27th October 2022 Webinar – Tips to Find the Right Optics for Your Image Sensor

30th September 2022

Date: Thursday, October 27, 2022
Time: 11:00 AM ET / 10:00 AM CT / 8:00 AM PT / 3:00 PM GMT
Duration: 1 hour

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Finding the perfect match between an image sensors and optics is a task that is both complex and time consuming. Internet-based Webinars, tutorials, and white papers provide guidelines in finding suitable optics and help engineers in this complex task. Yet, the optical performance of a vision system comes from the right combination of optics and image sensors, and very few sources of information on the guidelines to properly design an optical system starting from the image sensor exist today.

In this session, Teledyne e2v will highlight the main parameters of image sensors that can impact the optical performance of vision systems. A focus will be made on the technical tricks and solutions used by image sensor manufacturers to tune the optical performance of sensors and how that can impact the choice of optics. Leveraging their image sensor expertise, Teledyne e2v will then present some useful tips to improve the optical performance of the  lens and image sensor combination. The session will conclude with an overview of existing solutions to minimize the efforts of vision system makers in their optical design, such as turnkey optical modules and innovative focus adjustment solutions.

Presented by:

Marie-Charlotte LECLERC, Product Marketing Manager, Teledyne e2v

Marie-Charlotte is Product Marketing Manager at Teledyne e2v, where she analyzes market trends, builds specifications & roadmaps and supports product promotion with a focus on Machine Vision applications. She has a technical background with an engineering degree in microelectronics and two master’s degrees – in semiconductors, and in management and business administration.

Pierre FEREYRE, Senior Principal Engineer, Teledyne e2v

Pierre is Senior Principal Engineer at Teledyne e2v, where he advises technical teams on how to solve complex challenges during the development of innovative image sensors for various applications from medical to industrial. He has more than 30 years of R&D experience in imaging and semiconductors and contributed to over 25 patents and publications in the field of image sensors.