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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B Meetings and Speakers." National Research Council. 2006. A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11780.
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Appendix B
Meetings and Speakers

MEETING 1

WASHINGTON, D.C.

MARCH 1-2, 2005


Co-Sponsor Discussion on Study Background, Intent and Priorities

Jim Engle

Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Research and Engineering

Robert Shaw

Office of the Director of Defense Research and Engineering


National Aerospace Initiative Update

Ronald M. Sega

Director of Defense Research and Engineering


Department of Defense Propulsion Science and Technology

Michael Richman, Associate Director, Aerospace Technology

Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Science and Technology

MEETING 2

WASHINGTON, D.C.

APRIL 5-6, 2005


Air Force Future Propulsion Requirements and Concepts

John Pernot, Deputy Chief, Future Concepts and Transformation Division

Headquarters, U.S. Air Force/XPXC


Propulsion Directorate Overview

Mike Heil, Director, Propulsion Directorate

Air Force Research Laboratory


Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Arthur Morrish, Director, Tactical Technology Office

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B Meetings and Speakers." National Research Council. 2006. A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11780.
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Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency


Space Requirements

Andrew Culbertson, Associate Director, Space Platforms

Office of the Director, Defense Research & Engineering


Air Force Research Laboratory, Science and Technology Overview

Mike Huggins, Chief, Space and Missile Propulsion Division

Air Force Research Laboratory


Air Force Space Propulsion Basic Research Activities

Mitat Birkan, Program Manager, Space Propulsion

Air Force Office of Scientific Research


Overview of NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Robert Sackheim, Assistant Director and Chief Engineer for Propulsion

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center


Gas Turbine Engine Materials

Dallis Hardwick, Materials Technology Lead

Air Force Research Laboratory/MLLM


Compression Systems Technology

John Lueke, Compression Systems Technology Lead

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRTF


Aerospace Fuels/Thermal Management

Tim Edwards, Fuels Technology Lead

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRTC


Combustion Systems Science and Technology

Carlos Arana, Combustion Systems Technology Lead

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRTC


Turbine Systems

Charles Stevens, Turbine Systems Technology Lead

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRTT


Propulsion Integration Technologies

Alex Giese, Exhaust Systems Technology Lead

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRTA


Mechanical Systems Technology

Nelson Forster, Mechanical Systems Technology Lead

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRTM


Technology Readiness Level 6 Demonstrators

Richard McNally, Advanced Technology Demonstrator Engines Lead

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRTP


Turbine Engine Technology Transition

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B Meetings and Speakers." National Research Council. 2006. A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11780.
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Mark Dale, Chief, Propulsion Branch, Turbine Engine Division

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRPT


High Cycle Fatigue

Daniel Thomson, High Cycle Fatigue Program Manager

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRT


Overview of Turbine Engine Technologies, Progress, and Future Opportunities

Jeffrey Stricker, Chief Engineer, Turbine Engine Division

Air Force Research Laboratory/PRT


Current/Future Turbine Engine Technology Investment Plans and VAATE

Larry Burns, VAATE Program Manager

Air Force Research Laboratory


NASA Glenn Research Center, In-Space Propulsion Activities

Robert Jankovsky, Chief, Electric Propulsion Branch, and

Mark Klem, Manager, Alternative Power Project


Air Force Research Laboratory, Hypersonic Propulsion

Robert Mercier, Deputy for Technology, and Thomas Jackson, Deputy for Science

Air Force Research Laboratory, Propulsion Directorate

MEETING 3

WASHINGTON, D.C.

MAY 24-26, 2005


Thermodynamic Cycle Analysis of Pulse Detonation Engines and the Pulse Detonation Engine

William Heiser, Professor Emeritus

U.S. Air Force Academy


Department of Defense, Propulsion Science and Technology Overview

Ronald M. Sega

Director, Defense Research and Engineering


HyFly Program Overview and Navy HyFly

Gil Graff, Weapons Science and Technology Manager

Office of Naval Research


Sea Power 21/Naval Capabilities Development Office Overview and Navy Turbine Engine


Technology

Charles A. Gorton, Chief Technology Officer, AIR-4.4T

NAVAIR Propulsion and Power Engineering


Navy Revolutionary Approach to Time-Critical Long Range Strike (RATTLRS)

Bill Voorhees, Propulsion and Power Air Vehicles Technology Team Lead

NAVAIR


NAI High Speed Hypersonics—Army

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B Meetings and Speakers." National Research Council. 2006. A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11780.
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Billy Walker, Senior Research Scientist

U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command

MEETING 4

WASHINGTON, D.C.

AUGUST 16-17, 2005


Strategy Options

Bob May, Deputy for Support

Aeronautical Systems Center


Defense S&T Reliance

Karen Ray, Defense S&T Reliance Executive Staff Chair

Office of Naval Research


Strategy Options

Jon Ogg, Director, Chief Information Officer and Communications, AFMC/A6, and

Ted Fecke, Technical Advisor Propulsion, ASC


Strategy Options

Bill Borger, Director, Propulsion, AFRL, and

William Koop, Chief, Turbine Engine Division, AFRL/PRT


Strategy Options

Tim Dues, Deputy for Logistics and Depot Maintenances

Air Force Materiel Command


Aerojet Overview—Hypersonic Propulsion

Adam Siebenhaar, Director, Hypersonic Propulsion

Aerojet


Positron Energy Conversion Status Review

Kenneth Edwards

Air Force Research Laboratory


DARPA Update

Dave Lucia, DARPA/TTO

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B Meetings and Speakers." National Research Council. 2006. A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11780.
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Rocket and air-breathing propulsion systems are the foundation on which planning for future aerospace systems rests. A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs assesses the existing technical base in these areas and examines the future Air Force capabilities the base will be expected to support. This report also defines gaps and recommends where future warfighter capabilities not yet fully defined could be met by current science and technology development plans.

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