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Spring 2017 AIM Photonics Roadmap Meeting

Reed, Silicon MZI Modulators

Graham Reed, professor and deputy directory of the Optoelectronics and Research Centre at the University of Southampton, gave a  keynote address at the Spring 2017 AIM Photonics Roadmap Meeting, "Silicon MZI Modulators: History and Future."

Zhou, Transfer Printing for Photonic Integration

Weidong Zhou, professor of electrical engineering at the University of Texas Arlington, gave a paper at the Spring 2017 AIM Photonics Roadmap Meeting titled, "Transfer Printing for Heterogeneous Photonic Integration."

Moskowitz, Manufacturing       

Ira Moskowitz, Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Program at Mass Tech Collaborative spoke at the AIM Photonics Spring 2017 Meeting on Manufacturing: A Confluence of Tools, Technology, and People.

Modali, Perceptual Computing

Intel senior director Prasad Modali spoke at the AIM Photonics Spring 2017 Meeting about perceptual computing.

Smit, Photonic Integrated Circuits

Meint Smit from Eindhoven University of Technology gave a talk at the AIM Photonics Spring 2017 Meeting titled, "Photonic Integrated Circuits: How Foundries Transform Prototyping."

Michel, Germanium EAM Modulators

MIT senior research scientist Jurgen Michel spoke at the Spring 2017 AIM Photonics Roadmap Meeting gave a presentation titled, "Germanium EAM Modulators: Commercial Deployment and Future."

Sorger, Scaling Vectors for Electro Optic Modulators

George Washington University's Volker Sorger gave a presentation at the AIM 2017 Spring Roadmap Meeting titled, "Scaling Vectors for Electro Optic Modulators."

Fall 2016 AIM Photonics Roadmap Meeting

Kimerling, Fall Meeting Context and Expectations

AIM Photonics Academy Executive Director Lionel Kimerling giving introductory remarks at the Fall 2016 AIM Photonics Meeting.

Liu, Waveguide Integration of Ge Photodetectors

Dartmouth associate professor Jifeng Liu gave a paper at the Fall 2016 AIM Photonics Roadmap Meeting, "Waveguide Integration of Germanium Photodetectors."

Sorger, Si-Photonics Hybrid Integration

George Washington University's Volker Sorger gave a talk at the Fall 2016 AIM Photonics Roadmap Meeting titled, "Emerging Materials for Silicon-Photonics Hybrid Integration."

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