The JTI has two co-directors, one
UofC and one from
ANL, appointed by management at the two institutions.
The JTI science advisory board is evenly
divided between the staff of the two institutions. This board is
selected by the
co-directors and approved by management at both institutions. The JTI has a business manager from
each institution. The
co-directors, board members, and business managers
financial support from the JTI.
the co-directors and
- to fashion calls on at least a
basis. Such calls can be broad or
topical or have some other kind of emphasis as the co-directors and the
- to evaluate and rank proposals that are
- to evaluate any renewal
proposals on progress achieved in the previous year of funding.
expand the pool of proposal
necessary to secure discriminating evaluations.
additional responsibilities of the co-directors are:
- to present the JTI
- to ensure financial controls
- to submit each year a report concerning
activities to the ANL Laboratory Director and the UofC Vice President
- to select any replacement
board members if necessary.
the business managers are:
- to provide the necessary
reporting controls that are required by discretionary funding from ANL
- to provide advice and support
logistical issues that may arise in the execution of awarded proposals.
JTI does allow directors and board members to be on proposals to the
JTI. If such cases arise, those with
interest will excuse themselves from the deliberations about their
current co-directors are:
current board members include:
current business managers are:
Jerry Hunt (ANL)
Michelle Terry (UofC)
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The current co-directors of the JTI are Gene Mazenko
(UofC) and Al Wagner (ANL). They can be
reached via JTI@anl.gov concerning
and nature of the JTI.
Last updated September 30, 2008
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