Best Paper - Information Systems

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

Award Recipients

2022

  • Mr Bryan L Matthews
    KBR, Inc.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Intelligent Systems Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: Multi-Class Anomaly Detection in Flight Data Using Semi-Supervised Explainable Deep Learning Model AIAA-2021-0774
  • Milad Memarzadeh
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Intelligent Systems Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: Multi-Class Anomaly Detection in Flight Data Using Semi-Supervised Explainable Deep Learning Model AIAA-2021-0774
  • Dr Thomas Templin
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Intelligent Systems Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: Multi-Class Anomaly Detection in Flight Data Using Semi-Supervised Explainable Deep Learning Model AIAA-2021-0774
  • Ms Sierra N Merkes
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2021 AIAA Sensor Systems and Information Fusion Best Paper Award
    AIAA Citation: A Bayesian Mixture Model Approach to Anomaly Detection with Application to Wind Tunnel Experiments AIAA 2021-1268

2021

  • Miss Samalis Santini De Leon
    Texas A&M University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Intelligent Systems Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Interactive Explanation of Entry, Descent, and Landing Simulations" (AIAA-2020-2094)
  • Prof Daniel Selva
    Texas A&M University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Intelligent Systems Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Interactive Explanation of Entry, Descent, and Landing Simulations" (AIAA-2020-2094)
  • Dr David W Way
    NASA - Langley Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Intelligent Systems Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Interactive Explanation of Entry, Descent, and Landing Simulations" (AIAA-2020-2094)
  • Dr Bethany L Allik
    U. S. Army Research Laboratory (APG)
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2020 AIAA Sensor System and Information Fusion Best Professional Paper
    AIAA Citation: "Sensor Fusion with Censoring Limit" ( AIAA-2020-0948)

2020

  • Dr Mrinal Kumar
    Ohio State University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Autonomous Wildfire Monitoring Using Airborne and Temperature Sensors in an Evidential Reasoning Framework" (AIAA 2019-2263)
    AIAA Citation: Presented at 2020 SciTech
  • Mr Alexander A Soderlund
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Autonomous Wildfire Monitoring Using Airborne and Temperature Sensors in an Evidential Reasoning Framework" (AIAA 2019-2263)
    AIAA Citation: Presented at AIAA SciTech 2020
  • Dr Chao Yang
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Autonomous Wildfire Monitoring Using Airborne and Temperature Sensors in an Evidential Reasoning Framework" (AIAA 2019-2263)
    AIAA Citation: Presented at 2020 SciTech

2019

  • Mr Kent R Engebretson
    Lockheed Martin
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Sensor Systems and Information Fusion Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: “Information Exchange Considerations for Effective Fusion among Heterogeneous Network Participants” (AIAA 2018-0710)
  • Dr Thomas L Frey Jr
    Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: 2019 Sensor Systems and Information Fusion Best Paper
    AIAA Citation: “Information Exchange Considerations for Effective Fusion among Heterogeneous Network Participants” (AIAA 2018-0710)

2018

  • Dr Coen C de Visser
    Delft University of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Aviate, Navigate: Functional Visualizations of Asymmetric Flight Envelope Limits" AIAA 2017-1297
    AIAA Citation: "Aviate, Navigate: Functional Visualizations of Asymmetric Flight Envelope Limits" AIAA 2017-1297
  • Prof Max Mulder
    Delft Technical University of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Aviate, Navigate: Functional Visualizations of Asymmetric Flight Envelope Limits" AIAA 2017-1297
    AIAA Citation: "Aviate, Navigate: Functional Visualizations of Asymmetric Flight Envelope Limits" AIAA 2017-1297
  • Mr Tom Rijndorp
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Aviate, Navigate: Functional Visualizations of Asymmetric Flight Envelope Limits" AIAA 2017-1297
    AIAA Citation: "Aviate, Navigate: Functional Visualizations of Asymmetric Flight Envelope Limits" AIAA 2017-1297

2017

  • Alek Gavrilovski
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Review of Proactive Safety Metrics for Rotorcraft Operations and Improvements Using Model-Based Parameter Synthesis and Data Fusion
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-2133
  • Dr Dimitri N Mavris
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Review of Proactive Safety Metrics for Rotorcraft Operations and Improvements Using Model-Based Parameter Synthesis and Data Fusion
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-2133
  • Dr Alexia P. Payan
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Review of Proactive Safety Metrics for Rotorcraft Operations and Improvements Using Model-Based Parameter Synthesis and Data Fusion
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2016-2133

2016

  • Diana M Acosta
    NASA-ARC
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Trajectory Prediction and Alerting for Aircraft Mode and Energy State Awareness
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1113
  • John Kaneshige
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Trajectory Prediction and Alerting for Aircraft Mode and Energy State Awareness
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1113
  • Dr Thomas Lombaerts
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Trajectory Prediction and Alerting for Aircraft Mode and Energy State Awareness
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1113
  • Avinash N Madavan
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Trajectory Prediction and Alerting for Aircraft Mode and Energy State Awareness
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1113
  • Lynne Martin
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Trajectory Prediction and Alerting for Aircraft Mode and Energy State Awareness
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1113
  • Stefan Schuet
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Trajectory Prediction and Alerting for Aircraft Mode and Energy State Awareness
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1113
  • Miss Kimberlee H Shish
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Trajectory Prediction and Alerting for Aircraft Mode and Energy State Awareness
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-1113

2015

  • Prof Jonathan P How
    MIT
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Robust Trajectory Planning for Autonomous Parafoils under Wind Uncertainty”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4584
  • Dr Brandon D Luders
    Massachusettes Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Robust Trajectory Planning for Autonomous Parafoils under Wind Uncertainty”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4584
  • Mr. Ian J Sugel
    Massachusettes Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: "Robust Trajectory Planning for Autonomous Parafoils under Wind Uncertainty”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-4584
  • Thomas Delamotte
    Universitat der Bundeswehr
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “On the Accuracy of Simplified Volterra Series Models for Multicarrier Satellite Systems using Faster-than-Nyquist Signaling”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-4307
  • Andreas Knopp
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “On the Accuracy of Simplified Volterra Series Models for Multicarrier Satellite Systems using Faster-than-Nyquist Signaling”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-4307
  • Robert Schwarz
    Munich University of the Bundeswehr
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “On the Accuracy of Simplified Volterra Series Models for Multicarrier Satellite Systems using Faster-than-Nyquist Signaling”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-4307
  • Takahiro Ohkubo
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Spatially Superposed Highly Efficient 32APSK Transmission System”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-4334
  • Prof Masayoshi Tanaka
    Nihon University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Spatially Superposed Highly Efficient 32APSK Transmission System”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2015-4334

2013

  • Mr Noel Kelly
    University College Dublin
    Awarded
    Award: “Digital Predistortion Feasibility Studies for Multicarrier Satellite Communication Systems”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-5643
  • Mr Enrique Casado
    Boeing Research & Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Sensitivity of Trajectory Prediction Accuracy to Aircraft Performance Uncertainty”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2013-5045
  • Mr Matthew Gombolay
    MIT
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Uniprocessor Scheduling Policy for Non-Preemptive Task Sets with Precedence and Temporal Constraints
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-2431
  • Prof Julie A Shah
    MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: A Uniprocessor Scheduling Policy for Non-Preemptive Task Sets with Precedence and Temporal Constraints
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-2431

2012

  • Dr Richard M Murray
    California Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Formal Synthesis of Embedded Control Software: Application to Vehicle Management Systems”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-1506
  • GEN Ufuk Topcu
    California Inst. of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Formal Synthesis of Embedded Control Software: Application to Vehicle Management Systems”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-1506
  • Tichakorn Wongpiromsarn
    California Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: “Formal Synthesis of Embedded Control Software: Application to Vehicle Management Systems”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-1506
  • Vishesh Gupta
    The Harker School
    Awarded
    Award: “Use of Discretization Approach in Autonomous Control of an Active Extrados/Intrados Camber Morphing Wing”
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-2603
  • Mr Jesus Arnau
    University of Vigo
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Adaptive Transmission Techniques for Mobile Satellite Links
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-15212
  • Dr Tichakorn Wongpiromsarn
    Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Formal Synthesis of Embedded Control Software: Application to Vehicle Management Systems
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-1506
  • Mr Vishesh Gupta
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Use of Discretization Approach in Autonomous Control of an Active Extrados/Intrados Camber Morphing Wing
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-2603
  • Corey A Ippolito
    NASA Ames Research Center
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Use of Discretization Approach in Autonomous Control of an Active Extrados/Intrados Camber Morphing Wing
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2012-2603

2011

  • Dr Ramesh K Gupta
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Advanced Space Based Network using Ground Based Beam Former
    AIAA Citation: AIA 2011-8077
  • Stephen F Sichi
    Boeing Defense, Space & Security
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Advanced Space Based Network using Ground Based Beam Former
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-8077
  • Dr Chandra Koduru
    The Boeing Co.
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Advanced Spce Based Network Using Ground Based Beam Former
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-8077
  • Takuma Kyo
    Nagoya Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An efficient multi-relay transmission scheme using LDGM code for satellite burst erasure channel
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-8045
  • Dr Eiji Okamoto
    Nagoya Institute of Technology
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An efficient multi-relay transmission scheme using LDGM code for satellite burst erasure channel
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-8045
  • Dr Yoshihisa Takayama
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An efficient multi-relay transmission scheme using LDGM code for satellite burst erasure channel
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-8045
  • Morio Toyoshima
    NICT
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: An efficient multi-relay transmission scheme using LDGM code for satellite burst erasure channelv
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-8045
  • Zouhair Mahboubi
    Stanford University
    Awarded-CoRecipients
    Award: Camera Based Localization for Autonomous UAV Formation Flight
    AIAA Citation: AIAA 2011-1658