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Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute

Institut aƩronautique et spatial du Canada

Hypersonics 2020 Awards

AIAA ignites and celebrates ingenuity and collaboration and ensures aerospace professionals are recognized for their contributions to making the world safer, more connected, more prosperous—from the major missions that reinvent our national uses of air and space, to the inventive new applications that enhance everyday living.

Join with AIAA and our host the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute as we recognize the very best in our industry—those individuals and teams who have taken aerospace technology to the next level, who have advanced the quality and depth of the aerospace profession, and who have leveraged their aerospace knowledge for the benefit of society. Their achievements have inspired us to dream and to explore new frontiers

The following awards will be presented on Wednesday, 11 March 2020 at 18:30H, during the 23rd AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technology Conference Reception and Awards Dinner.

2020 AIAA Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Award:

Allan Paull

DST Chair for Future Hypersonics Technologies

The University of Queensland

Queensland Australia

“For a career dedicated to the advancement of hypersonics through innovations in technology and ground/flight testing, helping Australia achieve global prominence in the field.”

2018 Hypersonics Best Paper:

“Turbulence Dynamics in the Merging Process of Supersonic Streamwise Vortices” (AIAA Paper 2018-5161)

Authors: Fabrizio Vergine, San Jose State University, Davide Vigano and Luca Maddalena

The University of Texas at Arlington

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