TOM1: Silicon Photonics and Guided-Wave Optics


G t reed

Graham Reed
University of
Southampton (UK)

Pavel cheben Pavel Cheben
National Research
Council Canada (CN)



The focus of this topical meeting is to explore new trends and applications, particularly, in the field of silicon photonics, but also in guided-wave optics and related areas. The applications range from devices for data centre applications to Mid Infrared (MIR) sensing. New developments on fibre and planar waveguide lasers, fibre non-linearities, nanophotonic materials and devices will also be welcome.





Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • design, simulation, modelling and fabrication of optical interconnects

  • optical on chip routing architectures and technologies and related design concepts for high speed

  • low power photonic integrated circuits (PICs)

  • CMOS-compatible optical sources and detectors

  • optimization of light emission and absorption for data processing using materials such as SiGe, SiN, TaO5, III/IVs, etc.

  • advanced monolithic and hybrid processing techniques for the fabrication of photonic structures

  • devices and strategies for the advancement of PICs in silicon and other materials, including advances in testing and packaging



Program Committee

Inigo Molina Fernandez, University of Malaga (ES)

Laurent Vivien, Université Paris Saclay (FR)

Hon-Ki Tsang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (HK)

Hong Wang, NTU, Singapore (SG)

Milan Milosevic, University of Southampton (UK)

Andrew Knights, McMaster University (CA)

Dr Jason Png, A*Star (Singapore)