MSc A.J. Carimatto

PhD student
Circuits and Systems (CAS), Department of Microelectronics


Augusto Carimatto is a PhD student with prof. Edoardo Charbon (starting Fall 2013) on the Picosec project. As of 1 Jan 2016, he is member of the Advanced Quantum Architectures (AQUA) group, headed by Prof. Charbon.

Projects history

Pico-second Silicon Photomultiplier-Electronics & Crystal Research

Ultra-fast photon detectors for medical imaging (PET)

  1. A 67,392 SPAD PVTB-Compensated Multi-Channel Digital SiPM with 432 Column-Parallel 48ps 17-bit TDCs for Endoscopic Time-of-flight PET
    A.J. Carimatto; S. Mandai; E. Venialgo; T. Gong; G. Borghi; D. Schaart; E. Charbon;
    In IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference,
    Feb. 2015.

  2. Large Scale CMOS Single-Photon Detector Arrays for PET Applications
    A. Carimatto; E. Charbon;
    In Front-End Electronics,
    May 2014.

  3. A CMOS Multi-Channel Digital SiPM for Endoscopic PET Application
    A. J. Carimatto; S. Mandai; E. Charbon;
    In IEEE Medical Imaging Conference,
    Nov. 2014.

  4. FPGA Based Fast Gamma-Ray Time Mark Estimator for Ultra-Miniature Endoscopic PET Applications
    T. Gong; S. Mandai; E. Venialgo; A.J. Carimatto; E. Charbon;
    In IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium,
    Nov. 2014.

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Last updated: 4 Sep 2020

Augusto Carimatto

  • Left in 2016
  • Now: PhD student at the Advanced Quantum Architectures (AQUA) group, headed by Prof. Charbon