AIG uses experienced instructors with broad backgrounds in remote sensing, image processing, and GIS to insure that students receive the scientific background required to understand the analysis of hyperspectral data to answer specific scientific questions. Knowledgeable lab assistants are also used to improve the student/instructor ratio during interactive image-processing and analysis exercises.

Several AIG principals also founded the company that developed the "ENVI" software package, so students will receive first-hand instruction on how to use the software from the individuals who best understand its features, functions, capabilities, strengths and weaknesses, and future implementation plans.

Principal Instructor Biography

Dr. Joseph W. Boardman received the Ph. D. degree in Geophysics from the University of Colorado in 1991, followed by a 2 year Postdoctoral research fellowship with the CSIRO, Sydney, Australia. From 1993 to 1995 he was a Research Associate at CSES, University of Colorado, Boulder. His current research as Senior Geophysicist, Analytical Imaging and Geophysics LLC, Boulder, Colorado, applies convex geometry and n-dimensional methods to automatically determine endmembers for sub-pixel analysis (spectral unmixing).

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