Innovations in Silicon Photonics, Free Space Optics, and Quantum Well Intermixing Technology

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This issue of Microelectronics TOE covers recent developments in silicon photonics, free space optics, and quantum well intermixing technology. Innovations profiled include a scalable ion exchange-based platform for fabrication of integrated optics by TEEM Photonics, a laser-based wireless communication system for free space optic communication by ViaLight Communication, a scalable photonic integration platform to enable 400G optical tranceivers by Colorchip, a wafer scale monolithic integration technique for silicon photonics by Skorpios Technologies Inc., and a multiple wavelength monolithic quantum well laser diode by Nanyang Technological University, The Microelectronics TechVision Opportunity Engine (TO

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Innovations in Silicon Photonics, Free Space Optics, and Quantum Well Intermixing TechnologyDevelopments in Silicon Photonics, Free Space Optics and Quantum Well Intermixing TechnologyScalable Ion Exchange-based Platform for Fabrication of Integrated OpticsLaser-based Wireless Communication System for Free Space Optic CommunicationScalable Photonic Integration Platform to Enable 400G Optical TranceiversWafer Scale Monolithic Integration Technique for Silicon PhotonicsMultiple Wavelength Monolithic Quantum Well Laser Diode through IFVD QWI TechniqueIndustry Contacts

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