Silicon integrated photonics for future “computing”

Joyce Poon

Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany

Silicon integrated photonics for future “computing”

Abstract

As the demands and forms of computers evolve, new hardware is needed to realize different types of computing interfaces. Foundry silicon photonics leverages the maturity of microelectronics manufacturing to fabricate photonic integrated circuits. Today, silicon photonics is mostly used in the short-wave infrared spectrum for optical communications. I will discuss how foundry silicon photonics in the visible spectrum can be an enabling technology for future computing, addressing applications such as displays, neural implants, and quantum computing.

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