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Day One - Tuesday 10 May 2022
Registration and Refreshments
IMAGE SENSOR MANUFACTURING TRENDS AND BUSINESS UPDATES
Emerging from the global semiconductor shortage, what is the near-term outlook of the CIS industry?
Sony's contribution to the smarter industry - technology trends and future prospects for imaging and sensing devices
Insight into design and technology progress at SmartSens*
Networking break
TECHNOLOGY FUTURES – LOOKING OUTSIDE THE BOX
Efficiently detecting photon energy. The spin out from astronomy to industry has been paradigm shifting in the past – will this happen again?
Angular dependency of light sensitivity and parasitic light sensitivity
Augmented reality – the next frontier of image sensors and compute systems
Networking Lunch
PRODUCT VIABILITY, FUNCTIONALITY & APPLICATIONS: GLOBAL SHUTTER AND HDR
Sensing solutions for in cabin monitoring
Global shutter sensors with single-exposure high dynamic range*
High resolution 4K HDR image sensors for security, VR/AR, automotive, and other emerging applications
Networking break
Bringing colour night vision and HDR image sensors to consumers and professionals
PRODUCT VIABILITY, FUNCTIONALITY & APPLICATIONS: MULTISPECTRAL IMAGING
Spectral sensing for mobile devices
Making infrared imaging more accessible with quantum dots
Chair's closing remarks
Networking drinks reception
End of day one
Day Two - Wednesday 11 May 2022
Registration and Refreshments
LATEST STANDARDS FOR THE CHARACTERISATION OF IS AND CAMERAS
PRODUCT VIABILITY, FUNCTIONALITY AND APPLICATIONS: DEPTH SENSING
Design, characterisation and application of indirect time-of-flight sensor for machine vision*
Addressing the challenges in sustainability and security with low-power depth sensing
Dr Sara Pellegrini, Advanced Photonic Pixel Architect, STMicroelectronics
Cedric Tubert, System Architect Leader for Time-of-Flight Products, STMicroelectronics
 
Establishing LiDAR standards for safe level 3 automated driving
Modelling and realisation of a SPAD-based LIDAR image sensor for space applications
Ultra Low-Power direct Time-of-Flight 3D sensing technology for consumer applications
Networking break
CONSUMER, INDUSTRIAL AND SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS
Low-power Always-on Camera (AoC) architecture with AP-centric clock and 2-way communications **
Resolution of cinesensors: why higher resolution does not always improve image quality
Networking Lunch
Latest developments in high-speed imaging for industrial and scientific applications
Event-based sensors – from promise to products
Development of OPD innovative application, such as fingerprint behind display or standalone biometry solutions
Photon counting CT with silicon detectors*
Chair's closing remarks
End of conference
Masterclass (Online)
Recent Developments in the CIS world
Date - 4 May 2022
Time - 16:00-19.30 BST / 15:00-20.30 CEST /12:00-15:00 EDT (3 Hours)
Ticket price - £349 + VAT

Join Albert Theuwissen as he takes a look back of the developments over the last 12 months that took place in the CMOS image sensor world.  The masterclass will offer critical comments on published papers , conference presentations and data-sheets.  In many cases the information made available to the general public contains a lot of rubbish and data that looks way too positive.  Albert will analyse the figures and numbers announced and will compare them to data available from other companies.  A real, unbiased benchmark of performance data will be given in the workshop.

**Please note this masterclass will not be available on-demand**
Albert Theuwissen | Founder, Harvest Imaging
Masterclass (Online)
Recent Developments in the CIS world
Date - 3 May 2022
Time - 08:00–11:30 BST / 09:00-12.30 CEST (3 Hours)
Ticket price - £349 + VAT

Join Albert Theuwissen as he takes a look back of the developments over the last 12 months that took place in the CMOS image sensor world.  The masterclass will offer critical comments on published papers , conference presentations and data-sheets.  In many cases the information made available to the general public contains a lot of rubbish and data that looks way too positive.  Albert will analyse the figures and numbers announced and will compare them to data available from other companies.  A real, unbiased benchmark of performance data will be given in the workshop.

**Please note this masterclass will not be available on-demand**
Albert Theuwissen | Founder, Harvest Imaging

*Remote presentation
** Pre-Recorded Presentation

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