If we can remotely probe the structure and nature of an object, we can make an image of it and use that image to develop human comprehension.

Awards & Grants

Javier A. Concha - American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing - Central New York Region - Student of the Year Award (2014)
Amanda Ziemann - DOE Conference on Data Analysis - Best Student Poster (2014)
Saugata Sinha - IEEE Western New York Image Processing Workshop - Best Paper Award (2013)

Publications

Dickey, K., A Low-Cost Multispectral Camera for Consumer Applications, Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Science, Center for Imaging Science, Rochester, New York, United States (2014)

Pow, J.; Helguera, M.; Pieri, E.; Wolters, S.; Augspurger, M.; Neuberger, B.; Scholl, V.; Bondi, E., The Use of Peer Evaluations In A Non-Traditional First Year System Design Class, ASEE, 121st National Conference, T242 FPD4: Peers and Perceptions, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, June (2014)

Profiles

I’ve always had an interest in “seeing” the world in more than just the red, green, blue that our eyes provide.
Christian M. Lewis, MS '14

Testimonials

  • I’m one of the few people at work in my group with actual education in imaging science rather than just picking things up on the job so I’ve become a resource on data / algorithms / brainstorming.
    Maria Busuioceanu
    Imaging Science '13
  • In short, thanks to the faculty, staff, and graduates of the Center for Imaging Science, Pictometry has grown from a nebulous concept into a global, billion-dollar business in one short decade.
    Richard Kaplan
    CEO of Pictometry International
  • My internship at the National Ecological Observatory Network was a real-world job experience where co-workers came to me for information on Image Processing, and I realized that I was the expert in the office.
    Kevin Sacca
    Imaging Science BS '16
  • There is so much covered by the term 'imaging science' that I’ve been exposed to far more topics and research areas than I would have in a traditional program.
    Oesa Weaver
    Imaging Science PhD '15
  • Imaging science is a unique holistic program that applies aspects of physics, engineering, computer science, and psychology to understanding and using images for all types of scientific inquiry.
    Michael Augspurger
    Imaging Science BS '17