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SAE International Honors Praveen Anumolu with the 2010 SAE/InterRegs Standards & Regulations Award for Young Engineers

WARRENDALE, Pa., June 8, 2010 - SAE International honored Praveen Anumolu, a former research engineer at Northrop Grumman Corporation who now works as director of engineering services for ASR International Corporation with the 2010 SAE/InterRegs Standards & Regulations Award for Young Engineers. He was presented with the award during the SAE Government/Industry Meeting, held earlier this year in Washington, D.C.

The 2010 SAE/InterRegs Standards & Regulations Award for Young Engineers recognizes a practicing engineer under the age of 40 who is involved in standards, regulations or conformity assessment systems which improved safety or reduced emissions in a ground vehicle mobility product. The award was established in 2000 by InterRegs and the SAE Foundation as a way to reward participation in standards and regulations by young engineers, and to hopefully encourage increased participation in this area of engineering in the future.

Anumolu responsibilities with Northrop Grumman have included performing electromagnetic simulations, fiber optic and photonic communications design, and the development of next generation simulations software codes and computer architectures.     Praveen has authored or co-authored more than 30 papers or presentations in topics such as advanced electromagnetic simulations, advanced fiber optics architectures, homeland security solutions, and plug-in hybrid vehicles. He is an active participant in the SAE Aerospace Standards Division AS-3 (Aerospace Fiber Optics and Photonics) working groups, having been an integral part of the drafting or revision of several published standards.  Anumolu is a member of the IEEE and is the technical chair of the 2010 IEEE/LEOS Aviation Fiber Optics and Photonics Conference.  He is a member of the Electromagnetic Codes Consortium and an active participant in the Advanced Computational Electromagnetics Society. Anumolu earned bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering and geological sciences and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Cornell University.

To arrange an interview with Praveen Anumolu, e-mail Phil Metzner at philm@asrintl.com , to learn more about the work of Northrop Grumman e-mail John Vosilla at john.vosilla@ngc.com , to learn more about the 2010 SAE/InterRegs Standards & Regulations Award for Young Engineers, e-mail pr@sae.org .

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