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THE AWARDS2020 ASME R. Tom Sawyer Award2018 ASME Gas Turbine Award2018 John P. Davis Award2019 Dedicated Service Award2020 ASME IGTI AircraftEngine Technology Award2020 ASME IGTI Industrial GasTurbine Technology Award2020 ASME IGTI Dilip R. BallalEarly Career Engineer AwardAwards Program2

AWARD COMMITTEESHonors & AwardsCommitteeJohn BlantonAircraft EngineTechnology AwardCommitteeAndrew NixIndustrial GasTurbine TechnologyAward CommitteeJohn GülenAwards ProgramChairChairChair3

2020 ASMER. TOM SAWYERAwardAwarded to an individual who has made important contributions to advancethe purpose of the gas turbine industry and the ASME International Gas TurbineInstitute over a substantial period of time. The contribution may be in any areaof Institute activity but must be marked by sustained forthright efforts.Sunao AokiExecutive Corporate AdviserMitsubishi Heavy Industries, Inc.(Retired 2019)Sunao Aoki joined Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) 1972 after receiving his Master’s Degree in AeronauticalEngineering from Kyushu University. He was engaged inthe design and key technology development for new gasturbines from 1972 to 2003. He devised unique technologystrategies for large gas turbines for power generation andled the development of cutting-edge technology throughcollaboration with world-class universities over 20 years.He also played a significant role as the chief turbine designerfor the development of gas turbines, such as M701D, MF111,M501F/M701F, M501G/M701G, and M501H. In 2003, he becamea director of MHI and expanded his activities to manufacturing,supply-chain management, and after-sales service.He was elected a Fellow of ASME in 2004. In 2006, he becamethe CTO and led all of the MHI’s technology development. Heactively promoted the development of critical technologiesfor gas turbines with a firing temperature of 1700 C. Thesetechnologies led to the success of M501J/M701J.He retired from MHI in 2011 as Senior Executive VP. From2013 to 2018, he again worked for MHI and led a project forenhancing the cost competitiveness of the combined cycle.Awards Program4

2018 ASMEGAS TURBINE AWARDThe Gas Turbine Award was established in 1963 to be given in recognitionof an outstanding contribution to the literature of combustion gas turbinesor gas turbines thermally combined with nuclear or steam power plants.Receiving the 2018 Gas Turbine Award for their paper:“Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Optimized Blade Tip Shapes”Bogdan Cernatvon Karman Institute forFluid Dynamics, BelgiumMarek PátýDepartment of TechnicalMathematics, Prague,Czech RepublicAwards ProgramBogdan Cezar Cernat is a PhD Candidate in the Turbomachinery and Propulsion department of the von KarmanInstitute for Fluid Dynamics.Bogdan received his MSc in Mechanical Engineeringfrom Polytechnic University of Marche in Ancona, Italy, wherehe graduated “cum laude” in 2014. In July 2015, he obtainedthe Research Master degree at the von Karman Institute forFluid Dynamics, with a project on the aerodynamic investigation of turbine blade cooling channels by full-field opticalmeasurement techniques.Since 2015, he is a PhD candidate at the von KarmanInstitute. His research entails the implementation of advancedrotor blade tip geometries in aeroengine high pressure turbines. His field of expertise includes experimental and numerical techniques to characterize unsteady turbomachinery flows,with focus on the design and implementation of high-bandwidth aerothermal instrumentation and on the development ofadvanced data-reduction procedures.Bogdan is an active member of the ASME, and hisresearch led to the publication of four journal articles and fivetechnical papers.Marek Pátý is a PhD student at the Department ofTechnical Mathematics at CTU in Prague, Czech Republic.During his master studies at CTU in Prague he led the VehicleAerodynamics Department in the Formula Student teamEForce Prague Formula.After graduating with Distinction in 2015 he started hisPhD on numerical investigation of fluids structure interaction inturbomachines and in 2017 he completed with Honors the Research Master Course at the von Karman Institute in Belgium.Marek is currently finishing his PhD at CTU in Pragueand his research concentrates on numerical flow simulation,postprocessing and flow analysis in turbomachines.5

Dr. Cis DeMaesschalckAerothermal EngineerRolls RoyceDr. SergioLavagnoliAssociate Professorvon Karman InstituteAwards ProgramDr. Cis De Maesschalck is currently a Turbine Aerothermal Engineer in the Future Programmes & Technology groupat Rolls-Royce plc. His work covers the design of the TurbineArchitectures for the next generation civil aircraft engines.He received a Master in Mechanical Engineering fromthe Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium in 2011 and a Research Master specializing in Turbomachinery & Propulsion atthe von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics in 2012. In 2016/17,he obtained a double doctoral degree from Purdue Universityand the Vrije Universiteit Brussel for his combined numericaland experimental work on the optimization of unshroudedturbine blade tip designs.Dr. De Maesschalck is a Fulbright Alumnus, and co-authored over 30 scientific publications and 3 patents whileworking across the globe at universities and in the industry,focusing on today’s aerothermal challenges.He has been involved with ASME since 2013 through avariety of positions, including the ASME ECLIPSE LeadershipProgram, co-organizer of the ASME Advanced Manufacturing& Repair for Gas Turbines Symposium, member of the ASMEIGTI Heat Transfer Committee and he has chaired sessions atTurbo Expo for several years.Dr. Sergio Lavagnoli is an Associate Professor in theTurbomachinery and Propulsion department of the von KarmanInstitute for Fluid Dynamics.He received his MSc in mechanical engineering fromthe Polytechnic University of Marche in Italy in 2006 and in2008 he obtained the Research Master degree from the vonKarman Institute. He received his PhD in Applied Sciencesfrom the Polytechnic University of València, Spain, in 2012with an experimental work on the aero-thermodynamics of amulti-airfoil turbine vane frame for aircraft jet engines. Upongraduation he continued to work at the von Karman Instituteas a post-doctoral researcher and research engineer, beforebeing appointed assistant professor in 2015 and associateprofessor in 2020.Professor Lavagnoli has 13 years of experience on experimental and numerical aerothermal studies on gas turbineengine turbomachinery. His research area includes fundamental studies on the aerodynamics and heat transfer of jet-engineturbines, turbomachinery optimization and development ofinstrumentation and data processing techniques.He has coauthored over thirty technical papers and journal articles and two patents. He is an active ASME and AIAAmember and currently serves in both the AIAA Gas TurbineEngines and the ASME Heat Transfer technical committees.Sergio is also a member of the editorial board of the IGTIGlobal Gas Turbine News.6

2018JOHN P. DAVIS AWARDAwarded to a paper that focuses on new or continuing gas turbine applications,identifies planning, installation, operating and/or maintenance problems and theirsolutions, and exemplifies candid exposure of real-world problems and solutions.Dr. Sung ChoiScience &Technology LeadNaval Air SystemsCommandDavid ShiflerS&T Program OfficerOffice of Naval ResearchAwards ProgramDr. Sung Choi is a Science & Technology Lead in materials engineering at Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR).He received his MS and PhD in Mechanical Engineering fromUniversity of Washington and University of Massachusetts Amherst, respectively. Dr. Choi’s major areas of interest includeadvanced propulsion materials systems in their applicationsto structural propulsion components with respect to fractureand fatigue, reliability, environmental durability, life prediction/modeling, and test methodology developments. He has over30 years of experience in propulsion materials, including 17years at the NASA Glenn. He works extensively with industry,academia, and government to implement propulsion materialstechnologies to advanced Naval propulsion systems. Dr. Choiis a former Chair of Ceramics Committee of IGTI, a recipient of4 IGTI Best Paper Awards, a Fellow of ASME, and an AssociateFellow of NAVAIR. He has written over 250 technical articles injournals, proceedings, reports, and book chapters.Dave has over 40 years of experience in the areas ofmaterials and materials characterizations. He is currently S&Tprogram officer in the Naval Materials Division of the MissionCapable, Persistent and Survivable Naval Platforms Department (Code 33) at the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in theareas of high temperature propulsion materials for aero andshipboard gas turbine engines and in cellular materials forblast mitigation and thermal management.He is a NACE-certified Corrosion Specialist, a NACE-certified Materials/Design Specialist and a registered professionalengineer (metallurgical engineering). He is a Fellow of NACEInternational, the Institute of Corrosion in the UK, and ASMInternational.He has edited several books and has authored numerous book chapters, papers, and government technical reports,in the areas of non-aqueous, aqueous, and high temperaturecorrosion. He is currently finalizing a book on Marine Corrosion. He also belongs to numerous professional societiesrelated to materials, materials characterization, corrosion, andelectrochemistry of materials.7

2019 ASMEDEDICATED SERVICEAwardThe ASME Dedicated Service Award honors unusual dedicated voluntary service tothe Society marked by outstanding performance, demonstrated effective leadership,prolonged and committed service, devotion, enthusiasm and faithfulness.Dr. MichaelKlassenVice President & PrincipalResearch EngineerCombustion Science& EngineeringDr. Atul KohliSenior FellowHeat Transfer —Analytical MethodsAwards ProgramDr. Klassen is Vice-President and Principal ResearchEngineer at Combustion Science & Engineering, Inc. Heis responsible for the design and execution of numerousexperimental and analytical projects in combustion researchand fire protection engineering. Dr. Klassen is also ChiefTechnical Officer for LPP Combustion. He is a co-inventor of aprocess for clean combustion of liquid fuels and responsiblefor development of the technology.Dr. Klassen obtained his Ph.D. at the University ofMaryland, where he studied the combustion propertiesof liquid-fuel pool flames. Dr. Klassen served as a VisitingAssistant Professor at Purdue University, where he developedlaser and optical diagnostic techniques for use in combustionapplications and studied NOx formation at elevated pressures.Dr. Klassen has recently directed research projects in areasincluding ignition, combustion kinetics and high-pressure combustion. Dr. Klassen recently completed a term as the Chair ofthe Combustion Fuels and Emissions Committee for IGTI.Dr. Atul Kohli received his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technologyin Kharagpur, India. After receiving his Masters and PhD. inMechanical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin,he joined Pratt & Whitney in 1997. Atul has held positions of increasing responsibility within Turbine Aerodynamics, Multi-Disciplinary Optimization, Turbine Durability and Aero-ThermalSystems disciplines. His focus has been on improvedmodeling of cooling and heat transfer across various enginecomponents. As Senior Technical Fellow, he impacts a broadrange of Pratt & Whitney products by improving proficiencyof practitioners and developing state-of-the-art analytical methods and design processes. He has more than 30 refereedpublications and 15 issued patents with over 30 pending.Since 1995, Atul has participated in the ASME TurboExpo in various roles as an author, reviewer, session organizer,vanguard chair, point contact and most recently, conferencechair. He has been an active member of the K-14 Heat Transfercommittee and is the incoming vice-chair. Atul was elected anASME fellow in 2009.8

2020AIRCRAFT ENGINETECHNOLOGY AWARDFor outstanding contribution to air breathing propulsion throughinspiring leadership, education, and research having major impacts onaircraft engine operational capability, performance, and design.Dr. Wing NgChrist Kraft Endowed Professor, College of EngineeringAlumni Distinguished ProfessorVirginia TechDr. Wing Ng is the Chris Kraft Endowed Professor in theCollege of Engineering and an Alumni Distinguished Professorat VaTech. In addition to being a professor, Wing is alsothe founder of Techsburg; an engineering company thathas provided important testing services to the aerospaceand gas turbine industries for over twenty years.He has performed research for industries (Rolls-Royce,Pratt & Whitney, General Electric, Siemens, Honeywell,Solar Turbines, Honda, Doosan, Northrop-Grumman etc)and government agencies (NASA, DoD, DOE). Many of hisresearch directly impact aerospace products, resulting insignificant saving to his sponsors. Wing has also receivedseveral awards for his teaching and research and hasreceived several best paper awards from ASME and AIAA.He has served as Technical Editors for several Journals forboth of these professional societies, and he is a Fellow of theASME and a Fellow of AIAA. Wing is also active in serving theUS government and has given expert testimony to the USCongress relating to US aerospace industries, as well as servedon various advisory committees for NASA and the DoD.Wing received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from NortheasternU and an MS and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from MIT.Awards Program9

2020INDUSTRIAL GASTURBINE TECHNOLOGYFor outstanding contributions and leadership in gas turbine combustionresearch and development in electric power generation industry.AwardDr. Thomas SattelmayerProfessor and Chair of the ThermodynamicsInstitute in Mechanical EngineeringTechnical University of MunichAfter 11 years in industry at BBC/ABB, Dr. Sattelmayerjoined the Technical University of Munich in Germanyin 1997 and since then he is Professor and Chair of theThermodynamics Institute in Mechanical Engineering.His research interest is related to thermo fluid dynamicswith special focus on power systems, reliability & safety, mobilityand water. In the combustion area, research projects includethermoacoustics instabilities, turbulent flame noise, flamepropagation, self-ignition and engine knock, turbulent mixing,NOx and CO formation, supersonic combustion andtransition from deflagration to detonation. Researchprojects in two-phase flow and heat transfer include energysystems, atomization, confined multiphase flows, subcooledboiling and catalytic exhaust gas treatment with urea.Since his first ASME journal publication appeared in 1986,Dr. Sattelmayer has remained closely associated with the ASMEInternational Gas Turbine Institute throughout his professionalcareer and has been active in almost all functions of the Institute.Dr. Sattelmayer received the IGTI John P. Davis Award in 1990,the Asea Brown Boveri Technology Achievement Award in 1993,the ASME Gas Turbine Award in 2002 and 2011 and the InnovationAward of the Global Power and Propulsion Society (GPPS) in 2017.He has a total of about 550 publications, including about170 journal publications and some book chapters.More than 100 students have completed their doctorates at theThermodynamics Institute under Dr. Sattelmayer’s supervision.Awards Program10

2020DILIP R. BALAL EARLYCAREER AWARDAwarded to an individual who has made significant contributions inthe gas turbine industry within the first five years of their career.Dr. Reid BerdanierAssistant Research Professor, Mechanical EngineeringPenn State UniversityDr. Reid Berdanier is an Assistant Research Professor at PennState University in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.He obtained a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering fromSyracuse University in 2010. He then moved to PurdueUniversity, where he received an M.S. in MechanicalEngineering in 2012 and a Ph.D. in 2015.At Purdue, his research contributions focused on theexperimental characterization of rotor tip clearance flowsin multistage compressors. In 2016, Dr. Berdanier joinedthe faculty at Penn State University as part of the SteadyThermal Aero Research Turbine (START) Laboratory.His current research focuses on the development and integrationof novel instrumentation techniques for turbomachineryapplications and the use of these methods to reveal theunderlying flow physics governing aerodynamics and heattransfer in turbines and compressors. He is an active memberof ASME and the IGTI Turbomachinery Committee.Awards Program11

OUTGOING CHAIRSThe core of IGTI is its committees, and the members of those committees driveour excellence. We greatly appreciate those individuals who commit to leadingthese committees as chair and recognize their time, expertise and effort requiredto do the job. Thank you for your service from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2020.Wilfried VisserJohan Van der SpuyAircraft Engine CommitteeFans and Blowers CommitteeJun ShiJohn BlantonCeramics CommitteeHeat Transfer CommitteePierre Q. GauthierDouglas NagyCoal, Biomass & AlternativeFuels CommitteeManufacturing Materials &Metallurgy CommitteePeter LoftusJerzy T. SawickiControls, Diagnostics &Instrumentation CommitteeStructures & Dynamics CommitteeIonna AslanidouEducation CommitteeShawn SirokaStudent Advisory CommitteeThomas ChristiansenElectric Power CommitteeAwards Program12

ASME IGTI CommitteeBEST PAPERSAircraft EngineGT2019-91039: Fan FlowField in an Installed VariablePitch Fan Operating inReverse Thrust for a Rangeof Aircraft Landing SpeedsDavid John Rajendran,Vassilios PachidisCeramicsGT2019-90368: ForeignObject Impact Damage inCeramic Matrix Composites:Experiments andComputational PredictionsRajesh Kumar,Matthew MordaskyCoal, Biomass &Alternative FuelsGT2019-91191:Implementing EnvironmentalImpact Assessment on theLife Cycle for Industrial GasTurbines DevelopmentAlessandro Musacchio,Mattia Vicarelli, SimoneColantoni, Pietro Bartocci,Francesco FantozziCombustion, Fuels,and EmissionsGT2019-91396: Impact ofWall Temperature in LargeEddy Simulation of LightRound in an Annular LiquidFueled Combustor andAssessment of Wall ModelsStefano Puggelli, ThéaLancien, Kevin Prieur,Daniel Durox, SebastienCandel, Ronan VicquelinGT2019-90447: Examiningthe Effect of GeometryChanges in IndustrialFuel Injection Systems onHydrodynamic StructuresWith BiGlobal LinearStability AnalysisThomas Ludwig Kaiser,Kilian Oberleithner, LaurentSelle, Thierry PoinsotGT2019-90438: Predictionof the Flow Responseof a Turbulent Flame toAcoustic PertubationsBased on Mean FlowResolvent AnalysisThomas Ludwig Kaiser,Lutz Lesshafft, KilianOberleithnerControls,Diagnostics, andInstrumentationCycle InnovationsGT2019-91036: TechnoEconomic ComparativeAnalysis of InnovativeCombined Cycle PowerPlant Layouts IntegratedWith Heat Pumps andThermal Energy StorageRafael Guédez, JoseGarcia, Antti Nuutinen,Giovanni Graziano, JustinChiu, Alessandro Sorce,Luca Piantelli, AlbertoTraverso, Björn LaumertGT2019-91138: ModelBased Analysis of theStart-Up Improvement of aCCPP due to Steam TurbineWarm-Keeping With AirDennis Toebben, TobiasBurgard, Sebastian Berg,Manfred Wirsum, Pei Liu,Zheng Li, Wolfgang F.D. Mohr, Klaus HelbigEducationGT2019-92060: OfferingEngineering StudentsGlobal ProspectiveThrough ExperientialLearning Project in WindEnergy and SustainabilityLamyaa El-Gabry,Tina JaskolskiGT2019-90161: ExtendingEngine Gas Path AnalysisUsing Full Flight DataLiang Tang, AllanVolponi, Ethan PriharAwards Program13

Electric PowerGT2019-90773:Development of HighEfficiency 5MW Class GasTurbine the Kawasaki M5AShinya Ishihara, KojiTerauchi, TakuyaIkeguchi, Masanori RyuFans & BlowersGT2019-90212: SuccessiveAeroacoustic Transfer ofLeading Edge SerrationsFrom Single Airfoil to LowPressure Fan ApplicationTill M. Biedermann,Frank Kameier, ChristianOliver PaschereitHeat TransferGT2019-91870: HeatTransfer CoefficientAugmentation for a ShapedFilm Cooling Hole at aRange of Compound AnglesShane Haydt,Stephen LynchGT2019-90997: ScalingFlat Plate, Low TemperatureAdiabatic EffectivenessResults Using theAdvective Capacity RatioJacob Fischer, James L.Rutledge, Luke McNamara,Marc D. PolankaGT2019-90770: NumericalInvestigation on the Effectof Rotation and HolesArrangement in ColdBridge Type ImpingementCooling SystemsSimone Paccati, LorenzoCocchi, Lorenzo Mazzei,Antonio AndreiniAwards ProgramIndustrial andCogenerationOil & GasApplicationsGT2019-90324: Gas PathDiagnostics for a OnceThrough Steam GeneratorGT2019-90057:Anomaly Detection inGas Turbine Time Seriesby Means of BayesianHierarchical ModelsYuzhi Chen, YiguangLi, Mike NewbyManufacturingMaterials &MetallurgyEnzo Losi, Mauro Venturini,Lucrezia Manservigi,Giuseppe Fabio Ceschini,Giovanni BechiniGT2019-90971:Development of ProductionEddy Current InspectionProcess for AdditivelyManufactured Industrial GasTurbine Engine ComponentsSteam TurbineBrandon Kemerling,Daniel RyanKlaus Helbig, DennisJarmowski, Felix Kolzow,Christian KontermannMarineGT2019-91873: Advantagesand Experience ofUsing SSS (SynchroSelf-Shifting) Clutches inHybrid Propulsion Such AsCODELOG or CODELAGNaval Marine SystemsMorgan Hendry,Nicholas BellamyMircoturbines,Turbochargers,and SmallTurbomachineryGT2019-91596: A NumericalThermohydrodynamicStudy of Fixed Pad OilLubricated Thrust BearingsSaeid Dousti, Paul Allaire,Jianming Cao, BradleyNichols, Timothy DimondGT2019-91297: ProbabilisticLifetime AssessmentApproach of 2%-Cr SteelConsidering Material andLoading Profile ScatterGT2019-90003:Development andVerification Tests ofTitanium 50-Inch and60-Inch Last Stage Bladesfor Steam TurbinesShigeki Senoo, TakeshiKudo, Hisataka Fukushima,Kiyoshi Segawa,Kazuya SakakibaraStructures &DynamicsGT2019-90396: SimpleContact Stiffness ModelValidation for Tie BoltRotor Design With ButtJoints and Pilot FitsAaron Rimpel,Matthew Leopard14

GT2019-91621: ConceptualFlutter Analysis ofStepped Labyrinth SealsRoque Corral, AlmudenaVega, Michele GrecoGT2019-90984: PressureProfile MeasurementsWithin the Gas Film ofJournal Foil BearingsUsing an InstrumentedRotor With TelemetryKarim Shalash, JürgSchiffmannGT2019-91189: TheRole of TurbomachineryPerformance inthe Optimization ofSupercritical CarbonDioxide Power SystemsAlessandro Romei, PaoloGaetani, Andrea Giostri,Giacomo PersicoTurbomachineryGT2019-92048: TheInfluence of Fan Root Flowon the Aerodynamics of aLow-Pressure CompressorTransition DuctSupercriticalCO2 Power CycleCommitteeGT2019-90493: sCO2Power Cycle ComponentCost Correlations From DOEData Spanning MultipleScales and ApplicationsA Duncan Walker,Ian Mariah, DimitraTsakmakidou, HirenVadhvana, Chris HallGT2019-90217: TipLeakage Flow Instability ina Centrifugal CompressorTeng Cao, Tadashi Kanzaka,Liping Xu, Tobias BrandvikGT2019-90307: The Impactof Combustor Turbulence onTurbine Loss MechanismsMasha Folk, Robert J.Miller, John D. CoullWind EnergyGT2019-90956: Assessingthe Sensitivity of StallRegulated Wind TurbinePower to Blade DesignUsing High-Fidelity CFDAndrea Giuseppe Sanvito,Giacomo Persico, MicheleSergio CampobassoNathan T. Weiland. Blake W.Lance, Sandeep R. PidapartiASME IGTI CommitteeBEST TUTORIALOil & Gas ApplicationsIndustrial Gas Turbines: An IntroductionRainer Kurz, Bernhard WinkelmannAwards Program15

2020YOUNG ENGINEERTURBO EXPOParticipation AwardSaarthak GuptaIzzet SahinIndian Institute of ScienceTexas A&M UniversityXiao HeHari ShresthaImperial College LondonAtlas Copco Comptec LLCShreyas HegdeSanna SiddiquiDuke UniversityFlorida Polytechnic UniversityDaniel InmanDung TranPurdue University/ USA Air ForceEnergy Recovery IncHardik JaniXing YangTexas A&M UniversityXi’an Jiaotong UniversityAndressa JohnsonJames BraunUniversity of ConnecticutPurdue UniversityHussain KaizarElise DelhezTexas A&M UniversityUniversity of Liege (Belgium) &Polytechnique Montreal (Canada)Zhihui LiInstitute of Engineering Thermophysics,Chinese Academy of SciencesScott EgbertUniversity of Colorado BoulderMarco ManfrediMahmood AlqeflPolitecnico di MilanoPraxairLuca MantelliMaria Alessadandra AnconaUniversità degli Studi di GenovaUniversity of BolognaAwards Program16

2020STUDENT ADVISORYCOMMITTEETravel AwardDino Anthony CelliAlessandro RomeiThe Ohio State UniversityPolitecnico di MilanpTânia Sofia Cação FerreiraBrian, Frederick, KniselyUniversité catholique de Louvain/vonKarman Institute for Fluid DynamicsPennsylvania State UniversitySpencer SperlingThe Ohio State UniversityAvinash Ambadas RenukeUniversity of Genoa, ItalyManas Madasseri PayyappalliIndian Institute of Technology BombayRichard Alan CelestinaThe Ohio State UniversityElissavet Boufidivon Karman Institute/UniversitéCatholique de LouvainMavroudis D. KavvalosKedar Prasad NawatheUniversity of Minnesota -- Twin CitiesRahul KumarIndian Institute of Technology MadrasMohammed Ibrahim KitturUniversity of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaKishore RanganathRamakrishnanNorth Carolina State UniversityBernhard StiehlUniverstiy of Central FloridaShinjan GhoshMalardalen University (MDH)University of Central FloridaMatthew Aaron MeierShuo MaoPurdue UniversityVirginia TechLouis Edward ChristensenErik Matthew NinnemannThe Ohio State UniversityAwards ProgramUniversity of Central Florida17

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THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (ASME ) GO.ASME.ORG/IGTI. A 2 THE AWARDS 2020 ASME R. Tom Sawyer Award 2018 ASME Gas Turbine Award 2018 John P. Davis Award 2019 Dedicated Service Award 2020 ASME IGTI Aircraft Engine Technology Award 2020 ASME IGTI Industrial Gas

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