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First Lichten Internship Award Winner - Mr. Eric Greenwood, II, University of Maryland

First Lichten Internship Award Winner - Mr. Eric Greenwood, II, University of Maryland

 

In 2007, NASA, in collaboration with the American Helicopter Society, AHS announced its First Lichten Internship Award Winner - Mr. Eric Greenwood, II, University of Maryland. Mr. Greenwood was selected based on his paper, "Helicopter External Noise Radiation in Turning Flight: Theory and Experiment." As the winner of the NASA/AHS Lichten Internship Award, NASA will sponsor an 8-week internship for Mr. Greenwood at one of three NASA Centers executing the NASA Subsonic Rotary Wing Project within the Aeronautical Research Mission Directorate's fundamental Aeronautics Program (Ames, Glenn and Langley Research Centers). To be a qualified candidate for the NASA/AHS Lichten Internship Award, the candidate must be a finalist in the AHS International Robert L. Lichten Competition, be a currently registered student in an accredited undergraduate or graduate engineering program, and be a United States citizen.

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March 30, 2007


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