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Dr. Miwa Hayashi and co-authors received the 2019 Best Paper in the Aviation Systems Division Award

Dr. Miwa Hayashi accepts the 2019 Aviation Sytems Division Best Paper trophy.
Dr. Miwa Hayashi accepts the 2019 Aviation Sytems Division Best Paper Award. (From left to right: Aviation Systems Division Deputy Chief, Katharine Lee; Aerospace Simulation Research and Development Branch Chief, Shannon Zelinski; Ames Center Director Dr. Eugene Tu; Dr. Miwa Hayashi; and Ames Chief Scientist Dr. Jacob Cohen.)

The “AF Best Paper” is an award the Aviation Systems Division supervisory team created to recognize the excellence of our Division’s work. All conference papers authored by both civil servants and contractors in the Aviation Systems Division between August 1 and July 31 are considered. As with last year, this year’s selection was difficult. All of our papers stand out in their excellence, and this review process reminds us all of our outstanding technical work.

We are pleased to announce that this year’s AF Best Paper is titled “Evaluation of a Dynamic Weather-Avoidance Rerouting Tool in Adjacent-Center Arrival Metering” authored by Miwa Hayashi, Doug Isaacson, and Huabin Tang. The paper describes a Human-In-The-Loop (HITL) simulation using the NASA Dynamic Reroutes for Arrivals in Weather (DRAW) decision support tool, examines how such a tool could reduce air traffic controller workload during periods of convective weather (thunderstorms), and presents the results of that simulation study.

Coordinated with the Office of the Chief Scientist, Dr. Miwa Hayashi presented the research represented in the paper to Ames Research Center staff on December 12, 2019.

Congratulations to the entire authorship team!

Dr. Miwa Hayashi and her co-authors assemble for a group photo.

Dr. Miwa Hayashi and her research team assemble for a group photo.

Dr. Miwa Hayashi presents her team's paper at Ames Research Center.



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