Thursday, October 06, 2011

2nd Workshop on CMOS Image Sensors for High Performance Applications

A program has been announced for the 2nd workshop "CMOS Image Sensors for High Performance Applications", co-organized by CNES, Astrium and Thales Alenia Space, to be held on December 6th-7th, 2011 in Toulouse (France). Along these two days, 27 talks about high performances CMOS Image Sensors will be presented by 22 teams from industries, institutes, labs and agencies:

  1. Characterization Results of Teledyne-DALSA High Bandwidth Matrix and Linear CMOS Devices and Roadmap for Radiation Hard and High Resolution Area Devices
    COCHRANE David (TELEDYNE-DALSA)
  2. High QE, Thinned Backside-Illuminated, 3e- RoN, Fast 700fps, 1760x1760 Pixels Wave-Front Sensor Imager with Highly Parallel Readout
    DOWNING Mark (ESO)
  3. Fast-Response, Low-Noise, Multiple Shutter, Non-Destructive Readout Line Sensor for Spectroscopy Applications Based on Lateral-Drift-Field Photodiode Principle
    DURINI Daniel (Fraunhofer Institute)
  4. L²CMOS Image Sensor for Low Light Vision
    FEREYRE Pierre (e2v)
  5. First Results from Single Photon Avalanche Diodes Manufactured in a 0.18 μm CMOS Image Sensor Technology
    COATH Rebecca (STFC)
  6. ESA supported developments in CMOS Imaging Sensors
    NELMS Nick (ESA-ESTEC )
  7. Survey of CMOS devices developped by Astrium-ISAE for ESA LEO and GEO missions
    BREART DE BOISANGER Michel (EADS Astrium)
  8. Survey of CMOS devices developped by Astrium for Ocean Colour Imaging from GEO
    BREART DE BOISANGER Michel (EADS Astrium)
  9. CMOS image sensor for lunar mission
    WANG Weng Lyang ‘Bill’ (CMOS Sensor Inc.)
  10. High-Speed BSI CMOS Image Sensor for Space Applications with 1.1Me- Full Well Capacity and 28e- rms Read Noise
    VU Paul (BAE Systems Imaging Solutions)
  11. CNES roadmap for CMOS image sensors in Space applications
    MATERNE Alex (CNES)
  12. Characterization of a Digital TDI CMOS demonstrator
    LEPAGE Gérald (CMOSIS)
  13. Monolithic, 120 mm CMOS sensor for Multi-mode RSI application
    LO Shih-Hung ‘Redman’ (NSPO)
  14. Developments of back side illuminated CMOS APS for EUV Solar Observations
    BENMOUSSA Ali (STCE Royal Observatory of Belgium)
  15. Digital Focal Plane arrays for Cooled Infrared Detectors
    DECAENS Gilbert (SOFRADIR)
  16. IR Sensors for space applications at Selex Galileo
    WELLER Harald (SELEX GALILEO)
  17. Innovative ROIC for very low flux sensors
    SANSON Eric (SOFRADIR)
  18. Specifications of an Analog-to-Digital Converter For uncooled infrared readout circuits.
    ROBERT Patrick (ULIS)
  19. CTIA circuit for low light level imaging with InGaAs detector.Demonstration with a 15μm pitch VGA format
    GUELLEC Fabrice (CEA-LETI)
  20. A 2 photon noise 2 KHz frame rate, with in-pixel CDS, IR sensor for Adaptative Optic Applications
    SALVETTI Frédéric (SOFRADIR)
  21. Optimisation of performance of Backthinned CMOS devices
    JERRAM Paul (e2v)
  22. Results of the second generation hybrid backside illuminated imagers and an introduction to other high-end imager developments at imec
    MINOGLOU Kiki (IMEC)
  23. Outstanding properties of Espros Photonic CMOS process for high performance imaging
    POPP Martin (Espros Photonics AG)
  24. A Common Gate Pinned Photodiode Pixel
    DE WIT Yannick (ON Semiconductor)
  25. Reduction of pixel 1/F noise by inversion/accumulation cycling
    DUPONT Benoît (CAELESTE)
  26. Radiation Effects on CMOS Image Sensors
    VIRMONTOIS Cedric (ISAE)
  27. Performance of deep submicron CMOS image sensors after radiation
    BERNARD Marie (CNES)

The workshop is free of charge. One can register here: http://cnes.cborg.net/cct/bipublicgb.html

Thanks to AT for sending me the program!

3 comments:

  1. Interestingly, there seems to be little overlap between organizations that work on these science high-profit systems and those that work on consumer electronics high-profit systems.

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  2. I think that the "high performance" is a little misleading. We should use "highly professional", "highly nicth", etc. From pure sensing performance point of view, many consumer sensors have much higher performance!!

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  3. Does anyone know if there will be another one this year?

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