Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Award Open for Nominations 1 February 2021 – 1 July 2021
The Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Award was approved by Board of Directors in 1995 and is presented for continued contributions and achievements toward the advancement of advanced aerodynamics flowfield and surface measurement techniques for research in flight and ground test applications. This award is presented biennially (in even-numbered years) generally at the AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition (SciTech). Nomination Deadline: 1 July 2021
Prof Markus AldenLund Institute of TechnologyAwardedAward: 2019 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology AwardAIAA Citation: For wide ranging and pioneering work in developing and applying laser diagnostic techniques, including linear and non-linear approaches, for study of fundamental and practical combustion
Dr Joseph A SchetzVirginia TechAwardedAIAA Citation: For more than 40 years of seminal contributions in shear stress sensors for complex flows.
Dr Alan C EckbrethConnecticut Academy of Science and EngineeringAwardedAIAA Citation: For seminal contributions to the emerging field of laser diagnostics for combustion, especially for his work in coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) spectroscopy.
Prof Alexander J SmitsPrinceton UniversityAwardedAIAA Citation: For advancement of quantitative techniques in extreme conditions including high Reynolds numbers and compressible flows, and in particular for research aiding understanding of hot-wire anemometry.”
Prof John SullivanPurdue UniversityAwardedAIAA Citation: In recognition of outstanding contributions to pressure and temperature sensitive paint technology development for aerodynamic measurements.
Prof Walter R LempertAwardedAIAA Citation: In recognition of innovative and significant contributions to the development of aerodynamic measurement techniques and technology, and for its novel application to aerodynamic and plasmadynamic flows.
Prof Robert P LuchtPurdue UniversityAwardedAIAA Citation: For vital contributions to experimental and theoretical development of linear and nonlinear spectroscopies for studying combustion and aerodynamics and for outstanding service to AIAA.
Dr Larry P GossInnovative Scientific Solutions IncorporatedAwardedAIAA Citation: For outstanding and significant contributions to the development and application of optical/laser-based diagnostic instrumentation to propulsion systems and air and space vehicles.
Dr James D TrolingerMetroLaser IncAwardedAIAA Citation: In recognition of pioneering research in interferometry and holography as applied to aerodynamic and aero-optical measurement technology
Dr Ronald J AdrianArizona State UniversityAwardedAIAA Citation: For elevating Particle Imaging Velocimetry to a powerful flow diagnostic tool through innovative processing approaches and for his role teaching the world this technology
Prof Richard B MilesTexas A&M UniversityAwardedAIAA Citation: In recognition of outstanding and innovative contributions to the invention and development of advanced concepts in aerodynamic measurement technology, and for significant educational and leadership contributions to the field
Dr Robert L McKenzieMetroLaser IncAwardedAIAA Citation: In recognition of outstanding and innovative contributions to research and development in the field of Aerodynamic Measurement Technology
Prof Ronald K HansonStanford UniversityAwardedAIAA Citation: For pioneering contributions to spectroscopic measurement techniques in aerodynamic and reacting flowfields, and their dissemination through dedicated teaching and cooperative research with an international influence