Industry

The emergence of standardized fabrication processes for photonics integrated circuits now allows for Small-to-Medium-scale Enterprises (SMEs) the ability to us “fabless” manufacturing processes, producing their batch products as part of a Multi-Project-Wafer (MPW) runs in a state-of-the-art 300mm semiconductor processing research fab at SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering. 

A partnership with AIM Photonics Academy allows large and small companies to contribute their expertise to the industry roadmap, identify the integrated photonics skillset they need and requisite training that would help develop an integrated photonics workforce, benefit from access to a skilled pool of students by sponsoring summer internships in integrated photonics, and design research projects for MIT’s Education and Practice Factory that train prospective students in hands-on manufacturing principles.

AIM Summer Academy

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Come to MIT the last week in July for intensive short courses on integrated photonics circuit design and fabrication.  

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Call for Proposals

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Participate in the AIM Photonics Academy Call for Proposals.  

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