Berlin 2018 – wissenschaftliches Programm
AIW 1.2: Hauptvortrag
Mittwoch, 14. März 2018, 15:30–16:00, E 020
Cameras for the physical experiments of tomorrow — •Roman Kemmler — greateyes Gmbh, Berlin, Germany
Imaging and spectroscopy are widely used methods to reveal both known and unknown phenomena in physics, chemistry, biology, material science, forensic, and other subjects. Applications in science and industry are manifold. Any detector as part of an optical system (microscope, spectroscope, * )plays a crucial role for the quality and significance of the measurement result. Improvements on its resolution, quantum efficiency, system noise, or vacuum compatibility can have a great impact.
greateyes - a spin-off from Humboldt University of Berlin - develops, manufactures, and markets scientific high-performance cameras for low light applications from the X-ray to the NIR region with a focus on the non-visible range. The talk intends to give a brief insight in the physical, electrical and even mechanical challenges when optimising detectors for cutting-edge physical experiments. The company's SuperResolution product innovation is given as an example. Furthermore high-repetition-rate spectroscopy and photoluminescence imaging of as-cut wafers are being discussed.
Founded in 2008, greateyes quickly developed into an international acting company. Today it has strong customers in research and industry all around the globe.