Daniel M. Nosenchuck

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Daniel M. Nosenchuck is a member of the Department of Mechanical and Aero Engineering at Princeton University.


  • Ph.D. Aeronautics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California
  • M.S. Aeronautics, California Institute of Technology, June 1977
  • B.S. Aerospace Engineer and Mechanical Engineer, Syracuse University, Syracuse New York, May 1976


  • Princeton University, Princeton New Jersey: 7/88-Present: Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering; 8/83-6/88: Assistant Professor

Selected Honors

  • Excellence in Teaching Award, Princeton University Undergraduate Engineering Council, 1993
  • Presidential Young Investigator Award (NSF), 1984-1989
  • GTE Emerging Scholar, 1987
  • Rheinstein Award, School of Engineering, Princeton University, 1986
  • IBM Faculty Development Award 1984 - 1985
  • EMMY Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for Outstanding *Individual Achievement - Special Visual Effects: The Day After', 1984
  • The William F Ballhaus Prize for the Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation in Aeronautics California Institute of Technology, 1982

Recent Department of Defense Activities

  • Member of Naval Studies Board Panels on:
  • Joint Strike Operations
  • Regional Conflict (Combat Power Panel)