Polymer PICs offer a new and exciting platform for the industry – Presented by Michael Lebby, Lightwave Logic, at the Photonic Integration Conference, Sep 26, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The talk will focus on the explosive growth of integrated photonics both in datacenters, telecom as well as non-communications applications, especially from a market standpoint. New PIC technologies such as Polymer based PICs will be discussed along with incumbent technologies such as InP, and new platforms such as Silicon Photonics.
About Michael Lebby
Presently, Michael (linkedin.com/in/lebby) is driving new frontiers in the integrated photonics field as: CEO and Board Director, Lightwave Logic (LWLG:OTCQB). Michael is also Visiting Professor at Glyndwr University in Wales, UK where he contributes to the European Commission’s programs and pilot lines in integrated photonics. With over 450 issued international patents in photonics, Michael has been cited by the USPTO to be in the most prolific 75 inventors in the country from 1988-1997. Michael is a Fellow member of IEEE and OSA Continue reading “Polymer PICs offer a new and exciting platform for the industry – Presented by Michael Lebby, Lightwave Logic”
Dr. Lebby: Polymer Photonics to Challenge Incumbent Indium Phosphide
Lightwave Logic, Inc. (OTCQB: LWLG), a technology company focused on the development of Next Generation Photonic Devices and Non-Linear Optical Polymer Materials Systems for applications in high speed fiber-optic data communications and optical computing, announced today that Dr. Michael Lebby, one of the foremost opinion leaders in the photonics industry and board member of the Company addressed industry executives both at the PIC (Photonic Integrated Circuit) conference in Eindhoven, South of the Netherlands on September 23, 2015, and the data center symposium at ECOC organized by Phoxtrot – the European funded consortium on data centers in Valencia, Spain on September 29, 2015. Continue reading “Polymer Photonics to Challenge Incumbent Indium Phosphide”
On September 23rd, High Tech Campus Eindhoven was the host to over 100 leading photonics integration specialists from 12 countries. They met to take stock of the story so-far and discuss the next expansion phases for an industry that’s becoming the backbone technology of today’s Internet. Light has replaced copper as datacenters ramp up to cope with bandwidth demands when global sales exceed 1 billion smartphones a year.
Integrated photonics will scaleup
Today, ICT is responsible for about 4% of the world energy consumption. Recent studies indicate a rise to 8% by 2025. The steadily rising cost of energy and the need to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions raises important questions. What role can ICT play in general, and optical technologies in particular? Continue reading “Photonics – Accelerating the Brainport Lead”
Insights from Michael Lebby, CEO OneChip Photonics Corporation, the keynote speaker at the Photonics Integration Conference
Michael Lebby has always been very optimistic that integrated photonics will scaleup, creating business opportunities for many companies. Earlier this year, he was actively involved in assembling California’s bid, led by the University of Southern California, to host the new US integrated photonics manufacturing institute. So we asked him to share some insights into why this is an important time for the industry. Continue reading “Building Big Business with the Next Generation Integrated Circuits!”
“PIC: the next generation IC…”, Presented by Michael Lebby, OneChip Photonics Corporation
Semiconductors that emit, detect, and manage light have evolved to become a mature photonics technology for advanced products today that range from laser based systems such as DVD and Blu-ray consumer products to high performing solar cell systems that power satellites and remote solar farms, and to the communications engines inside huge datacentres that power the internet. Continue reading ““PIC: the next generation IC…”, Presented by Michael Lebby, OneChip Photonics Corporation”