Development in quantum structure based infrared photodetector (QSIP) technologies, including quantum wells, dots, superlattices, and novel heterostructures, over the last three decades has led to the realization of high performance infrared detectors, large-format focal plane arrays, and infrared cameras that are now readily available commercially through several manufacturers.
The QSIP conference is held every second year and aims to bring together scientists, engineers, industrial collaborators, students, and users to discuss recent advances in this field. The conference provides an international forum for attendees to present and discuss new progress in device physics, materials growth and processing issues, focal plane array development and characterization, as well as commercialization and applications of QSIP technologies. The conference also explores the benefits and drawbacks of these technologies, and clarifies their role in the competitive market of thermal imaging technology. The program of QSIP 2018 will include oral presentations, panel discussion, as well as ample opportunities for informal interactions among conference participants.
Previous Conferences in this Conference series:
QSIP 2016 International Conference, Tel Aviv, Israel (June 12-17, 2016)
QSIP 2014 International Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico (June 29 – July 3, 2014)
QSIP 2012 International Conference, Corsica, France (June 17 – 22, 2012)
QSIP 2010 International Conference, Istanbul, Turkey (August 15 – 20, 2010)
QSIP 2009 International Conference, Yosemite, California, USA (January 18 – 23, 2009)
QWIP 2006 Workshop, Kandy, Sri Lanka (June 18 – 24, 2006)
QWIP 2004 Workshop, Kananaskis, Canada (August 9 – 12, 2004)
QWIP 2002 Workshop, Torino, Italy (October 13 – 17, 2002)
QWIP 2000 Workshop, Dana Point, California (July 27 – 29, 2000)