Saturday, December 18, 2021

Image Sensors at EI 2022

2022 Electronic Imaging Symposium is to be held on-line starting January 16. There is a number of image sensor presentations:
  1. Plenary Session: Quanta Image Sensors: Counting Photons Is the New Game in Town
    Eric R. Fossum, Professor, Dartmouth Engineering, Dartmouth College
  2. Keynote: Recent developments in GatedVision imaging - Seeing the unseen,
    Ofer David, BrightWay Vision (Israel)
  3. Keynote: Sensing and computing technologies for AR/VR,
    Chiao Liu, Meta Reality Labs Research (United States)
  4. World's first 16:4:1 triple conversion gain sensor with all-pixel AF for 82.4dB single exposure HDR,
    ChangHyun Park, HongSuk Hong, EunSub Shim, JungBin Yun, and KyungHo Lee,
    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Republic of Korea)
  5. A 40/22nm 200MP stacked CMOS image sensor with 0.61┬Ám pixel,
    Masayuki Uchiyama1, Geunsook Park1, Sangjoo Lee1, Tomoyasu Tate1, Masashi Minagawa2, Shino Shimoyamada2, Zhiqiang Lin1, King Yeung1, Lien Tu1, Wu-Zang Yang3, Alan Hsiung1, Vincent Venezia1, and Lindsay Grant1;
    1OmniVision Technologies, Inc. (United States), 2OmniVision Technologies Japan (Japan), and 3OmniVision Technologies Taiwan (Taiwan)
  6. Perfect RGB color routers for sub-wavelength size CMOS image sensor pixels,
    Peter B. Catrysse, Nathan Zhao, and Shanhui Fan,
    Stanford University (United States)
  7. Time domain noise analysis of oversampled CMOS image sensors,
    Andreas Suess, Mathias Wilhelmsen, Liang Zuo, and Boyd Fowler,
    OmniVision (United States)
  8. An offset calibration technique for CIS column parallel SAR ADC using memory,
    Jaekyum Lee1 and Albert Theuwissen1,2;
    1TU Delft (the Netherlands) and 2Harvest Imaging (Belgium)
  9. Real-time LIDAR imaging by solid-state single chip beam scanner,
    Jisan Lee, Kyunghyun Son, Changbum Lee, Inoh Hwang, Bongyong Jang, Eunkyung Lee, Dongshik Shim, Hyunil Byun, Changgyun Shin, Dongjae Shin, Otsuka Tatsuhiro, Yongchul Cho, Kyoungho Ha, and Hyuck Choo,
    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Republic of Korea)
  10. A back-illuminated SOI-based 4-tap lock-in pixel with high NIR sensitivity for TOF range image sensors,
    Naoki Takada1, Keita Yasutomi1, Hodaka Kawanishi1, Kazuki Tada1, Tatsuya Kobayashi1, Atsushi Yabata2, Hiroki Kasai2, Noriyuki Miura2, Masao Okihara2, and Shoji Kawahito1;
    1Shizuoka University and 2LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd. (Japan)
  11. An 8-tap image sensor using tapped PN-junction diode demodulation pixels for short-pulse time-of-flight measurements,
    Ryosuke Miyazawa1, Yuya Shirakawa1, Kamel Mars1, Keita Yasutomi1, Keiichiro Kagawa1, Satoshi Aoyama2, and Shoji Kawahito1;
    1Shizuoka University and 2Brookman Technology, Inc. (Japan)
  12. The study and analysis of using CMY color filter arrays for 0.8 mm CMOS image sensors,
    Pohsiang Wang, An-Li Kuo, Ta-Yung Ni, Hao-Wei Liu, Yu C. Chang, Ching-Chiang Wu, and Ken Wu,
    VisEra Technologies (Taiwan)
  13. An anti-UV organic material integrated microlens for automotive CIS,
    William Tsai, VisEra (Taiwan)
  14. Design and analysis on low-power and low-noise single slope ADC for digital pixel sensors,
    Hyun-Yong Jung, Myonglae Chu, Min-Woong Seo, Suksan Kim, Jiyoun Song, Sang-Gwon Lee, Sung-Jae Byun, Minkyung Kim, Daehee Bae, Junan Lee, Sung-Yong Lee, Jongyeon Lee, Jonghyun Go, Jae-kyu Lee, Chang-Rok Moon, and Hyoung-Sub Kim,
    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Republic of Korea)
  15. 3-Layer stacked pixel-parallel CMOS image sensors using hybrid bonding of SOI wafers,
    Masahide Goto1, Yuki Honda1, Masakazu Nanba1, Yoshinori Iguchi1, Takuya Saraya2, Masaharu Kobayashi2, Eiji Higurashi3, Hiroshi Toshiyoshi2, and Toshiro Hiramoto2;
    1NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories, 2The University of Tokyo, and 3National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan)
  16. Accurate event simulation using high-speed video,
    Xiaozheng Mou, Kaijun Feng, Alex Yi, Steve Wang, Huan Chen, Xiaoqin Hu, Menghan Guo, Shoushun Chen, and Andreas Suess,
    OmniVision (United States)
  17. Photon-starving and high-dynamic-range imaging with photon-counting quanta image sensors (Invited),
    Jiaju Ma, GigaJot Technology (United States)
  18. Photon-limited object detection for CMOS cameras and quanta image sensors (Invited),
    Stanley Chan1, Chengxi Li1, Xiangyu Qu1, Abhiram Gnanasambandam1, Omar Elgendy2, and Jiaju Ma2;
    1Purdue University and 2GigaJot Technology (United States)
  19. High dynamic range single photon LiDAR (Invited),
    Robert K. Henderson, University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)
  20. Log-simplex denoising for color images (Invited),
    Sarah Miller1, Keigo Hirakawa1, and Chen Zhang2;
    1University of Dayton and 2OmniVision Technologies, Inc. (United States)
  21. Computational imaging, one photon at a time (Invited),
    Mohit Gupta, University of Wisconsin, Madison (United States)
  22. From a handful of photons (Invited),
    Hamid Sheikh, Samsung Research America (United States)
  23. Course SC12: Signal Processing for Photon-Limited Imaging
    Instructor: Stanley Chan, Purdue University 

3 comments:

  1. More advertisement for EI 2022!

    Also check out my photon-limited imaging session in EI 2022. It's cross-listed with the image sensors.

    https://www.imaging.org/site/IST/IST/Conferences/EI/EI_2022/Conference/C_COIMG.aspx


    TUESDAY 18 JANUARY 2022
    10:00COIMG-135
    Photon-starving and high-dynamic-range imaging with photon-counting quanta image sensors (Invited), Jiaju Ma, GigaJot Technology (United States)

    10:15COIMG-136
    Photon-limited object detection for CMOS cameras and quanta image sensors (Invited), Stanley Chan1, Chengxi Li1, Xiangyu Qu1, Abhiram Gnanasambandam1, Omar Elgendy2, and Jiaju Ma2; 1Purdue University and 2GigaJot Technology (United States)

    10:30COIMG-137
    High dynamic range single photon LiDAR (Invited), Robert K. Henderson, University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

    10:45COIMG-138
    Log-simplex denoising for color images (Invited), Sarah Miller1, Keigo Hirakawa1, and Chen Zhang2; 1University of Dayton and 2OmniVision Technologies, Inc. (United States)

    11:30COIMG-149
    Computational imaging, one photon at a time (Invited), Mohit Gupta, University of Wisconsin, Madison (United States)

    11:45COIMG-150
    From a handful of photons (Invited), Hamid Sheikh, Samsung Research America (United States)

    12:00COIMG-151
    An improved image enhancement algorithm using a statistical model for pixel value error, Henry G. Dietz, University of Kentucky (United States)

    12:15COIMG-152
    Blind estimation of noise level based on pixels values prediction, Mykola Ponomarenko1, Oleksandr Miroshnichenko2, Vladimir Lukin2, and Karen Egiazarian1; 1Tampere University (Finland) and 2National Aerospace University (Ukraine)

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  2. Please also check out my short course on Photon Limited Imaging in EI 2022

    http://www.imaging.org/Site/IST/Conferences/EI/EI_2022/Course_Detail.aspx?FunctionKey=SC12

    Will cover various topics in statistical signal processing, single-photon image sensors, deep learning algorithms, and more!

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  3. Thank you, Stanley. Added that to the list

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