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Our researcher Mr. Miltiadis Moralis-Pegios successfully defended his PhD thesis on "Silicon-based Photonic Integrated Circuits and High-Capacity Switching Systems for DataCenters Interconnects" on June 11th 2020.

WinPhoS Research Group had a strong technical presence (remotely) in CLEO2020 with 3 papers!

Our contributed talks & papers covered a great variety of technical subjects such as:

  • Neuromorphic photonics
    • Photonic Recurrent Neural Networks with Gating Circuit (JTU2C.8)
  • Integrated photonic memories
    • Non-volatile integrated photonic memory using GST phase change material on a fully etched Si3N4/SiO2 waveguide (STh3R.4)
  • Integrated plasmo-photonic biosensors
    • Plasmonic-assisted Mach-Zehnder Interferometric photonic sensor using aluminum waveguides (JTh2B.12)

Find more on the Conference Proceedings.

Theoni Alexoudi and Nikos Pleros from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and George Kanellos from University of Bristol describe how the energy consumption, speed and size of optical Random Access Memory (RAM) and flip-flop memory has been transformed over the past 25 years. Their review article entitled "Optical RAM and integrated optical memories: a survey", has been just published in Springer Nature Light: Science & Applications. You can read the full article here: https://rdcu.be/b4ofh

Our researcher Mr. Stelios Pitris successfully defended his PhD thesis on "Silicon Photonics for Routing and Transceiver Systems in WDM Chip-to-Chip Optical Interconnects" on May 21st 2020.

Contact Us

  • Wireless and Photonic Systems and Networks Research Group
  • Balkan Center, Building A
  • 10th klm Thessalonikis - Thermis
  • 57001 - Greece
  • +30 2310 990588
  • +30 2310 990589

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