Nüvü Cameras is a world leader in ultra-sensitive imaging solutions. Their technology is being used in such diverse areas as space exploration, quantum physics, cancer treatment, drug development, and industrial applications.
ROMAN SPACE TELESCOPE MISSION 2025
In conjunction with ABB, Nüvü has been awarded a contract by Jet Propulsion Laboratory to put their signature EMCCD technology on the Nancy Grace Roman Telescope and capture the first space-borne images of planets outside our solar system. The launch is scheduled for 2025. Nüvü Chief Technology Officer Oliver Daigle will join us to discuss the mission and Nüvü's success.
With more than 40 publications and contributions to scientific conferences on electron-multiplying CCD technology (EMCCD), Olivier Daigle is recognized as a world leader in the field. He graduated in Electrical Engineering at the École de Technologie Supérieure and completed his Master's degree in astrophysics at the University of Montreal. His research then took the form of an industrial doctoral scholarship at the University of Montreal and the Université de Provence along with renowned exoplanet expert Prof. René Doyon. During his Ph.D., Olivier Daigle designed the technological secrets behind the performance of Nüvü Cameras products.