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The Future of Aerospace Symposium Participants Robert S. Aikenhead, Consultant, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Irvine, California Lew Allen, Jr., Chairman, The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts Jean Anderson, Aeronautics Librarian, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California Lloyd Appelman, President, Aerospace Electrical Society, Anaheim, California Henry and Edith Artof, Tustin, California Holt Ashley, Professor Emeritus, Stanford University, Departments of Aeronautics/Astronautics and Mechanical Engineering, Stanford, California J. Leland Atwood, (Retired President and Chief Executive Officer, Rockwell International Corp.), Pacific Palisades, California William F. Ballhaus, Sr., President, International Numatics, Inc., Beverly Hills, California Robert Ray Beebe, (Retired Senior Vice President, Homestake Mining Company), Consultant, Mendocino, California Cristina Billingham, Research Assistant, Graduate School of Management, University of California, Irvine William Boyer, Space News, Anaheim, California Donald A. Brand, Senior Vice President and General Manager,
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The Future of Aerospace Engineering and Construction Business Unit, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Francisco, California Barry Brayer, Manager, Quality and Environmental Staff, Federal Aviation Administration, Los Angeles, California Marc H. Brodsky, IEEE Technology Admin. Fellow, Office of the Under Secretary for Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C. Robert Bromberg, (Retired Vice President, Research, and Engineering, TRW Electronics, and Defense), Consultant, Los Angeles, California George Bugliarello, President, Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, New York John Burton, Rohr Industries, Inc., Chula Vista, California Robert P. Caren, Vice President, Science and Engineering, Lockheed Corporation, Calabasas, California Richard M. Carlson, Chief, Advanced Systems Research and Analysis Office (ASRAO), U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California John W. Chambers, Sr. Vice President, Marketing and Sales, The Hartwell Corporation, Placentia, California Hsien K. Cheng, Professor, University of Southern California, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Los Angeles, California Richard M. Christensen, Senior Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Materials Division, Chemistry & Materials Science Dept., Livermore, California Leslie J. Cohen, McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Corporation, Huntington Beach, California Aaron Cohen, Director, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas Frank E. Cole, President, BFM Transport Dynamics Corporation, Santa Ana, California W. Dale Compton, Lillian M. Gilbreth Distinguished Professor of Industrial Engineering, Purdue University, School of Industrial Engineering, West Lafayette, Indiana Thomas B. Cook, Jr., (Retired Executive Vice President, Sandia National Laboratories), Pleasanton, California John R. Cook, Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota George E. Cooper, Consultant, Saratoga, California George Coryell, Engineering Specialists-Oper., Strategic Planning, General Dynamics/Convair, San Diego, California
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The Future of Aerospace Robert C. Crooke, (Retired President, Global Marine Development Inc.), Templeton, California Jose B. Cruz, Jr., Professor, University of California, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Irvine, California W. Kenneth Davis, (Retired Vice President, Bechtel, Power Corporation and Former Deputy, Secretary of Energy), Consultant, Management and Engineering, San Rafael, California Frank W. Davis, (Retired President, Convair, Aerospace Division and Fort Worth, Division, General Dynamics, Corporation), La Jolla, California Gerald P. Dinneen, Foreign Secretary, National Academy of Engineering, Washington, D.C. Allen F. Donovan, (Retired Senior Vice President, The Aerospace Corporation), Consultant, Corona del Mar, California Carl Ehrlich, Rockwell International, Downey, California Lloyd E. Elkins, Sr., (Retired Production Research, Director, Amoco Production Company), Petroleum Consultant, Tulsa, Oklahoma James C. Elms, (Former Advisor to the Director, Strategic Defense Initiative Organization, and to Administrator of NASA), Newport Beach, California Gerard W. Elverum, Jr., (Retired Vice President and General, Manager, Applied Technology, Division, TRW Space and Defense), Banning, California Jack L. Ferrell, Vice President (retired), Manufacturing and Systems, TRW, Incorporated, Palos Verdes, California Alexander H. Flax, Senior Fellow, National Academy of Engineering, Washington, D.C. Richard G. Folsom, (President Emeritus, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Napa, California Irv Freund, Vice President of Marketing, British Petroleum (Hitco) Inc., Santa Ana, California Lynne Friedmann, Consultant, Friedmann Communications, Solana Beach, California Welko E. Gasich, (Retired Executive Vice President, Programs, Northrop Corporation), Encino, California Ivan A. Getting, (President Emeritus, The Aerospace Corporation), Independent Consultant, Los Angeles, California Norman A. Gjostein, Director, Materials Research Laboratory, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan George J. Gleghorn, (Retired Vice President, and Chief Engineer, TRW, Space and Technology Group), Rancho Palos Verdes, California
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The Future of Aerospace Mary L. Good, Senior Vice President-Technology, Allied-Signal Inc., Morristown, New Jersey Lee Gordon, Client Service Officer, International Resource Center, San Diego, California Peter Grefe, President, Shur-Lok Corporation, Irvine, California Juergen Habermeier, President, Composite Materials Division, CIBA-GEIGY Corporation, Anaheim, California Donald L. Hammond, (Retired Director, Hewlett-Packard Labs, Hewlett-Packard Company), Los Altos Hills, California Robert C. Hansen, President, R. C. Hansen Inc., Tarzana, California Willis M. Hawkins, Senior Advisor, Lockheed Corporation, Calabasas, California Harold and Jane Hirsch, Pacific Palisades, California William G. Howard, Jr., Independent Consultant, Scottsdale, Arizona Chieh-Su Hsu, Professor Emeritus of Applied Mechanics, University of California, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Berkeley, California Robert L. Johnson, (Retired Corporate Vice President, McDonnell Douglas Corporation), Laguna Niguel, California Roy G. Johnston, Vice President, Brandow and Johnston Associates Consulting Structural Engineers, Los Angeles, California Thomas V. Jones, (Former Chairman, Northrop Corporation), Los Angeles, California Edward R. Kane, Former President, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Concord Plaza, Quillen Building, Wilmington, Deleware Melvin F. Kanninen, Program Director, Engineering Mechanics, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas John R. Kiely, Consultant, Woodside, California C. Judson King, Provost, Professional Schools and Colleges, and Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of California, Department of Chemical Engineering, Berkeley, California Warren Knudson, Vice President, Sparta, Inc., Laguna Hills, California Robert H. Korkegi, Consultant, Washington, D.C. James N. Krebs, (Retired Vice President, General Electric Company), Santa Fe, New Mexico Leslie Lackman, Vice President, Advanced Aircraft and Research Engineering, Rockwell International Corporation, North American Aircraft, E1 Segundo, California George C. Larson, Editor, Air & Space/Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.
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The Future of Aerospace Jerome F. Lederer, (President Emeritus, Flight Safety Foundation; Retired Safety, Director, NASA; and Adjunct, Professor, Institute of Safety and System Management, USC), Laguna Hills, California William E. Leonhard, Retired Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Parsons Corporation, Pasadena, California Robert H. Liebeck, Fellow, McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Long Beach, California Harold Liebowitz, L. Stanley Crane Professor of Engineering and Applied Science, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C. T. H. Lin, Professor Emeritus, University of California, Department of Civil Engineering, Los Angeles, California Walter B. Loewenstein, Energy Technology Consultant, Palo Alto, California Paul A. Lord, California Polytechnic, Pomona, California Artur Mager, (Retired Group Vice President, The Aerospace Corporation), Consultant, Los Angeles, California John L. Mason, 1990 President, SAE International, Warrendale, Pennsylvania John L. Mason, Consultant, Allied-Signal Aerospace Company, Palos Verdes Estates, California Hudson Matlock, Consultant, Kerrville, Texas Adolf D. May, Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering, University of California, Civil Engineering Department, Berkeley, California Bill B. May, Consultant, ARGO Systems, Inc., Sunnyvale, California John L. McLucas, Aerospace Consultant, Alexandria, Virginia Duane T. McRuer, President and Technical Director, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, California Stephen A. Merrill, Executive Director, Office of Government and External Affairs, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Darrell Meyer, Vice President/General Manager, Elsinore Aerospace Systems, Chatsworth, California Richard M. Morrow, Retired Chairman, Amoco Corporation, Chicago, Illinois James H. Mulligan, Jr., Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of California, Irvine, California Dale D. Myers, President, Dale Myers and Associates, Leucadia, California Venkatesh Narayanamurti, Dean of Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara, California
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The Future of Aerospace Nagy Nosseir, Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, San Diego State University, San Diego, California Russell R. O'Neill, Dean and Professor of Engineering Emeritus, University of California, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Los Angeles, California Paul Olk, Graduate School of Management, University of Califorina, Irvine Herschel G. Owens, Director, Engineering Systems, Rockwell International, Seal Beach, California Norman F. Parker, (Retired President and Chief Executive Officer, Varian Associates), Cardiff by the Sea, California Robert J. Parks, (Retired Deputy Director, Jet Propulsion Laboratory), Balboa Island, California Joseph A. Pask, Professor Emeritus of Ceramic Science and Engineering, University of California, Department of Materials Science and Mineral Engineering, Berkeley, California C. Kumar N. Patel, Executive Director, Research Materials Science, Engineering and Academic Affairs Division, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey George Paulikas, Group Vice President, Programs, Aerospace Corporation, E1 Segundo, California David and Anne Pearsall, Raleigh, North Carolina Jerry Perazzo, GE Aircraft Engines, General Electric Company Courtland D. Perkins, (Past President, National Academy of Engineering), Consultant, Alexandria, Virginia William J. Perry, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Technology Strategies & Alliances, Menlo Park, California William H. Pickering, President, Lignetics Inc., La Canada, California John R. Pierce, Professor, Stanford University, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Stanford, California Allen Plotkin, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, San Diego State University, San Diego, California William R. Prindle, (Retired Vice President and, Associate Director-Technology, Corning Incorporated), Consultant, Santa Barbara, California Allen E. Puckett, (Chairman Emeritus, Hughes Aircraft Company), Pacific Palisades, California Abner and Henrietta Rasumoff, Rolling Hills Estates, California Eberhardt Rechtin, Professor of Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
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The Future of Aerospace Larry G. Redekopp, Professor and Co-Chairman, Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California John Reinert, Project Manager, Elsinore Aerospace Systems, Chatsworth, California Dennis K. Rice, Vice President-Planning, Northrop Corporation, Los Angeles, California Ron Richmond, Director of Programs, Brunswick Defense, Costa Mesa, California Louis W. Riggs, (Retired Chairman, Tudor Engineering Company), Lafayette, California Fanny Rivera, Deputy Regional Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration, Los Angeles, California Robert K. Roney, (Retired Senior Vice President, Hughes Aircraft Company), Santa Monica, California Leonard G. Rosenbaum, District Manager-Southern California, Business Planning and Market Development Operation, GE Aircraft Engines, General Electric Company, Long Beach, California Brian H. Rowe, Senior Vice President, GE Aircraft Engines, Cincinnati, Ohio Warren G. Schlinger, (Retired Laboratory Manager, and Director, Texaco, Inc.), Consultant, Pasadena, California David K. Schmidt, Director, Aerospace Research Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona Arthur Schnitt, Consultant, Los Angeles, California Manfred R. Schroeder, Director, Drittes Physikalisches Institut, University of Goettingen, Germany Harris M. Schurmeier, (Retired Associate Director, Jet Propulsion Laboratory), Fallbrook, California Jonathan K. Scudder, Chief Scientist, Litton Industries, Inc., Beverly Hills, California F. Stan Settles, Consultant, Tempe, Arizona Bill Shell, Chairman Emeritus, California Engineering Foundation, Northrup University, Brea, California Professor Shan-Fu Shen, John Edson Sweet Professor of Engineering, Cornell University, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Ithaca, New York Ernest T. Smerdon, Dean of Engineering and Mines, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona A.M.O. Smith, Retired Aerodynamics Engineer, San Marino, California Leroy H. Smith, Jr., Manager, Turbomachinery Aero Technology, GE Aircraft Engines, Cincinnati, Ohio
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The Future of Aerospace Dean R. Snipes, Consultant and Manufacturing Manager, Anaheim, California Joan S. Spencer William J. Spencer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Sematech Inc., Austin, Texas Zoltan Z. Stacho, President, Holmes & Narver, Inc., Orange, California Sam Stameson, Group Vice President, Engineering and Technology, Hughes Aircraft Company, Fullerton, California Harry Staubs, Senior Staff Specialist, McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Company, Seal Beach, California Richard J. Stegemeier, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Unocal Corporation, Los Angeles, California Morris A. Steinberg, (Retired Vice President, Science, Lockheed Corporation), Consultant, Los Angeles, California William D. Stevens, (Retired Chairman, Foster Wheeler Corporation), Dennis, Massachusetts, North Caldwell, New Jersey H. Guyford Stever, Commissioner, Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, Washington, D.C. Allen R. Stubberud, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California, Irvine, California Ivan E. Sutherland, Vice President and Sun Fellow, Sun Microsystems Laboratories Inc., Mountain View, California John M. Swihart, President, National Center for Advanced Technology, Washington, D.C. Clarence A. Syvertson, (Retired Director, NASA Ames Research Center), Saratoga, California Dean Takahashi, Staff Writer, Orange County Edition, Los Angeles Times, Costa Mesa, California Morris Tanenbaum, (Retired Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer, AT&T), Short Hills, New Jersey Joseph B. Tarlton, Manager of Space, Bechtel National Inc., San Francisco, California Judith A. Thams, Development Planning Specialist, Northrop Corporation, Aircraft Division, Hawthorne, California Mitchell Thomas, President and Chief Executive Officer, L'Garde Inc., Tustin, California Donald O. Thompson, Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, and Director, Center for NDE, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa Caroline L. Vaughan, Director, Newmarket Venture Capital, United Kingdom
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The Future of Aerospace Hank Verbais, Aviation Education Officer, Western Pacific Region, Federal Aviation Administration, Los Angeles, California Walter K. Victor, Senior Associate, Technical Arts Associates, Pasadena, California Irving T. Waaland, Vice President and Chief Designer, Northrop Corporation, Pico Rivera, California Larry D. Welch, President, Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, Virginia Albertus D. Welliver, Corporate Senior Vice President Engineering and Technology, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Elmer P. Wheaton, Director and Associate, Marine Development Associates, Inc., Portola Valley, California Harold A. Wheeler, (Retired Consultant, Hazeltine Corporation), Ventura, California Albert D. Wheelon, (Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hughes Aircraft Company), Los Angeles, California Robert M. White, President, National Academy of Engineering, Washington, D.C. J. Ernest Wilkins, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, Georgia Basil W. Wilson, (Retired Private Consulting Oceanographic Engineer), Pasadena, California Bertram Wolfe, Vice President and General Manager, GE Nuclear Energy, San Jose, California Arch Wood, Executive Director, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Herbert H. Woodson, Dean of Engineering, The University of Texas, Austin, Texas R. Barry Wrenn, President, British Petroleum (Hitco) Inc., Santa Ana, California Theodore Y. Wu, Professor of Engineering Science, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California Henry T.Y. Yang, Dean, Schools of Engineering and Neil A. Armstrong Distinguished Professor, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana Abe M. Zarem, (Retired Founder, President, and, CEO, Electro-Optical Systems, Inc., and Xerox Development Corp., A Subsidiary of Xerox Corporation), Beverly Hills, California Katherine Zin, Research Assistant, Graduate School of Management, University of California, Irvine John Zuk, Chief, Aviation Technology Office, NASA, Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California Maureen Zuk
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