Franziska Frey is Assistant Professor at the School of Printing at
Rochester Institute of Technology. She teaches courses in digital image
capture, image database design, digital asset management, and ink and
substrates. She is also a Faculty in the "Mellon Advanced Residency
Program in Photograph Conservation" at George Eastman House,
International Museum of Photography. Franziska Frey received her Ph.D.
degree in Natural Sciences (Concentration: Imaging Science) from the
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland in 1994.
Before joining the faculty of the School of Printing, she has worked as
a research scientist at the Image Permanence Institute at RIT. Her work
has primarily focused on establishing guidelines for viewing, scanning,
quality control, and archiving digital images. Franziska publishes,
consults, and teaches in the US and around the world on various issues
related to establishing digital image databases and digital libraries.
She is also actively involved in several international standards groups.