Charles Stark Draper Prize

The Charles Stark Draper Prize is awarded by the United States National Academy of Engineering annually to engineers whose skills have greatly helped to promote the progress of technical development, the reputation of the engineering, quality of life or access to information.

The prize, which is endowed with prize money of $ 500,000, is named after Charles Stark Draper, the MIT professor and founder of the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory (now Draper Laboratory), considered the " father of inertial navigation system."

Award winners