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Optical Sensing [clear filter]
Thursday, June 27
 

10:00am PDT

OS1: Computational Sensors: What’s After Pixel Pushing?
Video traffic is the major contributor to the growth of both wireline and wireless IP traffic, including the Video IoT. 5G and Multi-Access Edge Computing bring processing to the network edge, but developers have another option, computation sensing, which evolves beyond pixel pushing. This session covers computational sensors, applications, and technologies, with an emphasis on the system-level benefits from fusing sensors, processing, and software. This session provides definitions, use cases, market outlook, trends, and drivers/inhibitors.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Hoffman

Joe Hoffman

Director, Wireless Connectivity & Machinomics, SAR Insight
Joe is Director, Wireless Connectivity & Machinomics research at SAR, charting the emerging strategies and shifting value chains of The Machine Economy. Joe crafts his unique research with a perspective gained from sitting on all sides of the strategy table: engineer, product manager... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am PDT
Meeting Room 211CD

11:00am PDT

OS2: Derivative Optical Technologies: Potential of Integrated Photonics Beyond Telecom
Optical (on-chip) telecommunication led the development of ever more mature, mainly Si-based, integrated photonic technology platforms. This session introduces a targeted diversion of these platforms to enable wave-based sensing and actuation in (quasi-)optical domain. It demonstrates novel systems for Life-Sciences, Flat optics, Imaging, Spectroscopy, Optical beam forming for LiDAR or THz RaDAR, that redefine the typical trade-offs between form factor, performance and price point.

Speakers
avatar for Xavier Rottenberg

Xavier Rottenberg

Scientific Director, imec
Dr. Xavier Rottenberg obtained the M.S. degree in Phys. Eng. and the DEA in Theor. Physics from the “Université Libre de Bruxelles” in 1998 and 1999, respectively. He obtained in 2008 his PhD degree in Elec. Eng. from the KULeuven. He developed novel retrieval algorithms for... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am PDT
Meeting Room 211CD

1:30pm PDT

OS3: Photometric Measurement Development Challenges & System Considerations: A Case Study in Liquid Analysis
Liquid sensing and analysis applications using optical methods, including those based on absorbance, fluorescence, luminescence, and backscatter, share several common challenges. System develop encompasses mechanical, optical, electrical, and software integration with the need for rapid prototyping. Technical challenges and mitigations techniques such as ambient light rejection, noise reduction, and calibration are presented. This session discusses how these concerns were addressed during the development of a photometric measurement platform and how the concepts can be extended to varied applications in environmental measurement, safety, and smart buildings.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Braunworth

Daniel Braunworth

Segment Manager, Analog Devices
Daniel Braunworth is the segment manager for Analog Devices’ Scientific Instruments business, a key segment of ADI’s Instrumentation business. Daniel has an electrical engineering degree from Oregon State University and has been leading and developing marketing strategies in the... Read More →
avatar for Mark Thoren

Mark Thoren

System Design Engineer, Analog Devices
Mark Thoren joined Analog Devices (Linear Technology at the time) in 2001 as an applications engineer supporting precision data converters. He's since held various roles in mixed-signal applications involving training, technical publications, and customer support. Mark recently joined... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm PDT
Meeting Room 211CD

2:30pm PDT

OS4: Innovations in Spectral Sensing
Spectroscopy applications have typically been reserved for markets where large capital expenditures of expensive lab equipment are necessary for daily operations. In recent years, innovations in miniaturizing sensor technology has opened up new market opportunities for spectroscopic applications. Cost & size of equipment has been reduced where today, a handheld spectrometer provides nearly the same measurement capabilities as expensive benchtop laboratory equipment. This session examines recent innovations in spectroscopy, new use cases never before realized, from farmers analyzing grains to pharmaceutical companies managing drug fraud within their value chains, and more.

Speakers
avatar for Randy Ryder

Randy Ryder

Director of Marketing, ams AG
Randy Ryder is the Director of Marketing at ams, AG, located in Austria.  His current responsibilities include developing new market opportunities for the company's infrared spectral solutions.  Randy has over 15 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, with focus on bringing... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm PDT
Meeting Room 211CD