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1 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 2013 AIAA Board of Directors Election Ballots Must Arrive by 8 April 2013

2 Letter from 2013 Elections Committee Chair Dear AIAA Member: On behalf of the Elections Committee, it is my great privilege to present our 2013 candidates for your consideration. Your participation in this year s election will help determine the direction of AIAA. Critical decisions await our leadership in almost every area of our operations. Our President, Vice Presidents and Directors are planning our way forward, and working closely with staff and members to fulfill these plans. I am continually impressed and grateful for the time and effort your elected leadership commits to the Institute and the Foundation. The Nominating Committee has assembled an outstanding slate of candidates. We urge you to carefully consider each candidate, and select those who most closely reflect your values and your vision for the future of AIAA. All of these candidates are highly qualified, and all are anxious to serve. For 2013, we will continue to vote electronically, and every member is urged to vote online via the AIAA website. We have taken several steps to make the voting process smoother and more efficient this year. In addition, all members will receive a printed Voter s Guide with information on the candidates and a reminder to vote electronically. Those who request a paper ballot for any reason will receive one. Please use the electronic voting system if possible since it reduces our costs substantially (an important factor in today s marketplace). But if you need a paper ballot, then request one from our customer service staff and you ll receive it right away. All ballots must arrive at AIAA, or be submitted online through the website, by 11:59 p.m. EDT 8 April I urge you to vote today! Thank you for your service and continued commitment to AIAA. Carol A. Cash Chair, 2013 Elections Committee AIAA Vice President for Public Policy 2

3 President-Elect industry leaders. Jim Albaugh (Honorary Fellow) AIAA s proud tradition of aerospace leadership dates back more than 80 years. We must build on this remarkable legacy and represent an increasingly diverse and dynamic membership of aerospace professionals recent graduates to retirees, and engineers, scientists, and technical professionals to educators, administrators, and Ours is a noble profession a force for good, worldwide. We push the boundaries of innovation, drive the global economy, connect people around the globe, and promote an understanding of different cultures and viewpoints. I ve been privileged to be a part of it, retiring from The Boeing Company in October after 37 years leading all facets of the business from commercial to defense, space, and security. With lawmakers focused on what to cut instead of how to grow, it s especially important to tell our story, from classrooms and boardrooms to the halls of Congress. We ve got to promote an understanding of what we do and why it s important. We ve got to inspire the next generation of aerospace professionals with big, bold ideas, advocate for investment in technology and innovation, and recognize the achievements of our members, who make our world a better place. Thirty-seven-year veteran of The Boeing Company, with extensive experience leading the commercial, defense, space, and security businesses of the integrated aerospace company. Joined Boeing in 1975 as a project engineer at its Hanford, Washington operations, and has served as: President and CEO, Boeing Commercial Airplanes; President and CEO, Boeing Integrated Defense Systems; President and CEO, Boeing Space and Communications; President, Boeing Space Transportation; and President, Rocketdyne Propulsion & Power, part of the Rockwell aerospace and defense business Boeing acquired in AIAA Honorary Fellow (2010) based on career-long contributions at the section and national levels, such as chairing the World Space Congress (2002) and AIAA SPACE Conference and Exhibition (2003). Served as a key corporate initiator of SPACE, and was program chair in Board Chairman, Aerospace Industries Association (2011); Wings Club Board of Governors (2012); member, National Academy of Engineering; Fellow, Royal Aeronautical Society; 2010 recipient, National Defense Industrial Association s Forrestal Award for leadership in preserving a strong U.S. defense industrial base; Board member, National Competitiveness Center; Board of Visitors, Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, Columbia University; 2008 recipient, Howard Hughes Memorial Award for extensive contributions to the aerospace industry; Board member, TRW Automotive; recipient, Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Semper Fidelis Award; Board of Governors Executive Committee member, Aerospace Industries Association; member, Willamette University Board of Trustees; 2001 recipient of National Defense Industrial Association Bob Hope Distinguished Citizen Award, and of the International von Karman Wings Award from the Aerospace Historical Society; Gold-and-Silver-Knight of the National Management Association, and that organization s Executive-of-the- Year in 1999; member of the American Astronautical Society, the Air Force Association, and the Washington Roundtable, and of the boards of various corporate and charitable organizations. 3

4 Vice President-Elect, Technical Activities Thomas Duerr The New Event Model (NEM) is an unprecedented transformation for AIAA. NEM will offer greater value than the current conference portfolio to Event attendees, their managers, exhibitors, and senior government sponsors and participants. I have been privileged to work with our current VP, Basil Hassan, the Technical Activities Committee (TAC), and the members to define and begin implementing this change. At the end of the term of the next VP Technical, NEM will be neither new nor a model. It is my principal responsibility and goal to institutionalize standard operating procedures for the AIAA Events to ensure enduring success. As we have emphasized in NEM-related communications, this is not solely a TAC activity. I will solicit and draw upon the best ideas within TAC and across the Institute to resolve known and unforeseen issues as we transition to AIAA Events in As I write this in late October 2012, AIAA faces significant uncertainties from a government cap on conference attendance and the imminent fiscal cliff. The impact on delivering value to AIAA members is undetermined and potentially severe. While NEM was developed in part as a reaction to evolutionary change in the environment over time, TAC would benefit from planning to mitigate or leverage sudden, disruptive change of the magnitude of current events. My secondary goal is to systematically and proactively identify and plan for disruptive change in the AIAA operating environment, to better prepare for and improve delivery of value to the membership should our basic assumptions be overturned. Over 30 years experience leading project teams in system of systems architecting, systems engineering, and analysis in National Security Space, theater ballistic missile defense, data fusion, and information assurance. The Aerospace Corporation (2006 present). Northrop Grumman Space Technology (NGST) ( ). The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) ( ). M.S., Applied Physics, The Johns Hopkins University (1986). B.S., Physics, The University of Arkansas (1981). Associate Fellow. Lifetime member (1995 present). Deputy VP Technical (2011 present): facilitated development of value model and analysis of NEM alternatives; supported annual TAC workshop addressing NEM. TAC Public Policy Coordinator ( ): organized TAC participation in annual PPC activities; developed joint TAC-PPC process for position paper generation. AIAA ITAR Working Group: developed and coordinated technical approach (2009). Technical Director, Space and Missiles Group ( ): multiple enduring Group initiatives; active in TAC and Board of Directors. Deputy Director, Space and Missiles Group ( ): active in New Initiatives Subcommittee. Missile Systems Technical Committee ( ): conference planning and 2001 student design competition. The Aerospace Corporation Performance Recognition Program Award (2010 [two], 2008, 2007). National Security Space Office Star of the Quarter (2009) and Team of the Quarter (2007, 2006). NGST Six-Sigma Green Belt (2005). The JHU/APL Special Achievement Award (2003), Meritorious Team Achievement Award (1996), and Quality Award for Outstanding Achievement (1992). Multiple letters of commendation from customers. David Riley AIAA is the world s largest technical society dedicated to the aerospace profession and serves as the world s forum for aerospace leadership. AIAA hosts multiple conferences to promote the development of advanced aerospace technology and to communicate this technology among aerospace professionals around the world. Aerospace professionals rely on AIAA to host leading-edge technical conferences to provide professional growth opportunities and to support professional recognition throughout their careers. To maintain AIAA s important technical leadership role and ensure its continued support of current and future aerospace professionals, it is paramount that AIAA hosts germane technical conferences that meet the needs of current and future aerospace professionals. As Vice President, Technical Activities, I pledge to: Ensure that the technical conferences meet or exceed the needs of the Technical Committees (TCs) as the meetings move to the new conference model Support efforts to grow the technical conferences to encompass new growth areas that benefit the membership and grow the Institute Work with the local AIAA Sections in augmenting AIAA conferences with Section-sponsored sessions or tracks Promote Young Professional activities by supporting Young Professional events and receptions, and facilitating their participation in the TCs Work to promote closer collaboration between Technical Activities and the Region and Section Activities Committee (RSAC) Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Engineering, University of Illinois (1977); Master of Engineering Management, (1990), Master of Science in Management of Technology (1993), Washington University, St. Louis. Thirtyfive years of aerospace engineering and management experience working on many different projects including the F-15, F-15 Gust Alleviation System, F-15 Integrated Flight/Fire Control, Computer Aided Technology Project, Advanced F/A-18, IRAD, C-17, A/F-X, T-45, V/STOL Enhanced Control Technology Research project, ASTOVL, JAST, JSF, proprietary programs, Active Aeroelastic Wing Program Manager, and Automated Aerial Refueling Program Manager. Member, X-29A flight test team at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center ( ). Currently Boeing program manager, Integrated Vehicle Energy Technology (INVENT) Program. AIAA member since 1977; Member, Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Technical Committee ( ), Chair ( ); Member, Technical Activities Committee Budget Policy Subcommittee ( ); Chair, Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference (1993); Judge, 1993 Annual Midwestern Student Paper Conference; Board of Directors, Director at-large ( ); Director, Engineering and Technology Management Group ( ); Director, Aerospace Sciences Group ( ); Member, AIAA Audit Committee ( , 2012 present); and St. Louis Section Advisor ( ). AIAA Sustained Service Award (2013). Chaired sessions and presented papers at numerous national conferences. Authored or co-authored 25+ technical publications, and Air Force and NASA Contractor Reports. President, University of Illinois, Department of Aeronautical Engineering Alumni Constituent Board ( ); Member, (1988 present). University of Illinois, Aerospace Engineering Distinguished Alumnus Award (1995); Boeing Silver Phantoms (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008), and Gold Award (2008). Three patents. 4

5 Vice President-Elect, Member Services Joseph Morano As Vice President, Member Services, I will once more be a hard-working, dedicated director, representing the interests of all the AIAA membership on the AIAA Board of Directors as I did for Region VI when I was their Regional Director. I will work my hardest to make sure the membership is getting their money s worth from their dues. I will convey Board information to the membership and bring forward members suggestions and comments to the Board. I will maintain continuous communications with the Regional Directors and our Technical and Standing Committees. Through this interaction we will enhance the value of AIAA membership. I hope to expand those areas that represent the most promise and correct those areas that need attention. In addition, I hope to leverage the diversity of our Regions and Sections by sharing their strengths and solutions with those who can benefit from previous successes. Having served six years as Region VI Director, I m familiar with the responsibilities of this Board position. While Regional Director, I worked closely with three Member Services VPs, observing their styles and learning much from each of them. While serving as Regional Director, I have faithfully attended and actively participated in every Board of Directors, Regional Leadership Conference, and Regional and Section Activities Committee Meeting. I will build on relationships established during my tenure as a Board member with Regional Directors, Technical and Standing Committee members, various sections around the country, and the AIAA staff, with whom I have established excellent working relationships. Bachelor of Science (1978) in Aeronautical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Over 34 years in the aerospace field. Currently a Systems Engineer at The Boeing Company working on Enterprise Engineering covering engineering projects for the three major Boeing Business Units. Previously worked on proprietary programs, X-37, the International Space Station, and the Space Shuttle for Boeing and McDonnell Douglas. Lifetime Member. Associate Fellow since Member since Region VI Director ( ). Region VI Deputy Director-Evolution of Flight Committee ( ). R6 Deputy Director-Precollege Outreach Committee ( ). Orange County Section Officer and Director ( ). OCS Chair ( ). Presenter at the AIAA/SAE/ASME/ ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference ( ). Member of STEM K 12 Outreach Committee ( ). AIAA Newsletter Award, as Editor (1996). AIAA Special Service Citations (2003, 2006). Current Director of Southern California Area Council and the National Management Association (NMA) Board of Directors. President of Boeing Aerospace Leadership Chapter of NMA, (2005 and 2010). BALC Volunteer of the Year Award (2007). McDonnell Douglas Huntington Beach Management Association Board officer ( ). Certified Manager from Institute of Certified Professional Managers (2006). Board Trustee of Rensselaer Newman Foundation. Inducted as Fellow into the Institute for the Advancement of Engineering, IAE (1995). Published by the Chemical Propulsion Information Agency, CPIA. NASA Space Station Program Office Team Excellence Award. Two NASA JSC Achievement Awards. Annalisa Weigel As for so many in our industry, AIAA has played an important role in my own professional development and greatly enriched my career. My very first day as an aerospace engineering student, I joined the local AIAA student chapter. What a fantastic opportunity AIAA provided me to hone my leadership skills, participate in technical conferences, and share my passion for aerospace with other like-minded individuals. It was inspirational then, and over 20 years later, my AIAA involvement continues to be immensely rewarding on both a professional and personal basis. As VP-Elect, Member Services, I want to help our members grow both in their profession and in their passion for our industry. I believe my broad involvement to date with AIAA, from local section activities through national governance committees, gives me the experience and perspective needed to strengthen our portfolio of member services offerings. I am excited by the opportunity to serve AIAA in this volunteer position. S.B. (1994) and S.M. (1999) in Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). M.A., Science and Technology Policy, George Washington University (1998). Ph.D., Technology, Management and Policy, MIT (2002). Nearly 20 years of experience in academia and industry in aerospace systems, policy, economics, and innovation dynamics. MIT: Assistant Professor in Aeronautics & Astronautics and Engineering Systems ( ); Research Assistant ( , ). Research Associate at an investment bank covering aerospace & defense and macro strategy areas (2001, ). Engineer at Adroit Systems Inc. supporting the DoD Office of the Space Architect on studies of satellite communications, satellite operations, and launch on demand ( ). Author of over 60 journal and conference publications. Associate Fellow (2007); Institute Development Committee (2012 present); Finance Committee and Audit Committee (2011 present); Investments Subcommittee: Member (2009 present) and Chair (2011 present); Public Policy Committee: Member (2005 present) and Chair of Workforce and Education Subcommittee (2007 present); Economics Technical Committee: Member (2004 present), Vice Chair ( ), Chair ( ); National Capital Section Young Professionals Committee ( ); MIT Student Chapter: Social Chair ( ), President ( ), Advisor ( ); Region I Student Conference Chair ( ); Presenter, Panelist, Panel Chair, Session Chair for events at Inside Aerospace, SPACE, and ASM Conferences ( ). Women in Aerospace: Board of Directors ( ); Finance Committee Chair ( ). Women in Aerospace Foundation: Scholarship Chair ( ); Board of Directors (2012 present). International Astronautical Federation Young Professionals and Workforce Development Program Committee (2008 present). The National Academies: TRB Airports Cooperative Research Program Project Panel (2008 present); NRC Committee on Assessment of Impediments to Interagency Cooperation on Space and Earth Science Missions (2010). MIT Alumni Association: Fund Board Chair ( ) and Member ( ); Board of Directors ( , ); Henry B. Kane 24 Award, for exceptional service and accomplishments in fundraising for MIT (2007); Harold E. Lobdell 17 Distinguished Service Award, for sustained and deep service to the MIT Alumni Association (2004). NASA Group Achievement Award for the Middeck 0-Gravity Dynamics Experiment on STS-48 (1992). 5

6 Director At-Large (continued on next page) Neal Barlow AIAA has provided important service and critical leadership to the aerospace industry as well as to national and international governments. AIAA s current efforts must focus on continuing to develop and provide relevant leadership and service to those constituencies. Under Jim Albaugh, I believe AIAA will help guide our government s leadership to place the right priority on developing aerospace related technologies of the future. We must insist on a regulatory and commercial environment favorable to R&D and the general aerospace industry. Having just served as AIAA Vice President for Education, I believe we have made excellent strides in providing critical education activities in an austere budget environment. Our technical conferences will remain the cornerstone of who we are as an organization, but we must also insure that we are seen as the nation s and the world s most important professional body when aerospace issues are being considered. An important aspect of AIAA s mission must be its education and technical outreach activities. In partnership with our technical activities, education activities must not only focus on our professional members and college-age students, but must also partner with industry and government to motivate the next generation to embrace aerospace activities and technology. Despite a time of difficult budgets, we must not cast aside the critical technical and education activities that define AIAA. We must find better ways to leverage partnerships with other organizations and agencies that permit us to foster and support aerospace industry and education. Aerospace will be a critical technology in determining the quality of life and standard of living in the U.S. and around the world. B.S., Aeronautical Engineering, U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA, 1978); M.S., Aeronautics & Astronautics, University of Washington (1984); Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Arizona State (1994); Currently, Chair, Engineering Division (Dean of Engineering), USAFA, Vice Dean of the Faculty (Vice Provost), USAFA ( ); Permanent Professor and Head, Department of Aeronautics, USAFA ( ); Commander, Joint Area Support Group, Multi-National Forces-Iraq, Baghdad, ( ); Deputy Commander, 34th Operations Group, USAFA ( ); Commander, 94th Flying Training Squadron, USAFA ( ); Site-Commander, Ali Al Salem, Kuwait (1997); Associate Professor, USAFA ( ); Instructor Pilot Training Instructor, Command Evaluator, Instructional Program Developer, Instructor Pilot ( ). Associate Fellow; Vice President, Education ( ); Chair, SAC ( ); Deputy Director of Education, Region V ( ); Secretary, Rocky Mountain Section, Region V ( ); Vice President, AIAA Student Chapter at USAFA ( ); Member of Student Activities Committee (1995 present); Member, Education Activities Committee (2007 present); Member, Academic Affairs Committee (2007 present), Member ADCA (2001 present). Recipient, AIAA Special Service Citation (1998). Aero Propulsion Laboratory Commander s Award for Excellence in Engine Design; Distinguished Graduate, USAFA; Top Graduate in Thermodynamics and Propulsion (1978); Distinguished Graduate of Undergraduate Pilot Training; Air Training Command Award; Top Graduate from T-38 Pilot Instructor Training; Instructor Pilot of the Year; Order of Daedalians Fellow; Outstanding Military Educator (1996). Bronze Star and Legion of Merit Recipient. Steve Trejo AIAA is at a critical junction as it strives to provide the right services to the industry and membership. As Director at Large, and a member of the board, I bring the experience gained from over a 30-year career in the aerospace industry and my long association with AIAA, to help the Institute develop and implement a strategic plan that will align their products and services to the rapidly changing business environment. My current position with the Boeing Defense business provides me a comprehensive view of the dynamic business landscape, and as a member of the largest aerospace company in the world, the capability to reach back into the company when needed, to address an issue or task that may be assigned to the Director at Large. MBA, (1985) Pepperdine University, B.S. (1978), California State University, Fullerton, California Teaching Credential (1979), California State University, Fullerton. Currently, Director Field Marketing Operations for Boeing Defense Space and Security business, supporting the company s domestic field offices in their engagements with key customers. Other positions held over a 30- year career with Boeing/Rockwell were related to the country s civil space program, providing support to both of these programs in several leadership positions, from strategic planning to public relations, helping the company keep these two historic programs operational and serving the country s space interests. AIAA Associate Fellow; Member of Honors and Awards Committee (2009 present), Corporate Member Committee (2006 present); Past Member, New Technologies Committee; Program Chair, AIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition (2007, 2003); Planning Committee Member, World Space Congress (2002); Deputy Program Chair, AIAA SPACE Conference and Exposition (2003); served as Boeing Company focal responsible for the relationship between The Boeing Company and AIAA ( ). Active in the community, having served on the board of directors for both the Mexican American Opportunities Foundation (MAOF) and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) for a number of years. Also, active participant in numerous Boeing volunteer programs that provide charitable service to the community in areas of need. Currently, on the executive board for Team Science, a non-profit organization that organizes classes and workshops taught by aerospace engineers for teachers and students in the areas of math and science. Also, a member of the board of directors for the local Los Angeles chapter of the National Defense Industries Association (NDIA), a member of the Southern California Aerospace Professionals Representatives (SCAPR), and an active member of the Air Force Association (AFA). 6

7 Director At-Large (continued from previous page) Mark Whorton Active involvement in AIAA has been at the core of my professional development and has enriched my career in many ways. As Directorat-Large I will build on the experience gained through leadership at the Student Chapter, Regional, Technical Committee/Conference, and Technical Activities Committee levels to more broadly serve the Institute and work to ensure that the Institute continues to achieve the AIAA mission of serving the aerospace workforce and advancing the state of the aerospace disciplines. Foundational to AIAA s vision of shaping the aerospace profession is the excellence of its technical conferences. Technically rich and fiscally sound technical conferences are vital to the health of the Institute and the technological foundation of the aerospace profession. In a time of stiff economic headwinds, it is even more important to ensure that the value of Institute membership and participation remains high. As Director-at-Large, one of my primary goals will be to further develop the vitality of conferences as a means of fostering the technical excellence of the aerospace workforce, increasing Institute membership and promoting the financial health of the Institute. AIAA members represent the greatest resource to achieve our mission, and I will work to strengthen technical committee participation and coordination in developing and executing the strategies for technical advancement and financial health of the Institute. Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, The Georgia Institute of Technology; B.S. with Honors (1987) and M.S. (1989), Aerospace Engineering, The University of Alabama; 20+ years technical leadership and management at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in the areas of dynamics and control of flexible space structures and GN&C for spacecraft and the Ares I launch vehicle; Principal Investigator of an ISS vibration isolation system and a nanosatellite solar sail propulsion flight experiment; currently with Teledyne Brown Engineering, developing advanced aerospace technologies and managing a space science mission and space station payload development and operations program at NASA MSFC. AIAA TAC Strategic Technologies Committee Deputy Chair and Member, AIAA New Initiatives Subcommittee (May 2011 present); Chairman of the AIAA GN&C Technical Committee (May 2008 April 2010); Chairman of the AIAA GN&C TC Advisory Committee (April 2010 present); General Chair, AIAA GN&C Conference (August 2005); Deputy Director, Region II Young Members (May 1989 May 1991); Chairman, University of Alabama AIAA Student Chapter (August 1986 August 1987); General Chair, AIAA Region II Student Conference (1987); Session/Area/Program Chair and Student Paper Competition judge for multiple AIAA conferences. Authored or co-authored eight refereed journal articles, 50+ conference papers, multiple NASA technical papers, and two books; NASA Administrator s Fellow (2001); Distinguished Fellow of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, The University of Alabama (2003); University of Alabama Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics Industrial Advisory Board; Who s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges (1987); multiple NASA achievement awards; and one patent. 7

8 Director At-Large, International (continued on next page) David Finkleman (Fellow) As a very active member for over 50 years and a Fellow for more than 20 years, I have contributed to numerous technical committees in diverse fields from fluid mechanics and aerodynamics to space operations. I have numerous and long-standing collaborations on every continent and affiliations important to AIAA from South Africa to the Arctic and from Europe through the Mideast and Asia, including China and Russia. I am also a principal in international technical policies and standards. The Institute must sustain leadership in an increasingly competitive international environment. This means taking advantage of accomplishments in other countries, sharing our expertise and accomplishments with emerging aerospace nations, and building our capability on a worldwide foundation. I have demonstrated accomplishments in all of these. I have global academic, military, civil service, and industrial experience. I am a notable sponsor of international STEM initiatives, including the UN chartered Space Generation Advisory Council. I have participated in negotiating collaboration with sister societies overseas. I have published and presented internationally not only in purely technical venues but also in popular magazines and newspapers. I am demonstrably dedicated to strengthening the Institute s interaction and collaboration overseas and in the Americas. B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, Virginia Tech (1963), S.M., MIT, (1964), Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT (1968). Col, USAF (Ret.), culminating as Assistant Director of Laboratories. Federal Senior Executive (Ret.) with major program management and operational responsibilities, culminating as Chief Technical Officer for the United States Space Command. Associate Professor of Aeronautics, USAF Academy. Senior Scientist, Center for Space Standards and Innovation, Analytical Graphics, Inc. Convenor, Space Operations Working Group, International Organization for Standardization, and co-author of standards and best practices for all aspects of space operations and ground support internationally. Distinguished graduate of USAF Air War College, Command and Staff, and Squadron Officer schools. Lifetime Fellow; Standards Executive Council; International Affairs Committee; Past member of several TCs (Fluid Mechanics, Plasmadynamics and Lasers, Space Operations); Co-author of AIAA Best Practices and Standards (Spacecraft Mass Properties, Best Practices for Astrodynamics). Outstanding Young Engineer, Washington, DC, Metro Area (1979); Bronze Medal for Excellence in Aerospace Standardization (2011); Numerous presentations and peer-reviewed publications in diverse areas. Academician of the International Academy of Astronautics; Fellow of the International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety; Fellow of the American Astronautical Society; Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; Emeritus of Sigma Xi, the Research Society of America; Defense Distinguished Service Medal (Highest peacetime decoration); Navy Distinguished Service Medal (Highest peacetime decoration); Legion of Merit; Federal Distinguished Executive (2) and Meritorious Executive (2); Convenor, ISO Space Operations Working Group; Member, Study Group 7, International Telecommunications Union; Member, International Institute for Space Law; Associate Member, American Bar Association; Eisenhower Institute for Space and Defense; Credentialed to the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space. Shamim Rahman I am seeking a second term as Director International to continue enthusiastically supporting AIAA s strategic initiatives, working closely with the VP International and other Directors in ongoing efforts to make AIAA the World s Forum for Aerospace Leadership. AIAA s current strategic plan, the international aspects of which I helped craft, reaffirms goals of increased international engagement through individual and corporate memberships, global interchange at technical conferences and venues, and greater international representation on technical committees. International participation has remained robust at about 18% despite the global recession. Many nations are investing in aerospace technology and workforce skills for aviation, space, and R&D. AIAA should participate integrally in this international growth. During the past decade, with excellent AIAA organizational teamwork, the Institute s international activities committee has achieved strong results. These include AIAA co-sponsorship of 10 or more overseas conferences every year, several new overseas student chapters, eminent speaker exchanges, international honorees, and more than 10 bilateral memoranda of understanding to foster interchange with AIAA s sister aerospace societies in Europe, Asia, and the Americas (most recently with counterparts in China, India, and imminently Brazil). This was done largely with volunteer efforts and minimal budgets. In my view, AIAA s work ahead as a grassroots organization will be to monitor and facilitate the international exchange of ideas, knowledge, and capabilities that are essential to the advancement of the aerospace profession. As Director International, I will promote initiatives enabling AIAA s U.S. membership to remain well aware of global trends, increase international membership, and more effectively engage and collaborate with their worldwide professional counterparts. B.S., Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University (1984); M.S., Aeronautics, Caltech (1985); Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering (1997), Penn State University. Currently Associate Chief of Propulsion and Power, Engineering Directorate, NASA Johnson Space Center. Deputy Director, Engineering and Test, NASA Stennis Space Center (SSC); Manager, Rocket Propulsion Test Program, NASA; SSC Member, NASA Engineering and Safety Center (NESC); Chief Engineer, Division Chief, and previously Branch Chief, Engineering Division, Propulsion Test, NASA SSC ( ) Project Engineer, Propulsion Center, TRW Technical Staff, The Aerospace Corporation. Member since Director at-large, International ( ). Member of Houston section in Region IV; formerly of Greater New Orleans Section ( ); Co-Author on AIAA papers (1990s, 2000s). Paper reviewer for Journal of Propulsion and Power (1999, 2001). Attended AIAA conferences; notably Aerospace Sciences Meetings, and Joint Propulsion Conferences. Co- Instructor, AIAA Course on Liquid Rocket Engine Propulsion (2005, 2006). Session Chair, Joint Propulsion Conference (2000). AIAA-sponsored Student at 1982 International Astronautical Federation (IAF) annual meeting, and Awardee for IAF Best Undergraduate Student Paper (1982). NASA Exceptional Service Medal (2004). NASA SSC Guin Memorial Award (2006). NASA Group Honor Awards (2002, 2004) and Annual Performance Awards. Air Force Office of Scientific Research Graduate Traineeship (Penn State ); Aerojet Fellowship for Graduate Study (Penn State ); Millikan Graduate Fellowship (Caltech ). 8

9 Director At-Large, International (continued from previous page) Karl Rein-Weston My education includes Executive Certificates from the Sloan School of Management, MIT (USA), MSc Aeronautics and Astronautics from University of Washington (USA), BSc Aeronautical Engineering Technology from University of Loughborough (UK), and Mechanical Engineering two-year program at Natal University (South Africa). I have been an active AIAA member since 2004, chair of the AIAA Pacific Northwest section, and held several officer positions within this section of over 1200 members spanning four states. I m especially interested in ensuring that newcomers to this fascinating field of aviation realize the value AIAA can bring to their careers. AIAA fosters growth in aerospace collaboration and engagement across countries and I have developed valuable connections with active AIAA organizations, groups, symposia, and workshops in Europe. These I developed over two years as the Boeing representative to the Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research (SESAR) Industrial Support Team. In addition, my involvement with the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS) Program Committee has enhanced my international connections associated with AIAA. If selected, I will use these connections to encourage and stimulate students worldwide who are pursuing their degree and contemplating a career in aerospace to use AIAA as a primary resource. One example to accomplish this is by leveraging the power of mentoring and networking offered by industryretired AIAA members willing to share their knowledge and experiences with others. I have been interested in flight since childhood. At 16 I was flying a helicopter to manage game on our mountainous ranch in South Africa. While in England studying for a degree in aeronautics, I worked at Westland Helicopters. After getting a master s degree in 1978 from University of Washington, I joined Boeing where I have been a design engineer for 747 auto flight control systems, a consulting engineer for V-22 Osprey, a program manager for 737 and 757 avionics, 787 structural windows development, and engineering standards. I m currently involved in Boeing s Advanced Air Traffic Management and have given technical presentations at symposia and workshops in Europe, Japan, and the U.S. AIAA Associate Fellow; recognized by AIAA Pacific Northwest Section with a special citation for leadership; involved with the ICAS Program Committee and session chair for numerous ICAS conference tracks; represent AIAA on the board that annually selects the Flight Pathfinder Awards to honor pioneering achievements in flying, engineering, education, operations, manufacturing, and an at-large category. I hold three patents related to wind shear, airplane diagnostics, and maintenance processes. Most of my authored publications are within the Boeing document system. Some examples include: Engine intermix criteria for all 747 models ; Control surface coefficient design for 747 ; Modernization of the 747 autopilot and autothrottle ; and Flight Systems Technology Staff Cost Model. 9

10 Director Technical, Information Systems Group Sanjay Garg My motto is Don t let what you cannot do stand in the way of what you CAN DO. I have served AIAA with this CAN DO attitude since As Technical Program Chair for the 1993 GNC Conference, I led the program committee for a very successful conference with zero no-shows and the highest conference attendance to that date, despite being among the first to implement the No Paper, No Podium policy. I was among the first advocates of establishing the conference to showcase IT contributions to aerospace systems. When the conference was struggling for continuity, I was asked to lead the organizing committee, and served as General Chair for the very successful 2009 conference. I helped establish an organizational structure for the conference, which allowed all the Information Systems Group TCs to participate on an equal footing. I believe that for AIAA s future success, it must broaden its appeal to the emerging large community of information system technology developers who are making significant contributions to advancements in aerospace systems. The future of aerospace systems is more intelligence and greater autonomy, and the technologies covered by the Information Systems Group TCs have an important role to play in helping realize this future. As Director, I will work diligently to ensure that: 1) All the TCs in the group are in good health and making valuable contributions to AIAA s goals; 2) AIAA leadership recognizes the value of information system technologies and provides adequate forums for highlighting the contributions of this segment of the aerospace community; and 3) TC leaders work together as a group to help attract the next generation of aerospace professionals to AIAA. B. Tech, Aeronautical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India (1980); M.S., Aerospace Engineering, University of Minnesota (1982); Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Purdue University (1988); Over 20 years of experience in flight and propulsion control technology development at NASA Glenn Research Center controls engineer ( ); Chief, Controls and Dynamics Branch (1998 present). Member since 1984; Technical Activities Committee (Honors and Awards Committee Liaison, 2010 present); Academic Affairs Committee (Member, 2008 present; Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology Program Evaluator for Aerospace Engineering programs, 2010 present); Editorial Advisory Board, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics (Member, 2005 present); General Chair, 2009 Conference; Intelligent Systems Technical Committee (Chair, ; Member ; Chair of Awards Subcommittee ); Journal of Guidance, Control and Dynamics (Associate Editor, ); Technical Program Chair, 1993 Guidance Navigation and Control Conference; Guidance Navigation and Control Technical Committee (Member, Chair of Education Subcommittee, ). NASA Exceptional Service Medal (2011); NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal (1997); Team member for four NASA Group Achievement Awards (1998, 2002, 2003, 2009); Aerospace Control and Guidance Systems Committee (Member, Planning & Advisory Board, 1997 present; Co-Chair, Flight, Propulsion, and Autonomous Control Systems Subcommittee, 2009 present); Professional Advisory Board for Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota (Member, 2011 present). James Rankin AIAA is a multi-faceted organization that serves many constituencies students, industry, academia, and government, as well as international members. It also serves many disciplines such as aeronautics, astronautics, information systems, and management. While each of these has separate interests, today s world is about global impacts and multidisciplinary teams. I believe that AIAA needs to foster these interdisciplinary concepts in its products and conferences, but at the same time we need to provide venues that allow each discipline to showcase their research and design excellence. AIAA should provide a professional identity to our next generation of scientists and engineers. We also need to help them increase their professional awareness. As an organization, we must reach out to the next generation and involve them even more in our activities. It will be important that we mold our communication strategies so that we reach all members, whether it is through print materials, electronic journals, or social media. By increasing our engagement and providing value for their membership dollars, we will be able to increase our membership numbers. AIAA should adopt a flexible approach on the roles and responsibilities of the technical and program committees. The committees should be encouraged to develop creative approaches that will enhance their product offerings and provide more value to their members. AIAA has a wealth of creative members whose ideas can enhance the overall association. B.S., South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (1978); M.S. (1982) and Ph.D. (1986), Iowa State University. Currently Vice Provost for Research and Economic Development, and Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Arkansas; 23 years academic research related to avionics at Ohio University and St. Cloud State (MN); 11 years industrial experience as an avionics design engineer at Rockwell Collins. Associate Fellow (2006); Deputy Director, Information Systems Group ( ); New Initiatives Subcommittee ( ); New Event Model committee (2012); Member, Digital Avionics TC, Chair ( ); AIAA Educational Series Editorial Advisory Board ( ); Congressional Visits Day ( ); Chair (2010), Technical Co- Chair (2009); Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC): General Chair (2004), Technical Chair (2003), Track Chair (2002), Student Activities Chair (2002, 2001); DASC Executive Committee Chair ( ); Integrated Communications, Navigation, Surveillance (I-CNS) Conference Executive Board ( ); Guidance and Control Conference Session Chair (2004). Past Member, Joint Planning and Development Office for the Next Generation Air Transportation System Aircraft Working Group ( ); National Institute of Aeronautics (NIA) Survey of Small Aircraft Transportation System Research ( ); National Research Council s Decadal Survey of Civil Aeronautics (2005); IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems (AESS) Board of Governors ( ); NASA Turning Goals Into Reality (TGIR) Award for Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) (2005), Weather Information Communication (2002), Synthetic Vision Systems (2001); Certified Flight Instructor Airplane (inactive); Commercial pilot license, single and multi-engine aircraft, instrument rating; Honoree, AIAA Foundation s Dr. James M. Rankin Digital Avionics Undergraduate Scholarship. 10

11 Director Technical, Propulsion and Energy Group Jeff Hamstra (Fellow) AIAA must continue to offer cutting-edge programs and services to thrive as the aerospace profession evolves. As Director of the Propulsion and Energy Group, I will work to enhance the excellence of the Institute s products, improve membership value across the aerospace community, and forge consensus to take action on the issues we face. I have actively served AIAA for over a decade, as P&E Deputy Director for the past seven years, Technical Committee Chair, and leader of many technical and service initiatives. I am well prepared for the P&E leadership challenge. I am committed to ensuring AIAA s position as the premier aerospace professional organization. A key element of that goal is to establish the Propulsion and Energy Forum as a cornerstone of AIAA s New Event Model. We must continually improve the value of our technical conferences, develop exciting new content, reach out to new constituencies, and ensure affordable involvement by our members. We must also enhance the AIAA membership experience. I will establish opportunities for greater professional networking, develop new forms of collaboration, and increase involvement of young and underrepresented professionals. For all our initiatives, it is critical to work across boundaries to improve the Institute s products and services. As Director, I will engage with the TCs, PCs, and membership at large to provide greater value. I will also leverage my experience with industry, government, and academic partners to enhance cooperation between the P&E community and other professional societies, government organizations, universities, and corporate members. Over 28 years of experience in the aerospace industry with background in aircraft design and propulsion/power systems integration, including assignments on the F-22, F-35, and many Advanced Development Programs. Inducted as a Lockheed Martin Fellow in 2003 and Senior Fellow in Served as Propulsion Department Manager, R&D Program Manager, and Propulsion Technology Principle Investigator. B.S. and M.S. degrees in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan. Deputy Director of the Propulsion and Energy Group since Member, Technical Activities Committee. Past Chair, Air Breathing Propulsion (ABP) Technical Committee. Led Working Group that successfully expanded the ABP TC into three separate TCs. Led Working Group that developed the AIAA Public Policy Paper Versatile, Affordable Advanced Turbine Engine Program. Led P&E Group activities in support of the conference New Event Model initiative. Recipient of the ABP Chairman s Award and Best Paper award. Elected AIAA Fellow in Authored invited contributions to the Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, the Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering, and four National Academies Press publications. Member, University of Michigan AE Industry Advisory Board, ASME, and SAE International. Industry Panel Member, DoD Versatile, Affordable Advanced Turbine Engine program. Invited participant, National Academy of Engineering Frontiers of Engineering Symposium. Awarded seven patents, including four patents for technologies incorporated into the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. Recipient of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Aero Star Award (company s highest honor.) Christopher Pestak Through our conferences and technical activities, the Propulsion and Energy (P&E) Group serves as an important catalyst for the advancement of cutting-edge technologies, new processes, and wise public policies that are crucial to the future of aeronautics, space, and terrestrial energy. To remain a preeminent professional society, AIAA needs to solidify our traditional base in aeronautics and space while expanding our membership base in new areas. Energy and systems engineering are two prime areas to be tapped to grow AIAA membership, and the P&E Group is uniquely capable of facilitating this growth. Our new P&E Forum gives us an excellent platform to reach out to potential new members who we can bring into AIAA, growing our ranks and diversifying our portfolio of technical areas that are critical to the future. My experience as an aerospace professional and an active member of AIAA gives me a strong understanding of the challenges ahead and the actions AIAA must take to position the Institute for prosperity and growth. Throughout my 30-year career in aerospace, I have held numerous positions as an engineer, engineering manager, project manager, program manager, business developer, and corporate executive. Throughout my 20+ years as a member of AIAA, I have been privileged to serve in a wide range of leadership positions as a Regional Director, Section Chair, Section Officer, and Conference Chair. Specifically, I previously served as the General Chair of both JPC and IECEC the two conferences that form the foundation of the new P&E Forum. I will bring this range of experience to the job of Director of P&E to position the P&E Group and our new P&E Forum for success and future growth. BSEE (1982) and MSIE (1997), Cleveland State University. Currently a Senior Market Manager at Battelle. Throughout a 30-year aerospace career as an engineer, manager, business developer, and corporate executive, I have played important roles in successful aerospace and defense programs for NASA, DOD, and other federal agencies that encompass launch vehicles, satellites, and payloads for the Space Shuttle and the ISS. Director of AIAA Region III for two consecutive terms (May 1997 to May 2003); Four-term Chair, AIAA Northern Ohio Section (1995, 1996, 2005, 2006); General Chair, 1998 JPC; General Chair, 2008 IECEC; Member, AIAA Public Policy Committee and Space Logistics TC; Northern Ohio Section council member; Participant, Congressional Visits Day; Volunteer at AIAA Young Astronaut Day; Company liaison to AIAA Corporate Member Committee; Recipient of three AIAA Special Service Citations. Member of the U.S. National Committee of ISABE; Chaired planning committee for 16th ISABE Conference (2003); Member of the National Defense Industries Association (NDIA); Member of the International Council of System Engineering (INCOSE), active in the INCOSE Power and Energy Working Group (PEWG); Recipient of the Outstanding Volunteer Award FIRST Robotics Buckeye Regional; Recipient of East Technical High School Public Service Award. 11

12 Director Region IV Director Region V Jayant Ramakrishnan I have had the privilege of serving AIAA in various capacities, and I look forward to serving AIAA in the role of Director, Region IV. My goals include: providing guidance to our upcoming leaders and increasing the region s activities; helping the sections to better interface with AIAA headquarters including promoting members, applying for grants, and increasing community outreach (STEM); improving the membership and fiscal health of the region; and leveraging synergies between the sections and the regions. B.E. Mechanical Engineering, University of Madras, India (1981), M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Missouri-Rolla (1983), Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Missouri-Rolla (1987). Currently Chief Operating Officer, Bastion Technologies (2012 present); Vice President, ARES Corporation ( ); Vice President, Civil and Commercial Space ( ), Dynacs Inc. (Part of MacDonald Dettwiler Corp.), Chief Operating Officer ( ), Dynacs Engineering Co.; prior 13 years ( ) with Dynacs Engineering in different positions including Research Engineer, Program Manager, Director of Houston Operations, and Senior Vice President (Engineering). Associate Fellow, AIAA; continuous member since 1985; reviewer for AIAA Journal of Guidance, Navigation and Control; Session Chair, AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference; Chairman, AIAA Houston Section, ; AIAA Houston Section: Chairman of the Guidance, Navigation and Control Technical Committee, , Chairman of the Professional Development and Career Enhancement, 1996, and Chairman of the Honors and Awards Committee, 1998; AIAA Corporate Membership Committee (CMC): Member of the CMC Committee on Space and Astronautics; Recipient of the Outstanding Section Award, 2007; Recipient of the AIAA Special Service Citation Award for Exemplary Leadership, 2006; NASA Certificate of Appreciation for the Transformation of the International Space Station (ISS) to Six-Person Crew Capabilities. Invited Speaker on Commercialization NASA headquarters; Member of the Board of Directors, Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership (BAHEP); Board of Directors, Rotary National Award for Space Achievement (RNASA) Foundation; Nominator for RNASA Annual Awards; International Conference on Bond Graph Modeling Member of the International Technical Committee, 2007 and 2009; Member of the International Industrial Advisory Board, 2012; Houston Technology Council JSC Member of the Board; Member of the Growth Advisory Board Phillips and Company, Austin, TX; Authored or Co-Authored over 25 technical papers in refereed journals and conferences. Laura Richard The Regional level of AIAA serves as an advocate between the members, the sections, AIAA headquarters, and industry. After the past three years as Region V Director I understand the importance of strengthening the sections by linking Institute leadership with section leadership and encourage sections to actively develop programs that meet the unique needs and interest of their section. In addition, the Regional Director must increase the value of AIAA membership to aerospace professionals and to industry and especially focus retention of our young professionals as they are the future of our industry. As Region V Director my foremost goal will be to promote communication among all membership levels. This enhanced communication will not only include the membership as a whole, but also the region s Deputy Directors, the section officers, and industry. I believe it is important that companies realize how membership in AIAA enhances careers, increases leadership and management skills, and creates networking opportunities. As an institute it is imperative that we continue to facilitate a broader membership by including nontraditional members. B.S. (1986) Aerospace Engineering, San Diego State University, B.A. (1983) Environmental Science, University of California, Berkeley. Currently Mission Manager in the Air Force Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle Customer Program Office, Mission Manager Commercial Crew, Boeing CST-100, United Launch Alliance. Rehearsal Director, Atlas V Program, United Launch Alliance; Project Manager, Titan IV Launch Rehearsals, Lockheed Martin Corporation; Post-Flight Manager. Titan IV and Titan II, Lockheed Martin Corporation; Senior Flight Design Analyst, Lockheed Martin Corporation; Structural Design Engineer, General Dynamics Corporation. Associate Fellow (2000), Lifetime Member since Region V Director (2010 present), Membership Committee Chair ( ), Membership Committee Member at Large ( ), Young Professional Committee Chair ( ), Institute Development Committee Liaison ( ), Membership Committee Liaison ( ), Deputy Director Region V ( ). San Diego Section: Chair ( ), RAC VI Representative (1994), Vice Chair Planning ( ), Vice Chair Technical ( ), Treasurer ( ), Young Professional Chair ( ). Special Service Citation (1994), 1st Place Outstanding Section, San Diego (1994), AIAA 1st Place Membership (1994), Outstanding Member San Diego State University (1986). Lockheed Martin Space Systems Exceptional Service Award (2005), Lockheed Martin Space Systems Technical Achievement Award (2002), Outstanding Member Alpha Chi Omega, Pi Chapter (1983), Colorado Women s Golf Association, Alpha Chi Omega Alumni; Denver Chapter. 12

13 Director Region VII Luisella Giulicchi AIAA, the world s leading aerospace professional society, does not have the same level of influence and penetration internationally as in the U.S. The enormous potential of the worldwide aerospace community, in terms of resources and technical exchanges, remains largely untapped. There is a vast opportunity to increase international membership and participation in AIAA activities. AIAA s Strategic Plan clearly identifies how to strengthen AIAA and make it relevant to aerospace professionals worldwide. I am extremely motivated to realize this plan as Region VII Director, through specific international initiatives for memberships and services, collaboration with other institutes, and standardization. I also believe a new approach, to serve the international aerospace community by functional sector (e.g., aviation, space) and technical area, instead of geographic location, is warranted. My work at the European Space Agency (ESA) provides extensive experience interacting daily in an international context with space agencies, industries, research institutes, and universities. I have a worldwide network of contacts built through ESA and through participation in professional organizations: International Federation of Automatic Controls (IFAC), American Astronautical Society (AAS), International Astronautical Federation (IAF), Council of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS), and Institute of Navigation (ION). As an active member of the Guidance, Navigation and Control Technical Committee (GN&C TC) and Region VII Deputy Director, I have acquired significant knowledge of and insight into AIAA. For twenty years I have promoted aerospace activities, organizing conferences and events and editing publications. I believe the expertise I can bring to the Board of Directors will be instrumental in implementing AIAA s Strategic Plan in the International Region. I would be honored to serve as Region VII Director and help realize AIAA s mission while representing the needs and interests of its international members. M.S. (with honors), Electronic Engineering, University of Florence, Italy. M.S., Space System Engineering, University of Delft, Netherlands. Research Fellow, CERN (European Particle Physics Laboratory), Switzerland. Working at the European Space Agency in the Netherlands since Initially responsible for R&D activities concerning GN&C technologies and use of GPS for aerospace applications. Then held several technical and programmatic management positions of increasing responsibility in spacecraft project development: ESA/Roscosmos Mercury Lander study; ESA/JAXA Bepi Colombo; SMART-1; ESA/NASA LISA Pathfinder mission. Currently responsible for spacecraft system engineering for EU/ESA Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) Sentinel-1. Region VII Deputy Director (2004 present). Member GN&C TC (2001 present). Treasurer GN&C TC (2009 present). General Chair, AIAA GN&C conference (2010). Technical Program Chair, AIAA GN&C Conference (2007). Co-author of several Aerospace America articles. Editor of TC Newsletter. Chair of TC Finance committee. TC Liaison for International Activities. Technical Area and Session Chair at numerous conferences. Chair and International Program Committee member for numerous events organized by ESA, IFAC, AAS, IAF, CEAS, and ION. Invited speaker and lecturer. Author of several publications. Editor and paper reviewer for scientific journals. ESA representative in international standardization initiatives. Essam Khalil (Fellow) I have enjoyed serving as Region VII Deputy Director since 2004, and as an active member of the Thermophysics and Terrestrial Energy TCs since Throughout my association with AIAA, since 1988 as Member, 1990 as Associate Fellow, and Fellow since 2008, I have made sustained efforts to contribute through active participation at conferences and through mutually beneficial technical exchanges with researchers and engineers. AIAA products and services provide significant benefit to members and the international aerospace community, especially in Europe and Asia. Improved awareness and close coordination of these activities globally can maximize these benefits. I will encourage better awareness of the quality technical conferences AIAA offers, foster enhanced technical exchanges and collaborations to benefit the international aerospace community, and promote further international activities by AIAA. Specifically, I will focus on: Fostering international collaboration. Promoting AIAA products and services in the international market. Promoting international student and aerospace community membership in AIAA. Further enhancing networking opportunities to strengthen the aerospace community internationally. Fostering the creation of local international sections and chapters of AIAA. Promoting AIAA to strengthen its position as the premier aerospace professional organization internationally. Ensuring quality and relevance of the services AIAA provides for international members, students, and the aerospace community. Expanding on international workshops to benefit students, young professionals, and the aerospace community. B.S. (1971) and M.S. (1973), Mechanical Engineering, Cairo University; DIC (1976) and Ph.D. (1977), Imperial College of Science and Technology, London University, U.K. Currently Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Cairo University, since June Over 42 years of experience in design and simulation of combustion chambers for terrestrial and aerospace applications. Published over 515 papers in journals and conference proceedings on combustion, energy, and indoor air quality control. Developed and delivered advanced courses in heat transfer, gas turbine combustors, and terrestrial energy. Region VII Deputy Director (2004 present), focusing on increasing AIAA international cooperation with peer societies, academia, and aerospace professionals. Member, Thermophysics TC ( ); Member, Terrestrial Energy TC ( and ); and Member of the Steering Committee, International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (IECEC). Technical Chair IECEC Assisted with co-sponsorship of IECEC by the Egyptian Society of Mechanical Engineers. Member International Activities Committee since Best Paper Award from AIAA Terrestrial Energy TC (2005 and 2008), Energy Systems Award 2010, Sustained Services Award Fellow ASME; Authorized Instructor ASME and TUV. Convenor ISO TC205WG2 on Energy Efficiency; Member ISO TC163; Co Convenor ISO TC163 WG4; Fellow ASHRAE; Distinguished Lecturer ASHRAE; Nominating Member, Region-at-Large, ASHRAE. Distinguished Services Award ASHRAE 2010 and Sub Region A Chair Outstanding Achievement in Science Award, Cairo University (2005, 2006). ASME George Westinghouse Award recipient ASME James Harry Potter Gold Award recipient Editorial Board: Energy and Buildings Journal; Letters in CFD; Energy Efficiency (open access) and International Journal of Reacting Systems. 13

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