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Suggested Citation:"G Members of the 21st Century Truck Partnership." National Research Council. 2008. Review of the 21st Century Truck Partnership. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12258.
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Appendix G Members of the 21st Century Truck Partnership INDUSTRY MEMBERS Eaton Corporation Kevin Beaty (Executive Committee Lead-Hybrids) Allison Transmission Business Unit Manager-Hybrid Electric Powertrain, David Mikoryak Division, Manager, Electric Drive Programs Allison Transmission Galesburg, Mich. General Motors Corporation Indianapolis, Ind. William A. Batten Manager-Government Sales and Contracts, Galesburg, Mich. BAE Systems Stephen Cortese Freightliner Manager, Business Development BAE SYSTEMS Controls Johnson City, N.Y. Mike Benowitz Senior Research Engineer DaimlerChrysler Portland, Oreg. Caterpillar, Inc. Ashok Chanda Scott Smith External R&D Program Development Executive Engineer Freightliner LLC Peoria, Ill. Portland, Oreg. Cummins Engine Company Honeywell, Inc. Vinod Duggal (Executive Committee Lead-Engines) S.M. Shahed Director, Strategic Planning and Advanced Engineering Vice President, Advanced Products and Systems Cummins, Inc. Torrance, Calif. Columbus, Ind. Mack Trucks, Inc. Detroit Diesel Corporation Mark Kachmarsky Yury Kalish Vehicle Architecture/Advanced Concepts Senior Manager, Detroit Diesel Corporation South Allentown, Pa. West Detroit, Mich. 116

APPENDIX G 117 NAVISTAR Volvo Trucks North America Jan Boskovich Skip Yeakel (Executive Committee Lead-Truck OEM) Chief Engineer, Advanced Engineering Principal Engineer, Advanced Engineering Fort Wayne, Ind. Hagerstown, Md. Michael Roeth Anthony Greszler Director of Advanced Engineering Vice President, Advanced Engineering Fort Wayne, Ind. Hagerstown, Md. Alan Karkkainen GOVERNMENT MEMBERS Navistar, Inc. Melrose Park, Ill. U.S. Department of Defense Richard Kempf Paul Skalny Technical Development and Vehicle Engineering Deputy Director, National Automotive Center Fort Wayne, Ind. U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armament Command Warren, Mich. NovaBUS Heather McKee Barry West Mechanical Engineer, Fuel Cells and Alternative Fuels Team Volvo Bus Corporation U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armament Command Greensboro, N.C. Warren, Mich. Conal Deedy U.S. Department of Energy Volvo Technology of America Greensboro, N.C. Ed Wall Program Manager, FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program Oshkosh Truck Corporation Washington, D.C. Christopher H. Kirby Manager, Government Marketing Rogelio Sullivan Arlington, Va. Supervisor and General Engineer FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program David Hare Washington, D.C. Assistant Marketing Manager, Government Marketing Oshkosh, Wisc. Lee Slezak Vehicle Systems, Hybrid Propulsion, and Field Tests Norb Osburn FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program Director, Heavy Vehicles Washington, D.C. Oshkosh, Wisc. Kenneth Howden Director, 21st Century Truck Partnership PACCAR, Inc. Washington, D.C. Dan Farmer Director of Applied Technology Steve Goguen Mount Vernon, Wash. Supervisor and General Engineer FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program Rich Bergstrand Washington, D.C. Senior Research Engineer Mount Vernon, Wash. Tien Duong Team Leader Vehicle Systems Technologies, FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program Washington, D.C.

118 REVIEW OF THE 21ST CENTURY TRUCK PARTNERSHIP Gurpreet Singh Ron Graves Team Leader, Engine and Emission Control Technologies, Center Director, Fuels, Engines, and Emissions Research FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program Oak Ridge National Laboratory Washington, D.C. Knoxville, Tenn. Michael Laughlin U.S. Department of Transportation Senior Project Manager, New West Technologies, LLC Landover, Md. Timothy Johnson Crash Avoidance and Heavy Truck Research Division, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration National Laboratory Representatives Washington, D.C. Jud Virden 21CT Lab Council Co-Chair, Pacific Northwest National U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Laboratory Richland, Wash. John Kargul Senior Policy Advisor Terry Penney Ann Arbor, Mich. National Renewable Energy Laboratory Golden, Colo. Cheryl Bynum National Vehicle & Fuel Emissions Laboratory Dennis Siebers Ann Arbor, Mich. Sandia National Laboratories Livermore, Calif. Glenn Keller Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, Ill.

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The 21st Century Truck Partnership (21CTP), a cooperative research and development partnership formed by four federal agencies with 15 industrial partners, was launched in the year 2000 with high hopes that it would dramatically advance the technologies used in trucks and buses, yielding a cleaner, safer, more efficient generation of vehicles.

Review of the 21st Century Truck Partnership critically examines and comments on the overall adequacy and balance of the 21CTP. The book reviews how well the program has accomplished its goals, evaluates progress in the program, and makes recommendations to improve the likelihood of the Partnership meeting its goals.

Key recommendations of the book include that the 21CTP should be continued, but the future program should be revised and better balanced. A clearer goal setting strategy should be developed, and the goals should be clearly stated in measurable engineering terms and reviewed periodically so as to be based on the available funds.

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