Clement is a PhD student in aeronautics and astronautics working on aviation automation problems at the MITInternational Center for Air Transportation. His PhD topic involves investigating high-level aviation automation in dynamic and stochastically varying environments. In particular, he is focusing on automated situation awareness and decision making with regards to airborne trajectory prediction. He is investigating data analytics approaches, usingMATLAB tools, for mining large sets of aircraft surveillance (ADS-B) data to infer aircraft behavior in structured and unstructured airspaces around airports. Clement earned a BS in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Princeton University and an SM in aeronautics and astronautics from MIT.