AIM Photonics Workshop and Leadership Council Meeting

Project Description

University of California, Santa Barbara
February 29 – March 1, 2016

The American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics), is an industry driven public-private partnership that focuses the nation’s premiere capabilities and expertise to capture critical global manufacturing leadership.

This workshop has been created for AIM partners and potential partners to learn more about the AIM program.

AIM Photonics at UCSB

Photo: Flickr Chuck Spidell

Photo: Flickr Chuck Spidell

February 29, 2016

Time Topic
10:00-10:05AM Welcome and Introductions – Rod Alferness
10:05-12:00PM AIM Program – Michael Liehr
11:45-12:15PM Regional Perspective – John Bowers
12:15-1:15PM Group Photo and Lunch
1:15-2:00PM System Perspective from Tier 1 Companies – TBD
2:00-2:45PM Roles & Needs of SMEs (Q&A format)
2:45-3:00PM Break
3:00-3:45PM AIM Academy Overview – Lionel Kimerling
4-5:00PM AIM Academy Strategic Planning with Academic Parters – M. Ofelia Aguirre
4-5:00PM Industry Workforce Needs Assessment Focus Groups – Kaufman, Lenaburg, Leak
SESSION B: KTMA/MCE Project Status Talks (CLOSED-NDA required)
3-3:30PM KTMAs – M. Watts
:30-3:40PM Datacom – Beausoleil and Bowers
3:40-3:50PM Analog RF Applications – Keith Williams, Fred Kish, Larry Coldren
3:50-4:00PM PIC Sensors – Guicheteau, King, Miller, Meinhardt
4:00-4:15PM PIC Arrays – Watts
4:15-4:45PM MCEs – Doug Coolbaugh
4:45-4:55PM EPDA – Goetz, Scarmozzino, Watts
4:55-5:05PM Epi Growth – Bowers
5:05-6:00PM Discussion – All
6-7:00PM Reception

Slides will be available after the event. 

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