Professor Emeritus, Electrical Engineering
275B Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering
Areas of Interest
Professor Sauer’s research centers on statistical methods of solving inverse problems, primarily in imaging. The problems he has studied include emission and transmission tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. He collaborates with GE Healthcare and colleagues at Purdue University in an exploration of these methods for conventional X-ray CT imaging, in the hopes of reducing the radiation absorbed in routine diagnostics.
Ph.D, Princeton University, 1989
M.S., Electrical Engineering Purdue University
B.S., Electrical Engineering Purdue University