GREY, Jerry. American, b. 1926. Genres: Air/Space topics, Engineering, Sciences, Technology. Career: Director, Science and Technology Policy, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1987-. Instructor, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1947-49; engineer, Fairchild Engine Division, 1949-50; hypersonic aerodynamicist, Galcit, 1950-51; sr. engineer, Marquardt Aircraft, 1951-52; Princeton University, NJ, professor, 1952-67, visiting professor, 1990-; president, Greyrad Corp., 1959-71; administrator, Public Policy, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1971-82; president, Calprobe Corp., 1972-83; adjunct professor, Long Island University, 1976-82; publr., Aerospace America, 1982-87. International Astronautical Federation, vice president, 1978-84, president, 1984-86; director, Applied Solar Energy Corp., 1979-92; deputy secretary general, UN Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, 1982; vice-president, International Academy of Astronautics, 1983-85. Publications: Nuclear Propulsion, 1970; The Race for Electric Power, 1972; The Facts of Flight, 1973; Noise, Noise, Noise!, 1975; Enterprise, 1979; Aeronautics in China, 1981; Space Tracking and Data Systems, 1981; Beachheads in Space, 1983; Issues in Strategic Planning for Commercial Space Growth, 1989; Basis for R&D Planning for Civil Aviation in the 21st Century, 1989; Assessment of Strategic Defense Initiative Technologies, 1989; Highlights in Space Technology and Applications (annually), 1988-; The Role of Technology in Revitalizing Civil Aviation, 1990; Issues in Planning "Mission to Planet Earth," 1990; Assessment of New Technologies for the Space Exploration Initiative, 1990; Atmospheric Effects of Chemical Rocket Propulsion, 1991; Assessment of Technologies for Ballistic Missile Defense, 1993; Interactive Effects of Noise and Emission Reduction Technologies on Other Aviation System Technologies, 1993. EDITOR/COEDITOR: (with V. Grey) Space Flight Report to the Nation, 1962; Offshore Airport Center Planning, 1971; (with J.P. Layton) New Space Transportation Systems, 1973; (with A. Henderson) Solar System Exploration, 1974; Aircraft Fuel Conservation, 1974; Solar Energy for Earth, 1975; The Role of Technology in Civil Aviation Policy, 1976; Advanced Energy Conservation Technology, 1976; (with R. Downey and B. Davis) Space: A Resource for Earth, 1976; Space Manufacturing Facilities, 4 vols., 1977-81; (with M. Newman) Aerospace Technology Transfer to the Public Sector, 1978; (with R. Salkeld and D. Patterson) Space Transportation 1980-2000, 1978; Alternative Fuels for Transportation, 1979; (with C. Krop) Aerospace Technology and Marine Transport, 1979; International Aerospace Review, 1982; Working in Space, 1982; Global Implications of Space Activities, 1982; Aerospace Technology and Commercial Nuclear Power, 1983; Hybrid Rocket Propulsion, 1995; Space Launch Integration, 1998; Assessment of NASA Studies of Space Solar Power Concerts, 1998; Export Control Policy and the U.S. Satellite Industry, 1999; Defense Excellence, 2002. Address: 881 Ocean Dr, #22A, Key Biscayne, FL 33149, U.S.A.