News - 22 Dec 2015
Making an incredibly fast photodetector is one thing, but actually measuring its speed is another.
Graduate student Haining Wang came up with an inventive way of measuring the...
News - 12 Jun 2013
At this week’s International Image Sensor Workshop (IISW 2013, Snowbird, US, June 12-16 2013), imec and Holst Centre present a large-area fully-organic photodetector array fabricated on a...
News - 16 Feb 2012
A research team led by Yong-Hang Zhang from the Arizona State University is involved in the development of novel ways using nanoscale materials for optimizing infrared photodetector technology used in...
News - 3 Feb 2012
A research team comprising Leonhard Prechtel and Leonhard Prechtel from the Technische Universitaet Muenchen’s Walter Schottky Institut has devised a method to improve the time resolution down...
News - 4 Jan 2012
Researchers at the Fraunhofer applied research organization in Europe have developed a lateral drift field photodetector (LDPD) for CMOS chips.
CMOS sensors are being widely used in digital...
News - 27 Jun 2011
NikkoIA, a start up based out of Grenoble, has inked an exclusive global license agreement with Seimens. The contract will allow NikkoIA to use Seimens’ photodetector technology for...
News - 30 Dec 2010
Positron,a global molecular imaging firm with wide expertise in nuclear cardiology, has proclaimed that their company has acquired two U.S. patents for their proprietary quantum photodetectors....
News - 28 Jul 2010
A trend-setter in the production of sensors, machine vision, safety systems and automatic identification products for Factories and Logistics Automation, SICK, has introduced a new array sensor named...
News - 16 Mar 2010
PowerSafe Technology Corporation, through its subsidiary Amplification Technologies Inc. (ATI), has tied up with El-Gev Electronics Ltd. to distribute and market the entire range of discrete...
Reinventing Vibrometry-QTec® is a laser vibrometry that enables high-fidelity measurements on all surfaces through the highest quality signals.