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Discovery and Systems Health Staff Honored at NASA Ames Technology Transfer Awards Ceremony

Several current and former members of the Discovery and Systems Health (DaSH) technical area (branch) of the Intelligent Systems Division were honored at the 2014 NASA Technology Transfer Awards Ceremony on January 29, 2015.

Patent Award:

  • “Decomposition Technique for Remaining Useful Life Prediction” (872546), Bhaskar Saha, Kai Goebel, Abhinav Saxena, and Jose Celaya

Software Release Awards:

  • “Optimal Alarm System Design and Implementation,” Rodney Martin
  • “Scalable Gaussian Process Regression,” Kamalika Das, Bryan Matthews, and Ashok Srivastava
  • “X-Plane Communications Toolbox,” Christopher Teubert and Brian Bole

Tech Brief Awards:

  • “Decomposition Technique for Remaining Useful Life Prediction,” Bhaskar Saha, Kai Goebel, Abhinav Saxena, and Jose Celaya
  • “Inductive Monitoring System – System Health Monitoring Software That Learns System Behavior from Data (IMS),” Joseph (Pat) Castle, Ann Esbeck, David Iverson, Charles Lee, Rodney Martin, Bryan Matthews, Mark Schwabacher, Liljana Spirkovska, William Taylor, and John Wallerius
  • “Inductive Monitoring System – System Health Monitoring Software That Learns System Behavior from Data (IMS) & ODVEC: Outlier Detection Via Estimating Clusters,” David Iverson
  • “Multivariate Time Series Search Capability to Identify Complex Patterns in Large Datasets,” Kanishka Bhaduri, Santanu Das, Nikunj Oza, Ashok Srivastava, and Qiang Zhu
  • “nu-Anomica (previously Sparse One Class Support Vector Machines - SOC-SVMSs),” Kanishka Bhaduri, Santanu Das, and Nikunj Oza
  • “Physics-Model Based Wiring Fault Detection Toolbox for MATLAB,” Stefan Schuet, Kevin Wheeler, and Dogan Timucin

Patent Application Award:

  • “A Method for Accurate Load/Position Control of Rigidly-Coupled Electromechanical Actuators,” Edward Balaban, Alexander Mentch, Sriram Narasimhan, Indranil Roychoudhury, and Abhinav Saxena

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.

The Discovery and Systems Health (DaSH) technical area (branch) of the Intelligent Systems Division focuses on challenges in understanding engineering and science data. Engineering data understanding work is centered on the emerging systems engineering discipline of Integrated Systems Health Management (ISHM). Scientific data understanding work targets large-scale data analysis problems in data-rich domains, such as aviation, earth science, and cosmology.

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

Contact: Kai Goebel

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