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Dr. Kumar Krishen

Personal Information

 

Name                                        Kumar Krishen, Ph.D., Fellow, SDPS

Mailing Address                       ST/ Senior Scientist/Lead Technologist, Code: AF
                                                 NASA Johnson Space Center
                                                 2101 NASA Road 1
                                                 Houston, TX  77058

Phone Numbers/E-mail            Office: 281-483-1348   Fax: 281- 244- 8452                       

Cell: 281-253-8801,  E-mail: kumar.krishen-1@nasa.gov

Citizenship Status                    U.S. Citizen/ Secret Clearance

Federal Grade                          ST

Marital Status:                          Married - Father of three daughters

EDUCATION:                       Ph.D., Kansas State University, 1969
                                                 Electrical Engineering (Electronics)

                                                 M.S., Kansas State University, 1966
                                                 Electrical Engineering

                                                 M. Technology, Calcutta University, 1963
                                                 Radio Physics and Electronics
                                                
                                                 B. Technology, Calcutta University, 1962
                                                 Radio Physics and Electronics

                                                 B.A., Jammu & Kashmir University, 1959
                                                 Physics and Double Course Mathematics

                                                 Univ. of Houston, 1980-85; 14 hours graduate courses

Publications                             More than 170 in various areas of science and technology

 Professional Advancement/                          More than 130 short courses

Continuing Education                                  and 50 conferences

Most Recent Supervisors                              Dr. Jim Blair, Vice Provost

                                                                        Office of Research Programs
                                                                        301 Burruss Hall
                                                                        Blacksburg, VA 24061
                                                                        Phone: 540-231-5410

                                                                        Ms. Michele Brekke, Director
                                                                        Code AT/NASA Johnson Space Center
                                                                        Phone:  281-483-4614

                                   

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

                                                                Technology Transfer Office
                                                                NASA Johnson Space Center

As research & development Lead, responsible for providing technical interface to industries, NASA centers, universities, and Government agencies on research, technology transfer and commercialization and development to promote NASA technology commercialization and multi-use technology development.

 

                                                                Technology Transfer and Commercialization
                                                                NASA Johnson Space Center
 
Responsible for providing technical interface to industries, NASA centers, universities, and Government agencies on research, technology transfer and commercialization and development to promote NASA technology commercialization and multi-use technology development.

                                                                Technology Transfer and Commercialization
                                                                NASA Johnson Space Center
 
Responsible for providing technical interface to industries, NASA centers, universities, and Government agencies on research, technology transfer and commercialization and development to promote NASA technology commercialization and multi-use technology development.

 

                                                                          University Special Initiatives
                                                                           Virginia Tech
                                                 
Responsible for developing new strategies/methods for technology transfer and commercialization, promoting joint research and technology programs with industries, NASA centers, other universities, and Government agencies, and teaching and research.

 

                                                               Technology Transfer and Commercialization
                                                                NASA Johnson Space Center
 
Responsible for providing technical interface to industries, NASA centers, universities, and Government agencies on research, technology transfer and commercialization and development to promote NASA technology commercialization and multi-use technology development.

 
Responsible for assisting in the planning of, and advocating and reviewing, advanced technology programs which support the strategic research and technology goals of the Center and the Agency.  Serves as the primary JSC focal point of contact for Headquarters and other NASA centers, and DOD/Air Force for developing joint research and technology projects and plans.

 

 
Responsible for planning, advocating, coordinating, and reviewing the Directorate technology efforts and advanced projects which support the strategic technology and exploration goals of the Directorate, Center, and the Agency.

                                                         Tracking and Communications Division, NASA JSC

Responsible for managing on going advanced programs and developing new programs in the areas of tracking, communications, robotics/automation vision for NASA missions/applications.

 

                                                  Tracking and Communications Division. NASA JSC

Responsible for developing and directing a coordinated Research and Technology program for the Division with particular emphasis to the Shuttle and the Space Station programs.

                                                                  NASA Johnson Space Center
 
Responsible for developing microwave technology for earth, planetary, and human sciences. During these years, developed and managed programs in Seasat SAR and scatterometer evaluation, soil salinity monitoring, advanced technology for synthetic aperture radars, and RF hyperthermia systems. Served as one of four team members on the Johnson Space Center Microwave Program Planning Committee.

 

                                                            Science Payloads Division, NASA JSC

 Responsible for technical planning and conduct of various projects related to microwave space science and technology, specifically, in the Earth resources area.

                                                                  Earth Observations Division,
                                                               Science and Applications Directorate, NASA JSC

Responsible for overseeing the technical planning and conduct of the various microwave projects related to agriculture, range, and forestry.

                                                            Lockheed Electronics Company, Incorporated

Supported Earth Observations Division, NASA/Johnson Space Center. Responsibilities included research planning, systems design, data interpretation, and signature analysis in the Microwave Remote Sensing program.  Served as technical consultant to evaluate advanced microwave theories and systems.  Appointed Co-Principal Investigator on several NASA/Aircraft Earth Resources Program Missions, served as the Sensor Performance Evaluation Project Leader for the S-193 and S-194 Skylab Systems and SEASAT systems.

July 1968 to June 1969      Assistant Professor, EE Dept., Kansas State University

Responsibilities included research, and teaching in the area of Electro-magnetic Theory, Radar Systems, and Electronics.

 
Responsibilities included planning and establishing the Radar/Electromagnetics Laboratory at the University, in addition to teaching and research in Electromagnetic Theory and Electronics.

 OTHER SIGNIFICANT ASSIGNMENTS

Member, the Texas Board of Licensure for Professional Medical Physicists, nominated by Governor George W. Bush and confirmed by the full Texas Senate in May 1999. Continuing to serve this Board under Governor Rick Perry’s Administration.

Member, U S Army Basic Research Review Panel, 2004 to present.

Member, U S Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Scholarship and Fellowship Program Proposal Evaluation Panel for 2003.  NASA JSC contributor to DHS and NASA joint programs.

Member, Commonwealth of Virginia Commercialization of University Intellectual Property/Center for Innovative Technology Working Group 2002 to 2004.

Member, Advisory Board, Electrical and Computer Engineering , Rochester Institute of Technology

General Chairman, IEEE Int’l Vehicular Technology Conference, held at Weston Galleria, Houston, Texas, May 16-20, 1999.

Chairman Strategic Planning Committee, IEEE Region 5, 1995 – 1997.

Member of the Advisory Board of the International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Systems, 1997-present.

Area Editor for the Transactions of the Society for Design and Process Science: Journal of Integrated Design and Process Science, 1997- present  

President and Founder, Clear Lake Chapter of the Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society of America, 1994 to 1996.

Member of the IEEE Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), 1995 to present.

Program Co-chairman, NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) Dual-Use Space Technology Transfer Conference and Exhibition, February 1-3, 1993, JSC, Houston, Texas.

Member of the IEEE-USA Engineering R&D Policy Committee of the IEEE-United States Activities Board promoting technology policy interests of electrical, electronics, and computer engineers.

General Chairman, 3rd International Conference on Superconductivity, World Congress on Superconductivity, Sept. 14-18, 1992, Munich, Germany, and 4th International Conference on Superconductivity, World Congress on Superconductivity, June 27-July 1, 1994, Orlando, Florida.

Member, Commission VI of the United States Committee on International Radio Science Union, 1993 to present.

Chairman,  IEEE-Galveston Bay Section for 1994.

Program Chairman, Dual-Use Space Technology Transfer Conference and Exhibition held at the NASA Johnson Space Center, February 1-3, 1994.

Program Committee for International Geosciences and Remote Sensing Symposium and International Radio Union Symposium, South Shore Harbor, Houston, Texas, May 26-29. 1992.

Member, Texas Space Grant Consortium (TSGC) Leadership Group, 1989 to 1996.

General Chairman, Space Operations, Applications and Research (SOAR) Symposium and Exhibition, sponsored by NASA and the U.S. Air Force, Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, July 9-11, 1991, and Aug. 4-6, 1992, and Aug. 3-5, 1993.

Chairman, International Participation Committee, IEEE Globecom ’93, Houston, TX, 1993.

Program Chairman, World Congress on Superconductivity (WCS), Houston, Texas; also Awards Committee Chairman for WCS, 1989 to 1998.

Adjunct Professor - Dr. Krishen taught courses and advised graduate students on research topics in the areas of Radar and electromagnetic propagation with applications to remote sensing and robotic vision at Rice University, Houston, Texas from 1986-1996.  
Also taught course work in Advanced Microwave Sensing at the University of Houston Graduate Center, Clear Lake City, Texas.

Member, State of Texas, Research and Technology Program Review Group, 1990 to 1996.

Member of the NASA 1974 Active Microwave Workshop.

Member of the Seasat SAR and Scatterometer Sensor Validation Teams.

Co-chairman of the Water Resources Panel of the NASA 1976 Active Microwave Users Workshop.

Panel Member of the NASA Workshops on ERSAR Applications and ERSAR Program Definition.

Member of NASA Soil Salinity Monitoring Experiments Committee.

Member of Hyperthermia Users Group (USA).

Coordinator, NASA/USAF Joint Radar Technology Program.

Member, NASA Space Station Communications Technology Working Group.

Member, NASA Sensor Working Group.

Member, NASA Office of Space Flight Senior Technology Team.

Member, NASA Operations Technology Working Group.

Member, NASA/JSC Robotics and Automation Integration Laboratory Working Committee.

Member, NASA/OAST Photonics Working Group.

Member, In-Space NASA/OAST Experiment Evaluation Committee.

Member, Technology Planning Workshop for Mars Rover NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Member, NASA Communication Technology Planning Committee

Member, NASA/OAST High Temperature Superconductivity Working Group
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Member, NASA/JSC Strategic Planning Team.

Member, NASA Science and Technology Council.

Chairman, International Participation Committee for Globecom ‘93, Houston, TX,
Nov. 27 - Dec. 1, 1993.

Member, Board of Directors, World Congress on Superconductivity.

Member, NASA/JSC Technology Coordinating Committee.

Co-chairman, NASA/DOD/DOE Space Technology Interdependency Operations Committee.

Member, National Management Association, NASA Johnson Space Center Chapter.

Senior Member, Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (USA).

Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science (USA).

President and Founder of the Sigma Xi Society Clear Lake Chapter, 1994.

Professional Member, The Eta Kappa Nu Society (USA).

Member, Phi Kappa Phi Society (USA).

Past Member, the American Society for Engineering Education (USA)

Past Chairman, Tracking and Communication in AIAA Houston Section.

Associate Fellow,  American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (USA) (currently Chairman, Tracking and Communications Committee of the Houston Section).

Board Member, IEEE Galveston Bay Section, also Programs Chairman for 1985  (Vice Chairman of the Section for 1993).

Member, Editorial Committee, The International Journal of Systems Automation, Research and Applications (SARA), U.S.A.

Member, Advanced Technology Panel, State of Texas, Higher Education Commission, 1991-1994.

Research Advisor - NASA/National Research Council (NRC) Resident Research Post-doctoral Program, and the NASA/Graduate Research Fellow Program.

Reviewer of several papers/books published in Radio Science and Journal of Geophysical Research and by John Wiley.
 
HONORS/AWARDS/COMMENDATIONS

Hind Rattan Award – 2008, prestigious award from NRI Welfare Society for significant contribution to the chosen fields of work, presented by Hon. Sushil Kumar Shinde, Union Minister for Power, Government of India, January, 2008.

Bharat Samman – 2006, the highest honor given by the Non Resident Indian (NRI) Institute for significant contribution to the chosen fields of work, in 2006.  The award was presented by His Excellency Sir Michael Arthur, KCMG, the British High Commissioner to India, January, 2006.

One NASA Peer Award Presented to NASA Technology Inventory (NTI) Team for comprehensive, reliable, and up-to-date description of NASA’s overall technology investment, February 2005

Certificate of Commendation from Dr. Charles Steger, President of Virginia Tech for dedicated support of University academic and technology initiatives, December 2003

Presentation Award for Excellent Presentation at the IEEE Int’l ASIC/SOC Conference, September 2002

Commissioned “Honorary Texan,” by Governor Rick Perry of Texas on 16th April, 2001

IEEE Third Millennium Medal for outstanding contributions to IEEE and space technology from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., 2000.

2000 Outstanding People of the 20th Century, International Biographical Centre , Cambridge, England, 1999.

Outstanding Performance Award for General Chairman, IEEE Int’l Vehicular Technology Conference, held at Weston Galleria, Houston, Texas, and May 1999.

Outstanding Presentation from International Conference on Global Connectivity in Energy, Computer, Communication, and Control, December, 1998, New Delhi, India.

 1997 Outstanding Technological Achievement Award of the Business Opportunity Symposium Series (BOSS) Conference sponsored by the Texas Association of Minority Business Enterprises, Austin, Texas, September 1997.

Fellow, Society for Design and Process Science, for significant engineering achievements in design and process improvements, 1996, Austin, Texas, USA.

Performance Award from NASA Johnson Space Center for excellence in performance of assigned duties, September 1994 and 1995.

Who’s Who Among Asian Americans 1994/1995, Gale Research. Inc., Detroit, MI.

Houston Leadership Award for 1992 World Congress on Superconductivity Conference, held in Munich, Germany, March 1993.

Group Achievement Award for Space Operations, Applications and Research (SOAR) Symposia and Exhibitions from NASA, January 1993.

NASA Johnson Space Center Inventor's Award for U.S. Patent No. 5,005,147, June 1992.

Best Paper Award from Instrument Society of America, ROBEX Conference, as coauthor of the paper entitled, "Error Analysis for an Image Point Correspondence Algorithm" (1989).

Technical Man-of-the-Year from Galveston Bay Section of IEEE (1989, 1990).

Outstanding Presentation Award at the Fourth Space Logistics Symposium, November 1991, by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), and the Society of Logistics Engineers (SOLE), Cocoa Beach, FL.

Outstanding Performance Rating from NASA/JSC for overall performance in duties as Assistant to the Director for Technology and Advanced Programs, Mission Support Directorate (1988).

Group Achievement Award from NASA Johnson Space Center for JSC's Space Exploration Initiative Ninety-Day Study (1991).

IEEE/Galveston Bay Section Award for outstanding Student Activities Program at University of Houston at Clear Lake (1988).

Outstanding Performance Rating from NASA/JSC for overall performance in duties as the Manager, Advanced Programs, Tracking and Communications Division (1987).

NASA/JSC Certificate of Commendation for dedicated, innovative, and exemplary performance in developing, organizing, advocating, and implementing outstanding communications, tracking, and vision advanced programs (1987).

Certificate of Recognition for NASA Technical Brief, Johnson Space Center (1987).

Group Achievement Award for JSC's Strategic Game Plan, Johnson Space Center (1987).

IEEE/Galveston Bay Section Award for Propagation of Electrical Sciences Education in Area High Schools (1986).

OAST Sensor Working Group Achievement Award from NASA Administrator for dedicated, innovative, and exemplary performance in the NASA Sensors Technology Development as one of the original members of this Group (1986).

Sustained Superior Performance Award for Excellence in the performance of duties as Manager of Advanced Programs in the Communications and Tracking Division of NASA/JSC (1986).

Sustained Superior Performance Award for Excellence in the performance of duties as Manager of Research and Development Programs in Communications and Tracking at NASA/JSC (1985).

Who's Who in the World for recognized efforts in the Advancement of Sciences and Arts.

Sustained Superior Performance Award for Excellence in the performance of duties as Manager of Research and Development Programs in Communications and Tracking at NASA/JSC (1984).

Men of Achievement (United Kingdom) for efforts in the development of international understanding through Advancement of Arts and Sciences.

Outstanding Performance Rating from NASA/Johnson Space Center for overall performance in duties as Manager, Research and Technology Programs, Communication and Tracking Division,'82.

Personalities of America, for recognized efforts in the Advancement of Science, Technology, and Arts.

American Men and Women of Science, for achievement in the field of Science.

Who's Who in the South and the Southwest (USA), for Contributions to the Advancements of Science, Technology, and Arts.

Who's Who in Technology Today, for significant contributions to the disciplines of advanced science and technology.

Superior Performance Award for performance in assigned duties at National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Johnson Space Center, 1979

Outstanding Performance Rating for overall performance in duties as Manager of Adv. Microwave Programs from National Aeronautics and Space Administration/ Johnson Space Center, 1979.

Commendations from National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Johnson Space Center and Lockheed Electronics Company for outstanding performance in the evaluation of Skylab S-193 and S-194 Microwave Systems.

Commendations from National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Lockheed Electronics Company, Incorporated for outstanding contribution to the Earth Resources Aircraft Program.

Commendations from Lockheed Electronics Company, Incorporated for outstanding performance in teaching the course, "Fundamentals of Microwave Remote Sensing," at National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas.

Group Achievement Award from Lockheed Electronics Company, Incorporated for outstanding support to Apollo 11 Program, 1969, Houston, Texas.

Phi Kappa Phi for outstanding performance in Ph.D. and M.S. (3.92 average out of 4.0) at the Kansas State University, USA.

Professional Membership in Eta Kappa Nu Society, USA for contributions to the advancement of Science and Engineering.

Prefect, Technology Hall, the Calcutta University, India, for 1962 and 1963 for overall outstanding merit and behavior.

Government of India Merit-cum-Means Scholarship for graduate studies at Calcutta University.

Merit Scholarship from the late Prime Minister of India, Hon. Lal Bahadur Shastri for studies in the USA.

University Gold Medal and Book Prize from the Calcutta University, India, for standing First Class First Place among all Master of Technology (Radio Physics and Electronics) successful candidates.

University Silver Medal and Book Prize from the Calcutta University, India, for standing First Class Second Place among all Bachelor of Technology (Radio Physics and Electronics) successful candidates.

Highest Merit Certificate from Jammu and Kashmir University, India for standing First Class First among all B.A. and B.Sc. successful candidates.

Outstanding Performance Prize from Shalimar Multipurpose High School in 1954 for overall academic achievements.


Dr. Krishen Kumar - "Himalayan" achievements

Education

Academic excellence was evident since his schools days at Shalimar Multipurpose High School. His first on the list of awards came in 1954 for overall academic achievements.

After completing his tenth, Krishen left home for Srinagar, where he secured the Government of India Merit-cum-Means Scholarship for graduate studies. In 1959, he was awarded the Highest Merit Certificate from Jammu and Kashmir University for a First Class First degree among all B.A. and B.Sc. He then moved to Calcutta to complete a Masters in Technology course from Calcutta University. There too, he won the University Gold Medal and Book Prize for a First Class First degree.

In 1964 Krishen headed westward to Kansas State University for his M S. His M S degree was followed up with an Electrical Engineering degree in 1966 and a Ph.D. in 1969 in the same discipline. Meanwhile he was also teaching in the area of Electro-magnetic Theory, Radar Systems and Electronics.

On the job
Krishen started out with Lockheed Electronics Company in June 1969 as Staff Scientist supporting the Earth Observations Division, NASA/Johnson Space Center. Dr. Krishen was also the Sensor Performance Evaluation Project Leader for the S-193 and S-194 Skylab Systems.

From February 1976 he worked on several projects at NASA. In February 1994 he was given the responsibility for providing technical interface to industries, NASA centres, universities and Government agencies on "research and technology transfer and development to promote NASA technology commercialisation and multi-use technology development". He has publications of over 100 technical papers, presentations, and reports - 43 of which have been published in books, technical journals or society proceedings.

At Home
Dr. Krishen is married to Vijay L. Raina, now the President and CEO of DDMS, Inc., an information research and technology business located in Houston, Texas.


Through out his career, Dr. Krishen has received memorable awards. Take a look at his Hall of fame-

• 1997 Outstanding Technological Achievement Award of the Business Opportunity Symposium Series (BOSS) Conference sponsored by the Texas Association of Minority Business Enterprises, Austin, Texas, September 1997.
• Fellow, Society for Design and Process Science, for significant engineering achievements in design and process improvements, 1996, Austin, Texas, USA.
• Performance Award from NASA Johnson Space Center for excellence in performance of assigned duties, September, 1994 and 1995.
• Houston Leadership Award for 1992 World Congress on Superconductivity Conference, held in Munich, Germany, March 1993.
• Group Achievement Award for Space Operations, Applications and Research (SOAR) Symposia and Exhibitions from NASA, January 1993.
• NASA Johnson Space Center Inventor's Award for U.S. Patent No. 5,005,147, June 1992.
• Best Paper Award from Instrument Society of America, ROBEX Conference, as co-author of the paper entitled, "Error Analysis for an Image Point Correspondence Algorithm" (1989)
• Technical Man-of-the-Year from Galveston Bay Section of IEEE (1989,1990).
• Outstanding Presentation Award at the Fourth Space Logistics Symposium, November 1991, by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), and the Society of Logistics Engineers (SOLE), Cocoa Beach, FL.
• Outstanding Performance Rating from NASA/JSC for overall performance in duties as Assistant to the Director for Technology and Advanced Programs, Mission Support Directorate (1988).
• Group Achievement Award from NASA Johnson Space Center for JSC's Space Exploration Initiative Ninety-Day Study (1991).
• IEEE/Galveston Bay Section Award for outstanding Student Activities Program at University of Houston at Clear Lake (1988).
• Outstanding Performance Rating from NASA/JSC for overall performance in duties as the Manager, Advanced Programs, Tracking and Communications Division (1987).
• NASA/JSC Certificate of Commendation for dedicated, innovative, and exemplary performance in developing, organizing, advocating, and implementing outstanding communications, tracking, and vision advanced programs (1987).
• Certificate of Recognition for NASA Technical Brief, Johnson Space Center (1987).
• Group Achievement Award for JSC's Strategic Game Plan, Johnson Space Center (1987).
• IEEE/Galveston Bay Section Award for Propagation of Electrical Sciences Education in Area High Schools (1986).
• OAST Sensor Working Group Achievement Award from NASA Administrator for dedicated, innovative, and exemplary performance in the NASA Sensors Technology Development as one of the original members of this Group (1986).
• Sustained Superior Performance Award for Excellence in the performance of duties as Manager of Advanced Programs in the Communications and Tracking Division of NASA/JSC (1986).
• Sustained Superior Performance Award for Excellence in the performance of duties as Manager of Research and Development Programs in Communications and Tracking at NASA/JSC (1985).
• Who's Who in the World for recognized efforts in the Advancement of Sciences and Arts.
• Sustained Superior Performance Award for Excellence in the performance of duties as Manager of Research and Development Programs in Communications and Tracking at NASA/JSC (1984).
• Men of Achievement (United Kingdom) for efforts in the development of international understanding through Advancement of Arts and Sciences.
• Outstanding Performance Rating from NASA/Johnson Space Center for overall performance in duties as Manager, Research and Technology Programs, Communication and Tracking Division, 1982.
• Personalities of America, for recognized efforts in the Advancement of Science, Technology, and Arts.
• American Men and Women of Science, for achievement in the field of Science.
• Who's Who in the South and the Southwest (USA), for Contributions to the Advancements of Science, Technology, and Arts.
• Who's Who in Technology Today, for significant contributions to the disciplines of advanced science and technology.
• Superior Performance Award for performance in assigned duties at National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Johnson Space Center, 1979.
• Outstanding Performance Rating for overall performance in duties as Manager of Advanced Microwave Programs from National Aeronautics and Space Administration/ Johnson Space Center, 1979.
• Commendations from National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Johnson Space Center and Lockheed Electronics Company for outstanding performance in the evaluation of Skylab S-193 and S-194 Microwave Systems.
• Commendations from National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Earth Observations Division and Lockheed Electronics Company, Incorporated for outstanding contribution to the NASA/Johnson Space Center Aircraft Earth Resources Program.
• Commendations from Lockheed Electronics Company, Incorporated for outstanding performance in teaching the course, "Fundamentals of Microwave Remote Sensing," at National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas.
• Phi Kappa Phi for outstanding performance in Ph.D. and M.S. (3.92 average out of 4.0) at the Kansas State University, USA.
• Professional Membership in Eta Kappa Nu Society, USA for contributions to the advancement of Science and Engineering.

Currently, Dr Krishen is the Program Chairman of the World Congress on Superconductivity and was recently appointed to the Texas Board of Licensure for Professional Medical Physicists (TBLPMP) by the Governor of Texas, George Bush for overseeing licensing and licensing procedure for professional medical physicists and processes complaints for the States of Texas in USA.

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Dr. Kumar Krishen, Ph.D

Engineer, Medical Physicist, Inventor,
Senior Scientist at NASA

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