James M. Flavin

James Flavin
James Flavin

TITLE: Division Head, Air Traffic Control
EMAIL: [email protected]

James M. Flavin is the Head of the Homeland Protection and Air Traffic Control Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. In this role, he has responsibility for research, development, evaluation, and technology transfer for surveillance technology and decision support system architectures spanning  air traffic control efficiency, airport surface safety, aircraft collision avoidance, border surveillance, and homeland air defense.

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James K. Kuchar

James K. Kuchar
James K. Kuchar

TITLE: Assistant Division Head, Air Traffic Control
EMAIL: [email protected]

Dr. James K. Kuchar is an Assistant Head of the Homeland Protection and Air Traffic Control Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, focusing on integrated sensing and decision-support systems for aviation safety and efficiency. His current responsibilities include management of the group’s programs in weather systems, algorithms, analysis, and operational testing and integration.

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Christopher A.D. Roeser

Christopher Roeser
Christopher Roeser

TITLE: Assistant Division Head, Air Traffic Control
EMAIL: [email protected]

Dr. Christopher A.D. Roeser is an Assistant Head of the Homeland Protection and Air Traffic Control Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. In this role, he oversees a broad portfolio of homeland protection technology development and transition activities that includes homeland air defense, customs and border surveillance, information operations, critical infrastructure, and energy.

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Marilyn M. Wolfson

Marilyn M. Wolfson
Marilyn M. Wolfson

TITLE: Laboratory Fellow, Air Traffic Control Systems Group
EMAIL: [email protected]

Dr. Marilyn M. Wolfson is a Laboratory Fellow in the Air Traffic Control Systems Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, directing their weather research efforts. Dr. Wolfson joined the Laboratory in 1983. In 1996, as the leader of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aviation Weather Research Program's Convective Weather Product Development Team, she began development of automated short-term convective weather forecasts for air-traffic management applications.

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Tom G. Reynolds

Tom G. Reynolds
Tom G. Reynolds

TITLE: Group Leader, Air Traffic Control Systems Group
EMAIL: [email protected]

Dr. Tom G. Reynolds is the Leader of the Air Traffic Control Systems Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Dr. Reynolds leads programs that are developing advanced air traffic management decision support tools and aircraft operations improvements to mitigate environmental impacts. Examples include tools to safely and efficiently integrate commercial space operations into the national airspace system, airport surface congestion management techniques, and optimized profile descent procedures.

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Wesley A. Olson

Wesley A. Olson
Wesley A. Olson

TITLE: Group Leader, Surveillance Systems Group

EMAIL: [email protected]

Dr. Wesley A. Olson is the Leader of the Surveillance Systems Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. The group develops surveillance and decision support architectures and technologies to enable future transportation systems. In his role, Dr. Olson leads the development of technologies to improve aviation safety.

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