Attachment B
Personnel Involved in Phase 1 of the Study

Committee on Aeronautics Research and Technology for Vision 2050

RONALD R.FOGLEMAN, Chairman, Durango Aerospace, Inc., Durango, Colorado

JACK CLEMONS, Lockheed Martin Air Traffic Management, Rockville, Maryland

WILLIAM COTTON, Flight Safety Technologies, Inc., Mount Prospect, Illinois

EUGENE COVERT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge

WILLIAM W.HOOVER, United States Air Force (retired), Williamsburg, Virginia

NANCY LEVESON, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge

RICHARD MARCHI, Airports Council International-North America, Washington, D.C.

RICHARD PAUL, The Boeing Company Phantom Works, Seattle, Washington

SANFORD REDERER, Aviation Planning and Finance, Arlington, Virginia

HERBERT H.RICHARDSON, Texas A&M University System, College Station

Committee Staff

ALAN ANGLEMAN, Study Director

JENNIFER PINKERMAN, Research Associate

GEORGE LEVIN, Director, Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board

BRIDGET EDMONDS, Senior Project Assistant

Speakers at the First Committee Meeting, March 14–15, 2002

CHARLIE HUETTNER, Office of Science and Technology Policy

BENJAMIN NEUMANN, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

ROBERT PEARCE, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

HERM REDIESS, Federal Aviation Administration

ROBERT SPITZER, The Boeing Company

Speakers at the Technology and Visions Workshop, March 20–21, 2002

ANDY ANDEREGG, MITRE Center for Advanced Aviation System Development

TOM BERRY, MITRE Center for Advanced Aviation System Development

ALAN BLOODGOOD, Lockheed Martin Air Traffic Management

ROBERT BULEY, Northwest Airlines

WALT COLEMAN, Regional Airline Association (retired)

SARAH DALTON, Alaska Airlines

JAMES W.DANAHER, National Transportation Safety Board (retired)

DUANE DUPON, Federal Aviation Administration

JOHN R.HANSMAN, JR., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

S.MICHAEL HUDSON, Rolls-Royce Allison (retired)

LARRY KNOLHOFF, Department of Defense, Office of the National Security Space Architect

ILAN KROO, Stanford University

ANDREW LACHER, MITRE Center for Advanced Aviation System Development



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Attachment B Personnel Involved in Phase 1 of the Study Committee on Aeronautics Research and Technology for Vision 2050 RONALD R.FOGLEMAN, Chairman, Durango Aerospace, Inc., Durango, Colorado JACK CLEMONS, Lockheed Martin Air Traffic Management, Rockville, Maryland WILLIAM COTTON, Flight Safety Technologies, Inc., Mount Prospect, Illinois EUGENE COVERT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge WILLIAM W.HOOVER, United States Air Force (retired), Williamsburg, Virginia NANCY LEVESON, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge RICHARD MARCHI, Airports Council International-North America, Washington, D.C. RICHARD PAUL, The Boeing Company Phantom Works, Seattle, Washington SANFORD REDERER, Aviation Planning and Finance, Arlington, Virginia HERBERT H.RICHARDSON, Texas A&M University System, College Station Committee Staff ALAN ANGLEMAN, Study Director JENNIFER PINKERMAN, Research Associate GEORGE LEVIN, Director, Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board BRIDGET EDMONDS, Senior Project Assistant Speakers at the First Committee Meeting, March 14–15, 2002 CHARLIE HUETTNER, Office of Science and Technology Policy BENJAMIN NEUMANN, National Aeronautics and Space Administration ROBERT PEARCE, National Aeronautics and Space Administration HERM REDIESS, Federal Aviation Administration ROBERT SPITZER, The Boeing Company Speakers at the Technology and Visions Workshop, March 20–21, 2002 ANDY ANDEREGG, MITRE Center for Advanced Aviation System Development TOM BERRY, MITRE Center for Advanced Aviation System Development ALAN BLOODGOOD, Lockheed Martin Air Traffic Management ROBERT BULEY, Northwest Airlines WALT COLEMAN, Regional Airline Association (retired) SARAH DALTON, Alaska Airlines JAMES W.DANAHER, National Transportation Safety Board (retired) DUANE DUPON, Federal Aviation Administration JOHN R.HANSMAN, JR., Massachusetts Institute of Technology S.MICHAEL HUDSON, Rolls-Royce Allison (retired) LARRY KNOLHOFF, Department of Defense, Office of the National Security Space Architect ILAN KROO, Stanford University ANDREW LACHER, MITRE Center for Advanced Aviation System Development

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SANFORD D.MANGOLD, Department of Defense, Office of the National Security Space Architect JOHN McCARTHY, Naval Research Laboratory DENNIS A.MUILENBURG, Boeing Air Traffic Management HERM REDIESS, Federal Aviation Administration EDMOND L.SOLIDAY, United Airlines (retired) ED STEVENS, Raytheon Air Traffic Management Systems JIM WALTON, UPS Advanced Flight Systems