Nov. 2018: Dr. Leslie Field Featured on Earth911.com’s Podcast
Oct. 2018: Featured on VICE on HBO
Aug. 2018: Featured in The Almanac
Apr. 2018: Featured in The Guardian
Mar. 2018: Featured in WIRED and The San Francisco Chronicle
Jan. 2018: Ice911 is featured on Futurism in an article by Lou Del Bello
Dec 2017: Satish Chetty discusses his work on embedded Linux systems specifically created for Ice911’s buoys in the Arctic (Link)
Dec 2017: Jessica Leber mentioned Ice911’s work and presentation at the AGU conference in earlier in the month (Link)
Dec 2017: Mentioned by Jim Erickson in a roundup about the then upcoming AGU conference and the geoengineering scientists attending. http://ns.umich.edu/new/releases/25317-geoengineering-is-it-time-for-climate-intervention (December 11, 2017)
Dec. 2017: Sue Lebeck wrote a follow-up to her 2014 article that featured Ice911’s work. https://www.greenbiz.com/article/could-geoengineering-venture-help-save-ice-caps (December 6, 2017)
Jan. 2017: Featured in Berkeley Engineering Magazine
Mar. 2015: Ice911 Founder Leslie Field wrote a book review of Cold Cash, Cool Climate: Science-Based Advice for Ecological Entrepreneurs, by Jonathan Koomey, in the journal Energy Research & Social Science.
Jan. 2014: The article “Ice911: Buying time for green innovation”, by Sue Lebeck appeared in GreenBiz.
Dec. 2013: The polar-strength instrumentation created by Ice911 is the subject of an article for Environmental Monitor, by Jeff Gillies.
Feb. 2013: Physics Today mentioned Ice911's solution in “Scientists alarmed by rapidly shrinking Arctic ice cap” by David Kramer.
Sept. 2012: Ice911 was one of the projects featured in the article “Soft Geoengineering” by Robert Olson, published in Environment magazine. Olson wrote: “Acceptable technologies would only lightly touch biological systems, have benign social impacts and be rapidly reversible if problems arise, among other criteria.” Ice911 does all that and more.
2010: The book Hack the Planet, by Eli Kintisch, describes Ice911 (on page 46).
December 2018: Presented at the AGU 2018 Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C.
November 2018: Presented at SPIE 2018 in San Francisco, CA.
October 2018: Presented at The Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland
September 2018: Presented at New York Climate Week in New York City.
August 2018: Presented at Governor Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit.
May 2018: Invited to present about Ice911 in Valparaiso, Chile
April 2018: Presented at GeoMIP in Zurich, Switzerland and Laudato Si in Rome, Italy
December, 2017: Poster presentation at the AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA: GC43H-1161 Ice911
June 19, 2017, Portola Valley Climate Talk
June 12, 2017, Presented at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
October 2016, Presented to State Department affiliates at Xerox PARC
August 2016, The Commonwealth Club Geoengineering Panel
Sustainable Silicon Valley invited poster and presentation, September 2015, Palo Alto, CA.
Ice911 CTO Satish Chetty founded and organizes the popular, annual Polar Technology Conference for researchers to share best practices for experimentation in the harsh polar climates
“Ice911 Research: Preserving and Rebuilding Reflective Ice”, presented as part of Strategies for Cooling Earth: Solar Geoengineering and Carbon Dioxide Removal I Posters, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2014.
Ice911 Founder Dr. Leslie Field wrote “Mitigating Climate Change, Part II, Ice911: Saving the Arctic Sea Ice” for “Keeping an Eye on Climate” March/April 2014 Vol. 4 No. 2, Argos Analytics, LLC.
“Ice911 Research: Preserving and Rebuilding Multi-Year Ice,” Leslie A Field, Satish Chetty, and Anthony Manzara, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2013.
“Solar Weather Ice Monitoring Station (SWIMS). A low cost, extreme/harsh environment, solar powered, autonomous sensor data gathering and transmission system,” Satish Chetty and Leslie A. Field, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2013.
Dr. Field gave an invited presentation as part of the White Arctic, Blue Arctic Workshop at Columbia University in April 2013.
“Ice911: Developing an Effective Response to Climate Change in Earth's Cryosphere using High Albedo Materials,” Leslie A Field, Peter Wadhams, Terry Root, Satish Chetty, Daniel M Kammen, Shalini Venkatesh, Dolf van der Heide, and Ellen Baum, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2012.
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington DC invited Dr. Field to be a panelist for the November, 2012 Soft Geoengineering Workshop.
Dr. Field was an invitee and presenter at the Geoengineering IP Knowledge Management Workshop held by Carnegie Mellon, AAAS and NSF in Washington DC, in April 2012.
Leslie Field, founder of Ice911, teaches an annual class at Stanford University called Engineering, Entrepreneurship, and Climate Change every fall. The lectures are shared on YouTube.
Ice911 team members have taught a year long Engineering class at two local high schools and helped high school teachers how to help their students use do-it-yourself engineering and computer science components.