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Wake Turbulence—An Obstacle to Increased Air Traffic Capacity C List of Speakers The National Research Council appreciates the efforts of the individuals who volunteered their time to speak at the meetings of the Committee to Conduct an Independent Assessment of the Nation’s Wake Turbulence Research and Development, as well as the information they provided. Mark Andrews, Joint Planning and Development Office/Weather Integrated Product Team Sherry Borener, Joint Planning and Development Office Dave Clark, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory William Cotton, Flight Safety Technologies Bill DeGroh, Air Line Pilots Association Don Delisi, Northwest Research Associates Peter Erikson, Eurocontrol Thomas Gerz, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt George Greene, Federal Aviation Administration (retired) James Hallock, Volpe Center for Transportation Research R. John Hansman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology David Hinton, NASA Langley Research Center Debbie Kirkman, Joint Planning and Development Office/Agile Airspace Integrated Product Team Joydip Kundu, Office of Management and Budget Dennis Lamy, National Air Traffic Controllers Association Steven Lang, Federal Aviation Administration Clark Lunsford, MITRE Corporation
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Wake Turbulence—An Obstacle to Increased Air Traffic Capacity Richard Obermann, House Science and Technology Committee, Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee Staff Fred Proctor, NASA Langley Research Center Robie Samanta Roy, Office of Science and Technology Policy Jeffrey Swingler, Sondei Group Karlin Roth Toner, NASA Headquarters Frank Wang, Volpe Center for Transportation Research Mark Weber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory