APPENDIX C
Sources of Input to the Committee

PRESENTATIONS

Committee Meeting 1 (September 15-16, 1997), Washington, D.C.

Aeronautics & Space Transportation Technology Enterprise. Robert Whitehead, Associate Administrator for Aeronautics and Space Transportation Technology, NASA OASTT.

Aeronautics & Space Transportation Technology Enterprise. Robert Pearce, Group Lead, Strategy and Planning, NASA OASTT.

Briefing based on the paper: Frontiers of the "Responsibly Imaginable" in (Civilian) Aeronautics. AIAA Paper 98-0001. Dennis Bushnell, Chief Scientist, NASA Langley Research Center.

Space Transportation Technology Working Group Meeting (October 8,1997), Washington, D.C.

Space Transportation Investment Strategy. Daniel Mulville, Chief Engineer, NASA

Reusable Launch Vehicle Program. Gary Payton, Head, Space Transportation Technology Division, NASA OASTT

NASA Langley Research Center Meeting (November 3-4, 1997), Hampton, Virginia

Langley Overview. Jeremiah Creedon, Director, NASA Langley Research Center Research Center

Systems Studies in Support of the Aeronautics Enterprise. Joe Chambers, NASA Inter-center Systems Analysis Team, NASA Langley Research Center

Overview of Systems Studies of Scenario-Based Vehicles. Joe Chambers, NASA Inter-center Systems Analysis Team, NASA Langley Research Center



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Maintaining U.S. Leadership in Aeronautics: Breakthrough Technologies to Meet Future Air and Space Transportation Needs and Goals APPENDIX C Sources of Input to the Committee PRESENTATIONS Committee Meeting 1 (September 15-16, 1997), Washington, D.C. Aeronautics & Space Transportation Technology Enterprise. Robert Whitehead, Associate Administrator for Aeronautics and Space Transportation Technology, NASA OASTT. Aeronautics & Space Transportation Technology Enterprise. Robert Pearce, Group Lead, Strategy and Planning, NASA OASTT. Briefing based on the paper: Frontiers of the "Responsibly Imaginable" in (Civilian) Aeronautics. AIAA Paper 98-0001. Dennis Bushnell, Chief Scientist, NASA Langley Research Center. Space Transportation Technology Working Group Meeting (October 8,1997), Washington, D.C. Space Transportation Investment Strategy. Daniel Mulville, Chief Engineer, NASA Reusable Launch Vehicle Program. Gary Payton, Head, Space Transportation Technology Division, NASA OASTT NASA Langley Research Center Meeting (November 3-4, 1997), Hampton, Virginia Langley Overview. Jeremiah Creedon, Director, NASA Langley Research Center Research Center Systems Studies in Support of the Aeronautics Enterprise. Joe Chambers, NASA Inter-center Systems Analysis Team, NASA Langley Research Center Overview of Systems Studies of Scenario-Based Vehicles. Joe Chambers, NASA Inter-center Systems Analysis Team, NASA Langley Research Center

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Maintaining U.S. Leadership in Aeronautics: Breakthrough Technologies to Meet Future Air and Space Transportation Needs and Goals Plan for Outcome-Goal-Based System Studies of OASTT Programs. Sam Dollyhigh, Inter-center Systems Analysis Team, NASA Langley Research Center Current Program Planning Support. Sam Dollyhigh, Inter-center Systems Analysis Team, NASA Langley Research Center Airframe Systems Base Research Program. Darrel Tenney, Airframe Systems Program Office, NASA Langley Research Center ReCAT: A NASA Program to Reduce the Cost of Air Travel. NASA Langley Research Center Civil Transportation Overview. Cindy Lee, Airframe Systems Program Office, NASA Langley Research Center High Performance Aircraft. James Burley II, High-Performance Aircraft Office, Airframe Systems Program, NASA Langley Research Center Advanced Subsonic Technology Program. Sam Morello, AST Program, NASA Langley Research Center Advanced Subsonic Technology Program, Small Aircraft Transportation System R&D. Bruce Holmes, NASA General Aviation Program Office, NASA Langley Research Center Key Research Thrusts for Access to Space. Delma Freeman, Aerospace Transportation Technology Office, NASA Langley Research Center OASTT Aviation Safety Program. Michael Lewis, Aviation Safety Program Office, NASA Langley Research Center High Speed Research Program Overview. Alan Wilhite, High Speed Research Program Office, NASA Langley Research Center Technology Visions for LaRC: Materials and Structures Research. Mark Shuart, Materials Division, NASA Langley Research Center Ideas on Revolutionary Aero Technologies. Ajay Kumar, Aero and Gas Dynamics Division, NASA Langley Research Center Enabling Technology Goals Addressed by These Technologies. Wayne Bryant, Flight Electronics Technology Division, NASA Langley Research Center

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Maintaining U.S. Leadership in Aeronautics: Breakthrough Technologies to Meet Future Air and Space Transportation Needs and Goals Committee Meeting 2 (November 18–19, 1997), Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts Long-Term Global Aeronautics Needs and Opportunities: Phase II-Potential Breakthrough Technologies and Long-Term R&D Goals. Richard John, Director, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Assessment and Analysis of Aviation System Safety. James Hallock, Aviation Safety Division, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center The Unintended Consequences of the Rapid Adoption of Advanced Technology in Civil Aviation. Donald Sussman, Operator Performance and Safety Analysis Group, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Needs and Opportunities for Information Security in the Air Traffic Management System. Robert Wiseman, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Traffic Management Research. Richard Wright, Automation Applications Division, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Modeling and Impact Assessment of Aviation Noise. Greg Fleming, Safety and Environmental Technology Division, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Presentation to the National Research Council, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board. John-Paul Clarke, MIT International Center for Air Transportation, Dept. of Aero/Astro Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Software Breakthroughs. Nancy Leveson, University of Washington (visiting the Dept. of Aero/Astro Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Aerospace Information Systems. John Deyst, Dept. of Aero/Astro Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology A Design Methodology for the Failure and Durability of Composite Structures. Mark Spearing, Paul Lagace, and Hugh McManus, Technology Laboratory for Advanced Composites, Dept. of Aero/Astro Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Advanced Structures and Materials Research II: Programs in the Active Materials and Structures Laboratory. Nesbitt Hagood IV, Dept. of Aero/Astro Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Potential Breakthrough Technologies, Propulsion Research at the Gas Turbine Laboratory, MIT. A.H. Epstein, I.A. Waitz, Dept. of Aero/Astro Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Maintaining U.S. Leadership in Aeronautics: Breakthrough Technologies to Meet Future Air and Space Transportation Needs and Goals The Strategic Plan of the Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics. Edward Crawley, Dept. Of Aero/Astro Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Lean Aircraft Initiative. Earll Murman, Dept. Of Aero/Astro Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Aviation Weather and CNS Research. Raymond LaFrey, James Evans, Steven Bussolari, MIT Lincoln Laboratory CNS/ATM Technology for Air Transportation. Steven Bussolari, MIT Lincoln Laboratory Draper Lab's Health Monitoring System Algorithms and Applicable MEMS Technologies. Neil Adams, Control and Dynamical Systems Division, Draper Laboratory Free Flight in an Era of Highly Constrained Resources. Stephan Kolitz, Draper Laboratory Avionics Technology Requirements for Low Cost Access to Space. Darryl Sargent, Space & Missile Programs, Draper Laboratory Recommendations for an Honest and Accurate Approach to Truly Low Cost Access to Space. Robert Sackheim, Propulsion & Combustion Center, TRW Space & Electronics Group SRI/NASA Ames Research Center Meeting (January 19–21, 1998), SanJose, California The Pace of Innovation/Human-Computer Interaction. Don Nielson, SRI International GPS Technology: Needs & Capabilities. Earl Blackwell, SRI International The Challenge of Flight Software: Breakthrough Technologies and Long-Term R&D Goals. John Rushby, SRI International Boeing (McDonnell Douglas Aerospace) Blended Wing Body Concept. Robert Liebeck, Boeing Long Beach Boeing Product Options and Considerations. Jean McGrew, Product Development & Technology, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group Adaptive Active Control of Combustion: Potential Breakthroughs in Performance Enhancement of Aeropropulsion Engines. C.T. Bowman and R.K. Hanson, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University Development of Diode-Laser Sensors for Aeropropulsion Engine Control. R.K. Hanson, High Temperature Gasdynamics Laboratory, Stanford University

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Maintaining U.S. Leadership in Aeronautics: Breakthrough Technologies to Meet Future Air and Space Transportation Needs and Goals ASTT Stretch Goals: Meeting the Challenge. Robert J. Hansen, Deputy Director for Research, NASA Ames Research Center Information Technology at NASA: Archimedes and the Computer. Kenneth Ford, Associate Center Director for Information Technology, NASA Ames Research Center Information Power Grid: How we see the future of Aerospace High Performance Computing and what we're doing about it. Bill Feiereisen, NASA Ames Research Center Information Systems Directorate. Steve Zornetzer, Information Systems Directorate, NASA Ames Research Center Intelligent Flight Control. Joseph Totah, Computational Sciences Division, NASA Ames Research Center Neural Network Based Flight Control: A Vision of the Year 2025. Joseph Totah (Dr. Charles Jorgensen, PI), Computational Sciences Division, NASA Ames Research Center NASA Air Traffic Management R&D. Michael Dudley, NASA Ames Research Center Data Collection and Causal Analysis for Aviation Safety: A Vision of Aviation System Monitoring. Irving C. Statler, NASA Ames Research Center Avionics Technologies in the Next 25 Years. Rudolph Kalafus, Trimble Navigation GPS, ATM, and Advanced Cockpit Display Research at Stanford University. Andrew K. Barrows (on behalf of Bradford Parkinson, J. David Powel, Per Enge), Dept. of Aero/Astro, Stanford University Ohio Aerospace Institute Meeting (February 9–11, 1998), Cleveland, Ohio Introduction to the Space Access Launch System and Development. Steve Wurst, Space Access LLC Space Operations Vehicles Technical Background for the National Research Council. Terry Phillips (Lt. Col. Jess Sponable), Air Force Research Laboratory/VTX, Kirtland AFB Advanced Hypersonic Concepts. Robert Mercier and Tom Curran, Wright Patterson AFB NASA Lewis Presentations. Carol Russo, et. al. NASA Marshall Presentations to the Air and Launch Vehicle Technology Meeting. Garry Lyles, et. al.

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