Amardip and Qina receive Best Paper Award at the 44th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference

Amardip and Qina receive Best Paper Award at the 44th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference


The paper entitled "Effects of Fuel Density, Velocity, and Composition on Flame-Acoustic Interaction," (AIAA-2007-0570) by Amardip Ghosh, Qina Diao, and Professor Ken Yu, was selected as the 2007 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Propellants & Combustion Best Paper Award.

This prestigious award is competitively selected among all propellants and combustion area papers accepted in a given calendar year by AIAA. The 2007 best paper award was selected among 184 accepted papers from 27 technical sessions organized by AIAA Propellants and Combustion Technical Committee.

Related Articles:
UMD Sweeps AIAA Region I Student Papers Conference Masters Division
Jones Named AIAA Associate Fellow
Wereley Awarded 2015 AIAA NCS Marvin C. Demler Award
Fievisohn Receives AIAA Foundation Martin Summerfield Propellants and Combustion Graduate Award
Jones Named AIAA National Capital Section's Hal Andrew Young Engineer of the Year
UMD Students Excel at AAIA Region 1 Student Paper Conference
Aerospace Students Excel at 14th AIAA YPSE Conference
Lauren Trollinger Awarded a WIA Foundation—AIAA Digital Avionics Scholarship
Five Aerospace Engineering Faculty Promoted to AIAA Associate Fellows
Aerospace Engineering Students Win at the AIAA Student Paper Conference

July 28, 2008

«Previous Story  



Current Headlines

University of Maryland School of Engineering Announces Unprecedented Investment from A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation

Reaching for the Sky

Sturdy Insulator Made of Wood

Maryland UAS Experts Join Humanitarian Effort to Rebuild a Devastated Dominica

Clark School Researchers Recognized for Exceptional Inventions

UAS Test Site Seeks Summer 2018 Interns

Derek Paley interviewed for WYPR's 'On the Record'

The Clark School Celebrates Women's History Month

UMD’s Woehl Research Group Wins Grant to Explore Stability of Nanocomposites

UMD Awarded $1.4 Million to Design New Treatment for PCBs, Heavy Metals in Stormwater

Back to top  
CORE Home Clark School Home UMD Home Aerospace Engineering