Dr. Ron Vincent, BSc, MSc, PhD., Assistant Professor

Ron Vincent
Office: 
Sawyer Building, Room 3308
Telephone: 
(613) 541-6000 ext 6932
Fax: 
(613) 541-6040
Department of Physics
Royal Military College of Canada
PO Box 17000, Station Forces
Kingston, Ontario, CANADA
K7K 7B4

Dr. Vincent is developing payload instruments and mission concepts for future Can-X nanosatellite missions.

He is also interested in Arctic remote sensing, specializing in sea surface temperature algorithms for arctic waters and marginal ice zones.

Publications

  • Vincent, R.F. and R.F. Marsden (2008), A Study of Tidal Influences in the North Water Polynya using Short Time Span Satellite Imagery, Arctic, Vol. 61, No. 4, P. 373- 380
  • Vincent, R. F., R. F. Marsden, P. J. Minnett, K. A. M. Creber, and J. R. Buckley (2008), Arctic Waters and Marginal Ice Zones: A Composite Arctic Sea Surface Temperature Algorithm using Satellite Thermal Data, Journal of Geophysical Research., 113, C04021.
  • Vincent, R. F., R. F. Marsden, P. J. Minnett, and J. R. Buckley (2008), Arctic Waters And Marginal Ice Zones: 2. An Investigation Of Arctic Atmospheric Infrared Absorption For Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer Sea Surface Temperature Estimates, Journal of Geophysical Research, 113, C08044.
  • Vincent, R.F. and R.F. Marsden (2000), An Analysis of the Dissolution of Ice in Nares Strait using AVHRR Imagery, Atmosphere-Ocean, 39(3): 209-222
  • Vincent, R.F., R.F. Marsden and A. McDonald (2000), Short Time Span Ice Tracking using Sequential AVHRR Imagery, Atmosphere-Ocean, 39(3): 279-288.

Courses Taught

2007-2008

  • PHE104B General Physics (Electricity and Optics)
  • PHE354B
  • PHE/F448 Spacecraft Mission Analysis and Design
  • PHE450A Space Communications and Navigation
  • PHE537A Satellite Communication and Navigation
  • PHE547A Space Mission Analysis
  • PHE549B Space Mission Design

2006-2007

  • PHE104B General Physics (Electricity and Optics)
  • PHE448A/B Spacecraft Mission Analysis and Design
  • PHE450A Space Communications and Navigation
  • PHE537A Satellite Communication and Navigation
  • PHE547A Space Mission Analysis
  • PHE549B Space Mission Design

2005-2006

  • PHE 104A General Physics (Mechanics)
  • PHE104B Electricity and Optics
  • PHE 360B Astronomy and the Evolving Universe
  • PHE448A/B Spacecraft Mission Analysis and Design (Assistant)
  • PHE450A Space Communications and Navigation
  • PHE537A Satellite communication and Navigation
  • PHE547A Space Mission Analysis
  • PHE549B Space Mission Design (Assistant)
 

Comments

Comments or suggestions are welcomed at: bryce.bennett@rmc.ca

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