1. New partner in India

    New partner in India

    We are happy to announce that we have signed an agreement with the company Astute in Bangalore, India. 

    Astute (meaning Trust, Future) is a Technology Solution provider in the areas of Blockchain, IoT, Robotics, Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, 3D printing and Smart City Solutions.

    We are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration with successful marketing of our technical courses to engineers across India.   

  2. e-Learning Production Partnership with EdTech Studios

    e-Learning Production Partnership with EdTech Studios

    E-Learning being on all lips when talking about Continuing Education. We are happy to annouced new partnership with the experienced e-Learning production team of EdTech Studios in Torsås, Sweden.

  3. Releasing e-Learning Courses

    Releasing e-Learning Courses

    The long-term partnership between CEI-Europe and Professor Albert Theuwissen continues with the release of a three-part eLearning course on Correlated and Uncorrelated Noise in Imagers.


    Since the late nineties, CEI-Europe and Professor Albert J.P. Theuwissen have delivered courses for engineers, expanding knowledge in the areas of Digital Imaging, Image Sensors Technology, and Digital Camera Systems. Now, the longtime partners take another step by presenting courses in the eLearning format, making the access to obtain Dr. Theuwissen’s expertise readily available for a global audience.


    The three-part course begins with the section ”Introduction to Correlated and Uncorrelated Noise in Imagers”, wherein the difference between Correlated and Uncorrelated Noise is explained. The second part, ”Characterization of Noise in Dark”, covers the performance of Image Sensors in Dark. Th

  4. E-learning production

    E-learning production

    Exiting news!

    Our first E-learning course is now in production! See the introduction film on youtube!
    We have chosen the very popular course in 004 Hands-on Characterization of Solid-State Image Sensors, taught by Professor Albert Theuwissen. He is now in action at Pama Studios, Kristianopel/Sweden.

    We plan to go public with the course by March 2018 - more info will follow.