William A Kilgore

Mr. Kilgore has been at NASA Langley Research Center since 1989, starting as a graduate student working on Magnetic Suspension and Balance Systems.  He current holds a Bachelor and Master degree from Old Dominion University specializing in the area of Dynamic and Controls.  During his years at LaRC he has worked on nearly all the major wind tunnels with a primary focus on process controls and testing techniques.  For several years Mr. Kilgore led the National Transonic Facility the world’s largest cryogenic wind tunnel. His career progression included responsibility for all ground testing facilities and labs at Langley and is currently the Deputy Director for the Research Directorate and Deputy Director for Aerosciences with the responsibility for supporting all Aeroscience activities at LaRC.