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Coventor Joins AIM

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The American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics), a public-private photonics partnership, has welcomed semiconductor software developer Coventor Inc. as its newest member.

Coventor will provide access to its physics-driven 3D modeling technology to improve the performance and manufacturability of complex, integrated photonic designs.

“Tasked with fostering advanced research in integrated photonics to enable the United States to achieve global manufacturing leadership, AIM Photonics is building a membership that includes the country’s most innovative technology companies,” said Robert Duffy, chairman of AIM Photonics’ Leadership Council. “Each member brings vital expertise to the initiative. Coventor’s process modeling capabilities are strategic to our success and will help ensure the manufacturability of photonic designs produced in the United States.”

AIM Photonics, managed by SUNY Polytechnic Institute, was established in 2015 as part of the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation, a federal initiative designed to foster innovation and deliver new capabilities that can ultimately create a nationwide manufacturing infrastructure for integrated photonics.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2017
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