Thursday, June 09, 2016

3rd International Workshop on Image Sensors and Imaging Systems: Frontier of image sensors based on conceptual breakthroughs inspired by applications

Tokyo Institute of Technology announces 3rd International Workshop on Image Sensors and Imaging Systems (IWISS2016) to be held on Nov. 17-18, 2016 at Tamachi Campus. The Workship is accepting approximately 20 poster papers. Submission of papers for the poster presentation starts in September, and the deadline is on September 23, 2016.
The preliminary list of invited presentations is impressive:
  • Ion implantation technology for image sensors
    Nobukazu Teranishi, Genshu Fuse, and Michiro Sugitani,
    Shizuoka Univ./ Univ. of Hyogo, Sumitomo, Heavy Industries Ion Technology Co., Ltd., Japan)
  • 3D-stacking architecture for low-noise high-speed image sensors
    Shoji Kawahito,
    Shizuoka Univ., Japan
  • A Dead-time free global shutter stacked CMOS image sensor with in-pixel LOFIC and ADC using pixel-wise connections
    Rihito Kuroda, Hidetake Sugo, Shunichi Wakashima, and Shigetoshi Sugawa,
    Tohoku Univ., Japan
  • 3D stacked image sensor featuring low noise inductive coupling channels
    Masayuki Ikebe, Daisuke Uchida, Yasuhiro Take, Tetsuya Asai, Tadahiro Kuroda, and Masato Motomura,
    Hokkaido Univ., Keio Univ., Japan
  • Low-noise CMOS image sensors towards single-photon detection
    Min-Woong Seo, Keiichiro Kagawa, Keita Yasutomi, and Shoji Kawahito,
    Shizuoka Univ., Japan
  • Bioluminescence imaging in living animals
    Takahiro Kuchimaru, Tetsuya Kadonosono, Shinae Kizaka-Kondoh,
    Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Japan
  • Restoration of a Poissonian-Gaussian color moving-image sequence
    Takahiro Saito and Takashi Komatsu,
    Kanagawa Univ., Japan
  • Always-on CMOS image sensor: energy-efficient circuits and architecture
    Jaehyuk Choi,
    Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea
  • Low-voltage high-dynamic-range CMOS imager with energy harvesting
    Chih-Cheng Hsieh and Albert Yen-Chih Chiou,
    National Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan
  • Various ultra-high-speed imaging and applications by Streak camera
    Koro Uchiyama,
    Hamamatsu Photonics K. K., Japan
  • Time-of-flight image sensors toward micrometer resolution
    Keita Yasutomi and Shoji Kawahito,
    Shizuoka Univ., Japan
  • Toward the ultimate speed of silicon image sensors: from 4.5 kfps to Gfps and more
    Goji Etoh,
    Osaka Univ., Japan
  • Studies on adaptive optics and application to the biological microscope
    Masayuki Hattori,
    National Inst. for Basic Biology, Japan
  • Application of light-sheet microscopy to cell and development biology
    Shigenori Nonaka,
    National Inst. for Basic Biology, Japan
  • Non-contact video based estimation for heart rate variability spectrogram using ambient light by extracting hemoglobin information
    Norimichi Tsumura,
    Chiba Univ. , Japan
  • Development of ultraviolet- and visible-light one-shot spectral domain optical coherence tomography and in situ measurements of human skin
    Heijiro Hirayama or Sohichiro Nakamura,
    FUJIFILM Corp., Japan
  • Extremely compact hyperspectral camera for drone and smartphone
    Ichiro Ishimaru,
    Kagawa Univ., Japan

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