Professor Wolfgang Freude is member of the Organising Committee for ECIO 2024

Wolfgang Freude received the Dipl.­Ing. (M.S.E.E.) and the Dr.­Ing. (Ph.D.E.E.) degrees in Electrical Engineering in 1969 and 1975 from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. He is Professor at the Institute of Photonics and Quantum Electronics and a Distinguished Senior Fellow, both at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

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Prospects and Applications of photonic neural networks

Is the title of the presentation by invited speaker Paul Prucnal, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Associated Faculty in the Princeton Institute of Materials (PRISM), Princeton University. Research in my group, the Lightwave Communications Laboratory, is focused on investigating ultrafast optical techniques with application to communication networks and signal processing. My graduate students and I are working on several exciting and innovative research projects, which benefit from close collaborations with government and industrial research laboratories.

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Photonic integration for microwave photonics systems

An invited speaker presentation by Antonella Bogoni, SSSA and Inphotec, Pisa (Italy). Professor at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, is one of the pioneers of the Integrated Research Center for Photonic Networks and Technologies created in Pisa in 2001 by Sant’Anna School and CNIT (National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications), where currently she is director of the CNIT National Laboratory on Photonic Networks and Technologies-PNTLab.

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Photonic Black-box Modules for Machine Intelligence

An invited speaker presentation by Volker Sorger, George Washington University (USA). He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the director of the Devices & Intelligent Systems Laboratory at The George Washington University. His research areas include devices & optoelectronics, AI/ML accelerators, mixed-signal ASICs, quantum matter & quantum processors, and cryptography.

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