セキュリティー＆ディフェンス シンポジウム イメージセンサ 無料セミナー 光科学フォーラムサミット
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赤外線カメラの技術動向と適用事例 材料表面強さがよくわかるMSEセミナー (株)オーテックス 最先端光技術セミナー
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Photonics Market Data-Defense and Security （フォトニクス市場のデータ - ディフェンスとセキュリティ）【英語】
In this presentation, history and examples of research and development of the infrared sensors and detectors in ATLA(Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency), Japan MOD(Ministry of Defense), application to commercial market(spin-off) and future direction will be shown roughly.
Trends in Electro-optic Sensors and Processing（電気光学センサーと処理の動向）【英語】
非冷却赤外線イメージセンサの動向 ＜Trends in uncooled infrared focal plane arrays＞
An uncooled infrared focal plane array (IRFPA), which is a tool for night vision and thermography, is an integrated MEMS device with thermal infrared detectors. It is a typical dual-use device that was developed for defense applications and is expected to expand its commercial market. Since announcement of the first high-performance uncooled IRFPA in 1992, the MEMS technology has been contributing to uncooled IRFPA development by enabling high thermal isolated structures. Although various MEMS-based uncooled IRFPAs have already been proposed until now, only two continue to prosper: resistance bolometer and SOI diode uncooled IRFPAs. The pixel pitch was reduced to 10 µm, and the spatial resolution was increased to a level compatible with the high vision. Although the market size for uncooled IRFPAs today is relatively small, considerable growth is predicted for the next few years, and it is expected to increase to 650 million units in 2025. This talk reviews basics and advances of uncooled IRFPAs, and introduces some emerging applications.
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EO/IR Sensors Research Section, Electronic Systems Research Center, ATLA, JAPAN MOD
Dr. Junichi KUDO is a Technical Official of Japan Ministry of Defense. He is a head of EO/IR Sensors Research Section in Electronic Systems Research Center, ATLA, JMOD. He has a Ph.D in Engineering from University of Tsukuba. He has managed the development of h EO/IR sensors and evaluated their performance during his career.
Christopher R. Valenta
Georgia Tech Research Institute
Affiliation / title
Senior Research Engineer
Associate Division Chief, Electro-optical Systems Innovation Division
Branch Chief, Opto-Electronics Branch
Electro-optical Systems Laboratory
Georgia Tech Research Institute
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Christopher R. Valenta received the Bachelors of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering & Optical Engineering from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and the Masters of Science and PhD in ECE from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is currently a senior research engineer, opto-electronics branch chief, and associate division chief at the Georgia Tech Research Institute Electro-optical Systems Laboratory where his research interests lie within the intersection of electromagnetics, optical, and digital signal processing. Dr. Valenta currently researches active and passive EO/IR/RF systems; hard target and atmospheric LIDAR; microwave-energy harvesting; backscatter radio communication; RFID; and software defined radio. In 2009, he was awarded an ATLANTIS Fellowship and participated in an 18-month research program with the Politecnico di Torino and the Technical University of Munich. Dr. Valenta has also spent time as a visiting scholar at the University of Osaka. He is a frequent reviewer of journals and conference proceedings and active in the IEEE and SPIE. Dr. Valenta is also the winner of the 2015 IEEE Microwave Magazine Best Paper Award, an adjunct faculty member at the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Georgia.
1976年 名古屋大学大学院工学研究科修士課程修了。同年 三菱電機株式会社入社。 2004年 三菱電機株式会社退社。同年 立命館大学理工学部教授。1980年より現在まで赤外線イメージセンサの研究開発に従事。2009年よりJAXAのType-II超格子赤外線センサの開発に参画。電気学会、日本赤外線学会、応用物理学会、IEEE会員、SPIEフェロー。2013〜2014年 日本赤外線学会会長。1988年 市村賞貢献賞、1993年 全国発明表彰内閣総理大臣発明賞、2016年 日本赤外線学会業績賞などを受賞。工学博士（1992年 大阪大学基礎工学部）
Prof. Masaaki Kimata
College of Science and Engineering / Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ritsumeikan University
Masafumi Kimata received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electronic engineering from Nagoya University in 1974 and 1976, respectively, and received the Ph. D. degree in faculty of engineering science from Osaka University in 1992. He joined Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in 1976, where he was involved in research and development of silicon-based infrared focal plane arrays. In 2004, he retired from Mistubishi Electric, and presently, he is a professor of Ristumeikai University, where he continues his research on MEMS-based uncooled infrared focal plane arrays and type-II superlattice infrared focal plane arrays. He was awarded the Ichimura Prize in 1988, the Prime Minister Prize of the Japan National Invention Awards in 1993, and the Achievement Award of the Japan Society of Infrared Science and Technology in 2016. He is a fellow of SPIE and a member of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, the Japan Society of Applied Physics, the Japan Society of Infrared Science and Technology, IEEE.