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Code TI Staff Honored at The 2016 NASA Ames Technology Transfer Awards Ceremony

Several current and former members of the Intelligent Systems Division were honored at the 2016 NASA Technology Transfer Awards Ceremony on January 19, 2017:

Patent Applications

  • A System for Failure Response Advice Based on Diagnosed Failures and Their Effect on Planned Activities - Silvano Colombano, Paul Morris, Liljana Spirkovska
  • Adaptive Control and Disturbance Rejection of Non-Minimum Phase Plants Using Residual Mode Filters – Mark Balas, Susan Frost
  • Aeroelastic Wing Shaping Using Distributed Propulsion – Nhan Nguyen, Kevin Reynolds, Eric Ting
  • Heterogeneous Spacecraft Networks – Richard Alena, Nicolas Faber, Chad Frost, Yosuke Nakamura
  • Intelliface Autonomous System Simulation Testbed – James Ong, Emilio Remolina, Peter Robinson
  • Representation and Analysis of System Behavior Using Monotonic Signal Decompositions – Charles Jorgensen

Software Release Awards

  • Autonomous Constrained Flight Planner (ACFP) – Elif Kurklu, Christian Plaunt, David Smith
  • Cubesat Mission Operations Simulator – Javier Barreiro, Khalil Dalal
  • Generic Software Architecture for Prognostics (GSAP) – Matthew Daigle, Kai Goebel, Shankar Sankararaman, Christopher Teubert, Jason Watkins
  • Modeling, Analysis and Visualization (MAV) of Air Traffic Management (ATM) Concepts – Arnaud Harmon, Neha Rungta
  • Prognostics Algorithm Library - Matthew Daigle, Kai Goebel
  • Prognostics Model Library - Matthew Daigle, Kai Goebel
  • Runtime for Airspace Concept Evaluation (RACE) – Peter Mehlitz

Patent Awards

  • System and Method for Outlier Detection Via Estimating Clusters – David Iverson

Honorable Mention – 2016 NASA Invention of the Year

  • Prognostics – Remaining Useful Life Estimation and its applications to Electrochemical Storage – Kai Goebel, Bhaskar Saha, Abhinav Saxena, Jose Celaya

BACKGROUND: The objectives of the NASA Inventions and Contributions Board (ICB) Awards are to provide official recognition for those inventions and other scientific and technical contributions that have helped to achieve NASA’s aeronautical, commercialization, and space goals; and to stimulate and encourage the creation and reporting of similar contributions in the future.

NASA PROGRAM FUNDING: Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD); Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD)

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