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Aeronautics Innovation: NASA’s Challenges and Opportunities Appendixes

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Aeronautics Innovation: NASA’s Challenges and Opportunities Appendix A Public Workshop Agendas Committee on Innovation Models for Aerospace Technologies Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy Workshop on Aeronautics, Innovation, and the Public Good June 28, 2004 The National Academies 21st and C Streets NW Lecture Room Washington, DC 9:00 Welcome and Introductions 9:20 Panel 1. Innovation in a resource-constrained environment: Lessons from the private sector   Graham R. Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania John Terninko, Responsible Management Inc. 10:20 Panel 2. Innovation in a resource-constrained environment: Lessons from the public sector   Bill Valdez, U.S. Department of Energy Gerald Hane, Globalvation Sara Clark, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Alan R. Shaffer, U.S. Department of Defense 12:15 Lunch 13:15 Panel 3. Public-private divide for technology innovation   Richard John, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Mike Scherer, Haverford College

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Aeronautics Innovation: NASA’s Challenges and Opportunities   James G. McEwen, Staas & Halsey LLP John Alic, Consultant 15:05 Break 15:15 Panel 4. Priority setting for future NASA aeronautics   Wesley L. Harris, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Simeon H. Austin, Pratt & Whitney Mark Anderson, Boeing Phantom Works 16:45 Panel 5. Technology Innovation in the NASA Context   Victor Lebacqz, Office of Aeronautics Jaiwon Shin, Office of Aeronautics Terrence Hertz, Office of Aeronautics Richard Christiansen, Glenn Research Center Bruce Holmes, Langley Research Center 17:35 Closing remarks 17:45 Adjourn Committee on Innovation Models for Aerospace Technologies Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy Workshop on NASA’s Roles in Aeronautics Innovation Tuesday, January 18, 2005 Keck Center Room 100 The National Academies 500 Fifth Street, N.W. Washington, DC 8:30 AM Welcome and Introduction   Alan Schriesheim, Chairman 8:45 AM Hon. Robert S. Walker, Wexler & Walker Public Policy Associates and Commission on the Future of the Aerospace Industry

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Aeronautics Innovation: NASA’s Challenges and Opportunities 9:30 AM Panel I: NASA’s role in fundamental science and engineering R&D for a broad range of national aeronautical technology needs, public and private   Moderator: Deborah Wince-Smith, Council on Competitiveness David North, Aviation Week, ret. John Douglass, Aerospace Industries Association 10:30 AM Break 10:45 AM Panel II: NASA’s role in R&D for the development of future airframes and aircraft propulsion systems   Moderator: Joe Morone, Bentley College Dorothy Robyn, The Brattle Group David Whelan, Boeing Phantom Works Col. Mike Leahy, Air Force Research Laboratory Dick Johnson, Gulfstream Corporation Charles Boccadoro, Northrop Grumman Corporation Frank Cappuccio, Lockheed Martin Corporation 12:45 PM Lunch 1:30 PM Panel III: NASA’s role in R&D in support of the nation’s future air transportation management system and aviation safety   Moderator: Duncan Moore, University of Rochester Dorothy Robyn, The Brattle Group George Donohue, George Mason University Charles Keegan, Joint Planning and Development Office Richard Marchi, Airport Council International Monte Belger, Lockheed Martin Corporation Holly Woodruff Lyons, House Aviation Subcommittee Vernon Ellingstad, National Transportation Safety Board Matthew Blake, Seagull Technology 3:00 Break 3:15 Panel III Discussion 4:30 Summation 5:00 Adjourn

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