2014 Aerospace Today and Tomorrow
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2014 Aerospace Today and Tomorrow

5 June 2014
Location: Williamsburg, Virginia
Venue: Kingsmill

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Aerospace is the leading technology export for the United States, a key element in our balance of trade globally and a major source of high-wage engineering and manufacturing jobs.

Aerospace Today and Tomorrow  is a unique “executives-only” forum, engaging industry leaders—and no media—in high-level discussions on “U.S. aerospace stewardship in a global environment.” 

 

Topics and Speakers Include

Morning Host: Frank Culbertson, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Advanced Programs Group, Orbital Sciences Corporation

Afternoon Host: Al Romig, Vice President, Engineering and Advanced Systems, Chief Skunk, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Global Competitiveness and Keeping America's Lead in Aerospace
Jim Albaugh, AIAA President and President and CEO, Boeing
Commercial Airplanes (Retired)

Aeronautics Policies and the Industrial Base Panel Discussion
Jim Albaugh, AIAA President (moderator)
Mike Delaney, Vice President of Engineering, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Neil Garrigan, Executive, Advanced Technology Programs, GE Aviation
David Hills, Director, Research & Technology, Airbus Americas

James Kenyon, General Manater, Next Generation Fight Engine Programs, Pratt & Whitney
Mark Rhodes, Vice President—Engineering & Technology, Rolls-Royce Corporation
Jaiwon Shin, NASA Associate Administrator for the Aeronautics Research Directorate

Space Policies and the Industrial Base Panel
Frank Culbertson, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Advanced Programs Group, Orbital Sciences Corporation (moderator)
Debra Facktor Lepore, Vice President and General Manager, Strategic Operations, Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp
Dr. Robert Lightfoot, NASA Associate Administrator
Doug Loverro, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy, Department of Defense (invited)
Jim Simpson, Executive Vice President, Commercial Satellite Systems, Boeing Space and Intelligence Systems
Julie Van Kleeck, Vice President, Space Programs, Aerojet Rocketdyne


Luncheon Keynote: X-Plane National Initiative
Col. Art Huber, Deputy Director for the AFRL Aerospace Systems Directorate, WPAFB

Research and Development for Mitigation of Environmental Impacts Panel Discussion
Mark Lewis, Director, IDA Science Technology Policy Institute (moderator)
William “Bill” Harrison, Technical Advisor for Fuels and Energy, AFRL, WPAFB
James Hileman, Chief Scientist and Technical Advisor for Environment and Energy, Office of Environment and Energy, FAA
Henry Kelly, Senior Advisor to the Director of EPSA, Department of Energy
Ed Waggoner, Integrated Systems Research Program, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters

EAR, ITAR and Export Control Reform
Hugh F.T. Hoffman, Deputy Director, Defense Technology Security Administration 
Remy Nathan, Vice President, International Affairs, Aerospace Industries Association

Effects of Sequestration and Moving Forward
Pierre Chao, Managing Partner and Co-Founder, Renaissance Strategic Advisors

Register Today!  Registration is limited to 100 aerospace executives to allow for information exchange in a casual atmosphere.

 

2014 Sponsors

Boeing Logo
 
Lockheed Martin Logo(1)
 
NIA
 
Ohio Logo Web (OAI)
 
PrattWhitney
 
Rolls Royce Logo