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2004
Friday, April 30th
8:00 AM

Paper Session I-C - Innovative Technology Reduces Power Plant Emissions: Commercialization Success

Landy Chung, Phoenix Systems International Inc.
Clyde Parrish, NASA

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session I-C - Self-Healing Wire Insulation and Repair: Technology Opportunity

Clyde Parrish, NASA-KSC

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II- B - Alternative Fuel Transport using semi volatile Ammonia

Dennis A. Lobmeyer, P .E., ASRC Aerospace
John E. Brandenburg, Ph.D., Florida Space Institute

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-A - Electrodynamic Shield to Remove Dust from Solar Panels on Mars

C. I. Calle, NASA, Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA
C. R. Buhler, ASRC Aerospace, Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA
J. G. Mantovani, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, USA
S. Clements, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, USA
A. Chen, Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, OK, USA
A. S. Biris, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR, USA
M. K. Mazumder, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR, USA
A. W. Nowicki, ASRC Aerospace, Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-A - Mixed-Mode Interfacial Fracture Toughness of Sandwich Composites at Cryogenic Temperatures

Won-Jong Noh, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Bhavani V. Sankar, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Peter G. Ifju, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-A - Polyimide Foam Insulation Materials for Aerospace Vehicles and Spaceport Applications

Martha K. Williams, NASA- Kennedy Space Center
Erik S. Weiser, NASA-Langley Research Center, Hampton,
James E. Fesmire, NASA- Kennedy Space Center
Brian W. Grimsley, NASA- Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Trent M. Smith, NASA Kennedy Space Center
James R. Brenner, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne
Gordon L. Nelson, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-A - Polyimide/Carbon Nanotube Composite Films for Electrostatic Charge Mitigation

Joseph G. Smith, National Aeronautics and Space, Administration Langley Research Center
Donavon M. Delozier, National Aeronautics and Space, Administration Langley Research Center
John W. Connell, National Aeronautics and Space, Administration Langley Research Center
Kent A. Watson, National Institute of Aerospace

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-A - Results of a Wheel Electrometer for Measuring the Triboelectric Properties of Martian Regolith

Charles R. Buhler, ASRC Aerospace-Kennedy Space Center
C. I. Calle, NASA Kennedy Space Center
A. W. Nowicki, ASRC Aerospace-Kennedy Space Center
M. L. Ritz, ASRC Aerospace-Kennedy Space Center
J. G. Mantovani, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-B - A Conceptual Model for the Program Driver Environment for Future Spaceflight

Roefof L. Schuiling, NASA KSC, YA-E6

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-B - Bioregenerative Life Support Systems for Mars Missions

John C. Sager, NASA, Biological Sciences Office, YA-E4-B, Kennedy Space Center
Raymond M. Wheeler, NASA, Biological Sciences Office, YA-E4-B, Kennedy Space Center

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-B - Progress Toward Electrostatic Radiation Shielding of Interplanetary Spacecraft

Philip T. Metzger, NASA/The KSC Applied Physics Laboratory, Y A-C3-E, John F. Kennedy Space Center
Robert C. Youngquist, NASA/The KSC Applied Physics Laboratory, Y A-C3-E, John F. Kennedy Space Center
John E. Lane, 2ASRC Aerospace, MD: ASRC-10, John F. Kelli1edy Space Center

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-B - Strategies for Conducting Life Science Experiments Beyond Low Earth Orbit

Ronald L. Schaefer, Lockheed Martin Space Operations-Ames Research Center,
Ingrid Rudolph-Angelich, Lockheed Martin Space Operations-Ames Research Center
Richard Mains, Lockheed Martin Space Operations-Ames Research Center
Darren Hughes, Mains Associates
Lynn D. Harper, NASA-Ames Research Center
Gregory Leonard, Mains Associates
Gregory K. Schmidt, NASA-Ames Research Center

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-B - The Moon: A New Destination for America

Paul D. Spudis, John Hopkins University - APL

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-C - A Novel Intercarrier Interference Cancellation Approach based on Blind Source Separation (BSS) in Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)

Thomas Yang, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-C - A Shape Memory Alloy Based Cryogenic Thermal Conduction Switch: Design, Construction and Materials Development

V. B. Krishnan, University of Central Florida
J. Singh, University of Central Florida
T. Woodruff, University of Central Florida
R. Vaidyanathan, University of Central Florida
W. Notardonato, NASA Kennedy Space Center

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-C - Detection of Water in Martian Soil

J. G. Mantovani, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, USA
J. Aspiotis, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, USA
C. I. Calle, NASA Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-C - High-Resolution Integrated Micro Gyroscope for Space Applications

Hongwei Qu, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Florida
Huikai Xie, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Florida
Deyou Fang, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Florida
Peter Yuan, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Central Florida

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-C - NASA Hydrogen Research at the University of Florida

Canan Balaban, University of Florida

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-C - NASA's Hydrogen Research at Florida Universities

David L. Block, Florida Solar Energy Center
Ali Raissi, Florida Solar Energy Center
Clovis Linkous, Florida Solar Energy Center

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM

Paper Session II-C - The Space Life Sciences Lab at the Kennedy Space Center: A Critical Facility for Future Space Flight

Scott Vangen, NASA Kennedy Space Center
Holly Mills, Florida Space Research Institute
Robert Ferl, Florida Space Research Institute University of Florida
Stan Starr, Dynamac Corporation
Debbie Wells, The Bionetics Corporation

Cape Canaveral, Florida

8:00 AM