Dr. Charles R. Bostater

Fellow Member | Associate Professor at Florida Institute of Technology
Bostater, Charles R.
SPIE Leadership: Retrieving Data, please wait...
SPIE Membership: 22.7 years total | 22.7 years voting
SPIE Awards: Fellow status | Senior status
SPIE Involvement: Retrieving Data, please wait...
Area of Expertise: Airborne & In-Situ Remote Sensing, Freshwater and Coastal Sensing, Hyperspectral Imaging & Simulation, Submerged Target Detection & Modeling, Photogrammetric Engineering, Hyperspectral Synthetic Image Generation
Websites: Company Website
Social Media: LinkedIn
Contact Details:
Sign In to send a private message or view contact details

Profile Summary

Dr. Bostater is in the College of Engineering at Florida Institute of Technology and is the Director of the Marine & Environmental Optics & Remote Sensing Lab and the University's Remote Sensing Center. As an Associate Professor in the University he teaches the Physics of Oceans & Atmospheres; Remote Sensing; GIS. Dr. Bostater is an expert in Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging and Data Fusion of these data types with photogrammetric engineering imagery.

Dr. Bostater also has pioneered the use of Monte Carlo and Analytical Radiative Transfer Models for use in water surface and subsurface target detection.

He also is involved with remote sensing of vegetation stress detection and remote sensing for water quality applications in freshwater, coastal and nearby coastal ocean habitats.

He is the named inventor on several international patents for noncontact remote sensing probes.

His research in in Surface & Subsurface Sensing Technologies and Robotic Systems (STARS)

SPIE Volunteer Activities

Retrieving Data, please wait...

Upcoming Presentations

Most Recent | Show All
Retrieving Data, please wait...


Most Recent | Show All
Retrieving Data, please wait...

Conference Committee Involvement

Most Recent | Show All
Retrieving Data, please wait...

Course Instructor

Most Recent | Show All
Retrieving Data, please wait...
Sign in to read the full article
Create a free SPIE account to get access to
premium articles and original research
Forgot your username?