Mr. Zarobila is a physicist, currently working as a contractor in the Sensor Science Division at NIST. He is co-developing STARR II, a new system for the measurement of BRDF/BTDF that will provide broad spectral range while optimizing throughput and lowering uncertainty. He is also supporting NIST STARS, and MOBY. His research interests include interferometry, spectrophotometry, color, and remote sensing using optical and fiber-optic techniques.
"Fiber-Optic Sensors," Davis, C. M. and Zarobila, C. J., In R.W. Waynant, & M.N. Ediger, Electro-Optics Handbook, (2nd ed., Chapter) New York: McGraw-Hill.
Sensor Science Division
Infrared Technology Group
2009-present, Jung Research and Development Corp., Gaithersburg, MD
1995-2009, Hunter Associates Laboratory, Inc., Reston, VA
1982-1995, Optical Technologies, Inc., Herndon, VA
M.S. John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH
B.S. John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH