Brookman Technology, Inc., was started in Hamamatsu, Japan in 2006 as Brookman Lab, Inc., by leading expert for CMOS image sensor; Dr. Shoji Kawahito, a Professor in Electrical Engineering at Shizuoka University. Since then, we have been working on many kinds of CMOS Analog and Mixed Signal IC design. Particularly, we specialize in the design of advanced CMOS Image Sensors for a wide range of applications. br> Even though we have already had technical expertise, we still strive to pursue leading design, skill and technology. Because, Brookman Technology is challenging and seeking to the field, where nobody can achieve, and where nobody has done before.
Chairman, CTO Shoji Kawahito Ph.D.
Received Dr. Eng. degree from Tohoku University, JP.
Associate Professor, Toyohashi University of Technology, JP.
Visiting Professor, ETH, Zurich.
Professor, Research Institute of Electronics, Shizuoka University, JP.
Cofounder and CTO, Brookman Lab Inc. (Presently, Brookman Technology, Inc.)
Received IEEE Fellow
Representative Director, Chairman & CTO
President, CEO Satoshi Aoyama Ph.D.
Received M.E. degree from Osaka University, JP.
Joined the Semiconductor and Integrated Circuits Division, Hitachi Ltd.
Visiting Researcher, University of Oxford, UK.
Joined Brookman Lab.(Presently, Brookman Technology, Inc.)
Received Ph.D. degree from Shizuoka University, JP.
- Company Name
- Brookman Technology, Inc.
- February 14, 2006
- Chairman, CTO
- Shoji Kawahito
- President, CEO
- Satoshi Aoyama
- Capital Amount
- JPY:10 million (Aug. 2021)
- Head Office
125 Daikumachi, Nakaku, Hamamatsu, 430-0936, Japan
[ ACCESS ]
- 31 (Sept. 2021)
"●" describes "People", "Lens", or "Analog".
"■" expresses "Pixel", "Image Sensor", or "Digital".
We simply attach our mind to polish up each single pixel and each single circuit in a massive chip. This is because we are pursuing the ultimate sensor coming up to the human eye, or more than that.
It is stated that a central space of the symbol formed with "●" and "■" signifies an unlimited potential for our business and technology.