Computational & Information Sciences and Technology Office, Code 606
Computational & Information Sciences & Technology (606) Awards Won
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American Astronautical Society Lloyd V. Berkner Award
James C Tilton (606.3)
James C. Tilton was recently selected to receive the American Astronautical Society’s 2012 Lloyd V. Berkner Award, “In recognition of his efforts in commercial utilization of space technology, specifically for the commercial utilization of his Recursive Hierarchical Segmentation (RHSEG) software.” Dr. Tilton will be presented with this award at the Awards Luncheon to be held on March 20 at the Greenbelt Marriott, in conjunction with the 51st Robert H. Goddard Memorial Symposium.
GSFC Honor Award - Quality and Process Improvement
NCCS NASTRAN Team, Pamela A Barrett (114), Benjamin H Emory (542), Peter Raymond Fetterer (567), Goddard Library Digital Projects Team (272), JPSS Information Technology Systems Team (470)
GSFC Honor Award - Engineering
J Bryan Blair (694), James Gary (606.1) Posthumous, David H Richardson (221), Todd G Sanders (224), Philip Hartley Smith (228), Jill M Mcguire (408), Brian J Roberts (408), Joseph W Easley (408), Liqin L Wang (541), Dong-Shiun Lin (545), David W Hughes (546), Kristina Ellen Skocik (546), Michael S Woronowicz (546), Augustyn Waczynski (553), Jeffrey R Piepmeier (555), Cheryl Jane Marshall (561), Amri I Hernandez-Pellerano (563), Leonine S Lee (563), Deepak Kaul (567), Joanne Lee Baker (568), Timothy Joseph Ray (583), Kevin James Murphy (586), Melissa Fleck Vess (591), Ronald G Mink (592), Michael A Mesarch (595), Edwin G Dove (595), Steven P Hughes (595), Nathaniel Af Gill (596), Robotic Refueling Mission Team (400), JWST NIRSpecDetector System Team (505), JWST ISIM Structure Team (543), LDCM/TIRS Scene Select Mirror Team (544), JWST ISIM Remote Services Unit Development Team (560), Adiabatic Refrigerator Controller Development Team (564), LRO Orbit Optimization Team (595)
R&D 100 Award
James C Tilton (606.3)
Dr. James C. Tilton (Code 606.3) received R&D Magazine's 2011 R&D 100 Award at the 49th Annual R&D 100 Awards Ceremony in Orlando, FL on October 13. Dr. Tilton was recognized in conjunction with Bartron Medical Imaging, Inc. for the development of MED-SEG, a software tool that receives medical images and data from various imaging sources. The R&D 100 Awards, widely recognized as the "Oscars of Innovation," identifies and celebrates the top high technology products of the year, such as sophisticated testing equipment, innovative new materials, chemistry breakthroughs, biomedical products, consumer items and high-energy physics. The R&D 100 Awards spans industry, academia, and government-sponsored research.
This year's Excellence in Information Science and Technology award goes to Horace Mitchell, Director of the Scientific Visualization Studio (SVS) in the Software Integration & Technology Office (610.3). Horace is being recognized for leading the SVS in producing visualizations of NASA scientific data for use in public media outlets using many processes from the film and animation industry. Congratulations to Horace on this recognition by the center of his contributions!
Steven M Graham (610), Scientific Visualization Studio Team, Next Generation Lunar Scientists & Engineers Team, Mark A Branch (549), Leigh R Janes (595)
GSFC Honor Award - Science
Bryan Neal Duncan (614), Alexander A Moiseev (661), Matthew A Greenhouse (665), Randy A Kimble (667), John W Keller (691), NASA Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) SCU5&6 Team, MERRA Team, Goddard VLBI Group Team