OP1Session 1 - OPTRO2016: Design of infrared systems / Quantum IR imagingNew training
Engineers and scientists, users or designers of infrared systems who feel the need for a better understanding of the inside working parameters and specifications
Engineers and scientists whishing to understand the functioning of IR FPAs in order to optimize the use and/or the optical design around the IR retina
- Understand the fundamental aspects of infrared systems design.
- Understand the quantum IR imaging issues both from a performance and technological point of view.
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Electro-optical systems, infrared detectors
Quantum detection, photodiodes
Fundamentals in the design of infrared systems - Room1: 9h00-12h15
Isabelle Ribet, Associate Professor at Institut d'Optique Graduate School, Palaiseau, France
Main optical constituents of an infrared system: infrared scene, atmosphere, optics, detector
Basic rules in infrared system design, using criteria such as NETD (noise equivalent temperature difference, MRTD (minimum resolvable temperature difference) …
A wide introduction to quantum IR imaging - Room1: 14h00-17h15
Olivier Gravrand, Senior Scientist at CEA LETI IR Group, Grenoble, France
Large overview of detection structures usually used for quantum detection (from PC to PV)
A special focus on the photodiode
Evolution of IR detection structures (1st and 2nd generation)
Expected future generation of IR focal plane arrays
Next session: date to be defined
February 01, 2016 to February 01, 2016 OP1 | Session 1 - OPTRO2016: Design of infrared systems / Quantum IR imaging OCDE, Paris
- Isabelle Ribet - Senior scientist at Onera, professor associated with Institut d'Optique
- Olivier Gravrand -