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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European Conference on Integrated Optics (ECIO) 2019 took place during April 24-26 in Ghent, Belgium.
Conference topics covered waveguide technology and platforms, devices and materials, integrated circuits and applications of photonic integrated circuits (PICs).
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Photonic Integration Conference welcomes Electro Optics as Media Partner. The conference takes place on October 1, 2019, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, during Photonics Applications Week.
About Electro Optics
Electro Optics is the leading resource for engineers involved in photonics business, technology and applications. Registered readers will have access to news of the latest technological developments, trends and opinions in the photonics industry as well as independent, in-depth editorial content. Electro Optics provides uncompromised, informed commentary and analysis on topics of interest to anyone involved in the photonics industry. Published 10 times per year, Electro Optics is available worldwide in print or digital formats.
In addition to the print and digital magazine, EONewsline and EOProductline are monthly email newsletters available at the request of our registered readers. Continue reading “Photonic Integration Conference welcomes Electro Optics as Media Partner”
Photonic Integration Conference welcomes Fibre Systems magazine as Media Partner
About Fibre Systems
Fibre Systems has been a trusted source of information for the optical communications industry since 2013. It covers the entire value chain from components, subsystems and network equipment manufacturers and distributors to network planners, systems integrators, operators and end users of fibre-optic networks worldwide. The most pressing issues that affect and shape the fibre-optic systems market are addressed, including technologies, applications, business and regulatory issues. Continue reading “Photonic Integration Conference welcomes Fibre Systems magazine as Media Partner”
New pilot line to be incubator of photonics multinationals in Eindhoven
Photonics is an emerging technology with a potential multitrillion market. Innovative small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are at the forefront of this development, but the R&D costs are prohibitive for them. That’s why 12 partners from northwestern Europe are creating an open access pilot line that will drastically reduce costs and time for the pilot production of new products. This new facility is projected to be the incubator of a thousand new companies and thousands of jobs. The 14 million euro project (OIP4NWE) is supported by the European Regional Development Fund and kicked off this week in Eindhoven. Continue reading “New pilot line to be incubator of photonics multinationals in Eindhoven”
Photonic Integration Conference welcomes Optical Connections as Media Partner. The Photonic Integration Conference takes place on October 1, 2019, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven.
About Optical Connections
Optical Connections has been providing the fibre optic community with the latest industry news and reports since 2011 via our website, monthly newsletter and now quarterly magazine. We provide coverage of market influencing technology advancements, commercial prospects, product developments and unique insight from our editorial team, making Optical Connections an essential source of information for our readers from across the industry. Continue reading “Photonic Integration Conference welcomes Optical Connections as Media Partner”
PHOTONIC-MRAM: from fundamentals to nanoscale engineering – Presented by Theo Rasing, Radboud University, at the Photonic Integration Conference 2018, which will take place on October 2, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The 21st century digital economy and technology is presently facing fundamental scaling limits (heating and the superparamagnetic limit) as well as societal challenges: the move to mobile devices and the increasing demand of cloud storage leads to an enormous increase in energy consumption of our ICT infrastructure. These developments require new strategies and paradigm shifts, such as photon- and spin-based technologies. Since the demonstration of All-Optical Switching (AOS) by a single 40 femtosecond laser pulse1, the manipulation of spins by ultra-short laser pulses has become a fundamentally challenging topic with a potentially high impact for future spintronics3,4, data storage and quantum computation2. AOS in principle provides an alternative and energy efficient approach to magnetic recording, but in order to turn AOS into a viable technology, a number of challenges have to be overcome, such as scaling the technique to the nanoscale5, and delivering the required light in an efficient manner. In this talk, recent progress in this direction will be discussed. Continue reading “PHOTONIC-MRAM: from fundamentals to nanoscale engineering – Presented by Theo Rasing, Radboud University”
Sharing PIC design innovation: bridging open source and business with Nazca Design – Presented by Ronald Broeke, Bright Photonics, at the Photonic Integration Conference 2018, which will take place on October 2, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
There has been a strong and long request in the PIC design community for better PIC design layout tooling. We believe that the answer is Nazca Design. Nazca puts design experience, efficiency and quality in the first place in stead of marketing and market share. Nazca is an open source PIC design platform that stimulates innovation by making PIC design accessible for everyone and making PIC design business possible for everyone at the same time. How is this possible…? Continue reading “Sharing PIC design innovation: bridging open source and business with Nazca Design – Presented by Ronald Broeke, Bright Photonics”
A use case of open source photonic-design tools on the path to an open photonics innovation hub for optical interconnects – Presented by Tolga Tekin, Fraunhofer IZM, at the Photonic Integration Conference 2018, which will take place on October 2, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
We exemplify the impact of open source photonic-design tool in H2020 L3MATRIX project for massive integration. Further, we present the learned lessons from FP7-flagship project on photonic interconnects and the path for the sustainment of the innovation in an photonic innovation hub. Continue reading “A use case of open source photonic-design tools on the path to an open photonics innovation hub for optical interconnects – Presented by Tolga Tekin, Fraunhofer IZM”