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A number of notable industry leaders who contributed to the IPSR-I touch upon key findings such as the potential of PICs to shape the future for a better society and how the IPSR-I contributes towards this. Our goal is to provide a better understanding of the opportunities that lay ahead of us with this technology and what is needed to achieve mass-adoption on a global scale. 

  • Lionel Kimerling, Thomas Lord Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, MIT

  • Prof. Ton Backx, Eindhoven University of Technology

  • Akira Okada, Vice president, Head of NTT Device Technology Labs

  • Rob Stone, Technical Sourcing Manager, Facebook

  • Eamonn Murphy, Engineering Directorate, European Space Agency

  • Cees Ronda, Research Fellow, Senior Director at Royal Philips

Date: 12/10/2020

Date: 2/21/2017

Dr. Lionel C. Kimerling discusses the grand challenges and key needs for commercially viable, high-volume manufacturing of photonic-enabled functionality.

  • The platform learning curve carries huge leverage

  • System function is the critical path

  • Everything gets better with integration

  • Manufacturing is the key advantage

Date: 12/10/2019


Date: 8/24/2017

This webinar addresses the findings of the IPSR Assembly Technology Working Group (TWG), starting with assembly related design needs and including assembly processes (e.g., semiconductor wafer backgrounding, wafer singulation, die attach processes, etc.) 


Date: 8/10/2017


This talk presented a progress report on the development of a roadmap for Integrated Photonic Sensors Manufacturing. 

Presenter: William Green (IBM)

This talk will review the development and performance of a cost-elective silicon photonic trace gas sensing platform, which leverages silicon photonic waveguide and packaging technologies to perform on-chip evanescent field spectroscopy of methane.

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