Jiro will have the opportunity to spend 10 weeks working with a NASA scientist as part of the NASA Academy Program in 2014.
Jiro was the winner of the Space Physics and Astrophysics category, for his thesis: Non-locality based CPT Violation for Lepto- and Baryogenesis.
"I feel very privileged, excited and grateful to be given this opportunity to attend the NASA Academy. I look forward to doing my best and growing both academically and personally through this experience."
|The winning students by category are:
Lawrence Trevor, University of Sydeny
Investigations into the Miniaturised Charge-Exchange Thruster
Data Processing and Systems Engineering:
Alexander Bowen-Rotsaert, University of Queensland
A Study of Health and Usage Monitoring System Functions for the MRH90 Helicopter
Category winners will receive a $1000 prize and a certificate.
All students’ submissions were of a extremely high standard, demonstrating the innovative research being conducted in Australian universities.