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Brandon Johnson (M16) awarded the 2010 National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship

Brandon Johnson (M16), '08, mechanical engineering, was recently awarded the 2010 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Brandon's proposal was entitled "Monte Carlo-based Adjoint Methods for Hypersonic Vehicles” and was concerned with developing computational methods for use in uncertainty quantification and multi-disciplinary design optimization (MDO) for a reusable launch vehicle (RLV). Brandon's research will focus on hypersonic aircraft design.

Brandon is currently enrolled in a M.S. program at Stanford University and plans to take his Ph.D. qualifying exam in Fall 2010.


Posted by Stanyell Bruce on April 15, 2010 9:27 AM |

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