- Jan. 2017: Featured in Berkeley Engineering Magazine
- Jan. 2015: Fast Company featured Ice911. Check it out!
The online magazine has an "editorial focus on innovation in technology, ethonomics (ethical economics), leadership, and design."
- 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 articlefor 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).
- 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, Ice911 Founder and a Stanford University consulting professor in electrical engineering, teaches an annual class at Stanford called Engineering, Entrepreneurship, and Climate Change every fall. The lectures are shared on YouTube.
- Ice911 team members taught high school teachers how to help their students use do-it-yourself engineering and computer science components.