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Guidance, Navigation and Control Graduate Award

This program was instituted in 1998 by the AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Technical Committee. Eligible applicants will be participating (or plan on future participation) in research endeavors that will impact one or more of the areas of guidance, navigation, and control as part of their graduate studies. Official recognition will be in conjunction with the Awards Presentation Ceremony at the AIAA Science and Technology Forum (SciTech). In addition, the AIAA Foundation will present the recipient with a special recognition plaque in honor of this award. Non-U.S. citizens are eligible to apply, as are students at non-U.S. schools. Past winners are ineligible for 3 years, after which they can apply again
  • Full Name: Miss Aude Claire Marzuoli
  • Category: Graduate
  • Notes: Aude Marzuoli is currently pursuing a PhD in Aerospace Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, with a focus on Airport Operations, Traffic Flow Management, Optimization and Control. She has previously interned at the Systems Modeling and Optimization Branch at NASA Ames and at SESAR Joint Undertaking in Brussels. She is also collaborating with ENAC, the French Civil National School for Aviation. In 2012, Aude obtained a Master in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and an Engineering Degree from SUPELEC, in France, after attending her preparatory classes at the Lycee Henri IV in Paris