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Albert Theuwissen Reviews ISSCC 2019 – Part 3

Albert Theuwissen continues his ISSCC presentations review. The third part covers University of Toronto in cooperation with Synopsys and FBK presentation “Dual-tap pipelined-code-memory coded-exposure pixel CMOS image sensor for multi-exposure single-frame computational imaging” by Navid Sarhangnejad, Nikola Katic, Zhengfan Xia, Mian Wei, Nikita Gusev, Gairik Dutta, Rahul Gulve, Harel Haim, Manuel Moreno Garcia, David Stoppa, Kiriakos N. Kutulakos, and Roman Genov:

Panasonic presentation "A 400x400-Pixel 6μm-Pitch Vertical Avalanche Photodiodes (VAPD) CMOS Image Sensor Based on 150ps-fast Capacitive Relaxation Quenching (RQ) in Geiger Mode for Synthesis of Arbitrary Gain Images" by Yutaka Hirose, Shinzo Koyama, Toru Okino, Akito Inoue, Shigeru Saito, Yugo Nose, Motonori Ishii, Seiji Yamahira, Shigetaka Kasuga, Mitsuyoshi Mori, Tatsuya Kabe, Kentaro Nakanishi, Manabu Usuda, Akihiro Odagawa, and Tsuyoshi Tanaka:

University of Edinburgh, ST, and Heriot-Watt University present “A 246×256 40nm/90nm CMOS 3D-stacked 120dB dynamic range reconfigurable time resolved SPAD imager” by Robert K. Henderson, Nick Johnston, Sam W. Hutchings, Istvan Gyongy, Tarek Al Abbas, Neale Dutton, Max Tyler, Susan Chan, and Jonathan Leach:

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