Special Issue "Special Issue on the 2017 International Image Sensor Workshop (IISW)"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2017).
Interests: CCD and CMOS image sensors; pinned photodiodes; pixel; 1/f and RTS noise; global shutter and rolling shutter sensors; high dynamic range imaging; time-of-flight imagers; X-ray imagers, astronomy and space imaging; photon counting; novel image sensor concepts
Interests: CMOS image sensors; infrared ROICs; X-ray sensors; low noise readouts; image sensor ADC architecture; stacked sensors; global shutter sensors; pixel design; pixel process/device simulation; HDR sensor design
The International Image Sensor Workshop (IISW) is the world’s largest technology forum, fully devoted to image sensor design and research. The workshop papers span across a wide range of imaging devices: From small pixel mobile image sensors to large format X-ray and astronomy imagers, from sensors for high end scientific applications to low-cost mass produced stacked sensors, from time-resolving and photon counting imagers to rad-hard sensors for space applications.
This Special Issue provides the expanded versions of 20 invited papers from the workshop covering novel and innovative approaches in image sensors, as well as state-of-the-art incremental improvements on known techniques.
Other paper submissions are strictly limited to IISW 2017 participants.Mr. Vladimir Koifman
Prof. Dr. Shoji Kawahito
Dr. Guy Meynants
Dr. Daniel Van Blerkom
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- CMOS Sensor
- CMOS Pixel
- 1/f Noise
- Flicker Noise
- RTS Noise
- Dark current
- Conversion gain
- Photon counting
- Single photon detection
- Global shutter
- Rolling shutter