Bruce A. McHenry

Bruce McHenry is an expert in transformational transportation technology (T3) and computer based systems for collaboration.

He is the leading proponent of hybrid-electric, mechanically coupled, roadtrains composed principally of electric cars. 

He was a director of Richard Lounsbery Foundation now presided over by Ambassador David Abshire.
Bruce founded Discussion Systems and demonstrated the first virtually shared whiteboard for PC’s with recorded sketch and talk, and the Macintosh first trade show demonstration of audio annotation. 

He worked as a software engineer for Paul Baran at PacketCable and developed multimedia command and control systems at SRI International for the Navy. 
Bruce holds MS degrees in the Management of Technology and in Media Arts and Sciences and a BS in Computer Science with a minor in Political Science, from MIT.



Eugene Mauro    

Eugene Mauro is the Principal of TEM Software, a Pennsylvania firm providing application architectural, financial and technology services to fortune 500 and government agencies with a specialty in predictive analysis, enterprise architecture and Enterprise Requirement Planning applications.  Since 2003, Eugene’s effort has been focused on supporting the US Patent and Trade Office’s budget formulation/execution and pendency reduction mechanisms.

Previously, Eugene served as the founding President for the West Virginia High Technology Consortium, which organized regional businesses to effectively compete for government technology contracts and formed the basis for the WVHTC Foundation with US Congressional support.

Eugene graduated from The Johns Hopkins University, majoring in Biophysics, Physics and Biology after studying Zitterbewegung and large matrices as a high school student with Paul Dirac at Stoneybrook University.  At Hopkins he worked with Dennis Ritchie on comb filtering matrix technology.  After serving ten years as a CFO, he deployed numerous matrix solutions in the private sector for financial analysis, from stock forecasts/budgeting to key performance measurements.

Robert W. Phillips

Dr Phillips has been working at the cutting edge of technology since the 1960s, when he became joined the technical staff of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.  He worked for several years in the nuclear weapons programs at LLNL and at the Sandia Laboratories where he became a leader in the development of real-time simulations and built one of the world’s first hardware-in-the-loop facilities. Applied to reentry vehicle flight control, this HIL facility saved millions by avoiding full scale flight test failures.  


After leaving the national labs for private industry, Phillips became involved in a large number of control systems development programs –including contributions to the entire US smart munition and cruise missile programs, develo
pment of a patented hybrid airship, and the combat avionics for the F-22 Raptor Advanced Tactical Fighter. 


Dr. Phillips was part of the General Motors team that introduced vehicle stability control systems to production.  He leads evaluations of global competitors’ research and development interests, predicting new product content.

Dr. Phillips is married to a Christian, a boar.