Integrated Detector Electronics AS at CMOS Image Sensors Workshop, Toulouse, France November 26th – 27th 2019Continue reading
The IDEAS team is proud and grateful to have contributed to the mission and wishes the scientists success with their experiments at Mercury.Continue reading
The IDEAS ASIC development team congratulates the ISS-CREAM collaboration to the successful launch and installation of their instrument on the international space station! The Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass experiment for the International Space Station (ISS-CREAM) was launcContinue reading
The company Integrated Detector Electronics AS (IDEAS) has signed a contract with the European Organization for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere (ESO) Continue reading
The integrated circuit was developed under contract from ESA and the Norwegian Space Center.
The IDEAS IDE3380 is a general purpose integrated circuit (IC) for the readout of silicon photomultipliers (SiPM). The SiPM is a relatively new type of optical sensor for the detection and timing of single photons. While the IC was designed primarily for arrays with many SiPM, it can also read out state-of-the-art
photomultiplier tubes (PMT). Like PMT, SiPM and arrays of SiPM can be used for many applications, for example, medical imaging, life sciences, industrial scanning, and range finding.
IDEAS to exhibit at 2016 IEEE NSS/MIC, Strasbourg, France
IDEAS will be exhibiting at the 2016 IEEE NSS/MIC, Strasbourg, France, 1. November – 3. November 2016
We are looking for an individual to characterise prototype hardware in our lab, analyse the measured data and summarise the results in a technical report. The activity is limited to 6-months and shall start in October 2021. The work includes measurements of electronic and optical nature.
Candidates should be in their last year of study in physics or electrical engineering. Experience in raw-data image processing would be of advantage. Please contact IDEAS for opportunities, https://ideas.no/contact/
IDEAS will be exhibiting at the SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation in Edinburgh, 28 June to 29 June.