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Some of the remaining challenges for Silicon Photonics

Some of the remaining challenges for Silicon Photonics
Some of the remaining challenges for Silicon Photonics
Silicon Photonics technology is unrecognisable from the state of the art only ten short years ago. The performance of silicon photonics technology has outstripped expectations, and led to a plethora of new applications areas. However, key work is still required. This paper discusses some of the remaining challenges, and some of the Southampton Group's proposed solutions.
Reed, G.T.
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Reed, G.T.
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Reed, G.T. (2015) Some of the remaining challenges for Silicon Photonics. 2nd International Conference on Opto-Electronics and Applied Optics (IEM OPTRONIX 2015). 15 - 17 Oct 2015. 1 pp . (doi:10.1109/OPTRONIX.2015.7345510).

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Silicon Photonics technology is unrecognisable from the state of the art only ten short years ago. The performance of silicon photonics technology has outstripped expectations, and led to a plethora of new applications areas. However, key work is still required. This paper discusses some of the remaining challenges, and some of the Southampton Group's proposed solutions.

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Published date: 3 December 2015
Venue - Dates: 2nd International Conference on Opto-Electronics and Applied Optics (IEM OPTRONIX 2015), 2015-10-15 - 2015-10-17

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