Monday, October 07, 2013

Workshop on CMOS Image Sensors for High Performance Applications

CNES, ASTRIUM, THALES ALENIA SPACE, SODERN are organizers of the 3rd workshop "CMOS image sensors for high performance applications" to be held in Toulouse, France on November 26-27, 2013. The preliminary program includes:

CMOS sensors for space applications:
  • Nick Nelms, ESA
    An overview of ESA supported Visible and NIR CMOS Image Sensor development
  • Jérôme Pratlong, e2v
    MTG FCI Visible Detector design and development.
  • Weng-Lyang “Bill” Wang, CMOS Sensor Inc
    Five bands of CMOS Sensor (C468) for Formosat-5
  • Michel Bréart de Boisanger, EADS Astrium
    CMOS Image Sensors optimized for GEO observation
  • Fabien Malbet, IPAG
    Detector requirements for high accuracy astrometry and results of an interferometric detector calibration method
Low flux:
  • Franck Robert, Photonis
    Photonis complementary Digital Solutions for Low Light Level and extreme low light Vision conditions
  • Ajit Kumar Kalgi, Caeleste
    Photon imaging with monolithic CMOS SPADs
  • Alice Pelamatti, ISAE
    An Analytical Model for the Estimation of the Full Well Capacity in Pinned Photodiode CMOS Image Sensors
TDI on CMOS:
  • Alex Materne, CNES
    Development of Pixel architectures for TDI CMOS image sensors dedicated to High Resolution Earth Observation Satellites
  • Alper Ercan, IMEC
    A TDI test imager in embedded CCD in CMOS technology
  • Beat De Coi, ESPROS Photonics
    CCD/CMOS Imager System on a Chip
  • Olivier Marcelot, ISAE
    Study of CCD Transport on CMOS Imaging Technology: Comparison Between SCCD and BCCD, and Ramp Effect on the CTI
  • Frédéric Mayer, e2v
    Measurements and Analysis of a 13um Pitch Charge Transfer TDI Suitable for Space Applications Using a Standard CMOS Technology
ADCs:
  • Philippe Ayzac,Thalès Alenia Space
    Design of MROD, a Space Qualified, 2 Channel, Video Chain Mixed-Signal ASIC for High Resolution Mission
  • Daniel Dzahini, LPSC IN2P3
    TUTORIAL : SURVEY OF On-Chip ADCs FOR IMAGING APPLICATIONS
CMOS for Infra Red Applications:
  • Harald Weller, SELEX-ES
    IR Sensors for space and astronomy applications at Selex-ES Ltd
  • Vincent Gravot, ULIS
    A differential input stage for uncooled infrared pixels
  • Wim Vereecken, XENICS
    The design of a 1.3 Megapixel InGaAs array with low noise and increased dynamic range Backside Illuminated CMOS
  • Kiki Minoglou, IMEC
    Evaluation of backside passivation using laser annealing in backside illuminated image sensors
  • Jérôme Pratlong, e2v
    TAOS II: Three 88-Megapixel astronomy arrays of large area, backthinned, and low-noise CMOS sensors
  • Guy Meynants, CMOSIS
    Backside illuminated CMOS active pixel sensor with global shutter and 84 dB dynamic range
Radiation Hardness:
  • Manuel Innocent, ON Semiconductor
    A radiation tolerant 4T pixel for space applications: layout and process optimization
  • Harald Neubauer, IIS Fraunhofer
    Comparison of x-ray tolerant pixel-photodiode combinations (with and without in pixel charge-integration) for high sensitive x-ray detectors
  • Valerian Lalucca, ISAE
    Single Event Effects in 4T and 5T Pinned Photodiode CMOS Image Sensors
Thanks to CV for sending me the program. Registration for the workshop is open here.

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