We offer new detector for large area detection, based on the Timepix. The sizes are: •2QTPX-524k (512×1024) •3QTPX-786k (512×1536) •4QTPX-1M (512×2048) •2Q2TPX-1M (1024×1024) Please contact us if you would like more information.
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A productive cooperation with the professionals of Amsterdam Scientific Instruments resulted in a fast development of a neutron sensitive Medipix detector. We are happy that we are now the proud owner of such a system that comes with excellent support. Jeroen Plomp, Research Technician/Scientist TU Delft
Thursday November 7th, ASI will participate in the Bits&Chips 2013 event, which connects firms and research institutes who use and produce embedded system software. We will be occupying a stand and Chris Desjardins, employed as embedded software engineer at ASI, will be presenting ASI’s and Omics2Image’s use of the Timepix chip. The event will take […]
Wednesday the 9th of October there has been a seminar by prof. dr. Klanner regarding the European X-Ray Free-Electron Laser XFE. In short, the high instantaneous intensity and the high repetition rate of 4.5 MHz of the European X-Ray Free-Electron Laser XFEL pose new challenges for imaging detectors. The specific requirements for the detectors are a […]
Upcoming october, Amsterdam Scientific Instruments will be participating in the 2013 IEEE, the Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, Room-Temperature Semiconductor X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detectors workshop in Seoul, Korea. Come visit us and learn about our detector and its application. You can meet us here. For the program and more, visit www.nss-mic.org/2013/NSSMain.asp