IMPLEMENTING PHOTONIC INTEGRATION


  • MIT Media Lab, E14, 6th Floor 75 Amherst Street Cambridge, MA, 02142 United States

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6
12:30p Registration (Chipman Room, 6-104)

SESSION I: SHORT COURSES
Two expert practitioners give student, faculty and industry participants a basic
understanding of the physics, materials, devices and design methodology of integrated
photonics. Maximum 50/course. Student travel support is available.
1:00p Integrated Silicon Photonics, Jurgen Michel, MIT
2:50p Break
3:10p Photonic Design Automation, Robert Scarmozzino, Synopsys

MONDAY, DECEMBER 7
8:15a Registration and Light Breakfast (E14-674)
8:50a Welcome Richard Grzybowski, MACOM
8:55a Meeting Success Factors Lionel Kimerling, MIT

SESSION II: THE PHOTONIC SYSTEM MANUFACTURING ROADMAP
Official release of the NIST AMTech Manufacturing Roadmap for Integrated Photonics
with supporting contributions from ITRS, OSA and DoD.
Session Chair: Robert Pfahl, iNEMI
PSMC TWG and PEG Reports
9:05a Data Center Emulator: Bob Pfahl, iNEMI
9:10a IoT Emulator: Richard Grzybowski, MACOM
9:15a Platform Cost Modeling: Elsa Olivetti and Randolph Kirchain, MIT
9:25a Monolithic Integration: Lionel C. Kimerling, MIT
9:45a Packaging of Electronic Photonic Systems: Bill Bottoms, 3MTS
10:05a Interconnection: John MacWilliams, Bishop Assoc.
10:25a Assembly and Test: Richard Otte, Promex Industries

10:45a Break

Session Chair: Alan Evans, Corning
11:00a OSA Workshops on Integrated Photonics
Tom Hausken, OSA
11:20a ITRS 2015: Challenges for Integrating Photonics with ICs
Michael Garner, ITRS Outside System Connectivity TWG
11:40a DoD System Needs for Integrated Photonics
Paul Juodawlkis, Lincoln Labs

12-1:30p Attendee Lunch (E14-Winter Garden)
Microphotonics Center Industry Consortium Board Meeting (E14-
Silverman Skyline)

SESSION III: INTEGRATED PHOTONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION
Define the status, next steps and goals for developing the emerging capabilities of
EPDA. Session will continue in the TWG Workshop to follow.
Session Chair: Andrea Melloni, Politecnico di Milano
1:30p Electronic-Photonic Design Automation within AIM Photonics
Michael Watts, AIM Photonics
1:45p A Virtuoso®-enabled EPDA framework
Jonas Fleuckiger, Lumerical
2:00p Photonic Design and Simulation Solutions
Rob Scarmozzino, Synopsys
2:15p Photonic Design and Simulation Solutions
Wim Boegarts, Luceda Photonics – Ghent University
2:30p Design for Manufacturing
Duane Boning, MIT
2:45p Break
3:00p Roadmap Workshop Assignment and Procedures
Bill Bottoms, 3MTS and Robert Pfahl, iNEMI
Roadmap Workshop

  • Monolithic Integration
  • Packaging of Electronic Photonic Systems
  • Interconnection (Connectors, Cable Assemblies and Printed Circuits)
  • Assembly and Test
  • Electronic-Photonic Design Automation
  • Sensors

5:30p Networking Reception

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8
8-9a AIM MCE/KTMA Meeting (E14-Silverman Skyline)
8:15a Registration and Light Breakfast (E14-674)

SESSION IV: PRIORITY TECHNOLOGY TARGETS
Leading Users, OEMs and Component Suppliers – define the path for current
and future technology solutions.
Session Chair: Terry Smith, 3M
9:00a Keynote: Silicon Photonics R&D and Manufacturing on 300mm
Platform

Frederic Boeuf, ST Microelectronics
9:25a Keynote: Low–operating-energy directly modulated lasers on Si
Shinji Matsuo and Takaaki Kakitsuka, NTT
9:50a Keynote: Cost, COBO and Clouds
Bradley Booth, Microsoft
10:20a Break

SESSION V: VISION FOR MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE
10:30a Photonics Systems Manufacturing Roadmap TWG Workshop reports:
Needs, gaps and potential solutions
12:00p Meeting Closing
AIM Photonics
Michael Liehr, SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Meeting Summary
Lionel Kimerling, MIT
12:15-1:30p Attendee Lunch (E14-Winter Garden)
12:15-3p AIM Photonics Institute Executive Team Meeting (E14-Silverman Skyline)
1:30-5p Professional Development Sessions: Preparing for Careers in Industry:
facilitated by Bill Lindstaedt, UCSF, with Industry, Faculty and Students –
career, workforce and internship program development. (Chipman Room 6-104)