The Image Sensors and Imaging Systems conference hosted at Electronic Imaging

San Francisco

Image Sensors and Imaging Systems conference

Conference history and introduction

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The Imaging Sensors and Imaging Systems conference (IMSE) started in 2014 evolving from the 14 year old run of the "Sensors, Cameras, and Systems for Industrial/Scientific Applications Conference" held last at EI 2013.

Solid state optical sensors and solid state cameras have established themselves as the imaging systems of choice for many demanding professional applications such as automotive, space, medical, scientific and industrial applications. The advantages of low-power, low-noise, high-resolution, high-geometric fidelity, broad spectral sensitivity, and extremely high quantum efficiency have led to a number of revolutionary uses.

Why we are different

This conference aims at being a place of exchanges and at giving the opportunity to a quick publication of new works in the areas of solid state detectors, solid state cameras, new optical concepts and novel applications. To encourage young talent, a best student paper contest will be organized.

The program mixes talks from the industry, talks from the academia, state-of-the-art presentations by invited keynote speakers and short introductory talks. It is combined with several short courses, social events, plenary sessions, demonstration sessions and poster sessions.

The conference also mixes highly advanced research talks with introductory talks so that researchers, students and engineers all find the level that they need. Some of the conference sessions are combined with introductory talks and large questions and discussions sessions so that the audience comes out of the conference will all the explanations that they need.

Being part of Electronic Imaging also means that attendees to our conference can also attend other similar conferences in the same place and the same week with which we try to have minimum overlap. It includes conferences about image quality, photography and mobile imaging, 3D imaging, color, displays and many others.

The conference is also organized at the same time as SPIE's Photonics West and at a nearby location so that the participants to our conference can also attend a day on the Photonics West show.

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About Electronic Imaging

For over 30 years, the Electronic Imaging Symposium (EI) has been serving those in the broad community—from academia and industry—who work on imaging science and digital technologies. The scope of the Symposium includes the entire imaging science ecosystem, from capture (sensors, cameras) through image processing (image quality, color, and appearance) to how humans and machines see and interpret traditional and multi-dimensional images and videos.

The symposium has been held in San Jose, Burlingame and San Francisco and is now back in Burlingame (near San Francisco airport). It is a collection of conferences and social events related to Electronic Imaging all under the same roof.

Electronic Imaging has been organized together with SPIE's Photonics West for many years and is not an independent conference organized in the same area and at the same time as Photonics West.

All published papers of Electronic Imaging are now available in open access.

About IS&T

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The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) is an international professional non-profit dedicated to keeping members and other imaging professionals apprised of the latest developments in the field through conferences, educational programs, publications, and its website. IS&T programs encompass all aspects of the imaging workflow, which moves from capture (sensors, cameras) through image processing (image quality, color, and materialization) to hard and soft copy output (printing, displays, image permanence), and include aspects related to human vision, such as image quality and color. The Society also focuses on a wide range of image-related applications, including security, virtual reality, machine vision, and data analysis.

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