Dr. Ashok N. Srivastava has been awarded the 2012 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award from the University of Colorado at Boulder. The University of Colorado at Boulder recognized five engineering alumni for their outstanding achievements at its 47th annual Engineering Awards Banquet on April 27. CU-Boulder engineering Dean Robert Davis presented the 2012 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Awards. Ashok Srivastava, who received his degrees in electrical engineering at CU-Boulder, was recognized in the research and invention category.
Ashok Srivastava is NASA’s principal scientist for data mining and systems health management, and has led the Intelligent Data Understanding group at NASA Ames Research Center since 2002. He was also the principal investigator of the Integrated Vehicle Health Management Project in the NASA Aviation Safety Program from 2007-10. He currently serves as the Project Manager of the System-Wide Safety and Assurance Technologies Project.
BACKGROUND: The Distinguished Engineering Alumni Awards recognize select graduates of the College of Engineering and Applied Science who have distinguished themselves through outstanding personal qualities, knowledge, and significant contributions to their fields. More information about these and previous awards are available on the CU-Boulder’s website at: http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/alumni/awards
PROGRAM FUNDING: NASA Aviation Safety Program and the System-Wide Safety and Assurance Technologies Project
Contact: Ashok Srivastava