AIM Photonics fall meeting attendees tackle plans for making computer chips with integrated optical devices and developing a regional workforce.
Santa Barbara’s Independent highlights IEEE Photonics Society’s October event “Introduce a Girl to Photonics Week.”
AIM Photonics Institute is holding a Fall Technical Meeting October 31 – November 2, 2016. All photonics professionals and students are invited to attend.
As part of the Integrated Photonic Systems Roadmap Webinar Series, there are two upcoming webinars on October 20, 2016, and November 17, 2016.
Register now for the Photonics Summit and Workshop on Unifying Electronic and Photonic Design in a Single Platform, October 19 – 20, 2016.
October 1st to 9th, UCSB’s Photonics Society encourages local photonics women to give talks and lead tours at their companies as part of Women in Photonics Week.
As we move forward with our efforts in identifying workforce needs and skill gaps, we will be publishing our findings on our reports page.
The 2017 Call for Proposals is now open and extended to all AIM Photonics members. White Paper due Sept 19th. Full proposal due Oct 24th.
UCSB’s IEEE Photonics Society student chapter president, Eric Stanton, created a photonics mini-course starting Sept 24th, for underrepresented minorities and first-generation college-bound students.
Summer research internship students and industry professionals share questions and insights over dinner.