AIM Photonics Implementing Photonics Integration

Project Description

The Microphotonics Center at MIT
December 7-8, 2015

Manufacturing supply chain coordination is a critical element for the pervasive implementation of integrated photonics across a range of information, control and sensing applications. What are the key nodes in the supply chain? What are the important challenges at each node? What are the timelines for implementation?

The Microphotonics Center at MIT

Photo: MIT Microphotonics Center


Sunday December 6, 2015

Time Topic
12:30PM Registration – Chipman Room, 6-104
SESSION 1: SHORT COURSES
1:00PM Integrated Silicon Photonics Short Course – Jurgen Michel, MIT
2:50PM Break
3:10PM Photonic Design Automation Short Course – Robert Scarmozzino, Synopsys

Monday December 7, 2015

Time Topic
8:15AM Registration & Light Breakfast – E14-674
8:50AM Welcome – Richard Grzybowski, MACOM
8:55AM Meeting Success Factors – Lionel Kimerling, MIT
SESSION 2: THE PHOTONIC SYSTEM MANUFACTURING ROADMAP
9:05AM Data Center Emulator – Bob Pfahl, iNEMI
9:10AM IoT Emulator – Richard Grzybowski, MACOM
9:15AM Platform Cost Modeling – Elsa Olivetti and Randolph Kirchain, MIT
9:25AM Monolithic Integration – Lionel C. Kimerling, MIT
9:45AM Packaging of Electronic Photonic Systems – Bill Bottoms, 3MTS
10:05AM Interconnection – John MacWilliams, Bishop Assoc.
10:25AM Assembly and Test – Richard Otte, Promex Industries
10:45AM Break
11:00AM OSA Workshops on Integrated Photonics – Tom Hausken, OSA
11:20AM ITRS 2015 : Challenges for Integrating Photonics with ICS – Michael Garner, ITRS Outside System Connectivity TWG
11:40AM DoD System Needs for Integrated Photonics – Paul Juodawlkis, Lincoln Labs
12-1:30PM Attendee Lunch
Microphotonics Center Industry Board Meeting
SESSION 3: INTEGRATED PHOTONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION
1:30PM Electronic-Photonic Design Automation within AIM Photonics – Michael Watts, AIM Photonics
1:45PM A Virtuoso-enabled EPDA framework – Jonas Fleuckiger, Lumerical
2:00PM Photonic Design and Simulation Solutions – Rob Scarmozzino, Synopsys
2:15PM Photonic Design and Simulation Solutions – Wim Boegarts, Luceda Photonics, Ghent University
2:30PM Design for Manufacturing – Duane Boning, MIT
2:45PM Break
3:00PM Roadmap Workshop Assignment and Procedures – Bill Bottoms, 3MTS, and Robert Pfahl, iNEMI
5:30PM Networking Reception

Tuesday December 8, 2015

Time Topic
8-9:00AM AIM MCE/KTMA Meeting – E14 Silverman Skyline
8:15AM Registration and Light Breakfast
SESSION 4: PRIORITY TECHNOLOGY TARGETS
9:00AM Keynote: Silicon Photonics R&D and Manufacturing on 300mm Platform – Frederic Boeuf, ST Microelectronics
9:25AM Keynote: Low-operating-energy directly modulated lasers on Si – Shinji Matsuo and Takaaki Kakitsuka, NTT
9:50AM Keynote: Cost, COBO and Clouds – Bradley Booth, Microsoft
10:20AM Break
SESSION 5:VISION FOR MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE
10:30AM Photonics Systems Manufacturing Roadmap TWG Workshop reports: Needs, gaps, and potential solutions
12:00PM Meeting Closing
AIM Photonics – Michael Liehr, SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Meeting Summary – Lionel Kimerling, MIT
12:15-1:30PM Attendee Lunch – E14 Winter Garden
12:15-3:00PM AIM Photonics Institute Executive Team Meeting – E14 Silverman Skyline
1:30-5:00PM Professional Development Sessions: Preparing for Careers in Industry – Bill Lindstaedt, UCSF, Chipman Room 6-104

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