Part 1 
Technical Session 1 Electromagnetic Processes I 
Spectral Properties of a Ballistic Electron Waveguide 
1 

L. E. Reichl and K. Na (University of Texas, Austin) 
CorrelationInduced Spectral Changes and Energy Conservation 
8 


E. Wolf (University of Rochester) 
SubSingleElectron Charge Transfer and Shot Noise in Nanostructures 
16 

K. K. Likharev (State University of New York at Stony Brook) 
Technical Session II Electronic Processes 2 
Vortex Line Fluctuations in High Temperature Superconductors 
24 

S. Teitel (University of Rochester) and P. Olsson (Umea University) 
Fast Thermal Transport and PhaseChange 
32 

D. Kim, M. Ye, C. M. Hipwell, L. M. Phinney, J. Likes, JG. Weng, C. P. Grigoropoulos, and C. L. Tien (University of California, Berkeley) 
NMR Studies of Multiphase Flows III 
42 

S. A. Altobelli and E. Fukushima (New Mexico Resonance, Albuquerque, NM) 
Technical Session III Multiphase Flows I 
Use of a Modified Langevin Equation to Represent Particle Turbulence in a Nonhomogeneous Field 
50 

I. Iliopoulos and T. J. Hanratty (University of Illinois, Urbana) 
Critical Heat Flux in Small Diameter Channels 
58 

I. Mudawar (Purdue University) 
Part 2 
71 
Mixing of Fluids and Solids 

J. M. Ottino (Northwestern University) 
Transport Properties of Porous Media from the Microstructure 
80 

S. Torquato (Princeton University) 
Technical Session IV Multiphase Flows 2 
Numerical Simulation of Mass Transfer for Bubbles in Water 
88 

S. S. Ponoth and J. B. McLaughlin (Clarkson University) 
More on the Drift Force 
97 

G. B. Wallis (Dartmouth College) 
Simultaneous Small Angle Neutrons Scattering and Rheometric Measurements on a Dense Colloidal Silica Gel 
105 

H.J.M. Hanley, C. D. Muzny , and B. D. Butler (NIST, Boulder, CO) 
Technical Session V Turbulence 
Turbulent Transport Processes Across Interfaces 
113 

V. De Angelis and S. Banerjee (University of California, Santa Barbara) 
Intermittency in Models of Turbulence 
121 

R. H. Kraichnan (Santa Fe, NM) 
Dynamical Statistical Modeling of Turbulence 
128 

E. A. Novikov (University of California, San Diego) 
Part 3 
138 
Optimization of Discontinuous Dynamic Systems 

P. I. Barton (Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Stability and Safe Operation for LowDensity Polyethylene Reactors 
146 

C. M. Villa, Z. G. Xu and W. H. Ray (University of Wisconsin 
Optimization Strategies for the Synthesis and Operation of Chemical Process Systems 
154 

I. E. Grossman, L. T. Biegler and A. W. Westerberg 
Issues Involved with NonCharacterized Control of Methanotrophic Bacteria 
162 

D. L. Stoner, C. R. Tolle, K. S. Noah, D. A. Davis, K. S. Miller and D. J. Fife (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory) 

VISIT OF THE ADVANCED PHOTON SOURCE Dr. G. K. Shenoy, Host 
Technical Session VII  Plasmas 
Measurement of Absolute Methyl Radical Concentration in a HotFilament Reactor Using Cavity RingDown Spectroscopy 
170 

T. G. Owano and C. H. Kruger (Stanford University) 
Plasma Deposition of Advanced Materials 
178 

D. Kolman, H. C. Chen, J. Heberlein and E. Pfender 
Part 4 
187 
HVOF Thermal Spray Velocity, Temperature, and Stainless Steel Coating Properties 

G. S. Settles and S. R. Bekofske (Pennsylvania State University) 
DispersionManaged Solutions: A New Paradigm for HighData Rate Communications 
195 

C. R. Menyuk and G. M. Carter (University of Maryland) 
Technical Session VIII Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics 
Nonlinear Dynamics and Pattern Formation 
203 

J. Vinals (Florida State University) 
Using Nonlinear BlackBox Techniques for control Trajectory Planning and Channel Equalization 
211 

L.S. Tsimring, N. F. Rulkov, and H. D. I. Abarbanel (University of California, San Diego) 
SpatioTemporal Patterns in Oscillating Media 
219 

M. I. Rabinovich and L. S. Tsimring (University of California, San Diego) 
Synchronizing HighDimensional Chaotic Optical Ring Dynamics 
227 

H. D. I. Abarbanel and M. B. Kennel (University of California, San Diego) 
Analysis of Gycolysis Metabolites by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis with Indirect UV Detection 
231 

P/ Shen, D. Hauri, J. Ross, and P. J. Oefner (Stanford University) 
Pattern formulation in RayleighBenard Convection at Small Prandtl Numbers and with Rotation about a Vertical Axis 
240 

G. Ahlers (University of California, Santa Barbara) 
Final List of Participants 
249 