CCD/CMOS Circuitry and Systems

Graduate Student: Sang Hoon Hong

Faculty Advisor: Woodward Yang

CCD (Charge-Coupled Device) technology is probably best known for its applications in image sensing. Basically, CCDs are compact, charge-domain semiconductor devices which are able to transport and manipulate analog charge packets. While the imaging and charge transport capabilities of CCDs have been widely used to produce high performance commercial and scientific image sensor arrays, the ability of CCDs to manipulate and process analog charge packets has remained largely unexploited. Our projects in CCD/CMOS are focussed on developing high performance charge-domain analog circuitry using both CCD and CMOS devices. In addition, CCD/CMOS technology is an ideal technology for the implementation of combined image sensing and signal processing circuitry.

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