Keith F. Prussing

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Keith F. Prussing is a research engineer at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. He is foremost a computational physicist; his current primary field of research is simulating rendered images in the visible and infrared regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. He was the co-lead developer on an improved simulation framework for predicting infrared and visible signatures in complex environments and lead developer on a framework to process hyperspectral imagery overnight and in situ for spot checking. He administers the Infrared and Visible Signature Suppression short course and teaches the Infrared Search and Track session of the Target Tracking Systems short course for the Georgia Tech Professional Education division. Dr. Prussing holds a B.S. and Ph.D. in physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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