Imaging Science (What the heck is that?)
Imaging Scientist by schooling, System Engineer by employment, problem-solver by predisposition. I'm looking for work in the West. An ideal job would be R&D - Challenge me.
B.S. in Imaging Science from RIT (cis.rit.edu)
Four years at a Fortune 500 company
Looking to move West from Central NY
PM me please for more info - I know the current employer searches the interwebs...
In all seriousness though, I've done: LIDAR/LADAR, Signals Processing, Digital Image Processing, DIAL (analysis), Algorithm development and debugging, GIS ( ArcGIS / ESRI and off-brand stuff, incl. google ), Radiometry, Aerial and remote sensing, IR, Multi- and Hyper-Spectral, Ultrasound, Optics, Visual Perception, and written code in a variety of well-known and obscure languages: Python, IDL, HTML, PHP, MatLab, MathCad, ArcObjects, VB, VBA, and a handful of others.
And I speak conversational German and am fairly fluent in ASL (American Sign Language)
Originally Posted by IRideASlowBike
See, your bike made you dinner. All it has to do now is fetch you a beer, and then you won't even need a wife.
Trust screwed with this post 11-17-2009 at 09:11 PM