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Areas of
Analog and Digital
VLSI Design
Biomedical Sensing



Wireless Sensor

Vision & Mission

The Integrated Intelligent Sensors (I2Sense, formerly Integrated Sensors, Intelligent Systems – ISIS) Laboratory vision is to "Create new views of our world that advance knowledge and well-being". To fulfill this important Vision the I2Sense lab (formerly ISIS lab) mission is to:

  • Become the focal point for advanced image sensor research, development and training in Alberta.
  • Create the environment necessary for Alberta to become an international leader in sensor design and integration.
  • Leverage its resource to enable others in academia and industry to advance their own technology frontiers and enlarge their economic and social potential.

To achieve this ambitious mission the I2Sense lab has brought together world class experts in  image / sensor design, low-power design, systems integration and information processing  The I2Sense lab builds on Alberta's existing imaging and microsystems research and infrastructure investments to establish end-to-end image and sensor design and integration capability.


The Integrated Intelligent Sensors (I2Sense, formerly Integrated Sensors, Intelligent Systems – ISIS) Laboratory was founded by Dr. Orly Yadid-Pecht, iCORE Professor and Fellow of the IEEE. See Dr. Yadid-Pecht's biography.

The research activities of the lab aim and focus on developing innovative design techniques and approaches to CMOS Imaging, Sensors, Image Processing and Micro and Nano systems. The technology is now finding applications in fields including biomedical, space, security, and the automotive sector.


Open Positions

Postdoctoral Opportunities in Bio-medical Systems and Sensors research available, Post-doctoral fellows (PDFs) looking for interesting state-of-the-art research in Biomedical Systems are encouraged to apply! Post-doctoral research associates in VLSI mixed analog-digital design, system integration, Wireless Sensor Networks, are strongly sought. For more information, visit our Open Positions Webpage.

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