IISW 2017 Awards

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IISW 2017 held on May 30-June 2 in Hiroshima, Japan has announced a number of Awards:

2017 Walter Kosonocky Award for the best paper published in 2015-16 goes to

A 0.13 μm CMOS System-on-Chip for a 512 × 424 Time-of-Flight Image Sensor With Multi-Frequency Photo-Demodulation up to 130 MHz and 2 GS/s ADC
Cyrus S. Bamji, Patrick O’Connor, Tamer Elkhatib, Swati Mehta, Barry Thompson, Lawrence A. Prather, Dane Snow, Onur Can Akkaya, Andy Daniel, Andrew D. Payne, Travis Perry, Mike Fenton, and Vei-Han Chan
Microsoft, USA, IEEE JSSC, Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. 303-318, January 2015


Pioneering Achievement Award for Contribution to R&D and commercialization of high-performance and high-resolution CCD image sensors is presented to Tetsuo Yamada:


Exceptional Lifetime Achievement Award Significant Contributions to the Advancement of Solid-State Image Sensors Including the Development Of On-chip Microlens Technology and VOD Structures for anti-blooming is presented to Yasuo Ishihara:


The Best Poster Award goes to:

Fully Depleted, Monolithic Pinned Photodiode CMOS Image Sensor Using Reverse Substrate Bias
Konstantin D. Stefanov, Andrew S. Clarke, James Ivory and Andrew D. Holland. The Open University, UK


Thanks to JN for the docs!

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