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A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs 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
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A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs 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
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A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs 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
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A Review of United States Air Force and Department of Defense Aerospace Propulsion Needs 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
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