His scientific interests lie mostly in Pixel, CMOS, Image sensor, Optics and Electronic engineering. The concepts of his Pixel study are interwoven with issues in Pulse-width modulation, Comparator and Logic gate. His CMOS study results in a more complete grasp of Optoelectronics.
His research integrates issues of Dynamic range and Pulse-frequency modulation in his study of Optoelectronics. His work in the fields of Image sensor, such as CMOS sensor, intersects with other areas such as Dual imaging. He usually deals with Electronic engineering and limits it to topics linked to Chip and Synapse, Analytical chemistry, Molecular imaging and Hippocampal formation.
His primary areas of investigation include Image sensor, Optoelectronics, CMOS, Biomedical engineering and Optics. As a member of one scientific family, Jun Ohta mostly works in the field of Image sensor, focusing on Pixel and, on occasion, Amplifier. His study in Optoelectronics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Polarizer and Laser.
Jun Ohta combines subjects such as Retinal Prosthesis, Brain–computer interface and Chip with his study of CMOS. Jun Ohta studied Biomedical engineering and Retinal that intersect with Retina. The Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Pulse-width modulation, Artificial neural network and Image processing.
Jun Ohta mainly focuses on Image sensor, Optoelectronics, CMOS, Biomedical engineering and Retinal Prosthesis. His Image sensor study contributes to a more complete understanding of Optics. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Laser, Chip and Filter.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wide dynamic range, Dynamic range and Photovoltaic system. His Biomedical engineering study incorporates themes from Optical imaging, Stimulation, Cerebral blood flow and Brain function. His Retinal Prosthesis research incorporates elements of Stimulus and Retinal stimulation.
His main research concerns Image sensor, Optoelectronics, CMOS, Biomedical engineering and Fluorescence. His study in Image sensor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pixel, Light-emitting diode and Optogenetics. His Optoelectronics research integrates issues from Dielectric spectroscopy, Photovoltaic system and Voltage.
His research integrates issues of Dynamic range and Chip in his study of CMOS. His Biomedical engineering research includes elements of Retinal Prosthesis, Retinal, Fluorescence-lifetime imaging microscopy, Implantable Electrodes and Optical imaging. His study on Fluorescence also encompasses disciplines like
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Smart CMOS Image Sensors and Applications
Computer vision for computer games
W.T. Freeman;K. Tanaka;J. Ohta;K. Kyuma.
international conference on automatic face and gesture recognition (1996)
Information-processing system using free-space optical communication and free-space optical communication system
Keiichiro Kagawa;Yuki Maeda;Jun Ohta.
Information-processing device and information-processing system
Keiichiro Kagawa;Jun Ohta;Yuki Maeda;Yasuo Masaki.
Imaging Device and Method for Reading Signals From Such Device
Kagawa K;Maeda Yuki;Ohta J.
A CMOS image sensor with optical and potential dual imaging function for on-chip bioscientific applications
Takashi Tokuda;Akio Yamamoto;Keiichiro Kagawa;Masahiro Nunoshita.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (2006)
Artificial retinas : fast, versatile image processors
Kazuo Kyuma;Eberhard Lange;Jun Ohta;Anno Hermanns.
Implantable CMOS Biomedical Devices
Jun Ohta;Takashi Tokuda;Kiyotaka Sasagawa;Toshihiko Noda.
Proposal of Application of Pulsed Vision Chip for Retinal Prosthesis.
Jun Ohta;Norikatsu Yoshida;Keiichiro Kagawa;Masahiro Nunoshita.
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics (2002)
GaAs/AlGaAs optical synaptic interconnection device for neural networks
Jun Ohta;Masanobu Takahashi;Yoshikazu Nitta;Syuichi Tai.
Optics Letters (1989)
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