WINNER

UNIVERSITY

PAPER

YEAR

Dr. Nicholas Hanlon University of Cincinnati Simulation Research Framework with Embedded Intelligent Algorithms for Analysis of Multi-Sensor, High-Cluttered Environments 2016
Dr. Kenneth Chircop University of Malta On Trajectory Optimisation for the Reduction of Fuel Burn and Emissions 2015
Dr. Kuangmin Li Ohio University Enhanced Distance Measuring Equipment Carrier Phase 2014
Dr. Fabrice Kunzi Massachusetts Institute of Technology Development of a High-Precision ADS-B Based Conflict Alerting System for Operations in the Airport Environment 2013
Dr. Andrew Sammut University of Malta Runway Collision Avoidance and Alerting System 2011
Dr. Maxime Gariel Georgia Institute of Technology Towards a Graceful Degradation of Air Traffic Management Systems 2010
Dr. Grace Xingxin Gao Stanford University Towards Navigation Based on 120 Satellites Analyzing the New Signals 2009
Dr. Yan Wan Washington State University A Scalable Methodology for Evaluating and Designing Coordinated Air Traffic Flow Management Strategies Under Undercertainty 2008
Dr. Sanjeev Gunawardena Ohio University Development of a Transform-Domain Instrumentation Global Positioning System Receiver for Signal Quality and Anomalous Event Monitoring 2007
Dr. Jacob L. Campbell Ohio University Application of Airborne Laser Scanner to Aerial Navigation 2006
Dr. Alexander M. Mitelman Stanford University Signal Quality Monitoring For GPS Augmentation Systems 2005
Dr. Chad W. Jennings Stanford University Threat Displays for Final Approach 2004
Dr. Tom G. Reynolds Massachusetts Institute of Technology Investigating Conformance Monitoring Issues in Air Traffic Control Using Fault Detection Approaches 2003
Dr. Andrey A. Soloviev Ohio University Investigation into Performance Enhancement of Integrated Global Positioning/Inertial Navigation Systems by Frequency Domain Implementation of Inertial Computational Procedures 2002
Dr. Robert E. Phelts Stanford University Multi-correlator Techniques for Robust Mitigation of Threats to GPS Signal Quality 2001
Dr. Robert A. Gray Ohio University Inflight Detection of Errors for Enhanced Aircraft Flight Safety and Vertical Accuracy Improvement Using Digital Terrain Elevation Data with an Inertial Navigation System, Global Positioning System and Radar Altimeter 2000
Dr. Amy R. Pritchett Massachusetts Institute of Technology Pilot Non-Conformance to Alerting System Commands During Closely Spaced Parallel Approaches 1999
Dr. Chris G. Bartone Ohio University Ranging Airport Pseudolite for Local Area Augmentation Using the Global Positioning System 1998
Dr. Dennis Akos Ohio University A Software Radio Approach to Global Navigation Satellite System Receiver Design 1997
Dr. Boris S. Pervan Stanford University Navigation Integrity for Aircraft Precision Landing Using the Global Positioning System 1996
James K. Kuchar Massachusetts Institute of Technology A Unified Methodology for the Evaluation of Hazard Alerting Systems 1995
Dr. David Diggle Ohio University Satellite-Based Positioning Systems for Flight Reference and Aircraft Autoland Operations 1994
Dr. Clark E. Cohen Stanford University Attitude Determination Using GPS 1993
Michael S. Braasch Ohio University On the Characterization of Multipath Errors in Satellite-Based Precision Approach and Landing Systems 1992
Zhihang Chi Massachusetts Institute of Technology An Adaptive Final Approach Spacing Advisory System: Modeling, Analysis and Simulation 1991
Brenda L. Belkin Princeton University Cooperative Rule-Based Systems for Aircraft Navigation and Control 1990
Frank van Graas Ohio University Hybrid GPS/Loran-C: A Next Generation of Sole Means Air Navigation 1989
Sally A. Mathias Ohio University Development of Siting Criteria for the Collocation of the Microwave Landing System (MLS) and the Approach Lighting System (ALS 1988
Sanjaya Sharma Ohio University Error Sources Affecting Differential or Ground Monitored Operation of the Navstar Global Positioning System 1987
Norry Dogan Massachusetts Institute of Technology Final Approach Guidance Using an Altimeter-Aided Loran-C Display System 1986
John K. Einhorn Massachusetts Institute of Technology Probabilistic Modeling of Loran-C for Nonprecision Approaches 1985
Jon S. Tatro New Mexico State University A Horizontal Display for Vertical and Translational Navigation Flight Control 1984
Fujiko Oguri Ohio University Area Navigation Implementation for a Microcomputer-Based Loran-C Receiver 1983
Joseph P. Fischer Ohio University A Microcomputer-Based Position Updating System for General Aviation Utilizing Loran-C 1982
Kent A. Chamberlin Ohio University Investigation and Development of VHF Ground-Air Propagation Computer Modeling including the Attenuating Effects of Forested Areas for Within-Line-of-Sight-Propagation Paths 1981
Dr. Dennis B. Beringer University of Illinois Design and Evaluation of Complex Systems: Applications to a Man-Machine Interface for Aerial Navigation 1980
Paul Barton University College, London Airborne Signal Processing for the Microwave Doppler Landing Systems 1979
James R. Becker, Jr Dartmouth College, Thayer School of Engineering The Design of Airborne Navigation Equipment for General Aviation 1978
Chen-Chung Hsin Massachusetts Institute of Technology Flight Transportation Laboratory, An Analytical Study of Advanced Terminal Area Air Traffic Management and Control 1977
Yuk-Bun Cheng West Virginia University Analysis of Aircraft Antenna Radiation for Microwave Landing Systems Using Geometrical Theory of Diffraction 1976
Peter V. Hwoschinsky Massachusetts Institute of Technology Flight Test and Evaluation of Omega Navigation for General Aviation Aircraft 1975