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Bob Kremens, Ph.D
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Potassium Emission Physics - Presented Locally
Advanced Concepts in Fire Detection- Presented Locally
2001 Fire Ground Truth Plans- Presented to RACNE and FLNL personnel, February 2001
Sensor Models- Presented at the JUNE FIRES TEM, June 2001 RIT
Potassium Line Emission as a Fire Signature- Presented at SPIE OPTO Northeast, Rochester, NY, April 2001
ABU SPIREX Antarctica Data Analysis- Presented at SPIE OPTO Northeast, Rochester, NY, April 2001
A Quality Metric for Digital Cameras- Presented at the International Conference on Photographic Science, Belgium, 1999 and published in proceedings
Auto Exposure System for Digital Cameras- Presented at SPIE Opto West San Francisco, CA, 1999,
and published in proceedings
Autonomous Fire Detection Systems- Presented locally and at July 2001 FIRES Technical Exchange Meeting, RIT
Image Processing System Applications- Invited presentation at IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, San Diego, May 2001
Advanced Fire Detection Concepts- Presented locally
RIT-RMRS Burn To Learn Collaborative Experiment (July 2001)- Presented locally
Initial Montana RIT-RMRS Burn Analysis- Presented locally
Autonomous Fire Detectors- Presented at the IAWF Fire Safety Conference, Missoula MT, November 2001
Band Selection for Fire Satellites- Presented for Andy Fordham at IEEE Western New York Image Processing Workshop, September, 2001
Fire Physics Phenomena- Presented at University of Rochester S & T Symposium, September 2001
Presented at SUNY Potsdam, Clarkson Institute of Technology and St. Lawrence University, November 2001
Presented at SUNY Geneseo, November 2001
Presented at SUNY Binghamton, December 2001
Presented at RIT, January 2002
And at othr public locations and dates
Autonomous Field Deployed Forest Fire Sensors- Poster presented at Pittcon, New Orleans LA, March 2001
Low Cost Autonomous Field-Deployable Environment Sensors- Published in the Proceedings of the American Institute of Physics Unattended Radiation Sensor Systems for Remote Applications, (Volume 632), Washington DC, September 2002
Low Cost Autonomous Field-Deployable Environment Sensors- Poster presented at URSSRA Workshop in Washington DC, April 2002
2002 Fires Reboot - Algorithms, Fundamental Parameters and New Technology Measurements- <>Presented locally June 2002
Autonomous field-deployable wildland fire sensors- Published in International Journal of Wildfire, V 12 June 2003
Autonomous fire detectors- Presented locally by Jason Faulring, October 2002
Fire Phenomena Measurement Campaigns- Presented locally, October 2002
The Possibility of Airborne Radioactivity from Wildland Fires- Poster presented at PITTCON, Orlando FL, March 2003
Fighting Wildfire with High Technology- Presented to the American Chemical Society of Rochester, May 2003

A Low-Cost Bathymeter Using Commercial Off- The-Shelf Components- Presented at IAGLR, Chicago, IL, June 2003

Data Acquisition Tools for Environmental Research- Presented at USDA FS Firelab, Missoula, MT July 2003
Measurement of the Time-Temperature and Emissivity History of the Burn Scar for Remote Sensing Applications- Presented at 2nd Annual Fire Ecology Congress, Orlando, FL November 2003
A Low-Cost Weather/Situation Monitor for Wildland Firefighter Safety- Presented at IJWF Wildland Fire Safety Conference, Toronto, Ont. CA, November 2003
Aerial IR and ground-level observations of a prescribed burn for validating fire spread models and predicting ecological effects- Presented the Ecological Society of America Conference, Portland OR, April 2004
Accurately mapping unburned areas using time-sequenced airborne imaging- Presented at the Association for Fire Ecology Mixed Severity Fire Regime Conference, Spokane WA, November 2004
Multiprocessing as a model for high-throughput data acqusition- Presenetd at the Rochester Institute of Technology Conference for Computing and Information Science Rochester NY, January 2005
Determining the granularity and randomness of burned areas from prescribed and wild fires- Presented at the International Association for Landscape Ecology Annual Conference, Syracuse, NY March 2005
A compact device to monitor firefighter health, location and status- Published in the proceedings of the IAWF 10th Annual Wildland Fire Safety Conference, Missoula MT, April 2005
A compact device to monitor firefighter health, location and status- Presented at the IAWF 10th annual Wildland Fire Safety Confernce, Missoula, MT, April 2005
Mapping heat production from wildland fires using time-sequenced airborne imaging- Published in the proceedgins of the EastFIRE conference, Alexandria VA, May 2005
Mapping heat production from wildland fires using time-sequenced imaging- Presented at the East FIRE conference, Alexandria VA, May 2005