Mike Roggeman, Professor, ECE

Mike Roggeman, Professor, ECE

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Graduate Program Director
Mike Roggeman, Professor, ECE

Educational Background: Ph.D., Air Force Institute of Technology Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 1989

M.S.E.E., Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 1983

B.S.E.E, Iowa State University, 1982

Professional Experience:

Senior research scientist, Boeing Corporation 2002 to 2005

Technical Fellow of the Boeing Corporation.

He is an honorably retired Air Force Officer at the rank of Major.

Academic Experience:

Professor – Electrical & Computer Engineering (1999-2018).

Associate Professor – Electrical & Computer Engineering (1996-1999).

Roggeman was an Associate Professor of Engineering Physics at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio from 1992 to 1997.

Areas of Expertise:

Optics

Image reconstruction and processing

Pattern recognition

Adaptive and atmospheric optics

Courses Taught at Michigan Tech:

EE 2112, Electric Circuits II and Lab, 18 courses.

EE 2190, Intro to Photonics, 3 courses.

EE 3140, Electromagnetics, 2 courses.

EE 3180, Probability - Signal Analysis, 2 courses.

EE 321, Signal and System Analysis 1, 1 course.

EE 322, Signal and System Analysis 2, 1 course.

EE 3250, Intro to Comm Theory, 2 courses.

EE 3291, Photonic Material and Devices, 3 courses.

EE 390, Spec Topics Electrical Engr, 1 course.

EE 423, Digital Image Processing, 2 courses.

EE 4253, Real Time Signal Processing, 2 courses.

EE 4256, Fourier Optics, 7 courses.

EE 4257, Digital Image Processing, 2 courses.

EE 4290, Optical Communication, 1 course.

EE 4441, The Laser, 2 courses.

EE 4800, Photonics Engineering, 1 course.

EE 4805, Electrical Engineering Project, 3 courses.

EE 490, Spec Topics Electrical Engr, 1 course.

EE 4901, EE Design Project 1, 5 courses.

EE 4910, EE Design Project 2, 6 courses.

EE 491D, Elect Engr Design Project 1, 1 course.

EE 492D, Elect Engr Design Project 2, 2 courses.

EE 493, Electrical Engr Project, 1 course.

EE 493D, Elect Engr Design Project 3, 2 courses.

EE 494, Electrical Engr Project, 1 course.

EE 500, Graduate Research Elect Engr, 10 courses.

EE 501, Statistical Signal Process 1, 2 courses.

EE 530, Modern System Theory, 4 courses.

EE 5440, The Laser, 2 courses.

EE 5500, Prob & Stoch Processes, 5 courses.

EE 5511, Information Theory, 1 course.

EE 5520, Fourier Optics, 7 courses.

EE 5522, Digital Image Processing, 4 courses.

EE 5523, Radar Systems I, 1 course.

EE 5532, Sensing & Process for Robotics, 1 course.

EE 5540, Statistical Optics, 1 course.

EE 5805, Directed Study in Elec & Comp, 12 courses.

EE 590, Spec Topics Electrical Engr, 4 courses.

EE 5900, Fourier Optics, 7 courses.

EE 5900A, Fourier Optics, 1 course.

EE 5950, Signals and Systems Seminar, 1 course.

EE 5975, Full Time Master's Research, 2 courses.

EE 5990, Thesis Research in EE, 29 courses.

EE 5991, Project Research in EE, 3 courses.

EE 5992, Practical Experience in EE, 2 courses.

EE 600, Doctoral Research, 3 courses.

EE 6975, Full-Time Doctoral Research, 7 courses.

EE 6990, Doctoral Research, 53 courses.

Awards:

Creative/Scholarship/Research

Research Award, Michigan Technological University. (September 2002).

Fellow, SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. (July 2002).

Fellow, Optical Society of America. (February 2000).

Teaching

Michigan Technological University Academy of Teaching Excellence, Michigan Technological University. (April 2009).

Published Works:

Michael C. Roggemann, Byron M. Welsh. (2015). Imaging Through Turbulence. 2nd ed. CRC Press.

Casey D. Demars · Michael C. Roggemann · Timothy C. Havens. “Multispectral detection and tracking of multiple moving targets in cluttered urban environments.” Optical Engineering · December 2015.

Jeremy P. Bos · Michael C. Roggemann · V. S. Rao Gudimetla. “Anisotropic non-Kolmogorov turbulence phase screens with variable orientation.” Mar 2015 · Applied Optics

Mohamed E Hanafy · Michael C Roggemann · Durdu O Guney. “Detailed effects of scattering and absorption by haze and aerosols in the atmosphere on the average point spread function of an imaging system.” Jun 2014 · Journal of the Optical Society of America.

Glen E. Archer · Jeremy P. Bos · Michael C. Roggemann. Reconstruction of long horizontal-path images under anisoplanatic conditions using multiframe blind deconvolution.”  Aug 2013 · Optical Engineering.

Media Features:

TV, Weather Channel. (June 2014).