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Dr. Anya Jones, Assistant Professor of aerospace engineering has been named a recipient of the 2011 NATO Research and Technology Organization's (RTO) Scientific Achievement Award. This has been presented to Dr. Jones in recognition of her revolutionary work in unsteady flows of micro air vehicles, including significant contributions to the mission of NATO's RTO task group in this topic area, with representation from 9 nations.

The recognition comes with a certificate and letter of congratulations from Maj. Gen. Albert Husniaux, Director of the Research and Technology Agency.

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October 28, 2011

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