Maximilian Sergio

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We report the first fully integrated single photon avalanche diode array fabricated in 0.35 mum CMOS technology. At 25 mum, the pixel pitch achieved by this design is the smallest ever reported. Thanks to the level of miniaturization enabled by this design, we were able to build the largest single photon streak camera ever built in any technology, thus(More)
Background. As interest on wearable computing [1] increases , researchers are looking for new materials to use as a support for electronics. A fabric substrate is very appealing: it is elastic and extensible [2], supported by a well known technology and produced at low-cost. State of the art. Some smart pressure-sensors interfacing with a flexible substrate(More)
Several hundred clinical trials currently explore the role of circulating tumor cell (CTC) analysis for therapy decisions, but assays are lacking for comprehensive molecular characterization of CTCs with diagnostic precision. We therefore combined a workflow for enrichment and isolation of pure CTCs with a non-random whole genome amplification method for(More)
We present a CMOS-based hybrid microfluidic system that combines the manipulation of magnetic microparticles through a magnetic field with in situ optical detection via single photon avalanche diodes (SPADs). Magnetic particles are actuated within a glass micro-capillary and are detected upon passage over the SPAD, where they block incident light and thus(More)
We report on a device capable of imaging second-order spatio-temporal correlations g (2) (x, τ) between photons. The imager is based on a monolithic array of single-photon avalanche diodes (SPADs) implemented in CMOS technology and a simple algorithm to treat multiphoton time-of-arrival distributions from different SPAD pairs. It is capable of 80 ps(More)
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