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3D Image Sensors
At ISSCC 2018, the leading conference for solid-state electronics which will be held in San Francisco, CA, US on February 2018, there will be a tutorial held by IRIS about imaging using SPAD:
Matteo Perenzoni, "Single-Photon Detection in CMOS", Sunday February 11th
We are looking forward to meeting you at this exciting conference!
Special Issue in Sensors Journal of MDPI about "Image Sensors"
Guest editors: Lucio Pancheri, Matteo Perenzoni, Nicola Massari
Submit your paper now!
We are looking for highly motivated people in the following two domains:
The final program of IEEE Topics on Microelectronics (ToM) Courses 2017 at University of Pavia - Pavia (Italy), has been announced:
The ToM series provides a wide range of focused talks on leading-edge microelectronics topics. IRIS will be there in September 2017, with senior researcher Matteo Perenzoni sharing with you some insights on time-to-digital converters which can be used for sensing applications. We hope to see you there!
IRIS will be at the two CNES workshops in Toulouse, "Radiation Effects on Optoelectronic Detectors" (16/11), and "Photon Counting, Low Flux and High Dynamic Range Optoelectronic Detectors" (17/11) presenting the latest advances in single-photon detectors and imagers.
16/11, 2:55pm: Irradiation Tests on CMOS Digital Silicon Photomultipliers for Ranging Applications
M. Perenzoni, D. Perenzoni, D. Stoppa, C. Virmontois, FBK, CNES
This year, at the leading integrated circuit conference ISSCC in San Francisco, California (1-4 February 2016), IRIS research unit will be there with two papers:
Two letter papers have recently been published by the IRIS group.
A paper on a very small and efficient TDC, suitable for arrayed applications, has been published in Electronics Letters:
M. Perenzoni, H. Xu, D. Stoppa, 'Small area 0.3 pJ/conv, 45 ps time-to-digital converter for arrays of silicon photomultiplier interfaces in 150 nm CMOS', Electronics Letters, 2015
while the following letter is the result of a fruitful cooperation with CNR-NEST in Pisa:
The Researchers' Night 2015, held on the 25th of September, was a great success!
We really would like to thank the hundreds of you who visited our booth and got excited together with us about science! It has been really a wonderful experience also for us in getting in touch with all of you.
Stay tuned as we won't miss the chance to grab your attention even more at the next event!
MILA (Miniaturized Imaging Laser Altimeter) is an ESA project aiming at the development of a compact imaging altimeter for the future ESA mission in order to provide a support for the global navigation system in the approach and landing of flying spacecrafts.