Beyond Einstein Program Assessment Committee:. AAAC Feb 8, 2007, Washington DC. Brian Dewhurst BEPAC Staff. Origin of the Beyond Einstein Program. 2000 release of “Astronomy and Astrophysics in the New Millennium” 2002 release of “Connecting Quarks with the Cosmos”
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Feb 8, 2007, Washington DC
William Adkins, Adkins Strategies, LLC
Thomas Appelquist, Yale
James Barrowman, NASA (retired)
David Bearden, Aerospace Corp.
Mark Devlin, U Pennsylvania
Joseph Fuller, Futron Corp.
Karl Gebhardt, U Texas
William Gibson, SWRI
Fiona Harrison, Caltech
Charles Kennel, UCSD, co-chair
Andrew Lankford, UC Irvine
Dennis McCarthy, Swales (retired)
Stephan Meyer, U. Chicago
Joel Primack, UC Santa Cruz
Lisa Randall, Harvard
Joseph Rothenberg, Universal Space Network, co-chair
Craig Sarazin, U Virginia
James Ulvestad, NRAO
Clifford Will, Washington University
Michael Witherell, UC Santa Barbara
Edward Wright, UCLACommittee Members
Independent Cost Est.
1. Greg Madejski, Stanford University 9. Alan Weinstein, Caltech
2. Katja Pottschmidt, UC, San Diego 10. Daniel Holz, LANL/Univ. of Chicago
3. Matt Malkan, UC, Los Angeles 11. Albert Lazzarini, Caltech
4. Richard Rothschild, UC, San Diego 12. Brent Ware, JPL
5. Robert Cahn, LBNL 13. Kip Thorne, Caltech
6. Richard Ellis, Caltech 14. Harald Pfeiffer and Mark Scheel, Caltech
7. Eric Linder, UC, Berkeley 15. Michael Seiffert, JPL
8. Alexandre Refregier, CEA Saclay