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Imaging & Media > Imaging Science
|Dept/Division:||Imaging Science, College of Science|
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He teaches courses in spatial and frequency domain-based digital image processing, multispectral and hyperspectral data analysis, IDL programming, and applied computing and research techniques.
Salvaggio is researching protocol development for field spectral signature collection, automated image registration techniques, selective image degradation, small target radiometry recovery, and remote sensing system modeling.
He has a Ph.D. in Environmental Resource Engineering from State University of New York, Syracuse, Environmental Science and Forestry; and a master's and bachelor's in imaging science from Rochester Institute of Technology.
His expertise includes the collection of optical properties of materials related to remote sensing collection systems; including spectral reflectance, emissivity, bidirectional reflectance distribution functions as well as the design and implementation of digital image processing algorithms for the exploitation of remotely sensed data.