To recognize candidates that have provided outstanding contributions to space engineering in the AESS Fields of Interest; i.e. “the organization, systems engineering, design, development, integration, and operation of complex systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments.”
$2,000 USD honorarium (shared equally between multiple winners) and a plaque for each winner.
If there is more than one winner, each will receive a plaque and the honorarium will be evenly divided. In the case of financial hardship, a total of up to $1,500 in travel expenses per year can be authorized by the AESS President for the recipient to attend the selected conference’s award ceremony.
Funded by the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society
At a convenient IEEE AESS conference
The candidate does not have to be an IEEE/AESS member, but given everything else being equal, a member will be given preferential consideration. The space achievement has to be deemed to have made a particularly noteworthy contribution in the AESS Field of Interest.
For questions, please contact the VP Awards.
For leadership advancements in data analytics supporting space domain awareness and satellite avionics
For leading the development of Model Based Testing Methods and Software for Shuttle Navigation System and sustained excellence in aerospace systems research and education
For leading the successful development of the Apollo Guidance, Navigation & Control (GN&C) system software and helping to create the field of software engineering
For Apollo Space Program Pre- and Post-Flight GNC Analysis and Early Skylab Program
For development of Civilian Satellite Communications and Broadcast Systems
For outstanding Contributions to Spacecraft Vibration Isolation Technologies and Ultra-Precision Pointing of Large Flexible Space Platforms
For sustained outstanding contributions in nonlinear dynamics, adaptive attitude control of complex space systems and scholarship and education in the field of aerospace guidance and control