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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS BY AIAA FOR 2002 AWARDS

AIAA is now accepting nominations for the following 2002 Awards: The deadline to submit nominations is October 1, 2001.
  • Fluid Dynamics Award is presented for outstanding contributions to the understanding of behavior of liquids and gases in motion as related to need in aeronautics and astronautics.

  • Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Award is presented for continued contributions and achievements toward the advancement of advanced aerodynamic flowfield and surface measurement techniques for research in flight and ground test applications.

  • Aeroacoustics Award is presented for an outstanding technical or scientific achievement resulting from an individual's contribution to the field of aircraft community noise reduction.

  • Aerodynamics Award is presented for meritorious achievements in the field of applied aerodynamics, recognizing notable contributions in the development, application, and evaluation of aerodynamic concepts and methods.

  • Air Breathing Propulsion Award is presented for meritorious accomplishment in the science or art of air breathing propulsion, including turbomachinery or any other technical approach dependent upon atmospheric air to develop thrust, or other aerodynamic forces for propulsion, or other purposes for aircraft or other vehicles in the atmosphere or on land or sea.

  • Plasmadynamics and Lasers Award is presented for outstanding contributions to the understanding of the physical properties and dynamical behavior of matter in the plasma state and lasers as related to need in aeronautics or astronautics.

  • Propellants and Combustion Award is presented for outstanding individual contributions to aeronautical or astronautical combustion engineering.

  • Thermophysics Award is presented for an outstanding singular or sustained technical or scientific contribution by an individual in thermophysics, specifically as related to the study and application of the properties and mechanisms involved in thermal energy transfer and the study of environmental effects on such properties and mechanisms.

  • Wyle Propulsion Award is presented for outstanding achievement in the development or application of rocket propulsion systems.

  • Engineer of the Year Award is presented to an individual member of AIAA who has made a recent significant contribution that is worthy of national recognition.

  • Ground Testing Award is presented for outstanding achievement in the development of effective utilization of technology, procedures, facilities, or modeling techniques for flight simulation, space simulation, propulsion testing, aerodynamic testing, or other ground testing associated with aeronautics and astronautics.

  • Aerospace Software Engineering Award is presented for outstanding technical and/or management contributions to aeronautical or astronautical software engineering.

  • Distinguished Service Award give unique recognition to an individual member of AIAA who has distinguished himself or herself over a period of years by service to the institute.

  • International Cooperation Award is presented to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the initiation, organization, implementation and/or management of activities with significant U.S. involvement that includes extensive international cooperative activities in space, aeronautics, or both.

  • 2nd Annual Sustained Service Award This award is to recognize sustained, significant service and contributions to AIAA by members of the Institute. The nominee shall be a member in good standing, who has shown continuing dedication to the interests of AIAA by making noteworthy and perpetual contributions over a period of years. Up to 20 recipients may be selected for the award each year.

    This is an excellent opportunity to recognize those AIAA members that have shown momentous and lasting service over a number of years. To request nomination forms please contact Olatunda Martin at
    (310) 643-7510 or olam@aiaa.org.

  • Goddard Astronautics Award is the highest honor AIAA bestows for notable achievement in the field of astronautics.

  • Reed Aeronautics Award is the highest award an individual can receive for achievements in the field of aeronautical science and engineering.

  • Aerospace Design Engineering Award is presented to recognize design engineers who have made outstanding technical, educational or creative achievements that exemplifies the quality and elements of design engineering.

  • Jeffries Aerospace Medicine and Life Sciences Research Award is presented for outstanding research accomplishments in aerospace medicine and space life sciences.

    All award nominations must be submitted on the AIAA nomination form. A summary of the nominee's accomplishments must accompany this nomination form. The nomination must be supported by a minimum of three and a maximum of five letters of endorsement. Nominations involving more than one individual should be combined. The submitted material should not exceed 10 pages. The deadline date for all of the above nominations is October 1, 2001. To request a nomination form or additional information, please contact Peter Gabriel, Honors and Awards Liaison, at (703) 264-7623 or via e-mail at
    peterg@aiaa.org.
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     Source: Aerospace America, July  2001

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