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COPAG Technology Interest Group (TIG)

The COPAG's Technology Interest Group (TIG) was comprised of all members of the larger community (scientists, technologists, engineers, managers) interested in technology development to enable COR science. One major responsibility of the TIG was to provide professional input concerning the contents and state of the COR Technology Gaps list.

The TIG was chaired by Paul Lightsey (plightse 'at' ball.com) and Sarah Tuttle (tuttlese 'at' uw.edu). It is now closed.

  • Technology Interest Group Charter [PDF]

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