Director, NASA Center of Excellence in Rotorcraft Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology
One of the most highly regarded rotary wing aircraft scientists in the United States. A graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point, Dr. Schrage led for the US Army many of the Pentagon’s most advanced rotor-wing programs for 35 years, both before and after retiring from active duty. Dr. Schrage led the Company’s Georgia Tech VertiJet™ scientific and analysis teams and functioned as an outside consultant for the Company on its other advanced gyroplane programs. Dr. Schrage is the recipient of the 1999 American Helicopter Society (AHS) Alexander A. Nikolsky Honorary Lectureship award.