Discover something new with an hCMOS detector
At Advanced hCMOS Systems, we help scientists and engineers measure ultrafast phenomena and improve their existing detector designs. We understand that off-the-shelf products are not always equipped to make the measurements you need at the required speeds or within your weight, volume, and power specifications.
With over a decade of experience working at national laboratories, we've designed award-winning ultrafast ASICs that enable scientists to make novel measurements previously thought impossible. For example, the Icarus imaging sensor has transformed the diagnostics at several HED laboratories in the US and France.
Here's how we can help you:
First, we'll work closely with you to understand your specific requirements and develop a list of specifications tailored to your needs.
Next, we'll draft a proposal for your consideration and discuss the details with you to ensure it meets your expectations.
Finally, upon design approval, we'll fabricate your custom solution and help you integrate it into your diagnostic instrument, ensuring you can make the exact measurements you need with the highest quality data.
Don't settle for inadequate, poor-quality data any longer. Let us design a purpose-built instrument tailored to your needs, so you can get the precise measurements you require. Contact us now, and let's get started!
Advanced hCMOS Systems is a highly collaborative engineering team that specializes in niche scientific detectors, which mainstream providers do not offer. Learn more about the various research applications below.
For Custom IC design, Engineering Consultanting, or Scientific Ultrafast Image, get in touch with us.
Matthew Dayton has 6+ years experience at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories developing and fielding radiation hardened hCMOS camera electronics across 6 diagnostics deployed at the National Ignition Facility and French LMJ.
Marcos Sanchez has 13 years experience leading the hCMOS sensor development and production team at Sandia National Laboratories. He has expertise in ROIC design, high speed photodiodes, 3D sensor integration, and test/debug for fielding sensors in extreme environments.
Liam Claus has 14 years experience at Sandia National Laboratories leading the hCMOS ROIC design team to develop nanosecond-scale, global-shuttered, burst-mode CMOS imagers. He has expertise in radiation hardened ASIC design, high speed image sensors, and low noise radiation detectors.
Principal Analog IC Design Engineer
Andy Montoya has eight years of experience at Sandia Labs and was responsible for the hCMOS ROIC oscillator and timing generation design. Andy has also coauthored one of the hCMOS patents and offers expertise in ultra-fast imaging for HED science and laser diagnostics.