Experts Guide

Welcome to the RIT Experts Guide. Here you will find information on RIT faculty and staff with expertise in a variety of areas. Each profile includes the expert’s credentials and contact information.

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Nathan Cahill

Associate professor, Center for Applied and Computational Mathematics in the School of Mathematical Sciences
Graduate faculty member, Center for Imaging Science
Extended faculty, Ph.D. program in computing and information sciences

Expert in:
Medical image computing (specifically techniques for nonrigid and/or multimodal image registration)
General application of scientific computing algorithms in computer vision

Credentials:
D.Phil. in engineering science, The University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, 2009
MS in industrial and applied mathematics, RIT, 2000
BS with honors in applied mathematics, RIT, 1997





Contact:
Susan Gawlowicz, University News Services, 585-475-5061 or smguns@rit.edu