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									APPENDIX I - C. FACULTY VITAE: AEROSPACE ENGINEERING


Erian A. Armanios, Ph.D.
    Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   B.S., Aeronautical Engineering, Cairo University, 1974.
   M.S., Aeronautical Engineering, Cairo University, 1979.
   Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1985.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1986-1991.
   Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1991-1997.
   Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1997-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Teaching Assistant, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt, 1974-1979.
   Assistant Lecturer, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt, 1979-1980.
   Graduate Research Assistant, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, 1980-1984.
   Research Engineer, Aerospace Engineering, 1985-1986.
   Consultant, Bell Helicopter Textron, Fort Worth, Texas, 1985-86
   Director, Georgia Space Grant Consortium, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, 1991-present
   Consultant, Allison Engine Co., Indianapolis, Indiana, 1995-96

Selected Patents
    "Rotational Displacement Apparatus with Ultra-low Torque and High Thrust Load Capability," Hooke, D. A. and Armanios,
    E. A., US Patent No. 5,661,247, Issued Date: 08/26/97 and US Patent No. 5,96,7017, 10/19/99.

    "Apparatus and Method for Aerodynamic Blowing Control Using Smart Materials," Dancila, D. S. and Armanios, E. A.,
    US Patent No. 5,791,601, Issued Date: 08/11/98, and US Patent No. 6,142,425, Issued Date: 11/7/2000.

    "Energy-Dissipating Composite Members with Progressive Failure," Dancila, D. S. and Armanios, E. A., US Patent No.
    6,136,406, Issued Date: 10/24/2000.

Selected Publications: 2003-2008
   ―Aeronautical Applications,‖ in Matériaux Composites, C. Bathias, Ed., in French, DUNOD Publishing Co., France,
     2005.

  Ozbay, S. and Armanios, E.A.,― Optimum Stacking Sequences for Extension-Twist Coupled Composites Subject to
   Thermal Stresses,― Journal of Advanced Composite Materials, No. 10, pps.410-422, 2005.

  Cross, R., Makeev, A., and Armanios, E., ―A Comparison of Predictions From Probabilistic Crack Growth Models Inferred
    From Virkler‘s Data,‖ Journal of ASTM International, Vol.3, No.10, 2006.

  Cross, R., Makeev, A., and Armanios, E., ―Simultaneous Uncertainty Quantification of Fracture Mechanics Based Life
    Prediction Model Parameters,‖ International Journal of Fatigue, Vol.29, No.10, pp. 1510-1515, 2006.

  Tan, X. and Armanios, E. "Strength of Quasi-isotropic Co-cured Composite Joints under Fatigue Loading", Journal of
    ASTM International, vol. 4, no. 4, April 2007.

  Makeev, A., Nikishkov, Y., and Armanios, E., ―A Concept for Quantifying Equivalent Initial Flaw Size Distribution in
   Fracture Mechanics based Life Prediction Models,‖ International Journal of Fatigue, vol.29, no.1, 2007, pps.141-145.

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2003-2008
    Armanios, E. A., ―Implementation of Extension-twist and Bending-twist Couplings in Composite Structures,‖ Invited
    Speaker, Institut de Technologie et Matériaux Avancés (ITAM), Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM),
    Paris , France, April 10, 2003..
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    Makeev, A. and Armanios, E., ―Nondeterministic Approaches to Prognostic Modeling,‖ AFOSR Workshop on Damage
    Prognosis of Metallic Materials, Washington DC, June 28-30, 2004.

    Ozbay, S. and Armanios, E.A.,― Optimum Stacking Sequences for Extension-Twist Coupled Composites Subject to
    Thermal Stresses,― 11th US-Japan Conference on Composite Materials, Sept. 9-11, 2004, Yamagata University,
    Yonezawa, Japan

    Ozbay, S., Armanios, E.A., Bauchau, O. and Dancila, D.S.,― Extension-Twist Coupling Optimization in Composite
    Rotor Blades,― 46th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics & Materials Conference, 18 - 21 Apr
    2005 Austin, Texas.

    Tawfik, S., Tan, X., Ozbay, S., Armanios, E. ―Modeling of Anticlastic Stability in Elastically Tailored Composites‖, 20th
    Annual Technical ASC Conference, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, September 7-9, 2005.

    Tan, X., and Armanios, E. ―Comparison of Co-cured Composite Joint Strength under Fatigue Loading‖, 21st Annual
    Technical ASC Conference, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dearborn, MI, September 17-20, 2006.

    Tawfik, S., and Armanios, E. ―Preliminary Investigation of a Morphing Wing Design Concept Employing Unsymmetric
    Cross-ply Composites Stability Characteristics‖, 21st Annual Technical ASC Conference, University of Michigan-
    Dearborn, Dearborn, MI, September 17-20, 2006.

    Cross, R., Haynes, R. and Armanios, E., ―Design of hygrothermally stable composites for extension-twist coupling,‖ 22nd
    Annual ASC Technical Conference, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, September 17-19, 2007.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2003-2008
    American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), Member, 1986-present.
    ASTM Technical Committee D-30 on High Modulus Fibers and their Composites, Member, 1988-present.
    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Associate Fellow, 1989-present.
    American Helicopter Society (AHS), Member, 1991-present.
    AHS Structures and Materials Committee, Member, 1991-present.
    Morehouse College Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics, Member,
    1996-present
    Trans Tech Publications Ltd., Key Engineering Materials series, Editor, 1989-present.
    International Science and Engineering Fair, NASA Awards Judge, 1998, 1999, 2001
    Editor-in-Chief, ASTM Journal of Composites Technology and Research, 2001-2004
    American Society for Composites, Fellow, 2006-present.

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2003-2008
     AE Structures and Materials Discipline Committee, Chair, 2003-present
     AE Structures and Materials and Structural Dynamics and Aeroelasticity Search Committee, Chair, 2003.
     AE Post Tenure Review Committee, Member, 2003-present
     AE Reappointment, Tenure and Promotion Committee, Member, 2003-present.

Selected Honors and Awards
    ASCE Outstanding Paper Award, Journal of Aerospace Engineering, 1990.
    CETL/Amoco Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, 1990.
    SAIC Faculty Advisor Award 1990, 1995, 1997
    Georgia Tech Faculty Leadership Award, 1996
    Sigma Xi Undergraduate Research Advisor Award, 1999, 2001.
    Georgia Tech Class of 1940-W. Roane Beard Outstanding Teacher Award, 1999.
    Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Teaching Excellence Faculty Award, 2000.
    Wayne W. Stinchcomb Memorial Award and lecture, ASTM D30 Committee, 2002.
    Excellence Faculty Award, Women in Engineering Program, Georgia Tech, 2002
    ASTM International, Committee on Publications Award, 2004.
    ASTM International Committee D30 Distinguished Service Award, 2004.
    ASTM Committee D30 Award for co-editing STP 1285 Composite Materials: Fatigue and Fracture (6th Volume), 2004
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Olivier A. Bauchau, Ph.D.
    Professor of Aerospace Engineering.

Degrees
   Ingénieur Civil Physicien, Engineering Physics, Université de l'Etat a Liège (Belgium), July 1977.
   Master of Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 1978.
   Doctor of Philosophy in the field of Structural Dynamics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, July 1981.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Professor, School of Aerospace Engineering, 1995-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, and Mechanics at the
   Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, 1989-1995.
   Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, and Mechanics at the Rensselaer
   Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, 1983-1989.
   Research Engineer at St. Gobain Recherches in Paris, France.

Selected Publications: 2003-2008
    Bauchau O.A. and Trainelli L., ―The Vectorial Parameterization of Rotation,‖ Nonlinear Dynamics, Vol 32, No 1, pp 71
    -- 92, 2003.

    Bauchau O.A., ―A Self-Stabilized Algorithm for Enforcing Constraints in Multibody Systems,‖ International Journal of
    Solids and Structures, Vol 40, No 12 -- 13, pp 3253 -- 3271, 2003.

    Bauchau O.A. and Rodriguez J., and Chen, S.Y., ―Coupled Rotor-Fuselage Analysis with Finite Motions Using
    Component Mode Synthesis,‖ Journal of the American Helicopter Society, Vol 49, No 2, pp 201 -- 211, 2004.

    Bauchau O.A. and Rodriguez J., and Chen, S.Y., ―Coupled Rotor-Fuselage Analysis with Finite Motions Using
    Component Mode Synthesis,‖ Journal of the American Helicopter Society, Vol 49, No 2, pp 201 -- 211, 2004.

    Laulusa A., Bauchau O. A., Choi J-Y., Tan V. and Li L., ―Evaluation of some Shear Deformable Shell Elements,‖
    International Journal of Solids and Structures, Vol 43, pp 5033 -- 5054, 2006.

    Bauchau, O.A. and Liu, Haiying, ―On the Modeling of Hydraulic Components in Rotorcraft Systems,‖ Journal of the
    American Helicopter Society, Vol 51, No 2, pp 175 -- 184, 2006.

    Bauchau, O.A. and Ju, Changkuan, ―Modeling Friction Phenomena in Flexible Multibody Dynamics,‖ Computer
    Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol 195, No 50-51, pp 6909 -- 6924, 2006.

    Bauchau, O.A. and Wang J.L., ―Stability Evaluation and System Identification of Flexible Multi-Body Systems,‖
    Multibody System Dynamics, Vol 18, No 1, pp 95 -- 106, 2007.

    Bottasso, L., Bauchau, O.A. and Cardona, A., ―Time-Step-Size Independent Conditioning and Sensitivity to
    Perturbations in the Numerical Solution of Index-3 Differential Algebraic Equations,‖ SIAM Journal on Scientific
    Computing, Vol 29, No 1, pp 397 -- 414, 2007.

    Shabana, A.A., Bauchau, O.A. and Hulbert, G.M., ―Integration of Large Deformation Finite Element and Multibody
    System Algorithms,‖ Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics, Vol 2, No 4, pp 351 -- 359, October 2007.

    Bauchau, O.A. and Wang, Jielong, ―Efficient and Robust Approaches to the Stability Analysis of Large Multibody
    Systems,‖ Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics, Vol 3, No 1, pp 011001-1 -- 12, January 2008.

    Laulusa A. and Bauchau, O.A., ―Review of Classical Approaches for Constraint Enforcement in Multibody Systems,‖
    Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics, Vol 3, No 1, pp 011004-1-- 8, January 2008.
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    Bauchau, O.A. and Laulusa A., ―Review of Contemporary Approaches for Constraint Enforcement in Multibody
    Systems,‖ Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics, Vol 3, No 1, pp 011005 1--8, January 2008.

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2003-2008
    ―Modeling of Contact Conditions with Application to Aerospace Systems Involving Backlash, Free-play and Friction,‖
    Presented at the 7th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Albuquerque NM, July 28 -- 30, 2003.

    ―A Self-Stabilized Algorithm for Enforcing Constraints in Multibody Systems,‖ Presented at the 19th Biennial
    Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise, Chicago IL, September 2 -- 6, 2003. Paper DECT 2003 VIB-48332.

    ―Modeling of Unilateral Contact in Multibody Systems, ― Presented at the XXII Southeastern Conference on Theoretical
    and Applied Mechanics, Tuskegee AL, August 15-17, 2004.

    ―Modeling of Unilateral Contact Conditions in Aerospace Systems,‖ Presented at the Contractor's Meeting in Mechanics
    of Materials and Devices & Structural Mechanics Wintergreen Resort, Wintergreen, VA, August 18 -- 21, 2004.

    ―DYMORE A Finite Element Based Tool for the Analysis of Nonlinear Flexible Multibody Systems,‖ Invited seminar in
    the Morphing Lecture Series presented at the National Institute of Aerospace in Hampton VA, July 26, 2005.

    ―Modeling Friction Phenomena in Flexible Multibody Dynamics,‖ Presented at the Sixth European Conference on
    Structural Dynamics, Paris, France, Sep. 4 -- 7, 2005.

    ―Efficient and Robust Approaches to the Stability Analysis of Large Multibody Systems,‖ Invited Seminar presented at
    the University of Illinois at Chicago, Mar. 28, 2006.

    ―On the Modeling of Hydraulic Components in Rotorcraft Systems,‖ Presented at the American Helicopter Society 62nd
    Forum and Technology Display, Phoenix AZ, May 9 -- 11, 2006. Best paper in the session award.

    ―The Semi-Active Coulomb Friction Damper Concept,‖ Presented at the American Helicopter Society 62 nd Forum and
    Technology Display, Phoenix AZ, May 9 -- 11, 2006. Best paper in the session award.

    ―Efficient and Robust Approaches for Rotorcraft Stability Analysis,‖ Presented at the American Helicopter Society 63 rd
    Forum and Technology Display, Virginia Beach VA, May 1 -- 3, 2007.

    Stability Evaluation and System Identification for Rotorcraft Systems,‖ Invited seminar presented at Konkuk University,
    Seoul, South Korea, June 15, 2007.

    ―Optimal Control Based on Subspace Identification Algorithms for Multibody Systems,‖ Presented at the MULTIBODY
    DYNAMICS 2007, ECCOMAS Thematic Conference, Milano, Italy, 25--28 June 2007.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 1998-2002
    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Senior Member 1985 - present.
    American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Associate Member 1984 - present.
    American Helicopter Society, Member 1985 - present. Member: Dynamics Committee. (1996-1998, 2000-2002)
    European Mechanics Society, Member 1998 - present.
    Associate Editor: Journal of Nonlinear and Computational Dynamics.
    Advisory Board: Multibody System Dynamics. Member 2002-present.

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 1998-2002
     AE Committee on Aeroelasticity and Dynamics, 1995-present; 2001-present, Chair. AE Faculty Honors Committee,
     2000-present. AE Committee on Structural Mechanics & Material Behavior, 1995-present.

Selected Honors and Awards
    Prix Auguste Sacré awarded by the Académie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, for the
    period 1994-2000. In recognition of his work in Structural Dynamics, and Rotors and Rotor Blade Dynamics.
APPENDIX I - C. FACULTY VITAE: AEROSPACE ENGINEERING


Robert D. Braun, Ph.D.
   David & Andrew Lewis Associate Professor of Space Technology

Degrees
   B.S., Aerospace Engineering, Penn State University, 1987.
   M.S., Astronautics, George Washington University, 1989.
   Ph.D., Aeronautics & Astronautics, Stanford University, 1996.

Georgia Tech Experience
   David & Andrew Lewis Associate Professor of Space Technology, Aerospace Engineering, 2003 - present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Special Assistant for Exploration Engineering, NASA Langley Research Center, 2001-2003.
   Chief Engineer, Intelligent Synthesis Environment Program Office, NASA Langley Research Center, 2000-2001.
   Earth Entry Vehicle Manager, Mars Sample Return Project, NASA Langley Research Center, 1999-2000.
   Aerospace Technologist, NASA Langley Research Center, 1989-1999.

    Personal consulting agreement with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory for systems engineering and independent review
    services in support of a wide range of spaceflight projects, (2004 – present). Consulting services provided for NASA
    Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle Thermal Protection System Advanced Development Project (2005 – present). Peer
    review services consulting agreement with NASA HQ and SAIC (2004-present).

Selected Publications: 2006-2008
    Braun, R.D.; Wright, H.S.; Croom, M.A.; Levine, J.S.; and Spencer, D.A.; ―Design of the ARES Mars Airplane and
    Mission Architecture, Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 43, No. 5, pp. 1026-1034, Sept-Oct, 2006.

    Rohrschneider, R.R.; and Braun, R.D.; ―Survey of Ballute Technology for Aerocapture,‖ Journal of Spacecraft and
    Rockets, Vol. 44, No. 1, pp. 10-23, Jan-Feb, 2007.

    Putnam, Z.R.; Braun, R.D.; Rohrschneider, R.R.; and Dec, J.A; ―Entry System Options for Human Lunar Return,‖
    Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 44, No. 1, pp. 194-202, Jan-Feb, 2007.

    Braun, R.D.; and Manning, R.M.; ―Mars Entry, Descent and Landing Challenges,‖ Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets,
    Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 310-323, Mar-Apr, 2007.

    Wooster, P.D.; Braun, R.D.; Ahn, J.; and Putnam, Z.R.; ―Mission Design Options for Human Mars Missions,‖ MARS:
    The International Journal of Mars Science and Exploration, Vol. 3, pp. 12-28, Aug. 2007.

    Christian, J.A.; Manyapu, K.; Wells, G.W.; Lafleur, J.M.; Verges, A.M.; and Braun, R.D.; ―Sizing of an Entry, Descent,
    and Landing System for Human Mars Exploration,‖ Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp.130-141, Jan-
    Feb, 2008.

    Putnam, Z.R.; Bairstow, S.H.; Barton, G.H.; and Braun, R.D.; ―Improving Lunar Return Entry Footprints Using
    Enhanced Skip Trajectory Guidance,‖ Accepted for publication in the Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 2008; see also
    The Draper Technology Digest, Vol. 11, CSDL-R-3009, pp. 24-33, 2007.

    Clark, I.G.; Wells, G.W.; Theisinger, J.T.; and Braun, R.D.; ―An Evaluation of Ballute Entry Systems for Lunar Return
    Missions,‖ Accepted for publication in the Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 2008.

Selected Keynote Addresses: 2004-2008
    AIAA Distinguished Lecturer (2004 – 2006), Eleven AIAA section lectures across the nation.
    Entry, Descent and Landing Challenges to Enable Human Mars Exploration, Invited Speaker, International Space
    Development Conference, Dallas, TX, May 26, 2007.
    Entry, Descent and Landing Challenges for Robotic and Human Mars Exploration, Invited Speaker, National Institute
    for Aerospace Systems Analysis Distinguished Lecture Series, Oct 17, 2006.
    Experiences and Challenges in Mars Exploration, Keynote Speaker at NASA Langley Summer Programs Banquet,
    Hampton, VA, Aug 9, 2006.
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    Entry, Descent and Landing Challenges for Human Mars Exploration, Invited Speaker, 9th Annual Mars Society
    Conference, Washington, D.C., Aug 5, 2006.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2004-2008
    Fellow AIAA.
    AIAA Space Systems Technical Committee, 2006 – present.
    AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Technical Committee, 2004 – 2007.
    AIAA Fellow Technical Evaluation Committee, 2007.
    AIAA Distinguished Lecturer, 2003 - 2006.
    AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Honors and Awards Committee, 2005.
    Member, NRC New Opportunities in Solar System Exploration Committee, 2007-2008.
    Advisory Council, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 2006 – present.
    Advisory Council, Pennsylvania State University Department of Aerospace Engineering, 2008 – present.
    Mars Program Systems Engineering Team, 2006 – present.
    NASA Management Operations Working Group, Office of the Chief Engineer, 2006-present.
    Member, NASA Mars Architecture Team, 2007-2008.
    NASA Planetary Protection Advisory Council member, 2004 – 2006.
    NASA Integrated Robotic and Human Mars Exploration Strategic Roadmap Team member, 2005.
    Co-chair, NASA Planetary Access Capability Roadmap Team, 2004-2005.
    NASA Human Planetary Landing System Capability Roadmap Team member, 2004-2005.
    Co-chair, Mars Exploration Program Analysis Group Human Precursor Technology Development Committee, 2004-2005.

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2004-2008
     Space systems faculty search committee chair, 2006-present.
     Member of AE Graduate Program committee, 2006 - present.
     Member of AE Academic Program committee, 2006 - present.
     Chair, 1st Annual Space Systems Engineering Conference, on Georgia Tech campus, Nov 2005.
     Chair, 6th International Planetary Probe Workshop, on Georgia Tech campus, June 2008.
     Search committee member for Dutton-Ducoffe Chair in Embedded Software and Control, 2005.

Selected Honors and Awards
    AIAA Lawrence Sperry Award, 1999, for ―Significant contributions enabling the successful entry, descent, and landing of
    the Mars Pathfinder spacecraft, and the development of the Mars Microprobes and Mars Surveyor 2001 Orbiter and Lander.‖
    NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal, 1998, for ―Outstanding engineering contributions which led to the successful
    entry, descent, and landing of the Mars Pathfinder spacecraft.‖
    NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal, 1996, for ―Outstanding technical achievement in the application of flight
    systems entry analysis to space missions and commercial launch services.‖
    NASA Group Achievement Award, 2004, for ―Significant technology advancement of Mars airplane flight systems
    demonstrating their validity as a credible space science platform.‖
    NASA Group Achievement Award, 2000, for ―Design of an innovative aeroshell system satisfying the unique entry,
    descent, and impact requirements of the Mars Microprobe mission.‖
    NASA Group Achievement Award, 1998, for ―Outstanding technical contributions in the design, test, operations, and
    post-flight data reconstruction phases of the Mars Pathfinder mission.‖
    NASA Group Achievement Award, 1997, for ―Outstanding contributions to the analysis and design of the Mars
    Pathfinder entry, descent, and landing system through definition of Mars atmospheric, aerodynamics,
    aerothermodynamics, and flight dynamics in support of the Space Science Enterprise.‖
    NASA Group Achievement Award, 1997, for ―Outstanding contributions, skill, and teamwork as a member of the Mars
    Pathfinder operations navigation team.‖
    NASA Group Achievement Award, 1997, for ―Outstanding skill and commitment in the design development, and
    validation of the Mars Pathfinder Entry, Descent, and Landing subsystems.‖
    NASA Group Achievement Award, 1997, for ―Outstanding skill and teamwork in the development of the Mars
    Pathfinder Entry, Descent, and Landing end-to-end verification simulation.‖
    NASA Inventions and Contributions Board Team Award, 2006, for ―The creative development of technically significant
    software which has been accepted and approved by NASA, entitled POST.‖
    NASA Inventions and Contributions Board Team Award, 2008, for ―Development of the formal and approved entry,
    descent and landing Monte-Carlo simulation methodology used in NASA flight project practices.‖
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John-Paul Clarke, Sc.D.
     Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
    Sc.D., Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997.
    S.M., Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992.
    S.B., Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1991.

Georgia Tech Experience
     Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2005-Present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
    Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, July 2002 – June 2005.
    Assistant Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sept. 1997 – June 2002.
    Visiting Scholar, The Boeing Company, Jan. 1997 – Aug. 1997
    Graduate Research Assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Feb. 1992 – Dec. 1996
    Member of Technical Staff, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, June 1989 – Jan. 1992.
    Consulting, Harris Miller, Miller & Hanson, Burlington, MA., 1998
    Consulting, Safe Air For Environment, Cleveland, OH, 1998 -2000
    Consulting, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, Cambridge, MA., 2000-2001
    Consulting, Aeroport de Montreal, Montreal, Canada, 2002
    Consulting, Marcel Grieb and Associates, Zurich, Switzerland, 2004
    Consulting, Sabre Airline Solutions, Southlake, TX., 2004
    Consulting, Unique (Zurich Airport), Zurich, Switzerland, 2004-2005
    Consulting, Future For Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany, 2005
    Consulting, Metron Aviation, Vienna, Virginia 2007-Present
    Consulting, Selwyn District Council, Rolleston, New Zealand, 2007-Present

Patents and Invention Disclosures
    None

Publications (2006-present):
      Ren, l., Clarke, J-P., ―Flight Test Evaluation of the Tool for Analysis of Separation and Throughput,‖ Journal of
     Aircraft 45(1): 323-332, Jan.-Feb.2008
      Reynolds, T.G., Ren, L., Clarke, J-P., ―Advanced Noise Abatement Approach Activities at Nottingham East Midlands
     Airport, UK, ―Air Traffic Control Quarterly 15(4): 275-298, Dec. 2007
      Ren, L., Clarke, J-P., ―A Separation Analysis Methodology for Optimizing Parameters of Noise Abatement Approach
     Procedures,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics 30(5): 1319-1330, Sept.-Oct. 2007.
      Ho, N.T., Clarke, J-P., ―A Methodology for Optimizing Parameters of Noise Abatement Approach Procedures,‖
     Journal of Aircraft 44(4): 1168-1176, July-Aug. 2007.
      Kim, B. Y., Fleming, G. G., Lee, J. J., Ian A. Waitz, I. A., Clarke, J.-P., Balasubramanian, S., Malwitz, A., Klima, K.,
     Locke, M., Holsclaw, C. A., Maurice, L. Q., and Gupta, M. L., "System for assessing Aviation‘s Global Emissions
     (SAGE), Part 1: Model description and inventory results," Transportation Research Part D 12(5): 325–346 (July 2007).
      Ho, N. T., Clarke, J.-P., Riedel, R., Oman, C., "Cueing System for Near-Term Implementation of Aircraft Noise
     Abatement Approach Procedures," Journal of Aircraft 44(3): 718-725 (May-June 2007).
      Clarke, J.-P., Melconian, T., Bly, E., Rabbani, F., ―MEANS - The MIT Extensible Air Network Simulation,"
     SIMULATION 83(4): 385-399 (May 2007).
      de Prins, J. L., Schippers, K. F. M., Mulder, M., van Paassen, M. M., in 't Veld, A. C., and Clarke, J.-P., ―Investigation
     of a Three-Degree Decelerating Approach of a Twin-Engined Jet Aircraft under Actual Flight Condition,‖ Journal of
     Guidance, Control, and Dynamics 30(2): 576-590 (March-April 2007).
      de Gaay Fortman, W. F., van Paassen, M. M., Mulder, M., in 't Veld, A. C., Clarke, J.-P., "Implementing Time-Based
     Spacing for Decelerating Approaches," Journal of Aircraft 44(1): 106-118 (January-February 2007).
      Miller, B., Clarke, J.-P., ―The Hidden Value of Air Transportation Infrastructure," Technological Forecasting and
     Social Change 74(1): 18-35 (January 2007).
      Theis, G., Adler, T., Clarke, J.-P., Ben-Akiva, M., ―Risk Aversion to Short Connections in Airline Itinerary Choice,"
     Transportation Research Record 1951: 28-36 (2006).
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      Lan, S., Clarke, J.-P., Barnhart, C., ―Planning for Robust Airline Operations: Optimizing Aircraft Routings and Flight
     Departure Times to Minimize Passenger Disruptions," Transportation Science 40(1): 15-28 (February 2006).

Presentations and Keynote Addresses (Selected):
        - November 2007, ―Mixed Integer Programs for Fuel Optimal En Route Conflict Resolution,‖ INFORMS Annual
            Meeting, Seattle, Washington (with William Singhose, Senay Solak and Adan Vela).
        - November 2007, ―Portfolio Optimization for Aviation Technology Development,‖ INFORMS Annual Meeting,
            Seattle, Washington (with Earl Barnes, Paul Collopy, Ellis Johnson, Senay Solak).
        - November 2007, ―A Stochastic Programming Approach for Sector Level Traffic Flow Management,‖
            INFORMS Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington (with Earl Barnes, Yu-Heng Chang, Ellis Johnson, Senay
            Solak).
        - November 2006, ―Network Flow Based Stochastic Programming Formulations for Capacity Planning at Airport
            Terminals,‖ INFORMS Annual Meeting, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania (with Ellis Johnson and Senay Solak).
        - November 2006, ―Improving Schedule Design Through A Priori Evaluation of Robustness and Reliability,‖
            INFORMS Annual Meeting, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania (with Terran Melconian).
        - November 2006, ―Analysis of Air Transportation System Delay,‖ INFORMS Annual Meeting, Pittsburg,
            Pennsylvania (with Terran Melconian).
        - January 2005, ―Air Traffic Management,‖ AIAA / Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Invited Lecture Series,
            Technical University at Munich, Germany.
        - June 2004, ―The Case for Aviation Infrastructure Investment in Jamaica,‖ Jamaica Aviators, Operators and
            Pilots Association Golden Wings Awards Dinner, Kingston, Jamaica.
        - May 2004, ―Architecting a More Efficient and Environmentally Friendly Air Transportation System,‖ AIAA
            Baltimore Section Annual Awards Dinner.
        - December 2003, ―The Role of Air Transportation in Regional Development,‖ Airports Authority of Jamaica
            Centenary of Flight Celebration, Kingston, Jamaica.
        - October 2003, ―The Case for Robustness,‖ Carmen Systems Conference on Operational Efficiency, Miami,
            Florida.
        - October 2000, ―Understanding and Managing the Interactions Between Air Traffic Control and Airline
            Operations,‖ SABRE Operations Control Users Conference, Ft. Worth, Texas.
        - May 2000, ―Understanding and Managing the Interactions Between Air Traffic Control and Airline
            Operations,‖ AGIFORS Operations Control Study Group, Budapest, Hungary.

Professional Service and Development Activities (Selected):
        Member, AIAA Technical Committee on Management (2006-present)
        Chair, INFORMS Aviation Applications Section (2002-2004)
        Member, European Commission SOURDINE II Research Project Expert Panel (2002-2004)
        Reviewer, Operations Research (2003-present)
        Reviewer, Transportation Science (2002-present)
        Reviewer, Journal of Aircraft (1997-present)

Institutional Service and Development Activities (Selected):
         Member, Provost‘s Task Force on Interdisciplinary Research (2007-present), Gerogia Tech
         Member, School of Aerospace Engineering Student Enrollment Committee (2005-present), Georgia Tech
         Co-chair, Institute Committee on Student Life (2003-2005), MIT
         Member, Institute Young Faculty Advisory Group to the Committee on Student Life (2000-2003), MIT

Selected Honors and Awards (Selected):
        Best Paper in "Environmental Considerations in ATM System Design" Track, USA/Europe ATM R&D Seminar (2007)
        Gilbreth Lectureship, National Academy of Engineering (2006)
        Most Innovative Idea in Airline Operations Research, AGIFORS Symposium (2006)
        Most Innovative Idea in Operations Control, AGIFORS Operations Control Study Group (2006)
        Most Innovative Idea in Operations Control, AGIFORS Operations Control Study Group (2005)
        Distinguished Lecturer, AIAA (2004)
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Mark F. Costello, Ph.D.
   Sikorsky Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
    B.S., Aerospace Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1987.
    M.S., Aeroapce Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1989.
    Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1992.

Georgia Tech Experience
    Sikorsky Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2006-Present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
    Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University, Sept 2003 – Jan 2006.
    Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University, Jan 1998 – Sept 2003.
    Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, U.S. Military Academy, Oct 1993 - Dec 1997.
    Research Engineer, Aerospace Laboratory, Georgia Tech Research Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology, Oct 1991
    - Oct 1993.
    Research Engineer, Helicopter Division, Boeing Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 1989 - March 1990.
    Engineer, Naval Air Test Center, Rotary Wing Aircraft Test Directorate, Patuxent River, Maryland, May 1987 – Oct
    1987.
    Consultant, BAE Systems Incorporated, Minneapolis, MN: 2005-2007.
    Consultant, SAIC, Minneapolis, MN: 2006-2007.
    Consultant, Alliant Integrated Defense Company, Minneapolis, MN: 2003-2006.
    Consultant, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD: 2004-2006.
    Consultant, Benet Laboratories at Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, NY: 2004.
    Consultant, Arrow Technologies Incorporated, Burlington, VT: 2003.

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
     None

Selected Publications: 2002-2008
     E. Beyer, M. Costello, ―Flight Dynamics and Control Authority of Flap-Controlled Open Boxes,‖ Journal of Guidance,
     Control, and Dynamics, Vol 30, No 3, pp 827-834, 2007.
     S. Ko, K. Gunter, M. Costello, H. Aum, S. MacDonald, K. White, C. Snow, and W. Hayes, ―Stride Width Discriminates
     Gait of Side-Fallers Compared to Other-Directed Fallers During Overground Walking,‖ Journal of Aging and Health,
     Vol 19, pp 200-212, 2007.
     N. Slegers, M. Costello, ―Variable Structure Observer for Control Bias on Unmanned Air Vehicles,‖ Journal of
     Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol 30, No 1, pp 281-286, 2007.
     G. Frost, M. Costello, ―Control Authority of a Projectile Equipped with an Internal Unbalanced Part,‖ Journal of
     Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control, Vol 128, No 4, pp 1005-1012, 2006.
     L. Hainz, M. Costello, ―Modified Projectile Linear Theory for Rapid Trajectory Prediction,‖ Journal of Guidance,
     Control, and Dynamics, Vol 28, No 5, pp 1006-1014, 2005.
     N. Slegers, M. Costello, ―Model Predictive Control of a Parafoil and Payload System,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control,
     and Dynamics, Vol 28, No 4, pp 816-821, 2005.
     G. Frost, M. Costello, ―Simulation of a Mortar Launched, Parachute Deployed Battlefield Imaging System,‖ Journal of
     Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control, Vol 126, No 3, pp 583-594, 2004.
     M. Costello, J. Kyle, ―A Method for Calculating Static Conditions of a Dragline Excavation System Using Dynamic
     Simulation,‖ Mathematical and Computer Modeling, Vol 40, pp 233-247, 2004.
     M. Erickson, M. Costello, ―Production Line Calibration for Sensors on Actively Controlled Bullets,‖ Journal of
     Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Vol 126, No 2, pp 368-376, 2004.
     N. Slegers, M. Costello, ―Aspects of Control for a Parafoil and Payload System,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control, and
     Dynamics, Vol 26, No 6, pp 898-905, 2003.
     G. Frost, M. Costello, ―Bomb Damage Assessment using a Dispensed Sensor Projectile,‖ IEEE Journal on Aerospace
     and Electronic Systems, Vol 39, No 3, pp 813-823, 2003.
     B. Burchett, M. Costello, ―Model Predictive Lateral Pulse Jet Control of an Atmospheric Rocket,‖ Journal of Guidance,
     Control, and Dynamics, Vol 25, No 5, pp 860-867, 2002.
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Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2002-2008
     Technology Transfer from the Professor Perspective, Defense Industry Offset Association, Global Offset and
     Countertrade Association Conference, Stone Mountain, GA, September 2007.
     A Nonlinear Observer for Smart Projectile Applications, ATK Corporation, Minneapolis, MN, March 2006.
     Precision Emplacement of Payloads on the Battlefield with Autonomous Parafoil and Payload Aircraft, Department of
     Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, October 2005.
     Tutorial on Smart Weapon Flight Control Systems, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, January 2005.
     Exterior Ballistics of Projectiles, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, January 2005.
     Research on Parafoil and Payload Aircraft at Oregon State University, U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center, Natick, MA,
     August 2004.
     Smart Weapons Research at Oregon State University, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Los Angeles, CA, April 2004.
     Kalman Filtering Techniques, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, December 2002.
     Model Predictive Pulse Jet Control, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering, Rensselaer
     Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, October 2002.
     Real-Time Bomb Damage Assessment using Parasitic Projectiles, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins
     University, Baltimore, MD, March 2002.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2002-2008
     American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Member
     American Helicopter Society, Member
     American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Member
     AIAA Technical Committee (Atmospheric Flight Mechanics),Member 1999-2002, 2006-2009.
     Associate Editor, Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, AIAA, 2007-2009.
     Associate Editor, Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control, ASME, 2005-2008.
     Editorial Board, Journal of Aerospace Engineering (Proceedings the IMechE Part G), 2007-2010.Editor-in-Chief,
     ASTM

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2002-2008
      Faculty Senate Member, Oregon State University, 2002-2004.
      College of Engineering Graduate Course Sequence Team Chair, Oregon State University, AY02/03.
      Mechanical Engineering Department Head Search Committee, Oregon State University, AY01/02, AY02/03.
      Graduate Program Committee, Oregon State University, AY03/04, AY04/05.
      Search Committee, Oregon State University, AY00/01, AY01/02, AY02/03, AY03/04.

Selected Honors and Awards
     Associate Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2006.
     Outstanding Professor Award (Student Vote), Department of Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University, 2005.
     Austin-Paul Faculty Award, College of Engineering, Oregon State University, 2001.
     Meritorious Civilian Service Medal, United States Military Academy, 1997.
     Superior Civilian Service Medal, United States Military Academy, 1996.
     Winner, American Helicopter Society National Design Competition, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1988.
     Sigma Gamma Tau (Aerospace Engineering National Honor Society), Pennsylvania State University, 1986.
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Eric Feron, Ph.D.
    Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   B.S., Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, 1989.
   M.S., Computer Science, Ecole Polytechnique & Ecole Normale Supérieure, 1990.
   Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Stanford University, 1994.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2005-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Research Engineer, Ministry of Defense, France, 1990-1993
   Assistant Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993-1999
   Associate Professor (tenured), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1999-2005
   Consultant, United Technologies, Valeo, Northwest Airlines, ONERA-CERT.

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
    “A passive stabilization system for wheeled luggage and other towed wheeled devices”, patent pending

Selected Publications: 2004-2008

    V. Gavrilets, B. Mettler, and E. Feron, ―Human-Inspired Control Logic for Automated Maneuvering of Miniature
    Helicopter‖, in AIAA J. on Guidance, Control and Dynamics, 2004.

    B. Mettler, C. Dever, and E. Feron, ―Scaling Effects and Dynamic Characteristics of Miniature Rotorcraft‖, AIAA J.
    Guidance, Control and Dynamics, 2004.

    Carr, F. , Theis, G., Clarke, J-P and Feron, E. ―Evaluation of Improved Pushback Forecasts Derived from Airline Ground
    Operations Data‖,AIAA Journal Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication, 2004.

    Schouwenaars, Mettler, Feron, How. ―Hybrid Model for Trajectory Planning of Agile Autonomous Vehicles‖, AIAA
    Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information and Communication,January 2005.

    Dever, Mettler, Feron, Popovic, McConley. ―Trajectory Interpolation for Parametrized Maneuvering and Flexible
    Motion Planning of Autonomous Vehicles‖, to appear in AIAA J. of Guidance, Control and Dynamics, 2004.

    Mao, Z.H., Dugail, D. and Feron, E. ―Stability of intersecting aircraft flows under heading changes‖ To appear, IEEE
    Trans. On Intelligent Transportation Systems, 2005.

    Frazzoli, E., Dahleh, M. and Feron, E. ―Maneuver-based Motion Planning for Nonlinear Systems with Symmetries‖ to
    appear, IEEE Trans. on Robotics, 2005.

    General Theory of Algebraic Equations, by E. Bezout, translation from French by E. Feron. Princeton University Press,
    2005. Original publication: 1779.

    Schouwenaars, T; Valenti, M; Feron, E; How, J; Roche, E.
    Linear Programming and Language Processing for Human/Unmanned-Aerial-Vehicle Team Missions, Journal of
    Guidance, Control, and Dynamics. Vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 303-313. Mar.-Apr. 2006

    T. Schouwenaars, A. Stubbs, J. D. Paduano and Eric Feron: ―Multi-Vehicle Path Planning for Non-Line of Sight
    Communication‖, Journal of Field Robotics, 2006.

    Zhi-Hong Mao, David Dugail, and Eric Feron . ―Space Partition for Conflict Resolution of Intersecting Flows of Mobile
    Agents Zhi-Hong Mao, David Dugail, and Eric Feron‖, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 2007.
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Presentations and lectures: 2004-2008

    ―Aerobatic autonomous helicopter flight‖, Stanford University, Aug 04.

     “Slowdown warning system for pile-up crash avoidance”, MIT-ILP research conference, October 2004

    “Bezout, French Mathematician in the XVIIIth century”, MIT Leonardo dinner, Nov. 2004

    “A new local 6-degree of freedom position sensor”, Columbia University, Oct 2005

     “Aerial Robotics, what’s ahead and what have we left behind?”, University of Pennsylvania, Dec 06, also keynote
address, Information Decision and Control Conference, Australia, Feb 07.

    “Helicopter flight in crowded environments”, LAAS-Toulouse, France, Jan 08.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2004-2008
    AIAA Associate Fellow.
    IEEE Member
    North America Advisor for Académie Nationale des Technologies (French equivalent to National
    Academy of Engineering)
    Associate Editor, International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control
    Software need in safety critical aerospace applications Workshop. MIT.
    co-organizer with Patrick Cousot (2005)

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2005-2008
     AE Flight Mechanics and Controls Discipline Committee
     AE Computing Committee
     Aerospace Chair search committee              01/08

Selected Honors and Awards
    Charles Stark Draper Chair                        11/93
    NSF Research Initiation Award                     09/94
    NASA Certificate of Recognition                   02/98
    ONR Young Investigator Award                      02/99
    Best paper award, Arrival and Departure
    Management track, 3rd USA/Europe
    Air Traffic Management R&D Seminar                06/00
    Advisor, French Academy of Technologies           01/01
    Member, Think Tank 30
    Club of Rome (resigned 08/01 for lack of time)    7/01
    Best track, session and conference paper award,
    2001 Digital Avionics
    Systems Conference                                10/01
    Dutton/Ducoffe Professorship                      09/05
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    Wassim M. Haddad
          Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
    B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology, 1983.
    M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology, 1984.
    Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology, 1987.

Georgia Tech Experience
    Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1994-1998.
    Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1998-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
    Associate Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne,
    Florida, 1993-1994.
    Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne,
    Florida, 1988-1993.
    Consultant Engineer, Harris Corporation, Government Aerospace Systems Division, Controls Analysis and Synthesis
    Group, Melbourne, Florida, 1987-1994.
    Control Systems Researcher, Space Research Institute, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, 1989-1990.
    Visiting Professor, Aerospace Engineering Department, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 1992-
    August 1992, June 1993-August 1993, July 1995-August 1995.

Selected Publications: 2005-2008
    W. M. Haddad, V. Chellaboina, and S. G. Nersesov, Thermodynamics: A Dynamical Systems Approach. Princeton, NJ:
    Princeton University Press, 2005.

    W. M. Haddad, V. Chellaboina, and S. G. Nersesov, Impulsive and Hybrid Dynamical Systems: Stability, Dissipativity,
    and Control. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2006.

    W. M. Haddad, J. M. Bailey, T. Hayakawa, and N. Hovakimyan, ―Neural Network Adaptive Output Feedback Control
    for Intensive Care Unit Sedation and Intraoperative Anesthesia,‖ IEEE Trans. Neural Networks, vol. 18, pp. 1049-1066,
    2007.

    W. M. Haddad, V. Chellaboina, Q. Hui, and S. G. Nersesov, ―Energy and Entropy Based Stabilization for Lossless
    Dynamical Systems via Hybrid Controllers,‖ IEEE Trans. Autom. Contr., vol. 52, pp. 1604-1614, 2007.

    W. M. Haddad and V. Chellaboina, Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Control: A Lyapunov-Based Approach.
    Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2008.

    W.M. Haddad, V. Chellaboina, and S.G. Nersesov, ―Time-Reversal Symmetry, Poincare Recurrence, Irreversibility, and
    the Entropic Arrow of Time: From Mechanics to System Thermodynamics,‖ Nonlinear Analysis: Real World
    Applications, vol. 9, pp. 250-271, 2008.

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2005-2008
    Plenary speaker at the Workshop on Biology and Control Theory, Toulouse, France, April 2006.

    Plenary speaker at the International Conference on Hybrid Systems and Applications, Lafayette, LA, May 2006.
    W. M. Haddad, Q. Hui, V. Chellaboina, and S. G. Nersesov, ―Hybrid Decentralized Maximum Entropy Control for
    Large-Scale Dynamical Systems,‖ Presented at the Amer. Contr. Conf., Minneapolis, MN, June 2006.

    Q. Hui, W. M. Haddad, and S. P. Bhat, ―Finite-Time Semistability Theory with Applications to Consensus Protocols in
    Dynamical Networks,‖ Presented at the Amer. Contr. Conf., New York, NY, July 2007.
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    W. M. Haddad and Q. Hui, ―Complexity, Robustness, Self-Organization, Swarms, and System Thermodynamics,‖
    Presented at the IEEE Conf. Dec. Contr., New Orleans, LA, December 2007.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2005-2008
    Tau Beta Pi.
    Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Senior Member, 1987-present.
    International Journal of Hybrid Systems, Editor, 2001-2005.
    Editor of Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems, 2005-present.

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2005-2008

    Flight Dynamics and Control Committee, Member, 1994-present.
    Aerospace Engineering Advisory Committee, Chairman, Georgia Tech, 2003-present.

Selected Honors and Awards
    Tau Beta Pi Honor Society.
    National Science Foundation Research Initiation Award, 1991.
    Outstanding Research Scholar of the Year Award, Florida Institute of Technology, 1992-1993.
    Outstanding Research and Teaching Award, College of Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology, 1993.
    Technical Paper Research Award, Southeastern Section, ASEE, 1993, for the paper, ―Controller Design with Regional
    Outstanding Research Scholar of the Year Award, Florida Institute of Technology, 1992-1993.
    National Science Foundation Presidential Faculty Fellow Award, in recognition for demonstrated excellence and
    continued promise both in scientific and engineering research and in teaching future generations of students to extend
    and apply human knowledge, The President of the United States of America, The White House, 1993.
    Recognition for outstanding contributions to joint university and industry programs, Florida Institute of Technology and
    Harris Corporation, 1993.
    Outstanding Faculty Research Author Award for outstanding record of publication of papers describing results of
    scholarly research conducted at Georgia Tech, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997-1998.
    Academy of Nonlinear Sciences, in recognition of paramount contributions in the fields of nonlinear stability theory,
    nonlinear dynamical systems, and nonlinear control, 2002.
    Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award for significant contributions and outstanding professional achievements in
    nonlinear dynamical systems and control, Florida Institute of Technology, 2007.
    IEEE Control Systems Magazine Outstanding Paper Award, 2007, for the paper, ―Drug Dosing Control in Clinical
    Pharmacology,‖ IEEE Contr. Syst. Mag., vol. 25, pp. 35-51, 2005.
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Dewey H. Hodges
    Professor of Aerospace Engineering
Degrees
    B.S., Aerospace Engineering, The University of Tennessee, 1969.
    M.S., Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, Stanford University, 1970.
    Ph.D., Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, Stanford University, 1973.
Georgia Tech Experience
    Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1986 – present.
Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
    Extension of NATASHA for Global Observer Aircraft, Aero Vinonment, Inc., August 2007 – present
    Assessment of State-of-the-Art Blade Modeling for Comprehensive Rotorcraft Analysis, U.S. Army Aeroflightdynamics
    Directorate, June 2003
    Nonlinear Aero-Servo-Elastic Modeling of Pathfinder and Helios, NASA Dryden, March 2004 – Jan. 2005.
    Development of Nonlinear Composite Beam Element for RCAS, U.S. Army Aeroflightdynamics Directorate, May –
    Dec. 2004.
    Research Scientist, Rotorcraft Dynamics Division, Aeroflightdynamics Directorate, U.S. Army Aviation Research and
    Technology Activity (AVSCOM), 1970 – 1986 (1973-1977 as active duty Army officer)
    Lecturer, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, 1980 – 1986.
    Guest Research Scientist, DFVLR Institute of Structural Mechanics, Braunschweig, West Germany, 1984.
Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
    U.S. Patent 3,999,886, ―Hingeless Helicopter Rotor with Improved Stability,‖ Dec. 28, 1976 (with
    R. A. Ormiston, W. G. Bousman, and D. A. Peters).
    U.S. Patent 5,435,503, ―Real Time Missile Guidance System,‖ July 25, 1995 (with M. G. Johnson,
    Jr., and G. T. Haskins).
Selected Publications: 2003-2007
    Bajodah, Abdulrahman H.; Hodges, Dewey H.; and Chen, Ye-Hwa: ―A New Form of Kane‘s Equations of Motion for
    Constrained Systems,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control and Dynamics, 26, 1, 2003, pp. 79 – 88.
    Yu, Wenbin; Hodges, Dewey H.; and Volovoi, Vitali V.: ―Asymptotically Accurate 3-D Recovery from Reissner-like
    Composite Plate Finite Elements,‖ Computers and Structures, 81, 7, 2003, pp. 439 – 454.
    Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Contact Stress from Asymptotic Reissner-Mindlin Plate Theory,‖ AIAA Journal, 41, 2, 2003, pp.
    329 – 331.
    Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Geometrically-Exact, Intrinsic Theory for Dynamics of Curved and Twisted Anisotropic Beams,‖
    AIAA Journal, 41, 6, 2003, pp. 1131 – 1137.
    Ruzicka, Gene C.; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―A Mixed Finite Element Treatment of Rotor Blade Elongation,‖ Journal of
    the American Helicopter Society, 48, 3, 2003, pp. 167 – 175.
    Friedmann, Peretz P.; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Rotary Wing Aeroelasticity – A Historical Perspective,‖ Journal of
    Aircraft, 40, 6, 2003, pp 1019 – 1046.
    Yu, Wenbin; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―A Geometrically Nonlinear Shear Deformation Theory for Composite Shells,‖
    Journal of Applied Mechanics, 71, 1, 2004, pp. 1 – 9.
    Yu, Wenbin; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Elasticity Solutions versus Asymptotic Sectional Analysis of Homogeneous,
    Isotropic, Prismatic Beams,‖ Journal of Applied Mechanics, 71, 1, 2004, pp. 15 – 23.
    Mayuresh J. Patil, Rudolph N. Yurkovich, and Dewey H. Hodges: ―Incorrectness of the k Method for Flutter
    Calculations,‖ Journal of Aircraft, 41, 2, 2004, pp. 402 – 405.
    Yu, Wenbin; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―An Asymptotic Approach for Thermoelastic Analysis of Laminated Composite
    Plates,‖ Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 130, 5, 2004, pp. 531 – 540.
    Yu, Wenbin; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―A Simple Thermopiezoelastic Model for Smart Composite Plates with Accurate
    Stress Recovery,‖ Smart Materials and Structures, 13, 4, 2004, pp. 926 – 938.
    Hodges, Dewey H.; and Patil, Mayuresh J.: ―Correlation of Geometrically-Exact Beam Theory with the Princeton Data,‖
    Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 49, 3, 2004, pp. 357 – 360.
    Patil, M. J. and Hodges, D. H., ―On the Importance of Aerodynamic and Structural Geometrical Nonlinearities in
    Aeroelastic Behavior of High-Aspect-Ratio Wings,‖ Journal of Fluids and Structures, 19, 7, 2004, pp. 905 – 915.
    Bajodah, Abdulrahman H.; Hodges, Dewey H.; and Chen, Ye-Hwa: ―Nonminimal Kane‘s Generalized Impulse-
    Momentum Relations,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control and Dynamics, 27, 6, 2004, pp. 1088 – 1092.
    Yu, Wenbin; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Mathematical Construction of an Engineering Thermopiezoelastic Model for
    Smart Composite Shells,‖ Smart Materials and Structures, 14, 1, 2005, pp. 43 – 55.
    Yu, Wenbin; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Generalized Timoshenko Theory of the Variational Asymptotic Beam Sectional
    Analysis,‖ Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 50, 1, 2005, pp. 46 – 56.
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     Bajodah, Abdulrahman H.; Hodges, Dewey H.; and Chen, Ye-Hwa: ―Inverse Dynamics of Servo-Constraints Based on
     the Generalized Inverse,‖ Nonlinear Dynamics, 39, 1/2, 2005, pp. 179 – 196.
     Lee, Donghoon; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Improved Numerical Scheme for Linearized Stability Analysis of Nonlinear
     Periodic Systems,‖ Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 50, 2, 2005, pp. 206 – 210.
     Yu, Wenbin; Liao, Lin; Hodges, Dewey H.; and Volovoi, Vitali V.: ―Theory of Initially Twisted, Composite, Thin-
     walled Beams,‖ Thin-Walled Structures, 43, 8, 2005, pp. 1296 – 1311.
     Yu, W.; Hodges D. H.; Volovoi, V. V.; and Fuchs, E. D.: ―A Generalized Vlasov Theory for Composite Beams,‖ Thin-
     Walled Structures, 43, 9, 2005, pp. 1493 – 1511.
     Bajodah, Abdulrahman H.; Hodges, Dewey H.; and Chen, Ye-Hwa: ―Nonminimal Kane‘s Equations of Motion for
     Nonlinearly Constrained Multibody Dynamical Systems,‖ Multibody System Dynamics, 14, 2, 2005, pp. 155 – 187.
     Hodges, Dewey H.; Saberi, Hossein; Ormiston, Robert A.: ―On Tension Buckling in Shear-Flexible Composite Beams,‖
     AIAA Journal, vol. 44, no. 8, 2006, pp. 1909 – 1911.
     Hodges, Dewey H.; and Patil, Mayuresh J.: ―Flight Dynamics of Highly Flexible Flying Wings,‖ Journal of Aircraft,
     vol. 43, no. 6, 2006, pp. 1790 – 1799.
     Roithmayr, Carlos M.; Bajodah, Abdulrahman H.; Hodges, Dewey H.; and Chen, Ye-Hwa: ―Corrigendum: New Form of
     Kane‘s Equations of Motion for Constrained Systems,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, vol. 30, no. 1,
     Jan.-Feb. 2007, pp. 286 – 288.
     Hodges, Dewey H.; Saberi, Hossein; Ormiston, Robert A: ―Development of Nonlinear Beam Elements for Rotorcraft
     Comprehensive Analyses,‖ Journal of the American Helicopter Society, vol. 52, no. 1, Jan. 2007, pp. 36 – 48.
     Hodges, Dewey H.; and Yu, Wenbin: ―A Rigorous, Engineer-Friendly Approach for Modeling Realistic, Composite
     Wind-Turbine Blades,‖ Wind Energy, vol. 10, no. 2, 2007, pp. 179 – 193.
     Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Asymptotic Derivation of Shear Beam Theory from Timoshenko Theory,‖ ASCE Journal of
     Engineering Mechanics, vol. 133, no. 8, 2007, pp. 957 – 961.
     Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Bending-Torsion Divergence of a Clamped-Clamped Composite Wing,‖ Journal of Aircraft, vol.
     44, no. 6, Nov.-Dec. 2007, pp. 2070 – 2072.
     Chang, Chong-Seok; and Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Parametric Studies on Ground Vibration Test Modeling for Highly
     Flexible Aircraft,‖ Journal of Aircraft, vol. 44, no. 6, Nov.-Dec. 2007, pp. 2049 – 2059.
Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2001-2005
     Hodges, Dewey H.: ―Rotor Blades and Beam Theory: Past, Present, and Future,‖ 11th International Workshop on
     Rotorcraft Dynamics and Aeroelasticity, Boca Raton, Florida, October 12 – 14, 2005.
Professional Service and Development Activities: 2001–2005
     Fellow: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, American Helicopter Society, and American Academy of
     Mechanics
     Editorial Board, Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures
     ASCE Engineering Mechanics Division, Elastic Stability Technical Committee, 1999 – 2003; Chairman, 2001 – 2003
     Associate Editor, ASCE Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 2001 – 2003
     Dynamics Committee, American Helicopter Society, 1988 – 1991; 1997 – 2000; 2005 – present
     Christian Faculty Leadership Network, Christian Leadership Ministries, 2000 – present
Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2001–2005
     Aerospace Engineering Honors Program Committee, 2001 – 2002
     Aerospace Engineering Faculty Honors Committee, 2000 – present; Chairman, 2000 – 2005
     College of Engineering Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 2004 – present
     Christian Faculty Forum, Georgia Tech, 1996 – present; vice president, 1998 – 2000; program chairman, 2001 – 2002.
Selected Honors and Awards
     Monie A. Ferst Memorial Sigma Xi Research Award: 2003 Doctoral Thesis Advisor
     Fellow: The World Innovation Foundation (admitted Oct. 12, 2001)
     Member: Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma
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Jechiel I. Jagoda
Professor, Associate Chair for Graduate Programs & Research

Degrees:
B.Sc., Physics, Imperial College of Science & Technology, University of London, 1971
Ph.D., Combined Physics, Imperial College of Science & Technology, University of London, 1976

Georgia Tech Experience
Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1979-1985
Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1985-1993
Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1993-1996
Professor & Associate Chair for Graduate Programs and Research, 1995-present

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
Research Engineer, Technical University of Munich, Germany, 1979
Research Fellow, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France, 1976 - 1979
Research Assistant, Imperial College of Science & Technology, London, England 1971 - 1976
Research Intern, Messerschmidt, Bolkow-Blohm, Munich, Germany, 1969
Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
Waste Conversion Systems of Georgia, Inc., Atlanta, GA
BIC Corporation
Heery Energy Consultants, Inc., Atlanta, GA
Global Consultants, Inc., Alexandria, VA
Arnell, Golden and Gregory Attorneys Atlanta, GA
Long, Weinberg and Wheeler Attorneys, Atlanta, GA

Selected Patent and Invention Disclosures
United States Patent No. 7,089,746, ―System & Method for Detection of Blow Out Precursors in Combustors,‖ August 15,
2006, co-inventors Y. Neumeier, T. Lieuwen, J. Seitzman, J. Jagoda, S. Nair, R. Rajaram, M. Thumurulu, D. Scarborough, T.
O‘Connell.

United States Patent No. 7,168,949, ―Stagnation Point Reverse Flow Combustor for a Combustion System,‖ January 30, 2007
co-inventors Jeff Jagoda, Jerry Seitzman, Yedidia Neumeier, Ben Ami-Hashmonay, Atlanta, GA.

Selected Publications: 2003-2007
―Combustion Dynamics in a High-Aspect Ratio Engine,‖ co-authored with M. Kirtas, M. Disseau, D. Scarborough and S.
Menon. Proceedings of the 29th International Symposium on Combustion, Sapporo, Japan, July 21-26, 2002.

―Active Control of Lean Blowout for Turbine Engine Combustors,‖ co-authored with T.M. Muruganandam, S. Nair, D.
Scarborough, Y. Neumeier, T. Lieuwen, J. Seitzman and Ben T. Zinn. Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 21, No. 5
(2005).

―Stagnation-Point Reverse-Flow Combustor Performance with Liquid Fuel Injection,‖ co-authored with J. Crane, Y.
Neumeier and J. Seitzman, GT2006-912338 in Proceedings of the ASME/IGTI Turbo Expo 2006, Barcelona, Spain, May 8-
11, 2006.

―Preliminary Study of Low Plasma Powered Radical Jet Generator for Combustion Systems,‖ co-authored with Woong-Sik
Choi, Yedidida Neumeier, and Jaecheol Kim, Proceedings of ASME Turbo Expo 2006, Barcelona, Spain, May 8-11, 2006.

―Sensing and Control of Lean Blow Out in Premixed Combustor,‖ co-authored with M. Thiruchengode, S. Nair, S. Prakash,
Y. Neumeier, J. Seitzman, T. Lieuwen and B. T. Zinn. American Flame Research Council Symposium, October 16-17, 2003.


Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2003-2007
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―An Active Control system for LBO Margin Reduction in Turbine Engines,‖ co-authored with M. Thiruchengode, S. Nair, S.
Prakash, D. Scarborough, Y. Neumeier, T. Lieuwen, J. Seitzman, and B. Zinn. AIAA 2003-1008, 41st Aerospace Sciences
Meeting, Reno, NV, Jan. 6-9, 2003.

―Stabilization of a Combustion Process near Lean Blow Off by an Electric Discharge,‖ co-authored with W. S. Choi and Y.
Neumeier, paper AIAA-2004-0982 at the 42nd Aerospace Science Meeting, Reno, NV, January 2004.

―Flow Field Measurements in a Counter-Swirling Spray Combustor,‖ co-authored with J. Colby and S. Menon, paper AIAA-
2005-4143, AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Tuscan, AZ, July 10-13, 2005.

―Novel Combustor for Ultra Low Emissions with Non Premixed Reactants Injection,‖ co-authored with Y. Neumeier, B.
Zinn, Y. Weksler, J. Seitzman and J. Kenny, paper AIAA-2005-3775, AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion
Conference, Tuscan, AZ, July 10-13, 2005.
―Avoiding Lean Blowoff,‖ AFRC Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia, November 8, 2005.

―Preliminary Study of Low Plasma Powered Radical Jet Generator for Combustion Systems,‖ co-authored with Woong-Sik
Choi, Ydidida Neumeier, and Jaecheol Kim, Proceedings of ASME Turbo Expo 2006, Barcelona, Spain, May 8-11, 2006.

―Stagnation Point Reverse Flow (SPRF) Combustor,‖ co-authored by Y. Neumeier, J. Seitzman, J. Jagoda, S. Menon and T.
Lieuwen, Power-Gen, Orlando, FL, November 29, 2006.


Professional Service and Development Activities: 1998-2008
Royal College of Science, Associate
Imperial College, Member
The Convocation, University of London, Member
The Combustion Institute, Member
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Associate Fellow
Sigma Xi, Georgia Institute of Technology Chapter, Member


Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2003-2007
Responsible for all aspects of the Aerospace Engineering Graduate Program (recruiting through graduation), which serves
470 graduate students. Deeply involved in space planning for the School. Significantly contributed to the design and
construction of a 20ft x 12 ft ultra low vacuum tank and its infrastructure for testing of Hall thruster and for the infrastructure
supporting a 256 node parallel computer cluster.


Selected Honors and Awards
Honors B. Sc.
Diploma of Membership of the Imperial College
Sigma Xi Junior Faculty Research Award, 1985
School of Aerospace Engineering, Most Valuable Professor, 1985-1988
Faculty Mentoring Award, Georgia Tech Women in Engineering, 2004
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Eric N. Johnson
    Lockheed Martin Associate Professor of Avionics Integration, School of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   B.S., Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering, University of Washington, 1991.
   M.S., Aeronautics Engineering, The George Washington University, Joint Institute for the Advancement of Flight
   Sciences, at the NASA Langley Research Center, 1993.
   S.M., Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994.
   Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Graduate Research Assistant, 1999-2000.
   Lockheed Martin Assistant Professor of Avionics Integration, School of Aerospace Engineering, 2001-2007.
   Lockheed Martin Associate Professor of Avionics Integration, School of Aerospace Engineering, 2007-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Data reduction crew lead, University of Washington Aeronautical Laboratory, Kirsten Wind Tunnel, Seattle,
   Washington, 1990-1991.
   Graduate Research Assistant, The George Washington University, Joint Institute for the Advancement of Flight
   Sciences, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, 1991-1993.
   Graduate Research Assistant, MIT Aeronautical Systems Laboratory, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1994.
   Senior Member of the Technical Staff, The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1995-
   1997.
   Senior Engineer, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, Advanced Design, Marietta, Georgia, 1997-2000.
   Consultant, Adaptive Flight, Inc. 2007-present

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
    ―Adaptive Control System Having Hedge Unit and Related Apparatus and Method,‖ E. Johnson, A. Calise, U.S. Patent
    Filed (provisional application no. 60/199,615), 2000.

Selected Publications: 2003-2007
    Johnson, E.N. and Calise, A.J., ―Limited Authority Adaptive Flight Control for Reusable Launch Vehicles,‖ AIAA
    Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 26, No. 6, pp. 906-913, November/December 2003.

    Johnson, E.N. and Schrage, D.P., ―System Integration and Operation of a Research Unmanned Aerial Vehicle,‖ AIAA
    Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 5-18, January 2004.

    Johnson, E.N., Proctor, A.A., Ha, J., and Tannenbaum, A.R., ―Visual Search Automation for Unmanned Aerial
    Vehicles,‖ IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. 219-232, January 2005.

    Johnson, E.N. and Kannan, S.K., ―Adaptive Trajectory Control for Autonomous Helicopters,‖ AIAA Journal of
    Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 524-538, May/June 2005.

    Johnson, E.N. and Turbe, M.A., ―Modeling, Control, and Flight Testing of a Small Ducted Fan Aircraft,‖ AIAA Journal
    of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 769-779, July/August 2006.

    Johnson, E.N., Calise, A.J., Watanabe, Y., Ha, J., Neidhoefer, J.C., ―Real-Time Vision-Based Relative Aircraft
    Navigation,‖ AIAA Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 707-738,
    March 2007.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 1993-2007
    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Senior Member, 1990-present.

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 1993-2007
     Representative on the General Faculty Assembly for the 2004-2007 term.
     Georgia Tech Center for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) Hesburgh Award Teaching Fellows Program,
     2008.
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Selected Honors and Awards
    National Science Foundation CAREER Award 2003.
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George A. Kardomateas
   Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   Diploma, Mechanical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 1981.
   M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1982.
   Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1985.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1989-1992.
   Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1992-1997.
   Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1997-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Senior Research Engineer, General Motors Research Laboratories, Warren, Michigan, 1985-1989.
   Teaching Assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1981-1982.
   Research Assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1982-1985.

Selected Publications: 2002-2007
   Huang H. and Kardomateas G.A., "Buckling and Initial Postbuckling Behavior of Sandwich Beams Including Transverse
   Shear", AIAA Journal, vol. 40, no. 11, pp. 2331-2335, 2002.

   Kardomateas G.A. and Huang H., "The Initial Postbuckling Behavior of Face-Sheet Delaminations in Sandwich
   Composites", Journal of Applied Mechanics (ASME), vol. 70, pp. 191-199, March 2003.

   Huang, H. and Kardomateas, G.A. "Dislocation-Based Boundary-Element Method for Crack Problems in Anisotropic
   Half Planes", AIAA Journal, Vol. 42, No.3, pp. 650-657, March 2004.

   Kardomateas G.A. and Simitses G.J., ―Comparative Studies on the Buckling of Isotropic, Orthotropic and Sandwich
   Columns‖, Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures (special issue in honor of Prof. Stavsky), vol. 11, pp. 309-
   327, 2004.

   Liu, L. and Kardomateas, G.A, ―Thermal Stress Intensity Factors for a Crack in an Anisotropic Half Plane‖, International
   Journal of Solids and Structures, vol. 42, no 18-19, pp. 5208- 5223, Sept. 2005.

   Kardomateas, G.A., ―Wrinkling of Wide Sandwich Panels/Beams with Orthotropic Phases by an Elasticity Approach‖,
   Journal of Applied Mechanics (ASME), vol. 72, pp. 818-825, Nov. 2005.

   Li, R. and Kardomateas, G.A., ―Thermoelastic Crack Branching in General Anisotropic Media‖, International Journal of
   Solids and Structures, vol.42, issues 3-4, pp.1091-1109, February 2005.

   Kardomateas G.A. and Simitses G.J., "Bucking of Long Sandwich Cylindrical Shells Under External Pressure", Journal
   of Applied Mechanics (ASME), vol. 72, no. 4, pp. 493-499, July 2005.

   Birman V., Kardomateas, G.A., Simitses G.J., and Li R., ―Response of a Sandwich Panel Subject to Fire or Elevated
   Temperature on One of the Surfaces‖, Composites Part A, (special issue on Fire Behaviour of Composites) Vol. 37, issue
   7, pp. 981-988, July 2006.

   Li, R. and Kardomateas, G.A., ―The Mode III interface crack in piezo-electro-magneto-elastic dissimilar bi-materials‖,
   Journal of Applied Mechanics (ASME), vol. 73, pp. 220- 227, 2006.

   Liu L. and Kardomateas G.A., ―Thermal Buckling of a Fire-Damaged Composite Column Exposed to Heat Flux‖, AIAA
   J., Vol. 44, no. 9, pp. 2024-2033, 2006.

   Li, R. and Kardomateas, G.A., ―A Solution to the Thermo-elastic Interface Crack Branching in Dissimilar Anisotropic Bi-
   material Media‖, International Journal of Solids and Structures, vol. 43, no. 5, pp. 913-942, 2006.
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   Li, R. and Kardomateas, G.A., "Thermal Buckling of multi-walled carbon nanotubes by nonlocal elasticity ", Journal of
   Applied Mechanics (ASME), vol. 74, no. 3, pp. 399-405, May 2007.

   Carlson, R.L., Cappelli M.D. and Kardomateas G.A., ―An Investigation of the Growth of Multi-Site Fatigue Cracks‖,
   International Journal of Fracture, vol. 145, pp. 329-332, 2007.

   Li, R. and Kardomateas, G.A., ―The Mixed Mode I and II interface crack in piezo-electro-magneto-elastic anisotropic
   bi-materials‖, Journal of Applied Mechanics (ASME), vol. 74, no. 4, pp. 614-627, July 2007.

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2002-2007
     Carlson R., Cappelli M. and Kardomateas G.A., ―Scatter in Small Fatigue Crack Growth‖, presented at the International
     Heli Trade Conference, 5-7 October 2004, Geneva, Switzerland.

     Birman V., Kardomateas G.A. and Simitses G.J., ―Behavior of Composite Laminates and Sandwich Panels Subject to
     Compression and Fire‖, 46th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC SDM (Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials)
     Conference, April 18-21, 2005, Austin, TX.

     Li R. and Kardomateas G.A., ―Thermal Buckling of Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes by Nonlocal Elasticity‖, IMECE-
     06, ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exhibition, November 5-10, 2006, Chicago, IL.

     Cappelli M., Carlson R. and Kardomateas G.A., ―Non-Deterministic Methods for the Evolution of Small Fatigue Crack
     Clusters‖, 48th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC SDM (Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials) Conference, April
     23-26, 2007, Honolulu, Hawaii, paper AIAA-2007-2380.

     Li R., Kardomateas, G.A. and Simitses, G.J. ―Nonlinear Response to Blast Loading of Shallow Composite Sandwich
     Shells with Compressible Cores”, IMECE-07, ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exhibition,
     November 11-15, 2007, Seattle, WA.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2002-2007
    Member of the Stability Committee of the Engineering Mechanics Division of the ASCE, 2007-present.
    Topical Organizer, Structures and Materials Committee of the Aerospace Division of the ASME, 2002-2004.
    Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME, 1988-present.
    Associate Fellow (since 1994), American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, AIAA (Member 1985-94)
    Member, American Society for Testing and Materials, ASTM, 1985-present.
    Member, American Society for Engineering Education, ASEE, 1988-present.
    Contributing Editor, International Journal of Nonlinear Mechanics, 2001-2006
    Member of the Structures and Materials Committee of the Aerospace Division of the ASME, 1996-present
    Vice-Chairman (elected), Composites Committee of the Applied Mechanics Division, ASME (American Society of
    Mechanical Engineers), 1998-2000
    Chairman (elected), Composites Committee of the Applied Mechanics Division, ASME (American Society of
    Mechanical Engineers), 2000-2002

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2002-2007
     Member, AE Undergraduate Curriculum Sub-Committee on Structures, 1989-present
     AE Faculty Honors Committe, 92-present
     Chair, AE Structural Mechanics & Material Behavior Discipline Committee, 9/92 - 2001
     Materials Council 1/1995-present.
     Honors Program Committee, since 9/00
     College of Engineering Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1998-2000 and 2004-2006

Selected Honors and Awards
    Elected Member of the Stability Committee of the Engineering Mechanics Division of the ASCE, 2007.
    Topical Organizer, Structures and Materials Committee of the Aerospace Division of the ASME, 2002-2004.
    Contributing Editor, International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics, 2001-2006
    Fellow, ASME (since 1998)
    Chairman (elected), Composites Committee of the Applied Mechanics Division, 2000-2002
    Associate Editor, AIAA Journal (1995-1998)
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Narayanan M. Komerath
   Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   B.Tech., Aeronautical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, 1978
   M.S., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1979.
   Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1982.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Graduate Research Assistant, Aerospace Engineering, 1978-1982
   Post Doctoral Fellow, Aerospace Engineering, 1982-1983
   Research Engineer II, Aerospace Engineering, 1983-1985
   Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1985-1990
   Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1990-1994
   Director, Jon Harper Wind Tunnel, School of Aerospace Engineering, 1990 - present
   Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1994-present

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Consultant, Lockheed-Georgia Company, Marietta, GA., November 1985 - Dec. 1987.
   Technical Advisor, Global Consultants, Inc., Alexandria, VA, Feb. '92 - 95.
   Consultant, Southwire, Inc., Carrolton, GA, March '92 - 94.
   Consultant, NCR Corp, Duluth, GA, April - July 1992.
   Consultant, Law Engineering, Atlanta, GA, July '92.
   Consultant, Thompson-Leeds, Inc., New York, 1992. Area: Aerodynamics.

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
    "Spatial Cross-Correlation Velocimeter". Komerath, N.M., and Fawcett, P.A., U.S. Patent No. 5,249,238, Sept. 1993.
    "Wind-Driven Dynamic Manipulator". Magill, J.C. and Komerath, N.M.,. U.S. Patent 5,345,818, September 1994.
    ―Stagnation Point Vortex Controller‖. Komerath, N.M., Darden, L.A., Peterson, K.G., Magill, J.C.,. U.S. Patent
    5,794,887, August 1998

Selected Publications: 1998-2002
    Affes, H., Xioa, Z., Conlisk, A.T., Kim, J.M. and Komerath, N.M., ―Model for Tip Vortex-Airframe Interaction part 3:
    Viscous Flow on Airframe,‖ AIAA Journal, Vol.36, No. 3, pp. 409-415, Mar. 1998..

    Caradonna, F., Henley, E., Silva, M., Huang, S., Komerath, N.M., Reddy, U., Mahalingam, R., Funk, R., Wong, O.,
    Ames, R., Darden, L., Villareal, L. and Gregory, J., ―Performance Measurements and Wake Characteristics of a Model
    Rotor in Axial Flight,‖ AHS Journal, Oct. 1999.

    Komerath, N.M., Smith, M.J.and Bodo, B., ―Learning Across Disciplines: Aerospace Digital Library,‖ Session 2793,
    Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO, June 2000.

    Komerath, N.M., ―Design Centered Introduction: 3-Year ExperienceWith the Gateway to the Aerospace Digital
    Library,‖ Session 2225, Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO, June 2000.

    Komerath, N.M., ―Knowledge Management Techniques in Experimental Projectsz,‖ Session 1426, Proceedings of the
    ASEE Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM, June 2001.

    Smith, M.J., and Komerath, N.M., Aerospace Engineering: Integrator for Cross-Disciplinary Learning,‖ Session 3202,
    Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM, June 2001.

    Komerath, N.M., ―Undergraduate Research Participation in the Experimental Aerodynamics Grou,‖ Session 2526,
    Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM, June 2001.

    Ames, R.G., Wong, O. and Komerath, N.M., ―On the Flowfield and Forces Generated by a Flapping Rectangular Wing
    at Low Reynolds Number Aerodynamics of Fixed and Flapping Wings,‖ AIAA Progress in the Aerospace Sciences
    Series, 2001
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Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 1998-2002
    Matos, C. A., Mahalingam, R., Ottinger, G., Klapper, J., Funk, R. B., and Komerath, N.M., ―Wind Tunnel
    Measurements of Parafoil Geometry Aerodynamics,‖ AIAA Paper 98-0606, 36th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting ,
    January 1998, Reno, NV.

    Wanis, S., Akovenko, J., Cofer,T., Ames, R.G. and Komerath, N.M., ―Acoustic Shaping in Microgravity,‖.AIAA Paper
    98-1065, 36th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, NV, January 1998.

    Komerath, N.M., ―Design-Centered Freshman Introduction to Aerospace Engineering,‖ Proceedings of the ASEE Annual
    Meeting, Session 1202, Seattle, WA, June 1998.

    Komerath, N.M., ―Experiments on Rotary Wing Flows,‖ Invited Paper, International Congress on Industrial and Applied
    Mathematics, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 1999.

    Ames, R.G., Wong, O. and Komerath, N.M., ―Flowfield Characteristics of a Rectangular Wing Flapping at High
    Frequency and Low Reynolds Number,‖ Proceedings of the AHS Aeromechanics Specialists Meeting, Atlanta, GA,
    November 2000.

    Ames, R.G., ―Prophanger Performance Analysis for UAV Missions‖ (2000) Proceedings of the AHS Aeromechanics
    Specialists Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 2000.

     Komerath, N.M., Matos, C.A. and Reddy, U.C., ―Flowfield Issues Related to Tiltrotors,” Proceedings of the AHS
    Specialists Meeting on Tiltrotor Aircraft Design, Arlington, Texas, March 2001.

    Smith, M.J., Komerath, N.M., Pearson, J. and Ames, R.G., ―Performance Analysis of a Wing With Multiple Winglets,‖
    AIAA Paper 01-2407 Applied Aerodynamics Meeting, Anaheim, CA, June 2001.

    Komerath, N.M. and Ganesh, A.B., (2001) ―Electromagnetic Construction of a 1km-Radius Radiation Shield in Orbit
    High Frontier,‖ Proceedings of Space Manufacturing 13.. Meeting of The Space Society, Inc., Princeton, NJ, May 2001

Professional Service and Development Activities: 1998-2002
    American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, Associate Fellow.
    Sigma Xi, The Research Society, Member, 1980 – present.
    American Society for Engineering Education, 1993- present.

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 1998-2002
     College of Engg. Committee on Enhancing the Undergraduate Student Experience, 2000-2001
     COE Task Force on the Freshman Mentoring Program, Summer 2001
     GIT Task Force on the Global Learning Center, Fall 2001 – Winter 2002.
     Institute RPT Committee, 2000-2001.
    Director, NSF FAST (Financial Aid for Success in Technology) Program at GIT, Oct.2001– present.

Selected Honors and Awards
    NSF: Leadership in Laboratory Development Award, 1993
    Sigma Xi Research Award - Advisor an Outstanding PhD thesis at Georgia Tech, June 1993.
    Georgia Tech Faculty Research Leadership Award- Development of Graduate Research Assistants, June 1993.
    Sigma Xi Georgia Tech Faculty Best Paper Award, 1994.
    Sigma Xi Research Award - Advisor of an Outstanding PhD thesis at Georgia Tech, June 1994.
    Georgia Tech Outstanding PhD Advisor Award for 1992-1997, May 1997.
    Sigma Xi Research Award - Advisor of an Outstanding PhD thesis at Georgia Tech, May 1998.
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       Timothy C. Lieuwen
       Assistant Professor, School of Aerospace Engineering
       Degrees
       Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999
       M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997
       B.S. in Engineering, Calvin College, 1995
       Georgia Tech Experience
       Assistant Professor, School of Aerospace Engineering, 1999-present
       Selected Publications
       Lieuwen, T., McDonell, V., Petersen, E., Santavicca, D., ―Fuel Flexibility Influences on Premixed
       Combustor Blowout, Flashback, Autoignition, and Stability‖, J. Engineering Gas Turbines and Power,
       Vol. 130 (1), 2008, pp. 954-961.
       Natarajan, J., Lieuwen, T., Seitzman, J., “Laminar Flame Speeds of H 2/CO Mixtures: Effects of CO2
       Dilution, Preheat Temperature, and Pressure”, Combustion and Flame, Vol. 151 (1-2), 2007, pp. 104-119.
       Zhang, Q., Noble, B., Meyers, A., Xu, K., Lieuwen, T., “Characterization of Fuel Composition Effects in
       H2/CO/CH4 Mixtures upon Blowout”, J. Engineering Gas Turbines and Power, Vol. 129 (3), 2007, pp.688-
       695.
       Nair, S., Lieuwen, T., “Near Blowoff Dynamics of a Bluff Body Stabilized Flame”, Journal of Propulsion
       and Power, Vol. 23 (2), 2007, pp. 423-429.
       Bellows, B., Mohan, B., Forte, A., Seitzman, J., Lieuwen, T., “Flame Transfer Function Saturation
       Mechanisms in a Swirl Stabilized Combustor”, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 31, 2006.
       Hemchandra, S., Preetham, Lieuwen, T., “Response of Turbulent Premixed Flames to Harmonic Acoustic
       Forcing”, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 31, 2006.
       Bellows, B., Neumeier, Y., Lieuwen, T. “Forced Response of a Swirling, Premixed Flame to Flow
       Disturbances”, Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 22(5), 2006.
       Lieuwen, T, Mohan, S., Rajaram, R., Preetham, “Acoustic Radiation from Weakly Wrinkled Premixed
       Flames”, Combustion and Flame, Vol 144 (1-2), 2005, pp. 360-369.
       Coker, A., Neumeier, Y., Zinn, B.T., Menon, S., Lieuwen, T., “Active Instability Control Effectiveness in a
       High Pressure, Liquid Fueled Combustor”, Combustion Science and Technology, Vol. 178, 2006, pp. 1251-
       1261.
       Muruganandam, T., Nair, S., Scarborough, D., Neumeier, Y., Jagoda, J., Lieuwen, T., Seitzman, J., Zinn,
       B.T., “Active Control of Lean Blowout for Turbine Engine Combustors”, J. Propulsion and Power, Vo1.
       21(5), 2005, pp. 807-814.
       Cho, Ju Hyeong, Lieuwen, T., “Laminar Premixed Flame Response to Equivalence Ratio Oscillations”,
       Combustion and Flame., 2005, Vol. 140 (1-2), pp. 116-129
       Nair, S., Lieuwen, T., “Acoustic Detection of Blowout in Premixed Flames”, Journal of Propulsion and
       Power, Vol. 21 (1), 2005, pp. 32-39.
       Lieuwen, T., “Online Combustor Stability Margin Assessment Using Dynamic Pressure Measurements”,
       Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power., Vol. 127 (3), 2005 pp. 478-482.

       Selected Presentations
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“Turbulent Flame Speeds of H2/CO Blends”, Presented at the 8 th International Colloquium on
Environmentally Preferred Advanced Power Generation, Newport Beach, CA, 2008.
 “Laminar Flame Speeds of H2/CO/O2/He Mixtures at Elevated Pressure and Preheat Temperature”,
Presented at the 2007 Fall Technical Meeting of the Eastern States Section of the Combustion Institute,
Virginia, 2007.
“Response of Premixed Flames to Equivalence Ratio Oscillations: Non Quasi Steady Effects”, Presented at
the 2007 Fall Technical Meeting of the Eastern States Section of the Combustion Institute, Virginia, 2007.
“Key Research Needs for High Hydrogen Gas Turbine Combustion”, invited presented given at 2007
Department of Energy Workshop on Gas Turbines, Andersen, SC, 2007.
“Overview of Bluff Body Stabilization Processes”, invited presentation given at Creare Corp., NH, 2007.
 “Interaction of Bluff Body Flames with the Shear Layer under Harmonic Excitation”, presented at the
International Colloquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems, Poitiers, France, 2007.
 “Premixed Flame Response to Equivalence Ratio Perturbations”, Presented at the 43rd
AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, 2007.
“The K-H Instability of Reacting, Acoustically Excited Bluff Body Shear Layers”, Presented at the 43rd
AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Cincinnati, OH, 2007.
“Flashback in High Hydrogen Flames”, Poster presented at University Coal Research Conference,
Pittsburgh, PA, 2007.
“Spatial Distribution of Combustion Noise Sources”, Presented at the 13 th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics
Conference, Rome, Italy, 2007.
“Impacts of Hydrogen Addition on Near Lean Blowout Dynamics in a Swirling Combustor”, Presented at
the ASME-IGTI Turbo Expo, Montreal, Canada, 2007.
“Mechanisms of the Nonlinear Response of a Swirl Flame to Harmonic Excitation”, Presented at the
ASME-IGTI Turbo Expo, Montreal, Canada, 2007.
“Dynamics of Bluff Body Flames Near Blowoff”, invited presentation given at United Technologies
Research Center, Hartford, CT, May 2007.

Professional Service and Development Activities
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Member 1998-present
America Society of Mechanical Engineers, Member 1995-present
Acoustical Society of America, Member 1999-present
The Combustion Institute, Member 1998-present
―Supersonic Combustion‖ session co-organizer in 39th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Jan. 2001, Reno, NV.
―Combustion Dynamics‖ session co-organizer and co-chair in ASME-IGTI Turbo Expo, June 2001, New Orleans,
LA.
Institutional Service and Development Activities
AE Propulsion and Combustion committee
AE Lab Facilities committee
Honors and Awards
Gordon Oates Air Breathing Propulsion Award, 1999
NSF CAREER Award,
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Robert G. Loewy
Professor & William R. T. Oakes Chair of Aerospace Engineering


Degrees:
B.A.E, Aerospace Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1947
M.S., Aerospace Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948
Ph.D., Engineering Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania, 1962


Georgia Tech Experience
Wm. R. T. Oakes Professor and Chair, Aerospace Engineering, 1993-present


Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
Institute Professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1978 - 1993
Director Rotorcraft Technology Center, RPI, Troy, NY, 1982 - 1993
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, RPI, 1974 - 1978
Dean, College of Engineering & Applied Science, U. of Rochester, Rochester, NY,
        1967 - 1974
Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Sciences, U. of Rochester, Rochester, NY,
          1966-1974
Director, Space Science Center, U. of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1966-1970
Chief Scientist, U. S. Air Force (on leave from U. of Rochester), 1965 - 1966
Associate Prof. of Mechanical & Aerospace Sciences, U. of Rochester, Rochester, NY,
          1962-1965
Chief Technical Engineer, Vertol Division, Boeing Company, Phil, PA 1958 – 1962
Chief Dynamics Engineer, Vertol Aircraft Corp., 1955 – 1958
Staff Ass‘t to Head, Aeromechanics Dept., Cornell Aeronautical Lab, Ithaca, NY,
          1952-1955
Staff Stress Engineer, Piasecki Helicopter Corp. 1952-1953
Assoc. Research Engineer, Cornell Aeronautical Lab, Ithaca, NY, 1949-1952
Senior Vibrations Engineer, Glenn L. Martin Co. 


Selected Patent and Invention Disclosures
―All Electric Rotorcraft Hub and Upper Control Arrangement,‖ GT ID#2446,
         Feb. 13, 2001.

―Low Airspeed Measuring Device,‖ GT ID #2634, March 14, 2002


Selected Publications: 1998-2002
Loewy R.G., Atluri, S., Kim, T., ―Modeling of Microcrack Damaged Composite Plates Undergoing Nonlinear Bimodular
Flutter Oscillations,‖ AIAA Journal, Vol. 36, No.3, 1998.

Loewy, R.G. and Bhutani, N., ―Combined Finite Element-Transfer Matrix Method ,― Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol.
226, No. 5, pp. 1048-1052, 1999.

Loewy, R.G., ―Aircraft Avionics,‖ Encyclopedia of Physical Sciences and Technology, Third Edition, Vol. 1, Academic
Press, pp. 319-336, 2002.


Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 1998-2002




    Now Lockheed-Martin Co.
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Loewy, R.G., ―Avionics: A ‗New‘ Senior Partner in Aeronautics, ― Dryden Lecture in Research, 37th AIAA Aerospace
Sciences Meeting, Reno, NV, and published in the AIAA Journal, Vol. 37, No. 11, pp. 1337-1354, Nov. 1999.

Loewy, R.G., ―Aerospace Prospects at the Start of the 21 st Century,‖ Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the 18th Hemke
Lecture, Troy, NY, Apr. 2000.

Loewy, R.G., ―An Alternative Air Transport System,‖ University of Michigan, International Workshop on Aeroelasticity of
Rotorcraft Systems, Ann Arbor, MI,
Oct. 2001.


Professional Service and Development Activities: 1998-2008
American Helicopter Society (President 02-03, Chairman of Board 03-04)
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
American Society for Engineering Education
Board of Trustees, Member, Vertiflite Foundation (1986-present)


Institutional Service and Development Activities: 1998-2002
Visiting Committee, M.I.T. Dept. of Aeronautics and Astronautics (1997 to 2005)
NASA Rotorcraft Subcommittee, Aero-Space Technology Advisory Committee,
         (8/97 to 3/01)
National Research Council, Air Force Science and Technology Bd., (5/96 to 5/03)
National Research Council, ad hoc Comm. On Small Aircraft Transportation System
         (4/00 to 4/02)
Member, Board of Governors, Technion, Haifa, Israel (2006-present)


Selected Honors and Awards
Guggenheim Medal, AIAA, ASME, AHS (2006)
Distinguished Public Service Medal, NASA, (1983)
Exceptional Civilian Service Awards, U.S. Air Force (1966, 1975 and 1985)
Lawrence A. Sperry Award of the AIAA (1958)
Spirit of St. Louis Medal of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1996)
American Helicopter Society, Honorary Fellow (‗66), Nikolsky Memorial Lecturer (‘84)
AIAA, Honorary Fellow, (1992), Dryden Research Lecturer (99)
(AAAS ) American Association for the Advancement of Science , Fellow (1981)
Member, National Academy of Engineering
Member, Sigma Xi
Member, Sigma Gamma Tau
Member, Tau Beta Pi
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Andrew Makeev
    Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
    Engineer Researcher, Aerospace Engineering, Moscow State Technical University, 1991.
    M.S., Aerospace Engineering, University of Cincinnati, 1993.
    Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Post Doctoral Fellow, Aerospace Engineering, 1998-2000.
   Research Engineer, Aerospace Engineering, 2001.
   Senior Research Enigneer, Aerospace Engineering, 2004-2007
   Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2007-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
      Principal Engineer, Risk Assessment, Delta Air Lines, 2001-2004.

Selected Publications: 2004-2008

Journal Articles

    Ralph, C. W., Johnson, W. S, Toivonen, P., Makeev, A., and Newman J. C., Jr., ―Effect of Various Aircraft Production
    Drilling Procedures on Hole Quality,‖ International Journal of Fatigue, Vol. 28, No. 8, August 2006, pp. 943-950.

    Makeev, A., Nikishkov, Y., and Armanios, E., ―A Concept for Quantifying Equivalent Initial Flaw Size Distribution in
    Fracture Mechanics Based Life Prediction Models,‖ International Journal of Fatigue, Vol. 29, No. 1, January 2007, pp.
    141-145.

    Cross, R., Makeev, A., and Armanios, E., ―Comparison of Probabilistic Crack Growth Model Predictions,‖ Journal of
    ASTM International, Vol. 3, No. 10, 2006, www.astm.org.

    Cross, R., Makeev, A., and Armanios, E., ―Simultaneous Uncertainty Quantification of Fracture Mechanics based Life
    Prediction Model Parameters,‖ International Journal of Fatigue, Vol. 29, No. 8, August 2007, pp. 1510-1515.

    Cross, R. and Makeev, A., ―Hierarchical Probabilistic Modeling of Short-Crack Behavior in AISI 4340 Steel,‖ to appear,
    International Journal of Fatigue, 2008.

Conference Proceedings

    Makeev, A., Nikishkov, Y., Cross, R., and Armanios, E., ―Empirical Modeling Based on Neural Networks and Bayesian
    Learning,‖ Proceedings of the 45th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics & Materials
    Conference, 12th AIAA/ASME/AHS Adaptive Structures Conference, 6th AIAA Non-Deterministic Approaches
    Forum, and 5th AIAA Gossamer Spacecraft Forum, Palm Springs, CA, April 19-22, 2004.

    Makeev, A., Nikishkov, Y., and Armanios, E., ―Nondeterministic Fatigue Crack Growth Analysis Framework,‖
    Proceedings of the 8th Joint FAA/DOD/NASA Conference on Aging Aircraft, Palm Springs, CA, January 31 – February
    3, 2005.

    Makeev, A., Cross, R., and Armanios, E., ―Probabilistic Crack Growth Analysis,‖ Proceedings of the 9th Joint
    FAA/DOD/NASA Conference on Aging Aircraft, Atlanta, GA, March 6 – 9, 2006.

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2004-2008
    Makeev, A., ―Regression Analysis based on Neural Networks,‖ NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA, May
    14, 2004.
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    Makeev, A., ―Nondeterministic Approaches to Prognostic Modeling,‖ AFOSR Workshop on Damage Prognosis of
    Metallic Materials, Washington DC, June 28-30, 2004.

    Makeev, A., ―Nondeterministic Fatigue Crack Growth Analysis Framework,‖ US Army Tank and Automotive Research,
    Development, and Engineering Center, Warren, MI, February 22, 2005.

    Makeev, A., ―Nondeterministic Approaches to Prognostic Modeling,‖ Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, Marietta, GA, June
    29, 2005.

    Makeev, A., ―Using Full-Field Strain Measurements for Assessment of Mechanical Properties for Composites.‖
    NAVAIR, January 28, 2008.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2004-2008
     Member, AHS Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Subcommittee, 2006-present.
     Member, ASTM E08 Fatigue and Fracture Committee, E08.04.04 Variability, Statistics, and Probabilistic Modeling
     Task Group, 2005-present.

Selected Honors and Awards:
     Aircraft Engineering Award, Delta Air Lines, 2002.
     Aircraft Engineering Award, Delta Air Lines, 2001.
     Sigma Xi Ph.D. Thesis Research Award, Georgia Tech, 1998,
      Jefferson Goblet Student Paper Award, the AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC 37th Structures, Structural Dynamics, and
      Materials Conference, 1996.
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Suresh Menon
    Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   B. Tech., Aeronautical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India, 1976.
   M. Tech., Aeronautical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India, 1978.
   Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, University of Maryland, 1984.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1992-1996.
   Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1997-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience: 2002-2007

    Combustion Research and Flow Technology, Inc., Dublin, PA, 1999, 2005-present.
    Micro-Coating Technologies, Inc., Chamblee, GA, 2000-2002.
    General Electric Aircraft Engine Company, 2007
    BMW, Munich, 2003-2004
    Exa Corporation, 2003-2004

Selected Publications: 2002-2007

Sankaran, V. and Menon, S., ―LES of Spray Combustion in Swirling Flows,‖ Journal of Turbulence, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2002.
Stone, C. and Menon, S., ―Adaptive Swirl Control of Combustion Dynamics in Gas Turbine Combustors,‖ Proceedings of the
Combustion Institute, Vol. 29, pp. 155-160, 2002.
Sone, K. and Menon, S., ―Effect of Subgrid Modeling on the In-Cylinder Unsteady Process in a Direct Injection Engine,‖
ASME Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, Vol. 125, pp. 435-443, April 2003.
Sankaran, V. and Menon, S., ―Subgrid Combustion Modeling of 3-D Premixed Flames in the Thin-Reaction-Zone Regime,‖
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 30, pp. 575-582, 2004.
Fureby, C., Alin, N., Wikstrom, N., Menon, S., Svanstedt, N., and Persson, L., ―On Large Eddy Simulation of High Reynolds
Number Wall Bounded Flows,‖ AIAA Journal, Vol. 42, No. 3, pp. 457-469, 2004.
Sankaran, V. and Menon, S., ―LES of Scalar Mixing in Supersonic Shear Layers,‖ Proceedings of the Combustion Institute,
Vol. 30, pp. 2835-2842, 2004.
Menon, S. and Soo, J.-H., ―Simulation of Three-Dimensional Synthetic and Free Jets using Large-Eddy Lattice Boltzmann
Method,‖ Journal of Turbulence, Vol. 5, 32-47, 2004.
Menon, S., ―Acoustic-Vortex-Flame Interactions in Gas Turbine Combustors,‖ in Combustion Instabilities in Gas Turbine
Engines: Operational Experience, Fundamental Mechanisms, and Modeling, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, Vol.
210 (Eds. T. Lieuwen and V. Yang), pp. 277-314, 2005.
McDonald, B. A. and Menon, S., ―Direct Numerical Simulation of Solid Propellant Combustion in Cross-Flow,‖ Journal of
Propulsion and Power, Vol. 21, No. 5, pp. 460-469, 2005.
Eggenspieler, G. and Menon, S., ―Combustion and Emission Modeling near Lean Blow-Out In Gas Turbine Engines,‖
Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Vol. 5, No. 6, pp. 281-297, 2005.
Menon, S. and Patel, N., ―Subgrid Combustion Modeling for LES of Spray Combustion in Large-Scale Combustors,‖ AIAA
Journal, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 709--723, 2006.
Kemenov, K. and Menon, S., ―Explicit Small-Scale Velocity Simulation for High Reynolds Number Turbulent Flows,‖
Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 220, No. 1, pp. 290-311, 2006.
Kemenov, K. and Menon, S., ―Explicit Small-Scale Velocity Simulation for High Reynolds Number Turbulent Flows. II:
Non-Homogeneous Flows‖ Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 222, pp. 673-701, 2007.
El-Asrag, H. and Menon, S. "Large Eddy Simulation of Bluff-Body Stabilized Swirling Non-Premixed Flames", Proceedings
of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 31, pp. 1747-1754, 2007.
Patel, N., Kirtas, M., Sankaran, V., and Menon, S., ―Simulation of Spray Combustion in a Lean Direct Injection Combustor,‖
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 31, pp. 2327-2334, 2007.
El-Asrag, H., Menon, S, Lu, T. and C.-K. Law, ―Simulation of Soot Formation in turbulent Flame,‖ Combustion and Flame,
Vol., 150, No. 1-2, pp. 108-126, 2007.
Patel, N. and Menon, S., ―Structure of Flow Separation and Reattachment Behind an Axisymmetric Hill,‖ Journal of
Turbulence , Vol. 8:1, pp. 1-24, 2007.
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Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2002-2007

    ―Simulation of Combustion Dynamics in Gas Turbine Engines,‖ Plenary talk, Parallel CFD 2002, Kansai Science City,
    Kyoto, Japan, May 19-22, 2002.
    ―Two-Level Simulation of High-Re Turbulent Flows, Technical University Munich, May 20, 2003.
    ―Large-Eddy Simulation of Unsteady Flow in the Intake System of a BMW IC Engine, BMW, Munich, May 22, 2003.
    ―Progress Toward a LES Design-Level Simulation Tool‖, Plenary Talk, DoD HPC User Conference, Seattle, WA, June
    10 2003.
    ―A Hierarchical Simulation Methodology for Turbulent Reacting Flows,‖ 7 th US National Congress
    in Applied Mechanics, Albuquerque, NM, July 28-30, 2003.
    ―Large-Eddy Simulation of Two-Phase Combustion in Gas Turbine and Rocket Motors,‖ NASA MSFC Fluid
    Workshop, April 14, 2004.
     ―Large-Eddy Simulation of Multi-Phase Combustion under Realistic Conditions,‖ Johns Hopkins Univ, April 7, 2006.
     ―A Multi-Scale Simulation Methodology for Turbulent Combustion,‖ Swedish Defense Research
    Agency (FOI), Stockholm, November 6, 2006.
     ―Large-Eddy Simulation of Turbulent Premixed Combustion in Gas Turbine Combustors,‖ Solar Turbine, San Diego,
    CA, December 7, 2006.
    Gungor, A., Rocha, M. and Menon, S., ―Hybrid Two Level and Large-Eddy Simulation of Wall Bounded Shear Flows,‖
    Advances in Turbulence XI, Proceeding of the 11th European Turbulence Conference, Porto, Portugal, pp. 322-325, 2007.
    Menon, S., ―A Multi-Scale Simulation Methodology for Turbulent Combustion,‖ Proceedings of the
    Third European Combustion Meeting, ECM2007, Chania, Crete, April 11-13, 2007.
    Miki, K., Schulz, J. and Menon, S., ―Large-Eddy Simulation of Supersonic Plasma Flow over a Backward Facing Step,‖
    Proceedings of the Fifth Turbulent Shear Flow Phenomenon (TSFP-5), Munich, Germany, August 2007.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2002-2007

    Member, American Physical Society, 1989-present
    Associate Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2001-present
    Member, The Combustion Institute, 1992-present
    Member, Sigma Xi, 1983-present
    Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994-present
    Program Committee, Symposium (International) on Combustion, 2000-present
    Member, Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board, National Research Council Panel on AFOSR Program in
    Propulsion, 2001-2004.
    Member/Co-Chair, AFOSR Review Panel, National Research Council, 2003
    Member, DOE Panel to Review ASCI Center, University of Utah, 2003-2005

    External Reviewer for DOE, DOD (ARO, ONR, AFOSR), NSF, NASA grant proposals, States of Kentucky, Louisiana,
    California Energy related proposals
    Book Reviewer for McGraw Hill, Gordon and Breech, Edwards, Cambridge University Press publishers

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2002-2007

    Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, Aerospace Engineering, 2004-present
    Member, Fluid Dynamics and Propulsion Committees, Aerospace Engineering, 1992-present
    Member, Undergraduate Honors Committee, Aerospace Engineering, 2001-2004
    Advisory Board for Computational Science and Engineering Department, College of Computing, 2005-present
    Adjunct Faculty, GVU Center, College of Computing, 1996-present
    Member, High Performance Computing Task Force, Georgia Tech, 2005-present
    Member, Blue Skies Committee, Georgia Tech, 2002

    Developed new courses in Turbulent Combustion (AE 6412), Multi-Phase Combustion (AE 6414), Short Courses in
    Introduction to Turbulence (Pratt & Whitney, 2002), LES of Turbulent Combustion (Greece, 2004)

    PhD Committees for Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering, Mechanical, Civil and Electrical Engineering, School of
    Mathematics PhD students 1992-present
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William T. Mikolowsky, Ph.D.
    Professor of the Practice, Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   BS, Aeronautical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology; 1968
   MS, Aeronautical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology; 1970
   PhD, Aerodynamics / Applied Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology; 1972
   MS, Management, Stanford University; 1982

Georgia Tech Experience
   Visiting Associate Professor (Part Time), School of Aerospace Engineering, 2001-2006
   Professor of the Practice, School of Aerospace Engineering, 2006-present

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, Marietta, GA, Dec 77 – Aug 06
   Senior Manager, Air Mobility Systems Analysis, Reporting to
   Director, Operational Effectiveness and Systems Analysis, Jul 00 – Aug 06
   Chief Engineer, Technology Development, Reporting to VP Engineering, Feb 97 – Jul 00
   C-130J Program Director, Reporting to VP Airlift Programs , Sep 88 - Feb 97
   Director, Systems Requirements, Reporting to VP Advanced Programs, Sep 86 - Sep 88
   ATF Chief Engineer, Reporting to VP ATF Program, Dec 85 - Sep 86
   Director, Business Development, Reporting to VP Marketing, Jul 82 - Dec 85
   Manager, Engineering Systems Analysis Division, Jul 80 - Jul 82
   Manager, Operations Research Department, Apr 79 - Jul 80
   Specialist Engineer Advanced Concepts Department , Dec 77 - Apr 79
   The Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, CA, Jul 72 - Dec 77
   National Security Policy Analyst ,Washington Office, Jul 74 - Dec 77.
   Domestic Policy Analyst, Jul 72 - Jul 74
   Lockheed-Georgia Company, Marietta, GA, Jan 64 - Jul 72
   Senior Engineer, Aerodynamics, Mar 72 - Jul 72)
   Associate Aircraft Engineer, Aerodynamics (Summer 1968);
   Engineering Co-op Trainee, with assignments in fabrication, assembly, manufacturing, planning, industrial engineering, as
   well as engineering, Jan 64 - Aug 67)

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
    Disclosure of Invention, ―Aircraft Wing-Tip Detector System,‖ Lockheed-Georgia Co., 1981.

Selected Publications
    ―Combustion Instability in Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines: Parametric Study,‖ AIAA Student Journal, Vol. 7, No. 3,
    October 1969.

    ―An Experimental Investigation of a Jet Issuing from a Wing in Crossflow,‖ AIAA Journal of Aircraft, Vol. 10, No. 10,
    October 1973 (senior author).

    The Motor Vehicle Emissions and Coat Model (MOVEC): Model Description and
    Illustrative Applications, The Rand Corporation, R-1364-SD, December 1973.

    San Diego Clean Air Project: Summary Report, The Rand Corporation, R-1362-SD,
     December 1973 (co-author).

    Strategy Alternatives for Oxidant Control in the Los Angeles Air Quality Control Region,
     The Rand Corporation, R-1368-EPA, December 1973.

    A Tradeoff Model for Selecting and Evaluating Regional Air Quality Control Strategies,
    The Rand Corporation, R-1367-SD, December 1973 (senior author).

    The Regional Impacts of Near-Term Transportation Alternatives: A Case Study of Los
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    Angeles, The Rand Corporation, R-1524-SCAG, June 1974 (senior author).

    The Effectiveness of Near-Term Tactics for Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled: A Case
     Study of the Los Angeles Region, The Rand Corporation, P-5336, December 1974 (senior author), presented at the 1975
    annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board.

    The Potential of Liquid Hydrogen as Military Aircraft Fuel, The Rand Corporation,
    P-5577, February 1976 (senior author), presented at the First World Hydrogen Energy Conference.

    The Potential Role of Technology and Alternative Fuels in Alleviating Air Force Energy
      Problems, The Rand Corporation, R-1829-PR, December 1976 (contributing author)
    .
    An Evaluation of Very Large Airplanes and Alternative Fuels, The Rand Corporation,
    R-1889-AF, December 1976 (senior author).

    A Decisionmaker’s Workbook for Estimating Minimum Aerial Tanker Requirements (U), The Rand Corporation, R-2226-AF,
    March 1978.

    Advanced Civil Military Aircraft: Design Options Study, Lockheed-Georgia Company, LG80ER0006 – LG80ER0010,
    September 1980 (senior author).

    A Short History of the C-130 Hercules, AIAA Paper 2003-2746, presented at the AIAA/ICAS International Air and Space
    Symposium: The Next 100 Years, 14-17 July 2003, Dayton, Ohio.


Professional Service and Development Activities
    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Associate Fellow / Member, 1972-present.

Institutional Service and Development Activities

Selected Honors and Awards
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Stephen M. Ruffin
    Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
    B.S., Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University, 1985.
    M.S., Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1987.
    Ph.D., Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, 1993.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1993-1999.
   Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1999-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Research Engineer, Princeton Electric Propulsion Laboratory, 1985.
   Aerospace Engineer, NASA Lewis Research Center, 1986.
   Aerospace Engiener, NASA Ames Research Center, 1987-1993.
   Barron, Inc., Design and analysis of jet educators, 1995-1996.
   Visiting Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2000-2001.
   Diamond Power Inc., Analysis and testing of soot blower nozzles, 1999-2002.
   Sirius Technologies, Inc., Analysis of fuselage-mounted antenna, 2005-2007

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
    Patent: Ruffin, S.M., ―Leading Edge Channel for Enhancement of Lift/Drag Ratio and Reduction of Sonic Boom,‖
    Submitted: April, 1997, AWARDED: October 15, 2002.

    Software Disclosure, ―Numerical Aerodynamics Simulation via CARTesian Grid Techniques: NASCART-GT,‖
    February 11, 2003.

Selected Publications: 2004-2008
    Ruffin, S.M., O‘Brien, D.O., Smith, M.J., Hariharan, N., Lee, J.D., Sankar, L.N, ―Comparison of Rotor-Airframe
    Interaction Predictions Utilizing Overset and Unstructured Grid Techniques AIAA Paper 2004-0046, Jan., 2004.

    Marshall, D., and Ruffin, S.M., "A New Inviscid Wall Boundary Condition Treatment for Embedded Boundary
    Cartesian Grid Schemes,‖ AIAA Paper 2004-0583 Jan. 2004.

    Marshall, D., and Ruffin, S.M., " An Embedded Boundary Cartesian Grid Scheme for Viscous Flows using a New
    Viscous Wall Boundary Condition Treatment,‖ AIAA Paper 2004-0581 Jan. 2004.

    Duque, E., Sankar, L, Menon, S., Bauchau, O., Ruffin, S., Smith, M., Ahuja, K, Brentner, K, Long, L, Morris, P, Ghandi,
    F., ―Revolutionary Physics-Based Design Tools for Quiet Helicopters‖ AIAA Paper 2006-1068 Jan. 2006.

    Malo-Molina, F., Ruffin, S.M., ―Analysis of an Innovative Inward Turning Inlet Using an Air-JP8 Combustion Mixture
    at Mach 7,‖ AIAA Paper 2006-3041 June 2006.

    Lee, J.D., Ruffin, S.M., ―Application of a Turbulent Viscous Cartesian-Grid Methodology to Flow Fields with Rotor-
    Fuselage Interaction,‖ AIAA Paper 2007-1280, Jan. 2007.

    Lee, J.D., Ruffin, S.M., ―Development of a Turbulent Wall-Function Based Viscous Cartesian-Grid Methodology,‖
    AIAA Paper 2007-1326, Jan. 2007.

    Tu, Shuangzhang, Ruffin, S.M., "Solution Adaptive, Unstructured Cartesian-Grid Methodology for Chemically Reacting
    Flows", Submitted to Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, Feb., 2006.

    Tu, Shuangzhang, Ruffin, S.M., "Calculation of Nonequilibrium Flows Using a Solution Adaptive, Unstructured
    Cartesian-Grid Methodology", Submitted to Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, Feb. 2006.
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    Ruffin, S.M., ―The Georgia Tech Recruitment and Retention Continuum,‖ Proceedings of the ASEE Gulf-Southwest
    Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, March, 2006.

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2004-2008
    Ruffin, S.M., ―Comparison of Rotor-Airframe Interaction Predictions Utilizing Overset and Unstructured Grid
    Techniques,‖ AIAA 42nd Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, NV January 5, 2004.

    Ruffin, S.M., ―Systematic Channeling into Sloan PhD Programs,‖ A.P. Sloan Foundation Conference, November 4,
    2004.

    Ruffin, S.M., ―Development of an Embedded Boundary Cartesian Grid Methodology for Complex Geometry and
    Viscous Flow Analysis,‖ Air Force Research Lab, August 12, 2004.

    Ruffin, S.M., ―The Georgia Tech Recruitment and Retention Continuum,‖ American Society of Engineering Education
    Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, March, 2006.

    Ruffin, S.M., ―Analysis of an Innovative Inward Turning Inlet Using an Air-JP8 Combustion Mixture at Mach 7,‖ AIAA
    Fluid Dynamics Conference June 2006.

    Lee, J.D., Ruffin, S.M., ―Application of a Turbulent Viscous Cartesian-Grid Methodology to Flow Fields with Rotor-
    Fuselage Interaction,‖ AIAA Paper 2007-1280, Jan. 2007.

    Lee, J.D., Ruffin, S.M., ―Development of a Turbulent Wall-Function Based Viscous Cartesian-Grid Methodology,‖
    AIAA Paper 2007-1326, Jan. 2007.

    Ruffin, S.M. ―NASCART-GT: A Viscous Solution Adaptive Cartesian Grid Flow Solver,‖ Invited lecture and CFD
    Research Corporation, Feb., 2007.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2004-2008
     Member, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1989-present
     Reviewer, Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 1991-present
     Reviewer, Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 1991-present
     Panel Member, NAE Decadal Survey of Civil Aeronautics, Aerodynamics and Acoustics Panel, 2005-2006.


Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2004-2008
     Member, Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics Discipline Committee, 1993-present.
     Member, Undergraduate Enrollment Enhancement Committee, 1995-present.
     AE Faculty Representative, Focus Program sponsored by Georgia Tech College of Engineering, 1994-Present
     Member (Elected), Georgia Tech Honor Committee, 2003-present
     Member, COE Dean‘s Faculty Advisory Committee, 2003-present
     Member, COE Dean‘s Committee on Evaluation of Instruction (Peer Review of Teaching), 2003-2004
     Member, COE Promotion, Reappointment and Tenure Committee, 2002-present
     Seminar Director, AE Brown Bag Lunch Seminar Series, 2005-present
     Faculty Advisor, Sigma Gamma Tau
     Faculty Advisor, AE Student Advisory Committee

Selected Honors and Awards:
     Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering (GEM) Fellowship, 1984-1987.
     Nominee, Black Engineer of the Year - U.S. Black Engineer Magazine, 1991.
     NASA Superior Performance Award, 1992.
     NASA National Aerospace Plane CFD Validation Team Award, 1992.
     NASA Historically Black Colleges & Universities Research Center Team Award, 1992.
     NASA College Recruitment Award, 1993.
     AIAA Best Thermophysics Paper Award, 1993.
     CETL/Amoco Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, 1997.
     Meritor Inc. Faculty Excellence Award, 2000.
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Ryan P. Russell, Ph.D.
   Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   B.S., Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1999.
   M.S., Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 2000.
   Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 2004.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2007-present

Other Professional Positions
   Teaching Assistant, Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 2003 - 2004.
   Graduate Research Assistant, Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 1999 - 2004.
   Mission Analysis Engineer, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, 2004-2007.

Selected Publications
    Russell, R. P., Ocampo, C. A., ―Optimization of a Broad Class of Ephemeris Model Earth–Mars Cyclers,‖ Journal of
    Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 29, No. 2, 2006, pp. 354-367.

    McConaghy, T. T., Russell, R. P., Longuski, J. M., ―Towards a Standard Nomenclature for Earth-Mars Cycler
    Trajectories,‖ Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 42, No. 4, 2005, pp. 694-698.

    Russell, R. P., Ocampo, C. A., ―Global Search for Idealized Free-Return Earth-Mars Cyclers,‖ Journal of Guidance,
    Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 28, No. 2, 2005, pp. 194-208.

    Russell, R. P., Ocampo, C. A., ―Geometric Analysis of Free-Return Trajectories Following a Gravity-Assisted Flyby,‖
    Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 42, No. 1, 2005, pp. 694-698.

    Russell, R. P., Ocampo, C. A., ―Systematic Method for Constructing Earth-Mars Cyclers Using Free-Return
    Trajectories,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 27, No. 3, 2004, pp. 321-335.

    Russell, R. P., Lam, T., ―Designing Ephemeris Capture Trajectories at Europa using Unstable Periodic Orbits,‖ Journal
    of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 30, No. 2, 2007, pp. 482-491.

    Lara, M., Russell, R. P., ―On the Computation of a Science Orbit about Europa,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control, and
    Dynamics. Vol. 30, No. 1, 2007, pp. 259-263.

    Russell, R. P., ―Primer Vector Theory Applied to Global Low-Thrust Trade Studies,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control, and
    Dynamics, Vol. 30, No. 2, 2007, pp. 460-472.

    Lara, M., Russell, R.P., Villac, B. ―Classification of the Distant Stability Regions at Europa,‖ Journal of Guidance,
    Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 30, No. 2, 2007, pp. 409-418.

    Russell, R. P., ―Global Search for Planar and Three-dimensional Periodic Orbits Near Europa,‖ Journal of the
    Astronautical Sciences. Vol. 54, No. 2, 2006, pp. 199-226.

    Russell, R. P., Lara, M., ―Long-Life Lunar Repeat Ground Track Orbits,‖ Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics,
    Vol. 30, No. 4, 2007, pp. 982-993.

    Lara, M., Russell, R.P., Villac, B. ―Fast estimation of stable regions in real models,‖ Meccanica, DOI 10.1007/s11012-
    007-9060-z

Selected Presentations

    Russell, R. P., Lara, M., ―Fast Design of Repeat Ground Track Orbits in High-Fidelity Geopotentials,‖ AAS Symposium
    Honoring Byron Tapley's 50 Years of Contributions to Aerospace, Austin, TX, Feb 1, 2008.
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    Russell, R. P., Brinckerhoff, A.T., ―Elliptic Orbits around Planetary Moons,‖ Paper AAS 08-181, AAS/AIAA Space
    Flight Mechanics Meeting, Galveston, TX, Jan 2008.

    Russell, R. P., Strange N.J., ―Planetary Moon Cycler Trajectories,‖ Paper AAS 07-118, AAS/AIAA Space Flight
    Mechanics Meeting, Sedona, AZ, Jan 2007.

    Russell, R. P., Strange N.J., ―Titan-Enceladus Cycler Orbits‖, Presentation, Enceladus Focus Group Meeting Caltech,
    Pasadena, CA, Oct 8, 2006.

    Russell, R. P., Lara, M., ―Repeat Ground Track Lunar Orbits in the Full-Potential Plus Third-Body Problem,‖ Paper
    AIAA-2006-6750, AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Specialist Conference and Exhibit, Keystone, CO, Aug 2006.

    Russell, R. P., ―Primer Vector Theory Applied to Global Low-Thrust Trade Studies,‖ Paper AAS 06-156, AAS/AIAA
    Space Flight Mechanics Meeting, Tampa, FL, Jan 2006.

    Russell, R. P., Lam, T., ―Designing Capture Trajectories to Unstable Periodic Orbits around Europa,‖ Paper AAS 06-
    189, AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting, Tampa, FL, Jan 2006. (Selected for Best Paper of Conference
    Award)

    Russell, R. P., ―Global Search for Planar and Three-dimensional Periodic Orbits Near Europa,‖ Paper AAS 05-290,
    AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Specialist Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA, Aug 2005.

    Russell, R. P., Ocampo, C. A., ―Construction of Idealized Free-Return Earth-Mars Cyclers using Minimax Optimization
    and Combinatorics,‖ AAS/AIAA Spaceflight Mechanics Meeting, Maui, HI, AAS Paper 04-146, Feb 2004.

    Russell, R. P., Ocampo, C. A., ―A Geometric Analysis of Half and Full-Revolution Return Trajectories via Planetary
    Flybys,‖ AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Specialists Meeting, Big Sky, MT, AAS Paper 03-508, Aug 2003.

    Russell, R. P., Ocampo, C. A., ―A Systematic Approach for Constructing Earth-Mars Cyclers Using Direct Return
    Trajectories,‖ AAS/AIAA Spaceflight Mechanics Meeting, Ponce, Puerto Rico, AAS Paper 03-145, Feb 2003. (Selected
    for Best Paper of Conference Award)

Professional Service and Development Activities
    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Member, 1999-present.
    American Astronautics Society (AAS), Member, 1999-present.
    American Astronautics Society Technical Committee Member, 2007-present.
    Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics reviewer, 2006-present.
    Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets reviewer, 2007-present.

Selected Honors and Awards
    Best Paper Award at the AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting in Tampa, FL, Jan 2005
    Best Paper Award at the AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting, Puerto Rico, Feb 2003
    JPL Meeting and Exceeding Great Achievements (MEGA) Spot Award, Sep 2006
    NASA Tech Brief Award: ―Parallel, Global, and Pareto Optimization of Low-Thrust Trajectories‖ Apr 2006
    Member of First Place Team in 1st Global Trajectory Optimisation Competition, Fall 2006
    Lead Member of Third Place Team in 3rd Global Trajectory Optimisation Competition, Fall 2008
    JPL Prometheus Project Team Award, 2005
    JPL Mission Analysis & Engineering Team Award for JIMO, 2005
    NASA Group Achievement Award : GRACE project member, 2003
    Gathright Scholar –Top student in class at Texas A&M College of Engineering for 1997 and 1999
    Keynote Speaker, Amarillo Independent School District Baccalaureate Service, 1999
    National Collegiate Engineering Awards recipient, 1997
    National Defense Science & Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship, 1999-2003
    Graduate Student Researchers Program Fellowship, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, 2003-2005
    Deke Slayton Memorial Scholarship (National Competition by American Astronautical Society), 1999
    Texas Space Grant Fellow
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Massimo Ruzzene, Ph.D.
   Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   Laurea, Mechanical Engineering Politecnico di Torino, Torino Italy 1995.
   Ph.D., Applied Mechanicsm Politecnico di Torino, Torino Italy 1999

Georgia Tech Experience
   Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2002-2007.
   Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2007-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Visiting Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Politecnico di Milano (Italy), May-July 2007.
   Consultant Corning Corporation, 2006.
   Consultant Millennium Dynamics Corporation, 2007.
   Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Catholic University of America, Washington DC, 1999-2002.
   Graduate Research Assistant, Politecnico di Torino, 1996-1999.

Selected Publications: 2002-2008
    Gonella S., Ruzzene M., ―Multi-cell Homogenization of One-dimensional Periodic Structures‖ accepted ASME Journal
    of Vibrations and Acoustics, January 2008.

    Gonella S., Ruzzene M., ―Homogenization and Equivalent In-Plane Properties of Two-dimensional Lattices‖, accepted
    International Journal of Solids and Structures, January 2008.

    Apetre N., Ruzzene M., Hanagud S., Gopalakrishna S., ―Perturbation technique for wave propagation analysis in a
    notched beam using spectral element modeling‖, accepted JoMSS, December 2007

    Gonella S., Ruzzene M., ―Analysis of In-plane Wave Propagation In Hexagonal and Re-entrant Lattices‖ accepted
    Journal of Sound and Vibration, October 2007.

    Apetre N., Ruzzene M., Hanagud S., Gopalakrishna S., ―Spectral and Perturbation Analysis of First Order Beams with
    Notch Damage‖, Accepted ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, August 2007.

    Ruzzene M. ―Frequency/wavenumber Filtering For Improved Damage Visualization‖ Smart Materials and Structures,
    16 (2007) 2116-2129.

    Spadoni A., Ruzzene M., ―Numerical and Experimental Analysis of The Static Compliance of Chiral Truss-Core
    Airfoils‖ Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures, Vol. 2(5) pp. 965, 2007.

    Spadoni A., Ruzzene M., 2006 ―Static Aeroelastic Response of Chiral Truss-core Airfoils‖ Journal of Intelligent
    Material Systems and Structures, 5 2007.

    Choi J.Y., Ruzzene M., 2006, ―Stability Of Supercavitating Vehicles With Adaptive Cavitator‖, International Journal of
    Mechanics Volume 48, Issue 12, December 2006, Pages 1360-1370.

    Ruzzene M., Baz A., 2006, ―Dynamic Stability of Periodic Shells with Moving Loads‖ Journal of Sound and Vibration
    296 (2006) 830–844.

    Sharma V., Ruzzene M., Hanagud S. ―Perturbation Analysis of Damaged Plates‖ International Journal of Solids and
    Structures, Volume 43, Issue 16 (August 2006), pp. 4648-4672.

    Sharma V., Ruzzene M., Hanagud S. ―Damage Index Estimation in Beams and Plates Using Laser Vibrometry‖ AIAA
    Journal 2006 vol. 44, pp. 919-923.

    Ruzzene M., 2004 ―Non-axisymmetric Buckling of Stiffened Shells: Static and Dynamic Analysis.‖ Computers and
    Structures, 82, pp. 257-269.
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    Ruzzene M., Soranna F., Scarpa F., 2003 ―Wave Beaming Effects in Bi-Dimensional Cellular Structures.‖, Smart
    Materials and Structures, 12, pp. 363-372.

    Ruzzene M., Scarpa F., 2003 ―Control of Wave Propagation is Periodic Sandwich Beams.‖ Journal of Intelligent
    Materials and Structures, Vol. 14, pp. 443-453.

    Oh J., Ruzzene M., Baz A., 2002 “Passive Control of the Vibration and Sound Radiation from Submerged Shells.‖
    Journal of Vibration and Control, Vol. 8, pp. 425-449.

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2002-2008
    Piezoelectric Cellular Actuator for Frequency Based Wave Steering‖, International Conference on Multiscale Modeling
    and Simulation, Bangalore India – January 2008.

    ―An Integrated Damage Index for Structural Health Monitoring‖ - Invited Lecture - The University Of Liege, Liege
    (Belgium), October 17, 2006.

    ―Application of Chiral Structures to Morphing Airfoils‖ Invited Speaker Auxetics2006, University of Exeter, Exeter UK,
    September 2006.

    ―Simulation of Wave Propagation in Periodic Cellular Media‖, - Invited Lecture – Corning Corporation –R&D Center,
    Corning NY, May 26, 2006.

    ―Directional and Bandgap Behavior of Auxetic Lattices.‖ – Invited Lecture – Workshop on Auxetics and Related Systems
    – Poznan (Poland), June 2004.

    ―Chiral Cellular Structures for Airfoil Morphing Applications.‖ -Invited Lecture- NASA Structures and Durability
    Branch and ARL Vehicle Technology Directorate- NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton VA, December 2002.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2002-2008
    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Member, 2002-present.
    American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Member, 1999-present.
    Acoustical Society of America, 2002-present.
    Associate Editor, Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, 2007-present
    ASME Mechanics of Composites technical committee
    ASME Active Noise Control technical committee
    ASME Aerospace Materials and Structures technical committee
    Reviewer for several journals

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2002-2008
     Aerospace Chair Search Committee, 2008-present
     Academic senate, AE representative
     Member Faculty Search Committee Structural Dynamics and Aeroelasticity, 2007-present.
     Qualifying exams: Aero-acoustics, Solid Mechanics, Structures, and Structural Dynamics and Aeroelasticity.
     Member Area Review for Reappointment and Promotion January 2004.
     Member of the AE Structures Discipline Committee August 2002-Present.
     Member of the AE Structural Dynamics and Aeroelasticity Discipline Committee August 2002-Present.

Selected Honors and Awards
    Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award, 2002
    Charles H. Kaman Award for Excellence in Research – The Catholic University of America, 2002
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Joseph Homer Saleh, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering.

Degrees
   Diplôme d‘Ingénieur in Aeronautics and Astronautics, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l‘Aéronautique et de l‘Espace,
   SUPAERO, Toulouse, France June 1997
   Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 2002.
   M.A. Near Eastern Civilizations, Harvard University, June 2006

Georgia Tech Experience
   Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering, School of Aerospace Engineering, 2007-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Executive Director, Ford–MIT Alliance, 2003 – 2006
   Associate, McKinsey and Company, 2002 - 2004
   Technical consultant, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, March – September 2007

Publications
Book
     Saleh, J. H.
     ―Analyses for Durability and System Design Lifetime: A multi-disciplinary approach”
     Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Selected journal publications
Saleh, J. H., Marais, K. ―Reliability: how much is it worth? Beyond its estimation or prediction, the (net) present value of
     reliability.‖ Reliability Engineering and System Safety, Vol. 91, Issue 6, 2006, p.665–673.

Saleh, J. H. ―Perspectives in Design: the deacon’s masterpiece and the hundred-year aircraft, spacecraft, and other complex
     engineering systems.‖ Journal of Mechanical Design, Vol. 127, September 2005, p. 845–850.

Saleh, J. H., Torres-Padilla, J. P., Hastings, D., Newman, D. ―To Reduce or to Extend a Spacecraft Design Lifetime?‖ Journal
     of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 43, No. 1, 2006, p. 207–217.

Saleh, J. H., Torres-Padilla, J. P., Hastings, D., Newman, D. ―Impact of Subsystem Reliability on Spacecraft Revenue
     Generation and Present Value.‖ Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 42, No. 6, 2005, p. 1122–1129.

Saleh, J. H., Hastings, D., Newman, D. ―Spacecraft Design Lifetime.‖ Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Volume 39, No. 2,
     2002, p. 244-257.

Saleh, J. H., Lamassoure, E., Hastings, D., Newman, D. ―Flexibility and the Value of On-Orbit Servicing: A New Customer-
     Centric Perspective.‖ Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Volume 40, No. 1, 2003, p. 279–291.

Saleh, J. H. ―Are we heading towards a regional or global duopoly in the satellite manufacturing industry? Part I: The
European perspective.‖ Space Policy, Vol. 21, Issue 4, 2005, p. 277 – 285.

Saleh, J. H., Torres-Padilla, J. P., Morgan, E., Sperber, R.. ―Utilization Rates of GEO Communication Satellites: Statistical
     analysis of loading dynamics.‖ Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 43, No. 4, 2006, p. 903–909.

Shah, J. A., Saleh, J. H., Hoffman, J. A. ―Review and synthesis of considerations in architecting heterogeneous teams of
     humans and robots for optimal space exploration.‖ IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics–Part C. Vol.
     37, No. 5, 2007, p. 779–793.

Saleh, J. H., Torres-Padilla J. P. ―Beyond Cost Models: Communications Satellite Revenue Models–Integrating cost
     considerations into a value-centric mindset.‖ International Journal of Satellite Communications and Networking, Vol.
     25, Issue 1, 2007, p. 69–92.
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Jordan, N. C., Saleh, J. H., Newman, D. J. ―The Extravehicular Mobility Unit: Case Study in Requirements Evolution and the
     Need for Flexibility in the Design of Complex Systems.‖ Acta Astronautica, Vol. 59, Issue 12, 2006, pp. 1135 – 1145.

Saleh, J. H. ―Durability choice and optimal design lifetime for complex engineering systems.‖ Journal of Engineering Design,
     Vol. 19, No. 2, 2008.

Saleh, J. H. ―Flawed metrics*: satellite cost per transponder and cost per day (*for guiding design decisions).‖ IEEE Transactions on
     Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Vol. 44, No. 1, 2008.

Marais, K., Saleh, J. H., Leveson, N. G. ―Archetypes for Organizational Safety.‖ Safety Science, Vol. 44, Issue 7, 2006, pp.
     565 – 582.

Saleh, J. H., Mark, G. T., Jordan, N. C.. ―Flexibility: a multi-disciplinary literature review and a research agenda for
     designing flexible systems.― Accepted for publication in Journal of Engineering Design, May 2007.

Saleh, J. H. ―Analysis of Marginal Cost of Durability and Cost per Operational Day: A First Step Towards a Rational Choice
     of Durability.‖ Journal of Engineering Design, Vol. 19, No. 1, 2008, pp. 55 – 74.


Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 1998-2002

     Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Fractionated Spacecraft Workshop, Tactical Technology Office
          (TTO), ―Value-centric design: flexibility and reliability optimization‖ August 3-4, 2006, Colorado Springs, CO.

     Booz Allen and Hamilton—Defense. ―Real options and on-orbit servicing‖, July 19, 2003. Arlington, VA.

     Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). ―Analyzing flexibility of space systems.‖ November 7, 2000, Pasadena, CA.

      TECH-Leb 06, International Conference on Technology Development in Lebanon, ―Bridging Fault Lines: Nurturing
         Social Interaction and Economic Growth Through Partnerships Between Government, Industry, and Academia,‖
         Invited speaker and session moderator, May 20–21, 2006. Cambridge, MA.


Selected Honors and Awards
Faculty Appreciation Award, from the Technology and Policy Program at MIT
Vickie Kerrebrock Award, from the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at MIT for ―countless hours spent teaching,
advising, and mentoring students in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics‖
The 2005 Best Thesis in Technology and Policy ―for serving as Thesis Supervisor to Juan Pablo Torres Padilla‖
The 2006 Best Thesis in Technology and Policy ―for serving as Thesis Supervisor to Nicole Jordan‖
Arthur Gelb Fellowship, Spring 2000
Charles S. Draper Fellowship, 1998-99
Senior Member, AIAA, Member, ASME, IEEE
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Lakshmi Sankar
    Regents’ Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
    B.S., Aeronautical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, 1973.
    M.S., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1975.
    Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1977.

Georgia Tech Experience
    Senior Research Engineer, Aerospace Engineering, 1982-1985.
    Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1985-1992.
    Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1992-1996.
    Regents' Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1996-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
    Postdoctoral Fellow, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, 1977-1979.
    Scientist Associate, Lockheed Georgia Company, Marietta, Georgia, 1979-1982.
    Consultant, Lockheed Aeronautical Systems Company, Marietta, Georgia, 1982-present.

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
     “Blade Vortex Interaction Noise Reduction Techniques for a Rotorcraft,” Patent No. 5,588,800, 1977.

Selected Publications: 2001-2007
1. Stein, A., Niazi, S., and Sankar, L. N., "Computational Analysis of the Centrifugal Compressor Surge Control using Air
    Injection," J. Aircraft, Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 513-520, May-June 2001.

2.   Liu, Z., Russell, J. W., Sankar, L. N., and Hassan, A., "A Study of Rotor Tip Vortex Structure Alteration Techniques," J.
     Aircraft, Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 473-477, May-June 2001.

3.    Xu, G. and Sankar, L. N., ―Application of a Viscous Flow methodology to NREL Phase VI Wind Turbine,‖ To appear
     in Journal of Wind Energy, 2002.

4.   Yang, Z., Sankar, L. N., Smith, M. J., and Sankar, O., ―Recent Improvements to a Hybrid Method for Rotors in Forward
     Flight,‖ Journal of Aircraft, Vol. 39, No. 5, pp. 804-812, September-October 2002.

5.   Sahin M., Sankar L., Chandrasekhara M.S. and Tung C., "Dynamic Stall Alleviation using a Deformable Leading Edge
     Concept - A numerical Study", AIAA Journal of Aircraft, 40 (1), 2003, pp.77-85.

6.   Hariharan, N., and Sankar, L. N., "Unsteady Overset Simulation of Rotor-Airframe Interaction," Journal of Aircraft, Vol.
     40, No.4, July-Aug 2003, pp 662-675.

7.   Hariharan, N., and Sankar, L. N., "High-Order Essentially Non-oscillatory Schemes for Rotary-Wing Wake
     Computations," Journal of Aircraft, Vol. 41, No. 2, pp 258-267, March-April 2004.

8.   Tongchitpakdee, C, Benjanirat, S., Sankar, L., ―Numerical Simulation of the Aerodynamics of Horizontal Axial Wind
     Turbines Under Yawed Flow Conditions,‖ Accepted for Publication, J. of Solar Energy, 2005.

9.   Liu, Y., Sankar, L., Ahuja, K., Englar, R., Gaeta, R., ―Computational Evaluation of the Steady and Pulsed Jet Effects on
     the Performance of a Circulation Control Wing Section,‖ Accepted for Publication, AIAA Journal, 2005.

Professional Service and Development Activities:
     Member, American Helicopter Society.
     Associate Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
     Editorial Board, International Journal of Computers and Fluids, 2005-Present.
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Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2003-2007
      Member, Institute Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 1999-2004
      Chair, Institute Study-Abroad Program Sub-Committee, 2003.
      Member, College of Engineering Regents' Professor Nomination Committee, 1999-present.
      AE Undergraduate Program Coordinator, 1997-present.
      Chair, AE Academic Council, 1997-present.


Selected Honors and Awards
     Georgia Tech Award for Development of Graduate Research Assistants, 1997.
     Sigma Gamma Tau Most valuable professor Award 2005, 2006, 2007
     NASA Group Achievement Award, UH60 Airloads Workshop, June 2007
     NASA Space Act Software Release Award, 2003
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Daniel Patrick Schrage
    Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
    B.S., Genereal Engineering, USMA, West Point, NY, 1967.
    M.S., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1974.
    M.A., Business Administration, Webster University, 1975.
    D.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Washington University (St. Louis, MO), 1978.

Georgia Tech Experience
    Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1984-present.
    Director, CERT, 1986-present.
    Co-Director, ASDL, 1992 – 1997
    Director, CASE, 1997-present
    Director, IPLE Lab, 2006-present

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
    Director for Advanced Systems, U.S. Army Aviation Systems Cmd., 1982 – 1984.
    Chief, Struc. & Aeromechanics, U.S. Army Aviation Systems Cmd., 1978 – 1982.
    Acting Scientific Advisor, U.S. Army Combined Arms Ctr., 1983 (6 mos).
    Vibration and Dynamics Engr., U.S. Army Aviation Systems Cmd., 1974 – 1978.
    U.S. Army Aviator, Engineer and Field Artillery Officer U.S. Army Active Duty 1967 – 1978.
    Air Force Studies Board: Review of Air Force Research Programs, Member, 1992-1995.
    NASA Goals Sub-Committee, ASTAC, Member, 1999-present.
    NASA/FAA Aviation Safety Program Executive Committee, Member, 1999-present.
       FAA Oversight Board for the Certification Process Study, Member, 2001-present. Wills, L,

     Army Science Board, Member, 1987-1994; 2002-present.

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
        None

Selected Publications: 2003-2007
        L. Wills, S. Kannan, S. Sander, M. Guler, B. Heck, J.V.R. Prasad, D. Schrage and G. Vachtsevanos Chapter 4, “
        Prototype Open Control Platform For Reconfigurable Control Systems” Software-Enabled Control: Information
        Technology for Dynamical Systems, IEEE Press, 2003 .(Chapters refereed by SEC Technology PIs : all major
        research universities, as well as DARPA and AFRL sponsors)
        G. Vachtsevanos, F.Rufus, J.V.R. Prasad, I. Yavrucuk, D. Schrage, B. Heck, and L. Wills, Chapter 12: “An
        Intelligent Methodology For Real-Time Adaptive Mode Transitioning And Limit Avoidance Of Unmanned Aerial
        Vehicles”, Software-Enabled Control: Information Technology for Dynamical Systems, IEEE Press, 2003
        .(Chapters refereed by SEC Technology PIs : all major research universities, as well as DARPA and AFRL
        sponsors)
        DeLaurentis, D.A., Lewe, J.H., Schrage, D.P., ―Abstraction and Modeling Hypothesis for Future Transportation
        Architectures‖, Proceedings of the AIAA/ICAS International Air & Space Symposium and Exhibition (Centennial
        of Flight), Dayton, OH, July 14-17, 2003, AIAA-2003-2514 (Invited Paper)
        Johnson, E.N. and Schrage, D.P., ―The Georgia Tech Unmanned Aerial Research Vehicle: GTMax,‖ Proceedings of
        the AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference, 2003.
        Johnson, E.N. and Schrage, D.P., ―System Integration and Operation of a Research Unmanned Aerial Vehicle,‖
        AIAA Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 2004.


        Lewe, J, DeLaurentis, D., Mavris, D, and Schrage, D., ―Entity-centric Abstraction and Modeling Framework for
        Transportatin Architectures‖, Journal of Air Transportation, Vol. 11, No. 3 – 2006, Sorenson Best Paper Award
        Recipient: given for best literary & scholarly contributions air transportation
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        Schrage, D.P., ―Lessons Learned from Teaching Rotorcraft Design for Over 20 years‖, ASEE Conference, 2005

        Schrage, D.P. ―Inclusion of the Rotor Speed DOF for Substantial Increases in Advanced Rotorcraft Performance and
        Safety‖, 62nd AHS Forum, Phoenix, AZ May 2006

        Shroti, K., Gunduz, E., Schrage, D.P., et al., ―Marvin – Near Surface Methane Detection on Mars‖, IEEE Aerospace
        Conference, March 3-10, 2007, Big Sky, MT


Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2000-2007

        Schrage, D.P., ―Simultaneous Requirements, Concepts, and Technologies Trade-offs Using Robust Design
        Sensitivity Analysis‖, Keynote Speaker at the Symposium On Requirements, International Council On Systems
        Engineering (INCOSE), Hampton, Virginia, March 14, 2000.

        Schrage, D.P., ―Integrated Product/Process Development Through Robust Design Simulation‖, Keynote Speaker at
        The Huntsville Simulation Conference HSC 2000: Simulation in the New Millennium: The Practice and the Effect,
        Huntsville, Alabama, October 4-5, 2000.

        Schrage, D. P., ―Systems Integration‖, Keynote Speaker at the 1 st Rotor Korea Conference, Seoul, South Korea,
        October 2007

        Schrage, D.P., ―Performance and Aeroelastic Tradeoffs on Rotor Blade Designs‖, Keynote Speaker at the 1 st Rotor
        Korea Conference, Seoul, South Korea, October 2007.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 1998-2002
        American Helicopter Society, 1974-present.
        American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1976-present.
        American Society for Engineering Education, 1995-present.

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 1998-2002
         Reappointment, Promotion andTenure Committee, School of AE, 1998-present.
         Chair, System Design and Optimization Committee, School of AE, 1998-present.
         Chair, Faculty Search in Design Committee, School of AE, 1995-present.

Selected Honors and Awards
        AIAA Fellow, 2001.
        AHS Nikolsky Lecturer, 1999.
        AHS Fellow, 1998.
        Georgia Tech Outstanding Interdisciplinary Activities Award, 1990.
        Georgia Tech Outstanding Achievement in Research Program Development, 1988.
        Georgia Tech Outstanding Teacher, 1980-1981.
        Various Military Decorations 1969-1977.
        AIAA Young Professional Engineer Award, St. Louis Chapter, 1976.
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Marilyn J. Smith, Ph.D
       Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
          Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1994
          M. S., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1985
          B., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1985

Georgia Tech Experience
        Research Engineer II, Acoustics, Aerodynamics and Advanced Vehicle Division, 1990 – 1994.
        Senior Research Engineer, Acoustics, Aerodynamics and Advanced Vehicle Division, 1994-1997.
        Assistant Professor, School of Aerospace Engineering, 1997-2003.
        Associate Professor, School of Aerospace Engineering, 2003 – present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
       Senior Flight Test Engineer, Lockheed Aeronautical Systems Company, Marietta, Georgia, 1982-1985
       Associate Scientist, Lockheed Aeronautical Systems Company, Marietta, Georgia, 1985-1988
       Member Technical Staff III, McDonnell-Douglas Helicopter Company, Mesa, Arizona, 1988-1990

Selected Publications: 2003 - 2008
       Komerath, N. and Smith, M. J., ―Lessons from a Resource for Learning Across Disciplines,‖ Innovations – 2003: World
       Innovations in Engineering Education and Research, Ed., Aung, W., Hoffman, MHW, Jern, NW, King, RW, and Sanchez-
       Ruiz, LM, ISBN: 0974125202, iNEER, Begell House Publishing, May 2003

       Naval Studies Board, Autonomous Vehicles in Support of Naval Operations, National Academy Press, ISBN: 0309096766,
       March 2005. Contributed to two chapters.

       Shelton, A., Tomar, A., Prasad, JVR, Smith, M. J., Komerath, N., ―Active Multiple Winglets for Improved UAV
       Performance,‖ AIAA Journal of Aircraft, Vol. 43, No. 1, Jan.-Feb., 2006

       Smith, M. J., Wong, T.-C., Potsdam, M., Baeder, J., and Phansee, S., ―Evaluation of CFD to Determine Two-Dimensional
       Airfoil Characteristics for Rotorcraft Applications,‖ AHS Journal, Vol. 50, No. 1, January, 2006.

       Renaud, T., O‘Brien, D., Smith, M. and Potsdam, M., ―Evaluation Of Isolated Fuselage And Rotor-Fuselage Interaction Using
       CFD,‖ Journal of the American Helicopter Society, Vol. 51, No. 1, January, 2008.

      Shelton, A., Braman, K., Smith, M., and Menon, S., ―Improved Hybrid RANS-LES Turbulence Models for Rotorcraft,‖ in
      submission to AHS Journal, 2008.

      O‘Brien, D., M., and Smith, M. J., “Rotor-Fuselage Simulation Techniques Using Unstructured CFD Methods, ‖ in submission
      to AHS Journal, 2008

      3 more to be submitted in first half of 2008

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2003-2008
       O‘Brien, D. and Smith, M. J., ―Development of Rotor-Fuselage Unstructured Methods‖, Proceedings of the ARO International
       Aeroelasticity Workshop, Atlanta, GA, November, 2003.

       Smith, M. J., Wong, T.-C., Potsdam, M., Baeder, J., and Phansee, S., ―Evaluation of CFD to Determine Two-Dimensional
       Airfoil Characteristics for Rotorcraft Applications,‖ Proceedings of the 50th AHS Forum, Baltimore, MD, June, 2004.

      Renaud, T., O‘Brien, D., Smith, M. and Potsdam, M., ―Evaluation Of Isolated Fuselage And Rotor-Fuselage Interaction Using
      CFD,” Proceedings of the 51st AHS Forum, Baltimore, MD, June, 2004

      O‘Brien, D., M., and Smith, M. J., “Improvements in the Computational Modeling of
      Rotor/Fuselage Interaction Using Unstructured Grids,‖ Proceedings of the 61st AHS Annual Forum, Grapevine, TX, June 1-3,
      2005.
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      Shelton, A., Abras, J., Hathaway, B., Sanchez-Rocha, M., Smith, M. J. and Menon, S., ―An Investigation of the Numerical
      Prediction of Static and Dynamic Stall,‖ Proceedings of the 61st AHS Annual Forum Grapevine, TX, June 1-3, 2005.

      O‘Brien, D., M., and Smith, M. J., “Understanding The Physical Implications Of Approximate Rotor Methods Using An
      Unstructured CFD Method,‖ Proceedings of the 31st European Rotorcraft Forum, Florence, Italy, September, 2005.

      Duque, E. P. N., Sankar, L. N., Menon, S., Ruffin, S., Smith, M., Ahuja, A., Brentner, K. S., Long, L. N., Morris, P. J., and
      Gandhi, F., ―Revolutionary Physics-Based Design Tools for Quiet Helicopters,‖ AIAA-2006-1068, Aerospace Sciences Exhibit
      and Conference, Reno, NV, January 2006.

      Abras, J., Smith, M., and Bauchau, O., ―Rotor Airload Predictions Using Coupled Finite Element and Free Wake Methods‖,
      Proceedings of the 62nd AHS Annual Forum, Phoenix, AZ, May 9-11, 2006.

      Shelton, A., Braman, K., Smith, M., and Menon, S., ―Improved Hybrid RANS-LES Turbulence Models for Rotorcraft,‖
      Proceedings of the 62nd AHS Annual Forum, Phoenix, AZ, May 9-11, 2006.

      Smith, M. J., ―Advances in OVERSET Methodologies for Rotocraft Applications,‖ invited opening speaker, 8 th International
      Overset Grid Symposium, October 3-5, 2006, Houston, TX.

      Smith, M. J., ―RANS-based Fluid-Structure Interaction for Rotorcraft,‖ invited speaker, CFD/CSM Workshop on Fluid-
      Structure Interaction, Wednesday, April 11, 2007, Niceville, FL.

      Abras, J., Smith, M., ―Advances In Rotorcraft Simulations With Unstructured CFD,‖ Proceedings of the 63rd AHS Annual
      Forum, Virginia Beach, VA, May 1-3, 2007.

      Abras, J., Smith, M., ―Rotorcraft Simulations Using Unstructured CFD-CSD Coupling,‖ Proceedings of the AHS
      Aeromechanics Specialists Meeting, San Francisco, CA, January 2008.

      2 additional accepted for 2008, 2 additional submitted for 2008

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2003-2008
       Associate Fellow - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1977 – present.
       Member - American Helicopter Society, 1988 - present.
       Member, National Academies Naval Studies Board, Review of the Navy Autonomous Vehicles Program, December 2002-
       December 2004
       American Helicopter Society Aerodynamics Technical Committee
         - Member, 2001-2003
         - Deputy Forum Session Chair (3 sessions), 2004
         - Forum Session Chair (3 sessions), 2005
         - Deputy TC Chair, 2006-2007
         - TC Chair, 2007-2009
         -
Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2003-2008
       Women in Engineering Annual High School Outreach, 2001-present
       Undergraduate Enrollment Enhancement Committee
         - member, 1997-present
         - co-chair, 2006-present
       Bioengineering Committee, 2003 to 2004
       Graduate Curriculum Committee, 2004 to present
       Study Abroad Committee
         - member, 2005 to present
         - chair, 2007-2008
       Undergraduate Advisory Council, 2005 to present
       Academic Council, 2006 – present
       Search Committees
         - SDM tenure-track faculty, 2007-present
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        - AE Chair, 2008
        - OIE Director, 2008
      Discipline Chair for GITAE, Aeroelasticity & Structural Dynamics Group, incoming, 2008-2009 AY

Selected Honors and Awards
      Finalist for GTRI Outstanding Research Engineer, 1992
      GIT Women‘s Leadership Conference, Outstanding Faculty Member, 1999
      Women in Engineering, Outstanding Faculty Member, 2004
      Women in Engineering, Faculty Mentoring Award, March 2006
      NASA Group Achievement Award, UH60 Airloads Workshop, June 2007

Off-Campus Activities
Marietta High School Band –       V.P., Public Relations, 2002-2004
                                  Pit Crew for Marching Band and Winter Guard, 2001-2005;
                                  Winter Guard Chaperone, Winter 2002-2005
Volunteer for Marietta High School Winter Guard Competition, 2002-2006
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Panagiotis Tsiotras
   Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Purdue University, 1993.
   M.S., Mathematics, Purdue University, 1992.
   M.S., Aerospace Engineering, Virginia Tech, 1987.
   Eng.Dipl., Mechanical Engineering, National Technical University, Athens, Greece, 1986.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2005-present.
   Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1998-2005.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Visiting Research Fellow, INRIA, Rocquencourt, France, Nov. 2000 and Sept 2002-June 2003.
   Assistant Professor, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1994-1998.
   Post-Doctoral Fellow, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana , 1993-1994.
   Research Assistant, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 1989-1993.
   Teaching Assistant, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 1989-1991.
   Research Associate, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, 1989.
   Software Engineer, Hellenic Air Force General Command, Athens, Greece, 1987-1988.
   Graduate Assistant, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, 1986-1987.
   Engineer (IASTE exchange student), SYDKRAFT AB, Malmoe, Sweden, 1985.

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
    ―Control of Magnetic Bearing-Supported Rotors,‖ R. Bartlett, P. Tsiotras and P. Allaire,
    U.S. Patent No. 6,267,876 B1, Date Issued: July 31, 2001.
    ―An Active Safety System Using an Interactive Driving Advisor (IDA),‖ J. Lu, J., Rupp, P. Tsiotras and E. Velenis,
    (Invention Disclosure).
    ―An Active Safety Systems Using Vehicle Posture Control for Mitigating Severe Accidents,‖ J. Lu, J. Rupp, P. Tsiotras
    and E. Velenis (Invention Disclosure).
    ―A Multi-resolution Path-planning Algorithm using Wavelet Decompositions,'' P. Tsiotras, D. Jung, and E. Bakolas
    (Invention Disclosure).
    ―A Vehicle Control System for Mitigating Intersection Crashes,'' J. Lu, P. Prasad, P. Tsiotras, and E. Velenis (Invention
    Disclosure).

Selected Publications: 2005-2008
    Shen H. and Tsiotras, P., Peer-to-Peer Refueling for Circular Satellite Constellations, AIAA Journal of Guidance,
    Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 28, No. 6, pp. 1220-1230, 2005.

    Tsiotras, P. and P.-A. Bliman, ―An Exact Stability Analysis Test for Single-Parameter Polynomially-Dependent Linear
    Systems,‖ IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Vol. 51, No. 7, pp. 1161-1164, 2006.

    Dutta, A., and Tsiotras, P., ―Asynchronous Optimal Mixed P2P Satellite Refueling Strategies,‖ Journal of the
    Astronautical Sciences, Vol. 54, No. 3-4, pp. 543-565, 2006.

    Yoon, H., and Tsiotras, P., ―Spacecraft Line-of-Sight Control Using A Single-Gimbal Variable-Speed Control Moment
    Gyro,‖ AIAA Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 29, No. 6, pp. 1295-1308, 2006.

    Chaplais, F., Tsiotras, P. and Jung, D., ―Redundant Wavelet Processing on the Half-Axis with Applications to Signal
    Denoising with Small Delays: Theory and Experiments,‖ International Journal on Adaptive Control and Signal
    Processing, Vol. 20, No. 9, pp. 447-474, 2006.
    Velenis, E., and Tsiotras P., ―Minimum-Time Travel for a Vehicle with Acceleration Limits: Theoretical Analysis and
    Receding Horizon Implementation,‖ Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, (to appear).
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Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2005-2008
    ―Asynchronous Optimal Mixed P2P Satellite Refueling Strategies,‖ Malcom D. Shuster Astronautics Symposium,
    Buffalo, New York, June 2005, (invited).

    ―An Auction Algorithm for Allocating Fuel in a Satellite Constellation Using Peer-to-Peer Refueling,‖ American Control
    Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 14--16, 2006, pp. 4214-4219, (invited)

    ―Putting the Dynamics Back in Control: The IPACS Case,‖ Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
    UCLA June 9, 2006.

    ―Nonlinear Control in Aerospace -IPACS Design: Theory and Experiments,‖ Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    The University of New Mexico, Mechanical Engineering Excellence Seminar Speaker Series, February 17, 2006.

    ―Multiresolution Hierarchical Path-Planning for Small UAVs,‖ European Control Conference, Kos, Greece, July 2-5,
    2007 (invited).

    ―Putting the Dynamics Back in Control: The IPACS Design Case,‖ Dept. of Electrical, Computer and Systems
    Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, October 22, 2007.

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2005-2008
    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Associate Fellow, 1989-present
    Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Senior Member, 1990-present.
    Society of Professional Engineers of Greece, Member, 1987-present.
    13th IEEE Med. Conf. on Control and Automation, Int. Program Committee Member, 2004-2005
    AIAA Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamic, Associate Editor, 1999-2007.
    IEEE Control Systems Magazine, Associate Editor, 2003-present.
    AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Technical Committee, Member, 2008-present

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2005-2008
     AE Space Systems Faculty Search Committee, Member, 2006-present
    AE Flight Mechanics and Control Disciplinary Committee, Member, 1998-present
    AE System Design and Optimization Disciplinary Committee, Affiliated Member, 2005-present
     AE Periodic Peer Review Committee, Chairman, 2005-2006
     AE Dutton/Ducoffe Endowed Chair Faculty Search Committee, Chairman, 2004-2005.
     AE Five-Year Strategic Plan Committee, Member, 2005-2007.
     AE FMC Ph.D. Qualifying Examination Committee, Member, 1998-present.
     AE Graduate Program Committee, Member, 2003-present.
     AE Laboratory Facilities Committee, Member, 2000-present.

Selected Honors and Awards
    Associate Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2002.
    Tibetts Award for Outstanding Research, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, 1999.
    Sigma Xi, President and Visitors' Award for Excellence in Research, 1996.
    NSF CAREER Award, 1996.
    Sigma Gamma Tau, 1994.
    Phi Kappa Phi, 1993.
    Tau Beta Pi, 1991.
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Vitali V. Volovoi, Ph.D.
    Assisntant Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   University Diploma, Mechanics and Mathematics, Moscow State University, 1988.
   Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Post-Doctoral Fellow, Aerospace Engineering, 1997-2000.
   Research Engineer II, Aerospace Engineering, 2000-2005.
   Senior Research Engineer, Aerospace Engineering, 2005-2006.
   Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2006-present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Consulting, IBM Global Services, 2005-2006.
   Consultant, NASA Engineering and Safety Center, 2005


Selected Publications:
    Volovoi, V.V., Hodges, D.H., Berdichevsky V.L., and Sutyrin, V.G. ―Dynamic Dispersion Curves for Non-
    Homogenous, Anisotropic Beams with Cross-Sections of Arbitrary Geometry,‖ Journal of Sound and Vibration 115(5):
    pp. 1101–1120, 1998.

    Volovoi, V.V., Hodges, D.H., ―Theory of Anisotropic Thin-Walled Beams,‖ Journal of Applied Mechanics 67(3): pp.
    453–459, 2000.

    Volovoi, V.V., Hodges, D.H., Cesnik, C.E.S. and Popescu, B. “Assessment of Beam Modeling Methods for Rotor Blade
    Applications,” Mathematical and Computer Modelling 33(10–11): pp. 1099–1112, 2001.

    Volovoi, V.V., Hodges, D.H., “Single and Multi-Cell Composite Thin-Walled Beams,” AIAA Journal 40(5): pp. 960–
    965, 2002.

    Yu, W., Hodges, D.H., and Volovoi, V.V., “Asymptotic Generalization of Reissner-Mindlin Theory: Accurate Three-
    dimensional Recovery for Composite Shells,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 191: pp.
    5087–5109, 2002.

    Volovoi, V.V., “Modeling of System Reliability Using Petri Nets with Aging Tokens,” Reliability Engineering and
    System Safety, 84(2): pp. 149–161, 2004.

    Zhao, Y., Volovoi, V. Waters, M.H. and Mavris, D.N., “A Sequential Approach for Gas Turbine Power Plant
    Preventive Maintenance Scheduling,” Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbine and Power, 128 (4): pp. 796–805, 2006.

    Zhao, Y., Volovoi, V. Waters, M.H. and Mavris, D.N., “A Profit Based Approach for Gas Turbine Power Plant Outage
    Planning,” Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbine and Power, 1128 (4): pp. 806–814, 2006.

    Lee, J., Choi, D.-H., Volovoi, V., and Mavris, D., "An Enhancement of Constraint Feasibility in BPN Based
    Approximate Optimization", Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 196(17-20), pp. 2147–2160,
    2007

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses:

    Volovoi, V., Kavalieratos, G., Waters, M.H. and Mavris, D.N., ―Modeling the Reliability of Distribution Power Systems
    Using Petri Nets‖ 11th IEEE International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power, Lake Placid, New York,
    2004.

    Volovoi, V., ―System Reliability Modeling with Stochastic Petri Nets,‖ Tutorial, Reliability and Maintainability
    Symposium, Los Angeles, California, 2004.
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    Volovoi, V., ―Stochastic Petri Nets Modeling using SPN@,‖ Reliability and Maintainability Symposium, Newport
    Beach, California, 2006.

    Volovoi, V. ―Dynamic Approaches to System Risk and Reliability,‖ Tutorial, Reliability and Maintainability
    Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2008.



Professional Service and Development Activities:
    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Senior Member, 2000-present.
    American Society of Mechanical Engineering, Member, 2005-present


Selected Honors and Awards
    NASA Group Achievement Award, 2005
    ASME/SERAD Certificate of Merit Advisor of the Second Place Winners of Student Safety Design Award, 2007
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Mitchell L. R. Walker, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Degrees
   BSE, Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan, 1999.
   MSE, Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan, 2000.
   Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan, 2005.

Georgia Tech Experience
   Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 2005-Present.

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
   Consultant, ElectroDynamic Applications, Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2007-Present
   Consultant, American Pacific In-Space Propulsion, Niagara Falls, New York, 2006-Present
   NASA Summer Faculty Research Fellow, Cleveland, Ohio, 2005
   Graduate Research Assistant, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2001-2005.

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures
    ―High-Current Cathode for MPD Thrusters,‖ Walker, M. L. R., Invention Disclosure (GTRC ID 3461), July, 2005.

Selected Publications: 2005-2008
    Walker, M. L. R., Gallimore, A. D., ―Hall Thruster Cluster Operation with a Shared Cathode,‖ Journal of Propulsion and Power,
    Volume 23, Number 3, May 2007, pp. 528-536.

    Yano, M., Walker, M. L. R., ―Generalized Theory of Annularly-Bounded Helicon Waves,‖ Physics of Plasmas, Volume 14,
    Number 3, March 2007, pp. 033510 1-7.

    Walker, M. L. R., Gallimore, A. D., ―Performance Characteristics of a Cluster of 5-kW Laboratory Hall Thrusters,‖ Journal of
    Propulsion and Power, Volume 23, Number 1, January 2007, pp. 35-43.

    Yano, M., Walker, M. L. R., ―Plasma Ionization by Annularly-Bounded Helicon Waves,‖ Physics of Plasmas, Volume 13, Number
    6, June 2006, pp. 063501 1-5.

    Walker, M. L. R., Hofer, R. R., Gallimore, A. D., ―Ion Collection in Hall Thruster Plumes,‖ Journal of Propulsion and Power,
    Volume 22, Number 1, Jan.-Feb. 2006, pp. 205-209.

Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2005-2008
    Walker, M. L. R., ―High Thrust-to-Power Hall Thrusters,‖ Virginia Tech, February 25, 2007 – Invited.

    Palmer, D., Akinli, C., Walker, M. L. R., ―Characterization of an Annular Helicon Plasma Source‖, IEPC-2007-202, 30th
    International Electric Propulsion Conference, Florence, Italy, September 17-20, 2007.

    Akinli, C., Palmer, D., Walker, M. L. R., ―Comparison of the Theoretical and Experimental Performance of an Annular Helicon
    Plasma Source‖, IEPC-2007-0236, 30th International Electric Propulsion Conference, Florence, Italy, September 17-20, 2007.

    Yano, M., Williams, L., Walker, M. L. R. ―Design and Operation of an Annular Helicon Plasma Source‖, AIAA-2007-5309, 43rd
    Joint Propulsion Conference, Cincinnati, OH, July 8-11, 2007.

    Palmer, D., Yano, M., Beal, B., Walker, M. L. R., ―Characterization of Annular and Cylindrical Helicon Sources,‖ 9th
    International Workshop on the Interrelationship between Plasma Experiments in Laboratory and Space, Cairns, Australia, August
    5-8, 2007.

    Sharma, J., Walker, M. L. R., ―START: Utilizing Near-Earth Asteroids with Tether Technologies,‖ NASA Institute of Advanced
    Concepts, Atlanta, GA, March 7, 2007.

    Gilland, J. H., Walker, M. L. R., Pencil, E. J., "Thrust Stand for Applied Field MPD Thrusters", IEPC-2005-215, 29th
    International Electric Propulsion Conference, Princeton, NJ, Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 2005.
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Professional Service and Development Activities: 2005-2008
    Member, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, (Electric Propulsion Technical Committee)
    Member, American Society for Engineering Education
    Member, Electric Rocket Propulsion Society
    Reviewer for: Journal of Propulsion and Power, Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Journal of Physics D-Applied
        Physics, Journal of Plasma Sources Science and Technology, Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, Plasma
        Physics and Controlled Fusion, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Review of Scientific Instruments, and 2008
        AIAA Joint Propulsion Conference Abstracts

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2002-2005
     Member, UG Enrollment Enhancement Committee, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
     Member, Laboratory Facilities Committee, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
     Member, Propulsion and Combustion Committee, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
     Member, System Design & Optimization Discipline Committee, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of
         Technology
     Member, Space Systems Search Committee, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
     Member, Chair Search Committee, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

Selected Honors and Awards
    Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Program Award, 2006
    NASA Summer Faculty Research Fellow, Glenn Research Center, 2005
    Class of 1969 Teaching Fellow, 2005
    Arnold M. Kuethe Aerospace Engineering Fellowship, 2004
    Michigan Space Grant Consortium Graduate Fellowship, 2001, 2003
    Rackham Merit Fellowship, University of Michigan (NSF sponsored), 2000
    Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering (GEM) Fellowship, 1999
    Aerospace Engineering Distinguished Achievement Award, University of Michigan, 1998
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Ben T. Zinn
David S. Lewis, Jr., Chair of Aerospace Engineering and Regents‘ Professor
Joint appointment – The George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

Degrees
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, New York University, 1961
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 1962
M.A., Aerospace Engineering and M. Sci., Princeton University, 1963
Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering and M. Sci., Princeton University, 1965

Georgia Tech Experience
Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1965-1967
Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1967-1970
Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1970-1973
Regents‘ Professor, Aerospace Engineering, 1973- Present

Other Professional Positions and Consulting Experience
Consultant, Lockheed Georgia Research Laboratories
Consultant, Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California
Consultant, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Orlando, FL
Consultant, Pratt & Whitney, West Palm Beach, FL

Selected Patents and Invention Disclosures (partial list)
United States Patent No. 6,732,515, ―Traveling Wave Thermo Acoustic Engine with Internal Combustion‖, June 11, 2004,
co-inventor Nathan Weiland.
United States Patent No. 6,868,673 B2, "Traveling-Wave Thermoacoustic Engines with Internal Combustion and Associated
Methods," co-inventor Nate Weiland, et. al, Atlanta, GA., March 20, 2005.
United States Patent No. 7,089,746, ―System & Method for Detection of Blow- Out Precourses in Combustors‖, August 15,
2006, co-inventors Y. Neumeier, T. Lieuwen, J. Seitzman, J. Jagoda, S. Nair, R. Rajaram, M. Thumurulu, D. Scarborough, T.
O‘Connell.
United States Patent No. 7,168,949, ―Stagnation Point Reverse Flow Combustor for a Combustion System‖, January 30, 2007
co-inventors Jeff Jagoda, Jerry Seitzman, Yedidia Neumeier, Ben Ami-Hashmonay, Atlanta, GA.

Selected Publications: 2003-2008 (partial list)
―Modeling of Finite Amplitude Acoustic Waves in Closed Cavities Using the Galerkin Method,‖ co-authored with Erickson,
R., Journal Acoustical Society of America, 113 (4), Pt. 1 April, 2003
―Open Cycle Traveling Wave Thermoacoustics: Mean Temperature Difference at the Regenerator Interface,‖ co-authored
with N.T. Weiland, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 114 (5), Nov. 2003
―Active Control of Lean Blowout for Turbine Engine Combustors,‖ co-authored with T.M. Muruganandam, S. Nair, D.
Scarborough, Y. Neumeier, J. Jagoda, T. Lieuwen, and J. Seitzman, Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 21, No. 5,
September-October 2005
―Active Instability Control Effectiveness in a Liquid Fueled Combustor‖, co-authored with A. Coker, Y. Neumeier, S. Menon
and T. Lieuwen, Combustion Science and Technology, Vol. 178: pgs. 1251-1261, 2006
―Characteristics of Combustion Processes in a Stagnation Point Reverse Flow Combustor,‖ co-authored with M.K. Bobba, P.
Gopalakrishnan and J. M. Seitzman, GT2006-91217 in Proceedings of the ASME/IGTI Turbo Expo May 2006, Barcelona,
Spain, May 8-11, 2006
―Stagnation-Point Reverse-Flow Combustor Performance with Liquid Fuel Injection,‖ co-authored with J. Crane, Y.
Neumeier, J. Jagoda and J. Seitzman, GT2006-912338 in Proceedings of the ASME/IGTI Turbo Expo 2006, Barcelona,
Spain, May 8-11, 2006
―Fuel Injection Scheme for a Compact Afterburner without Flameholders‖, co-authored with S. Birmaher, P. Zeller, P.
Wirfalt and Y, Neumeier, ASME Turbo Expo 2007, Montreal, Canada, May 14-17, 2007


Selected Presentations and Keynote Addresses: 2003-2008
―Active Control of Lean Blowout for Turbine Engine Combustors‖, co-authored by T. M. Muruganandam, S. Nair, D.
Scarborough, Y. Neumeier, J. Jagoda, T. Lieuwen and J. Seitzman, 46 th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit,
Reno, Nevada, January 7-10, 2008
APPENDIX I - C. FACULTY VITAE: AEROSPACE ENGINEERING


―Measurements and Modeling of the Flow Field in an Ultra-Low Emissions Combustor‖, coauthored with P.
Gopalakrishnan, S. Undapalli, M. Bobba, V. Sankaran, S. Menon and J. Seitzman, 46 th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting
and Exhibit, Reno, Nevada, January 7-10, 2008
―Stagnation Point Reverse Flow (SPRF) Combustor‖, co-authored by Y. Neumeier, J. Seitzman, J. Jagoda, S. Menon and T.
Lieuwen, Power-Gen , Orlando, FL, November 29, 2006
―Control of Instabilities in Liquid Fueled Combustor by Modification of the Reaction Zone Using Smart Fuel Injector,‖
AIAA Joint Propulsion Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, July 11-14, 2004

Professional Service and Development Activities: 2003-2008
AIAA, Fellow,
ASME, Fellow, 1996-present
AIAA Editorial Board, AIAA book series on Progress in Aeronautics and Astronautics, Member since 2000.

Institutional Service and Development Activities: 2003-2008
Academic Advisory Council, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Chair, 1997-1998.
Chair, Propulsion and Combustion Discipline Committee, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of
Technology, 1997-1998.

Selected Honors and Awards
     Georgia Tech‘s Combustion Laboratory was named ―The Ben T. Zinn Combustion Laboratory‖ on May 18, 2006.
     Member, National Academy of Engineering, 1995.
     Director of the NASA University Institute on Aero-propulsion and Power at Georgia Tech, Ohio State and Florida
        A&M, 2002-2007.
     Holder of the honorary David S. Lewis, Jr. Chair, Georgia Institute of Technology.
     Honorary Professor, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing, People Republic of China.
     Recipient of the Westinghouse Gold Medal Award, 2005.
     Recipient of the 2005 IGTI (International Gas Turbine Institute) Scholar Award.
     Recipient of the IGTI 2005 Aircraft Engine Technology Award.
     Recipient of the AIAA Air Breathing Propulsion Award, 2003.
     Recipient of the 2002 Alfred C. Egerton Gold Medal of the Combustion Institute.
     Member of the National Research Council Committee on the Future of Air Force Propulsion, 2006.
     Represented the US on the International Committee that determined the 2025 aircraft engines emissions goals, 2006.
     Delivered the honorary Paul E. Hemke Lecture‖ at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, April, 2007.
     Delivered the honorary Fowler lecturer at Texas A & M University, February, 2004.
     Delivered the honorary ―Lichtenstein Lecture,‖ at Ohio State University, January 2006.
     Delivered the Plenary Lecture at the Annual Symposium of the Israeli Section of the Combustion Institute,
        Technion, Haifa, Israel, December, 2005.

								
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