The MICAS (KU Leuven) Micro-Credential Course on Analog Layout continues this week at KU Leuven, taught by industry experts from ICsense, SOFICS, OMNIVISION, Cyient, and Caeleste. Organised by Prof. Patrick Reynaert, this course offers the opportunity to learn from industry experts in the microelectronics field,
Caeleste is thrilled to announce our return to the SPIE Photonics West Exhibition, the world’s largest annual photonics technologies event! ⚡ Don’t miss the opportunity to discuss your sensing project with us at the premier photonics and laser exhibition, hosting
We are honoured to have been awarded second place in the European Space Agency Technology Transfer Competition! 🌌🚀 Caeleste achieved the runner-up award for our ‘FLAMES’ indirect Time-of-Flight (iToF) project, a rendezvous and vehicle docking sensor for space applications. Time-of-Flight
Check out the Caeleste Winter 2023 Newsletter, where you can discover the latest product updates, event invitations and more!
Final acceptance of the Caeleste – Advafab HYBRID-VIS device by the European Space Agency (ESA) further compliments our mission to realise beyond state-of-the-art image sensors. October 2023 marked the final acceptance testing by the European Space Agency of Caeleste and
Caeleste has successfully ramped-up a waferscale image sensor with onboard ADC’s into high yielding volume production.
Caeleste’s Faintstar2 sensor, a critical component on the Hera Asteroid mission.
ESA’s Hera asteroid mission for planetary defence is about to gain its sight with the help of Caeleste’s Faintstar2 sensor.
AR filter of the structure of tobacco mosaic virus is now the highest resolution CryoEM structure.
David Bhella, Professor of Structural Virology and director of Scotland’s national centre for CryoEM, shared a remarkable tweet with the world.
Direct Electron announces a breakthrough in Microscopy Technology in cooperation with Caeleste’s image sensor technology.
A world record of 0.5 Angstrom resolution in electron microscopy!
Novel Sensor Technology Generates Breakthrough Cryo-EM Results
Direct Electron and Caeleste announced a breakthrough in electron counting cryo-EM results.
Location: 10th International Workshop on Pixel Detectors for Particles and Imaging (Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA).