Prototyping PICs for Applications Beyond Datacom

Jan 12, 2023
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Various types of silicon photonic technologies are available for prototyping or proof-of-concept research. While photonic integrated circuits (PICs) have an established market for datacom and telecom applications, their capability extends to biomedical applications, quantum computers, precision navigation and timing, lidar, and more. Fahrenkopf reviews the unique challenges that the different application spaces have and how foundries are addressing these issues.

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About the presenter

Nicholas FahrenkopfNicholas Fahrenkopf, Ph.D., is an engineering manager for the Research Foundation for SUNY, overseeing research and development projects for AIM Photonics, one of nine manufacturing innovation institutes established by the U.S. Department of Defense. He earned a doctorate in nanoengineering and nanobioscience from the University at Albany, State University of New York.
photonic integrated circuitsPICsbiomedicallidarquantum
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