Best Paper - Aerospace Sciences Group

Best Papers in a specific aerospace sciences discipline are selected from papers presented at technical forums by the respective technical committee.

Award Recipients

2021

  • Michael R O'Gara
    CRAFT Tech
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "A Model for Simulating Unsteady Wake Interference Effects in Aerial Refueling" AIAA-2020-3202
    AIAA Citation: "A Model for Simulating Unsteady Wake Interference Effects in Aerial Refueling" AIAA-2020-3202
  • Dr Peter A Cavallo
    CRAFT Tech
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Modeling and Simulation Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "A Model for Simulating Unsteady Wake Interference Effects in Aerial Refueling" AIAA-2020-3202
  • Mr. Jeremy D Shipman
    Combustion Research & Flow Technology Inc
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Modeling and Simulation Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "A Model for Simulating Unsteady Wake Interference Effects in Aerial Refueling" AIAA-2020-3202
  • Mr Sean Patrick Devey
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: "Experimental analysis of passive bristling in air to enable mako-shark-inspired separation control" (AIAA-2020-2768)
  • Maria L Habegger
    University of North Florida
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: "Experimental analysis of passive bristling in air to enable mako-shark-inspired separation control" (AIAA-2020-2768)
  • Dr James P Hubner
    The University of Alabama
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: "Experimental analysis of passive bristling in air to enable mako-shark-inspired separation control " (AIAA-2020-2768)
  • Dr Amy W Lang
    The University of Alabama
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: "Experimental analysis of passive bristling in air to enable mako-shark-inspired separation control" (AIAA-2020-2768)
  • Mr Jackson A Morris
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: "Experimental analysis of passive bristling in air to enable mako-shark-inspired separation control" (AIAA-2020-2768)
  • Dr Hanspeter Schaub
    University of Colorado
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Atmospheric and Space Environments Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "An X-Ray Spectroscopic Approach to Remote Space Object Potential Determination: Experimental Results" (AIAA-2020-0049)
  • Kieran Wilson
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Atmospheric and Space Environments Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "An X-Ray Spectroscopic Approach to Remote Space Object Potential Determination: Experimental Results" (AIAA-2020-0049)
  • Dr James E Hubbard Jr
    Texas A&M University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Global Aerodynamic Modeling Using Automated Local Model Networks in Real Time" (AIAA 2020-0762)
  • Rose Weinstein
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Global Aerodynamic Modeling Using Automated Local Model Networks in Real Time" (AIAA 2020-0762)
  • Dr James E Hubbard Jr
    Texas A&M University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Student Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Global Aerodynamic Modeling Using Automated Local Model Networks in Real Time" (AIAA 2020-0762)
  • Rose Weinstein
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Student Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Global Aerodynamic Modeling Using Automated Local Model Networks in Real Time" (AIAA 2020-0762)
  • Dr William K Anderson
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Fluid Dynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Node Numbering for Stabilizing Preconditioners Based on Incomplete LU Decomposition" AAIA-2020-3022
  • Dr Kevin Jacobson
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Fluid Dynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Node Numbering for Stabilizing Preconditioners Based on Incomplete LU Decomposition" AAIA-2020-3022
  • Stephen L Wood
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Fluid Dynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Node Numbering for Stabilizing Preconditioners Based on Incomplete LU Decomposition" AAIA-2020-3022
  • Dr Murat Bronz
    ENAC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Towards a Unified Model-Free Control Architecture for Tailsitter Micro Air Vehicles: Flight Simulation Analysis and Experimental Flights" (AIAA-2020-2075)
  • Mr Jean-Philippe CONDOMINES
    ENAC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Towards a Unified Model-Free Control Architecture for Tailsitter Micro Air Vehicles: Flight Simulation Analysis and Experimental Flights" (AIAA-2020-2075)
  • Michel Fliess
    École Polytechnique
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Towards a Unified Model-Free Control Architecture for Tailsitter Micro Air Vehicles: Flight Simulation Analysis and Experimental Flights" (AIAA-2020-2075)
  • Gautier Hattenberger
    Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile - ENAC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Towards a Unified Model-Free Control Architecture for Tailsitter Micro Air Vehicles: Flight Simulation Analysis and Experimental Flights" (AIAA-2020-2075)
  • Cédric Join
    Université de Lorraine
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Towards a Unified Model-Free Control Architecture for Tailsitter Micro Air Vehicles: Flight Simulation Analysis and Experimental Flights" (AIAA-2020-2075)
  • Dr Jean Moscheta
    ISAE
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Towards a Unified Model-Free Control Architecture for Tailsitter Micro Air Vehicles: Flight Simulation Analysis and Experimental Flights" (AIAA-2020-2075)
  • Mr Jacson M. Olszanecki Barth
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Towards a Unified Model-Free Control Architecture for Tailsitter Micro Air Vehicles: Flight Simulation Analysis and Experimental Flights" (AIAA-2020-2075)
  • Dr Daan M Pool
    Delft University of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Retention of Manual Control Skills in Multi-Axis Tracking Tasks" (AIAA 2020-2264)
  • Ms Rowenna Wijlens
    n/a
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Retention of Manual Control Skills in Multi-Axis Tracking Tasks" (AIAA 2020-2264)
  • Dr Peter Zaal
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Retention of Manual Control Skills in Multi-Axis Tracking Tasks" (AIAA 2020-2264)
  • Prof Kyle M. Hanquist
    University of Arizona
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Fully-Coupled Simulation of Plasma Discharges, Turbulence, and Combustion in a Scramjet Combustor" AIAA-2020-3230
  • ajjay omprakas
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Fully-Coupled Simulation of Plasma Discharges, Turbulence, and Combustion in a Scramjet Combustor" - AIAA-2020-3230
  • Prof Bernard Parent
    University of Arizona
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Fully-Coupled Simulation of Plasma Discharges, Turbulence, and Combustion in a Scramjet Combustor" - AIAA-2020-3230
  • Dr Frederic Alauzet
    INRIA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for the Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments
    AIAA Citation: "Comparing Unstructured Adaptive Mesh Solutions for the High Lift Common Research Model Airfoil" (AIAA-2020-3219)
  • Dr William K Anderson
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for the Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments
    AIAA Citation: "Comparing Unstructured Adaptive Mesh Solutions for the High Lift Common Research Model Airfoil" (AIAA-2020-3219)
  • Dr Marshall C Galbraith
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for the Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments
    AIAA Citation: "Comparing Unstructured Adaptive Mesh Solutions for the High Lift Common Research Model Airfoil" (AIAA-2020-3219)
  • Dr Dmitry S Kamenetskiy
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for the Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments
    AIAA Citation: "Comparing Unstructured Adaptive Mesh Solutions for the High Lift Common Research Model Airfoil" (AIAA-2020-3219)
  • Dr Joshua A Krakos
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for the Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments
    AIAA Citation: "Comparing Unstructured Adaptive Mesh Solutions for the High Lift Common Research Model Airfoil" (AIAA-2020-3219)
  • Dr Adrien Loseille
    INRIA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for the Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments
    AIAA Citation: "Comparing Unstructured Adaptive Mesh Solutions for the High Lift Common Research Model Airfoil" (AIAA-2020-3219)
  • Dr Todd R Michal
    Boeing Engineering Operations & Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for the Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments
    AIAA Citation: "Comparing Unstructured Adaptive Mesh Solutions for the High Lift Common Research Model Airfoil" (AIAA-2020-3219)
  • Dr Michael A Park
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for the Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments
    AIAA Citation: "Comparing Unstructured Adaptive Mesh Solutions for the High Lift Common Research Model Airfoil" (AIAA-2020-3219)
  • Carmen-Ioana Ursachi
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Shahyar Pirzadeh Memorial Award for the Outstanding Paper in Meshing Visualization and Computational Environments
    AIAA Citation: "Comparing Unstructured Adaptive Mesh Solutions for the High Lift Common Research Model Airfoil" (AIAA-2020-3219)
  • Prof Igor V Adamovich
    Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generatio" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • T. Butterworth
    King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generation" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • M.S Cha
    King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generation" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • Prof Deanna A Lacoste
    KAUST
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generation" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • Mr Keegan Orr
    The Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generatio" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • T. Orriere
    King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generation" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • D Z Pai
    Institut Pprime CNRS UPR 3346 - Université de Poitiers - ENSMA
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generation" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • M. Simeni
    The Ohio State University
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generation" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • Y. Tang
    King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST)
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generation" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • Dr Dirk C M van den Bekerom
    The Ohio State University
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Walter Lempert Best Student Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Electric Field Measurements in Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas By Ns and Ps Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic Generation" (AIAA 2020-0182)
  • Dr Jeffrey Allen Housman
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Improvements in Simulating a Mach 0.80 Transonic Truss-Braced Wing Configuration using the Spalart-Allmaras and k- SST Turbulence Models" AIAA 2021-1531
  • Mr. Craig A Hunter
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Improvements in Simulating a Mach 0.80 Transonic Truss-Braced Wing Configuration using the Spalart-Allmaras and k- SST Turbulence Models" AIAA 2021-1531
  • Dr Cetin C Kiris
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Improvements in Simulating a Mach 0.80 Transonic Truss-Braced Wing Configuration using the Spalart-Allmaras and k- SST Turbulence Models" AIAA 2021-1531
  • Susan N McMillin
    NASA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Improvements in Simulating a Mach 0.80 Transonic Truss-Braced Wing Configuration using the Spalart-Allmaras and k- SST Turbulence Models" AIAA 2021-1531
  • Dr William E Milholen II
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Improvements in Simulating a Mach 0.80 Transonic Truss-Braced Wing Configuration using the Spalart-Allmaras and k- SST Turbulence Models" AIAA 2021-1531
  • Mr Michael G Piotrowski
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award
  • Sally A Viken
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "mprovements in Simulating a Mach 0.80 Transonic Truss-Braced Wing Configuration using the Spalart-Allmaras and k- SST Turbulence Models" AIAA 2021-1531
  • Dr Iain D Boyd
    University of Colorado
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA David Weaver Thermophysics Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Influence of Chemical Kinetics Models on Plasma Generation in Hypersonic Flight" AIAA-2021-0057
  • Adam J Amar
    NASA Johnson Space Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Thermophysics Best Professional Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Characterization of Radiative Heating Anomaly in High Enthalpy Shock Tunnels" AIAA-2021-0103
  • Dr Brett A Cruden
    AMA Inc at NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Thermophysics Best Professional Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Characterization of Radiative Heating Anomaly in High Enthalpy Shock Tunnels" AIAA-2021-0103
  • Dr Joseph Olejniczak
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Thermophysics Best Professional Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Characterization of Radiative Heating Anomaly in High Enthalpy Shock Tunnels" AIAA-2021-0103
  • Chun Y Tang
    NASA/ARC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Thermophysics Best Professional Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Characterization of Radiative Heating Anomaly in High Enthalpy Shock Tunnels" AIAA-2021-0103
  • Dr Hideyuki Tanno
    JAXA Kakuda Space Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Thermophysics Best Professional Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Characterization of Radiative Heating Anomaly in High Enthalpy Shock Tunnels" AIAA-2021-0103
  • Dr Nathan E Murray
    The University of Mississippi
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Supersonic Jets with Compliant Wall Nozzles" AIAA-2021-1524
  • Dr Charles E Tinney
    Applied Research Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Supersonic Jets with Compliant Wall Nozzles" AIAA-2021-1524
  • Mr John A Valdez
    The University of Texas
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Sophia Lillis
    AIAA Citation: "Supersonic Jets with Compliant Wall Nozzles" AIAA-2021-1524
  • Mr Atulya U Kumar
    Texas A&M Engineering
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Walter Lempert Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Spatio-temporal studies on laser induced plasma interactions with micro-particles using stereo-imaging" AIAA 2021-1376
  • Mr Boris S Leonov
    Texas A&M University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Walter Lempert Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Spatio-temporal studies on laser induced plasma interactions with micro-particles using stereo-imaging" AIAA 2021-1376
  • Dr Christopher Limbach
    Texas A&M University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Walter Lempert Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Spatio-temporal studies on laser induced plasma interactions with micro-particles using stereo-imaging" AIAA 2021-1376
  • Dr Yue Wu
    Texas A&M University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Walter Lempert Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Spatio-temporal studies on laser induced plasma interactions with micro-particles using stereo-imaging" AIAA 2021-1376

2020

  • Dr Frederic Alauzet
    INRIA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Mr Aravind Balan
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Mr Nicolas Barral
    Inria Rocquencourt
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Dr Marshall C Galbraith
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Dr Adrien Loseille
    INRIA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Beckett Yx Zhou
    Technical University of Kaiserslautern
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: “Windowing Regularization Techniques for Unsteady Aerodynamic Shape Optimization” (AIAA-2020-3130)
  • Prof Craig A Woolsey
    Virginia Tech
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Effects of Model Simplification on Wind Reconstruction During Open-Loop Longitudinal Flight" (AIAA 2019-1599)
    AIAA Citation: Presented at SciTech 2020
  • Mr Cary Smith
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Single-Exposure Field-of-View Extension Using Multiplexed Structured Image Capture" (AIAA 2019-0832)
    AIAA Citation: The Walter R. Lempert Student Paper Award in Diagnostics for Fluid Mechanics, Plasma Physics, and Energy Transfer
  • Dr H.T. Huynh
    NASA Glenn Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “A Novel Flux Reconstruction Method for Diffusion Problems”(AIAA 2019-3063)
  • Prof Eric Johnsen
    University of Michigan
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “A Novel Flux Reconstruction Method for Diffusion Problems”(AIAA 2019-3063)
  • Mr Philip E Johnson
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “A Novel Flux Reconstruction Method for Diffusion Problems”(AIAA 2019-3063)
  • Jasmeet Singh
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Advancing Layer Surface Mesh Generation” (AIAA 2020-TBD)
    AIAA Citation: 2020 AIAA Meshing Visualization and Computational Sciences Best Student Paper
  • Dr Carl F Ollivier Gooch
    University of British Columbia
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Advancing Layer Surface Mesh Generation” (AIAA 2020-tbd)
    AIAA Citation: 2020 AIAA Meshing Visualization and Computational Sciences Best Student Paper
  • Mr David J Lusher
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Assessment of low-dissipative shock-capturing schemes for transitional and turbulent shock interactions” (AIAA 2019-3208)
  • Prof Neil D Sandham
    University of Southampton
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Assessment of low-dissipative shock-capturing schemes for transitional and turbulent shock interactions” (AIAA 2019-3208)
  • Dr Steven Harrah
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “High Ice Water Content in Tropical Cyclones during NASA/FAA Radar Flight Campaigns with Comparison to Numerical Simulations (AIAA-2019-3304)
  • Dr Fred Proctor
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “High Ice Water Content in Tropical Cyclones during NASA/FAA Radar Flight Campaigns with Comparison to Numerical Simulations (AIAA-2019-3304)
  • George Switzer
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “High Ice Water Content in Tropical Cyclones during NASA/FAA Radar Flight Campaigns with Comparison to Numerical Simulations (AIAA-2019-3304)
  • Mr Miles Thomas Bengtson
    University of Colorado Boulder
    Awarded
    Award: “Remote Sensing of Spacecraft Potential at Geosynchronous Orbit using Secondary and Photo Electrons” (AIAA 2019-0311)
  • Dr Hanspeter Schaub
    Awarded
    Award: “Remote Sensing of Spacecraft Potential at Geosynchronous Orbit using Secondary and Photo Electrons” (AIAA 2019-0311)
  • Miss Nisha Chandramoorthy
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Sensitivity computation of statistically stationary quantities in turbulent flows” (AIAA 2019-3426)
  • Mr Qiqi Wang
    MIT
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Sensitivity computation of statistically stationary quantities in turbulent flows” (AIAA 2019-3426)
  • Mr Hugh A Carson
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Mr Loïc Frazza
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Dr Dmitry S Kamenetskiy
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Dr Joshua A Krakos
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Dr Michael A Park
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Robert Haimes
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Geometry Modeling for Unstructured Mesh Adaptation” (AIAA 2019-2946)
  • Dr Adrien Loseille
    INRIA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Geometry Modeling for Unstructured Mesh Adaptation” (AIAA 2019-2946)
  • Dr Michael A Park
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Geometry Modeling for Unstructured Mesh Adaptation” (AIAA 2019-2946)
  • Dr John Dannenhoffer III
    Syracuse University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Geometry Modeling for Unstructured Mesh Adaptation” (AIAA 2019-2946)
  • William T Jones
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Geometry Modeling for Unstructured Mesh Adaptation” (AIAA 2019-2946)
  • William L Kleb
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Geometry Modeling for Unstructured Mesh Adaptation” (AIAA 2019-2946)
  • Dr Joshua A Krakos
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Geometry Modeling for Unstructured Mesh Adaptation” (AIAA 2019-2946)
  • Dr Todd R Michal
    Boeing Engineering Operations & Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Geometry Modeling for Unstructured Mesh Adaptation” (AIAA 2019-2946)
  • Aaron J Erb
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA David Weaver Thermophysics Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Investigation of Galileo Probe Entry Heating with Coupled Radiation and Ablation” (AIAA 2019-3360)
  • Dr Christopher O Johnston
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA David Weaver Thermophysics Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Investigation of Galileo Probe Entry Heating with Coupled Radiation and Ablation” (AIAA 2019-3360)
  • Dr Thomas K West
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA David Weaver Thermophysics Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Investigation of Galileo Probe Entry Heating with Coupled Radiation and Ablation” (AIAA 2019-3360)
  • Dr David R Buttsworth
    University of Southern Queensland
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Fluid Dynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Oscillating Shock Impinging on a Flat Plate at Mach 6” (AIAA 2019-3077)
  • Dr Gaetano MD Currao
    University of New South Wales
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Fluid Dynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Oscillating Shock Impinging on a Flat Plate at Mach 6” (AIAA 2019-3077)
  • Prof Jack J McNamara
    The Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Fluid Dynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Oscillating Shock Impinging on a Flat Plate at Mach 6” (AIAA 2019-3077)
  • Prof Andrew J Neely
    University of New South Wales
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Fluid Dynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Oscillating Shock Impinging on a Flat Plate at Mach 6” (AIAA 2019-3077)
  • Dr Fabian Zander
    University of Southern Queensland
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Fluid Dynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Oscillating Shock Impinging on a Flat Plate at Mach 6” (AIAA 2019-3077)
  • Mr Dallyn W Wynnychuk
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Ground Testing Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Characterization of Laminar Separation Bubbles using Infrared Thermography" (AIAA 2019-2808)
  • Prof Serhiy V Yarusevych
    University of Waterloo
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Ground Testing Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: "Characterization of Laminar Separation Bubbles using Infrared Thermography" (AIAA 2019-2808)
  • Prof Moble Benedict
    Texas A&M University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Modeling and Simulation Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Free-Wake Based Nonlinear Aeroelastic Modeling of UAV Scale Cycloidal Rotor” (AIAA-2019-3245)
  • Mr Atanu Halder
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Modeling and Simulation Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Free-Wake Based Nonlinear Aeroelastic Modeling of UAV Scale Cycloidal Rotor” (AIAA-2019-3245)
  • Prof Azer P Yalin
    Colorado State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Dual-Pulse Laser Ignition Using Oxygen REMPI Preionization” (AIAA 2019-3117)
  • Carter Butte
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Dual-Pulse Laser Ignition Using Oxygen REMPI Preionization” (AIAA 2019-3117)
  • Dr Ciprian Dumitrache
    CentraleSupelec
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 AIAA Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Dual-Pulse Laser Ignition Using Oxygen REMPI Preionization” (AIAA 2019-3117)
  • Dr Steven J Beresh
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Extending the Frequency Limits of ‘Postage-Stamp PIV’ to MHz Rates” (AIAA 2020-2018)
  • Mrs Melissa M Soehnel
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Extending the Frequency Limits of ‘Postage-Stamp PIV’ to MHz Rates” (AIAA 2020-2018)
  • Mr. Russell Spillers
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Extending the Frequency Limits of ‘Postage-Stamp PIV’ to MHz Rates” (AIAA 2020-2018)
  • Dr Miguel R Visbal
    USAF AFRL/RQVA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Examination of Pitch-Plunge Equivalence for Dynamic Stall over Swept Finite Wings” (AIAA 2020-1759)
  • Dr Daniel J Garmann
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Examination of Pitch-Plunge Equivalence for Dynamic Stall over Swept Finite Wings” (AIAA 2020-1759)
  • Mr Sheng Chu
    Cardiff University
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: “Simultaneous layout and topology optimization of curved stiffened panels” (AIAA-2020-3144)
  • Prof Nicolas R. Gauger
    Technical University of Kaiserslautern
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: “Windowing Regularization Techniques for Unsteady Aerodynamic Shape Optimization” (AIAA-2020-3130)
  • Dr Hyunsun A Kim
    University of California, San Diego
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: “Simultaneous layout and topology optimization of curved stiffened panels” (AIAA-2020-3144)
  • Dr Dimitri J Mavriplis
    University of Wyoming
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: “Advances in the Pseudo-Time Accurate Formulation of the Adjoint and Tangent Systems for Sensitivity Computation and Design” (AIAA-2020-3136)
  • Emmett Padway
    University of Wyoming
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: “Advances in the Pseudo-Time Accurate Formulation of the Adjoint and Tangent Systems for Sensitivity Computation and Design” (AIAA-2020-3136)
  • Steffen Schotthöfer
    TU Kaiserslautern
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: “Windowing Regularization Techniques for Unsteady Aerodynamic Shape Optimization” (AIAA-2020-3130)
  • Dr Scott Townsend
    Cardiff University
    Awarded
    Award: 2020 AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Student Paper Competition
    AIAA Citation: “Simultaneous layout and topology optimization of curved stiffened panels” (AIAA-2020-3144 )
  • Eric J Ching
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Thermophysics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Modeling Heatshield Erosion due to Dust Particle Impacts for Martian Entries” (AIAA 2020-0254)
  • Mr. Ali Guelhan
    DLR - German Aerospace Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Thermophysics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Modeling Heatshield Erosion due to Dust Particle Impacts for Martian Entries” (AIAA 2020-0254)
  • Mr Dirk Allofs
    DLR- Cologne
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Thermophysics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Modeling Heatshield Erosion due to Dust Particle Impacts for Martian Entries” (AIAA 2020-0254)
  • Mr Grant E Palmer
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Thermophysics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Modeling Heatshield Erosion due to Dust Particle Impacts for Martian Entries” (AIAA 2020-0254)
  • Xin Yang
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Complementary Laser Diagnostics of Metastable N2(A3Σu+,v) Molecules in Nonequilibrium Plasmas and in High-Speed Flows” (AIAA 2020-1743)
  • Prof Igor V Adamovich
    Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: 2020 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Student Paper Award
  • Mr Ilya Gulko
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Complementary Laser Diagnostics of Metastable N2(A3Σu+,v) Molecules in Nonequilibrium Plasmas and in High-Speed Flows” (AIAA 2020-1743)
  • Elijah Jans
    The Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Complementary Laser Diagnostics of Metastable N2(A3Σu+,v) Molecules in Nonequilibrium Plasmas and in High-Speed Flows” (AIAA 2020-1743)
  • Terry Miller
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Student Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Complementary Laser Diagnostics of Metastable N2(A3Σu+,v) Molecules in Nonequilibrium Plasmas and in High-Speed Flows” (AIAA 2020-1743)
  • Chang-Kwon Kang
    University of Alabama in Huntsville
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Beneficial Effect of the Coupled Wing-Body Dynamics on Power Consumption in Butterflies” (AIAA 2019-0566)
    AIAA Citation: 2019 Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Student Paper Competition
  • Madhu Sridhar
    University of Alabama, Huntsville
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Beneficial Effect of the Coupled Wing-Body Dynamics on Power Consumption in Butterflies” (AIAA 2019-0566)
    AIAA Citation: 2019 Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Student Paper Competition
  • Mr Hunter G McClelland
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Effects of Model Simplification on Wind Reconstruction During Open-Loop Longitudinal Flight (AIAA 2019-1599)
  • Mr Neale A Watson
    Unversity of Liverpool
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Experimental Validation of the Unsteady CFD-generated Airwake of the HMS Queen Elizabeth (AIAA AIAA 2019-3029)
  • Dr Mark White
    The University of Liverpool
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Experimental Validation of the Unsteady CFD-generated Airwake of the HMS Queen Elizabeth (AIAA AIAA 2019-3029)
  • Dr Matthias Ihme
    Stanford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: the 2020 AIAA Thermophysics Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: “Modeling Heatshield Erosion due to Dust Particle Impacts for Martian Entries” (AIAA 2020-0254)
  • Dr Michael Jones
    DLR - German Aerospace Center
    Awarded
    Award: The Suitability of Objective Motion Criteria for Rotorcraft Manoeuvres (AIAA 2019-0180)
  • Jeff Delaune
    ONERA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Vision-Based Navigation for the NASA Mars Helicopter (AIAA 2019-1411
  • Dr David S Bayard
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Vision-Based Navigation for the NASA Mars Helicopter (AIAA 2019-1411)
  • Travis L Brown
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Vision-Based Navigation for the NASA Mars Helicopter (AIAA 2019-1411)
  • Dr Håvard F Grip
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Vision-Based Navigation for the NASA Mars Helicopter (AIAA 2019-1411)
  • Larry Matthies
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Vision-Based Navigation for the NASA Mars Helicopter (AIAA 2019-1411)
  • Dr Miguel San Martin
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Vision-Based Navigation for the NASA Mars Helicopter (AIAA 2019-1411)
  • Gene Merewether
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Vision-Based Navigation for the NASA Mars Helicopter (AIAA 2019-1411)
  • Roland Brockers
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Vision-Based Navigation for the NASA Mars Helicopter (AIAA 2019-1411)
  • Mr Dylan T Conway
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Vision-Based Navigation for the NASA Mars Helicopter (AIAA 2019-1411)

2019

  • Dr William K Anderson
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Verification of Unstructured Grid Adaptation Components” (AIAA 2019-1723)
  • Dr Marcello Romano
    Naval Postgraduate School
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Best Aerodynamics Paper
    AIAA Citation: “Applied Reachability Analysis for Spacecraft Rendezvous and Docking with a Tumbling Object” (AIAA 2018-2220)
  • Dr Costantinos Zagaris
    Air Force Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Best Aerodynamics Paper
    AIAA Citation: “Applied Reachability Analysis for Spacecraft Rendezvous and Docking with a Tumbling Object” (AIAA 2018-2220)
  • Dr Vishnu R Desaraju
    Toyota Research Institute
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Guidance, Navigation and Control Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Efficient Prioritization in Explicit Adaptive NMPC through Reachable-Space Search" (AIAA 2018-1847)
  • Dr Nathan Michael
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Guidance, Navigation and Control Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Efficient Prioritization in Explicit Adaptive NMPC through Reachable-Space Search" (AIAA 2018-1847)
  • Dr Dmitry S Kamenetskiy
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Meshing, Visualization and Computational Environments Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Generation of Anisotropic Adaptive Meshes for the First AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop" (AIAA 2018-0658)
  • Dr Joshua A Krakos
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Meshing, Visualization and Computational Environments Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Generation of Anisotropic Adaptive Meshes for the First AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop" (AIAA 2018-0658)
  • Dr Todd R Michal
    Boeing Engineering Operations & Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Meshing, Visualization and Computational Environments Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Generation of Anisotropic Adaptive Meshes for the First AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop" (AIAA 2018-0658)
  • Mr Sebastian Hening
    UC Santa Cruz
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Modeling and Simulation Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: “A Modeling, Simulation and Control Framework for Small Unmanned Multicopter Platforms in Urban Environments"” (AIAA 2018-1915)
  • Corey A Ippolito
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Modeling and Simulation Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: “A Modeling, Simulation and Control Framework for Small Unmanned Multicopter Platforms in Urban Environments"” (AIAA 2018-1915)
  • Prof Mykel J Kochenderfer
    Stanford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Modeling and Simulation Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: “Differential Adaptive Stress Testing of Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems” (AIAA 2018-1923)
  • Dr Kalmanje S Krishnakumar
    NASA-Ames Research Center, TI
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Modeling and Simulation Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: “A Modeling, Simulation and Control Framework for Small Unmanned Multicopter Platforms in Urban Environments"” (AIAA 2018-1915)
  • Mr Ritchie Lee
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Modeling and Simulation Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: “Differential Adaptive Stress Testing of Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems” (AIAA 2018-1923)
  • Dr Shankar Sankararaman
    SGT Inc., NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Modeling and Simulation Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: “A Modeling, Simulation and Control Framework for Small Unmanned Multicopter Platforms in Urban Environments"” (AIAA 2018-1915)

2018

  • Zubin P Olikara
    University of Colorado Boulder
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Mapping Connections Between Planar Sun-Earth-Moon Libration Point Orbits" AAS-516
  • Dr Daniel J Scheeres
    University of Colorado Boulder
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Mapping Connections Between Planar Sun-Earth-Moon Libration Point Orbits" AAS-516
  • Erick J S Gantt
    Pointwise, Inc.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Mesh Generation for the NASA High Lift Common Research Model (HL-CRM)" (AIAA 2017-0363)
    AIAA Citation: "Mesh Generation for the NASA High Lift Common Research Model (HL-CRM)" (AIAA 2017-0363)
  • Ms Carolyn Woeber
    Pointwise, Inc.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Mesh Generation for the NASA High Lift Common Research Model (HL-CRM)" (AIAA 2017-0363)
    AIAA Citation: "Mesh Generation for the NASA High Lift Common Research Model (HL-CRM)" (AIAA 2017-0363)
  • Mr Marios Kotsonis
    Delft Technical University of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Secondary Stability Analysis of Crossflow Vortices using BiGlobal Theory on PIV Base Flows” (AIAA 2017-1880)
    AIAA Citation: "Secondary Stability Analysis of Crossflow Vortices using BiGlobal Theory on PIV Base Flows” (AIAA 2017-1880)
  • Dr Steven J Beresh
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2017 Fluid Dynamics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Pulse-Burst PIV of the Supersonic Wake of a Wall-Mounted Hemisphere" (AIAA 2017-3119)
  • John F Henfling
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2017 Fluid Dynamics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: Pulse-Burst PIV of the Supersonic Wake of a Wall-Mounted Hemisphere (AIAA 2017-3119)
  • Mr. Russell Spillers
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2017 Fluid Dynamics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: Pulse-Burst PIV of the Supersonic Wake of a Wall-Mounted Hemisphere (AIAA 2017-3119)
  • Dr David M Driver
    NASA-Ames MS230-2
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2017 Thermophysics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Evidence of Standing Waves in Arc Jet Nozzle Flow", 47th AIAA Thermophysics Conference, AIAA AVIATION Forum, (AIAA 2017-4452)
  • Mr. Frank Hui
    NASA-Ames
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2017 Thermophysics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Evidence of Standing Waves in Arc Jet Nozzle Flow", 47th AIAA Thermophysics Conference, AIAA AVIATION Forum, (AIAA 2017-4452)
  • Christoph Deiler
    DLR- German Aerospace Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2017-3394 "Performance-Based Ice Detection Methodology"
    AIAA Citation: 2017-3394 "Performance-Based Ice Detection Methodology"
  • Dr Nicolas Fezans
    DLR - German Aerospace Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2017-3394 "Performance-Based Ice Detection Methodology"
    AIAA Citation: 2017-3394 "Performance-Based Ice Detection Methodology"
  • Dr Hiroaki Nishikawa
    National Institute of Aerospace
    Awarded
    Award: 2017-4295 Uses of Zero and Negative Volume Elements for Node-Centered Edge-Based Discretization
    AIAA Citation: 2017-4295 Uses of Zero and Negative Volume Elements for Node-Centered Edge-Based Discretization
  • Dr Keisuke Asai
    Tohoku University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "First Results of Lifetime-Based Unsteady PSP Measurement on a Pitching Airfoil in Transonic Flow" (AIAA 2018-1030)
  • Mr. Kazuyuki Nakakita
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "First Results of Lifetime-Based Unsteady PSP Measurement on a Pitching Airfoil in Transonic Flow" (AIAA 2018-1030)
  • Dr Taku Nonomura
    Tohoku University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "First Results of Lifetime-Based Unsteady PSP Measurement on a Pitching Airfoil in Transonic Flow" (AIAA 2018-1030)
  • Dr Kenichi Saitoh
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "First Results of Lifetime-Based Unsteady PSP Measurement on a Pitching Airfoil in Transonic Flow" (AIAA 2018-1030)
  • Mr Yosuke Sugioka
    Tohoku University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "First Results of Lifetime-Based Unsteady PSP Measurement on a Pitching Airfoil in Transonic Flow" (AIAA 2018-1030)
  • Mr Michael J Aftosmis
    NASA-Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Cart3D Simulations for the Second AIAA Sonic Boom Prediction Workshop", 35th AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Conference, AIAA AVIATION Forum, (AIAA 2017-3255)
  • Mr George R Anderson
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Cart3D Simulations for the Second AIAA Sonic Boom Prediction Workshop", 35th AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Conference, AIAA AVIATION Forum, (AIAA 2017-3255)
  • Dr Marian Nemec
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Cart3D Simulations for the Second AIAA Sonic Boom Prediction Workshop", 35th AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Conference, AIAA AVIATION Forum, (AIAA 2017-3255)
  • Dr Brian R Hollis
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded
    Award: 2018 Ground Test Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Correlation of Recent and Historical Rough-Wall Transition Data on Hemispherical Nosetips" (AIAA 2017-3986)
  • Mr Xander Mobertz
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Modeling and Simulation Technologies Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Effects of Motion Cues on the Training of Multi-Axis Manual Control Skills" (AIAA 2017-3473)
  • Dr Peter Zaal
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Modeling and Simulation Technologies Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Effects of Motion Cues on the Training of Multi-Axis Manual Control Skills" (AIAA 2017-3473)
  • Prof Igor V Adamovich
    Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Measurements and Kinetic Modeling of Radical Species in Diluted Fuel-Oxidizer Mixtures Excited by a Repetitive Nanosecond Pulse Discharge" (AIAA 2018-1194)
  • Zakari Eckert
    Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Measurements and Kinetic Modeling of Radical Species in Diluted Fuel-Oxidizer Mixtures Excited by a Repetitive Nanosecond Pulse Discharge" (AIAA 2018-1194)
  • Dr Kraig Frederickson
    The Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Measurements and Kinetic Modeling of Radical Species in Diluted Fuel-Oxidizer Mixtures Excited by a Repetitive Nanosecond Pulse Discharge" (AIAA 2018-1194)
  • Dr Zhiyao Yin
    DLR-German Aerospace Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Measurements and Kinetic Modeling of Radical Species in Diluted Fuel-Oxidizer Mixtures Excited by a Repetitive Nanosecond Pulse Discharge" (AIAA 2018-1194)
  • Caroline Winters
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2018 Plasmadynamics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Measurements and Kinetic Modeling of Radical Species in Diluted Fuel-Oxidizer Mixtures Excited by a Repetitive Nanosecond Pulse Discharge" (AIAA 2018-1194)
  • Mr. David H Klyde
    Systems Technology, Inc.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Evaluation of a Steep Turn Spatial Disorientation Demonstration Scenario for Commercial Pilot Training 2017-1079
    AIAA Citation: Evaluation of a Steep Turn Spatial Disorientation Demonstration Scenario for Commercial Pilot Training.2017-1079
  • Eric N Johnson
    Pennsylvania State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Multiple-Model Adaptive Estimation for Measurements with Unknown Time Delay (AIAA 2017-1260)
    AIAA Citation: Multiple-Model Adaptive Estimation for Measurements with Unknown Time Delay (AIAA 2017-1260)
  • Kyuman Lee
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Multiple-Model Adaptive Estimation for Measurements with Unknown Time Delay (AIAA 2017-1260)
    AIAA Citation: Multiple-Model Adaptive Estimation for Measurements with Unknown Time Delay (AIAA 2017-1260)
  • Mr Koen J. Groot
    Delft University of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Secondary Stability Analysis of Crossflow Vortices using BiGlobal Theory on PIV Base Flows (AIAA 2017-1880)
    AIAA Citation: Secondary Stability Analysis of Crossflow Vortices using BiGlobal Theory on PIV Base Flows (AIAA 2017-1880)
  • Mr Jacopo Serpieri
    TU Delft
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Secondary Stability Analysis of Crossflow Vortices using BiGlobal Theory on PIV Base Flows (AIAA 2017-1880)
    AIAA Citation: Secondary Stability Analysis of Crossflow Vortices using BiGlobal Theory on PIV Base Flows (AIAA 2017-1880)
  • Prof Mark Drela
    Massachusettes Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Towards a Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction (AIAA 2017-4340)
    AIAA Citation: Towards a Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction (AIAA 2017-4340)
  • Mr Max M Opgenoord
    Amazon Prime Air
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Towards a Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction (AIAA 2017-4340)
    AIAA Citation: Towards a Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction (AIAA 2017-4340)
  • Dr Karen E Willcox
    University of Texas, Austin
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Towards a Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction (AIAA 2017-4340)
    AIAA Citation: Towards a Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction (AIAA 2017-4340)
  • Dr Ryan C Kitson
    Awarded
    Award: Unsteady Fluid-Structure-Jet Interactions of Agile High-Speed Vehicles (AIAA 2017-3549)
    AIAA Citation: Unsteady Fluid-Structure-Jet Interactions of Agile High-Speed Vehicles (AIAA 2017-3549)

2017

  • Mr Tom Berger
    US Army Aviation Development Directorate
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Handling Qualities Flight Test Assessment of a Business Jet NzU P-β Fly-By-Wire Control System"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1398
  • Dr M Christopher Cotting
    US Air Force Test Pilot School
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Handling Qualities Flight Test Assessment of a Business Jet NzU P-β Fly-By-Wire Control System"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1398
  • MAJ James L Gresham
    452 FLTS
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Handling Qualities Flight Test Assessment of a Business Jet NzU P-β Fly-By-Wire Control System"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1398
  • Mr Steven G Hagerott
    Textron Aviation
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Handling Qualities Flight Test Assessment of a Business Jet NzU P-β Fly-By-Wire Control System"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1398
  • CAPT Justin Howland
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Handling Qualities Flight Test Assessment of a Business Jet NzU P-β Fly-By-Wire Control System"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1398
  • Kyle J Krogh
    USAF Academy
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Handling Qualities Flight Test Assessment of a Business Jet NzU P-β Fly-By-Wire Control System"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1398
  • Dr Mark B Tischler, ST
    US Army Aviation Development Directorate (AMRDEC)
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Handling Qualities Flight Test Assessment of a Business Jet NzU P-β Fly-By-Wire Control System"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1398
  • Dr Ari Glezer
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Aerodynamic Flow Control of Wake Dynamics Coupled to a Moving Bluff Body”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4081
  • Mr Thomas John Lambert
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Aerodynamic Flow Control of Wake Dynamics Coupled to a Moving Bluff Body”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4081
  • Dr Bojan Vukasinovic
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Aerodynamic Flow Control of Wake Dynamics Coupled to a Moving Bluff Body”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4081
  • Christoph Deiler
    DLR- German Aerospace Center
    Awarded
    Award: “Aerodynamic Modeling, System Identification and Analysis of Iced Aircraft Configurations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-3852
  • Mr. David H Klyde
    Systems Technology, Inc.
    Awarded
    Award: “Development of Spatial Disorientation Demonstration Scenarios for Commercial Pilot Training”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1180
  • Dr Amanda K Lampton
    Systems Technology, Inc.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Development of Spatial Disorientation Demonstration Scenarios for Commercial Pilot Training”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1180
  • Philip C Schulze
    Systems Technology, Inc.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Development of Spatial Disorientation Demonstration Scenarios for Commercial Pilot Training”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1180
  • Mr Thomas Andrew McManus
    Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Quantitative 2D Temperature Imaging in Turbulent Nonpremixed Jet Flames Using Filtered Rayleigh Scattering"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1408
  • Prof Jeffrey Alan Sutton
    Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Quantitative 2D Temperature Imaging in Turbulent Nonpremixed Jet Flames Using Filtered Rayleigh Scattering”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1408
  • Ianko Chterev
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded
    Award: “Simultaneous High Speed (5 kHz) Fuel-PLIF, OH-PLIF and Stereo PIV Imaging of Pressurized Swirl-Stabilized Flames using Liquid Fuels”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-0152
  • Dr David K Schmidt
    Retired f/University of Colorado
    Awarded
    Award: “Stability Augmentation and Active Flutter Suppression of a Flexible Flying-Wing Drone”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-2099
  • Mr Gustavo E. C. Fujiwara
    Awarded
    Award: 2017-4375 3D Computational Icing Method for Aircraft Conceptual Design
    AIAA Citation: 2017-4375 3D Computational Icing Method for Aircraft Conceptual Design
  • Dr Aaron Michael Brandis
    AMA Inc at NASA Ames
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Benchmark Shock Tube Experiments of Radiative Heating Relevant to Earth Re-entry
  • Dr Brett A Cruden
    AMA Inc at NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Benchmark Shock Tube Experiments of Radiative Heating Relevant to Earth Re-entry
  • Mr James John Paulos
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Cyclic Blade Pitch Control for Small UAV Without a Swashplate
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1186
  • Prof Mark me Yim
    university of Pennsylvania Philadelphia
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Cyclic Blade Pitch Control for Small UAV Without a Swashplate
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1186
  • Anthony D Gardner
    DLR
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Dynamic Stall Simulations on a Pitching Finite Wing
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4166
  • Kurt Kaufmann
    DLR-German Aerospace Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Dynamic Stall Simulations on a Pitching Finite Wing
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4166
  • Christoph Merz
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Dynamic Stall Simulations on a Pitching Finite Wing
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4166
  • Jack R Edwards
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: LES/RANS Modeling of Aero-Optical Effects in a Supersonic Cavity Flow
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-3531
  • Mr Ilya A Zilberter
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: LES/RANS Modeling of Aero-Optical Effects in a Supersonic Cavity Flow
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-3531
  • Mr Frank M Drop
    MPI for Biological Cybernetics
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Objective ARX Model Order Selection for Multi-Channel Human Operator Identification
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4299
  • Prof Max Mulder
    Delft Technical University of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Objective ARX Model Order Selection for Multi-Channel Human Operator Identification
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4299
  • Dr Daan M Pool
    Delft University of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Objective ARX Model Order Selection for Multi-Channel Human Operator Identification
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4299
  • Dr Marinus M van Paassen
    Delft University of Technology - Aerospace Engineering
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Objective ARX Model Order Selection for Multi-Channel Human Operator Identification
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-4299
  • Prof Igor V Adamovich
    Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: OH Radical Measurements in Hydrogen-Air Mixtures at the Conditions of Strong Vibrational Nonequilibrium
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1584
  • Dr Kraig Frederickson
    The Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: OH Radical Measurements in Hydrogen-Air Mixtures at the Conditions of Strong Vibrational Nonequilibrium
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1584
  • Ms Yichen Hung
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: OH Radical Measurements in Hydrogen-Air Mixtures at the Conditions of Strong Vibrational Nonequilibrium
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1584
  • Elijah Jans
    The Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: OH Radical Measurements in Hydrogen-Air Mixtures at the Conditions of Strong Vibrational Nonequilibrium
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-184
  • Caroline Winters
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: OH Radical Measurements in Hydrogen-Air Mixtures at the Conditions of Strong Vibrational Nonequilibrium
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1584
  • Mr Behrad Vatankhahghadim
    University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies
    Awarded
    Award: Passivity-Based Magnetic Attitude Control with Impulsive Thrusting
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2017-1738
  • Prof Christopher J Atkin
    City University London
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: The influence of the spatial frequency content of discrete roughness distributions on the development of the crossflow instability
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-3931
  • Dr Marco Placidi
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: The influence of the spatial frequency content of discrete roughness distributions on the development of the crossflow instability
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-3931
  • Ms Evelien van Bokhorst
    Evelien van Bokhorst
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: The influence of the spatial frequency content of discrete roughness distributions on the development of the crossflow instability
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-3931

2016

  • Mr Adam Friss
    Colorado State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Development of a Cavity Enhanced Thomson and Raman Scattering Diagnostic,"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1698
  • Dr Christopher Limbach
    Texas A&M University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Development of a Cavity Enhanced Thomson and Raman Scattering Diagnostic,"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1698
  • Prof Azer P Yalin
    Colorado State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Development of a Cavity Enhanced Thomson and Raman Scattering Diagnostic,"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1698
  • Javier A Fuentealba
    Textron Aviation
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “A Coupled Lateral/Directional Flight Dynamics and Structural Model for Flight Control Design”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0906
  • Mr Steven G Hagerott
    Textron Aviation
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “A Coupled Lateral/Directional Flight Dynamics and Structural Model for Flight Control Design”
    AIAA Citation: AIA 2015-0906
  • Ondrej Juhasz
    US Army ADD
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “A Coupled Lateral/Directional Flight Dynamics and Structural Model for Flight Control Design”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0906
  • Dr David L Staples
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “A Coupled Lateral/Directional Flight Dynamics and Structural Model for Flight Control Design”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0906
  • Dr Mark B Tischler, ST
    US Army Aviation Development Directorate (AMRDEC)
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “A Coupled Lateral/Directional Flight Dynamics and Structural Model for Flight Control Design”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0906
  • Prof Tim Barth
    NASA-Ames
    Awarded
    Award: “An Overview of Combined Uncertainty and A-Posteriori Error Bound Estimates for CFD Calculations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1062
  • Murali Gopal Muraleedharan
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Heat Transport in Aqueous Suspensions of Alumina Nanoparticles”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-0509
  • Dr Dilip Srinivas Sundaram
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Heat Transport in Aqueous Suspensions of Alumina Nanoparticles”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-0509
  • Dr Vigor Yang
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Heat Transport in Aqueous Suspensions of Alumina Nanoparticles”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-0509
  • Dr Antony Jameson
    Stanford University
    Awarded
    Award: “Origins and Further Development of the Jameson-Schmidt-Turkel Scheme”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-2718
  • Mr Bradley D Butler
    University of Kentucky
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Spectral, Directional Emittance at Elevated Temperatures for Various Materials”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1981
  • Mr Helmut Koch
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Spectral, Directional Emittance at Elevated Temperatures for Various Materials”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1981
  • Dr Dusan Sekulic
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Spectral, Directional Emittance at Elevated Temperatures for Various Materials”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1981
  • Prof Michael Winter
    University of Kentucky
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Spectral, Directional Emittance at Elevated Temperatures for Various Materials”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-1981
  • Prof Soon-Jo Chung
    California Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Swarm Assignment and Trajectory Optimization Using Variable-Swarm, Distributed Auction Assignment and Model Predictive Control”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0599
  • Dr Fred Y Hadaegh
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Swarm Assignment and Trajectory Optimization Using Variable-Swarm, Distributed Auction Assignment and Model Predictive Control”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0599
  • Mr Daniel Morgan
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Swarm Assignment and Trajectory Optimization Using Variable-Swarm, Distributed Auction Assignment and Model Predictive Control”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0599
  • Prof David Greenblatt
    Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
    Awarded
    Award: “Unsteady Low-Speed Wind Tunnel Design”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-2861
  • Dr James A C Knowles
    Loughborough University
    Awarded
    Award: A Bifurcation Study of a Dynamic Model of a Nose Landing Gear Mechanism Subjected to External Disturbances
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0653
  • Dr Hong Q Yang
    CFD Research Corporation
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Multi-Phase CFD Technique with Cavitation and Fluid-Structure Interaction
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3419
  • Mr David A Shikany
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An Evaluation of Several Staff Models for Commercial Transport Training
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1002
  • Mr Gustavo E. C. Fujiwara
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Computational and Experimental Ice Accretions of Large Swept wings in the Icing Research Tunnel
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-3734
  • Dr John Dannenhoffer III
    Syracuse University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Design Sensitivity Calculations Directly on CAD-Based Geometry
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1370
  • Dr Earl P Duque
    Intelligent Light
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: EPIC – An Extract Plug-In Components Toolkit for in-Situ Extracts Architecture
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3410
  • Dr Steven E Gorrell
    Brigham Young University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: EPIC – An Extract Plug-In Components Toolkit for in-Situ Extracts Architecture
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3410
  • Prof Matthew R Jones
    Brigham Young University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: EPIC – An Extract Plug-In Components Toolkit for in-Situ Extracts Architecture
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3410
  • Ronald A Spencer
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: EPIC – An Extract Plug-In Components Toolkit for in-Situ Extracts Architecture
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3410
  • Dr Christopher P Stone
    Computational Science and Engineering
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: EPIC – An Extract Plug-In Components Toolkit for in-Situ Extracts Architecture
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3410
  • Robert Haimes
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: EPIC-An Extract Plug-In Components Toolkit for In-Situ Extracts Architecture
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3410
  • Krzysztof Fidkowski
    University of Michigan
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Improving High-Order Finite Element Approximation Through Geometrical Warping
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3605
  • Ms Devina Pribadi Sanjaya
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Improving High-Order Finite Element Approximation Through Geometrical Warping
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3605
  • Dr Michael A Bolender
    Air Force Research Lab
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Rapid, Robust Trajectory Design Using Indirect Optimization Methods
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-2401
  • Michael J Grant
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Rapid, Robust Trajectory Design Using Indirect Optimization Methods
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-2401
  • Dale A Lawrence
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Recent Advances in Heliogyro Solar Sail Structural Dynamics, Stability, and Control Research
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0431
  • Dr Stephen J Garrett
    University of Leicester
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: The Effect of Initial Conditions on Streamwise Vortices in the Plane Turbulent Mixing Layer
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-2617
  • Dr William A McMullan
    University of Leicester
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: The Effect of Initial Conditions on Streamwise Vortices in the Plane Turbulent Mixing Layer
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-2617
  • Dr Steven J Beresh
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Time-Resolved PIV in a Shock Tube
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-0791
  • Dr Katya M Casper
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Time-Resolved PIV in a Shock Tube
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-0791
  • Dr Edward P DeMauro
    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Time-Resolved PIV in a Shock Tube
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-0791
  • Justin Lawrence Wagner
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Time-Resolved PIV in a Shock Tube
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-0791

2015

  • William R Burns
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "A Latency-Tolerant Architecture for Airborne Adaptive Optic Systems"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0679
  • Stanislav Gordeyev
    University of Notre Dame
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "A Latency-Tolerant Architecture for Airborne Adaptive Optic Systems"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0679
  • Dr Eric J Jumper
    University of Notre Dame
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "A Latency-Tolerant Architecture for Airborne Adaptive Optic Systems"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0679
  • Mr David Michael Dawson
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Large Eddy Simulation of a Three-Dimensional Compression Ramp Shock-Turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1518
  • Dr Jeffery A Schroeder
    Federal Aviation Administration
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Transfer of Training on the Vertical Motion Simulator"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2206
  • Prof Igor V Adamovich
    Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Electric Field Measurements in a Dielectric Barrier Nanosecond Pulse Discharge with Sub-nanosecond Time Resolution”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0935
  • Ivan Shkurenkov
    The Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Electric Field Measurements in a Dielectric Barrier Nanosecond Pulse Discharge with Sub-nanosecond Time Resolution”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0935
  • Mr Jared K Cooper
    Barron Associates Inc
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Frequency-Domain Method for Automated Simulation Updates based on Flight Data”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0472
  • Dr Eugene A Morelli
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Frequency-Domain Method for Automated Simulation Updates based on Flight Data”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0472
  • Mr Joaquim Neto Dias
    Awarded
    Award: “High Angle of Attack Model Identification with Compressibility Effects”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1477
  • Prof Graham V Candler
    University of Minnesota
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Microscale Simulations of Porous TPS Materials: Application to Permeability”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2247
  • Ioannis Nompelis
    University of Minnesota
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Microscale Simulations of Porous TPS Materials: Application to Permeability”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2247
  • Prof Thomas E Schwartzentruber
    University of Minnesota
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Microscale Simulations of Porous TPS Materials: Application to Permeability”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2247
  • Dr Eric Stern
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Microscale Simulations of Porous TPS Materials: Application to Permeability”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2247
  • Karen T Berger
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “NASA Langley Experimental Aerothermodynamic Contributions to Slender and Winged Hypersonic Vehicles”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0213
  • Scott A Berry
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “NASA Langley Experimental Aerothermodynamic Contributions to Slender and Winged Hypersonic Vehicles”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0213
  • Dr Paul M Danehy
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Pressure Monitoring using Hybrid fs/ps Rotational CARS”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1696
  • Dr Sean P Kearney
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Pressure Monitoring using Hybrid fs/ps Rotational CARS”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1696
  • Dr Ryan J Meritt
    Ahmic Aerospace LLC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Skin Friction Sensor Validation for High-Speed, High-Enthalpy Flow Application,”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2800
  • Dr Joseph A Schetz
    Virginia Tech
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Skin Friction Sensor Validation for High-Speed, High-Enthalpy Flow Applications”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2800
  • Dr Peter Zaal
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Transfer of Training on the Vertical Motion Simulato,”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2206
  • William L Kleb
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Uncertainty Quantification and Certification Prediction of Low-Boom Supersonic Aircraft Configurations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2139
  • Dr Michael A Park
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Uncertainty Quantification and Certification Prediction of Low-Boom Supersonic Aircraft Configurations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2139
  • Dr Eric L Walker
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Uncertainty Quantification and Certification Prediction of Low-Boom Supersonic Aircraft Configurations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2139
  • Dr Thomas K West
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Uncertainty Quantification and Certification Prediction of Low-Boom Supersonic Aircraft Configurations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2139
  • Beckett Yx Zhou
    Technical University of Kaiserslautern
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Discrete Adjoint Framework for Unsteady Aerodynamic
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3335
  • Mr Tim Adrian Albring
    TU Kaiserslautern
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Discrete Adjoint Framework for Unsteady Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Optimization
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3335
  • Prof Juan J Alonso
    Stanford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Discrete Adjoint Framework for Unsteady Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Optimization
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3335
  • Dr Thomas D Economon
    Robert Bosch LLC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Discrete Adjoint Framework for Unsteady Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Optimization
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3335
  • Prof Nicolas R. Gauger
    Technical University of Kaiserslautern
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Discrete Adjoint Framework for Unsteady Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Optimization
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3335
  • Dr Francisco Palacios
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Discrete Adjoint Framework for Unsteady Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Optimization
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3335
  • Mr Beckett Zhou
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Discrete Adjoint Framework for Unsteady Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Optimization
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3335
  • Dr Judith S Burki-Cohen
    USDOT-RITA-Volpe Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An Evaluation of Several Staff Models for Commercial Transport Training
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1002
  • Paul P Desrochers
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An Evaluation of Several Staff Models for Commercial Transport Training
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1002
  • Mr David R Gingras
    Bihrle Applied Research Inc.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An Evaluation of Several Staff Models for Commercial Transport Training
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1002
  • Dr Jeffery A Schroeder
    Federal Aviation Administration
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An Evaluation of Several Staff Models for Commercial Transport Training
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1002
  • Mr William B Blake
    Air Force Reseach Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Benefits of Formation Flight of Extended Duration Considering Fuel Burn
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-2234
  • Dr Atilla Dogan
    University of Texas at Arlington
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Benefits of Formation Flight of Extended Duration Considering Fuel Burn
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-2234
  • Dr Wendy Okolo
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Benefits of Formation Flight of Extended Duration Considering Fuel Burn
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-2234
  • Robert Haimes
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Design Sensitivity Calculations Directly on CAD-Based Geometry
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1370
  • Dr Benjamin M Goldberg
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Electric Field Measurements in a Dielectric Barrier Nanosecond Pulse Discharge with Sub-nanosecond Time Resolution
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0935
  • Prof Walter R Lempert
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Electric Field Measurements in a Dielectric Barrier Nanosecond Pulse Discharge with Sub-nanosecond Time Resolution
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0935
  • Dr Sean B O'Byrne
    The University of New South Wales
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Electric Field Measurements in a Dielectric Barrier Nanosecond Pulse Discharge with Sub-nanosecond Time Resolution
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-0935
  • Prof Sanjiva K Lele
    Stanford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Large Eddy Simulation of a Three-Dimensional Compression Ramp Shock-Turbulent Boundary Layer Interaction
    AIAA Citation: Fluid Dynamics Best Paper
  • Mr William B Blake
    Air Force Reseach Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Ride Quality Within Trail Aircraft in Formation Flight
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3325
  • Dr Atilla Dogan
    University of Texas at Arlington
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Ride Quality Within Trail Aircraft in Formation Flight
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3325
  • Dr Wendy Okolo
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Ride Quality Within Trail Aircraft In Formation Flight
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-3325
  • Mr Alexander W Chin
    NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Robust Model Filtering and Control of the X-56A Model with Simulated Fiber Optic Sensor Failures
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2053
  • Dr Dimitri N Mavris
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Robust Model Filtering and Control of the X-56A Model with Simulated Fiber Optic Sensor Failures
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2053
  • Peter Michael Suh
    NASA Armstrong Ctr/Dryden Space Flight Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Robust Model Filtering and Control of the X-56A Model with Simulated Fiber Optic Sensor Failures
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2053
  • Dr Peter Zaal
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Transfer of Training on the Vertical Motion Simulator
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2206

2014

  • Dr Frank Fresconi III
    US Army Research Lab
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Impact Point Model Predictive Control of a Spin-Stabilized Projectile with Instability Protection”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4509
  • Mr André Kaden
    Technische Universität Berlin
    Awarded
    Award: “Modeling Wake Vortex Roll-Up and Vortex-Induced Forces and Moments for Tight Formation Flight”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-5076
  • Prof Robert Luckner
    Technische Universitaet Berlin
    Awarded
    Award: “Modeling Wake Vortex Roll-Up and Vortex-Induced Forces and Moments for Tight Formation Flight”
    AIAA Citation: Paper 2013-5076
  • Dr Timothy A Eymann
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Multidimensional Active Flux Schemes”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-2940
  • Prof Philip L Roe
    University of Michigan
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Multidimensional Active Flux Schemes”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-2940
  • Prof Ryan Caverly
    University of Minnesota
    Awarded
    Award: “Propeller Slipstream Model for Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”
    AIAA Citation: Paper 2013-4907
  • Mr Waqas Khan
    Awarded
    Award: “Propeller Slipstream Model for Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4907
  • Prof Meyer Nahon
    McGill University
    Awarded
    Award: “Propeller Slipstream Model for Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”
    AIAA Citation: Paper 2013-4907
  • Dr Brian G Allan
    NASA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Visualization and Analysis of Vortex Features in Helicopter Rotor Wakes”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-112
  • Dr Jasim U Ahmad
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Visualization and Analysis of Vortex Features in Helicopter Rotor Wakes”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-1162
  • Dr Terry L Holst
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Visualization and Analysis of Vortex Features in Helicopter Rotor Wakes”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-1162
  • David L Kao
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Visualization and Analysis of Vortex Features in Helicopter Rotor Wakes”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-1162
  • Prof Juan J Alonso
    Stanford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Adjoint-Based Aerothermodynamic Shape Design of Hypersonic Vehicles in Non-Equilibrium Flows
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0513
  • Sean Russell Copeland
    Standford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Adjoint-Based Aerothermodynamic Shape Design of Hypersonic Vehicles in Non-Equilibrium Flows
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0513
  • Dr Steven J Beresh
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Deployment of Particle Image Velocimetry into the Lockheed Martin High Speed Wind Tunnel
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1238
  • Mr Kurt Chankaya
    Lockheed Martin
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Deployment of Particle Image Velocimetry into the Lockheed Martin High Speed Wind Tunnel
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1238
  • Mr Michael C McWithey
    Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Deployment of Particle Image Velocimetry into the Lockheed Martin High Speed Wind Tunnel
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1238
  • Mr. Russell Spillers
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Deployment of Particle Image Velocimetry into the Lockheed Martin High Speed Wind Tunnel
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1238
  • Justin Lawrence Wagner
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Deployment of Particle Image Velocimetry into the Lockheed Martin High Speed Wind Tunnel
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1238
  • Mr Francis R. Salama
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Derivation and Comparison between Numerical Based and Novel Analytical Compromise Solutions to the Multi-Objective Control Allocation Problem
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0780
  • Dr Al Savvaris
    Cranfield University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Derivation and Comparison between Numerical Based and Novel Analytical Compromise Solutions to the Multi-Objective Control Allocation Problem
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0780
  • Dr Paul M Danehy
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Development of a Dual-Pump CARS System for Measurements in a Supersonic Combusting Free Jet
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-1193
  • Prof Daniel J Bodony
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Direct Numerical Simulation Of The Aeroelastic Response Of A Panel Under High Speed Turbulent Boundary Layers
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-3200
  • Prof Philippe H Geubelle
    University of Illinois
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Direct Numerical Simulation Of The Aeroelastic Response Of A Panel Under High Speed Turbulent Boundary Layers
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-3200
  • Christopher Mark Ostoich
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Direct Numerical Simulation Of The Aeroelastic Response Of A Panel Under High Speed Turbulent Boundary Layers
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-3200
  • Dr Luca Maria Luigi Cantu
    The George Washington University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Dual-Pump CARS Of Air In A Heated Pressure Vessel Up To 55 Bar and 1300 K
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1098
  • Dr Andrew D Cutler
    The George Washington University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Dual-Pump CARS Of Air In A Heated Pressure Vessel Up To 55 Bar and 1300 K
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1098
  • Dr Paul M Danehy
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Dual-Pump CARS Of Air In A Heated Pressure Vessel Up To 55 Bar and 1300 K
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1098
  • Dr Emanuela Carolina Angela Gallo
    The George Washington University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Dual-Pump CARS Of Air In A Heated Pressure Vessel Up To 55 Bar and 1300 K
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1098
  • Prof Kathleen C Howell
    Purdue University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Enhanced Visualization and Autonomous Extraction Of Poincare Map Toplogy
    AIAA Citation: AAS 13-903
  • Xavier M Tricoche
    University of Utah
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Enhanced Visualization and Autonomous Extraction Of Poincare Map Toplogy
    AIAA Citation: AAS 13-903
  • Mr Andrei Klochko
    Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas - LPP
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Experimental And Numerical Study Of Fast Gas Heating And O Atom Production In A Capillary Nanosecond Discharge
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1030
  • Dr Nikolay A. Popov
    Skobeltsyn Research Institute of Nuclear Physics
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Experimental And Numerical Study Of Fast Gas Heating And O Atom Production In A Capillary Nanosecond Discharge
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-1030
  • Kevin D Anderson
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Experimental Validation of Pulse Phase Tracking for X-ray Pulsar Based Spacecraft Navigation
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-5202
  • Dr Darryll J Pines
    University of Maryland
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Experimental Validation of Pulse Phase Tracking for X-ray Pulsar Based Spacecraft Navigation
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-5202
  • Mr Jeffrey A Ouellette
    NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flight Testing of a Subscale Aeroseroelastic Aircraft
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0032
  • Prof Mayuresh Patil
    Virginia Tech
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flight Testing of a Subscale Aeroseroelastic Aircraft
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0032
  • Prof Craig A Woolsey
    Virginia Tech
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flight Testing of a Subscale Aeroseroelastic Aircraft
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0032
  • Mr Stefan Buehler
    ETH Zürich
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flow Dynamics and Aeroacoustics of Heated Coaxial Jets at Subsonic Mach Numbers
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2759
  • Mr Michael Gloor
    ETH Zürich
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flow Dynamics and Aeroacoustics of Heated Coaxial Jets at Subsonic Mach Numbers
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2759
  • Prof Leonhard Kleiser
    ETH Zürich
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flow Dynamics and Aeroacoustics of Heated Coaxial Jets at Subsonic Mach Numbers
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2759
  • Anthony M Agelastos
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Over Wing Nacelle Installations for Improved Energy Efficiency
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-2920
  • John R Hooker
    Vortex Control Technologies
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Over Wing Nacelle Installations for Improved Energy Efficiency
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-2920
  • Andrew T Wick
    Vortex Control Technologies
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Over Wing Nacelle Installations for Improved Energy Efficiency
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-2920
  • Cale H Zeune
    AFRL/RQVA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Over Wing Nacelle Installations for Improved Energy Efficiency
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-2920
  • Prof Juan J Alonso
    Stanford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Simulation of Reacting Flows in Magnetic Fields with Preconditioning
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-2754
  • Mrs Amrita Kuldeep Lonkar
    Stanford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Simulation of Reacting Flows in Magnetic Fields with Preconditioning
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-2754
  • Dr Robert D Braun
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Virtual Deformation Control of the X-56A Model with Simulated Fiber Optic Sensors
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-2381
  • Mr Alexander W Chin
    NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Virtual Deformation Control of the X-56A Model with Simulated Fiber Optic Sensors
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4844
  • Peter Michael Suh
    NASA Armstrong Ctr/Dryden Space Flight Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Virtual Deformation Control of the X-56A Model with Simulated Fiber Optic Sensors
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4844

2013

  • Perry L Johnson
    University of Central Florida
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Large Eddy Simulations of the Hydrodynamic and Thermal Fields from a Cylindrical Film Cooling Hole"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-3311
  • Dr Jayanta S Kapat
    University of Central Florida
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Large Eddy Simulations of the Hydrodynamic and Thermal Fields from a Cylindrical Film Cooling Hole"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-3311
  • Mr Lucky V Tran
    CATER
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Large Eddy Simulations of the Hydrodynamic and Thermal Fields from a Cylindrical Film Cooling Hole"
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-3311
  • Nuno Filipe
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Adaptive Model-Independent Tracking of Rigid Body Position and Attitude Motion with Mass and Inertia Matrix Identification using Dual Quaternions”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-5173
  • Dr Panagiotis Tsiotras
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Adaptive Model-Independent Tracking of Rigid Body Position and Attitude Motion with Mass and Inertia Matrix Identification using Dual Quaternions”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-5173
  • Dr Girish Chowdhary
    Oklahoma State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Experimental Demonstration of Multi-Agent Learning and Planning under Uncertainty for Persistent Missions with Automated Battery Management”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4622
  • Joshua D Redding
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Experimental Demonstration of Multi-Agent Learning and Planning under Uncertainty for Persistent Missions with Automated Battery Management”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4622
  • Mr Tuna Toksoz
    Massachusettes Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Experimental Demonstration of Multi-Agent Learning and Planning under Uncertainty for Persistent Missions with Automated Battery Management”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4622
  • Matthew A Vavrina
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Experimental Demonstration of Multi-Agent Learning and Planning under Uncertainty for Persistent Missions with Automated Battery Management”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4622
  • Dr John L Vian
    The Boeing Company
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Experimental Demonstration of Multi-Agent Learning and Planning under Uncertainty for Persistent Missions with Automated Battery Management”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4622
  • Michael J Acheson
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “High Reynolds Number Active Blowing Semi-Span Force Measurement System Development”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-3318
  • Scott L Goodliff
    Jacobs Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “High Reynolds Number Active Blowing Semi-Span Force Measurement System Development”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-3318
  • Dr Gregory S Jones
    NASA-Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “High Reynolds Number Active Blowing Semi-Span Force Measurement System Development”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-3318
  • Keith C Lynn
    ATI Industrial Automation
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “High Reynolds Number Active Blowing Semi-Span Force Measurement System Development”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-2218
  • Dr William E Milholen II
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “High Reynolds Number Active Blowing Semi-Span Force Measurement System Development”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-3318
  • Ray Rhew
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “High Reynolds Number Active Blowing Semi-Span Force Measurement System Development”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-3318
  • Dr Mark Costello
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Impact Point Model Predictive Control of a Spin-Stabilized Projectile with Instability Protection”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4509
  • Matthew Gross
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Impact Point Model Predictive Control of a Spin-Stabilized Projectile with Instability Protection”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4509
  • Dr Daniel J Garmann
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Investigation Of Aspect Ratio And Dynamic Effects Due To Rotation For A Revolving Wing Using High-Fidelity Simulation”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0086
  • Prof Paul D Orkwis
    University of Cincinnati
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Investigation Of Aspect Ratio And Dynamic Effects Due To Rotation For A Revolving Wing Using High-Fidelity Simulation”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0086
  • Dr Brett F Bathel
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “NO PLIF Visualization of the Orion capsule in LENS-I”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0033
  • Dr Noel T Clemens
    The University of Texas at Austin
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “NO PLIF Visualization of the Orion capsule in LENS-I”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0033
  • Dr Christopher S Combs
    The University of Texas at San Antonio
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “NO PLIF Visualization of the Orion capsule in LENS-I”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0033
  • Dr Michael S Holden
    CUBRC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “NO PLIF Visualization of the Orion capsule in LENS-I”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0033
  • Dr Benjamin Kirk
    NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “NO PLIF Visualization of the Orion capsule in LENS-I”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0033
  • Mr Tim P Wadhams
    CUBRC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “NO PLIF Visualization of the Orion capsule in LENS-I”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0033
  • Dr Paul M Danehy
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “NO PLIF Visualization of the Orion capsule in LENS-I”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0033
  • Dr Rauno Cavallaro
    Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Nonlinear Analysis of PrandtlPlane Joined Wings. Part II-Effects of Anisotropy”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-1462
  • Dr David B Doman
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Wing Velocity Control System for Testing Body Motion Control Methods for Flapping Wing MAVs”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0332
  • Dr Michael W Oppenheimer
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Wing Velocity Control System for Testing Body Motion Control Methods for Flapping Wing MAVs”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0332
  • Dr David Sigthorsson
    InfoSciTex, DCS corp
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Wing Velocity Control System for Testing Body Motion Control Methods for Flapping Wing MAVs”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0332
  • Mr Isaac E Weintraub
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Wing Velocity Control System for Testing Body Motion Control Methods for Flapping Wing MAVs”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0332
  • Dr Miguel R Visbal
    USAF AFRL/RQVA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2012 Fluid Dynamics Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: “Investigation Of Aspect Ratio And Dynamic Effects Due To Rotation For A Revolving Wing Using High-Fidelity Simulation” (AIAA 2013-0086)
  • Dr Kingsley Fregene
    Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Multi-Scale Simulation Methodology for the Samarai Monocopter ųUAV
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-5012
  • Borna Josip Obradovic
    University of Texas at Austin
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Multi-Scale Simulation Methodology for the Samarai Monocopter ųUAV
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-5012
  • Dr Francisco Palacios
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Adjoint-Based Aerothermodynamic Shape Design of Hypersonic Vehicles in Non-Equilibrium Flows
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2014-0513
  • Dr Sean J Kamkar
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An Automated Adaptive Mesh Refinement Scheme for Unsteady Aerodynamic Wakes
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0160
  • Dr Andrew M Wissink
    U. S. Army AMRDEC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An Automated Adaptive Mesh Refinement Scheme for Unsteady Aerodynamic Wakes
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0160
  • Dr Matthew G MacLean
    CUBRC
    Awarded
    Award: An Equilibrium Ablation Boundary Condition for the Data-Parallel Line-Relaxation Code
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0304
  • Dr Peter R Grant
    University of Toronto
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Development and Testing of an Adaptive Motion Drive Algorithm for Upset Recovery Training
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4947
  • Ms Shuk Fai (Eska) Ko
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Development and Testing of an Adaptive Motion Drive Algorithm for Upset Recovery Training
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4947
  • Prof Jonathan P How
    MIT
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Experimental Demonstration of Multi-Agent Learning and Planning under Uncertainty for Persistent Missions with Automated Battery Management”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4622
  • Nazim Kemal Üre
    Istanbul Technical University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Experimental Demonstration of Multi-Agent Learning and Planning under Uncertainty for Persistent Missions with Automated Battery Management”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4622
  • Dr Campbell D Carter
    U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flame Propagation Enhancement of Ethylene by Addition of Ozone
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0922
  • Prof Ephraim J Gutmark
    University of Cincinnati
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flame Propagation Enhancement of Ethylene by Addition of Ozone
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0922
  • Dr Viswanath R Katta
    Innovative Scientific Solutions Incorporated
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flame Propagation Enhancement of Ethylene by Addition of Ozone
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0922
  • Dr Timothy Ombrello
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flame Propagation Enhancement of Ethylene by Addition of Ozone
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0922
  • Matthew David Pinchak
    Univ of Cinn.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Flame Propagation Enhancement of Ethylene by Addition of Ozone
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-0922
  • Mr Alexander J Duchmann
    Technische Universitat Darmstadt
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Fundamental Processes of DBD Plasma Actuators Operating at High Altitude
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0822
  • Dr Sven Grundmann
    TU Darmstadt
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Fundamental Processes of DBD Plasma Actuators Operating at High Altitude
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0822
  • Mr Bernhard Simon
    CSI, TU Darmstadt
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Fundamental Processes of DBD Plasma Actuators Operating at High Altitude
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0822
  • Prof Cameron D Tropea
    TU Darmstadt
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Fundamental Processes of DBD Plasma Actuators Operating at High Altitude
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0822
  • Dr Dimitri N Mavris
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Virtual Deformation Control of the X-56A Model with Simulated Fiber Optic Sensors
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4844

2012

  • Mr Prateek Mustafi
    ISVR/University of Southampton
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “A Computational Study Of The Effects Of Liner Damage On Zero-Splice Turbofan Intake Liners”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-2152
  • Justin Bailey
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Application of Additive Manufacturing to Rapidly Produce High-Resolution Total Pressure Distortion Screens”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0929
  • Dr Anthony M Ferrar
    Virginia Tech
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Application of Additive Manufacturing to Rapidly Produce High-Resolution Total Pressure Distortion Screens”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0929
  • Mr. Kevin M Hoopes
    Brigham Young University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Application of Additive Manufacturing to Rapidly Produce High-Resolution Total Pressure Distortion Screens”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0929
  • Prof Walter F O'Brien
    Virginia Tech
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Application of Additive Manufacturing to Rapidly Produce High-Resolution Total Pressure Distortion Screens”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0929
  • Dr William Carl Schneck III
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Application of Additive Manufacturing to Rapidly Produce High-Resolution Total Pressure Distortion Screens”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0929
  • Dr Nisar R. Ahmed
    University of Colorado Boulder
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Decentralized Information-Rich Planning and Hybrid Sensor Fusion for Uncertainty Reduction in Human-Robot Missions”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6238
  • Prof Mark E Campbell
    Cornell University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Decentralized Information-Rich Planning and Hybrid Sensor Fusion for Uncertainty Reduction in Human-Robot Missions”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6238
  • Prof Jonathan P How
    MIT
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Decentralized Information-Rich Planning and Hybrid Sensor Fusion for Uncertainty Reduction in Human-Robot Missions”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6238
  • Dr Brandon D Luders
    Massachusettes Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Decentralized Information-Rich Planning and Hybrid Sensor Fusion for Uncertainty Reduction in Human-Robot Missions”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6238
  • Sameera S Ponda
    Massachusettes Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Decentralized Information-Rich Planning and Hybrid Sensor Fusion for Uncertainty Reduction in Human-Robot Missions”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6238
  • Eric Sample
    Cornell University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Decentralized Information-Rich Planning and Hybrid Sensor Fusion for Uncertainty Reduction in Human-Robot Missions”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6238
  • Danelle Shah
    Cornell University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Decentralized Information-Rich Planning and Hybrid Sensor Fusion for Uncertainty Reduction in Human-Robot Missions”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6238
  • Mr. Yevgeniy Bondar
    Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “DSMC Modeling of High-Temperature Chemical Reactions in Air”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3128
  • Dr Yasushi Ito
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Efficient Hybrid Surface and Volume Mesh Generation for Viscous Flow Simulations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3539
  • Dr Mitsuhiro Murayama
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Efficient Hybrid Surface and Volume Mesh Generation for Viscous Flow Simulations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3539
  • Dr Alan M Shih
    City College of New York
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Efficient Hybrid Surface and Volume Mesh Generation for Viscous Flow Simulations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3539
  • Dr Bharat K Soni
    University of Alabama at Birmingham
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Efficient Hybrid Surface and Volume Mesh Generation for Viscous Flow Simulations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3539
  • Dr Kazuomi Yamamoto
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Efficient Hybrid Surface and Volume Mesh Generation for Viscous Flow Simulations”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3539
  • Stanislav Gordeyev
    University of Notre Dame
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Flight Measurements of Aero-Optical Distortions from a Flat-Windowed Turret on the Airborne Aero-Optics Laboratory (AAOL)”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3280
  • Dr Eric J Jumper
    University of Notre Dame
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Flight Measurements of Aero-Optical Distortions from a Flat-Windowed Turret on the Airborne Aero-Optics Laboratory (AAOL)”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3280
  • Dr Christopher O Porter
    Torch Technologies
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Flight Measurements of Aero-Optical Distortions from a Flat-Windowed Turret on the Airborne Aero-Optics Laboratory (AAOL)”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3280
  • Timothy G Nichols
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Fundamental Processes of DBD Plasma Actuators Operating at High Altitude”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0822
  • Dr Joshua Rovey
    University of Illinois
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Fundamental Processes of DBD Plasma Actuators Operating at High Altitude”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0822
  • Kenneth "Mark" M Bryden
    Ames Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Mixture Preparation Effects On Distributed Combustion For Gas Turbine Applications”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0930
  • Mr. Jean Luc Boiffier
    Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Modeling Braking Friction Between An Aircraft Tire And The Runway”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6674
  • Mr Logan Jones
    Airbus Operations S.A.S.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Modeling Braking Friction Between An Aircraft Tire And The Runway”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6674
  • Dr James W Cutler
    University of Michigan
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Optimization of Single-Satellite Operational Schedules Towards Enhanced Communication Capacity”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4610
  • Dr Sara C Spangelo
    JPL/T1709
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Optimization of Single-Satellite Operational Schedules Towards Enhanced Communication Capacity”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4610
  • Dr Noel T Clemens
    The University of Texas at Austin
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Requirements, Capabilities and Accuracy of Time-Resolved PIV In Turbulent Reacting Flows”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-0362
  • Dr Mirko Gamba
    University of Michigan
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Requirements, Capabilities and Accuracy of Time-Resolved PIV In Turbulent Reacting Flows”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-0362
  • Ryan E Carter
    Awarded
    Award: “Store Separation Equations of Motion”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-4957
  • Dr Hicham Alkandry
    John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Aerodynamic Interactions of Reaction Control System Jets on Mars Entry Aeroshells
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-1013
  • Dr Iain D Boyd
    University of Michigan
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Aerodynamic Interactions of Reaction Control System Jets on Mars Entry Aeroshells
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-1013
  • Dr Joshua R Codoni
    Naval Postgraduate School
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Aerodynamic Interactions of Reaction Control System Jets on Mars Entry Aeroshells
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-1013
  • Dr James C McDaniel Jr
    University of Virginia
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Aerodynamic Interactions of Reaction Control System Jets on Mars Entry Aeroshells
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-1013
  • Ms Erin M Reed
    University of Virginia
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Aerodynamic Interactions of Reaction Control System Jets on Mars Entry Aeroshells
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-1013
  • Dr Andrew D Cutler
    The George Washington University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Development of a Dual-Pump CARS System for Measurements in a Supersonic Combusting Free Jet
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-1193
  • Gaetano Magnotti
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Development of a Dual-Pump CARS System for Measurements in a Supersonic Combusting Free Jet
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-1193
  • Dr Eugene A Morelli
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded
    Award: Efficient Global Aerodynamic Modeling From Flight Data
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-0150
  • Dr Eugene A Morelli
    NASA Langley Research Center
    Awarded
    Award: Flight Test Maneuvers For Efficient Aerodynamic Modeling
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-6672
  • Mr Michael J Aftosmis
    NASA-Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Joint-Based Low-Boom Design With Cart3D
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3500
  • Susan E Cliff
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Joint-Based Low-Boom Design With Cart3D
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3500
  • Dr Marian Nemec
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Joint-Based Low-Boom Design With Cart3D
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3500
  • Prof Sanjiva K Lele
    Stanford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Large-Eddy Simulation Of An Over-Expanded Planar Nozzle
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3908
  • Mr Britton J Olson
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Large-Eddy Simulation Of An Over-Expanded Planar Nozzle
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-3908

2008

  • Dr Michael Allen
    NASA
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Guidance and Control of an Autonomous Soaring Vehicle with Flight Test Results
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2007-0867
  • Dr Victor Lin
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Guidance and Control of an Autonomous Soaring Vehicle with Flight Test Results
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2007-0867