Results of project chipS·CALe
This page collects all publishable results of the project, including peer-reviewed scientific papers, conference proceedings papers and presentations. Visit this page regularly to get the latest updates.
- Establishment of traceability/measurement service – JV uses predictable standard detectors to define their optical power and spectral response scale. Optimised exploitation is planned.
- EMPIR projects in the past – JV has exploited cryogenic photodiodes as current source for driving Josephson AC or DC Voltage standards in SIB59 Q-WAVE and 15SIB04 QuADC.
- Planned contributions in the future: PQEDs as embedded standard with Photonic Integrate Circuits and exploitation for extended dynamic range calibration. Planned in accepted EMPIR 2020 SEQUME project and ActPhast4R project.
- Metrology Research Institute of Aalto University uses PQED detectors as a primarly optical standard to define optical power and spectral responsivity scale
PublicationsTrinh Tran et al. Determination of the responsivity of Predictable Quantum Efficient Detector over a wide spectral range based on a 3D model of charge carrier recombination losses. Metrologia 2022 in press
Ozhan Koybasi et al. High Performance Predictable Quantum Efficient Detector Based on Induced-Junction Photodiodes Passivated with SiO2 /SiNx. Sensors 2021, 21, 7807.
ConferencesConference on Characterization and Radiometric Calibration for Remote Sensing (CALCON) 2020
Alternative Calibration Methods of Radiometric Detectors at CALCON 2020 by Jarle Gran et al, abstract, and presentaion
Posters14th International Conference on New Developments and Applications in Optical Radiometry (NEWRAD 2021)
Packaging of silicon photodiodes for use as cryogenic electrical substitution radiometer at NEWRAD 2021 by Eivind Bardalen et al
Double laser radiometry for study of detector linearity at NEWRAD 2021 by Mikhail Korpusenko et al
Simultaneous optical and electrical heating in dual mode photodiode operation at NEWRAD 2021 by Marit Ulset Nordsveen et al
Three dimensional modelling of photodiode responsivity at NEWRAD 2021 by Jarle Gran et al
Quantum Yield in Induced Junction Silicon Photodiodes at Wavelengths around 400 nm at NEWRAD 2021 by Lutz Werner et al
Investigation of surface passivation thin film materials for improved predictable quantum efficiency detectors at NEWRAD 2021 by Ozhan Koybasi et al
Simulated internal quantum deficiency of induced junction photodiodes at NEWRAD 2021 by Trinh Tran et al
Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements 2020
Electrical measurement capabilities of the cryogenic dual-mode optical power detector at CPEM 2020 by Marit Ulset Nordsveen et al