Professor of Agronomy and Professor of Civil Engineering and Director of Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing (LARS)
Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering
701 W Stadium Avenue
West Lafayette, IN
Ph.D., Ohio State University, 1981
MSCE, University of Illinois, 1973
BSCE, University of Illinois, 1970
Methods in statistical pattern recognition for high dimensional data analysis, data fusion techniques for multisensor problems, multiresolution methods in image analysis, and knowledge transfer in data mining.
Selected Research Projects
- Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), "Satellite Remote Sensing Applications to Improve Performance of Biogenic Emissions Models for Texas Air Quality Analyses," (with G. Wells), 2005-2006.
- NSF, "Extraction and Interpretation of Information from Large-Scale Hyperspectral Data for Mapping and Monitoring Wetland Ecosystems," (with J. Ghosh), 2003-2006.
- NGA, "Remote Sensing Support for the U.S. State Department," 2005.
- NASA, "Toward the Development of Advanced Data Products from EOS Terra and Aqua Direct Broadcasts for Air Quality Management in the State of Texas," (with K. Hutchison), 2004-2006.
- U.S. Geological Survey, "Using High-Resolution Satellite Imagery to Provide Rapid Post-Earthquake Damage Detection," (with E. Rathje), 2004-2005.
- NSF, "Collection and Processing of Satellite Data from the 2003 Tokachi-Oki (Hokkaido) Japan Earthquake for Determination of Permanent Ground Deformations," (with E. Rathje), 2004.