: Energy Technology, RVT-42
DOT/RITA Volpe Center
55 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02142
O: 617-494-3470
F: 617-494-3260
aviva.brecher@dot.gov
From: A. D. Little
Service: Sen. Paul Tsongas
Degree: Ph.D., Applied Physics, University of California, San Diego, 1972
Policy Expertise: space, energy and environment, transportation
Technical Expertise: physics, space systems, risk analysis, technology assessment, transportation technologies

Anthony Fainberg
4500 Wetherill Road
Bethesda, MD 20816
tfainber@ida.org
From: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Service: Sen. Jeff Bingaman
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, University of California at Berkeley, 1969
Policy Expertise: military science policy, counter terrorism, proliferation
Technical Expertise: experimental particle physics


1982-83

Rush D. Holt
202/225-5801
U. S. House of Representatives (D-NJ)
1630 Longworth House Office Building
Washington DC 20515
From: Swarthmore College
Service: Rep. Robert Edgar
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, New York University, 1981
Policy Expertise: arms control, energy
Technical Expertise: astrophysics, energy

James R. Treglio
12202 Spruce Grove Place
San Diego, CA 92131‑2215
From: GA Technologies, Inc.
Service: Sen. Paul Tsongas
Degree: Ph.D., Plasma Physics, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1977
Policy Expertise: arms control, energy
Technical Expertise: plasma physics, particle beam


1980-81

Samuel F. Baldwin
U.S. Department of Energy
Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
1000 Independence Ave. SW
Washington, DC 20585
sam.baldwin@ee.doe.gov
From: University of Maryland
Service: Sen. Paul Tsongas
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, University of Maryland, 1980
Policy Expertise: energy, international development
Technical Expertise: solid state physics, energy

Burton H. Muller
307/742-6228
508 South 19th Street
Laramie, WY 82070
From: University of Wyoming
Service: Rep. Edward Markey
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, University of Illinois, 1954
Policy Expertise: nuclear issues
Technical Expertise: nuclear magnetic resonance


1979-80

Dixon M. Butler
202/302-0302
1920 Quincy Street NW
Washington, DC 20011
Dixon.butler@verizon.net
From: NASA
Service: Rep. David Obey
Degree: Ph.D., Space Physics, Rice University, 1975
Policy Expertise: budget, space, remote sensing, data information
Technical Expertise: stratosphere, information systems, earth remote sensing, environmental education


1978-79

Frederick M. Bernthal
202/293-1382
President
Universities Research Association
1111 19th St., N. W., #400
Washington, DC 20036
bernthal@fnal.gov
From: Michigan State University
Service: Sen. Howard Baker
Degree: Ph.D., Nuclear Chemistry, UC Berkeley, 1969
Policy Expertise: nuclear regulatory policy, international scientific and environmental policy, science and technology funding and policy, energy policy
Technical Expertise: chemistry, physics

Jill J. Wittels
781/863-4821
Vice President
Business Development and Operations
Lockheed Martin IR Imaging Systems
2 Forbes Road
Lexington, MA 02178
jill.wittels@lmco.com
From: MIT
Service: Sen. William Proxmire
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, MIT, 1975
Policy Expertise: technology export policy
Technical Expertise: physics, systems engineering


1977-78

Paul C. Maxwell
011-525-211-0042
Environmental Science & Technology Affairs Officer
U.S. Embassy-Mexico
US Department of State
Box 3087
Laredo, TX 78044-3087
maxwellpa@mexicwpoa.us-state.gov
From: Universidad de Venezuela
Service: Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
Degree: Ph.D., Materials Science, Stanford University, 1972
Policy Expertise: international science and technology policy, science education, technology transfer
Technical Expertise: materials science and engineering

Thomas P. Sheahan
301/924-6150
Sr. Scientist
Science Applications International Corporation
555 Quince Orchard Rd., #500
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
tomas.p.sheahen@cpmx.saic.com
From: National Bureau of Standards
Service: Sen. Mark Hatfield
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, MIT, 1966
Policy Expertise: technology transfer
Technical Expertise: energy


1976-77

Ronald C. Bruno
703/438-8063
Project Manager
Stanford Telecommunications Inc.
1761 Business Center Drive
Reston, VA 20190-5333
rbruno@sed.stel.com
From: Southern Illinois University
Service: Rep. Morris Udall
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, MIT, 1972
Policy Expertise: research and design policy, space, telecommunications
Technical Expertise: nuclear power, environment, telecommunications '75-76 JOHN H. YOUNG
703/476-0180
Education Consultant
11571 Shadbush Court
Reston, VA 22091
From: University of Wisconsin
Service: Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, UC Berkeley, 1966
Policy Expertise: technology policy regulation
Technical Expertise: oxidative phosphorylation

Granville J. Smith, III
011-591-2-787895
Program Manager
703/907-5634
NRECA/International Programs Division
Central American Rural Electric Support Program
4301 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22203
73762.1355@compuserve.com
From: Grinnell College
Service: Senate Commerce Committee
Degree: Ph.D. Physics, University of Iowa, 1969
Policy Expertise: privatization of energy sector in developing countries
Technical Expertise: renewable energy, photovoltaic power, rural development


1975-76

Paul Horwitz
(978) 405-3223
Senior Scientist
The Concord Consortium
25 Love Lane
Concorde, MA 01742
paul@concord.org
From: AVCO Everett Research Laboratory
Service: Sen. Edward Kennedy
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, New York University, 1967
Policy Expertise: technological innovation, educational technology research
Technical Expertise: high energy physics, laser physics


1974-75

Allan R. Hoffman
(703) 437‑4332
1621 Apricot Ct
Reston, VA 20190‑4432
ecosse4@comcast.net
From: University of Massachusetts
Service: Senate Commerce Committee
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, Brown University, 1967
Policy Expertise: science and technology policy, energy policy
Technical Expertise: solid state physics, renewable electric technologies

Thomas H. Moss
703-914 2854
4553 Shetland Green Rd.
Alexandria, Va. 22312
tomhmoss@aol.com
From: IBM Watson Research Center
Service: Rep. George Brown
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, Cornell University, 1965
Policy Expertise: energy, environment, science policy
Technical Expertise: biophysics, physics

Haven Whiteside
Adjunct Faculty, Physics and Mathematics
Ibor City, Hillsborough Community College
Tampa, FL 33631
From: Federal City College
Service: Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works
Degree: Ph.D., Applied Physics, Harvard University, 1963
Policy Expertise: energy, environment
Technical Expertise: physics, computers


1973-74

Benjamin S. Cooper
(202) 255-5919 (cell)
(540) 364-6991 (home)
P.O. Box 205
Orlean, VA 20128
bcfarm@starpower.net
From: Iowa State University
Service: Senate Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs
Degree: Ph.D., Nuclear Theory, University of Virginia, 1968
Policy Expertise: energy and science
Technical Expertise: physics

N. Richard Werthamer
212/929-1178
Chelsea Technologies
43 West 16 St., #7D
New York, NY 10011
nrw@aip.org
From: Bell Laboratories
Service: Rep. Charles Mosher
Degree: Ph.D., Physics, UC Berkeley, 1961
Policy Expertise: energy, health care, science and technology policy
Technical Expertise: condensed matter, casino blackjack.