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October 11 to 12, 2017 Biomedical

Photonex 2017

Photonex 2017

Photon Lines will be presenting Nüvü Camēras’ products during the Photonex 2017 event at the Ricoh Arena, at booth C03.

Coventry, UK
January 30 to February 1, 2018 Biomedical

Photonics West 2018

Photonics West 2018

Nüvü Camēras’ representatives will attend the next SPIE Photonics West event at booth 4448 of the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

San Francisco, California, USA
February 13 to 15, 2018 Astronomy

Canadian SmallSat Symposium

Canadian SmallSat Symposium

Nüvü Camēras’ scientific representatives will participate at the second Canadian SmallSat Symposium, organised by the Canadian Space Commerce Association at the Westin Prince in Toronto.

Toronto, Canada
Past events
July 3 to 6, 2017 Biomedical

Microscience Microscopy Congress

Microscience Microscopy Congress

Photon Lines presented Nüvü Camēras’ products during the Microscience Microscopy Congress at the Manchester Central Convention Complex, at booth 327.

Manchester, UK
June 28 to 30, 2017 Biomedical

2017 Vision China (Shenzhen)

2017 Vision China (Shenzhen)

Luster presented Nüvü Camēras’ products at the Vision China event at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center.

Shenzhen, China
June 26 to 30, 2017 Astronomy

AO4ELT5

AO4ELT5

Nüvü Camēras’ representatives attended the fifth Adoptive Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes event (AO4ELT5), held at the Hotel Botánico in the Canary Islands.

On Tuesday June 27th, Denis Brousseau from Université Laval presented Nüvü Cameras’ EMCCD technology which will be utilized as the main camera in their developed Low Order WaveFront Sensor, which will be used on their High Contrast Imaging Balloon System mission with the Canadian Space Agency.

The Use of an Axiom Beam-Shaping Element in Non-Modulated Pyramid Wavefront Sensors

Canary Islands, Spain
June 26 to 29, 2017 Biomedical

Laser World of Photonics 2017

Laser World of Photonics 2017

Nüvü Camēras’ representatives attended the bi-annual Laser World of Photonics exhibition at the Neue Messe München Exhibition Center, at booth A2.138.

Munich, Germany
June 6 to 8, 2017 Biomedical

Photonics North 2017

Photonics North 2017

Nüvü Camēras participated at the 2017 Photonics North event in Ottawa.

Ottawa, Canada
March 14 to 16, 2017 Biomedical

2017 Vision China (Shanghai)

2017 Vision China (Shanghai)

Luster showcased Nüvü Camēras’ products at the Vision China exhibition at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.

Shanghai, China
February 12 to 14, 2017 Biomedical

BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY 61ST ANNUAL MEETING

BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY 61ST ANNUAL MEETING

Nüvü Camēras’ representatives attended the Biophysical Society 61st Annual Meeting at the New-Orleans’ Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, at booth 727.

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
January 28 to February 2, 2017 Biomedical

Photonics West 2017

Photonics West 2017

Nüvü Camēras representatives attended the 2017 SPIE Photonics West event at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

In addition, on Monday January 30th, Amelie St-Georges from University of Montreal Hospital Research Center presented an assessment of chemoresistance of ovarian cancer microtumors using a spectroscopic imaging system integrating an HNü512 EMCCD camera.

Chemoresistance assessment of ovarian cancer microtumors trapped in a microfluidic chip using a spectroscopic imaging system

San Francisco, California, USA
December 13 to December 16, 2016 Astronomy

AGU 2016

AGU 2016

Dr Franck Marchis, ambassador for Nüvü Caméras, has co-organized the next AGU meeting held at the Moscone Center. This event entitled “Detection and Direct Imaging of Habitable Exoplanets: Progress and Future” discussed the potential of facilities and modeling efforts designed to detect, image and characterize habitable exoplanets, study their formation, evolution and also the existence of possible biospheres.

San Francisco, California, USA
December 1 to December 2, 2016 Biomedical

EPIC Biophotonics (Oncology) Workshop

EPIC Biophotonics (Oncology) Workshop

Nüvü Caméras’ representatives attended the European Photonics Industry Consortum workshop “Translating Biophotonics Technologies to Clinical Oncology: Perspectives & Challenges” focusing on the use of biophotonics to refine clinical decision-making, the standardization and the quantification in clinical photon imaging.

Paris, France
November 23 to November 25, 2016 Astronomy

2016 Canadian Space Exploration Industry Form

2016 Canadian Space Exploration Industry Form

Olivier Daigle, Chief Technology Officer at Nüvü Caméras, presented the challenges, expectations and solutions to space exploration issues affecting Nüvü Caméras at the 2016 Canadian Space Exploration Industry Forum.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
November 24, 2016 Biomedical

6th Montreal Summit on Innovation

6th Montreal Summit on Innovation

Marie-Eve Ducharme, CEO of Nüvü Caméras, participated in the panel discussion “Universities and the Research Community are an Effective Lever for Manufacturers” based on her experience in open innovation with research institutions, which have led to the success of Nüvü Caméras.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
October 27 to November 2, 2017 Biomedical

Crossing Borders Fall 2016

Crossing Borders Fall 2016

Japan was the first country to purchase from Nüvü Caméras. Since then, the Japanese early adopters have remained dedicated to the Canadian EMCCD technology. Nüvü Caméras, in turn, enriched its innovative ecosystem with its last visit to Tokyo, thus further enhancing and preserving this partnership.

Tokyo, Japan
October 13-15, 2016 Biomedical

2016 Vision China (Beijing)

2016 Vision China (Beijing)

Luster showcased Nüvü Camēras’ products at the Vision China exhibition at the Beijing International Convention Center.

Beijing, China
JULY 1ST-3RD 2016 Biomedical

2016 Vision China (Shenzhen)

2016 Vision China (Shenzhen)

Luster has showcased Nüvü Camēras products at the Vision China exhibition at the Shenzhen International Convention Exhibition Center.

Shenzhen, China
JUNE 26 to JULY 1st 2016 Biomedical

2016 SPIE Astronomical Telescope + Instrumentation meeting

2016 SPIE Astronomical Telescope + Instrumentation meeting

Nüvü Cameras attended the SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Intrumentation 2016 held at the Edinburgh International Conference Center in Scotland, United Kingdom.

On Sunday June 26th, a few publications have been presented with Nüvü Caméras’ technology.

Kenneth Smith, from COM DEV, presented the effect of radiation on the EMCCD detector for future space mission.

The effect of proton radiation on the EMCCD for a low Earth orbit satellite mission 

Gillian Kyne, from the California Institute of Technology, presented the last developments of a balloon-borne project.

The faint intergalactic medium red shifted emission balloon future UV observations with EMCCDs 

Yoann Gosselin, from Nüvü Caméras, presented Nüvü’s last development with the largest EMCCD detector.

Characterization results of a large format 4k x 4k EMCCD

Daniel Hölck-Santibanez, from Durham University, presented their adaptive optics system for the 4.2m WHT telescope.

CHOUGH: spatially filtered Shack-Hartmann wave-front sensor for HOAO

Also on Tuesday June 28th, Jean-François Lavigne, from ABB Inc., presented the Canadian contributions study for the coronagraph instrument of the WFIRST mission.

Canadian Contributions Studies for the WFIRST Instruments

And on Friday July 1st, François Rigaut, from the Australian National University, presented the performance of the multiple regions of interest (mROI) feature provided by Nüvü Caméras.

NGS2: a focal plane array upgrade for the GeMS multiple tip-tilt wavefront sensor 

Edinburgh, UK
MAY 26-30, 2016 Biomedical

SPEC 2016

SPEC 2016

Nüvü Camēras representatives attended the SPEC 2016 international conference at the Palais des congrès de Montréal.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
May 24-26, 2016 Biomedical

Photonics North 2016

Photonics North 2016

Nüvü Camēras participated at the 2016 Photonics North meeting in Quebec city at the Centre des congrès de Québec.

Quebec city, Quebec, Canada
MAY 22-24TH 2016 Biomedical

2016 International Scientific Instrument and Laboratory Equipment

2016 International Scientific Instrument and Laboratory Equipment

Luster has showcased Nüvü Camēras products at the International Scientific Instrument and Laboratory Equipment exhibition at the Beijing International Convention Center.

Beijing, China
MAY 17-19th 2016 Astronomy

17th CASI Astronautics Conference

17th CASI Astronautics Conference

Nüvü Camēras attended the 17th Astronautics Conference of the Canadian Aeronautics & Space Institute from May 17th to May 19th in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Also, on Tuesday the 17th, Jean-François Lavigne, from ABB Inc., presented the proposed Canadian Technologies for the Coronograph of the WFIRST space mission.

Canadian Technologies for the Wfirst Coronograph; the next US Astronomy Flagship Mission

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
MAY 9-11TH 2016 Biomedical

2016 China International Photoelectronic

2016 China International Photoelectronic

Nüvü Camēras participated at the China International Photoelectronic exhibition held at the Beijing International Convention Center.

Beijing, China
MARCH 22 2016 Biomedical

QPN March 2016 meeting

QPN March 2016 meeting

Nüvü Camēras representatives attended the March 2016 Quebec Photonic Network meeting, which was held at the new ABB premises.

Quebec city, Quebec, Canada
March 15-17, 2016 Biomedical

Laser World of Photonics China 2016

Laser World of Photonics China 2016

Luster has showcased Nüvü Camēras products at the 2016 Laser World of Photonics China exhibition at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.

Shanghai, China
February 13-18 2016 Biomedical

Photonics West 2016

Photonics West 2016

Nüvü Camēras representatives attended the 2016 Photonics West event at the Moscone Center at booth 4355 in the Quebec Pavilion from February the 16th to the 18th.

Also, Saturday, February the 13th, Leticia Angulo-Rodríguez, from the department of engineering physics from Polytechnique in Montreal, revealed the results obtained by a highly sensitive hyperspectral fluorescence imaging system seamlessly integrated onto a neurosurgical microscope on both phantoms measurements and intraoperative human trials. The system includes a Nüvü™ EMCCD camera for further sensitivity.

An intraoperative spectroscopic imaging system for quantification of Protoporphyrin IX during glioma surgery

Then, on Sunday the 14th, Amélie St-George-Robillard, from the department of engineering physics from Polytechnique in Montreal, presented a high-speed spectroscopic analysis of ovarian microtumors with fluorescence in a microfluidic system. The apparatus used in this research incorporates a Nüvü™ EMCCD camera to achieve increased frame rates.

Spectroscopic imaging system for high-throughput viability assessment of ovarian microtumors in a microfluidic system

San Francisco, California, USA
December 14 to 18 2015 Astronomy

AGU 2015

AGU 2015

Dr Franck Marchis, ambassador for Nüvü Caméras, chaired the session for Direct Imaging of Habitable Exoplanets: Progress and Future I (P32B) and Solar Systems Small Bodies: Relics of Formation and New Worlds to Explore II (P52A) taking place during AGU 2015 at the Moscone Center.

San Francisco, California, USA
September 16, 2015 Astronomy

CEO’s Perspectives

CEO’s Perspectives

Ernst & Young invited Nüvü Camēras’ CEO Marie-Eve Ducharme to speak on its panel “CEO’s perspectives”. About a hundred CFO, CEO, COO, and founders of tech firms attended the event and exchanged on the success, the challenges and the future of Quebec’s technology industry.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
September 15 2015 Biomedical

QPN September 2015 meeting

QPN September 2015 meeting

Nüvü Camēras representatives joined the September Quebec Photonic Network meeting, which was held at the Centre Optique Photonique et Laser (COPL) on Laval University premises.

Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
June 9-11, 2015 Biomedical

Photonics North 2015

Photonics North 2015

Nüvü Camēras participated to the 2015 Photonics North meeting in Ottawa. Nüvü™’s CEO Marie-Eve Ducharme presented Open innovation tactics to improve SME’s commercialization during the event.

Abstract:

In today’s world, globalization forces high technology companies to innovate in order to succeed. In the case of SMEs, the challenge is colossal to remain competitive in niche markets. In this context, SMEs have all the reason to exploit strategic open innovation. Open innovation can help overcome weaknesses and reduce the risk of losing this race against the clock. A race since the means used to make a company stand out technologically today are quickly obsolete if the competition can do better tomorrow. Here is a proposition of actions and steps SMEs can take to lay the ground for in-house open innovations programs to arise.

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
May 26th 2015 Biomedical

Quebec Photonics Network Rendez-Vous

Quebec Photonics Network Rendez-Vous

Nüvü Camēras attended the Quebec photonic Network meeting Tuesday, May 26 at Photon etc. The theme: Commercializing scientific innovation that has no market. The two companies work closely together in developing cutting-edge biomedical imaging solutions.

The richness of the exchanges during this event provided food for thoughts to participants, seeking to popularize innovation, to communicate it broadly, to confront business models apparently contradictory, to channel creativity, and manage innovation confidentiality, all in order to bring the most isolated invention in the eyes and to the benefit of the greatest number.

Nüvü Camēras positions itself in between sensitivity quest to meet the most demanding applications requirements, and leads its customers to new and highly sensitive imaging techniques.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
May 20, 2015 Astronomy

34th International Space Development Conference

34th International Space Development Conference

Nüvü Camēras participated at the International Space Development Conference in Toronto, hosted by the National Space Society and co-hosted by the Canadian Space Commerce Association. Nüvü™’s CEO Marie-Eve Ducharme attended The Space Innovation Business Summit during the event which builds on three related themes; Innovators, Funding Innovation and Innovation Markets.

Nüvü Camēras shared its expertise in faint flux imaging technology having accelerated their developments and the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of their instruments through various contracts to answer the needs of future space missions.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
May 5-7, 2015 OEM

7th China International Photoelectronic Exhibition

7th China International Photoelectronic Exhibition

Nüvü Camēras was present at the 7th China International Photoelectronic Exhibition (CIPE) in Beijing May 5th to 7th.

Beijing, China
March 6-8, 2015 Biomedical

2015 World Congress of Society for Brain Mapping & Therapeutics

Nüvü Camēras attended the 2015 World Congress of Society for Brain Mapping & Therapeutics at the L.A. Convention Center in March. Yoann Gosselin presented an improved neurosurgical microscope used in the removal of cancerous brain cells integrating an HNü camera.

Los Angeles, California, USA
February 7-12, 2015 Biomedical

Photonics West 2015

Photonics West 2015

Nüvü Camēras attended the Photonics West 2015 Conference, held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Thanks to its technology offering the most sensitive light detection solution to date, Nüvü Camēras opens the door to studying synaptic brain proteins behaviour. L’Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Québec and Photon Etc presented such results February 9th as part of the BIOS event. The system they introduced incorporates an HNü 512 Nüvü EMCCD camera to track the faintest fluorescent markers attached to synaptic proteins.

Hyperspectral imaging to monitor simultaneously multiple protein subtypes and live track their spatial dynamics

Nüvü Camēras and Photon etc. also presented a live remote demo at the Photon etc. booth (#941) during the Photonics West exhibition on February 10th and 11th from 10 am to 5 pm PST. Attendants were be able to control an HNü 512 mounted on a Photon etc. IMA hyperspectral imager, and test the camera performances while looking at various biological and material samples.

San Francisco, California, USA
November 24th 2014 Astronomy

TEDx Pôle Maisonneuve Conference

Olivier Daigle participated to the first TEDx Pôle Maisonneuve conference held Monday, Nov. 24 at the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium. Nüvü Camēras’ CTO has shared his innovative contribution to the photon detection race, helping to uncover new secrets carried by light particles, whether they come from outer space or biological sources, and how to extend Nüvü products availability worldwide. The presentation is available at the following link:

TedxPôleMaisonneuve – Olivier Daigle – Light, the infinitely distant to the infinitely close

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
October 15th 2014 Biomedical

Quebec Photonics Network annual meeting

Quebec Photonics Network annual meeting

Nüvü Camēras CEO Marie-Eve Ducharme was present at the Quebec photonics Network annual meeting to be held in Quebec. The meeting focused on establishing bridges between the medical and photonics industries with the development of new technologies.

Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
September 30th 2014 OEM

L’actualité’s 2014 SME Conference

L’actualité’s 2014 SME Conference

Tuesday, September 30th, Marie-Eve Ducharme, Nüvü Camēras CEO and co-founder, joined L’actualité’s 2014 SME Conference which was held at Fairmont Queen the Elizabeth. With other Quebec entrepreneurs, she answered the magazine’s question: “What does an entrepreneur need to meet current and future challenges to conquer new markets and create new business opportunities?”

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
September 26th 2014 Biomedical

Imagine Imaging Symposium

Nüvü Camēras was present for Sherbrooke Molecular Imaging Centre’s (CIMS) Imagine Imaging Symposium was held at the CIMS, associated to the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Sherbrooke, and the Delta Hotel in Sherbrooke.

Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
September 17th 2014 Biomedical

FRQS 50th anniversary

Québec’s Chief Scientist Rémi Quirion invited Olivier Daigle, CTO and co-founder of Nüvü Camēras, to present the advances in medical imaging based on space astronomy technologies at the Recherche intersectorielle : de l’infiniment grand à l’infiniment petit pour la santé de demain symposium. This event, to be held at the Montreal Science Centre on September 17, is part of the celebrations surrounding the 50th anniversary of the Fonds de recherche du Québec in Health (FRQS).

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
July 15th 2014 Astronomy

ISU Space Study Program: AMOOS project

René Jr. Landry, professor in Electric Engineering at l’École de technologie supérieure in Montréal, convened Nüvü Camēras’ CTO Olivier Daigle to attend and contribute to the AMOOS team project as part of the 27th International Space University Space Studies Program, held in Montréal from June 9th to August 8th. AMOOS, which stands for Autonomous Mission for On-Orbit Servicing, is a space debris reduction/removal project, and the attendance will also participate to a complete virtual mission to verify its viability.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
July 14-18, 2014 Biomedical

Montreal Light Microscopy Course 2014

Montreal Light Microscopy Course 2014

Nüvü Camēras has hosted a Lunch-N-Learn on the topic of “EMCCD Cameras: In vivo Fluorescence Quantification” during the 2014 edition of the Montreal Light Microscopy Course held at McGill University. The talk focused on fluorescence applications of EMCCD cameras in biomedical and medical research. Uniting graduate students, university professors, researchers and company representatives from the biomedical field, this course is widely regarded as a great success and enriching experience in learning about the wide spectrum of microscopy techniques in biomedical research.

MLMC 2014 Program

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
June 22-27, 2014 Astronomy

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2014

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2014

Nüvü Camēras attended the 2014 edition of SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation held at the Palais des Congrès in Montreal. Talks and poster sessions were given on the benefits of Nüvü’s cameras.

On June 22nd, Nüvü Camēras’ CTO, Olivier Daigle, hosted two talks: “EMCCDs, ten MHz, and beyond” and “Astronomical Imaging with EMCCDs using long exposures”. Also, Nassim Rousset, from General Electric, showcased his results on the “Comparison of EMCCD post-processing methods for photon counting flux ranges”.

EMCCDs: 10 MHz and beyond

Astronomical Imaging with EMCCDs using long exposures

Comparison of EMCCD post-processing methods for photon counting flux ranges

On the same day, Ashlee Wilkins, from the University of Maryland, has shared characterization results of Nüvü’s HNü 512 camera done with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.

Then, on June 23rd, Alan D. Scott from COM DEV presented potential space missions for EMCCD technology.

Candidate detector assessment for the CASTOR mission

On June 24th, Masayuki Akiyama, from the Tohoku University in Japan, shared his studies on a system aimed at analyzing galaxies in the early universe. He also showcased related developments with EMCCD technology.

TMT-AGE: wide field of regard multi-object adaptative optics for TMT

On June 25th, INO researcher Olivier Martin illustrated their application of Nüvü Camēras’ technology.

Pyramidal wavefront sensor demonstration at INO

Finally, on June 27th, Christian Marois presented his latest developments for exoplanet observation instrumentation using Nüvü Camēras’ technology.

MAPLE: reflected light on exoplanets with a 50-cm diameter stratospheric balloon telescope

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
May 28-30, 2014 Biomedical

Photonics North 2014

Photonics North 2014

Nüvü Camēras attended the 2014 edition of Photonics North to provide a spectrum of information on the new developments and advantages of its thermoelectric EMCCD cameras.

Results in biomedical research obtained with Nüvü Camēras’ technology were presented on Thursday the 29th.

MRI-guided Fiber Based Fluorescence Molecular Tomography for preclinical atherosclerosis imaging

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
May 25-27, 2014 Biomedical

IONS-NA 8

IONS-NA 8

Nüvü Camēras’ summer student Félix Thouin presented his research on Raman imaging during the last International OSA Network Students – North America (IONS-NA) meeting held at the Polytechnique School of Montreal.

Ultra Fast Raman Hyperspectral Imaging Using Bragg Tunable Filters and a High Performance EMCCD Camera

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
April 26-30, 2014 Biomedical

2014 OSA-Biomed

2014 OSA-Biomed

Molecular imaging results were presented by a student of Dr Yves Bérubé-Lauzières in collaboration with the CHUS and the NSERC. Nüvü Camēras’ ultra low noise EMCCD was used to provide the molecular imaging scanner with enhanced functionality and sensitivity. The improvement was remarkable.

Continuous wave optical scanner for small animal molecular imaging

Miami, Florida, USA
Aprl 15th 2014 Astronomy

MCFR luncheon with the Canadian Space Agency president

MCFR luncheon with the Canadian Space Agency president

Nüvü Camēras’ CEO and CTO Marie-Eve Ducharme and Olivier Daigle were invited to the Canadian Space Agency president General Walter Natynczyk speech, entitled A Strategic Vision for the Future of Canada in Space, at the The Montreal Council On Foreign Relations.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
February 15-19, 2014 Biomedical

Biophysical Society 58th Annual Meeting

Biophysical Society 58th Annual Meeting

Nüvü Camēras attended the Biophysical Society 58th Annual Meeting.

Raman imaging applications of Nüvü Camēras’ technology were presented by one of Nüvü Camēras’ student. The advantages of using EMCCD cameras in optical systems for Raman imaging were explained and demonstrated.

Ultra Fast Raman Hyperspectral Imaging Using Bragg Tunable Filters and a High Performance EMCCD Camera

San Francisco, California, USA
February 1-6, 2014 Biomedical

Photonics West 2014

Photonics West 2014

Nüvü Camēras attended the 2014 edition of SPIE Photonics West conference.

As part of the BiOS, a Nüvü Camēras’ student presented the advantages of using EMCCD cameras in Neurosurgery and Brain Imaging during 2 days exclusively devoted to biomedical optics.

Through-microscope spectroscopic excitation and emission for fluorescence molecular imaging as a tool to guide neurosurgical interventions

San Francisco, California, USA
October 23rd 2013 OEM

CPIC Photonic Packaging and Integration Workshop

The Canadian Photonic Industry Consortium invited Nüvü Camēras to introduce HNü’s ingenious cryogenic packaging. CEO Marie-Eve Ducharme and Mechanical Director Hervé Lavoie described its features to Canadian high tech camera makers.

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
June 3-5, 2013 Biomedical

Photonics North 2013

Photonics North 2013

Nüvü Camēras attended the 2013 edition of Photonics North to showcase its new line of thermoelectric EMCCD cameras.

Dr. Oleg Djazovski of the Canadian Space Agency presented a conference on the advantages of canadian EMCCD technology for future space instrumentation applications with Nüvü Camēras and University of Montreal as coauthors.

Electron-Multiplying CCDs for Future Space Instruments

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
February 19th, 2013 Biomedical

Optics-Photonics/Electronics Event

Nüvü Camēras attended the Optics-Photonics/Electronics Event held at the MiQro Innovation Collaborative Center to present its new line of EMCCD cameras. The HNü, Nüvü Camēras’ innovative thermoelectric-cooled EMCCD camera, is designed to provide top of the line low light imaging performance for applications ranging from astronomy all the way to biomedical research.

Bromont, Quebec, Canada
February 5-7, 2013 Biomedical

Photonics West 2013

Photonics West 2013

Nüvü Camēras attended the 2013 edition of the SPIE Photonics West conference for the launch of its new line of EMCCD cameras designed to provide accessible top of the line low light imaging performance.

A wide spectrum of information was provided at Nüvü Camēras booth regarding the radical innovations in EMCCD technology that are revolutionizing demanding low light imaging in astronomy thanks to the highest SNR for photon-starved applications.

San Francisco, California, USA
February 2-6, 2013 Biomedical

Biophysical Society 57th Annual Meeting

Biophysical Society 57th Annual Meeting

Nüvü Camēras attended the Biophysical Society 57th Annual Meeting for the launch of its new line of EMCCD cameras designed to provide accessible top of the line low light imaging performance.

Fluorescence-guided surgery enhancement techniques with new EMCCD developments were presented at the Meeting by Nüvü Cameras’ student.

How can the enhanced sensitivity and favourable noise characteristics conferred by electron multiplication improve fluorescence-guided surgery

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
February 2-3, 2013 Biomedical

BiOS 2013

BiOS 2013

Nüvü Camēras attended the 2013 edition of the BiOS conference for the launch of its new line of EMCCD cameras designed to provide accessible top of the line low light imaging performance.

Dr. Yves Bérubé-Lauzière from the Sherbooke University Hospital Centre also presented a conference on multimodal imaging techniques using Nüvü Camēras’ technology.

Ultra-high sensitivity detection of bimodal probes at ultra-low noise for combined fluorescence and positron emission tomography imaging

San Francisco, California, USA
July 9-20, 2012 Biomedical

Montreal Light Microscopy Course 2012

Montreal Light Microscopy Course 2012

Nüvü Camēras attended the 2012 edition of the Montreal Light Microscopy Course held at McGill University. Uniting graduate students, university professors, researchers and company representatives from the biomedical field, this course is widely regarded as a great success and enriching experience in learning about the wide spectrum of microscopy techniques in biomedical research.

A presentation was given by Nüvü Camēras to course attendees as part of a Lunch-N-Learn period entitled “EMCCD Cameras: Pushing the Limits of Low Light Biomedical Imaging”. The talk included an overview of modern digital imaging devices used in biomedical research and focused on the uses of EMCCD cameras for such applications.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
July 1–6, 2012 Astronomy

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation 2012

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation 2012

Nüvü Camēras, alongside the Canadian Space Agency and the University of Montreal, presented the most recent EMCCD developments and provided a wide spectrum of information regarding innovative EMCCD technology.

Olivier Daigle, Nüvü Camēras’ CTO held a presentation on his results characterizing the extreme sensitivity of the CCCP, while Tohoku University and the University of Sao Paulo presented different demanding applications requiring Nüvü Camēras’ top performance in EMCCD technology.

Characterization Results of EMCCDs for Extreme Low Light Imaging

Amsterdam, Netherlands
June 6–8, 2012 Biomedical

Photonics North 2012

Photonics North 2012

Hybrid-model imaging systems combining fluorescence and ultrasound were presented alongside Baoqiang Li of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering of École Polytechnique de Montréal. Nüvü Camēras highlighted various technological advances happening across the province and showcased at the Quebec booth.

Ultrasound Guided Fluorescence Tomography

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
April 25-27, 2012 OEM

Optics & Photonics International 2012

Uniting a wide variety of trade shows including Laser Expo, Lens Expo, Vision Japan, IR+UV Expo, Positioning Expo as well as Mebios Japan, this event gave an ideal opportunity to discover the very latest in modern optics, photonics and imaging technology. Nüvü Camēras was there to meet and discuss new applications for its EMCCD technology.

Yokohama, Japan
February 26–29, 2012 Biomedical

Biophysical Society 56th Annual Meeting

Biophysical Society 56th Annual Meeting

Single-molecule imaging results were presented alongside Dr. Paul Maddox of the Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer. Nüvü Camēras’ EM N2, an innovative and highly sensitive EMCCD camera, was used to observe specific behaviours of cancerous cells.

Improved Single-Molecule Imaging Based on Photon Counting with an EMCCD Camera

San Diego, California, USA
November 26th, 2011 OEM

CCA Cytometry and Microscopy Symposium 2011

A presentation intended to illustrate the various advantages of EMCCD technology with a focus on photon counting capabilities was given at the 2011 CCA’s Cytometry and Microscopy Symposium in Toronto entitled “EMCCD Cameras: New Developments and Applications”.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
October 2011 Biomedical

Seminar on Optics and Photonics Serving the Biomedical Industry at the National Optics Institute

Seminar on Optics and Photonics Serving the Biomedical Industry at the National Optics Institute

The EM N2’s various applications, advantages and benefits in the field of biomedical research were presented at the National Optics Institute.

Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
August 2011 Astronomy

Presentation of Nüvü Camēras technology at the International Space University

The Canadian Space Commerce Association presented Nüvü Camēras’ technology to the ISU’s Space Studies Program as one of the most promising Canadian technologies for applications in astronomy.

Illkirch-Graffenstaden, Alsace, France
July 2011 Biomedical

Microscopical Society of Canada’s Annual Meeting 2011

Several workshops were held to promote the applications, advantages and benefits of the EM N2 in biomedical research.

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
July 2011 Biomedical

Presentation of the EM N2 Camera to the McGill University Life Sciences Imaging Facility

Presentation of the EM N2 Camera to the McGill University Life Sciences Imaging Facility

The EM N2’s various applications, advantages and benefits in the field of biomedical research were demonstrated at the McGill University Life Sciences Imaging Facility.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
May – June 2011 Biomedical

Demonstration of the EM N2 Camera across Several Health Research Institutes

The EM N2’s various applications, advantages and benefits in the field of biomedical research were demonstrated across several health research institutes.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
March 2011 Astronomy

Presentation at the Canadian Space Agency

Presentation at the Canadian Space Agency

A presentation intended to illustrate the various advantages of Nüvü Camēras’ innovative technology was given at the Canadian Space Agency entitled “The Canadian EMCCD Solution for Low Flux Imaging”.

St-Hubert, Quebec, Canada
February 2011 OEM

Presentation at the National Research Council Canada Institute for National Measurement Standards

A presentation intended to illustrate the various advantages of Nüvü Camēras’ higher SNR technology was given at the National Research Council Canada Institute for National Measurement Standards entitled “The Best SNR Solution for Low Flux Imaging”.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
November 2010 Astronomy

Meeting at the Canadian Space Commerce Association entitled “The Next Breakthrough Space Technologies for Canada”

Meeting at the Canadian Space Commerce Association entitled “The Next Breakthrough Space Technologies for Canada”

Results illustrating the various advantages of Nüvü Camēras’ innovative technology for low light imaging was given at the Canadian Space Commerce Association entitled “The Darkest EMCCD Ever”. Nüvü Camēras also participated in the discussion panel.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
October 2010 Biomedical

Conference at the Sherbrooke University Hospital Centre

A presentation intended to illustrate the various advantages of Nüvü Camēras’ higher SNR technology was given at the Sherbrooke University Hospital Centre entitled “The Best SNR Solution for Low Flux Imaging”.

Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
August 2010 Biomedical

Conference at the Sainte-Justine University Hospital Centre

Conference at the Sainte-Justine University Hospital Centre

A presentation intended to illustrate the various advantages of Nüvü Camēras’ higher SNR technology was given at the Sainte-Justine University Hospital Centre entitled “The Best SNR Solution for Low Flux Imaging”.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada
June 27 – July 2, 2010 Astronomy

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation 2010

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation 2010

Olivier Daigle held a conference during the 2010 edition of SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation ,showcasing the breakthrough results acquired with the CCCP integrated into an EMCCD camera and tested at the Mont Mégantic Observatory.

The Darkest EMCCD Ever

San Diego, California, USA
June 23-28, 2008 Astronomy

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation 2008

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation 2008

The CCCP, a novel CCD controller for counting photons that greatly reduces clock-induced charges, a major source of noise for ultra low lighting imaging, was presented at the 2008 edition of the SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation conference.

CCCP: A CCD Controller for Counting Photons

Marseille, France
May 24–31, 2006 Astronomy

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation 2006

SPIE Astronomical Telescopes & Instrumentation 2006

Olivier Daigle presented his simulation results of an EMCCD camera operated in photon counting mode at the 2006 edition of the SPIE Astronomical Instrumentation conference.

Faint Flux Performance of an EMCCD

Orlando, Florida, USA