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D Committee and Pane' Activities PRT COMMITTEE AND ALL PANELS June 10- 13, 2002 Overview meeting NASA Ames PRT COMMITTEE November 6-8, 2002 Consensus meeting May 6-7, 2003 Final meeting ECT PANEL July 2002 Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. 23 Advanced Measurement and Detection subgroup NASA GSFC 31 Systems Analysis, RASC, TAA subgroup NASA Headquarters August 2002 5 NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts Teleconference with Universities Space Research Association 9 Advanced Measurement and Detection subgroup NASA JPL 14 Distributed/Micro-Satellite subgroup NASA JPL 20 Resilient Materials and Structures subgroup NASA Langley September 2002 5-6 Energetics subgroup 17-18 Panel meeting NASA Glenn Washington, D.C. March 2003 20 Systems subgroup Teleconference with ECT representatives 25 Distributed/Micro-Satellite subgroup NASA GSFC 117

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118 CICT PANEL AN ASSESSMENT OF NASA 'S PIONEERING REVOLUTIONARY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM July 2002 2 Intelligent Systems and IT Strategic Research NASA JPL 24 Networks, data management, and space communication NASA Glenn September 2002 18-20 CICTmeeting Washington, D.C. April 2003 14 CICT subgroup NASA Ames HEC Architecture Research Research in Programming Paradigms Persistent Testbeds Biological computing A Model-Based Programming Skunk Works High-Throughput Distributed Spacecraft Networks ECS PANEL June 2002 24 Integrated Mission Design Center customer perspectives NASA GSFC July 2002 24/25 ECS subgroup ECS subgroup Risk Workstation Highly Dependable Computing Testbed task Organizational Decision Support Tool task Customer perspectives ECS subgroup Virtual Iron Bird task SimStation Probabilistic simulation of component reliability Autonomous Propulsion System Technology task Key customer perspectives Organizational Decision Support Tool task Virtual Iron Bird task: Digital Shuttle Space Station Onboard Information Technology Virtual Iron Bird task: SimStation AERCAM Project Mobile Sensor Testbed Integrated System Engineering Lab Risk Workstation Key customer perspectives NASA JPL Teleconference with NASA Glenn NASA JSC 30 ECS subgroup NASA KSC Virtual Iron Bird task Ground checkout and launch software Shuttle maintenance organizational risk modeling Key customer perspectives

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APPENDIX D September 2002 23-24 April 2003 17 119 Panel meeting ECS subgroup SRRM Project Update Risk management national leadership Virtual Iron Bird yask and Columbia Wire Integrity Research (WIRe) task Intelligent Software Tools task Washington, D.C. NASA JPL