Jerome C. Hunsaker Visiting Professor of Aerospace Systems

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The Jerome C. Hunsaker Visiting Professor of Aerospace Systems is a professorship established in 1954 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. It is named after MIT professor Jerome Hunsaker (1886–1984) in honor of his achievements in aeronautical engineering. The visiting professor is expected to deliver the Minta Martin Lecture in several venues in the United States.[1]

Visiting professors[edit]

Academic year Professor Lecture
1955–56 Hawthorne, WilliamWilliam Hawthorne[2] “The Aerodynamics of Aircraft Engines”[3]
1956–57 Garrick, I. E.I. E. Garrick[4] “Some Concepts and Problem Areas in Aircraft Flutter”[5]
1957–58 Emmons, Howard W.Howard W. Emmons[6] “Combustion; an Aeronautical Science”[7]
1958–59 Sutton, George P.George P. Sutton[8] “Rocket Propulsion Systems for Space Flight”
1959–60 Kelsey, Benjamin S.Benjamin S. Kelsey[9] “Size Considerations in Optimum Aircraft”[10]
1961 Jones, W. P.W. P. Jones[11]
1961–62 Herrick, SamuelSamuel Herrick[12] “Space Navigation”[13]
1963–64 Ziegler, HansHans Ziegler[14] “Thermodynamic Considerations in Continuum Mechanics”[15]
1964–65 Hyatt, AbrahamAbraham Hyatt[16] “On Future Scientific and Manned Space Flight Projects”[17]
1965–66 Bryson, Arthur E.Arthur E. Bryson[18] “Applications of Optimal Control Theory in Aerospace Engineering”[19]
1968 Evvard, John C.John C. Evvard “A Philosophy of Reexamination”[20]
1968–69 Seamans, Robert W.Robert W. Seamans[21] “Action and Reaction”[22]
1969–70 Eggers, Alfred J.Alfred J. Eggers[23]
1976–77 O'Neill, Gerard K.Gerard K. O'Neill[24]
1978–79 Chapman, Dean R.Dean R. Chapman[25]
1979–80 Colombo, GiuseppeGiuseppe Colombo
1981 Marble, Frank E.Frank E. Marble[26]
1989 Shea, Joseph F.Joseph F. Shea[27]
1989–90 Speyer, Jason L.Jason L. Speyer[28] “Guidance, Control and Estimation of Aerospace Systems”
1991–92 Cumpsty, Nicholas A.Nicholas A. Cumpsty[29]
1992–93 McRuer, Duane T.Duane T. McRuer[30] “Human Dynamics and Pilot-Induced Oscillations”[31]
1992–93 Weiss, Stanley I.Stanley I. Weiss
1994–95 Deyst, John J.John J. Deyst[32] “Information Systems in Aerospace Vehicles”
1994–95 Lovell, Robert R.Robert R. Lovell[33] “Issues Affecting the Future of Commercial Space”
1995–96 Weisshaar, Terrence A.Terrence A. Weisshaar[34]
1997–98 Leveson, NancyNancy Leveson[35]
1998–99 Allen, Thomas J.Thomas J. Allen[36]
1999–00 Dowling, Ann P.Ann P. Dowling[37] “Flames, Sound and Vortices—A Damaging Combination”[38]
2000–01 Dorfman, Steven D.Steven D. Dorfman[39]
2001–02 Haggerty, Allen C.Allen C. Haggerty[40] “Lean Engineering has Finally Come of Age (Or, Why We Can't Ignore 80 Percent of a Product's Cost Anymore)”[41]
2002–03 Vicente, Kim J.Kim J. Vicente[42]
2003–04 Leopold, Raymond J.Raymond J. Leopold[43] “The Iridium Story: An Engineer's Eclectic Journey”
2004–05 Cousot, Patrick M.Patrick M. Cousot[11] “Abstract Interpretation–based Formal Verification of Complex Computer Systems”

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