Natural Phenomena Simulation Group

University of Waterloo

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Bradley Kimmel

Ph.D. Thesis
Master's Thesis
Publications in Journals and Conferences *According to the Thomson Scientific rankings for journal citations, this journal has the fifth highest 5-year impact factor in the optics field in 2011.
**Acceptance rate of 25%.
***According to the Thomson Scientific rankings for journal citations, this journal has the second highest impact factor in the remote sensing field in 2008.
****According to the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, this is the premier international event on remote sensing.
*****According to the Thomson Scientific rankings for journal citations, this journal has the highest impact factor in the optics field in 2006.
Technical Reports
Research Related Images
  • SPLITS: A Spectral Light Transport Model for Sand
  • A novel approach for simulating light interaction with particulate materials:
    application to the modeling of sand spectral properties
  • Simulating the Appearance of Sandy Landscapes (Desert)
  • Simulating the Appearance of Sandy Landscapes (Beach)
  • Simulating Spectral Appearance Changes due to Light Exposure

Research Related Animations
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  • Simulating the Appearance of Sandy Landscapes
  • Simulating the Spectral Appearance Changes Induced by Light Exposure


 
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