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"Disruption Of The Radio Signal Due To Plasma Formation During Directed Energy Testing And Mitigation Approaches," Michael Keidar, Minkwan Kim, Iain D. Boyd, Charles H. Jones, and Brian Mork, Proc. International Test & Evaluation Association Workshop, Lancaster, CA, (2008).
"Carry-on and Quick-install Instrumentation for Flight Test," Lee Duke, Celia Vanderpool, Wendy Duke, Brian Mork, Society Flight Test Engineering (SFTE), Reno, Nevada, September 2006. Repeated at Aerospace Testing Expo 2006 Flight Testing Seminar, Anaheim, California Nov 14-16, 2006.
"Funding Directed Energy Test & Evaluation Improvements using Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Grants," Brian Mork, DEPS Annual Test & Evaluation Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 2006.
"Directed Energy Battle Damage Assessment," Brian Mork, 2nd IDGA Conference on Directed Energy Weapons, George Washington University, Washington, DC, December 2005. Significantly quoted in the March 2006 issue of National Defense magazine.
"Directed Energy - Different Challenges (Technology, Ops, Testing)", Brian Mork, 8th Annual DEPS Symposium, Lihue, Hawaii, November 2005.
"Directed Energy is Different," Brian Mork, 50th Annual Joint Electronic Warfare Conference, Monterey, California, May 2005.
"Hydrogen Storage and Generation using Light Metal Hydrides," Frank Lynch, Brian Mork, and John Wilkes, 33rd Intersociety Engineering Conference on Energy Conversion, Colorado Springs, Colorado, August 1998.
"Observations of High-votage Atmospheric-pressure Spark discharges in Argon using a Charge-coupled Device Detector," Brian Mork and Alex Scheeline, Spectrochimica Acta, 44B(12), 1989.
"Use of a CCD for Studying Pulsed Analytical Discharges," Alex Scheeline, Brian Mork, and Jeff White, Federation of Analytical and Spectroscopy Societies XV Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November 1988.
"Electronics for Scientists: A Computer Intensive Approach," Alex Scheeline and Brian Mork, Journal of Chemical Education, 65(12), 1988.
Imaging of Transient Analytical Plasmas Using Charge-coupled Device Detectors, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana, 1988.
"Wavelength-Resolved Single-Spark Emission Images using a Charge-coupled Device Detector," Brian Mork and Alex Scheeline, Applied Spectroscopy, 42(8), 1988.
Spatial Structure of Transient Plasmas Revealed with a CCD Camera," Alex Scheeline and Brian Mork, Pittsburg Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, New Orleans, LA, February 1988.
"Determination of Arbitrary Concomitant Absorption and Emission Distributions in Spark discharges using the Abel Inversion," Brian Mork and Alex Scheeline, Spectrochimica Acta, 42B(9), 1987.
"Application of Charge-coupled Arrays to Pulsed Discharges," Brian Mork and Alex Scheeline, Paper 118, Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies convention, Detroit, MI, 1987.
"CCD Imaging Detection of Spark Discharge Emission," Alex Scheeline and Brian Mork, FACSS XIV, Detroit, MI, October 1987.
"Non-unity Magnification Imaging with Reflective Optics," Brian Mork and Alex Scheeline, Paper 71 at Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies convention, St Louis, MO, 1986.
"Abel Simulation of a Cylindrically Symmetrical Plasma with Arbitrary Absorption and Emission Regions," Brian Mork and Alex Scheeline, ANYL-90 at American Chemical Society conference, Chicago, 1985.
"Re-installing dual-boot GRUB over Windows (Mandriva 2007.0 Linux)", Brian Mork, Web Published, November 2006.
“DARPA Grand Challenge 2005, Brian Mork, Servo Magazine, December 2005.
"SpaceShip One: Effective", Brian Mork, Nuts & Volts, March 2005. Co-published with "SpaceShip One: Affective", by Elliot Mork.
"Destroying Data on Magnetic Media (Windows or Linux)", Brian Mork, January 2005.
"MELDing Home Heating Data into the Palm Pilot" (insulation performance, alternate fuels), Brian Mork, available for publication.
"Temperature Sensing ICs, and Simple Statistics for Home Use", Brian Mork, available for publication.
"TG-7 Performance", Brian Mork, Soaring, December 2004. This is the second of two articles published together, the other "Academy Motorgliders Find New Home" by Joe Volmar. Appears in the Soaring Magazine 2000-2007 index under Aerodynamics Performance.
“DARPA's 1,000 Grand Challange (Autonomous Vehicle Competition)s”, Brian Mork, Servo Magazine, October 2004.
"Kicking tires?" (a car purchase primer), Brian Mork, Money Matters, Crown Financial Ministries, November 2001.
"Torque Wrenches," Brian Mork, Sport Aviation, Experimental Aircraft Association, January 2001.
"RF Counter Data Collection and Visualization," Brian Mork, QEX #149, July 1994.
"Digitization of the Human Body with an Exoskeleton," Brian Mork, Nuts &Volts, Sep 1994.
"LORAN-C information from the National Technical Information Service", Brian Mork, Nuts & Volts, Sep 1993.
"Variable Impedance Baluns and Other Balun Fundamentals," Brian Mork, Nuts & Volts, Sep 1993.
"Amiga-500 and Radio Modem Overview," Brian Mork, Nuts & Volts, Dec 1992.
"NTSC Video Mirror," Brian Mork, Nuts & Volts, Sep 1992.
"A User's View of Charge Coupled Device Imaging," Brian Mork, Communications Quarterly, cover article Spring 1992.
"A Diagnostic Serial Data Latch," Brian Mork, Ham Radio, 21(4), Apr 1988.
"Thumbwheel Frequency Selector for the Yaesu FT-757GX," Brian Mork, Ham Radio, 20(11), Nov 1987.
"Non-Medical Science Degrees: Liberal Arts Career Decisions in the Context of Christian Faith," invited panelist for Hope College Crossroads project, November 2006.
"Hydrogen Chemical Storage in Light Metal Hydrides," USAF Academy Dept of Chemistry Seminar, April 1997.
"USAF Academy Small Satellite Program," program brief to the 1996-01 graduating class and faculty of the Air Force Space Command's Space Tactics School, Falcon AFB, June 1996.
"Multi-dimensionally Resolved Imaging of Analytical Plasma Discharges," University of Illinois Seminar, Sep 1987.
"Ion-Selective Field Effect Transistors," University of Illinois Chemistry Seminar, Nov 1985 --Professor review: "Best student seminar I can remember."
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