Robert Pack is a Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He specializes in geological and geomatics engineering. He is currently Director of the Center for Advanced Imaging Ladar and conducts research in lidar/ladar systems and phenomenology, GPS/INS navigation systems, terrain surface topology and steep slope processes such as rock fall and landslides. His expertise includes remote sensing, photogrammetry, geographic information systems, optoelectronics, lidar sensor systems engineering, navigation systems engineering, geotechnical engineering, highway engineering, engineering geology, survey engineering, and computer-aided design. Faculty and students working on research projects, for which he is principal investigator, spans four departments in the College of Engineering.
Terrestrial-LIDAR Visualization of Surface and Structural Deformations of the 2004 Niigata Ken Chuetsu, Japan Earthquake (with R. Kayen, J. Bay, S. Sugimoto, and H. Tanaka), Earthquake Spectra (2006)
Reply to Comment by Johathan J. Rhodes on “Modeling and Interactions Between Forest Vegetation, Disturbances, and Sediment Yields” (with C. H. Luce, D. G. Tarboton, and E. Istanbulluoglu), Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
System and Method for Improving Lidar Data Fidelity Using Pixel-Aligned Lidar/Electro-Optic Data (with S. E. Budge), CEE Faculty Publications (2005)
Modeling of the Interactions Between Forest Vegetation, Disturbances, and Sediment Yields (with E. Istanbulluoglu, D. G. Tarboton, and C. H. Luce), Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Road Construction Techniques for Potentially Unstable Terrain, Road Construction Techniques for Potentially Unstable Terrain (1998)
Contributions to Books