Photonics is the physical science of light generation, detection, and manipulation through emission, transmission, modulation, signal processing, switching, amplification, and sensing.
Machine-assisted design and stochastic analysis in integrated photonics
Integrated photonic devices are steadily making their way into many application fields including modern optical communication networks and advanced sensors. On the other hand, the design of photonic devices and circuits mostly remains a time-consuming process
The Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics 2020 FIP Annual Symposium
Page 1. March 9-10 Duke University Durham, NC USA Special Topic: Photonics in the Era of Data Science: from Smart Sensing to AI Nobel Laureate in Physics (2018) Professor in Department of Physics and Astronomy University of Waterloo Canada Professor Donna Strickland
Small-scale online simulations in guided-wave photonics
Current mobile devices provide a computing power that is comparable to the supercomputers of two decades ago. Hence, it should be possible to harness those facilities for highly advanced physical simulations, by the standards of 2000, even if things appear