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Awards – 2011

Awards – 2011

“For Outstanding Achievements in Developing and Distributing the Planet’s First Ever Long-Term Global Data Set of Vertically Resolved Cloud and Aerosol Measurements.”

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2011 Robert A. Mitcheltree Young Engineer of the Year Award AIAA Hampton Roads Section Dr. Natasha Neogi “For Key Contributions to the Engineering Area of Cyber-Physical Systems for Applications and Air-Traffic Applications.”
2011 Best Technology Development of Energy Harvesting Winner IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) Award Dr. Tian-Bing Xu “The Most Significant Technical Achievement in Energy Harvesting Over the Past 18 Months.”
1st Prize Henry J.E. Reid Award NASA Langley Research Center Dr. Kenneth Sutton “For His Paper ‘Non-Boltzmann Modeling for Air Shock-Layer Radiation at Lunar-Return Conditions,’ Published in the Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets.”
3rd Prize Henry J.E. Reid Award NASA Langley Research Center Drs. Yi Lin, Kent A. Watson and Sayata Ghose “For Their Paper: ‘Rapid, Solventless, Bulk Preparation of Metal Nanoparticle-Decorated Carbon Nanotubes,’ published in ACS Nano.”
Group Superior Accomplishment Award NASA Langley Research Center Dr. Sriram Rhallabhandi/SAIV Team “Outstanding Contributions to Advancing the State-of-the-Art in Supersonic Low-Boom, Low-Drag Aircraft Design and Analysis.”
Group Achievement Award NASA Langley Research Center Dr. Kevin Hadley “For Exceptional Flexibility, Commitment, and Creativity in Executing a New Teacher Internship Pilot.”
Elsevier Publishing Team Earth and Planetary Sciences   Dr. Amber Soja Top 50 Most Cited Articles Published in Global and Planetary Change from Jan. 06 – Feb 11
NASA Langley – 2nd Place Videographer of the Year NASA Langley Research Center Mike Bibbo “Placed Second in the Production Category for the Segment, ‘NASA 360: Composite Materials/Edison2 Very Light Car’.”
NASA Langley – 2nd Place Videographer of the Year NASA Langley Research Center Tom Shortridge “Placed Second in the Production Category for the Segment, ‘NASA 360: Composite Materials/Edison2 Very Light Car’.”
NASA Group Achievement Award NASA Dr. Douglas Stanley “Entry, Decent and Landing Systems Analysis Team: ‘For Outstanding Leadership & Technical accomplishments in using systems analysis to determine NASA’s entry, Descent and Landing requirements for Planetary Explorations’.”
NASA Group Achievement Award NASA Dr. Alan Wilhite “Entry, Decent and Landing Systems Analysis Team: ‘For Outstanding Leadership & Technical accomplishments in using systems analysis to determine NASA’s entry, Descent and Landing requirements for Planetary Explorations’.”
R&D 100 Award SansEC Temperature Sensor Dr. Chauntong Wang  
Langley’s Henry J.E. Reid Award – 3rd Place NASA Langley Research Center Drs. Yi Lin, Kent Watson and Sayata Ghose “For the Paper Entitled: ‘Rapid, Solventless, Bulk Preparation of Metal Nanoparticle-Decorated Carbon Nanotubes’.”
Innovation Award – Aviation Safety Assurance Research Planning Team NASA Langley Research Center Steve Darr & Bob Jacobsen “For Outstanding Contributions to the Future Safety of Complex, Networked, Distributed, Flight-Critical Systems in the Next Generation Air Transportation System.”
Innovation Award – CALIPSO Science Algorithm, Software and Data Distribution Team NASA Langley Research Center Dr. Zhaoyan Liu
Innovation Award – MODSIM Teacher Professional Development Pilot Team NASA Langley Research Center Mark Clemente & Kevin Hadley “For Exceptional Flexibility, Commitment, and Creativity in Executing a New Teacher Internship Pilot.”
NASA Group Superior Accomplishment Award NASA Langley Research Center Dr. Sriram Rallabhandi Presented to the SAIV Team for “Outstanding Contributions to Advancing the State-of-the-Art in Supersonic Low-Boom, Low-Drag Aircraft Design and Analysis.”
Certificate of Appreciation NASA Langley Research Center Dr. Hongyu Liu “In recognition of valuable contribution and outstanding support to the Advanced Component Technologies (ACT) protram and the NASA Earth Science Technology Office.”

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