Air Force Institute of Technology Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 1989
Dissertation Title: "Multiple
Sensor Fusion for Detecting Targets in FLIR and Range Images"
Air Force Institute
of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 1983
Electro-Optics, Communication Theory
Iowa State University,
C. Roggemann is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at Michigan
MI. He is co-author of the
book “Imaging Through
Turbulence”, and has authored or co-authored over 60 journal
articles and over
50 conference papers. Dr.
Roggemann is a
member of the IEEE, and is a Fellow of both the Optical Society of
SPIE – The International Society for Optical Engineering. He was also briefly
affiliated with the Boeing
Corporation, where he served as a senior research scientist from 2002
and was a Technical Fellow of the Boeing Corporation.
Roggeman was an Associate Professor of
Engineering Physics at the Air Force Institute of Technology,
from 1992 to 1997. He
is an honorably
retired Air Force Officer at the rank of Major.
Dr. Roggemann performed his undergraduate work at Iowa
graduating in 1982 with the
BSEE degree. He
performed graduate work
at the Air Force Institute of Technology, completing the MSEE degree in
and the Ph.D. in 1989. Dr.
been an electro-optics program manager at Wright Laboratories,
and an imaging researcher at the Phillips Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, NM. His present research
imaging and beam projection through atmospheric turbulence, optical
sensing system design and analysis, and signal and image processing.
Current Class: EE 2190