Eric R. Fossum

Overview

Professor Fossum, a Queen Elizabeth Prize Laureate, is one of the world's experts in solid-state image sensors. He invented the CMOS active pixel image sensor used in almost all cell-phone cameras, webcams, many digital-still cameras and in medical imaging, among other applications. He worked at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and was CEO of two successful high tech companies and is a serial entrepreneur. See his personal webpage for more information. His interests at Dartmouth are teaching and researching the next generation of solid-state image sensors for photon-counting and gigapixel cameras. He also coordinates Thayer School’s PhD Innovation Program and serves as Dartmouth’s Associate Provost for Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer.

Education

Research Interests

Solid-state image sensors (CCDs, CMOS active pixel sensors, Quanta Image Sensors); advanced imaging systems; on-chip image processing; new applications for image sensors

Current Research Projects

Teaching

Selected Publications

Awards

Selected Patents

Entrepreneurship

Professional Activities

News

In Dartmouth Engineer Magazine

Video

Fossum speaks with King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) for Enrichment in Spring 2017

Engineering PhD Innovation Program at Dartmouth

Professor Fossum describes his research and teaching at Dartmouth

Seminar: The Science and Technology of Digital Image Sensors

Seminar: Image Sensors for Digital Cameras

Dartmouth PhD Innovation Program: Song Chen