Due to the event-based nature of the Timepix3 technology, with nanosecond time tagging capabilities, you can effortlessly distinguish and remove randomly distributed noise from your signals. This brings a new level of clarity and precision to your data analysis, enabling breakthroughs and insights that were previously hidden in the noise.
We understand that transitioning to event-based technology might be a significant departure from the familiar frame-based approach. We are committed to guide you through this transition and provide different levels of the support you need to harness the full potential of this groundbreaking technology.
The Cricket² image intensifier from our partner Photonis is specially optimised for ultra-fast single-photon detection. Equipped with high efficiency Dual MCP and P47 phosphor screen for high amplification and the fastest spectral response in the market.
Scientific Collaborator for single-photon applications.
"Peter Švihra is a Senior Fellow at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, renowned for his groundbreaking contributions to the field of Quantum Science in collaboration with Amsterdam Scientific Instrument (ASI). Holding a PhD from the University of Manchester, with a specialization in semiconductor pixel detector technologies, Peter is the recipient of prestigious awards, including the LHCb Thesis Award and recognition in Forbes Slovakia's 30-under-30. Peter is at the forefront of high-energy physics, actively engaged in R&D for the LHCb VELO Upgrade 2. His work involves testing innovative sensor technologies based on low gain avalanche diodes, pushing the boundaries of experimental physics. With a commitment to advancing the field and his pivotal role in Quantum Science collaboration with ASI, Peter is making a profound impact on the scientific community."Read More Contact