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

Email: Ron.Vincent@rmc.ca

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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