Special Issue "The International SPAD Sensor Workshop"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2018)
Dr. David Stoppa
Advanced Optical Solutions division, ams AG, Rueschlikon, Switzerland
The scope of the workshop is as follows (issw.epfl.ch):
The International SPAD Sensor Workshop focuses on the study, modeling, design, fabrication, and characterization of SPAD sensors. The workshop welcomes all researchers, practitioners, and educators interested in SPADs, SPAD imagers, and associated applications, not only in imaging but also in other fields. The first edition of the workshop will gather experts in all areas of SPADs and SPAD-related applications in the Swiss Alps, where over 20 invited speakers will animate three days of study, information dissemination, and debates. Authentic alpine activities will complete the event, which will take place in a spectacular setting. The workshop is supported by the International Image Sensor Society (IISS).
Prof. Dr. Edoardo Charbon
Dr. Alberto Tosi
Dr. Alberto Gola
Dr. David Stoppa
Prof. Dr. Robert Henderson
Dr. Claudio Bruschini
Manuscript Submission Information
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