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RAYMOND AUSROTAS

The bio on the right is from Ray's AIAA web.  
You can go there if you want to but don't forget your way back here.


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Personal stuff:
I have been living in Cambridge, Mass.
Married in 1960 to Catherine, daughter Danielle born in 1965, son Raymond born in 1969. Danielle and her husband  had a son, Calvin (our first grandchild), last October, born in Manhattan, and currently residing in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Back to the roots, eh? 

After I quit smoking 35 years ago,I took up running reasonably seriously. Ran  marathons, and have continued running, although slower, and shorter distances, as time marches on.

 

Raymond Ausrotas is a Director of Flight Transportation Associates, an aviation consulting company in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Until 1997, he had been the Associate Director of the Flight Transportation Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At FTL, Mr. Ausrotas participated in a number of economic, operational and technical studies. He was the primary investigator and author on a NASA study to assess the future of the U.S. aviation system, which was a comprehensive look at airlines, general aviation, airports, and the air traffic control system to help define NASA's future research needs. He was also the author of a similar NASA study to evaluate the impact of advanced air transport technology on the demand for international air travel. He was a major participant on a study which was aimed at determining the impacts of technology initiatives on the capacity needs of the U.S. airspace system. Mr. Ausrotas also participated in a study to determine the future potential for a large all-cargo aircraft system. Prior to joining the Flight Transportation Laboratory in 1971, Mr. Ausrotas had been with the Instrumentation Laboratory at MIT (now C.S. Draper Laboratory), working in the area of applied mathematics, with emphasis on the guidance, navigation and control of aerospace vehicles. His work involved extensive use of digital and analog computers for modeling and simulation of dynamic systems. Mr. Ausrotas received Bachelor of Science (1957) and Master of Science (1963) degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1972 he received the Master of Business Administration degree from Boston University.

 
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