Friday, October 19, 2012

Image Sensors at EI 2013

SPIE and EI&T Electronic Imaging Conference to be held on Feb. 2-7, 2013 in San Francisco published its program. A few EI sub-conferences have interesting image sensor content. Conference 8659 "Sensors, Cameras, and Systems for Industrial/Scientific Applications XIV" and Conference 8660 "Digital Photography IX" have many relevant papers. Here are just few of them:

Fundamental performance differences of CMOS and CCD imagers: part V
James R. Janesick, Sarnoff Corp.

Kirana: a solid-state megapixel uCMOS image sensor for ultrahigh speed imaging
Jamie Crooks, Ben Marsh, Renato A. D. Turchetta, Rutherford Appleton Lab. (UK); Keith Taylor, Wai Chan, Specialised Imaging Ltd. (UK)

Back-side-illuminated image sensor with burst capturing speed of 5.2Tpixel per second
Toshiki Arai, Jun Yonai, Tetsuya Hayashida, Hiroshi Ohtake, Japan Broadcasting Corp. (Japan); Harry van Kuijk, Teledyne DALSA (Netherlands); Takeharu G. Etoh, Ritsumeikan Univ. (Japan)

A 33Mpixel wide color gamut image capturing system using four CMOS image sensors at 120 Hz
Takuji Soeno, NHK Science & Technical Research Labs. (Japan); Kohei Omura, NHK Engineering Services, Inc. (Japan); Takayuki Yamashita, NHK Science & Technical Research Labs. (Japan); Ryohei Funatsu, NHK Engineering Services, Inc. (Japan) and NHK Science & Technical Research Labs. (Japan); Masayuki Sugawara, Makoto Okui, NHK Science & Technical Research Labs. (Japan)

New analog readout architecture for low noise CMOS image sensors using column-parallel forward noise canceling circuitry
Tsung-Ling Li, Yasuyuki Goda, Shunichi Wakashima, Rihito Kuroda, Shigetoshi Sugawa, Tohoku Univ. (Japan)

A CMOS image sensor using floating capacitor load readout operation
Shunichi Wakashima, Yasuyuki Goda, Tsung-Ling Li, Rihito Kuroda, Shigetoshi Sugawa, Tohoku Univ. (Japan)

Thanks to AT for letting me know about the program!

1 comment:

  1. There are also plenty of short courses (half day or full day) related to image sensor technology.


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