Adjunct Faculty

David M. Berg

Adjunct Assistant Professor
MS in Optics, University of Rochester, 1983

544 Goergen Hall
(585) 317-9586

Short Biography

David M. Berg is an optical system engineering consultant with more than 20 years experience in machine vision and optical metrology. Mr. Berg received his BS in physics from Stanford University in 1979 and his MS in optics from the University of Rochester in 1983. He worked at Hydroacoustics, Inc. (Rochester NY), developing sonar arrays and signal processing techniques. He also developed a micro-bending fiber optic hydrophone with Professor Kenneth Teegarden. In 1983, he joined GCA/Tropel (now Corning Tropel), where he managed systems engineering for Metrology Products, including image quality (OTF) measurement systems. Mr. Berg has worked at Eastman Kodak Co. (Federal Systems Division), ESTEK – a Kodak Company, and spent 11 years with Melles Griot Optics Group, where he developed lenses and optical subsystems for Machine Vision applications. Mr. Berg is a member of OSA and SPIE and is past president of the OSA-Rochester Section. He founded Oren Sage Technology ( in 2006.