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3rd Annual CNS Nanotechnology Symposium

Nanophotonics - From Discovery to Systems

Friday, July 7, 2006, 8:30 am- 5:00 pm

700 & 701 Clark Hall, Cornell University

A one-day symposium organized by the Center for Nanoscale Systems, focused on scientific challenges and engineering opportunitiesNanophotonics. Attendance at the symposium is open to all and admission is free of charge.

Future of Optical Data Communications

  • "Emerging Applications for Opto-Electronics," Arpad A. Bergh, OIDA  Dowload PDF
  • " Internal Optical Interconnects in Next Generation High-Performance Servers," Jeffery Kash, IBM Video and Slides

Optoelectronics Devices and Interconnects

  • " Nanostructured Optics and Optoelectronics for Dense Optical Interconnects," David Miller, Stanford University Video and Slides
  • " Photonic Integration and the Digital Optical Network," David Welch, Infinera  Video and Slides

Photonic Crystal Devices

  • " CMOS Integrated Nano-Photonics as a Commercial Technology," Eli Yablonovitch, UCLA Video and Slides
  • " Recent Progress of Photon Manipulation by Photonic Crystals," Susumu Noda, Kyoto University
  • " Silicon Integrated Nanophotonics - advances and challenges," Yurii Vlasov, IBM Video and Slides

Novel Optical Fibers

  • " Multimaterial Multifunctional Fibers," Yoel Fink, MIT  Video and Slides
  • " Photonic Band-Gap Fibers: Silica Nanowire-Array Waveguides," Karl Koch, Corning Video and Slides
  • " Manufacturing of Microstructure Optical Fiber," Ryan Bise, OFS Laboratories Video and Slides
In addition there will be a poster session with a complete overview of the latest progress in all CNS research thrusts on nanomagnetics, nanoelectronics, nanophotonics and nano-characterization. CNS faculty, students and post-docs involved in the research projects will be available for discussion during the lunch break.

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