APPENDIX E
Workshop on Breakthrough Aerospace Technologies

The Committee to Identify Potential Breakthrough Technologies and Assess Long-Term R&D Goals in Aeronautics and Space Transportation Technology held a workshop at the National Research Council's Cecil and Ida Green Building in Washington, D.C., on February 19 and 20, 1998. The participants are listed below:

Howard Aylesworth, Jr., Aerospace Industries Association of America

M. Craig Beard, Consultant

James Berry, Boeing Advanced Space Systems, Huntington Beach

Larry Bober, NASA Lewis Research Center

Dennis Bushnell, NASA Langley Research Center

John Cole, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Eugene Covert, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Emeritus

Edward "Tom" Curran, Air Force Research Lab, Wright Patterson AFB

Paul Czysz, Parks College, St. Louis University

James Economy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Roger Fleming, Air Transport Association (retired)

William Fromme, ARINC

Robert Hanson, NASA Ames Research Center

Keith Kedward, University of California, Santa Barbara

Emmett Kraus, Cessna Aircraft



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Maintaining U.S. Leadership in Aeronautics: Breakthrough Technologies to Meet Future Air and Space Transportation Needs and Goals APPENDIX E Workshop on Breakthrough Aerospace Technologies The Committee to Identify Potential Breakthrough Technologies and Assess Long-Term R&D Goals in Aeronautics and Space Transportation Technology held a workshop at the National Research Council's Cecil and Ida Green Building in Washington, D.C., on February 19 and 20, 1998. The participants are listed below: Howard Aylesworth, Jr., Aerospace Industries Association of America M. Craig Beard, Consultant James Berry, Boeing Advanced Space Systems, Huntington Beach Larry Bober, NASA Lewis Research Center Dennis Bushnell, NASA Langley Research Center John Cole, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Eugene Covert, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Emeritus Edward "Tom" Curran, Air Force Research Lab, Wright Patterson AFB Paul Czysz, Parks College, St. Louis University James Economy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Roger Fleming, Air Transport Association (retired) William Fromme, ARINC Robert Hanson, NASA Ames Research Center Keith Kedward, University of California, Santa Barbara Emmett Kraus, Cessna Aircraft

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Maintaining U.S. Leadership in Aeronautics: Breakthrough Technologies to Meet Future Air and Space Transportation Needs and Goals Stephen McBrien, The MITRE Corporation Robert Moffitt, Sikorsky Aircraft Charles Saff, Phantom Works, The Boeing Company, St. Louis Robert Schwab, The Boeing Company, Seattle John Staples, Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration Ben Zinn, Georgia Institute of Technology