Presentation will begin: Thursday, July 21, 2022 - 10:25 AM EDT
Presented by: Martin H. Ettenberg, Princeton Infrared Technologies
Shortwave infrared (SWIR) imagers have evolved significantly in the last five years as high resolution and smaller pitch have become available. These improvements have come in addition to the development of newer materials and the availability of wider wavelength ranges, which allow many more use cases for SWIR devices, including in linear and area arrays and cameras. Ettenberg provides an overview of the current state of the art in SWIR technology and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the various technologies in different applications. These technologies will have wider-ranging system effects that users should be aware of before purchasing a SWIR detector/camera.
About the presenter
Martin H. Ettenberg, Ph.D., is CEO and founder of Princeton Infrared Technologies Inc., a company dedicated to the commercialization of NIR/SWIR detection technologies. He has developed SWIR detectors for over 20 years, including previous experience at Sensors Unlimited Inc. and Goodrich Corp.
Ettenberg graduated with master’s and doctorate degrees from the University of Virginia Department of Materials Science and Engineering. He also received a bachelor’s degree in materials science and engineering from Cornell University.
About the sponsor(s)
- Princeton Infrared Technologies Inc. - Specialists in InGaAs imaging technology. Focus on design and manufacture of SWIR cameras, and 1D/2D imaging arrays. Products are created in a fabless environment under strict testing and quality control guidelines, providing detectors that image in the VIS, NIR, and SWIR wavelengths. No ITAR export restrictions.
- First Light Imaging - First Light Imaging designs and manufactures state-of-the-art scientific cameras that combine extreme sensitivity and very high speed for both visible and infrared spectra (SWIR), around cutting-edge sensors (EMCCD, CMOS, e-APD and InGaAs). First Light Imaging cameras are suited to various applications such as adaptive optics, astronomy, life science, industry, and surveillance.
- Specim, Spectral Imaging Ltd. - Manufacturer of hyperspectral imaging instruments and systems. Scalability of products and technology allows customers to improve performance and develop solutions with quick turnaround time and requires less need for technical skills.