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Air Systems

Manned and unmanned aerial systems, including fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft and supporting technologies

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Program Manager
Dr. David Shaver is a Program Manager in the Strategic Technology Office. Prior to that he served as Chief Scientist for the Air Dominance Initiative, deputy director of the Microsystems Technology Office (MTO), and as a program manager in MTO.
Program Manager
Dr. Graham Drozeski joined DARPA in December 2016 as a program manager in the Tactical Technology Office. His interests include vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft, advanced guidance and control, autonomy for distributed operations, manned-unmanned teaming, human-machine interfaces, fault-tolerant systems, rotorcraft survivability, technologies for rapid deployment of forces, and aircraft design.
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Program Manager
Dr. Joseph Mangano serves as the program manager of the Excalibur program and oversees efforts designed to significantly enhance the mission set of airborne platforms through coherent optical phased array (OPA) technology. Fiber-based OPAs have near-term potential to achieve greater than 40% overall efficiency in a package compact enough for deployment on tactical airborne platforms. Successful integration of these systems would enable new and enhanced capabilities including laser radar (otherwise known as lidar), target designation, laser communications, power beaming, and aircraft self-protection.
Program Manager
Dr. Kurt Vogel joined DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office as a program manager in October 2017, after having served over two years in the Agency’s Strategic Technology Office (STO). His areas of interest include air systems, electronic warfare, stealth, space systems, and counter-space.
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Program Manager
Dr. Mark Costello joined DARPA in June 2017 as a program manager in the Tactical Technology Office. His interests include understanding the dynamic behavior of complex mechanical and aeronautical devices, creating new aerospace devices, developing unique control mechanisms, designing innovative sensor systems, and creating control laws for specific applications.
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