Deep Insights into CMOS Sensors

Features, possibilities, limitations and optimization of CMOS sensors

4th and 5th October 2017

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Albert Theuwissen

 

CMOS image sensors can be found in many applications, ranging from consumer to professional.  And actually over time, more applications with solid-state imagers will be added.  That means that more engineers are going to be exposed to the solid-state imaging technology.
This course is intended to make the newcomers in the field familiar with the ins and outs of CMOS image sensor technology.  The two day training is held by the imaging-expert Dr. Albert Theuwissen in English. After a short introduction the course will focus on the general working principles of the CMOS imagers as well as on the detailed description of the pixel structure.  Main question will be: what can be done with these pixels and what are the practical limits?

Next the general imaging characteristics will be discussed as their dark current, anti-blooming, global shutter, rolling shutter, several fixed-pattern as well as temporal noise sources.  At the end of the course, a specification of an existing CMOS image sensor will be analyzed.  To make the course as interactive as possible, participants can bring their own sensor specification that can be analyzed and discussed in the class room.

Find detailed information about this training here.

Goals

  • The advantages and disadvantages of current CMOS image sensor technology
  • The general imaging characteristics with their dark current, anti-blooming, global shutter, rolling shutter, several fixed pattern as well as temporal noise sources
  • A specification analysis of an existing CMOS image sensor with strong practical approach

Target Group

Technical minded imaging experts and engineers who are involved in CMOS Sensor projects and opportunities and who need more in-depth information about deployment, bug fixing and optimization.

Fees

1490,00 € (plus VAT) per Person,
incl. trainings documentation, lunch and coffee breaks. 

Date and venue

4th October - 9 am to 5 pm
5th October - 9 am to 5 pm

FRAMOS Office Taufkirchen:
Mehlbeerenstr. 2, 4th floor 82024 Taufkirchen

Seats are limited and available on a first come, first served basis. If you‘re interested in a participation, we would be grateful for your application latest till April 5th.

Registration

Yes, I would like to participate at the following FRAMOS training:
Deep insights into CMOS sensors, with Prof. Dr. Albert Theuwissen

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