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NASA Ames Fellows

The Ames Fellow Program is designed to identify and acknowledge a very small number of Ames Research Center (ARC) employees for their national or international reputation of scientific or engineering excellence and their contributions to NASA and our research center. The rank of fellow is considered to be the highest recognition that Ames Research Center can bestow upon one of its own employees for research excellence. The award was first given in 1986 to Harvard Lomax and Robert Jones (honorary). Harvard Lomax was a pioneer in the field of computational fluid dynamics, and Robert T. Jones was one of the premier aeronautical engineers of the twentieth century.

2015
William J. Borucki

2011
Louis J. Allamandola
Baruch S. Blumberg
Wayne R. Johnson
Hans Mark
 
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1999
Charles W. Bauschlicher
Heinz Erzberger

1991
Howard Goldstein

1989
Charles E. Billings

1987
James B. Pollack

1986
Robert T. Jones (Honorary)
Harvard Lomax

Associate Fellows

The Ames Associate Fellow is an honorary designation to recognize exceptional scientific/engineering research by ARC staff members (civil servants). To make this award accessible to younger scientists and engineers the residency requirement at ARC is only five years, and the evaluation puts special emphasis on achievements by the nominee in the last 3-5 years before nomination. Nevertheless, the award is so competitive, that it has been won primarily by more senior staff members that have achieved international recognition in their field of research.

1983
Dave Des Marais
James B. Pollack
Murray Tobak

1984
R. Dale Reed
Emily Holton
Einar K. Enevoldson

1985
Murray Tobak
James B. Pollack

1986
Morris W. Rubesin
O. Brian Toon

1987
Charles W. Bauschlicher, Jr.
Jeffrey N. Cuzzi

1988
Morris W. Rubesin
Heinz Erzberger
Joseph Steger

1989
Thomas Pulliam
George Meyer

1990
Hanwant Singh
Stephanie Langhoff

1991
Pam Matson
David Hollenback, Jr.

1992
Francisco Valero
Jack Franklin
Lewis Schiff

1993
Christopher P. McKay
Andrew B. Watson

1994
Theodore Bunch
Phillip Russell

1995
Louis Allamandola
David Schwenke

1996
Man Mohan Rai
Edwin Erickson

1997
Terry Holst
Timothy Lee

1998
Patrick Cassen

1999
Charles Wade
Scott Sandford

2000
John Greenleaf
Mark Tischler

2001
Banavar Sridhar
Kevin Zahnle

2002
David Des Marais
Dochan Kwak

2003
Roger Remington
Daniel Reda

2006
Dale Cruikshank
Ruth Globus

2007
Jack Lissauer
Chris Potter

2014
Ethiraj Venkatapathy
Ramakrishna Nemani

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