His primary scientific interests are in CMOS, Pixel, Optoelectronics, Photon counting and Single-photon avalanche diode. His CMOS research includes elements of Phase-locked loop, Image sensor and Detector. His work in Image sensor tackles topics such as Electrical engineering which are related to areas like Dot pitch and Channel.
His research on Pixel concerns the broader Optics. His work carried out in the field of Optoelectronics brings together such families of science as Avalanche photodiode and Fluorescence-lifetime imaging microscopy. His Single-photon avalanche diode study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dynamic range and Avalanche diode.
His main research concerns CMOS, Optoelectronics, Optics, Pixel and Electronic engineering. His CMOS research includes themes of Photonics, Image sensor, Detector, Photodetector and Chip. The study incorporates disciplines such as Avalanche photodiode, Single-photon avalanche diode and Avalanche diode in addition to Optoelectronics.
His work on Photon, Photon counting, Silicon photomultiplier and Laser as part of general Optics study is frequently connected to Time-to-digital converter, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. He has included themes like Image resolution and Demodulation in his Pixel study. His research integrates issues of Electronic circuit, Electrical engineering and Electronics in his study of Electronic engineering.
David Stoppa mainly investigates Optics, CMOS, Detector, Pixel and Optoelectronics. CMOS is a primary field of his research addressed under Electronic engineering. His Detector research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Field-effect transistor, Noise, Tracking and Terahertz radiation.
His Pixel study incorporates themes from Image sensor, Video Graphics Array, Signal and Bitmap. David Stoppa interconnects Avalanche photodiode and Transistor in the investigation of issues within Optoelectronics. His Photon study combines topics in areas such as Photonics and Single-photon avalanche diode.
Optics, Photon, Photonics, Silicon photomultiplier and CMOS are his primary areas of study. His biological study focuses on Detector. His Photon research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Image sensor and Electronic engineering.
His research investigates the connection between Image sensor and topics such as Single-photon avalanche diode that intersect with issues in Quantum optics. David Stoppa focuses mostly in the field of Photonics, narrowing it down to matters related to Diode and, in some cases, Altimeter. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Pixel and CMOS.
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A 160×128 single-photon image sensor with on-pixel 55ps 10b time-to-digital converter
Chockalingam Veerappan;Justin Richardson;Richard Walker;Day-Uey Li.
international solid-state circuits conference (2011)
A 32×32 50ps resolution 10 bit time to digital converter array in 130nm CMOS for time correlated imaging
Justin Richardson;Richard Walker;Lindsay Grant;David Stoppa.
custom integrated circuits conference (2009)
A Time-Resolved, Low-Noise Single-Photon Image Sensor Fabricated in Deep-Submicron CMOS Technology
M. Gersbach;Y. Maruyama;R. Trimananda;M. W. Fishburn.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2012)
A CMOS 3-D Imager Based on Single Photon Avalanche Diode
D. Stoppa;L. Pancheri;M. Scandiuzzo;L. Gonzo.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-regular Papers (2007)
Real-time fluorescence lifetime imaging system with a 32 × 32 0.13μm CMOS low dark-count single-photon avalanche diode array
Day-Uei Li;Jochen Arlt;Justin Richardson;Richard Walker.
Optics Express (2010)
A Fully Digital 8 $\, imes\,$ 16 SiPM Array for PET Applications With Per-Pixel TDCs and Real-Time Energy Output
Leo H. C. Braga;Leonardo Gasparini;Lindsay Grant;Robert K. Henderson.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2014)
Single-Photon Avalanche Diode CMOS Sensor for Time-Resolved Fluorescence Measurements
D. Stoppa;D. Mosconi;L. Pancheri;L. Gonzo.
IEEE Sensors Journal (2009)
TOF Range-Imaging Cameras
Fabio Remondino;David Stoppa.
A 64 $ imes$ 64-Pixels Digital Silicon Photomultiplier Direct TOF Sensor With 100-MPhotons/s/pixel Background Rejection and Imaging/Altimeter Mode With 0.14% Precision Up To 6 km for Spacecraft Navigation and Landing
Matteo Perenzoni;Daniele Perenzoni;David Stoppa.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2017)
A hybrid CMOS-imager with a solution-processable polymer as photoactive layer.
Daniela Baierl;Lucio Pancheri;Morten Schmidt;David Stoppa.
Nature Communications (2012)
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