Associate Dean, Assistant Professor, College of Aeronautics
Dr. Cremer is currently acting as the Associate Dean of the College of Aeronautics. He also manages the online programs for the college.
He is a Commercial-Multi rated Pilot and also holds a Part 107 certificate for small Unmanned Aerial Systems. One of his current courses is the Unmanned Aerial Systems Applications class where students fly drones for high resolution orthomosaic mapping, basic topographic mapping, wildlife management, and Thermal Imaging projects.
He is the chair for the Aviation Environmental Science Minor and utilizes the FAA Aviation Environmental Design Tool (AEDT) suite within the program. He is intersted in research that involves the analysis of airport noise and aviation emissions around an airport. He is also interested in environmental attitudes and behaviors at airports regarding sustainability practices.
He is also the faculty advisor for the newly formed Drone Racing Team at Florida Tech.
Bachelor's in Aeronautical Science - Florida Institute of Technology
Masters in Environmental Science and Engineering - King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
PhD Aviation Science - Florida Institute of Technology
AVT 1001 Aeronautics 1 (also in China and Panama)
AVT 1002 Aeronautics 2
AVT 2101 Aviation Physical Science
AVT 2102 Aerodynamics (also online course)
AVS 2402 Intro to Aviation Environmental Science
AVS 4402 Aviation Sustainability
AVT 4002 Aviation Research
Assistant Dean 2016 – present College of Aeronautics, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne FL.
Academic Unit Head and Online Learning Unit Head 2014 – present College of Aeronautics, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne FL.
Assistant Professor 2014 – present College of Aeronautics, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne FL.
Instructor 2011 – 2014 College of Aeronautics, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne FL.
ACRP Webinar Airport Sustainability, October 2016
HMMH AEDT Training, October 2015, USA
Member FLDOT Advisory Board for Sustainable Airports, 2013
Federal Aviation Administration Aviation Environmental Data Tool Software training. March 2012, USA
TeachLearn Conference. 2012. Jacksonville University, FL, USA
COA Online Program Chair and Division Director. 2014 - present
COA Chair, Quality Enhancement Program (QEP). 2011- present
Faculty Search Committee. 2011 - present
Academic Information Technology Committee (ACITC). 2011- present
Administrative Information Technology Committee (ADITC). 2014 - present
Chair, Minigrant Committee of ACITC. 2012 – 2013
COA Research Committee. 2012 – present
University Sustainability Council. 2014 – present
Faculty Advisor for Chi Phi Chapter Florida Institute of Technology. 2011 – present
Vice President of Xi Delta Housing Corporation. 2012 – present
Greek Life Advisor Award - Fall 2014
Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching Learning and Technology, Spring 2012
FAA Commercial Multi Engine Pilot License
GoPro for Flight Training. Minigrant Fund, ACITC Florida Institute of Technology. 2015. $1500
iPad Teaching Equipment. Minigrant Fund, ACITC Florida Institute of Technology. 2012. $1500
Team Training in Man-Machine Systems - Drone Operations Optimization
Change Recognition in UAS photogrammetry
Aviation Operations Optimization
Cremer, I., & Buhilaigah, T., (2016). Decision Support Tool for Energy Efficiency Assessment in Small to Medium Airports International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation, Istanbul, Turkey.
Michaels, A., Cremer, I., Atilho, R., & Buhilaigah, T., (2016). Utilizing a geo-location application to increase community usage of mass-transit options to a small local airport. International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation, Istanbul, Turkey.
Cremer, I., Rice, S., Winter, S., & Oyman, K. (2015). Water reuse attitudes for airports: A regression analysis. 18th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Dayton, Ohio.
Cremer, I., Rice, S., Gaenicke, S. & Oyman, K. (2015). Consumer Affect And Type Of Water Recycling Projects: Implementation At Airports. International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation, Istanbul, Turkey.
Cremer, I., Rice, S., Michaels, A. (in press) Creating and Validating a Perception of Airport Sustainability Scale. International Journal of Sustainable Aviation.
Cremer, I., Rice, S. & Winter, S. (2015). Attitudes toward sustainability between Indians and Americans on water reuse for different purposes at airports. International Journal of Sustainable Aviation.
Gaenicke, S., Winter, S., Rice, S., Cremer, I. "Attitudes of Air Pollution from Commercial Aircraft: A Comparison between Cultures and Genders," in Human Factors and Applied Psychology Student Conference.
Mehta, R., Rice, S., Carstens, D., Cremer, I. & Oyman, K. (in press). A brief intermodal rail network (IRN) scale: Establishing validity and reliability. Journal of Sustainable Development.
Nguyen, T., Fabregas, A., Cremer, I., Miller, N. (2015). A Framework For The Development Of Technical
Requirements For Renewable Energy Systems At A Small-Scale Airport Facility. Proceedings of the ASME 2015 Power and Energy Conversion Conference PowerEnergy2015, San Diego, CA, USA.
Winter, S. R., Rice, S., Mehta, R., Cremer, I., Reid, K. M., Rosser, T. R., & Moore, J. C. (2015).
Indian and American consumer perceptions of cockpit configuration. Journal of Air Transport Management, 42,
Winter, S. R., Rice, S., Cremer, I., & Mehta, R. (2015, May). Consumer trust ratings after an airline accident: An
affective perspective. Proceedings of the 18th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, Ohio.