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Supratik Datta receives AIAA Foundation Orville and Wilbur Wright Award

Supratik Datta receives AIAA Foundation Orville and Wilbur Wright Award

 

Supratik Datta (2nd from right), aerospace engineering doctoral student, receieved the prestigious 2008-09 AIAA Foundation Orville and Wilbur Wright Graduate Award. This award was given out at the 2009 Aerospace Sciences Conference in Orlando, FL in January. The Wright Graduate Awards provide $10,000 awards bestowed annually to four graduate-level students participating in research endeavors as part of their engineering/science graduate studies.

Datta is working in the area of smart materials and structures under the guidance of Professor Alison Flatau. His dissertation research involves experimental characterization and modeling of a structural magnetostrictive material called Galfenol for its potential application in sensors and actuators.

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February 3, 2009


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