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J. David, and a master of science degree in aeronautical engineering, The George Washington University, Joint Institute for the Advancement of Flight Sciences He is a Principal Researcher of ATM at the NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton He specializes in developing and investigating ATM operational concepts that involve airborne separation and airborne trajectory management, He has conducted several piloted simulation studies of autonomous aircraft operations and technology and is author on over 20 publications on these and related topics, 1988.