Ivan Michel Antolovic

PhD student at the Applied Quantum Architectures Group of the Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS/EWI), Delft University of Technology, working with prof. Edoardo Charbon on Quantum Imaging Sensors.

Projects

- Ultra-fast GSDIM super resolution microscopy using a SPAD-array camera

- Time-resolved SPAD imager for 3D near-infrared imaging

- L3SPAD: A single-photon, time-resolved image sensor for low-light-level vision

Research

- SPAD sensors

- high resolution single photon detectors

- imagers architectures

- photon counting time correlated biophysical applications

- super resolution microscopy

Publications

- IM Antolovic, S Burri, C Bruschini, R Hoebe, E Charbon, "Nonuniformity Analysis of a 65-kpixel CMOS SPAD Imager," IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 63 (1), 57-64, 2016.

- IM Antolovic, S Burri, RA Hoebe, Y Maruyama, C Bruschini, E Charbon, "Photon-Counting Arrays for Time-Resolved Imaging," Sensors, 16 (7), 1005, 2016.

- IM Antolovic, S Burri, C Bruschini, R Hoebe, E Charbon, "Analyzing blinking effects in super resolution localization microscopy with single-photon SPAD imagers," SPIE BiOS, 971406-971406-7, 2016.

- IM Antolovic, S Burri, C Bruschini, R Hoebe, E Charbon, "Super resolution with SPAD imagers," Focus on Microscopy, 2015.

- E Charbon, IM Antolovic,"SPAD Arrays and Digital SiPMs for All-Digital Imaging," Single Photon Workshop, 2015.

Ivan Michel Antolovic