From design and simulation through to testing and fabrication, this hands-on introduction to silicon photonics engineering equips students with everything they need to begin creating foundry-ready designs. In-depth discussion of real-world issues and fabrication challenges ensures that students are fully equipped for careers in industry. Step-by-step tutorials, straightforward examples, and illustrative source code fragments guide students through every aspect of the design process, providing a practical framework for developing and refining key skills. Offering industry-ready expertise, the text supports existing PDKs for CMOS UV-lithography foundry services (OpSIS, ePIXfab, imec, LETI, IME and CMC) and the development of new kits for proprietary processes and clean-room based research. Accompanied by additional online resources to support students, this is the perfect learning package for senior undergraduate and graduate students studying silicon photonics design, and academic and industrial researchers involved in the development and manufacture of new silicon photonics systems.
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From design and simulation through to testing and fabrication, this hands-on introduction to silicon photonics engineering equips students with everything they need to begin creating foundry-ready designs. The text offers step-by-step tutorials, straightforward examples, illustrative source code fragments, and in-depth discussion of real-world issues and fabrication challenges, while additional resources are provided online.About the Author:
Lukas Chrostowski is Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of British Columbia. He is the Program Director of the NSERC CREATE Silicon Electronic-Photonic Integrated Circuits (Si-EPIC) training program, has been teaching silicon photonics courses and workshops since 2008, and has been awarded the Killiam Teaching Prize (2014).
Michael Hochberg is Director of Architecture and Strategy for Coriant Advanced Technology Group, based in Manhattan, New York, where he holds a visiting appointment at Columbia University. He has held faculty positions at the University of Washington, University of Delaware and National University of Singapore, and was Director of the OpSIS foundry-access service. He has co-founded several startups, including Simulant and Luxtera and received a Presidential Early Career Award in Science and Engineering (2009).
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