IEEE SWISS SSC Distinguished Lecture (WEBINAR) / An Organic-Photoconductive-Film CMOS Image Sensor’s Advanced Technologies

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Dear Members,

We hope all of you are doing well and healthy.

As of 25th of March 2021, our Swiss Solid State Circuit Society chapter is please to host Kazuko Nishimura, Manager in the Technology Innovation Division (Corporate R&D Division), at Panasonic.

The video conferencing link will be provided on the day to registred attendees.

The topic of the lecture is : " An Organic-Photoconductive-Film CMOS Image Sensor’s Advanced Technologies "

Please Join at 10:00 AM [CET] mute your headset or microphone.

We make a group picture in the begining for society report.

For the Q&A make sure to have your headset or a proper microphone.

The Agenda is as follow:

10:00 - 10:05 Welcome participants Teleconference set-up

10:05 - 10:50 Lecture

10:50 - 11:15 Questions / Discussion

We look forward meeting you and having fruitful discussion.

Kind regards,

Mathieu Coustans for your IEEE Switzerland Solid State Circuit Society committee.



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  • Starts 03 January 2021 07:08 PM
  • Ends 24 March 2021 11:00 PM
  • All times are Europe/Zurich
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  Speakers

Kazuko Nishimura

Kazuko Nishimura of Panasonic Corporation

Topic:

An Organic-Photoconductive-Film CMOS Image Sensor’s Advanced Technologies

We have developed a CMOS image sensor with an organic photoconductive film (OPF) laminated on pixel circuits, different from those of a conventional silicon image sensors, in which the organic thin film for photoelectric conversion and the charge storage part for signal charge accumulation are completely independent. In this presentation, we focus on the advantageous features of the OPF image sensor;

[1] technology that realizes over 120 dB simultaneous-capture wide dynamic range;

[2] global shutter technology achieving high saturation signals per unit square that is 10 dB higher than that of silicon image sensors with the global shutter function, without sacrificing pixel area;

[3] RGB-NIR sensor technology capable of controlling NIR sensitivity by simply controlling the voltage applied to the OPF. Moreover, we introduce about 8K4K high resolution sensor technologies with 60fps high frame rate, 450ke- high saturation signals, and the global shutter function at the same time.

We believe these features of the OPF image sensor will contribute to leaps in the imaging and sensing fields.

Biography:

Kazuko Nishimura received her B.E. degree in mechanical engineering from Osaka University, Japan, in 1995. She has since been engaged in the research and development of high-speed ADCs, optical transceivers and image sensors. Currently she is the manager in the Technology Innovation Division (Corporate R&D Division), Panasonic Corporation. Her technical focus  is in the advanced CMOS image sensor circuit and system development.

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