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  • BAAM-CI (Big Area Additive Manufacturing -- Cincinnati Incorporated), submitted by Cincinnati Incorporated and ORNL, supported by the Lab's Manufacturing Demonstration Facility, Chad Duty leading, and listed in the Process/Prototyping Category.
    ORNL technologies also won special awards. BAAM-CI also received Editor's Choice in Process/Prototype, and Infrared Nondestructive Weld Examination System, Jian Chen and Zhili Feng with partners ArcelorMittal USA and Eagle Bend Manufacturing, Inc., a finalist in the Analytical/Test and Market Disruptor -- Service categories, received a silver award recognition.
  • Genoa 3D Printing Simulation Software, submitted by AlphaStar Corp, with ORNL support led by Vlastimil Kunc. Listed in the Software/Services category.

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ORNL Awards Night 2011


Early Career Award for Engineering Accomplishment

  • Winner: David Wood
  • Citation: For high-impact research results related to the development of high-performance battery materials and their implementation into commercial processes 

Inventor of the Year

  • Winner: Philip Maziasz
  • Citation: For sustained and outstanding development of new steels and alloys with significant commercial and economic impact, based on the engineered microstructure method

Science and Technology, Technical Support

  • Winner: Julia Luck
  • Citation: For outstanding contributions to the advancement of high-resolution scanning transmission electron microscopy

Excellence in Technology Transfer 

  • Winners: Michael Brady; Bruce Pint; Yukinori Yamamoto; Philip Maziasz; Michael Santella; Alexander DeTrana; Joseph Marasco; Alan Liby; Craig Blue
  • Organizations: Materials Science and Technology Division; Energy & Engineering Sciences; Intellectual Property Management
  • Citation: For development and licensing of AFA steels, a revolutionary new class of heat-resistant steels for higher-efficiency energy production and chemical process industry applications