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SPRING 2003 Seminar/Public Lecture Series
Topics in International Advanced Technology Research
Photonic Interconnects: On-chip and Chip-to-System Photonics

April 3rd through May 29th, 2003
Every Thursday, 4:15 - 5:30 pm
Free to the Public
Stanford University, Terman Auditorium (Directions)
Instructor: Richard Dasher (rdasher at stanford dot edu)
* Available to Stanford students for one-unit credit as EE 402S, Topics in International Advanced Technology Research. (Register under EE 402S in Axess.)* Syllabus

Broadcast live via SITN (Stanford Instructional Television Network)
Streaming videos available online to registered students via SCPD

The US-ATMC wishes to recognize major support for this series from:
Stanford Photonics Research Center | Compaq Japan | KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Most speaker slides are in pdf format. Please click on the left button to download a free copy of the latest version of Acrobat Reader in order to correctly display the slides.

Schedule of Speakers






David Miller
W. M. Keck Foundation Professor of Electrical Engineering;
Co-Director, Stanford Photonics Research Center,
Stanford University

Optics Joined with Silicon?

Masao Fukuma
Vice President of Laboratories
NEC Corporation

Future optoelectronic devices for communications and interconnections: a perspective
(Some slides are intentionally left blank for proprietary reasons)
4/17 Hugo Thienpont
Professor & Director of Research, Laboratory of Photonics
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Optical Interconnects to Silicon Chips

Slides (part 1)
Slides (part 2)
Slides (part 3)

Each file ~2 mb

4/24 Keith Goossen
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Delaware
On the Era of the First Foray of Dense Parallel Optical Communication into the Commercial Arena - a Technology Perspective

Don Gardner
Senior Research Engineer, Microprocessor Research Lab
Intel Corporation

Silicon-based Light Emitting Devices for Optical Links

Note: This set of slides are in html format.

5/8 Ravindra A. Athale
Photonics Program Manager
Optical Interconnect: How far will it go?

Slides (part 1)
Slides (part 2)
Slides (part 3)

5/15 David Plant
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
McGill University
Optical Interconnects at the Chip and
Board Level: Challenges and Solutions

Hideyuki Takahara
Photonic Interconnection Research Group, Microsystems Integration Laboratories

Optoelectronic Packaging Trends in Japan

Stanford Panel with Professors:
Krishna Saraswat of EE
Yoshio Nishi of EE & Director of Stanford Nanofabrication Facility
Mark Horowitz of EE

Joe Goodman of EE

Photonics in ULSI-based Systems: Challenges and Approaches

Class Announcements
Saraswat Slides
Nishi Slides
Horowitz Slides
Goodman Slides

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