SEMI Northeast Chapter presents:
Thursday, October 12, 2017
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Integrated photonics allow designers and manufacturers to put thousands of photonic components (such as lasers, detectors, waveguides, modulators, electronic controls, and optical interconnects) together on a single chip, allowing capabilities that were not previously possible. Photonics is used in a wide range of applications including: telecommunications, laser based radar, Datacom, sensing, and many others. It currently powers the Internet as we know it today, provides significant reduction in size, weight, and power while dramatically improving performance and reliability.
Our speakers and panel of experts will discuss the opportunities and challenges in pursuing this emerging technology, the implications of increased data transfer, the unmet needs, and the supply chain scale up required to make it happen.
|10:30am||Welcome and Introductions|
Cristina Chu, Director, Business Development and Sales Operations, TEL / NEXX Systems
Chair, SEMI Northeast Committee
Frank Tolic, Chief Marketing Officer, AIM Photonics; SEMI Northeast Committee
Ed White, Corporate Outreach, SUNY Polytechnic Institute; Chairman, National Photonics Initiative
|Dr. Michael Watts, President & CEO, Analog Photonics; Associate Professor, EECS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
Silicon Photonics: Challenges and Opportunities
|Shane Pudvah, Sales Engineer|
|Ajey Jacob, Principle Member Technical Staff, Office of CTO|
|Loucas Tsakalakos, Manager, Photonics Laboratory|
GE Global Research
|Peter Goetz, Research Engineer|
Naval Research Lab
|1:30pm||Tour of CNSE facilities||Contact email@example.com to participate|
For questions and sponsorship opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To participate in the CNSE tour, please contact email@example.com Attendees can access a SEMI Preferred Rate at the Hampton Inn/Albany on Western Ave. Please contact the hotel directly for reservations.