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General Information

Last updated 10/12/05 

Many thanks to the folks in the community who've been working hard to help NANOG change and improve. We value your input.

Date: Mon, 9 May 2005 15:34:43 -0400
From: "McPherson, Michael"
To: nanog-futures, nanog-announce
Cc: nanogpc, Betty Burke, Susan Harris
Subject: The evolution of NANOG

For some time there have been extensive discussions, both in person and via email, concerning the future of NANOG.  A dedicated group of individuals (including many of you) has assembled a detailed proposal for NANOG's evolution, a proposal which lays out a number of important ideas.  Merit staff are very grateful for the well-informed and constructive work put forth by the NANOG community.

We at Merit are in agreement with most of the proposed changes, although there are a few points which we feel require further discussion.  In this message I would like to outline Merit's reaction to these proposals and propose some next steps for discussion via email and at the next NANOG meeting in Seattle.  As you will see below, our intention is to move forward with these changes over the summer.

The first change you will see is one of financial transparency. Beginning with the Seattle meeting, Merit will provide an update on NANOG finances and operations at each meeting.  Look for this presentation at every future NANOG meeting; it will take place during the Sunday Special Community Meeting in Seattle.  Information will also be posted on nanog.org.

We support the formation of a Steering Committee which will provide overall guidance for NANOG operations, appoint the Program Committee, and appoint the mailing list administrator panel.  The Steering Committee would consist of six members elected by the NANOG community and one appointed by Merit.  We propose that an election process be developed and that the first Steering Committee be elected during the summer of 2005, to begin serving by the Fall NANOG meeting.

We support the formation of a Program Committee appointed by the Steering Committee.  Our experience leads us to believe that a larger committee will be better able to handle the heavy workload, so we suggest that the Program Committee consist of 16 members  (plus one member appointed by Merit).  

A smooth transition from the current committee to a new one is critical to ensure the success of upcoming meetings.  We propose that the current Program Committee continue as presently constituted through the Fall NANOG meeting (except that the three open positions would be filled through appointment by the current committee after an open nomination process).  This will allow time for the Steering Committee to be elected and to appoint a new Program Committee.  

In order to provide continuity and preserve institutional memory of the programming process, half (or more, at the discretion of the Steering Committee) of the members of the first reconstituted Program Committee would be selected from among those current Program Committee members willing to continue service, and the remainder would be new appointments from the community at large.  We propose that Steve Feldman continue his capable leadership as Program Committee chair for the first year to help the new committee get established.

We recommend that a member of the Steering Committee serve ex officio on the Program Committee, and that the chair of the Program Committee serve ex officio on the Steering Committee.  These liaison roles will help ensure that the activities of the two groups are coordinated.

We also support the change to mailing list administration, a change already partially implemented.  We propose three panel members appointed by the Steering Committee and one appointed by Merit.

We seek further discussion on the subject of membership.  We at Merit believe that NANOG's success is due in no small part to its informality, an informality which mirrors other technical activities related to the Internet.  We believe that addition of a paid membership category will dilute the influence of those who make the effort and take the time to participate in NANOG's main activity, the meetings.  We propose that eligibility to vote in NANOG elections be determined solely by registration for NANOG meetings.  We look forward to discussing this question in Seattle.

Finally, although NANOG is a community of professionals, it is also a Merit business activity and not a separate organization.  Merit accepts the risks, both financial and otherwise, created by NANOG.  Merit staff are responsible first to Merit's Board of Directors for these financial and risk issues.  In order to exercise our responsibility to our Board we must retain final authority over NANOG operations and finances, including representing NANOG to other organizations, negotiating and executing agreements with vendors, and selecting hosts and sites.  We do not expect this to be a problem in practice, however, as we intend to work with the new Steering Committee and Program Committee on the presumption that the members of the NANOG community know best what they need from NANOG.  We are confident that the goals of community guidance and transparency can be achieved without abrogating our responsibility to Merit's Board.

You can read a draft of a proposed new NANOG Charter and action plan at http://www.nanog.org/evolution.html.  You will also find a link to the most recent NANOG-reform draft bylaws document for reference.  We have adopted considerable language from that document, into which so much effort was put.  We thank those who provided that foundation and have participated in the discussion so far, and we encourage everyone to participate in the continuing evolution of NANOG.  We are excited about moving NANOG into its future. 

See you at the NANOG Futures session in Seattle on Tuesday, 17 May.

 

Mike

 

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2005 Election Results

Based on the election results, here is the new 7-member NANOG Steering Committee, comprising one (1) representative appointed by Merit Network and six (6) elected members:

  • Betty Burke (Merit Representative)
  • Chris Morrow, UUNET/MCI
  • William B. Norton, Equinix
  • Joe Abley, ISC
  • Randy Bush, IIJ
  • Philip Smith, Cisco
  • Jared Mauch, Verio

In accordance with the NANOG charter, Program Committee chair Steve Feldman will serve as an ex officio member of the Steering Committee. 

Many thanks to the new committee and to all the other candidates who donated time to the process -- it's been great to see such a high level of interest from the community. 

Election Summary 

Over 1800 people were eligible to vote, with eligibility based on having attended at least one NANOG meeting in the past two years, i.e., between fall 2003 (Chicago, NANOG 29) and spring 2005 (Seattle, NANOG 34). 

Of those who were eligible to vote, 319 completed the registration process. Of those, 260 actually voted. The total number of votes cast was 1255. Although everyone who voted could choose up to six (6) candidates, not everyone selected that many -- that is why the total number of votes is less than it might have been. 

The voting mechanism was designed to ensure that each registered voter cast only oneballot. To respect privacy and protect confidentiality, the identity of the voter and the choices made on the ballot were decoupled so there is no way to know who voted for whom. 

Congratulations to the winners, and thank you to everyone who voted!

 

Candidate Votes
     Chris Morrow, UUNET/MCI 119
     William B. Norton, Equinix 117
     Joe Abley, ISC 114
     Randy Bush, IIJ 104
     Philip Smith, Cisco 96
     Jared Mauch, Verio 85
     Martin Hannigan, Verisign 75
     Daniel Golding, The Burton Group 72
     Ron da Silva, Time Warner Cable 69
     Steve Gibbard, PCH 68
     Dorian Kim, Verio 67
     Josh Snowhorn, Terremark 64
     Vince Fuller, Cisco 52
     Lixia Zhang, UCLA 50
     Mark Kosters, VeriSign 41
     Dave Wodelet, Shaw Communications 36
     Christopher Chin, UC Berkeley 26

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2005 NANOG Steering Committee Candidates

Congratulations to the 17 candidates below, who have been nominated to serve on the first NANOG Steering Committee. Online voting begins July 12, 2005, and will be announced on the NANOG list and the NANOG web. You are eligible to vote if you have attended one NANOG meeting in the past two years (see the list of eligible voters) and may vote for up to six candidates. 

(1) Joe Abley, ISC Joe Abley has been a contributor to the NANOG list for many years, and an attendee at face-to-face meetings since he moved to North America from New Zealand in 2000. Joe has presented at several NANOG meetings, both in the main session and in the tutorial session. He has run the PGP key signing parties at NANOG many times, and has a good working relationship with Merit staff. 

Joe has been involved in the organisation of all NZNOG meetings to date, with the particular responsibility of soliciting proposals for presentations and workshops from international speakers. He presented one of two keynote speeches at the first SANOG meeting in Kathmandu, Nepal, and has been a member of the SANOG programme committee since it was formed. Joe has presented at or otherwise assisted with several AfNOG meetings, and is a volunteer instructor for the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC). He is chair of the DNS-SIG at APNIC, and recently joined the APRICOT programme committee. Joe has helped organise and teach in DNS workshops hosted by the Internet Society and the NSRC for the benefit of ccTLD registries in developing regions. 

Through the global deployment of the F root server, Joe has come into contact with many different operator communities in Africa, the middle east, Europe, Australasia and South- and East-Asia. This wide perspective would be helpful both in the solicitation of proposals for NANOG meetings from outside the region, and in more general proposal evaluation.

Joe is engaged in hands-on network operations in ISC's network in California, a three-site, multi-gigabit, multi-vendor network with high transit and peering path splay which has supported native IPv6 and IPv4/IPv6 multicast for many years. ISC also operates over twenty additional nodes around the world (in North America and elsewhere). ISC's networks support high-profile free software projects, root/TLD nameservers and various (other) notable DDoS targets, as well as providing transit for numerous worthy causes in the San Francisco Bay Area. 

In past roles, Joe was responsible for the design and implementation of large carrier convergence networks in New Zealand, and was involved in the operation of the backbone network at MFN/AboveNet. At MFN he also worked in the Tools group, and worked with CAIDA and WAND on instrumentation and measurement projects. CAIDA is also currently engaged in traffic measurement projects with ISC. 

Joe has close working and personal relationships with engineers at ISPs and carriers in central Canada (in particular, those who exchange traffic at the Toronto and Ottawa Internet Exchanges), and believes he is somewhat well-known throughout the effective catchment of NANOG through his participation in operator meetings and mailing lists. He works from his home in London, Ontario, Canada. He now counts Canadian amongst his various nationalities, and hence is formally a North American, even if he don't sound like one :-) 

Joe's participation in Internet community activities such as NANOG is supported by ISC, who continue to fund his involvement in them both in terms of time (and expenses, as necessary). 

(2) Randy Bush, IIJ Randy Bush is a Principal Scientist at IIJ (an actual ISP). He was a Founding Engineer at Verio (now retired) and has spent 40 years in computing: compiler geek, real-time systems, actually configures routers, servers, architects networks ... Randy also has 18 years of experience in internet tech transfer to developing countries. He has served as Principal Investigator at the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC, http://nsrc.org/) and was on the NANOG Program Committee for many years. Randy was one of the members of the Founding Board of ARIN, and has also served as the IVTF Ops Director (retired). 
(3) Christopher Chin, UC Berkeley Christopher Chin is a senior member of the Network Services Team at UC Berkeley, where he and his colleagues support the data network and its associated services. With responsibilities including troubleshooting, tracking, and mitigating the "weird" stuff (traffic/routing anomalies, failing equipment, attacks/floods within UCB as well as inbound and outbound), he is an active participant in the networking community. 

Christopher has extensive experience in both the private and public sectors, and understands and appreciates the driving factors in each environment. 

In his role at UC Berkeley, Christopher is often involved with pilot projects and other early beta testing opportunities which help form the direction of product, protocol, and best practice development. His work with wireless networking and worm mitigation was the subject of a recent NANOG presentation.

(4) Ron da Silva, Time Warner Cable Ron da Silva is the Director of Broadband Technology for Time Warner Cable, a Time Warner company. He is responsible for technology strategy within Advanced Technology and Engineering, where he is leading the development of the company's next generation broadband architecture. Furthermore, he is driving major network technology initiatives across the company and is the focal point for related issues. 

Ron was selected for his current position after six years as the Principal Network Architect at America Online, Inc., also a Time Warner company. There, he was responsible for designing and scaling the company's data networks. During his first couple of years with AOL, Ron had the unique experience of building an international backbone from concept, which has since evolved to be a full scale, tier-one ISP. Additionally, Ron oversaw the development of the datacenter hosting networks as the business experienced some of its greatest growth. 

Prior to joining AOL in 1998, Ron served as a principal engineer for Sprint's internet backbone after ranking first in the competitive Associate Engineering Program. Ron began his career in 1992, when he started systems and LAN administration while completing his Bachelor of Science in applied mathematics and English at Old Dominion University (1994). Ron is well known in the service provider community and is very active in various industry organizations. He serves as Chairman of the Technical Advisory Council for ARIN.

(5) Vince Fuller, Cisco Vince Fuller is presently employed at Cisco as a senior technical consultant for the new service provider engineering, execution, and delivery group. His previous experience is extensive, and includes 13 years in network operations, engineering, architecture, and design for major Internet service providers and seven years of software engineering/programming of Internet protocols and system operations dating back to the original deployment of TCP/IP on the ARPANET in the early-to-mid 1980s. Vince has been involved with the IETF, NANOG, and its predecessor (the NSFNET Regional Techs) since 1988. He is a 1985 graduate of Carngie-Mellon University.
(6) Steve Gibbard, PCH I was the primary author of the original NANOG Reform proposal which led eventually to these elections, and the last of many editors of the NANOG reform draft bylaws, on which Merit's new NANOG bylaws were based. I've also been serving as an interim member of the NANOG mailing list administration group. I'm running for the Steering Committee because I'd like to continue influencing NANOG's evolution. 

I've been a regular attendee of NANOG meetings for the last five years, and a reader of the mailing list for a few years before that. In that time, NANOG has been a great source of information, contacts required to get things done, my current job, and more. I'd like to see that continue. But I've also spent a lot of time recently at other network operations conferences around the world, sometimes as a speaker and sometimes as an attendee, and seen a lot of other ways of doing things that seem to work better than NANOG's current setup. Having speakers talk to darkened rooms with 600 people burying their heads in their laptops seems to stifle useful discussion. Having meetings scheduled from 9 am to 10:30 pm cuts into time for less formal discussions, which are an important part of these conferences. 

I'm also concerned about NANOG's financial management, as meeting fees have been rising considerably over the past few years while money has been spent on things like "tool development," with no apparent benefit to the NANOG community. 

I've been doing Internet engineering and operations work for nine years. I've worked for a local ISP in Detroit, small and large hosting companies in San Francisco, and a big global telco. I've been a consultant to an academic network in Singapore that got its transit in Seattle and a county-run ISP in a very rural Montana county. I think I've got a pretty wide variety of experience with different sorts of networks in North America and elsewhere. Currently, I'm the Network Architect at Packet Clearing House (www.pch.net), where I spend most of my time running a DNS network hosting servers on six continents serving eleven top level domains. 

(7) Daniel Golding, The Burton Group Daniel Golding is an industry analyst with The Burton Group, a major IT research and advisory firm. He primarily covers internetworking, routing issues, wide area networking technologies, network scalability, and the Domain Name System. He has recently written reports on a variety of subjects ranging from proper IGP scaling for large enterprises to Virtual Private LAN Services to techniques for interconnecting multicarrier RFC2547 VPNs. 

Previously, Daniel has held senior network architecture, peering and technical management positions with several large Internet Service Providers, including AOL, Earthlink, and NetRail. He is a frequent speaker at industry events including NANOG, MPLSCon, the Terrabit Forum, and the Switch and Data Peering forums. Daniel is an author of the draft NANOG bylaws, as well as a strong voice for the evolution of Merit's ongoing relationship with the operational community. 

Daniel is a graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Engineering degree, and George Mason University with a Masters of Science degree in Telecommunications. 

(8) Martin Hannigan, Verisign Martin Hannigan has been an Internet innovator since 1987 when he co-founded the Internet Special Interest Group at MIT, in Cambridge, MA. He has held a variety of engineering, operations, and management roles at Microsoft, TIAC, Level(3) Communications, InterNAP, Cignal Global, and the world's first ISP, The World - Software Tool & Die. A recognized leader in collocation and network management standards, Martin is currently employed on the Network Engineering team at VeriSign, a provider of communications and electronic commerce services. He also served as the first chair of the NANOG mailing list administration team. Martin lives in Boston, MA and is an avid fisherman, boater, and deep-sea jet skier.
(9) Dorian Kim, Verio Dorian Kim currently serves as the director of IP Development at Verio, an NTT Communications company. He is responsible for the overall architecture and evolution of NTT Communications' Global IP Network as well as the development of OSS systems supporting it. Additionally, Mr. Kim serves on the technical advisory board of Packet Clearing House (PCH), and serves on the Programming Committee of the Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies (APRICOT). He is also a member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS), the body that judges the Webby Awards. 

Prior to joining Verio in 1998, Mr. Kim worked for Sprint providing techincal oversight for the Data Engineering group. He has also served as the lead engineer for an NSF regional network, CICNet, overseing the academic network's commercial transition during the mid 1990s. At CICNet he played a leading role in the Internet community-wide cooperative deployment of new technologies, such as native IP multicast and multiprotol BGP. 

Mr. Kim has been an active participant during the last twelve years in networking fora such as NANOG, IETF, IEPG, APRICOT and APOPS, and has been a frequent speaker at technical conferences.

(10) Mark Kosters, VeriSign Mark Kosters has over eighteen years of experience as an applications developer and technical manager. Over the last fourteen years, he was a senior engineer at Data Defense Network (DDN) NIC, chief engineer and Principal Investigator under the NSF-sponsored Internet NIC (InterNIC), and currently Vice President of Research at VeriSign. He has been involved in application design and implementation of client/server tools, router administration, UNIX system administration, database administration, and network security. He has represented both network information centers in various technical forums such as the IETF, RIPE, APNIC, and NANOG. 

Additionally, Mark has been involved in Internet standards development, having co-authored RFCs on RWhois (RFC 1714 and 2167), Internet Registry IP Allocation Guidelines (RFC 2050), and Root Name Server Operational Requirements (RFC 2870). Mark also is currently serving a member of ICANN's Security and Stability Committee, ICANN's DNS Root Server System Advisory Committee and ARIN's Advisory Council.

(11) Jared Mauch, Verio Jared Mauch has been involved in the NANOG community for more than eight years, hosting various resources for network operators and attending the meetings as possible. He previously served on the Board of Directors of a 501(c)3 corporation and has extensive experience operating networks both large and small. Jared is presently employed by NTT/VERIO (AS2914) and has enable access. His goal for NANOG is for it to attain its true potential in whatever form that may be and do his best to help it evolve over the coming months and years.
(12) Chris Morrow, UUNET/MCI Chris Morrow started with UUNET/MCI in the Internet Customer Security Department assisting customers with mitigation of live security incidents and Denial of Service attacks. Over the five years he has been with UUNET/MCI he has remained in the Internet Customer Security Department while expanding his responsibilities to include development tasks and backbone security threat mitigation. 

While in this position Chris has helped develop several techniques for Denial of Service Mitigation, including the method currently used by UUNET/MCI to track attack traffic across its backbone and the method which allows UUNET/MCI customers to blackhole their own IP space in the event that space is being attacked. Additionally, Chris has contributed to several features available now on Juniper and Cisco routers used to provide security services. His responsibilities now include resolving security engineering tasks for the UUNET/MCI IP Backbone as well as customer security issues. 

Chris has presented to several industry conferences the current 'best practices' for backbone security and customer security on a large backbone network. This has enabled many other large network service providers to implement similar reaction methods used to mitigate customer security issues, allowing better cooperation between network providers during global security incidents. 

(13) William B. Norton, Equinix William B. Norton is Co-Founder and Chief Technical Liaison at Equinix, a global carrier-neutral Internet Exchange company. For the past six years in that role, he has worked tirelessly with Internet service providers and content providers, building, evangelizing, and facilitating peering.

Bill is also well-known for his series of white papers documenting Internet operations practices for the community. He is a frequent speaker at numerous Internet conferences throughout the world, including NANOGs, RIPE meetings, APRICOTs, and various peering forums. For the three years prior to Equinix, Bill served as chair of NANOG. In his more than 16 years of experience in the industry, he has developed a rich network of professional relationships, as well as a keen insight into the nuances and ever-changing currents of the Internet arena. 

Bill currently serves as a member of the NANOG Program Committee and has moderated numerous Peering BoF sessions at NANOG conferences. He is also a frequent NANOG mailing list contributor. 

(14) Philip Smith, Cisco Philip Smith has been with Cisco Systems since 1998 and is based in Brisbane, Australia. He is a Consulting Engineer, part of the Service Provider Architectures Group in Corporate Development. His role includes working with many ISPs in the Asia Pacific region, specifically in network strategies, technology, design and operations, configuration and scaling. 

As part of an ISP and Internet education initiative, Philip runs several Routing and Internet Technology Workshops in the Asia Pacific region. He also assists as co-instructor at similar events in many other parts of the world. Philip also is closely involved in regional activities, being chair of the APRICOT Management Committee, chair of APOPS, member of the organising and programme committees for SANOG and PacNOG, as well as chair of APNIC's Routing and Internet Exchange Point Special Interest Groups. 

Prior to joining Cisco, he spent five years at PIPEX (now integrated into MCI's global network business), the UK's first commercial Internet Service Provider. He was one of the first engineers working in the commercial Internet in the UK, and played a key role in building the modern Internet in Europe.

(15) Josh Snowhorn,Terremark With more than six years experience in the telecommunications industry, Josh Snowhorn is currently a Director and the Peering Coordinator at Terremark Worldwide, Inc., a leading operator of Internet exchange points (IX) from which it provides colocation, interconnection and managed services to the government and commercial sectors. Mr. Snowhorn is responsible for all issues related to peering, including facilitation of network interconnectivity between North and South America.

Mr. Snowhorn has been involved with the NAP of the Americas from site selection to design and construction of the category-5 hurricane-proof structure that houses the NAP. He has been at the forefront of infrastructure trends supporting the growth of the Internet.

Mr. Snowhorn is a devoted attendee of NANOG and a strong supporter of the progressions towards change that have been made this year. NANOG is more than a technical conference; it is the venue that binds our industry socially.

(16) Dave Wodelet, Shaw Communications Dave Wodelet is the Director of IP Backbone Engineering for Shaw Communications. Shaw is a Canadian Cable/Telecommunications company providing Internet services to residential broadband cable customers and many other businesses and ISPs throughout Canada, the US, and Europe. The company is big enough to justify its own International fiber optic backbone but small enough, and new enough to the industry, to still care. Shaw cares about improving the Internet and still maintaining an OPEN peering policy. Shaw is happy to peer with anyone who has the same desire to improve Internet connectivity for their respective customers.

Dave has been an active NANOG participant since the mid 1990s. He has hosted and presented a number of talks at NANOG, ARIN, ISPCON, and various other public Peering Forums and Technology Summits. As a strong supporter of open standards, Dave was responsible for leading the initiative to get all network equipment vendors to support third-party SFP GBIC interoperability in the industry.

(17) Lixia Zhang, UCLA Lixia Zhang received her M.S.E.E. degree from California State University, Los Angeles, in 1981, and her Ph.D. Degree in computer science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1989. From 1989 to 1996 she was a member of the research staff at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center; since 1996 she has been a professor in the Computer Science Department at UCLA. Lixia is an active participant in community service. She served as co-chair of the IEEE COMSOC Internet Technical Committee 1995-1999, and Vice Chair of ACM SIGCOMM 1999-2003. She is now a member of the SIGCOMM Technical Advisory Committee and the ACM SIGCOMM Asia Workshop Steering Committee. 

Lixia's involvement with the Internet started in 1981, when she joined Dr. David Clark's research group at MIT. She has participated in IETF activities since its beginning. Her areas of interest include routing protocols, transport protocols, QOS support, and resilience in large scale systems. Lixia has been a member of the IETF Transport Area directorate since 1992, co-chair of RSVP Working Group during 1994-2000, and a member of the Internet Architecture Board from 1994 to 1996. She was just reappointed to serve on the IAB starting March 2005.

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2005 Eligible NANOG Voters

Community members eligible to vote in the 2005 NANOG Steering Committee election are listed below. To qualify, you must have attended at least one NANOG meeting in the past two years, i.e., between fall 2003 (Chicago, NANOG 29) and spring 2005 (Seattle, NANOG 34). 

Email addresses will be used to authenticate voters during the election.Voters for whom Merit does not have an email address are marked with *** below. If your name is marked, or if you're not listed here and believe you should be, please send e-mail to nanog-support@nanog.org

You'll find a list of Steering Committee candidates HERE. The online election began July 12, 2005, with instructions sent to eligible voters in email. Be sure to vote and make your opinion known!

  • Abarbanel, Benjamin
  • Abbas, Majdi
  • Abe, Kenji
  • Abley, Joe
  • Ackert, Forrest ***
  • Adelson, Jay
  • Afek, Yehuda
  • Afrakhteh, Arash
  • Agnese, Joe
  • Ahluwalia, Shobhana
  • Ahmad, Altaf
  • Ahmad, Najam
  • Ahmed, Altaf
  • Akai, Masaru
  • Al Hamdan, Mohammad
  • Alaettinoglu, Cengiz
  • Albanna, Zaid
  • Albritton, Heath
  • Alder, Raven
  • Aldridge, James
  • Alexander, Dan
  • Alger, Nathan
  • Ali, Nisar
  • Ali, Mohammad
  • Allen, Lori
  • Allen, George
  • Allen, Thayne
  • Alonso, Rodrigo
  • Alvestrand, Harald
  • Amadei, Stephen
  • Amante, Shane
  • Ames, Walter
  • Amundson, Kris
  • Anaya, Fernando
  • Andersen, Paul
  • Anderson, Aaron
  • Anderson, Celeste
  • Andrade, Federico
  • Anthony, Haraguchi
  • Apley, Brian
  • Appanna, Chandra
  • Appenzeller, Guido
  • Arata, Matt
  • Ardelean, Dan
  • Arif, Amir
  • Ariga, Seiji
  • Armatys, Tony ***
  • Arsenault, Charles
  • Arshinov, Sergey
  • Arslanagic, Emir
  • Asadullah, Salman
  • Atkinson, Ran
  • Atlas, Alia
  • Aufderheide, Jonathan
  • Aupperle, Eric
  • Austein, Rob
  • Avula, Veena
  • Awalt, Trevor
  • Axelrod, Mike
  • Ayyangar, Arthi
  • Bacher, Jan
  • Bagwell, Gerald
  • Bai, Xin
  • Bailey, Michael
  • Bailey, Jim
  • Bains, Amrik ***
  • Bains, Jag
  • Bakker, Steven
  • Bal, Manprit
  • Balakrishnan, Ambika
  • Baldwin, Lawrence
  • Ballard, Jude
  • Balus, Florin
  • Bamford, Stewart
  • Bancroft, Jonathan
  • Bannister, David
  • Barak, David
  • Barber, Piet
  • Bargisen, Nina Hjorth
  • Barnett, Christopher
  • Barnett, David
  • Barnett, Robert
  • Barrera, Thomas
  • Barrios, Rene
  • Barron, Tom
  • Barrows, Jeff
  • Barth, Colby
  • Bartig, Jeff
  • Bartling, Michael
  • Bashaw, Lynn
  • Batanov, Ivan
  • Batey, Schyler
  • Battles, Timothy
  • Bautista, Noel
  • Bazar, Jeffrey
  • Bechly, Tom
  • Bechtel, Adam
  • Beck, Hershy
  • Becker, Dave
  • Beckhaus, Thomas
  • Begley, John
  • Bell, Eric
  • Bellovin, Steven
  • Bennett, Allan
  • Bennett, Jon
  • Bensimon, Greg
  • Benton, Jerome ***
  • Bergen, Patrick
  • Berger, Robert
  • Bernardi, Dave
  • Best, Greg
  • Bethke, Scott
  • Beverly, Rob
  • Bhattacharyya, Supratik
  • Bicknell, Leo
  • Billings, Kevin
  • Bishop, Michelle
  • Blackburn, Michael
  • Blackstone, Kerry
  • Blair, Dana
  • Blake, Victor
  • Blauvelt, Alex
  • Blazakis, Dionysus
  • Blazquez, Carlos
  • Block, Aaron
  • Blumhardt, Mark
  • Blunk, Larry
  • Boast, Jon
  • Bockman, Bryce
  • Boelter, Jim
  • Bogan, Wayne
  • Bogovic, Tony
  • Bohlin, Einar
  • Boncato, Walter
  • Bondale, Nitesh
  • BonGiorni, Ray
  • Bonica, Ronald
  • Bonn, Eric
  • Bonneau, Jean-Pierre
  • Boolootian, Mark
  • Boone, Scott
  • Booth, Steve
  • Boothe, Peter
  • Bopp, Bradley
  • Borchek, John
  • Borchert, Oliver
  • Boswell, Jim
  • Boudreau, Troy
  • Bourdon, Gilles
  • Bourne, Steve
  • Bown, Mark
  • Boyer, Sylvain
  • Boylan, Dennis
  • Boyle, Michael
  • Bradford, Paul
  • Bradner, Scott
  • Brann, David
  • Brar, Jagwinder
  • Brendel, Eric
  • Brendel, Juergen
  • Brewer, Joshua
  • Brewer, James
  • Brewer, Jason
  • Brewster, J M
  • Brody, Sagi
  • Brooks, Brian
  • Brosk, Daniel
  • Brown, Rick
  • Brown, Tim
  • Browne, Jim
  • Broyles, Stephen
  • Bruce, Barton
  • Brumfield, Randy
  • Bruvik, Richard
  • Buchko, Steven ***
  • Budovsky, Steven
  • Bueno, Anthony
  • Buford, Matt
  • Buhrow, Brian
  • Bujno, Jim
  • Bunjamin, Andry
  • Burke, Betty
  • Burkholder, Scott
  • Burnette, Andrew ***
  • Burns, Dave
  • Burrescia, Joe
  • Burroughs, Kenneth
  • Burton, Chris
  • Buschmann, Michael
  • Bush, Randy
  • Butterworth, Brandon
  • Byrne, Jason
  • Cabalquinto, Manuel
  • Caban, William
  • Caci, Pierfrancesco
  • Caesar, Matthew
  • Cahall, Ted
  • Cain, Gabriel
  • Cain, Patrick
  • Caine, Todd
  • Calderon, Robert
  • Caldwell, Amel
  • Call, Scott
  • Callon, Ross
  • Cambra, Rob
  • Cameron, Alan
  • Campbell, Bruce
  • Campbell, Will
  • Camps, Geoffrey
  • Candadai, Uma
  • Cannone, Fred
  • Cantrell, William
  • Caputo, Chris
  • Cardaris, Harry
  • Carey, George
  • Carlson, Skip
  • Carr, Lance
  • Carroll, Maureen
  • Carter, Christopher
  • Casassa, Nathan
  • Case, Tom
  • Cassell, Jim
  • Cassidy, Jeremiah
  • Castellucci, Stefano
  • Catanzariti, Sergio
  • Cates, Bobby
  • Cathey, Charles
  • Catoe, Randy
  • Caudill, Mike
  • Cavallaro, John
  • Centanni, Erin
  • Cerveny, William
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  • Chaney, Mike
  • Chapin, Lyman
  • Charmatz, Charles
  • Chase, Daniel
  • Chatfield, Terrence
  • Chau, Linda
  • Chaudhry, Ather
  • Chauhan, Kanak
  • Chavez, Vincent
  • Cheadle, Tim
  • Chellew, Brad
  • Chen, Cathy
  • Chen, Jingshao
  • Chen, Jingzhao
  • Chen, Enke
  • Chen, Jerry J
  • Cheong, SeonKyung
  • Chesluk, Sam
  • Chetron, Kawika
  • Chiappini, Francesco
  • Chin, Christopher
  • Chir, Winston
  • Cho, Kenneth
  • Choi, Frank
  • Choi, Woohyong
  • Chou, Yi
  • Choudhury, Gagan
  • Chouhan, Deepesh
  • Christell, Todd
  • Christian, Blaine
  • Christoffels, Mervyn ***
  • Christou, Chris
  • Chrosniak, Matt
  • Chu, Christina
  • Chuah, Chen-Nee
  • Chunikhin, Igor
  • Cilento, Matt
  • Cima, Andrea
  • Cladianos, John ***
  • Claffy, K
  • Clarke, John
  • Clarke, III, John L
  • Clarson, Mike
  • Claussen, Kent
  • Clementoni, Scott
  • Clements, Doug
  • Clifford, Darren
  • Cloud, Bob
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  • Cohn, Steve
  • Coke, Jeff
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  • Colella, Richard
  • Collar, Craig
  • Collie, Bob
  • Collins, Mike
  • Collins, Warren
  • Comstedt, Niclas
  • Conrad, David
  • Conte, Steve
  • Convery, Sean
  • Cooke, Evan
  • Cooper, Brad
  • Cooper, Ken
  • Cooper, Tony
  • Coppinger, Patrick
  • Corbin, Dwayne
  • Corddry, Phil
  • Cornachini, George
  • Corona, Luis
  • Corral, Ron
  • Correa, Alex ***
  • Cortes, Monica
  • Cosin, Maribel
  • Costa, Chris
  • Cottingham, Jeremy
  • Cotton, Chase
  • Cowell, Paul
  • Cowie, James
  • Crabbe, Edward
  • Craig, Pat
  • Crandall, Fred
  • Crandall, Sean
  • Crispin, Kent
  • Crocker, Steve
  • Cromer, Darren
  • Crosby, Ben
  • Crowe, David
  • Crowley, Dave
  • Crumes, Halbert
  • Cui, Patrick
  • Curran, John
  • Curtis, Jim
  • Cusick, Jim
  • da Silva, Ron
  • Dai, Minje
  • Daigle, Leslie
  • Dallas, William
  • Damas, Joao
  • Dapko, Jennifer
  • Darte, William
  • Dattatreya, Mohan
  • Daubman, Aaron
  • Daun, Carl
  • Dauvergne, Emmanuel
  • Davis, Mark
  • Davis, Sam
  • Davis, Troy<
  • Dawkins, Spencer ***
  • Dawson, Travis
  • Day, Mark
  • de Chasteauneuf, Greg
  • De Leon, Luis
  • Dean, Drew
  • Dean, Maurice
  • DeBack, Dean
  • Deitrich, Dave
  • DeLeskie, Jim
  • DeLong, Owen
  • Denecker, Koen
  • DePalo, Joe
  • DeSousa, Carl ***
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  • Devlin, Leslie
  • Dhillon, Ameet
  • Dias, Emiliano
  • Diaz, David
  • Dickson, Brian ***
  • Dillon, Michael
  • Dimick, Kim
  • Dini, Petre
  • Diot, Christophe
  • Divecha, Sachin
  • Divinia, Darin
  • Divins, David
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  • Do, Toan ***
  • Dobbins, Roland
  • Dominguez, Jose
  • Donelan, Sean
  • Donker, Remco
  • Donnelly, Ryan
  • Donnelly, John
  • Dorsett, Andrew
  • Douglas, Michael
  • Doukas, Kevin
  • Downes, Tony
  • Doyle, Jeff
  • Drake, Doug
  • Drake, Maria Roas
  • Drake, Robert
  • Draut, John
  • Dreisbach, Brad
  • Drown, Matt
  • Dua, Dejana
  • Duarte, Joseph
  • Dudek, Aaron
  • Duffy, Mark ***
  • Dul, Andrew
  • Duncan, Jim
  • Durand, Alain
  • Dwarshuis, Russell
  • Dykes, Barry
  • Easterday, Tom
  • Eastgard, Tom
  • Eastman, Chad
  • Economou, George
  • Edwards, Mark
  • Edwards, Jeff
  • Eggleston, Joe
  • Ehnert, Scott
  • Eikel, Robert
  • Eldar, Danny
  • Eldredge, Ernest
  • Eldridge, Jerry
  • Elliott, Duncan
  • Elliott, James
  • Elliott, Ryan
  • Elliott, Shon
  • Ellis, Dan
  • Ellman, Blake
  • Emery, Ken
  • Emmons, Paul
  • Endly, Aaron
  • Endo, Yasushi
  • Eng, Margaret
  • Engelhardt, Sven
  • Epley, Alan
  • Epperson, Kevin
  • Erkman, Ingrid
  • Erlinger, Michael
  • Eschelbeck, Gerhard
  • Eskinder, Sahle
  • Espinosa, Pablo
  • Esposito, Maurizio
  • Estan, Cristian
  • Estes, Ben
  • Eubanks, Thomas Marshall
  • Evans, John
  • Evans, Vanessa
  • Evanson, Edward
  • Eveleth, Jan
  • Faeh, Christopher
  • Faerber, Sebastian
  • Fagan, Ralph
  • Fahsl, Jon
  • Falk, J.D.
  • Farinacci, Dino ***
  • Faruqui, Asad
  • Fay, Dale
  • Feamster, Nick
  • Fedele, Frank
  • Feese, Allison
  • Feger, James
  • Feldman, Steve
  • Feldmann, Anja
  • Feliciano, Neil
  • Feng, Yaozhou
  • Fenner, Bill
  • Fernandez, Richard
  • Ferrer, Joe
  • Ferrin, Tim ***
  • Field, Brian
  • Figgins, Sean
  • Filip, Ondrej
  • Filsfils, Clarence
  • Finn, Sean ***
  • Fisher, Stephen
  • Fiske, Clay
  • Fitzgerald, Kirk
  • Fleishman, Josh
  • Fleming, Douglas
  • Foo, Ian
  • Foote, M. Fabian
  • Forget, Martin
  • Forney, Susan
  • Forster, Reggie
  • Fortune, Christopher
  • Foster, Kris
  • Foster, Patrick
  • Frakes, Jothan
  • France, Robert
  • Francis, Paul
  • Francis, Rafael
  • Francois, Michael
  • Frankel, Sheila
  • Frazier, Chris
  • Freedman, Avi
  • Freedman, David
  • Freedman, Noam
  • Fried, Chaim
  • Frigeri, David
  • Fujihara, Kei
  • Fujimoto, Koichiro
  • Fujiwara, Kazunori
  • Fukuda, Kempei
  • Fukushi, Hiroshi
  • Fuller, Vince
  • Gadda, Victor
  • Gagnon, Andre
  • Galapon, Ed
  • Gallagher, Anne
  • Gallagher, Jeff
  • Gallo, Mark
  • Gambill, James
  • Gannu, Satish
  • Garcia, Joseph
  • Garcia/Lopez, Marta
  • Gardiner, Jason
  • Garfinkel, Sarah
  • Garg, Manoj
  • Garrett, Aviva
  • Garrett, Thom
  • Garrett, Bryan
  • Garvin, Wendy
  • Gashinsky, Igor
  • Gasson, Andrew
  • Gauthier, Eric
  • Gearhart, Tim
  • Geide, Mike
  • Geller, Michael
  • Gendel, Lior
  • Genessy, Kelly
  • George, Sanford
  • George, Sunil
  • George, Wes
  • Gerhardt, Pia
  • Gerich, Elise
  • Ghosh, Atanu
  • Giannandrea, John
  • Giannopoulos, Art
  • Gibbard, Steve
  • Gibson, Zeke
  • Gilbert, Sean
  • Gilbert, Margie ***
  • Gilbertson, David
  • Gill, Brian
  • Gill, James
  • Gill, Stephen
  • Gill, Vijay
  • Gilmore, Patrick
  • Ginzburg, Dmitriy ***
  • Gironda, Andre
  • Gironda, Elizabeth
  • Gist, Chad
  • Giuliano, Lenny
  • Glasser, Scott
  • Glover, James
  • Gnanasekaran, Nirupa
  • Golding, Daniel
  • Gomes, Luciano
  • Gompers, Michael ***
  • Gonzalez, Ivan
  • Gonzalez-Levy, Sandra
  • Gooch, Robert
  • Goodfellow, Geoff
  • Gordienko, Yuri
  • Gordon, Michael
  • Gorin, Ralph
  • Gorman, Brad
  • Goss, Henry
  • Gous, Alan
  • Goyette, Paul ***
  • Gracia, Miguel
  • Grady, Brian
  • Graham, Eric
  • Gray, Tony
  • Grebin, Greg
  • Green, Shawn ***
  • Greenberg, Albert
  • Greene, Barry
  • Griffis, Greg
  • Groesbeck, Travis
  • Gross, Scott
  • Grossman, Benjamin
  • Groves, Wes
  • Groves, Vernon
  • Guan, Xiong
  • Gucker, Charles
  • Guglielmi, Michael
  • Gulesserian, Steve
  • Guo, Fengguo
  • Guok, Chin
  • Gurney, Teresa
  • Gurr, Stanton
  • Gustafson, Wendy
  • Gustavus, Wayne
  • Guy, Nick
  • Ha, Minh
  • Hackworth, Aaron
  • Hagino, Jun-ichiro
  • Hahne, Bruce
  • Hain, Tony
  • Hakala, Asko
  • Hamelin, Joe
  • Hamlin, Susan
  • Hammond, John
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  • Hankins, Greg
  • Hannigan, Martin
  • Hanson, Janice
  • Hanson, Lars
  • Haraguchi, Anthony
  • Hardaker, Wes
  • Hardin, Scott ***
  • Hares, Susan
  • Harland, Nicholas
  • Harmon, Will
  • Harper, John
  • Harrington, David
  • Harris, Kelly
  • Harris, Susan
  • Hartman, Michael
  • Hartzell, Dave
  • Hash, Tom
  • Haskins, Robert
  • Hawk, Michael
  • Hayden, Robert
  • Hayes, Dennis
  • Hayward, Cary ***
  • Hazel, Sam
  • Heagy, Sean
  • Heasley, John
  • Hedrick, Rhett
  • Heidgerken, Craig
  • Heidgerken, David
  • Heilenbach, William
  • Heimlich, Steve
  • Heitland, Mike
  • Hellemink, Frank
  • Heller, Phillip
  • Helmenstine, Peter
  • Helms, Dave
  • Helwink, Chris ***
  • Hendricks, Richard
  • Henigin, Edward
  • Henshaw, Mark
  • Herickhoff, John
  • Hernandez, Laura
  • Hersh, Adam
  • Hess, Joe
  • Hewatt, Don
  • Hicks, Byron
  • Hickson, Nathan
  • Hiebert, James
  • Hignite, Chris
  • Hill, Peter
  • Hiller, Tony
  • Hindman, James
  • Hines, Yvonne
  • Hines, David
  • Hiromi, Ruri
  • Hishida, Cherie
  • Hodson, Orion
  • Hof, Robert
  • Holan, Geoffrey
  • Hollyman, Mike
  • Holmes, Jody
  • Hong, Chris
  • Hooten, Greg
  • Hopps, Christian
  • Horak, Brad
  • Horn, Tristan
  • Horneffer, Martin
  • Hotz, Michael
  • Houle, Kevin
  • Houlihan, Thomas
  • Housley, Russell
  • Hovey, Richard
  • Howard, Duncan
  • Howard, Jeanne
  • Howering, Jake
  • Hsu, Kobi
  • Hu, Xiaoyan
  • Huang, Feng
  • Huang, John
  • Huang, Wendy
  • Huberman, David
  • Huegen, Craig
  • Huffaker, Bradley
  • Hufford, Patrick ***
  • Hughes, Aaron
  • Hughes, Erica
  • Hughes, Mike
  • Hughes, Will
  • Hulman, Patrick
  • Humphrey, Doug
  • Hutzler, Carl
  • Huynh, Son
  • Ianelli, Nicholas
  • Iano, Maria
  • Idzkowski, Mat
  • Ihren, Johan
  • Iki, Takeshi
  • Imhoff, Brent
  • Inamura, Masayuki
  • India, Vinny
  • Irving, Benjamin
  • Ishibashi, Keisuke
  • Ishiguro, Kunihiro
  • Ishino, Masahiro
  • Israel, David
  • Iwasaki, Toshio
  • Jackson, Eric
  • Jacobs, John
  • Jacobsen, Ole
  • Jacobson, Van
  • Jacoby, Peter
  • Jaeggli, Joel
  • Jaen, Rene
  • Jahanian, Farnam
  • Jalali, Lee
  • Janosik, George
  • Jansen, Peter
  • Janssen, Stijn
  • Jasa, Paul
  • Jedrzejewicz, Marek
  • Jenssen, Richard
  • Jeon, Seung Il
  • Jessup, Troy
  • Jiang, Minghui
  • Jimmerson, Richard
  • Joffe, Rodney
  • Johansson, Henrik
  • Johnsen, Kerri
  • Johnson, Anne C M
  • Johnson, Eric
  • Johnson, Kurt ***
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  • Jones, Brian
  • Jones, Daryl
  • Jones, George
  • Jones, Limor
  • Jordan, Bradley
  • Jordan, Fred
  • Josefsson, Borje
  • Joy, Jennifer
  • Juffernholz, Peter
  • Jung, HaeGab
  • Jung, Rae Joon
  • Jung, Scott
  • Jungck, Peder
  • Junker, Dave
  • Kadunce, Wendell
  • Kaeo, Merike
  • Kaiser, Roger
  • Kalonji, Ndiata
  • Kamdar, Shilpa ***
  • Kani, Mototsugu
  • Kanske, Dustin
  • Kapela, Anton
  • Kaplan, Hadriel
  • Kapoor, Ruchi
  • Karam, Mansour ***
  • Karir, Manish
  • Karlsson, Hakan
  • Karn, Phil
  • Karnes, Jennie
  • Karrenberg, Daniel
  • Karthigesu, Vijai
  • Kashiwakura, Milton
  • Kass, Jeff ***
  • Kasten, Mark
  • Katayama, Yoshihiro
  • Katayama, Chihoko
  • Kathirvelu, Chandrasekar
  • Kaufmann, Christian
  • Kawabata, Nobuyuki
  • Kawabata, Makoto
  • Kearney, Allyson
  • Kelley, Paul
  • Kelly, Chris
  • Kelsen, Michael
  • Kemp, Brad
  • Kemp, John
  • Kendall, Andrew
  • Kengeri, Vasu
  • Kennedy, Liam Sean
  • Kennedy, Tim
  • Kerkhoff, Brian
  • Kern, Ed
  • Kernen, Thomas
  • Kessens, David
  • Kessey, Kathy
  • Khalid, Mohamed
  • Khalili, Michael
  • Khan, Afaq
  • Khan, Amir
  • Khan, Atif
  • Khan, Dawn
  • Khan, Mujahid
  • Khan, Waqar
  • Khanna, Charlie
  • Khanna, Sanjay
  • Khine, Kyaw
  • Khosravi, Hormuzd
  • Khuon, Jake
  • Kikuchi, Yukihiro
  • Killalea, Tom
  • Kilmer, Hank
  • Kim, Alex
  • Kim, Dorian
  • Kim, Hyung Hwan
  • Kim, Ji Hyup
  • Kim, Jin-man
  • Kim, JJ
  • Kim, Roger
  • Kim, Sung Bock
  • Kimura, Taiji
  • Kincaid, Kevin
  • Kine, Bill
  • King, Jon
  • King, Link ***
  • Kirby, Simon
  • Kirchmeier, Laurence
  • Kirk, David ***
  • Kirkman, Scott
  • Kirkpatrick, Ben
  • Kissler, Simon
  • Klein, Joseph
  • Kleinatland, Christine
  • Klement, Charles
  • Klenert, Steve
  • Klink, Aaron
  • Kneppers, Marc
  • Knies, John
  • Knight, Philip
  • Knoblock, Lance ***
  • Koch, David
  • Kodair, Thomas
  • Kolkman, Olaf
  • Komatsu, Naoto
  • Kondo, Kuniaki
  • Kong, Chris
  • Kooter, Ruud
  • Korab, Adam
  • Kornblum, Jessica
  • Kosters, Mark
  • Kouvelas, Isidor
  • Kowack, Glenn
  • Kowallis, Karl
  • Kroenung, Bernhard
  • Krauska, Joel
  • Kreibig, Ralf
  • Kress, Ed
  • Krinos, Dimitri
  • Krishna, Nitin
  • Krishnamurthy, Subi
  • Krishnan, Ram
  • Krishnaswamy, Rajesh
  • Krishnaswamy, Suresh
  • Krishnaswamy, Umesh
  • Kristoff, John
  • Krones, Roger
  • Krsek, Michal
  • Kruckenberg, Pete
  • Kruckewitt, Thomas
  • Krzanowski, Roman
  • Kubota, Satoshi
  • Kujawski, Adam
  • Kulekowskis, Lou
  • Kumari, Warren
  • Kunitake, Koichi
  • Kuroda, Mayumi
  • Kuse, Donna
  • Kushida, Hideyuki
  • Kvittem, Olav
  • Kwong, Ambrose
  • Labovitz, Craig
  • Lad, Mohit
  • Lafleur, Joel
  • Lam, Peter ***
  • Lammon, David
  • Landefeld, Klaus
  • Landgraf, Keith
  • Lang, Daniel
  • Lange, Andrew
  • Lapen, Rich
  • LaPerriere, Sylvie
  • Larson, Matt
  • Larson, John
  • Larwill, Glen
  • Laster, William
  • Laveck, Mehgan
  • Lawton, Will
  • Layton, Dave
  • Layton, Chris
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  • Le, Dung
  • Lear, Eliot
  • Leaton, Chris
  • Leber, Mike
  • LeDell, Aric
  • Lee, Andrew
  • Lee, Beng-Ong
  • Lee, Dennis
  • Lee, Donn
  • Lee, Felicia
  • Lee, I-Chen
  • Lee, Jon
  • Lee, Louis
  • Lee, Jin Tai
  • Lee, John
  • Lee, Theran
  • Lee, Yeow Hui
  • Lefebvre, Frederick
  • Leibzon, William
  • Leonard, Bill ***
  • Leong, Herb
  • Leopando, Heman
  • Levine, Matt
  • Levy, Martin
  • Lew, Gene
  • Lewis, Darrel
  • Lewis, Jon
  • Lewis, Edward
  • Li, Jun
  • Li, Lun
  • Li, Min
  • Li, Ming
  • Li, Tony
  • Liang, Ying
  • Lichtenfels, Richard
  • Liljenstolpe, Chris
  • Lim, Kevin
  • Lin, Wen
  • Lin, Wes
  • Lindner, Martin
  • Lindqvist, Kurtis
  • Lindsey, Kyle
  • Linnenkamp, Ted
  • Lippard, Jim
  • Lista, Giampiero
  • Litvanyi, Caren
  • Liu, Guangtian
  • Liu, Xiaoyi
  • Liu, Ziying
  • Lloyd, Mike ***
  • Loch, Kevin
  • Lockhart, Simon
  • Lockwood, Dan
  • Loiacono, Joe
  • Long, Michael
  • Long, Neil
  • Loomis, Michael
  • Lopez, Daniel J
  • Lopez, Marta Garcia
  • Lord, Anne
  • Lorimer, Shawn ***
  • Lorimor, Rodney
  • Losito, Lisa
  • Lotz, Richard
  • Love, Paul
  • Love, Jim
  • Lowe, Jordan
  • Loye, Sebastien
  • Lozoya, Enrique
  • Lucas, Arnaud
  • Lumenello, Jason
  • Luptak, Mark
  • Lynch, Lucy
  • Lynch, Tomas
  • Lyon, Barrett
  • Lyon, Todd
  • Macdonald, Phil
  • Machado, Monika
  • Mack, David
  • Mackey, Bruce ***
  • Maddocks, Steve
  • Maghbouleh, Arman
  • Magnaghi, Antonio
  • Magorian, Daniel
  • Mah, Bruce
  • Mahajan, Ratul
  • Malan, Rob
  • Malayter, Chris
  • Malcolm, Joseph
  • Malek, Lauren
  • Mallory, Ryan
  • Malo, Christian
  • Malone, Maury
  • Mamedalin, Tanya
  • Mammen, John
  • Mandani, Jon
  • Manghirmalani, Ravi ***
  • Mankin, Allison
  • Manning, Bill
  • Manzella, Peter
  • Marcioni, Sparrow
  • Marcus, J. Scott ***
  • Marlow, Travis
  • Marquardt, Michael
  • Marques, Pedro
  • Marshall, Kelly
  • Marshall, Vanis ***
  • Martens, Susan
  • Martin, Christian
  • Martin, Graciela ***
  • Martin, Jerry
  • Martinez, German
  • Martinez-Quero, Monica
  • Martins, Warren
  • Mascini, Cara
  • Massel, Gregory ***
  • Massey, Dan
  • Maton, Wiliam
  • Matsubara, Hiroaki
  • Matsumoto, Atsushi
  • Matsuzaki, Yoshinobu
  • Mauch, Jared
  • Maughan, Douglas
  • Maurer, Bruce
  • Maxwell, David
  • Maxwell, Gregory
  • May, Jeff
  • Mayberry, Rick
  • Mayeshiro, Kevin
  • Mc Garry, Deirdre
  • McAllister, Sean
  • McBride, Mike
  • McBride, Brian ***
  • McClarren, Kevin
  • McClune, Ryan
  • McCreary, Sean
  • McCredie, Miles
  • McDowell, Ryan
  • McEntire, Thom
  • McGarry, Deirdre
  • McGaugh, David
  • McGrath, Dennis
  • McGuckin, Joe
  • McHugh, Kevin
  • McIntyre, Ken
  • McKenzie, Alex
  • McKerley, Michael
  • McKey, Garrett ***
  • McKinney, Reginald
  • McLaughlin, Mary
  • McMillin, Duke
  • McNiven, Lewis
  • McPherson, Ed
  • McPherson, Danny
  • McPherson, Michael
  • McQuarry, Stephen
  • Meath, Mike
  • Medikonda, Ravi
  • Medina, Daniel
  • Meehan, James
  • Mefford, Chip
  • Mehta, Biren
  • Mehta, Mehul
  • Mehta, Vikas
  • Meiselman, Ethan
  • Melton, Edwin
  • Meltzer, Jeffrey
  • Mentzer, Sean ***
  • Metcalf, Andrew
  • Metzger, Joe
  • Meuse, Stephen
  • Meyer, David
  • Meyer, Doron
  • Meyer, Jason
  • Meyer, Rachel
  • Miao, Wei
  • Michaelson, George
  • Mickles, Cleveland
  • Mickovic, Dragan
  • Miettinen, Jari
  • Milinkovich, Mark ***
  • Miller, Amelia ***
  • Miller, Charles
  • Milton, Chris ***
  • Miller, Darrin
  • Miller, Eric
  • Miller, Kevin
  • Miller, Tim
  • Miller, Timothy
  • Milton, Stephen
  • Minamide, Junji
  • Minda, Masato
  • Minei, Ina
  • Minhas, Mohson
  • Mink, Stefan
  • Mirel, Barbara
  • Mitchell, Keith
  • Mitchell, Rodney
  • Mitchell, Jon
  • Mitev, Ognian
  • Mix, Kenneth
  • Miyazaki, Takuya
  • Mizuguchi, Takanori
  • Mizukoshi, Ichiro
  • Mizuno, Kuniaki
  • Moeller, Doug
  • Mohapatra, Pradosh ***
  • Mohiuddin, Khalid
  • Moizuddin, Muhammad Moiz
  • Monroe, George
  • Montgomery, Doug
  • Montin, Niklas
  • Moody, Peter
  • Moore, David
  • Moore, Jon
  • Moore, Sera
  • Moore, Steven
  • Morales, Carlos
  • Moran, Jay
  • Morewood, Al
  • Morgan, Linda
  • Morita, Hiromi
  • Morris, Shawn
  • Morrow, Chris
  • Mort, Brian
  • Mortala, Venkatasiva
  • Morton, George
  • Morville, Paul
  • Moughrabi, Mohamad
  • Moyer, Peter
  • Mudge, Craig
  • Muggli, Jim
  • Muir, Ron
  • Mukai, Masaru
  • Mukherji, Soumitra
  • Muley, Praveen
  • Mulhearn, Michael
  • Muller, Erik
  • Mumm, Tony
  • Mundy, Russ
  • Munson, Jerod
  • Murakami, Takefumi
  • Murphy, John
  • Murray, Jason
  • Murray, Kyle
  • Murphy, Sandra
  • Muthukrishnan, Karthik
  • Naganaboyina, Gopala
  • Nagata, Jim
  • Nagumo, Yoshihiro
  • Naidu, Mahesh
  • Nair, Venu ***
  • Naito, Yukiko
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  • Nakagawa, Hisashi
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  • Nanduri, Mohan
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  • Nikolajsen, Thomas
  • Nine, Robert ***
  • Nishida, Haruhiko
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  • Norman, Richard
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  • Nugent, Dennis
  • Nunez, Liliana ***
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  • Oosting, Eric
  • Oppleman, Victor ***
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  • Osborne, Jeffrey
  • Osburn, Tim
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  • Payne, Rick
  • Payton, John ***
  • Pedano, Joseph
  • Perez, Melissa
  • Perez-Hickman, Javier
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  • Perlotto, Richard
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  • Pillay-Esnault, Padma ***
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  • Pollock, Steve
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  • Porras, Phillip
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  • Premore, BJ
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  • Prue, Walter
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  • Pusateri, Tom
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  • Qiu, Ray ***
  • Quesada, Christopher
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  • Richards, Josh
  • Richards, Stuart
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  • Richardson, Scott
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  • Rose, Mitchell
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  • Ruck, Nathaniel
  • Ruddick, David
  • Rump, Bryant ***
  • Russell, Matt
  • Russell, Jason
  • Ruth, Greg
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  • Ryburn, Justin
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  • Scholl, Tom
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  • Schroedl, Sandy ***
  • Schudel, Gregg
  • Schulz, Andrew
  • Schutz, Austin
  • Schulz, Peder
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  • Scott, Cory ***
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  • Setiawan, Rudy
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  • Shafer, Philip
  • Shafer, Tim ***
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  • Sheng, Cynthia
  • Shepard, Sean
  • Shepherd, Greg ***
  • Shi, Jun
  • Shibata, Takeshi
  • Shields, Michael
  • Shikano, Koji
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  • Shopp, Ryan
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  • Singh, Anand
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  • Sisson, Geoffrey
  • Sjoholm, Jay
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  • Skidmore, Chad
  • Skowronek, Chris ***
  • Slater, Keith
  • Sloffer, Neal
  • Smith, Andrew
  • Smith, Anthony
  • Smith, Casey
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  • Smith, Donald
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  • Smith, Michael
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  • Sovereen, David
  • Spaller, Stephen ***
  • Spataro, Daniel
  • Speakman, Tony
  • Spieldenner, Mike
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  • Stiles, Eric
  • Stine, Arthur ***
  • Stocker, Chris
  • Stockton, Keith
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  • Stone, Robert
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  • Thompson, Wayne
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  • Turner, Jeff
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  • Turpin, Mark
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  • Vaidyanathan, Ravi
  • Valerio, Albert
  • Vales, Pedro ***
  • van der Graaff, Frits
  • van der Merwe, Andre
  • Van Lieu, Brian
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  • van Oppen, John
  • Vardaro, Michael
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  • Volz, Brad
  • Vu, Kevin
  • Vural, Arife
  • Wadsworth, Carol
  • Wagar, Clayton ***
  • Waheed, Aamir
  • Wainner, Scott
  • Waite, Adam
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  • Walters, Phillip
  • Walton, Billy
  • Wang, David
  • Wang, Jian ***
  • Wang, John

  • Wang, Wen
  • Ward, David
  • Ward, Eric ***
  • Ward, Tim
  • Warner, Jim
  • Warnke, Robert
  • Warren, Rachel
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  • Watson, Brett
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  • Wester, Don
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  • Whalen, Chris
  • Whealton, John
  • Wheeler, Jeff
  • Whelchel, Andrew ***
  • Whisenant, Michael
  • White, Chris

  • White, Gerard
  • White, Ken ***
  • White, Kenneth
  • White, Russ
  • Whitner, Rick
  • Whitney, Randy
  • Whyte, Scott ***
  • Wiedner, Ronald
  • Wiencek, David ***
  • Wilber, Ben
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  • Willard, David
  • Williams, Bill
  • Williams, Blake
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  • Williams, Hunt
  • Williams, Matthew ***
  • Williamson, Todd
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  • Willison, Harold
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  • Wright, Chris ***
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  • Wu, Yunqing ***
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  • Wynne, Cameron
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  • Xiao, Run
  • Xie, Dawn ***
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Program Committee Selection Process

adopted by the Steering Committee,
29 September, 2005

Goals

  • Form the best possible Program Committee from the available candidate pool
  • Make the process manageable and finite
  • Set good precedents and form a repeatable process
  • Have the full Steering Committee making the final selections
  • Involve the current Program Committee
  • Finish with exactly eight terms ending each year, as the charter seems to require.

Part 1: Create a short-list of new candidates

Who: Current PC and SC members 

The goal of this step is to produce an ordered, annotated list of the top new candidates.

  • Everyone rates each candidate, sends to PC chair. (rating values are "good", "bad", "neutral", "no opinion".)
  • PC chair compiles ratings, produces summary.
  • discuss these candidates, via conference call and mail
  • result: annotated list, becomes recommendation to SC

Part 2: Decide which current members to retain

Who: Steering committee subgroup 

This step should be done by those SC members not currently on or standing for a position on the PC. 

It may be done concurrently with Part 1, as there are no interdependencies. The SC subgroup should accept private comments from any interested parties (including the current and prospective PC members), and may solicit other input as needed. 

The results should be:

  • A list of 8 current members to keep for 1-year terms
  • A list of 0 to 4 current members to keep for 2-year terms.

Part 3: Final selection

Who: Full steering committee 

After part 2, there will be between 4 and 8 open slots, which the SC should fill from the list of new volunteers giving due consideration to the rcommendations produced in part 1. These new members will have two-year terms. 

final - 10/3/05 

 

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