Kamal Oudrhiri is the Cold Atom Lab Project Manager and the Planetary Radar & Radio Sciences group supervisor at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. His research focuses on planetary atmospheric characterization, gravity science, and bistatic radar. Over the last two decades, Oudrhiri has served in key roles on multiple NASA missions: the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER), the international Cassini mission to Saturn, the GRAIL lunar mission, the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL), the Juno mission to Jupiter, and the New Horizons mission to Pluto. He has received three NASA’s JPL Mariner & Voyager Honor Awards and multiple NASA Group Achievement Awards. Oudrhiri is the recipient of the People Leadership Award, which recognizes exceptional people-leadership skills critical to the ongoing success of the NASA exploration missions