The CASI Alouette Award recognizes an outstanding achievement in the field of astronautics that has advanced Canadian space technology, applications, science or engineering.
The award announcement from CASI says of Professor Drummond:
“Jim Drummond has been the Principal Investigator for a spectacularly successful Canadian satellite instrument for three decades, and also has made many invaluable contributions to Canada’s space program over the course of his long and distinguished career. These contributions, combined with his impassioned and tireless leadership in the satellite community, both nationally and internationally, have provided a body of research and accomplishments that make him an outstanding recipient of this prestigious award.”
The award will be presented to Professor Drummond virtually.
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