2019-01-09 11:58:39(2019.1.14)#TALK Latest developments of time-correlated single-photon counting

#TALK Latest developments of time-correlated single-photon counting - the new applications & challenges


#Time January 14, 2019 Monday 13:30—15:00

#Venue R108,1F Engineering Building 4, NCTU

#Speaker Dr. David Li
Senior Lecturer in Electronics and Photonics,
Centre for Biophotonics, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

#Host Prof. Tzu-Hsien Sang 桑梓賢 / Inst. of Electronics, NCTU

Rapid advances in semiconductor manufacturing have allowed single-photon sensors to be packed in 2D arrays. With such innovative sensors, scientists are able to track how light propagates and to reveal unknown biological processes. The applications of these devices include biomedical imaging, 3D ranging, driver-less vehicles or time-resolved spectroscopy. However, such advanced imaging systems also bring unprecedented challenges in data storage and data analytics. How could we deal with such challenges with innovative computational techniques and what opportunities will be promised through these new techniques?