The Medipix technology is one of CERN’s most successful knowledge transfer cases. Each collaboration has triggered a significant number of commercial activities in widely differing application areas. Medical imaging, space dosimetry, education, and material analysis just to mention a few. Moreover, the industrial partners and license holders commercialising the Medipix technology range from established enterprises to start-up companies. Thus, the technology is contributing to value creation, not only in its application areas, but also through business creation.

Discover the collaborations

The Medipix1 collaboration was formed in the 1990's when the potential of the new technology to provide noise-free single-photon counting was demonstrated.
The Medipix3 Collaboration was formed in 2005 to develop the Medipix3 chip and the Timepix3 chip: now permitting colour imaging and dead time free operation.
The Medipix2 Collaboration was formed in 1999 with the aim of developing a single photon counting pixel detector readout chip using a 0.25 μm CMOS process.
The Medipix4 Collaboration was launched in 2017. The aim is designing pixel read-out chips fully prepared for TSV processing that may be tiled on all four sides.

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Michael Campbell

Michael Campbell

For questions related to the collaborations.

Rita Pinho

Knowledge Transfer Officer
For questions related to licensing.