Tuesday, 10 March, 11:00 - 12:00
Session organized by AIM Photonics
AIM Photonics is in its fifth year of existence. In these past five years it has grown the Integrated Photonic Chip (PIC) ecosystem, established a world class 300mm PIC fab and packaging facility with best-in-class performance, and developed significant new technology in data comm, sensors, RF analog, design, and manufacturing technologies. Much of this success would not be possible without the support of AIM Photonics members and partners. In a first for AIM Photonics, a number of key members and partners will present their research and commercial successes to the public at the globally recognized OFC conference.
This panel will have four speakers from member organizations of AIM Photonics focusing on the following four topics:
- The latest integrated photonic design tools available via AIM Photonics PDK and design service
- Details on new microfluidic sensor technology using integrated photonics
- Update on tooling advancements enabling quantum dots on silicon
- Quantum photonics update.
, Chief Marketing Officer, AIM Photonics
Frank Tolic, Chief Marketing Officer, AIM Photonics
Frank Tolic is the Chief Marketing Officer of AIM Photonics. As AIM’s CMO, Frank is responsible for development and execution of marketing strategies that expand the AIM brand, membership, technology, and services to the photonics community. He is also SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s Associate Vice President for Business, wafer processing, where he focuses on the creation of new business partnerships and is responsible for growing AIM Photonics and SUNY Poly’s core strategic technical and corporate partnerships. Prior to this assignment, he managed a portfolio of over one billion dollars in semiconductor business across the globe in support of semiconductor equipment, consumable, research, and manufacturing companies at Novati Technologies, SVTC, ATDF, and SEMATECH. Prior to his business role, Tolic was a Sr. Device Integration Engineer at Motorola’s Advanced Products Research and Development Laboratory, in Austin, TX. He received both Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering from Lawrence Technological University, holds number of patents, and has published and presented various technical and business topics throughout his 30 years in in the semiconductor industry.