Stuart Kleinfelder

Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The Henry Samueli School of Engineering

PH.D., Stanford University

Phone: (949) 824-9430
Fax: (949) 824-2321

University of California, Irvine
EG 2225
Mail Code: 2625
Irvine, CA 92697
Research Interests
Fast integrated sensor/readout arrays for visual, IR, X-ray and charged particles
Research Abstract
Research Interests:

Multi-domain integrated digital camera technologies:

High speed digital video cameras at >10,000 frames/s
Infrared cameras
X-ray cameras with single-photon efficiency
Large (>100,000,000 pixel) charged particle sensor arrays

Scientific imaging instrumentation:

Medical and biological sensor applications
Satellite and ground-based Astrophysics experiments
High Energy Physics and Nuclear Science applications at large collider detectors

Analog circuits augmented with digital techniques for improved speed and performance
S. Kleinfelder, S. Lim, X. Liu, A. El Gamal, "A 10,000 Frames/s 0.18 ┬Ám CMOS Digital Pixel Sensor," IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits, December 2001 (invited paper, to be published).
H. Wieman, F. Bieser, S. Kleinfelder, H.S. Matis, P. Nevski, G. Rai, N. Smirnov, "A New Inner Vertex Detector for STAR," Nuclear Instruments and Methods A473:205-209, 2001.
M.S. Alam, et al, "The Atlas Silicon Pixel Sensors," Nuclear Instruments and Methods A456 pages 217-232, 2001.
D. Lynn et al, "A 240-Channel Thick Film Multi-Chip Module for Readout of Silicon Drift Detectors," Nuclear Instruments and Methods A439, pp418-426, 2000.
R. Wedenig, et al, "CVD Diamond Pixel Detectors for LHC Experiments," Nuclear Physics Proceedings Supplement 78:497-504, 1999.
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