Sunday, September 16, 2018

Ultrafast Imaging at ULITIMA 2018

ULITIMA 2018 forum held on Sept 11-14 at Argonne National Laboratory, IL, was devoted to ultrafast imaging and particle tracking, novel data collection schemes through sparse sensing, hardware performance enhanced by computational and other novel methods, megahertz and gigahertz electronics, and their applications. Most of the presentations are available on-line.

Here is just a small sample of the interesting presentations:
  • Nanosecond, burst mode X-ray imager development at Sandia National Laboratories
    Claus Liam (Sandia)
  • Flat Optics
    Federico Capasso (Harvard)
  • Capturing Flying Light with a Silicon Image Sensor - A Step toward the Temporal Resolution Limit
    Takeharu Etoh (Ritsumeikan University)
  • An overview of recent novel focal-plane array development at Sandia National Laboratories
    Gideon Robertson (Sandia National Laboratory)
  • Diamond detectors for fast timing applications
    John Smedley (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
  • Development of monolithic sensors for high energy physics in commercial CMOS technologies
    Walter Snoeys (CERN)
  • Fast imagers with time stamping of optical photons
    Andrei Nomerotski (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
  • CMOS imaging sensors and prospects for high-speed applications
    Eric Fossum (Dartmouth University)

Thanks to EF for the link!

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