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George Crabtree (Argonne National Laboratory) Jim Misewich (Brookhaven National Laboratory)Ron Ambrosio (IBM)Kathryn Clay (Auto Alliance)Paul DeMartini (Southern Caliornia Edison)Revis James (Electric Power Research Institute)Mark Lauby (North American Electric Reliability Corporation)Vivek Mohta (Massachusetts Department o Energy Resources) John Moura (North American Electric Reliability Corporation)Peter Sauer (University o Illinois Urbana-Champaign)Francis Slakey (American Physical Society) Jodi Lieberman (American Physical Society)Humayun Tai (McKinsey and Co.)
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