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Nanotechnology Roadmap Program and Break-out Groups. T.P. Pearsall European Photonics Industry Consortium. Welcome. What is the MONA project? This Program at Photonics West 4 key issues: Electronic- Photonic Convergence Upscaling from Lab Demo to High-Volume Production

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nanotechnology roadmap program and break out groups

Nanotechnology RoadmapProgram and Break-out Groups

T.P. Pearsall

European Photonics Industry Consortium

welcome
Welcome
  • What is the MONA project?
  • This Program at Photonics West
    • 4 key issues:
    • Electronic- Photonic Convergence
    • Upscaling from Lab Demo to High-Volume Production
    • Develoment of a Nanophotonics Market
    • Organizing International Cooperation
approach
Approach
  • Presentations of roadmapping from around the world
    • Yasuhiko Arakawa:
      • “The OITDA Roadmap for Nanophotonics”
    • Lionel Kimerling:
      • “Nanophotonics in the MIT Photonics Roadmap Project”
    • Wei-Xin Ni:
      • “Planning for Nanophotonics Development in Taiwan”
    • Jung-Il Lee:
      • “Nanophotonics Program Development in Korea”,
    • Thomas Pearsall:
      • “MONA, the Nanophotonics Roadmap Project in Europe”,
break out group 1
Break-out Group 1
  • Electronic-Photonic Convergence

Leaders: Kimerling and Ni

Key Questions:

A. How will the photonics layer be built?

Front end

Above IC

Wafer-Scale bonding of photonic ICs

      • Challenges to move to a “Fabless” model

Design libraries

Process and materials standardization

  • California Room after the Coffee Break
break out group 2
Break-out Group 2
  • Upscaling from lab demo to high-volume production

Leaders: Fulbert and Kirchain

Key Questions:

A. How can equipment and / or processes developed for CMOS be re-used for non-CMOS nanophotonics components?

      • Fabrication of nanophotonic components

How and where?

volumes

  • Hillsborough Room after the Coffee Break
break out group 3
Break-out Group 3
  • Development of a Nanophotonics Market

Leaders: Heuken and Pearsall

Key Questions:

A. Development of a nanophotonics market in a major application?

What is the application?

What could be the trigger?

Role of politics

B. Market Volumes vs Time

When must technology breakthroughs occur?

  • Gold Room after the Coffee Break
break out group 4
Break-out Group 4
  • Organizing International Cooperation

Leaders: Arakawa and Lee

Key Questions:

A. Organizing Cooperation

Nanophotonics R&D?

Roadmapping?

B. Standardization in nanophotonics

Is there a need?

  • Valley Room after the Coffee Break
wrap up
Wrap-Up
  • Photonic-Electronic Convergence
  • International Collaboration
  • Markets for Nanophotonic Applications
  • Scaling up
results
Results
  • Each group will present a 10-minute discussion of its results, followed by 5 minutes of discussion from the audience
  • MONA will prepare a CD for distribution to all participants at no cost ( so be sure you leave us your name and address )
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