Wednesday, 6 March, 17:15-20:30
San Diego Convention Center, Room 29ABCD
Session organized by 7 Pennies and OIDA
Last year's workshop had well over 350 attendees and had a unique format consisting of sponsor presentations, then a networking break with catering plus a mini market fair, followed by several use case presentations. The 6th PIC workshop will have a large group of sponsor companies and a similar format.
Driven by 100Gbps in long-haul as well as in data center applications, photonic integration is rapidly picking up momentum as it is becoming an indispensable part of those solutions. The purpose of the workshop is to create a one-stop-shop for everyone interested in photonic integration as it brings together all the key players offering solutions, whether foundries, simulation software, packaging, test & measurement, or turn-key solutions. A specific emphasis is on multi-project wafer shuttles (MPW) plus the accompanying Process Design Kits (PDK) as these provides important toolkits to reduce the cost for developing a new chip.
The workshop will provide the audience with a good overall picture of the state-of-art in PICs as well as how to take advantage of existing suppliers to save time and cost. The workshop is free of charge, but does require advance registration. Food and drinks will be provided, and there will be plenty of time to network with the sponsor companies. The workshop is organized by 7 Pennies and OSA Industry Development Associates and is sponsored by a consortium of over 20 PIC services providers covering the entire PIC value chain.
For more information and/or registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or go to https://www.7pennies.com/news-events/pic-workshop-ofc-2019/