ECIO covers research in the fields of modeling, design, fabrication, packaging and applications of Photonic ICs. It includes research on new and existing materials and devices and addresses a broad range of applications, including telecommunications, signal processing, bio-medicine, sensors and instrumentation.

  • Photonic ICs: design, fabrication, hybrid or monolithic approach
  • Active devices: Lasers, LEDs, VCSELs, array lasers, amplifiers, detectors
  • Nonlinear devices: wavelength converters, frequency mixers, signal regenerators
  • Polymer photonics including OLEDs
  • Plasmonic waveguides and devices
  • Characterization and testing of guided waves devices and circuits,
  • Packaging and Hybrid integration: flip-chip and bonding techniques, novel pigtailing and packaging technologies, microoptic benches
  • Applications: telecom and datacom, quantum communication, biophotonics, instrumentation and sensors, microwave applications, data storage, lighting and displays
  • Production technologies, foundry concepts and industrial exploitation
  • Nanophotonics, photonic crystal materials and devices, metamaterials
  • Materials and fabrication technologies for guided waves devices and quantum optical or opto-electronic structures
  • Modelling, theory and simulation of active and passive guided wave devices and quantum optical or opto-electronic structures
  • Passive devices: fibers, waveguides, (de)multiplexers, add-drop multiplexers, branching and mixing components, filters, microlenses, diffractive optical elements, isolators, polarizers etc.
  • Dynamic and functional devices : MEMS, switches, modulators, tunable devices, deflectors, optical buffers etc.
  • Silicon photonics
  • Membrane photonics and optomechanical devices
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