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Dr. Eric Fossum

Special Talk: An Evening with Dr. Eric Fossum

12 Nov
Tuesday
6pm - 7pm

Special Talk: An Evening with Dr. Eric Fossum

Tuesday, Nov. 12, 6–7pm

Innovation Labs at The Dalí presents an evening with renowned physicist and engineer Eric R. Fossum. Fossum, creator of the CMOS image sensor technology used in literally billions of cameras, including pill cameras, smartphones and other applications, centers this special lecture around his innovative work in digital imaging sensor technology and the subsequent innovation cascade, from medical imaging advances to selfies, that has followed on his initial inventions.

Looking for faster, better, cheaper alternatives for space science missions and a smaller camera system on board, Fossum invented the CMOS Active Pixel Sensor (APS) with intra-pixel charge transfer camera-on-a-chip technology. Today, it is identified as the CMOS Image Sensor, or CIS. After this innovative device was implemented at NASA, Fossum led the transfer of this technology to the U.S. manufacturing and technology industries with companies including Kodak, AT&T, National Semiconductor, Bell Labs and others. This is a unique opportunity to hear from an inventor who has not only received the highest recognitions—National Inventors Hall of Fame, National Academy of Inventors, and the “Nobel” of engineering, the Queen Elizabeth Prize—but has also impacted each of our lives through the ubiquitous presence of smartphones and webcams.

Cost: Free
Location: Will Raymund Theater

 

 

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