Goetz Instrument Program Recipients 2011

ASD Inc. is proud to announce the recipients of the 2011 Alexander Goetz Instrument Support Program Award. These researchers are a great representation of a diverse cross section of disciplines utilizing reflectance spectroscopy in the field.

David Lagomasino, Ph.D. Candidate: Department of Earth and Environment, Florida International University, Miami, Florida

  • Title: Monitoring hydrogeochemical interactions in Everglades National Park using field spectroscopy and remote sensing

Liqin Qu , Ph.D. Candidate; Investigators:  Xiusheng Yang, Professor
Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Connecticut

  • Title: Field Spectral Enhancement of Suspended Sediment Concentration Retrieval from Remote Sensing Imagery in a Highly Turbid River: an Example on the Yellow River in China

Kelly Canham, Ph.D. Candidate; Investigators: Dr. William Middleton and Dr. David Messinger, Imaging Science within the Carlson Center for Imaging Science, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY

  • Title: Measuring the Spectral Profiles of Materials in Oaxaca, Mexico for use in Hyperspectral Image Classification and Linear Unmixing of Ancient Zapotec Settlement Locations


Luyan Ji, Ph.D. Candidate: Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Science

Dan Zhu, Master Degree Candidate: Tea institute, Zhejiang University, China

  • Title: Reflectance feature study for Online Tea Quality Estimation by Using ASD Spectrometer

Lachezar Filchev, Ph.D. Candidate: "Remote Sensing of the Earth and Planets", Space and Solar-Terrestrial Research Institute, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, (SSTRI-BAS), Sofia, Bulgaria

  • Title: Model for assessment of coniferous vegetation's stress using multispectal and hyperspectral data

Russell F. Schimmer, Ph.D. Candidate: Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

  • Title: Monitoring Mill Tailings Impoundment Containment by Spectrally Distinguishing Tailings from Non-Tailings Materials & by Detecting Multitemporal Changes in Local Plant Communities

Nima Pahlevan, Ph.D. Candidate; Investigators: Dr. John Schott
Digital Imaging and Remote Sensing Laboratory, Center for Imaging Science, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY

  • Title: The Potential of Landsat7 and LDCM Coupled with a Hydrodynamic Model for Quantitative Mapping of Water Constituents in Inland Waters


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