Timothy Haugan is a Senior Physicist and Research Team Leader for the Power and Controls Division, Aerospace Systems Directorate, of the Air Force Research Laboratory. Author of over 125 scientific papers and four patents, his research includes superconductivity and cryogenic power, room temperature conductors, and MW-class power systems, with applications in all-electric and hybrid-electric propulsion, MW-class power systems and components for propulsion, conventional and superconducting rotating machine generator and motor technology, lightweight superconducting cables for aircraft applications, and superconducting magnetic energy storage devices for aerospace. Dr. Haugan earned his Ph.D. (1995, Electrical Engineering) at State University of New York at Buffalo, M.S. (1986, Physics) at Washington State University, Pullman, and B.S. (1983, Physics and Mathematics) at Whitworth University, Spokane.