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Wednesday, March 30, 10-12 a.m. "PROPULSION & FUELS I"
Eugene Pentimonti, VP-Engi- neering, American President
Dr. M.K. Eberle, Sulzer Broth- ers, Winterthur, Switzerland.
Dr. Rolf Glasfeld, Manager,
Advanced Engineering Dept.,
Quincy Shipbuilding, Div. Gen- eral Dynamics.
Wednesday, March 30, 10-12 a.m. (concurrent session) "BUSINESS OUTLOOK:
FUTURE DEMAND FOR
Julian H. Singmar, President,
Maritime Institute for Research and Industrial Development.
Peter Luciano, Executive Di- rector, Transportation Institu- tion.
Robert Lowen, President, Mas- ters, Mates and Pilots.
Wednesday, March 30, 2-4 p.m. "PROPULSION & FUELS II"
David Royle, Det norske Veri- tas.
Thomas N. Pratt, Engine De- sign Sect., Electro-Motive Divi- sion, General Motors Corp.
David N. McArthur, Marine
Engineer, Skinner Engine Co.
Dr. Michael E. Berg, Chief
Chemist, Ferrous Corporation.
Wednesday, March 30, 2-4 p.m. (concurrent session) "BUSINESS OUTLOOK:
FINANCING, LEASING & INSURANCE"
Donald J. Andrews, Vice Pres- ident, Shipping Dept., First Bos- ton Corp.
Randee Day Ammon, Vice
President, Shipping Dept., Mor- gan Guaranty Trust Company.
Robert Lavinghouse, Marine
Finance Manager, Armco Indus- trial Credit Corp.
Thomas A. Fain, President,
American Institute of Marine
Thursday, March 31, 9-11 a.m. "ELECTRONICS:
COMMUNICATIONS & SHIP MANAGEMENT"
Capt. Charles Dorian, Int'l.
Liaison for Maritime Services,
James H. Keyte, Materials
Manager Specialist, Sun Trans- port Inc.
John Dumbleton, Deputy Proj- ect Manager, Office Of Advanced
Ship Operations MarAd.
Roger Drissel, Senior Engineer,
ARINC Research Corp.
Thursday, March 31, 9-11 a.m. (concurrent session) "SHIPPING
Timothy Berkell, Vice Presi- dent, Fleet Manager, Stolt-Niel- sen, Inc.
Capt. A.E. Henn, USCG, Chief
Marine Technical & Hazardous
Materials Division, Office of Mer- chant Marine Safety.
Sam V. Tranchina, Vice Presi- dent, Great American Insurance
National Cargo Bureau (speak- er to be announced).
Thursday, March 31, 2-4 p.m. "ELECTRONICS:
NAVIGATION & SHIPBOARD
Max Carpenter, Special Proj- ects Director, MITAGS.
RADM. Richard A. Bauman,
Chief, Office of Navigation, U.S.
Peter Ebbott, Ocean Motions
Tour of Maritime Institute of
Technology and Graduate Studies.
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