Caeleste invited students to be part of the Pixel Experience last Wednesday. The workshop introduced young engineers to Caeleste’s design and system & test team. Each team prepared interactive presentations in order to give an impression of our daily engineering activities.
Caeleste’s design team invented a method to increase the charge collection, thus image lag, of a very long narrow photodiode. The N-type pinned photodiode (PPD) itself is constant in width and homogenous in concentration.
Bart Dierickx a pioneer of CMOS image sensors, co-founder and CTO of Caeleste, explains in the latest MVPro influencer Q&A, the company’s ability to deliver custom-made sensors and their benefits.
This prize is rewarded each year by the Flanders Investment & Trade to Flanders-based firms with exceptional achievements in terms of export and international business.
The collaboration between Paradromics and Caeleste has resulted in the largest ever neural recording.
More than 31,000 electrode potentials were recorded simultaneously showing the reaction of the animal to auditory stimuli.
Caeleste is nominated by Flanders Investment & Trade in recognition of our activities all around the globe. As a selected candidate, Caeleste has to compete with 2 other Flemish companies in the category of small companies (<50 employees). The award ceremony
US patent US10616521 was granted on April 7, 2020. It protects a system and a method to detect radiation in an array of pixels and reading out only the pixels or groups of pixels that contain information. In many applications
Caeleste is strengthening its business development team by hiring Jeroen Hoet as new Chief Business Development Officer, leading Caeleste’s marketing and sales department.
Thereby removing the second last (*) stronghold of CCD as compared to CMOS. The purpose of binning is to collect the photo charges of a small kernel of pixels into a single charge packet, reading it out in a single