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Photonic Integrated Circuits Assembly and Packaging Pilot Line (PIXAPP)

Start date: Jan 1, 2017, End date: Dec 31, 2020,

PIXAPP will establish the world’s first open access Photonic Integrated Circuit (PIC) assembly & packaging Pilot Line. It combines a highly-interdisciplinary team of Europe’s leading industrial & research organisations. PIXAPP provides Europe’s SMEs with a unique one-stop-shop, enabling them to exploit the breakthrough advantages of PIC technologies. PIXAPP bridges the ‘valley of death’, providing ...
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Photonics is essential in today’s life science technology. PIX4life will mature a state of the art silicon nitride (SiN) photonics pilot line for life science applications in the visible range and pave the way to make it accessible as an enabler for product development by a broad range of industrial customers. We aim at 1) establishing a validated CMOS compatible SiN technology platform in the vis ...
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The MIRPHAB (Mid InfraRed PHotonics devices fABrication for chemical sensing and spectroscopic applications) consortium will establish a pilot line to serve the growing needs of European industry in the field of analytical micro-sensors. Its main objectives are to:• provide a reliable supply of mid-infrared (MIR) photonic components for companies incl. in particular SMEs already active in analytic ...
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PLASMOfab aims to address the ever increasing needs for low energy, small size, high complexity and high performance mass manufactured PICs by developing a revolutionary yet CMOS-compatible fabrication platform for seamless co-integration of active plasmonics with photonic and supporting electronic. The CMOS-compatible metals Aluminum, Titanium Nitride and Copper, will be thoroughly investigated ...
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... ieves these objectives via the fruitful collaboration of four partners, two from academia, i.e., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) and Technical University Berlin (TUB), and two SMEs, i.e., PhoeniX Software B.V. (PHX) and iQuadrat (IQU). As a whole, the partners have consolidated and complementary expertise in the engineering, design, analysis, simulation and experimentation that are dem ...
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Photonic Libraries And Technology for Manufacturing (PLAT4M)

Start date: Oct 1, 2012, End date: Mar 31, 2017,

Description "PLAT4M will make silicon photonics ready for transition to industry"Silicon is now a mature integration platform that has brought CMOS microelectronics to mass-market application. The PLAT4M vision is that silicon photonics will lead to a similar revolution in the photonics sector.Over the past years silicon photonics has see ...
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The objective of the MFManufacturing project is to bring the manufacturing of microfluidic devices to the same level of maturity and industrialisation of electronic devices, enabling them to address more widely in the healthcare needs. Electronic devices, which have been on the market for many years, have benefited from the long going standardization of electronic components, and were therefore ea ...
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PhoxTrot is a large-scale research effort focusing on high-performance, low-energy and cost and small-size optical interconnects across the different hierarchy levels in Data Center and High-Performance Computing Systems: on-board, board-to-board and rack-to-rack. PhoxTrot will tackle optical interconnects in a holistic way, synergizing the different fabrication platforms (CMOS electronics, Si-pho ...
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The objective of PARADIGM is to effect a fundamental change in the way photonic integrated circuits (PICs) based on indium phosphide (InP) are designed and manufactured in Europe, with the aim of reducing the costs of design, development and manufacture by more than an order of magnitude and making more complex and capable designs possible than ever before.The key step is to develop a generic plat ...
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For over two decades ICT witnesses the steadily increasing gap between processor and memory speed. RAM is too slow to keep up with processor speeds, creating a bottleneck in system performance. To address this, RAMPLAS will revisit RAM fundamentals and will lay the foundations for optical RAM technology and for optical RAM-enabled green and ultra-fast computing architectures. RAMPLAS will develop ...
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Technology & Design Kits for Printed-Electronics (TDK4PE)

Start date: Oct 1, 2011, End date: Sep 30, 2014,

The goal of Technology & Design Kit for Printed Electronics (TDK4PE) is to set a fundamental change in the way printed electronics (PE) are designed and manufactured in Europe, with the aim of reducing costs and time-to-market by more than an order of magnitude for more complex designs than ever before by addressing thousands of transistors on a substrate.The key is to develop a methodology to ena ...
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pHotonics ELectronics functional Integration on CMOS (HELIOS)

Start date: May 1, 2008, End date: Nov 30, 2012,

Photonics on CMOS is a candidate technology for applications where functional integration is needed for improving system performance while reducing size and cost.Functional demonstration of basic building blocks such as a µlaser, a detector, coupling, and link has been realized in previous research projects. As a next step the HELIOS project proposes to integrate photonics components with integrat ...
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The proposed project aims at the development of a novel biochip based on monolithic, fully integrated biosensor array fabricated by standard Si-technology and its application to the early diagnosis of human diseases through label-free and multi-analyte detection.The basic sensor scheme consists of a VIS-NIR light source and a waveguide monolithically fabricated on a silicon wafer, while its princi ...
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The APACHE project will develop new compact, scalable and cost-optimized photonic integrated components that will be capable of generating, regenerating and receiving amplitude- (OOK) and phase- (DPSK, QPSK) encoded optical signals for high capacity (>100Gb/s) WDM networks. The APACHE concept is based on developing devices having both multi-functionality and agility in order to reach Terabit capac ...
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