27. Michael A. Swartwout, " An Investigation of Minimum-Fuel Rendezvous for Low-Thrust, Constant Specific Impulse Engines in a Linearized Gravity Field " (1992), Ph.D. Program, Stanford University. Currently, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis.

26. George R. Gunning, " Optimal Cooperative Time-Fixed Impulsive Rendezvous in a Linearized Gravity Field " (1992), U.S. Air Force, Los Angeles, CA. Currently, Systems Engineer, Raytheon Systems Corp., Denver, CO.

25. Shawn P. Murphy, " A Study of Optimal Power-Limited Spacecraft Trajectories " (1992), McDonnell Douglas Aerospace, Huntington Beach, CA.

24. Mark D. Guman, " Optimal Thrust-Limited Path-Constrained Rendezvous in an Inverse- Square Gravitational Field " (1992), Ph.D. Program, University of Texas at Austin. Currently, Staff Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.

23. Alan S. Hope, " Optimal Multiple-Impulse Time-Fixed Spacecraft Trajectories " (1991), Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC.

22. Sergio I. Ochoa, " Multiple Revolution Solutions to Lambert's Problem " (1991), Lincoln Electric Co., Peoria, IL.

21. Russel S. Wenzel, " Optimal Thrust-Limited Path-Constrained Rendezvous using Hermite- Simpson Transcription and Nonlinear Programming " (1991), Lockheed Missiles and Space Co., Sunnyvale, CA.

20. Michael E. Groble, " A Preliminary Study of Optimal Maneuvers Near Large Space Structures ", 1990, Lockheed Missiles & Space Co., Sunnyvale, CA.

19. Catherine A. Larson, " Optimization of an Impulsive Intercept Maneuver followed by a Low-Thrust Return ", 1989, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA. Currently, Catherine Koerner, Flight Controller, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston,TX.

18. Gregory O. Murphy, " Optimal Multiple-Impulse ASAT Interception ", 1988, Rockwell International Corporation, Houston, TX.

17. Ronald S. Clifton, " Optimal Multiple-Impulse ASAT Avoidance Maneuvers ", 1987, The Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, CA. Currently, The Aerospace Corporation, Chantilly, VA.

16. Jeffrey S. Patterson, " Linearized Orbit Theory Using True Longitude as Independent Variable ", 1985.

15. Christopher N. D'Souza, " A Comparison of Algorithms for the Solution of Lambert's Problem ", 1984, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA. Currently, C.S. Draper Laboratory, Cambridge, MA.

14. Michael M. Franke, " A Fortran V Symbolic Derivation of First and Second Moment Coefficient Matrices for Linear Systems with Parametric White Noise Excitations ", 1984.

13. Michael F. Lembeck, " Design Development of an Inertia Simulator for Spacecraft Actuators ", 1981, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA. Currently, Orbital Sciences Corporation, VA.

12. Mark J. Bergam, " New Bounds and Efficient Starting Values for the Universal Kepler's Equation ", 1980, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.

11. Charles Simon, " Optimization of Impulsive Trajectories in Simple Gravitational Fields ", 1980, returned to Belgium.

10. David M. Hoerr, " A Comparison of Three Methods of Solution of Kepler's Problem Utilizing Bounds on the Solution ", 1978, U.S. Air Force.

9. James A. Korkowski, " Minimum Three-Impulse Earth to Circular Orbit Transfer ", 1978, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX.

8. Bruce T. Goodwin, " An Investigation of Time-Fixed and -Free Steepest Descent Algorithms Applied to Two Dynamical Systems ", 1977, Physics Ph.D. Program, UIUC. Currently, Division Director, Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA.

7. Gary L. Ryczek, " An Application of Optimal Branched Trajectory Theory to Earth Escape Missions Employing Reusable Space Tugs ", 1975, Martin Corp., Denver, CO.

6. Michael J. Adams, " A New Technique of Limit Cycle Determination for Nonlinear Nonconservative Systems ", 1974, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.

5. William C. Wagner, Jr., " An Iterative Technique for Determination of Limit Cycles in Nonlinear Systems ", 1973, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA. Currently, Boeing Corporation, Downey, CA.

4. James R. Weyrauch, " A Comparison of Several Numerical Techniques for Solving Nonlilnear Optimal Control Problems ", 1973, Honeywell, Minneapolis, MN.

3. Phillip M. Hinrichs, " An Analytical Tool to Project Some of the Economic Effects of Free Mass Transit ", 1972, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, OH. Currently, State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

2. Keith R. Huling, " A Study of Optimal Strategies for Multiple-Impulse Orbital Rendezvous ", 1972, Martin Corporation, Denver, CO. Currently, Lockheed-Martin, Denver, CO.

1. Steven D. Highland, " A Closed-Form Approximate Solution to Kepler's Equation ", 1970, McDonnell-Douglas Corp., Los Angeles, CA.