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James Kerley Award Winners

Nithin Abraham displays her 2018 James Kerley Award.

This is an annual award given by the Strategic Partnerships Office to Goddard civil servants who have been instrumental in transferring technologies outside of NASA. The Kerley Award is named after James Kerley, a champion of technology transfer.

WINNERS:

2018

  • Nithin Abraham (Code 546)

2017

  • Keith Gendreau (Code 662)

2016

  • Michael Krainak (Code 554)

2015

  • Russel Carpenter (Code 444)

2013 / 2014

  • Geoff Bland, Ted Miles (Code 610.W)

2012

  • Bruce Dean, Matthew Bolcar, Ron Shiri, Timo Saha, J. Scott Smith, David Aronstein, Rick Lyon — Wavefront Sensing Team (Code 551)

2011

  • Dan Smith (Code 690)

2010

  • Tom Flatley (Code 690)

2009

  • Mike Hinchey (Code 690)

2008

  • Stephanie Getty (Code 690)

2007

  • Glenn Rakow (Code 561) — SpaceWire protocol for data transmission in flight electronics

2006

2005

  • Dr. Peter Shirron (Code 552) — Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerator (ADR)

2004

2003

  • Dr. Norden Huang (Code 614.2) — Hilbert-Huang Transform

2000

  • Dr. Matthew McGill (Code 613.1) — Holographic Circle-to-Point Converter

1999

1998

  • Geary Schwemmer (Code 613.1) — Holographic optical element technology

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