IAEA Announces Class of 2022 Associate Fellows

IAEA Announces Class of 2022 Associate Fellows

Press Release From: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Posted: Monday September 27 2021

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is pleased to announce its new Class 2022 Associate Fellows. The IAEA will formally honor and induct the class at the AIAA Associate Fellows Induction Ceremony, on Monday January 3, 2022, at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego in San Diego, Calif., during the AIAA SciTech 2022 Forum, January 3-7.

“,” This distinguished group of individuals exemplifies the passion and dedication to the advancement of the aerospace profession. Each of them was selected because of their significant and enduring contributions to the field. They are truly shaping the future of aerospace.

The rank of associate member recognizes persons “who have accomplished or have been in charge of important engineering or scientific work, or who have carried out original work of exceptional merit, or who have otherwise made exceptional contributions to aeronautical or astronautical arts, science or technology. “To be selected as an associate member, an individual must be a senior member of the IAEA in good standing, with at least 12 years of professional experience, and be recommended by three current associate members.

“The AIAA Associate Fellows embody the innovation that drives our industry forward,” said Dan Dumbacher, Executive Director of the AIAA. “The members of the 2022 Class of Associate Fellows embody the commitment, dedication and ingenuity that are essential to designing the best solutions to the complex issues raised in the aerospace community. On behalf of the Institute, we recognize the families, friends and colleagues who support Associate Fellows as they make such significant contributions to the aerospace community.

For more information on the AIAA Honors Program or the AIAA Associate Fellows, contact Patricia A. Carr at [email protected]

Class of 2022 AIAA Fellows Associate

Fred F. Afagh, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

Frédéric Alauzet, French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation, France

José S. Alonso Miralles, Collins Aerospace

Charles Bersbach, Raytheon Technologies Missiles and Defense

William Blackwell, Lincoln Laboratory at MIT

Edwin Blosch, Lockheed Martin Aerospace

Charles F. Bolden Jr., The Charles F. Bolden LLC Group

Iman Borazjani, Texas A&M University

Nicholas Borer, NASA Langley Research Center

Luis Giovanni Bravo Robles, US Army Research Laboratory, Weapons and Materials Research Branch

Roger Brewer, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Kevin Brink, Air Force Research Laboratory

L. Alberto Cangahuala, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Katya Casper, Sandia National Laboratories

William M. Chan, NASA Ames Research Center

James Chen, University of Buffalo, State University of New York

Isaias Chocron, South West Research Institute

Jonathan Christensen, Sandia National Laboratories

Timothy Cichan, Lockheed Martin Space

Douglas Cooke, Cooke Concepts and Solutions

Andrew M. Crocker, Dynetics, A Leidos Company

Yongdong Cui, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Kenneth Davidian, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Commercial Space Transportation

Diane Davis, ai solutions, Inc.

Roeland De Breuker, TU Delft, The Netherlands

Daniel M. Deans, Axient, LLC

Timothy Deaver, Airbus US

Jorge Delgado, Astra Inc.

Cassondra Dellinger, Dellinger Technologies

Lian Duan, Ohio State University

Sébastien Ducruix, EM2C-CNRS Laboratory, France

Houfei Fang, Shanghai YS Information Technology Co., Ltd., China

Antonino Ferrante, University of Washington

George Finelli, NASA Langley Research Center

Glen Fountain, Johns Hopkins University

Roberto Furfaro, University of Arizona

Ross Gadient, Boeing Research and Technology

Judith Gallman, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems

Mirko Gamba, University of Michigan

Volker Gollnick, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany

Nelson W. Green, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Robert E. Harris, CFD Research Corporation

David Hash, NASA Ames Research Center

Maziar Hemati, University of Minnesota

Miguel A. Hernandez Jr., Bastion Technologies, Inc.

Jason Hicken, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Zekai Hong, National Research Council Canada

John M. Horack, Ohio State University

Keiichi Hori, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan

Micah Howard, Sandia National Laboratories

Chih-Yung Huang, Tsing Hua National University, Taiwan

Tristram Tupper Hyde, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Eddie Irani, Spirit Aerosystems, Inc.

Hrvoje Jasak, Wikki Ltd, UK / University of Cambridge, UK

Justin Jaworski, Lehigh University

Sanjay Jayaram, Saint-Louis University

Robert J. Jensen, Sierra Lobo, Inc.

Sharon Monica Jones, NASA Langley Research Center

Thomas Juliano, Notre-Dame University

Sergey Karabasov, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

John Kelly, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center

Andrew Keys, Air Force Institute of Technology

Elad Kivelevitch, MathWorks, Inc.

Sudarshan Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India

Gregory Laskowski, Dassault Systèmes company, France

Stuart Laurence, University of Maryland

David E. Lee, Northrop Grumman Space Systems

Seongkyu Lee, University of California, Davis

Kristina Lemmer, Western Michigan University

Charles Lents, Raytheon Technologies Research Center

Dan Lev, RAFAEL – Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., Israel

Martin Lindsey, US Navy

Junhui Liu, United States Naval Research Laboratory

Stephen Lynch, Pennsylvania State University

Arthur A. Mabbett, Leidos

Michael Madden, NASA Langley Research Center

Joseph R. Maly, Moog Space and Defense

Troy Mann, NASA Langley Research Center

Steven Martens, Office of Naval Research

James Masters, National Aerospace Solutions

David R. McDaniel, DoD HPCMP Computing and Engineering Research Acquisition Tools and Environments (CREATE)

Robert McDonald, consultant

James R. McIntire, Lincoln Laboratory at MIT

Michele Miller, Ball Aerospace

Timothy K. Minton, University of Colorado Boulder

Hever Moncayo, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Jamie Morin, The Aerospace Society

Michael E. Mueller, Princeton University

Karen A. Mulleners, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, Switzerland

Jeffrey Muss, Sierra Engineering & Software, Inc.

Lee Noble, NASA Headquarters

Taku Nonomura, Tohoku University, Japan

Alison Nordt, Lockheed Martin Space

Julie Parish, Sandia National Laboratories

Peter Parker, NASA Langley Research Center

Olivia Pinon-Fischer, Georgia Institute of Technology

George Price, Crown Consulting, Inc.

Mark Rennie, University of Notre-Dame

Jay G. Santee, The Aerospace Corporation

Amit K. Sanyal, Syracuse University

Benjamin Michael Sarao III, Main Image

Virendra Sarohia, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Walter S. Scott, Maxar

Kay Sears, Lockheed Martin Space

Benjamin D. Shaw, University of California, Davis

Ryan Sherrill, Air Force Research Laboratory

Mark Silver, Lincoln Laboratory at MIT

Jody Singer, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Sonya T. Smith, Howard University

Michael Snyder, Redwire

Danielle Soban, Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland

Philippe Spalart, Boeing Commercial Airplanes (retired)

S. Alan Stern, South West Research Institute

George Story, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Veera Sundararaghavan, University of Michigan

Edward Swallow, The Aerospace Society

James Taiclet, Lockheed Martin Corporation

Richard E. Tuggle, PeopleTec / US Army Reserve

Krishna Venkatesan, GE Research

CJ (Onno) Verberne, Nammo Raufoss AS, Norway

Naveen Vetcha, Engineering, Research and Consulting, Inc. (ERC)

John Vickers, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Jason Wadley, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Ross Wagnild, Sandia National Laboratories

Harold (Sonny) White, NASA Johnson Space Center

Michael E. White, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering

Robert White, Tufts University

Julie Williams-Byrd, NASA Langley Research Center

Jay Willis, Modern Technology Services, Inc. (MTSI)

Richard G. Winski, Associates in Analytical Mechanics / NASA Langley Research Center

Andrew Wissink, US Army DEVCOM AvMC Technology Development Branch

Sherry Yang, The Boeing Company

Joseph W. Zimmerman, CU Aerospace, LLC

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AIAA media contact: Rebecca B. Gray, [email protected], 804-397-5270

About the IAEA
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is the largest aerospace engineering company in the world. With nearly 30,000 individual members from 91 countries and 100 member companies, the IAEA brings together industry, academia and government to advance engineering and science in aviation, space and defense. For more information, visit www.aiaa.org, or follow the IAEA on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.

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