J. Scott Tyo

Adjunct Professor of Optical Sciences
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Australian Defence Force Academy

Specific Research Interests: 

  • Enabling technologies for optical and microwave remote sensing: processing of high-dimensional spectropolarimetric data.
  • Investigation of statistical properties of hyperspectral imagery.
  • Optimization of polarimetric sensors for remote sensing applications.
  • Integration of polarimetric and spectral sensors and information.
  • Use of spectropolarimetry to improve imaging in scattering media.
  • Fusion of multidimensional data into intelligible images.
  • Design of UWB antennas and antenna arrays.
  • Development of sensors, measurement techniques and processing strategies for UWB EM measurements.
  • Generation and radiation of electromagnetic transients.
  • Utilization of UWB radar for target detection and identification.


  • Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1997
  • M.S.E., University of Pennsylvania, 1996
  • B.S.E., University of Pennsylvania, 1994