by Alvaro Jimenez, VLC Photonics
Photonic integration technology is developing fast, quickly moving from an emerging technology status to mass production level. Photonic integrated circuit (PIC) designs are getting more complex, and testing requirements are evolving fast for some application areas like transceivers, quantum, AI or LIDAR. This presentation will provide an overview of current trends from a design house perspective that has been involved in many customer projects and has collaborated with most of the current PIC ecosystem worldwide.
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Edmund Optics is networking drinks and lanyards sponsor of Photonic Integration Conference 2019
About Edmund Optics
Edmund Optics® (EO) is a leading manufacturer and distributor of precision optics, optical assemblies and image processing components with manufacturing facilities around the globe. EO has the world’s largest inventory of optical components for immediate delivery and offers products, standard or customized, for various industries.
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by Peter van Arkel, Berenschot
The Integrated Photonics Systems Roadmap – International (IPSR-I) sets the technological challenges of Integrated Photonics for the upcoming 15 years. The roadmap is a result of the merger of AIM Photonics (USA) IPSR and the output of Photon Delta’s World Technology Mapping Forum. The roadmap shows the consensus of 300 participants from over the globe on the future needs for the industry. Efficient development of the technology to meet market demands required alignment of the full ecosystem.
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Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland GmbH will exhibit at Photonic Integration Conference 2019
About Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland GmbH
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Hamamatsu Photonics is a leading manufacturer of devices for the generation and measurement of visible, infrared and ultraviolet light. These devices include photomultipliers, photodiodes, infrared detectors, image sensors, scientific cameras, and light sources.
Newport will exhibit at Photonic Integration Conference 2019
Newport is a brand within the MKS Instruments Light & Motion division.
The Newport product portfolio consists of a full range of solutions
including motion control, optical tables and vibration isolation
systems, photonics instruments, optics and opto-mechanical components.
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Ewit Roos, CEO of PhotonDelta, will speak about PhotonDelta and will provide you the latest insights from our ecosystem and progress on our technologies.
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PhotonDelta is lunch sponsor of the Photonic Integration Conference
PhotonDelta is a growing ecosystem in Europe, which covers a network of companies, knowledge institutes and governments that intensively co-operates for the last 25 years in the research, design, development and manufacturing of integrated photonics technologies and components.
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PHIX will exhibit at Photonic Integration Conference 2019
PHIX supplies the photonics industry with assembly and packaging services for Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs).
We are specialized in the hybrid integration of these chips and fiber arrays to create maximum functionality.
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Valencia Nanophotonics Technology Centre will exhibit at Photonic Integration Conference 2019
About Valencia Nanophotonics Technology Centre
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The Nanophotonics Technology Centre (NTC, www.ntc.upv.es) is a public research institute at the Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain (www.upv.es).
by Dr. Shourjya Sanyal, CEO, Think Biosolution
Optical elements such as light-pipes and lenses allow physical coupling of the PICs with the external environment. Optimal design is a critical part of the design for manufacturing (DFM) process and can deliver impact in terms of increasing both brightness of the source and signal to noise ratio of the optical sensor. One of the biggest challenges in photonic integrated circuits (PICs) is to design a system that continues interacting with the external environment without a loss of quality over time.
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