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Suggested Citation:"I Speakers." National Research Council. 2006. Decadal Survey of Civil Aeronautics: Foundation for the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11664.
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Speakers

The National Research Council appreciates the efforts of and the information provided by the individuals who volunteered their time to speak at the meetings of the steering committee and panels:

Damodar Ambur, NASA Glenn Research Center

Dominick Andrisani, Purdue University

P. Douglas Arbuckle, Next Generation Air Transportation System, Joint Planning and Development Office

Steven Arnold, NASA Glenn Research Center

Aaron Auslender, NASA Langley Research Center

Milind Bakhle, NASA Glenn Research Center

Michael Ball, University of Maryland

Joan Bauerlein, Federal Aviation Administration

Chris Benich, Honeywell Aerospace

Isaiah Blankson, NASA Glenn Research Center

Iain Boyd, University of Michigan

Jack Boyd, Cytec Engineered Materials

Irene Brahmakulam, Office of Management and Budget

Charles Browning, University of Dayton

Sam Bruner, Raytheon Aircraft

Wayne Bryant, NASA Langley Research Center

Robert Bucci, Alcoa Technical Center

Carl Burleson, Federal Aviation Administration

Dennis Bushnell, NASA Langley Research Center

Jay Carter, Jr., CarterCopters, LLC

Fu-Kuo Chang, Stanford University

Ravi Chona, Air Force Research Laboratory

Stanley Cole, NASA Langley Research Center

Bradford Cowles, Pratt & Whitney

Scott Cruzen, Williams International

Leo Dadone, The Boeing Company

James DeBonis, NASA Glenn Research Center

Russ Duren, Baylor University

Gregg Dvorak, Office of Science and Technology Policy

Andrew Eckel, NASA Glenn Research Center

Barry Farmer, Air Force Research Laboratory

Tom Farris, Purdue University

Ed Feddeman, U.S. Congress, House Science Committee, Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics

Michael Francis, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Mike Freeman, Northrop Grumman Corporation

Peretz Friedmann, University of Michigan

Bob Friend, The Boeing Company

Sanjay Garg, NASA Glenn Research Center

Thomas Gates, NASA Langley Research Center

Billy Glover, The Boeing Company

Marvin Goldstein, NASA Glenn Research Center

Kenneth Goodrich, NASA Langley Research Center

Joe Grady, NASA Glenn Research Center

H. Thomas Hahn, University of California, Los Angeles

Richard Hallion, U.S. Air Force

Dave Halstead, GE Aircraft Engines

Awatef Hamed, University of Cincinnati

Hans Hornung, California Institute of Technology

Dennis Huff, NASA Glenn Research Center

Michael Hyer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Thomas Jackson, Air Force Research Laboratory

Dale Johnson, U.S. Army

Dick Johnson, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation

Sylvia Johnson, NASA Ames Research Center

Walter Jones, Air Force Research Laboratory

Suresh Joshi, NASA Langley Research Center

Joel Kaplan, U.S. Congress, House Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Science, State, Justice, and Commerce

Fred Krause, GE Aircraft Engines

Robert Krieger, Boeing Phantom Works

John LaGraff, Syracuse University

Sanjiva Lele, Stanford University

Anita Liang, NASA Glenn Research Center

Richard Lind, University of Florida

Suggested Citation:"I Speakers." National Research Council. 2006. Decadal Survey of Civil Aeronautics: Foundation for the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11664.
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Kathryn Logan, National Institute of Aerospace, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Christopher Lynch, Georgia Institute of Technology

John Malone, NASA Langley Research Center

Bob Mercier, Aerospace Corporation

Alan Miller, The Boeing Company

Larry Moody, Boeing Phantom Works

Joseph Mook, University of Buffalo

Mark Moore, NASA Langley Research Center

Michael Nathal, NASA Glenn Research Center

Dick Obermann, U.S. Congress, House Science Committee, Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics

Walter O’Brien, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Ozden Ochoa, Air Force Office of Scientific Research

Lisa Porter, NASA Headquarters

Mark Potapczuk, NASA Glenn Research Center

Louis Povinelli, NASA Glenn Research Center

David Radzanowski, Office of Management and Budget

Jonathan Ransom, NASA Langley Research Center

Vince Rausch, NASA Langley Research Center

Eli Reshotko, Case Western Reserve University

David Rhodes, Next Generation Air Transportation System, Joint Planning and Development Office

Kevin Rivers, NASA Langley Research Center

Gary Roberge, Pratt & Whitney

Kenneth Rosen, Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation (retired)

Carl Rousseau, Lockheed Martin Corporation

Jayant Sabnis, Pratt & Whitney

John Schmisseur, Air Force Research Laboratory

Jeffery Schroeder, NASA Ames Research Center

Corey Schumacher, Air Force Research Laboratory

Ron Sega, U.S. Air Force

Arun Sehra, NASA Glenn Research Center

Gary Seng, NASA Glenn Research Center

Ashok Singhal, CFD Research Corporation

Agam Sinha, MITRE Corporation

Charles Smith, NASA Ames Research Center

Robert Smith, Honeywell Defense and Space Company

Rick Stanley, GE Aircraft Engines

David Stark, NASA Glenn Research Center

Anthony Strazisar, NASA Glenn Research Center

Kenneth Suder, NASA Glenn Research Center

Paul Tan, FAA, William J. Hughes Technical Center

Anthony Tether, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Charles Trefny, NASA Glenn Research Center

Juris Vagners, University of Washington

William Wallace, Textron, Inc.

William Welsh, Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation

William Winfree, NASA Langley Research Center

Richard Wlezien, NASA Headquarters

Rob Wolz, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation

Erik Zahn, The Boeing Company

John Zuk, NASA Ames Research Center

Suggested Citation:"I Speakers." National Research Council. 2006. Decadal Survey of Civil Aeronautics: Foundation for the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11664.
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The U.S. air transportation system is very important for our economic well-being and national security. The nation is also the global leader in civil and military aeronautics, a position that needs to be maintained to help assure a strong future for the domestic and international air transportation system. Strong action is needed, however, to ensure that leadership role continues. To that end, the Congress and NASA requested the NRC to undertake a decadal survey of civil aeronautics research and technology (R&T) priorities that would help NASA fulfill its responsibility to preserve U.S. leadership in aeronautics technology. This report presents a set of strategic objectives for the next decade of R&T. It provides a set of high-priority R&T challenges—-characterized by five common themes—-for both NASA and non-NASA researchers, and an analysis of key barriers that must be overcome to reach the strategic objectives. The report also notes the importance of synergies between civil aeronautics R&T objectives and those of national security.

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