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Hamamatsu Photonics Workshop Series

Monthly webinar series from Hamamatsu Photonics

These free educational webinars from Hamamatsu. The team of highly-skilled engineers provide helpful responses to some of the most frequently asked questions about Hamamatsu products. Learn more about product characteristics and specifications, as well as how they work. We'll help you choose the right detector for the job.

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Past Workshops

Email innovation@spie.org if you are interested in a recording from previous workshops.

Date, Time, DurationInstructorsTopics
20 October
45 minutes
Slawomir Piatek MPPC & SPAD, Future of Photon Counting Detectors
3 November
45 minutes
Dino Butron Using SNR Simulation to Select a Photodetector
17 November
45 minutes
Gary Spingarn Navigating the MIR market: Applications, Product Options, and Developments
1 December
45 minutes
John Gilmore Understanding Image Sensors and Spectrometers: Signal to Noise Ratio
15 December
45 minutes
Laura Fabris and
John Gilmore
Application of Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) to Sensing
12 January
45 minutes
Slawomir Piatek
Introduction to Image Sensors
26 January
45 minutes
Lu Cheng
Challenge of circuitry to a successful image sensor implementation
9 February
45 minutes
Stephanie Fullerton
Scientific Camera & Applications: Do dim things - why low light imaging capabilities enable advances in research and medicine.
23 March
40 minutes
Andrew Fay X-Ray Technology for NDT Applications
6 April
50 minutes
Slawomir Piatek Solid state automotive LiDAR: physics principles, design challenges, and new developments
20 April
65 minutes
Slawomir Piatek Intro to Light Sources - From UV to IR
27 April
35 minutes
Sam Gunnell Extreme Ultraviolet Light Sources Supporting Next-Generation Lithography
4 May
45 minutes
Bill Grube Advances in Testing and Calibration of Modern Optical Sensors

Participating Organizations

Hamamatsu Photonics Rutgers University