Optical/Photonic Interconnects for Computing Systems


Live and online on April 13th and 14th 2022 (join us on LinkedIn for discussions)


Yeyu Tong, IMEC
Luca Ramini, Hewlett Packard Enterprise


Ahsan Alam, ANSYS
Duanni Huang, Intel
Pieter Dumon, Luceda
Felix Hermann, IBM Zurich
Michael Geiselmann, Ligentec
Antonio Fincato, ST Microelectronics
Marco Fiorentino, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Chaoran Huang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Patty Stabile, Eindhoven University of Technology
Cheng Wang, City University of Hong Kong
Siming Chen, University College London
Johan Bauwelinck, Ghent University
Bhavin Shastri, Queen’s University
Essam Berikaa, McGill University
Lin Chang, Peking University

Despite the slowdown of Moore's Law, applications from machine learning and edge computing to scientific computing and mobile computing continuously demand more performance under tighter cost, energy, and size constraints. Silicon-based photonic technologies advanced rapidly in the last two decades and have become promising solutions to complement electronic technologies. OPTICS (optical/photonic interconnects for computing systems) forum aims at discussing the latest advances in optics/photonics for computing systems, covering topics from fabrications, photonic devices, photonic circuits, architectures, system integrations, and design automation and optimization. The forum targets researchers and engineers working on optics/photonics, electronics, architectures, systems, applications and design automations. Topics to be discussed include but are not limited to:


Please register OPTICS 2022 for free at here by April 11th (midnight, Pacific Daylight Time). We will send a Zoom link to the registered attendees by April 12th.