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Join Novumind, Illumina, Artilux, ON Semiconductor and more at the 2019 edition of Image Sensors Americas as they discuss topics from driver monitoring to next generation radar.

Confirmed Sessions Include:

What’s Moving the Industry | This session will examine current technology and trends.  Presentations from experts in image sensor technology, both industry and academic/research will provide an overview for the current technical trends driving the image sensor industry and provide a market update.

Sensor performance and improvement | This session will explore the current capabilities of image sensors and what challenges need to be met in order to improve their precision and performance for various applications

Trends and Challenges | This session will examine the trends that the majority of the industry is focused on 

Advanced Image Sensor Technology | Improving precision and performance, challenges to keep up with the demands of emerging markets

AR/VR

Machine Learning, deep learning. AI etc.

And more….


Speaker presentation titles include: 

Processors for Intelligent Vision Devices with Dr Ren Wu, Founder and CEO, Novumind

Towards Large-Scale, SPAD-Based ToF Imagers for Automotive, Robotic and EdgeAI Applications by Wade Appleman, Vice President  of SensL Divisions, Intelligent Sensing Group, ON Semiconductor

Ge-on-Si ToF Imager Sensor SoC by Neil Na, Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer, Artilux, Inc.

and more!

  • Tracy Fung

    Sr. Staff Engineer, Product Development CMOS Lead Illumina

    Tracy Fung serves as the lead of CMOS Product Development at Illumina. Tracy’s team delivers optical sequencing-on-chip products with a focus on image sensors and imaging systems.  In 2018 Tracy’s team delivered Illumina’s first sequencing-on-chip sensor for the iSeq100 sequencer.  Tracy holds an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and B.S. Electrical Engineering from University of Washington.

  • Neil Na

    Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer Artilux

    Neil Na is the co-founder and Chief Science Officer of Artilux Inc. He received his PhD from the Electrical Engineering Department of Stanford University, USA, in 2008. From 2008 to 2012, he worked as a Research Scientist at Intel Corporation, USA. Subsequently, from 2012 to 2015, he worked as an Assistant Professor at National Tsinghua University, Taiwan. Since 2015, he works as the Chief Science Officer at Artilux Inc., Taiwan and the USA. Dr. Na has published 50+ journal/conference papers and hold 50+ patents worldwide. His research interests include mesoscopic quantum optics, integrated silicon photonics, and 3D image sensing/processing.