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Two Toulouse Workshops Program

Radiation Effects on Optoelectronic Detectors” workshop to be held in Toulouse, France on Nov 27, 2018, publishes its program with many interesting presentations:
  • Radiation Hardness Comparison of CMOS Image Sensor Technologies at High Total Ionizing Dose Levels S. Rizzolo, V. Goiffon, F.Corbière, R. Molina A. Chabane, P. Magnan, ISAE SUPAERO; S. Girard, A. Boukenter, T. Allanche, Univ. Saint-Etienne; P. Paillet, C. Muller, CEA DAM DIF; C. Monsanglant, Louvet, M. Osmond, H. Desjonqueres, IRSN; J-R Macé, New AREVA; P. Burnichon, J-P Baudu, OPTSYS; S. Plumeri, ANDRA
  • CIS113 Ionising Radiation Tolerance
    P. Turner, W. Hubbard, T. Lemon, Teledyne-E2V
  • Total Ionizing Dose Radiation Induced Dark Current Random Telegraph Signal in Pinned Photodiode CMOS Image Sensors
    C. Durnez, Airbus DS (formerly CNES/ISAE SUPAERO/ SOFRADIR); V. Goiffon, S. Rizzolo, P. Magnan, ISAE SUPAERO; C. Virmontois, CNES; P. Paillet, C. Marcandella, CEA DAM DIF; L. Rubaldo, SOFRADIR
  • MTG-FCI Qualification Phase Gamma and Proton Test Results
    R. Simpson, A. Walker, W, Hubbard, Teledyne E2V
  • Effect of Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation one CMOS SPADs for Charged Particle Tracking
    L. Ratti, M. Musacci, C. Vacchi, Univ. Pavia/INFN Pavia; P. Brogi, P.S. Marrocchesi, Univ. Siena/INFN Pisa; G. Collazuol, Univ. Padova/INFN Padova; G.-F. Dalla Betta, A. Ficorella, L. Pancheri Univ. Trento/TIFPA; L. Lodola, STMicroelectronics; F. Morsani, INFN Pisa
  • Radiation Testing of the CIS115 CMOS Sensor for the JANUS Camera on ESA’s JUICE Mission
    M. Soman, D.-D. Lofthouse-Smith, C. Crews, E. Allanwood, A. Holland, K. Stefanov, M. Leese, The Open University; P. Turner, J. Pratlong, Teledyne-E2V
  • Dose and Single Event Effects on Color CMOS Camera for Space Exploration
    C. Virmontois, J.-M. Belloir, A. Bardoux, CNES; M. Beaumel, A. Vriet, SODERN; N. Perrot, C. Sellier, J. Bezine, D. Gambart, D. Blain, E. Garci-Sanchez, W. Mouallem, 3DPLUS
  • Radiation Effects in Pinned Photodiode CMOS Image Sensors: Variation of Photodiode Implant Dose
    J.-M. Belloir, C. Virmontois, A. Materne, A. Bardoux, CNES; V. Goiffon, M. Estribeau, P. Magan, ISAE SUPAERO
  • Radiation Induced Leakage Current in CMOS Image Sensor Floating Diffusion
    A. Le Roch, V. Goiffon, S. Rizzolo, F. Pace, C. Durnez, P. Magnan, ISAE SUPAERO; C. Virmontois, J.-M. Belloir, CNES; P. Paillet, CEA DAM DIF
  • Random telegraph signal investigation in different CMOS SPAD layout
    D. Fiore, F. Di Capua, M. Campajola, Univ. Calabria, INFN Cosenza
  • Neutron Irradiation of CCDs and Characterisation using Trap Pumping
    N. Bush, The Open University
  • Experimental Measurements of Damage Factors in Silicon Devices: Comparisons with NIEL
    T. Nuns, C. Inguimbert, S. Soonckindt, ONERA; B. Dryer, T. Buggey, The Open University; C. Poivey, ESA
  • NIEL Scaling Approach Reliability
    C. Inguimbert, T. Nuns, ONERA
  • A Comparison of p-channel and n-channel CCD Technologies Following Cryogenic Proton Irradiation
    A Holland, N Bush, B Dryer, D Hall, The Open University; P. Jerram, Teledyne-E2V
  • Investigating Differences in End-of-life Performance and Defects Properties of PLATO CCDs: Warm versus Cold Proton Irradiation
    T. Prod’homme, P. Verhoeve, F. Lemmel, H. Smit, S. Blommaert, C. Van der Luijt, I. Visser, T. Beaufort, Y. Levillain, B. Shortt, ESA
  • Modelling of Luminescence Induced by Proton Irradiation in HgCdTe Infrared Detector Array in Space Environment
    T. Pichon, S. Mouzali, O. Boulade, O. Limousin, CEA Dap; G. Badano, A. Ferron, O. Gravrand, CEA LETI
  • High-energy electrons impact on Sofradir NGP and Teledyne H1RG IR MCT arrays for JUICE/MAJIS instrument
    P. Guiot, M. Vincendon, Y. Langevin, A. Carapelle, J. Carter, IAS
  • Live Readout of the Device Under Test for Proton Irradiation Dosimetry During the First Space Component Proton Irradiations with the MC40 Accelerator at Birmingham
    M. Soman, N. Bush, R. Adlard, X. Meng, A. Holland, The Open University; T. Price, Univ. Birmingham

Ultra-Violet Detectors and Instruments” workshop in Toulouse to be held on November 28, too features a nice agenda:
  • UV Detector Development at Teledyne-e2v
    P. Jerram, Teledyne-E2V
  • Space-grade 3Kx3K Backside Illuminated CMOS Image Sensor for EUV Observation of the Sun
    S.Gissot, B. Giordanengo, A. BenMoussa, Royal Observatory of Belgium; G. Meynants, M. Koch, AMS CMOSIS; U. Schühle, Max Planck Institut; A. Gottwald, C. Laubis, U. Kroth, F. Scholze, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesansalt
  • Classical Frontside Illuminated CMOS and CCD Image Sensors are Suitable for Visible Light Imaging
    D.Van Aken, and B. Dierickx, Caeleste
  • Spatial Resolution and Noise Characteristics of Intensified Active Pixel Sensor Cameras for Vacuum Ultraviolet Imaging
    L. Teriaca, U. Schuehle, R. Aznar Cuadrado, K. Heerlein, M. Uslenghi, Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research
  • Photonis Ultraviolet Detectors
    E. Kernen, Photonis
  • The FUV Detector for the WSO-UV Field Camera Unit
    L. Diez, SENER; A. I. Gómez de Castro, UCM
  • Compact and Lightweight MCP Detector Development for UV Space Missions
    L. Conti, J. Barnstedt, L. Hanke, C. Kalkuhl, N. Kappelmann, T. Rauch, B. Stelzer, K. Werner, IAAT Universität Tübingen; H.-R. Elsener, Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology; K. Meyer, D. M. Schaadt, Institute of Energy Research and Physical Technologies, Clausthal University of Technology
  • The New Oxide Paradigm for Solid State Ultraviolet Photodetectors
    D. J. Rogers, P. Bove, V.E. Sandana, F.H. Teherani, Nanovation; L. Dame, M. Meftah, J.F. Mariscal, CNRS LATMOS; M. Razeghi, R. McClintock, Centre for Quantum Devices ECE department; E. Frisch, S. Harel, Ofil Systems
  • What is New about Nitrides for UV Detection one Decade Years after the Last Studies in Europe?
    J.-L. Reverchon, III-V Lab; J.-Y. Duboz, CNRS-CRHEA
  • AlGaN Photodetectors for the Ultraviolet Regime
    R. Rehm, R. Driad , L. Hahn, S. Leone, T. Passow, F. Rutz, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF
  • 4H-SiC-based UV Photodiodes for Space Applications
    L. Ottaviani, O. Palais, IM2P3; M. Lazar, AMPERE; A. Lyoussi, CEA/DEN/CAD/DER/SPEx; E. Kalinina, A. Lebedev, IOFFE Institute
  • The POLLUX UV spectropolarimeter for the LUVOIR mission project
    C. Neiner, LESIA; J.-C. Bouret; E. Muslimov, LAM; H. Ouslimani, TAS
  • Ultra-violet polarimetry for Pollux
    M. Le Gal, C. Neiner, LESIA; A. López Ariste, CNRS IRAP; M. Pertenaisa DLR
  • UV Space Instrumentation at CSL: from the IMAGE FUV Spectrographic Imager to POLLUX
    R. Desselle, S. Habraken, J. Loicq, Centre Spatial de Liège
  • The Cosmic Evolution Through Ultraviolet Spectroscopy (CETUS) NASA Probe Mission Concept
    W. Danchi, L Purves, NASA GSFC; S. Heap, NASA GSFC Emerita R. Woodruff, Woodruff Consulting; A. Hull, Kendrick Aerospace Consulting LLC and Univ. New Mexico; S. Kendrick, Kendrick Aerospace Consulting LLC
  • SUAVE: a disruptive far UV telescope for long lasting performances in Space
    L. Damé, M. Meftah, N. Rouanet, P. Gilbert, CNRS LATMOS; P. Etcheto, J. Berthon, CNES
  • Space UV Lidars for Earth Observation: from Design to Flight Demonstration
    G. de Villèle, B. Corselle, J. Lochard, O. Saint-Pé, AIRBUS DS
  • Sentinel-4 and -5: Monitoring Earth’s Environment in the UV from Low-Earth and from Geostationary Space Orbits
    H. Candeias, A. Haerter, S. Riedl, C. Keim, S. Weiss; R. Maurer, R. Greinacher, AIRBUS DS
  • UV Instrument Development Activities for Space Weather Monitoring
    I. Biswas, Rhea System GmbH, ESA/ESOC
  • CUTE CubeSat Mission
    S. A. Gopinathan, L. Fossati, Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences; K. France, B. Fleming, Arika Egan, Univ. of Colorado; J.-M. Desert, Univ. of Amsterdam; T. Koskinen, Univ. of Arizona; P. Petit, OMP; A. Vidotto, Trinity College Dublin
  • High-Resolution FUV Spectroscopy in a Cubesat package
    M. Beasley, Southwest Research Institute; R. McEntaffer, Pennsylvania State University
  • The Venus Spectrometry in UltraViolet (VeSUV) Instrument on-Board the ESA/M5 EnVision mission
    G. Guignan, N. Rouanet, E. Marcq, CNRS LATMOS
  • ULTRASAT – a wide-angle UV space telescope to capture transients
    J. Topaz, E. Waxman, M. Soumagniac, E. Ofek, O. Lapid, O. Aharonson, A. Gal-Yann, N. Ganot, Weizmann Institute of Science, S. Ben-Ami, Harvard- Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics
  • SOLAR/SOLSPEC UV spectrometer. Lessons learned from the 9-year SOLAR mission
    D. Bolsée, N. Pereira, G. Cessateur, IASB-BIRA; M. Meftah, L. Damé, S. Bekki, A. Irbah, A. Hauchecorne, LATMOS; D. Sluse, ULG
  • Design and properties of the gratings of POLLUX, the UV high-resolution spectropolarimeter for LUVOIR
    E. Muslimov, J.-C. Bouret, LAM; C. Neiner, LESIA; H. Ouslimani, TAS
  • Instrument model for POLLUX
    S. Lombardo LAM; the POLLUX consortium
  • The computer-based simulator of the far UV detector implemented in the field Camera Unit on board the WSO-UV space telescope
    P. Marcos-Arenal, A. I Gómez de Castro, UCM

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