Special Issue "Recent Advances in CMOS Image Sensor"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 25 February 2023 | Viewed by 2901
The CMOS image sensor has evolved from an image acquisition device to having sensing capabilities. Continuous innovations have seen advancements and improvements in areas including pixel size, read noise, readout speed, efficiency, time resolution, power consumption, and stacking structure. These enable various kinds of applications, such as high-dynamic-range, time-of-flight, single-photon counting, augmented reality/virtual reality, biomedical imaging, and many others. CMOS image sensors exist in a diverse variety of products in our everyday life, from consumer electronics such as mobile phones and digital cameras to automotive, security, medical, and others. These are expected to continuously grow with advanced performance and new functionalities. This Special Issue aims at highlighting the recent developments in CMOS image sensor technology and applications.
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Circuit and pixel designs of CMOS image sensor;
- Low noise;
- High-dynamic range;
- Global shutter;
- High-speed imagers;
- Photon-counting imagers;
- Computational and biomedical imaging;
- Microscopy and spectroscopy;
- Emerging applications.
Dr. De Xing Lioe
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