Saul Robinson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor; International Aviation Programs Coordinator and Aviation Safety Manager
B.Sc. in Physics, Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine, Londo, U.K.
M.M.E. Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama
Ph.D. Aviation, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri
Publications and Media Placements
Printed Archival Peer-Reviewed Journals
S.D. Robinson, W.J. Irwin, T.K. Kelly, X.O. Wu. Application of Machine Learning to Mapping Primary Casual Factors in Self Reported Safety Narratives. Safety Science. Volume 75, June 2015, Pages 118–129. doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2015.02.003
Ma, J., Robinson, S., Hoover, B., (2006). Preliminary Results: Application of Problem-Based Learning In Aviation Education. Creative College Teaching Journal, 3(1), 16-25.
Robinson, S., Ferman, MA. A New Concept of Wing Tip Slots for Improved Performance. AirVenture 2008, Oshkosh WI. 31 July 2008.
Robinson, S., Ferman, MA. Additional Work with Wing Tip Slots for Improved Performance. AirVenture 2009, Oshkosh WI. 29 July 2009. Robinson, S., Disciplinary settings of U.S. aviation institutes and the opportunities of cooperation with China’s aviation education schools and the exchanges between schools. International Aviation Education/Training Development Forum, Anyang China. May 2012.
Community Work and Service
Saul Robinson holds both US and EU air transport pilots licenses and has a US flight instructor certificate. He has also worked as Chief Flight Instructor.