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Jason Brown

Jason Brown (GIS255, Viewing Our Earth: Introduction to Remote Sensing) is an adjunct assistant professor at NOVA, where he teaches Remote Sensing.

He has worked in the industry for 12 years modeling, analyzing and engineering everything from the target through the detector. Prior to that he was a reactor operator on a U.S. attack submarine. Brown is currently a Consulting Engineer/Scientist for Schafer TMD.

His research interests are earth and atmospheric remote sensing, polarimetric imaging, geospatial intelligence and archeological remote sensing.

  • BS Optical Science and Engineering, University of Arizona
  • MS Optical Sciences, University of Arizona