The website of the 2023 International Image Sensor workshop (IISW) is now online. For more news on IISW 2023 visit : https://www.iisw23.eng.ed.ac.uk/
Cool Solar Orbiter EUI and PHI images
Update 31/3/2022: ESA has published new high-resolution images taken with the EUI. You can see the sun in detail as never before: https://www.esa.int/Science_Exploration/Space_Science/Solar_Orbiter/Zooming_into_the_Sun_with_Solar_Orbiter ____________________________ We developed the extreme-uv sensitive backside thinned CMOS imagers for the EUI instrument at CMOSIS in collaboration with ROB (Brussels) and CSL (Liege). That was a truly Belgian project, rare to… Continue reading Cool Solar Orbiter EUI and PHI images
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IISW 2021 Papers online
Since a few weeks, all IISW 2021 papers are available online on https://imagesensors.org/2021-papers/
Tutorial article published on column ramp AD converters for image sensors
Together with Albert Theuwissen of TU Delft and Harvest Imaging, I wrote a tutorial article on column ramp AD converters. Starting from the basic architecture of ramp converters, the article dives deeper into circuit aspects such as the comparator design, the benefits of counters over latches and the limitations of the architecture . The article… Continue reading Tutorial article published on column ramp AD converters for image sensors
Nice to see that first image – captured by the CMV20000 image sensor inside the rover’s engineering cameras. I can’t wait to see the full resolution pictures. A great milestone for the entire team that developed this chip back at CMOSIS. Who could have thought at that time that this imager would ever end up on… Continue reading On Mars!
MPDI Sensors special issue on IISW 2019 finalized
I took the role of co-editor in-chief of a special issue of MDPI Sensors Journal on the IISW 2019. Fifteen of the best publications of IISW 20219 were invited for an extended paper. Thanks to the commitment of the authors and the work of our co-editors Johannes Solhusvik, Mike Guidash and Rihito Kuroda, it became… Continue reading MPDI Sensors special issue on IISW 2019 finalized